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18 December 2019

We explore the concept of childhood through literature, psychology, religion and education.

17 December 2019

This week, we're looking at the future of missions to the Moon...

17 December 2019

Living in poor conditions is linked to depression in men, but anxiety in women...

16 December 2019

Is it best to keep your home at a constant background temperature, or heat only when you need it?

14 December 2019

The story of the largest ever study of African people's genetics - and the ethical issue that came after...

13 December 2019

Seamstresses to the stars: the team who made Neil Armstrong's spacesuit

13 December 2019

Which is more evil, virus or bacterium? Also, hot flushes and ketamine for depression...

12 December 2019

How should we die? Can we plan or hope for a good death? Medical advances mean life can be prolonged as never before...

10 December 2019

The complete tale of one man's escape from one of the most terrifying forces of nature...

10 December 2019

How do avalanches happen and how do you face one? We speak to a survivor...

09 December 2019

We sought out the answer to this hairy question...

09 December 2019

And why are mercury compounds added to vaccines at all...

09 December 2019

We explore what a carbon neutral future entails, and why we cannot afford to dither any longer...

05 December 2019

Is the loss of faith in authority a perfect storm of an Internet fuelled delusion that we “know it all ourselves”?

03 December 2019

Is fat worse than sugar? Can you die of a broken heart? Is the universe really expanding?

29 November 2019

Why might someone need a new kidney, and what's involved in the process?

29 November 2019

And did a burger on top of my normally vegetarian diet cause my belly ache?

28 November 2019

In response to an earlier story about planting trees for climate change - it's more complex than it seems...

28 November 2019

“It’s the hope that kills you…" Optimism, hope’s more pragmatic sibling, is not always rewarded either. Why?

26 November 2019

How far away are we from growing transplantable organs in the lab?

25 November 2019

The more diverse the carbon compounds in a lake are, the more greenhouse gases it seems to emit...

25 November 2019

We dive into the reasons behind why sea levels go up in some parts of the world and go down in others.

22 November 2019

And if dogs have such a keen sense of smell, why the need to get so close to another dog's bum to sniff it?

21 November 2019

Sensitive to stomach acid, it only releases vitamins inside you but protects them in the packet and cooking pot...