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03 March 2023

Why do women stop producing breast milk?

01 March 2023

What’s the toilet like in SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft?

01 March 2023

Plus, how the bee microbiome uses cyanide from dietary toxins to fend off parasites, and links between mitochondrial...

28 February 2023

Can the often destructive forces of our planet shed light on its inner workings?

28 February 2023

Is time something truly fundamental to our Universe, or just an illusion?

24 February 2023

Plus, the early bows and arrows in Europe, and if the 4 day work week trial has been a success

23 February 2023

Does the language we speak have an effect on the way we perceive receiving rewards?

21 February 2023

Nuclear physicists have been set the challenge to generate clean energy in 15 years...

17 February 2023

Plus, tool-using cockatoos and the giant penguin which lived 50 million years ago...

14 February 2023

Could the worst outbreak of avian influenza on record lead to another pandemic?

10 February 2023

Plus, the overlooked threat of indoor air pollution, and the newly deciphered letters from Mary Queen of Scots

07 February 2023

Cutting back on environmental damage is key to farming of the future...

06 February 2023

Why is that hard, and how did rhyme, song and rhythm evolve? Also, we take a look at treatments for cataracts...

06 February 2023

The bacteria which make the rocks beneath our feet their home...

06 February 2023

A Hubble astronaut and the UK's "Space Minister" grace the podcast this month...

05 February 2023

A light- hearted discussion about positive thinking in bad times...

03 February 2023

Also, machine learning algorithm proves more efficient at searching for aliens, and results from the sugar tax

31 January 2023

We examine some of the surprising capabilities that satellites have and the dangers satellites face in orbit

27 January 2023

Is paying people to turn off their appliances the precursor to a digital control of our energy consumption?

25 January 2023

Leigh and Chris take on Goat Simulator 3, and we find out if physical copies of games are on the way out.

24 January 2023

Large language models are ushering in a new era of idea generation...

20 January 2023

Hair follicles remodel scar tissue, and mature brain cells grown in the lab

20 January 2023

Also, why do stars appear to flicker, or move? And can animals experience regret?