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10 March 2020

New ways to study the sun and planets outside our solar system, and the show takes a philatelic slant...

06 March 2020

How some flowers have 2 dads, and is your genome at risk of getting hacked?

05 March 2020

Time to sate that curious mind! Our panel answers questions on the coronavirus, solar storms, and much more...

04 March 2020

Plans for the climate summit in Glasgow are in chaos, we consider the urgency of climate change action...

03 March 2020

As cases climb beyond 80,000, how is the world reacting?

03 March 2020

This week, we're talking electric cars!

02 March 2020

Bigger dog, bigger brain - does that mean a great dane is cleverer than a chihuahua?

28 February 2020

Cannabis can make people misremember key events - or even remember things that never actually happened...

27 February 2020

How AI is revolutionising healthcare

26 February 2020

What is the theology of alcohol?

25 February 2020

We take some time, to look at the science of time

24 February 2020

Can my kitchen sponges be used forever if I microwave them or put them in the dishwasher?

21 February 2020

Love is in the air, especially when it comes to new games!

21 February 2020

How do mosquitoes track us down, what else do they eat, and why is the sky blue...

20 February 2020

FOXG1 Syndrome is one of the rarest genetic disorders out there. Now, meet the people fighting it...

20 February 2020

How do we see in colour? What actually is colour anyway?

20 February 2020

More than a metaphor: research suggests that our gut affects our moods and vice versa...

17 February 2020

This week we delve into the disease that accounts for a quarter of all cancer in men: prostate cancer...

14 February 2020

What helps a zoo pull in the punters?

14 February 2020

Where do butterflies in the stomach come from, and how much magnesium do I need?

14 February 2020

How big a diamond could you make with the carbon in a piece of coal?

13 February 2020

Charcoal incorporated into mud wasp nests has timestamped important indigenous art in Australia's Kimberley region...

11 February 2020

This week - tick tock! We’re talking body clock science!

10 February 2020

Recorded live at European Astrofest 2020, space law, lunar ownership and the James Webb Space Telescope...