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The arctic eating adventure

When the only road into her town was blocked by a landslide, documentary filmmaker Suzanne Crocker was shocked by how...

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The power of food emojis

Do you give food emojis much thought? If not, perhaps you should. Emily Thomas hears how these tiny digital images...

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Speeding Up Covid Testing, Predicting Who Gets 'Long Covid', and How Video Games Change How You Think

Join Chris Berrow from the Naked Scientists this week, as we look at a new way of speeding up coronavirus testing,...

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Mic drop

Roy and Feifei teach you a new English expression.

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SC EP:724 The Sounds They Make

Patrick writes "It was October 13th 2016. I was bow hunting in my deer blind outside of St Clair Missouri just off...

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AA: Does this lockdown go far enough?

Have your say on the issues discussed on Any Questions?

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AA: Brexit Deal & Electric Cars

Your say on the issues discussed on Any Questions. Presented by Anita Anand.

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The Moth Radio Hour: Birds of A Feather

Let the feathers fly! This week, a special avian hour. Stories from a Ravenmaster, a scientist, and a reluctant...

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The Artifact: The Cairo Toe

In this episode of STBYM’s The Artifact, Robert discusses one of the oldest known human prosthetics. Learn...

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Hafsa Zayyan with Nihal Arthanayake

Hafsa Zayyan, co-winner of Stormzy’s #Merky Books New Writer’s Prize, chats to Nihal about her debut...

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Hiring discrimination laid bare by mountain of data

Analysis of hundreds of thousands of job searches shows that recruiters will discriminate based on ethnicity and...

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Controlling The Power | True Ghost Stories

Some friends are terrified when they discover a supernatural power has taken control of the power.  Here is a...

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Wednesday 20th January 2021. World News. Today: China US 'genocide'. Indonesia food shortage. India vaccinations. Tha...

World News in 7 minutes.  Wednesday 20th January 2021. Transcript here: send7.org/transcripts Today: China US...

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B1 - The Natural History Museum

In this episode of the Learn English Vocabulary podcast, Jack talks about a trip to the Natural History Museum in...

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Naoshima

Naoshima in Japan is not easy to reach, as Martin Gayford discovers, but this island is home to the most...

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#179 The President's picture and hip hop's golden era

On the day the States welcomes in a new President, I have two stories, one of a photograph that became the favourite...

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Too many cookbooks?

Many of us love cookbooks. For some, they are a useful tool, and for others a source of inspiration. But then there...

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SC EP:720 What I Saw Is Not Supposed To Exist

Tonight I welcome Leann and John. Leann had an encounter in WY. John had an encounter in Ontario Canada. Leann...

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Laura Thompson: Life in a Cold Climate

This week's Book Club podcast celebrates the 75th anniversary of the publication of Nancy Mitford's breakthrough...

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The best of physics in books, TV and film in 2020 - Physics World Stories Podcast

In this episode, Andrew Glester is joined by Physics World journalists to discuss some of 2020’s best physics...

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The Moth Radio Hour: Not What They Seem

In this hour, tales that remind us that looks can be deceiving. Disguises, surprises from strangers, and reckoning...

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From the Vault: Brian Greene on the End of Time

Theoretical Physicist Brian Greene’s new book “Until the End of Time” contemplates the entirety of...

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When Did Christmas Become an American Holiday?

When the Puritans began colonizing North America, they did not bring Christmas traditions with them. Learn why...

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