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Slippy Rocks and Otter Spotting on the Island of Mull BBC Radio 4
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Slippy Rocks and Otter Spotting on the Island of Mull

Clare takes on a challenging coastal route from Lochbuie to Carsaig on the island of Mull. Her...

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Off-limits bits of the Universe, and a lack of CO2

It's Q&A time this week and a climate scientist, an astronomer, an economist and a medicinal...

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Off-limits bits of the Universe, and a lack of CO2

It's Q&A time this week and a climate scientist, an astronomer, an economist and a medicinal...

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SC EP:793 Law Enforcement Officer Encounters Sasquatch

Tonight we will be speaking to Dan. Dan is a former law enforcement officer and back in 1995 he...

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Free and open-source software is driving physics forwards

In this episode of the Physics World Stories podcast you will hear from scientists and software...

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Making sense of the menopause

This week we're looking into a topic that almost never gets mentioned at school but affects...

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The floating sensors inspired by seeds

How tiny seed-like sensors could monitor the environment, and the latest from the Nature...

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Death All Around | True Ghost Stories

Was something else at play, when a series of deaths seemed to follow a single soul. Here is a...

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Helen Czerski and Robin Ince - Live Sunday Q and A

Hosted by Robin Ince and Dr Helen Czerski this episode of the Science Shambles podcast is an...

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Shellfish and a Song for Nature

We hear how major reforms to farm subsidies in Wales won't be brought in until 2025 as announced...

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The Tree-corer

Join Matt Wainhouse, Geoff Liddell and myself for episode 14, as we take a deep dive in to one of...

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New evidence for SARS-CoV-2’s origin in bats

Researchers studying bats in Northern Laos have found evidence that brings us closer than ever to...

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What homes to build in a climate-changed world?

Heatwaves and floods are becoming more frequent around the world. But are the homes being built...

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Poisons, with Dr Raychelle Burks

Chemist Dr Raychelle Burks tells us all about poisons, from how to tell what substance was used,...

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Podcast - Practice Index - From clap to slap

In the latest episode of our monthly Practice Index podcast series, regular panel members...

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Message in a mural

Street artists from Switzerland and Uganda talk to Kim Chakanetsa about creating public art to...

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The Turquoise Sea and White Sands of Ardnamurchan BBC Radio 4
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The Turquoise Sea and White Sands of Ardnamurchan

Clare explores a remote and beautiful stretch of coastline between Portuairk and Sanna Bay on the...

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The power of a photograph

Food photography is about much more than beautifully presented dishes in cookbooks - it’s...

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What is covid immunity?

Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team with the latest science news stories, analysis and...

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Britain's Changing Flowers

Naturalist and broadcaster Mike Dilger takes to the road to map the impact that global warming is...

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SC EP:790 We Ran For Our Lives

Mark writes "My first sighting was in October 1st I was out bow hunting with one of my buddies...

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Sepsis: From Infection To AI

In recognition of World Sepsis Day on the 13th, we're unpicking the science of this dangerous...

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The billion years missing from Earth’s history

A new theory to explain missing geological time, the end of leaded petrol, and the ancient humans...

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Europe leads the space station

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