Science and culture audios

Covid, NASA, and Wood!

Put on some safety goggles as Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team ignite your bunsen...

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How rationing changed me

Rationing looms large in the memories of a generation who lived through World War Two. Basic...

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Seeing the Wood for the Trees

There have been big promises about tree-planting numbers over the last few years - but is there...

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I'll give you that

Learn what to say when you agree with someone about some or all of what they said.

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Video Message: Happy Holidays

Holiday Thanksgiving message and update for this week!

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AA: Refugees, Covid and Babies in Parliament

Your views on the issues discussed in Any Questions, presented by Anita Anand

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Judy Golding: The Children of Lovers

This year Faber and Faber started the project of republishing the late Nobel Laureate William...

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Best of Design Matters: Roman Mars

Roman Mars is the host and creator of 99% Invisible, a sound-rich, narrative podcast about the...

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Will Mackin Reads George Saunders

Will Mackin joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Falls,” by George...

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659 Lyon; Building a Beloved Community; Influential Iceland

A pair of French tour guides tell us why Lyon is one of their favorite places in France. Then the...

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Vitesse (Speed)

Texte: Les trottinettes électriques en location vont devoir ralentir à une vitesse tout juste...

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News in Slow Spanish - #664 - Learn Spanish through Current Events

Comenzaremos la primera parte del programa con un comentario hecho por el primer ministro polaco...

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#1154 - Still Frustrated By the Walt Disney World Experience Right Now

11/30/21 - In this episode, the panel discusses further frustrations over the current state of...

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What’s the best diet for people and the planet?

Designing a nutritious and planet-friendly diet, and an AI that guides mathematicians. In...

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#377 The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has brought joy and sparkle to Midtown Manhattan since the...

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How a new cuisine is born

How is a new cuisine created? Ruth Alexander explores two unique cuisines in South Africa and the...

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Talk through your hat

Learn a phrase about talking nonsense.

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Tessa Dunlop: Army Girls

My guest on this week's Book Club podcast is the historian Tessa Dunlop. Tessa's new book is Army...

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This week's Any Questions?, comes from St Joseph’s College in Stoke-on-Trent.

Topical debate with Chris Mason and guests. Listeners' responses with Anita Anand.

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Sharing is caring: open hardware has global impact

The open hardware movement advocates the sharing of designs for material objects. For the global...

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The Moth Radio Hour: All the World’s a Stage

Ready the spotlight and raise the curtains! In this hour, performers, sour notes, tough critics,...

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Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei joins to discuss his new memoir “1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows,” depicting...

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