Science and culture audios

The blind cooks

Three people who lost their vision as adults tell Emily Thomas how they learnt to cook again,...

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Making Homes Cleaner and Greener

Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team with science news, including the UK Government's plan...

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Cressida Cowell in West Sussex

The best-selling author Cressida Cowell takes Clare for a nostalgic walk near Chichester in West...

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Zip it!

We all like to talk, but some people don’t know when to stop.

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The South Australian Miracle

Australia's government is famous for its lack of interest in climate change. Despite increasing...

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SC EP:755 The Most Terrifying Night

John writes "I stepped out of my tent and turned on my spot light and Wes I’ll be honest I...

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Ruth Scurr: Napoleon's life in gardens and shadows

My guest in this week's Book Club podcast is the writer and critic Ruth Scurr, whose new book...

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719. Amber & Paul are on the Podcast

719. Amber & Paul are on the Podcast Talking to pod-pals Amber & Paul about diverse...

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6 Cruises To Now Steer Clear Of (Podcast)

6 cruises to avoid and steer clear of, when you next go on a cruise again. Don't waste your money...

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For the Birds

Birds have it going on. Many of these winged dinosaurs delight us with their song and brilliant...

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Traumatic Dreams | True Ghost Stories

A group of girls get together for a  sleepover but are terrified to share with each other their...

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Can flies survive the winter?

Jeffrey got in touch to ask: "We've had a cold and snowy winter, and I've had to shovel my...

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100. A wander along the Dorset coast in search of adders and spring migrants

Join naturalist, writer and angler Kevin Parr as he explores the little-known coastal scrublands...

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Marian Anderson

Opera singer Peter Brathwaite shares his passion for five very different singers whose voices,...

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America's 'food apartheid'

Millions of Americans live in so-called ‘food deserts’ - areas where it’s hard...

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Science of Radio

Dr Chris Smith with science news stories, including the latest on the covid crisis in India, the...

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Have a lot of plates spinning

A phrase about having a lot of things to do.

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Maritime Nation

How well protected is Britain\'s coast and its wildlife after Brexit? Chef and fisheries...

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SC EP:750 Hulu: Sasquatch

Hulu: Sasquatch - Journalist David Holthouse calls the urban legend “the craziest story...

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Muon mania: are we finally on the brink of new physics?

The global particle physics community has been energised by two recent results that offer...

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The Moth Radio Hour: PTSD, Lost Art and The Berlin Wall

The victim of a random stabbing struggles to reestablish his life while suffering from post...

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