Science and nature audios

How a stoma changed my life

Thinking about how food passes through your body may not be something that crosses your mind, but...

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Investigating War Crimes

Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team look at the warning signs of bowel cancer, whether...

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Bloody Bridge BBC Radio 4
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Bloody Bridge

In the first of two back-to-back hikes in the Mourne Mountains Clare walks from Bloody Bridge...

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Ukraine: A War on Nature

It's said that the environment is the silent victim of war. In this programme, Tom Heap finds out...

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SC EP:856 Alaskan Killer Bigfoot

Jeff Davis has a BS in Anthropology and an MA in Archaeology. He lived in England for nearly a...

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Is Solar the Solution?

The warmer weather is here and, with it, solar energy is on my mind. Sun-thing tells me I'm into...

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X-ray analysis hints at answers to fossil mystery

00:45 The puzzle of PalaeospondylusOver a hundred years ago, archaeologists discovered fossils of...

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Real Ghost Stories Online EXTRA! | True Paranormal Ghost Stories

This is a Real Ghost Stories Online - EXTRA! From the best supernatural & paranormal...

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What Are The Dangers Of A Ouija Board? | Paranormal Stories

Today on another horrifying episode of real ghost stories online. When a young child first...

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Organo-mineral fertiliser

Many growers are keen to learn what can be done to make fertilisers more sustainable, so in this...

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Female Sex Hormones

This episode covers the female sex hormones. Written notes can be found at...

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Girls' education and language of instruction

This event saw the launch of our policy brief on girls' education and language of instruction,...

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Wealth - Plutocratic London

Plutocratic London and dynastic wealth. Caroline Knowles, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths,...

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Short Stuff: Do people move in predictable directions?

Depending on where you are in the world, you either have an instinct to go left or right when...

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Episode 4: Kate Marvel

On her website, Kate Marvel describes her research like this: “I study climate forcings...

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The cost of 'getting ripped'

The man with carefully sculpted six-pack is everywhere: in Hollywood action films, on magazine...

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Mousehole to Lamorna with Jane Johnson and Abdel Bakrim BBC Radio 4
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Mousehole to Lamorna with Jane Johnson and Abdel Bakrim

Having grown up in Cornwall Jane Johnson has a deep love of the landscape of the south west. She...

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It's Q 'n' 'May' Time!

This week's guests talk about the Raspberry Pi at ten, studying the Universe's first stars, and...

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Green Power in the Far North

Green industry is heading to Scandinavia's far north. Fossil fuel-free steel and clean, green...

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SC EP:853 It Ran Past Me

Spoke to Brandon and he grew up in Georgia. Brandon talks about an encounter he had when he was...

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Cutting the carbon footprint of supercomputing in scientific research

Science benefits enormously from supercomputing, which enables researchers to process vast...

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Madvertising

From skateboarding bulldogs to drumming gorillas, modern advertising is teeming with wacky...

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How virtual meetings can limit creative ideas

00:56 How video calls can reduce creativityAs a result of the pandemic, workers around the world...

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Real Ghost Stories Online EXTRA! | True Paranormal Ghost Stories

This is a Real Ghost Stories Online - EXTRA! From the best supernatural & paranormal...

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Skeptic Check: Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz’s personable and folky approach when talking about difficult health subjects has...

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