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Podcast Profile: The Science Show

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250 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Science


Description (podcaster-provided):

The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.


Themes and summary (AI-generated based on podcaster-provided show and episode descriptions):

➤ Scientific research • Climate change • Environmental issues • Astrophysics • Quantum physics • Biology • Human evolution • Technological advancements • Historical scientific figures • Health and medicine • Renewable energy • Social and psychological studies

"The Science Show" offers a captivating exploration of a diverse array of scientific topics, providing listeners with both broad insights and deep dives into specialized fields. This podcast, aimed at Australian audiences, extends beyond mere facts to encompass scientific debates and research findings that impact both local and global communities.

Listeners can expect content on numerous environmental and ecological issues, ranging from the importance of the deep ocean in climate regulation to the hidden impacts of microplastics on ecosystems. The show frequently visits themes of environmental preservation and the effects of climate change, highlighting critical issues such as the sustainability of tall forests and the challenges posed by failing crops and water supplies in Papua New Guinea.

In the realm of physics, the podcast delves into cutting-edge theories and experiments, including the hunt for dark matter, the intricacies of seismic monitoring, and advancements in nuclear fusion technology. Additionally, it addresses significant historical and biographical narratives, celebrating figures like Einstein, Paul Ehrlich, and Sir Mark Oliphant, whose contributions to science and society are recalled and examined.

Episodes also focus on biological sciences, offering insights into the unique aspects of molecular biology, the fingerprints of molecules, and the evolutionary role of friendship among both humans and animals. The podcast doesn’t shy away from the intersections of science with everyday life, discussing advancements like improved photosynthesis for crop yields, innovative energy storage solutions, and the potential for significant fuel savings in maritime industries.

Moreover, "The Science Show" reflects on significant scientific achievements and emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence's rise, the potential of semaglutide for weight loss, and the ongoing importance of space exploration with the contributions of observatories and telescopes.

Overall, the content of this podcast underscores the intricate connections between scientific inquiry and its broader social implications, making complex topics accessible and engaging for its audience.


Episodes:
Episode Image The deep dark ocean – Exploring the abyss
2024-Jul-13
54 minutes
Episode Image The world's largest underground lab and the hunt for dark matter
2024-Jul-06
55 minutes
Episode Image The hunt for a crucial update to Einstein's revolutionary theories
2024-Jun-29
54 minutes
Episode Image The lab listening to Earth's mysterious seismic rumbles
2024-Jun-22
54 minutes
Episode Image Molecules with their own fingerprint
2024-Jun-15
54 minutes
Episode Image Paul Ehrlich - memoir traces science, activism and concerns for the planet
2024-Jun-08
54 minutes
Episode Image Age of Monotremes including three new genera
2024-Jun-01
54 minutes
Episode Image Are our tall forests really being saved?
2024-May-25
54 minutes
Episode Image Big savings possible for the world’s ships
2024-May-18
54 minutes
Episode Image Charcoal reveals secrets of first humans in Australia
2024-May-11
54 minutes
Episode Image Getting serious about energy storage. But is it too late as wildfires rage?
2024-May-04
54 minutes
Episode Image Scientists protest in Adelaide
2024-Apr-27
54 minutes
Episode Image Two inspirational books and new powers for Parkes dish
2024-Apr-20
54 minutes
The science of friendship
2024-Apr-13
53 minutes
Episode Image The amazing world of alpine plants
2024-Apr-05
54 minutes
Meet the man who changed the world forever
2024-Mar-29
54 minutes
Episode Image Big things
2024-Mar-23
54 minutes
Episode Image US National Center for Atmospheric Research
2024-Mar-16
54 minutes
Episode Image Microorganisms support all life, and plastic in creatures’ guts
2024-Mar-09
54 minutes
Episode Image Supernova!
2024-Mar-02
54 minutes
Episode Image The Science Show
2024-Feb-24
54 minutes
Episode Image How Chinese science was revealed to the world
2024-Feb-17
54 minutes
Episode Image Improved photosynthesis may increase crop yields
2024-Feb-10
54 minutes
Episode Image Climate forces change to traditional lifestyles in PNG
2024-Feb-03
54 minutes
Episode Image The Science Show’s Top 100 Australian Scientists
2024-Jan-27
54 minutes
Science Extra: Aspects of psychology: ADHD diagnosis explosion—and singing to babies
2024-Jan-20
22 minutes
Episode Image H. G. Wells – father of science fiction
2024-Jan-20
54 minutes
Science Extra: falling antimatter, chimps, Beethoven's hair, Jupiter, and that telescope
2024-Jan-13
20 minutes
Episode Image Portrait of Isaac Newton
2024-Jan-13
54 minutes
Science Extra: One semaglutide please
2024-Jan-06
19 minutes
Episode Image What to do when science doesn’t cut through
2024-Jan-06
54 minutes
Science Extra: The rise of the thinking machines
2023-Dec-30
18 minutes
Episode Image The Anglo-Australian Telescope – approaching 50 years
2023-Dec-30
54 minutes
Science Extra: It's gettin' hot in here
2023-Dec-23
21 minutes
Episode Image The bigger Australian story - Odyssey down under
2023-Dec-23
54 minutes
Episode Image Transitions
2023-Dec-16
54 minutes
Episode Image The Future Is Now
2023-Dec-09
54 minutes
Episode Image 2FC now Radio National celebrates 100 years
2023-Dec-05
28 minutes
Episode Image The Bragg Prize for Science Writing, and we remember Sir Clarence Lovejoy
2023-Dec-02
54 minutes
Episode Image The Science Show
2023-Nov-25
54 minutes
Episode Image Getting your rocks off
2023-Nov-18
54 minutes
Episode Image Ultrasound moves immune cells and triggers their response and more Prime Ministers Prizes for Science
2023-Nov-11
54 minutes
Episode Image Maths is here, it's there, it’s everywhere
2023-Nov-04
54 minutes
Episode Image Australia may join world coalition of collaborative research
2023-Oct-28
54 minutes
Episode Image Prime Minister’s Prize for Science and new insights into the benefits of social interaction
2023-Oct-21
54 minutes
Episode Image Lockdown behaviour, vaccines for new variants, and evidence for coronavirus source
2023-Oct-14
54 minutes
Episode Image Here come the superstars
2023-Oct-07
54 minutes
Episode Image Why do textbooks leave out so many scientists with one thing in common?
2023-Sep-30
54 minutes
Episode Image What counting trees tells us about the health of the planet
2023-Sep-23
54 minutes
Episode Image A battle between consciousness theories, and harnessing resources from thin air
2023-Sep-16
54 minutes
Episode Image Sir John Eccles and the invaluable work of his daughter Rose
2023-Sep-09
54 minutes
Episode Image Sir John Eccles, one of the big brains in neuroscience
2023-Sep-02
54 minutes
Episode Image Cyber hygiene, deep sea parasites and what weeds can teach us about cancer
2023-Aug-26
54 minutes
Episode Image Big ideas at Beaker Street Festival
2023-Aug-19
54 minutes
Episode Image What can we learn from five minutes of silence?
2023-Aug-12
54 minutes
Episode Image The Oppenheimer who influenced our modern science centres
2023-Aug-05
54 minutes
Episode Image Pioneering particles, time-travelling molecules and outer space poets
2023-Jul-29
54 minutes
Episode Image There's no age limit to science
2023-Jul-22
54 minutes
Episode Image Protecting habitats and the creatures that dwell within
2023-Jul-15
54 minutes
Episode Image Torres Strait VR, taming CERN's magnets and Fiji's fight against varroa mite
2023-Jul-08
56 minutes
Episode Image Where science can lead: An isolated island, the slimy forest floor, and centre stage for stand-up
2023-Jul-01
56 minutes
Episode Image Communities team up with scientists to tackle flooding
2023-Jun-24
54 minutes
Episode Image Helping marine life thrive — from Fiji to Goondiwindi
2023-Jun-17
54 minutes
Episode Image Come inside the vault preserving Pacific plants for future generations
2023-Jun-10
54 minutes
Episode Image The surprising past — and promising future of women in science
2023-Jun-03
54 minutes
Episode Image The botanist behind Dame Edna's favourite flower, and the virtuous side of weeds
2023-May-27
54 minutes
Episode Image Nearer the Gods: The enduring legacy of Isaac Newton
2023-May-20
53 minutes
Episode Image Unravelling the mysterious workings of the epigenome — and the universe
2023-May-13
54 minutes
Episode Image Celebrating David Attenborough on his 97th birthday
2023-May-06
54 minutes
Episode Image A lab for seas and winds, measuring carbon dioxide and monitoring animal ecology
2023-Apr-29
54 minutes
Episode Image Astronomers watch as black hole pulls dust cloud apart
2023-Apr-22
54 minutes
Episode Image Beaming energy to Earth from space
2023-Apr-15
54 minutes
Episode Image Technology helps scientists discover new species
2023-Apr-08
54 minutes
Episode Image Bees communicate intricate information with their dance and Moon mission to map water
2023-Apr-01
54 minutes
Episode Image World’s biggest coal port could become the world’s biggest hydrogen port. And Vale Will Steffen
2023-Mar-25

Episode Image Academy calls for increased science funding, DNA used to nab wildlife smugglers, and worms reveal secrets of brains and memory.
2023-Mar-18

Episode Image Helping young children after burn injury, inside the minds of teens, and behind the scenes at London’s Natural History Museum
2023-Mar-11

Episode Image Visit the world’s biggest fission reactor under construction in France and discover the wonders of algae
2023-Mar-04

Episode Image The value of seagrasses, fish with remarkable powers and how parasites threaten aquatic life
2023-Feb-25

Episode Image Autonomous minibus and predicting the behaviour of pedestrians
2023-Feb-18

Episode Image Harry Butler honoured and how a scientist fell in love with a fossil
2023-Feb-11

Episode Image A tour of the antimatter factory and John Wheeler remembered
2023-Feb-04

Episode Image Hope from COP27 and atmospheric research from Germany’s highest peak
2023-Jan-28

Episode Image The surprising Huxley family, certainty, and climate prospects for 2023
2023-Jan-21

Episode Image The evolution of galaxies and chasing the big cosmological questions
2023-Jan-14

Episode Image Celebrating Gregor Mendel the father of genetics
2023-Jan-07

Episode Image Celebrating Charles Todd and the overland telegraph
2022-Dec-31

Episode Image A portrait of Dame Miriam Rothschild
2022-Dec-24

Episode Image Human impact on and response to changing climate
2022-Dec-17

Episode Image Smart cameras watch for anomalies, Prime Minister’s awards for top science teachers and DNA reveals the history of disease
2022-Dec-10

Episode Image PM’s Prizes for Science, koalas, COP27 and Catherine the Great
2022-Dec-03

Episode Image Recovering aluminium from tailings, aluminium formate to absorb carbon dioxide from power station exhausts, and a Neanderthal family like us
2022-Nov-26

Episode Image Best Australian Science Writing winners and prospects for computing
2022-Nov-19

Episode Image New technology brings added value to museum collections
2022-Nov-12

Episode Image How crows use deception, saving freshwater turtles and the history of horses
2022-Nov-05

Episode Image Storms changing our coasts, plastic in the ocean, and a call for geoengineering
2022-Oct-29

Episode Image How carbon is our friend and unravelling the mystery of communication in plants
2022-Oct-22

Episode Image Grid batteries made in Australia and pumped hydro using abandoned underground mines
2022-Oct-15

Episode Image Nobel Prizes, climate extremes and how science can help save us
2022-Oct-08

Episode Image Vanillin from plastic, battery trailers for EVs, and UK fossils rewriting the story of life
2022-Oct-01

Episode Image Cheap solar, materials to capture carbon dioxide and a cancer test based on breath
2022-Sep-24

Episode Image UN Peacekeepers train with virtual reality, drones for the battlefield and the transformation of Newcastle
2022-Sep-17

Episode Image Testing Einstein, designing a lunar rover and help for stretched emergency departments
2022-Sep-10

Episode Image 2022 Eureka science awards, new insights in the giant dinos and AI concerns
2022-Sep-03

Episode Image Australia’s megafauna, new building materials, and dung beetles
2022-Aug-27

Episode Image The story of mammals, how they coexisted with dinosaurs for 225 million years and survived when dinos couldn’t
2022-Aug-20
54 minutes
Episode Image Trees – allowing native species to return in Scotland, clearing them away in the Amazon, and seeing how they work in Tasmania
2022-Aug-13

Episode Image Vale James Lovelock
2022-Aug-06
54 minutes
Episode Image Best approach for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
2022-Jul-30
54 minutes
Episode Image Celebrating Charles Todd and the overland telegraph
2022-Jul-23
54 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 6
2022-Jul-16
54 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 5
2022-Jul-09
54 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 4
2022-Jul-02
54 minutes
Episode Image Celebrating 200 years of honeybees in Australia
2022-Jun-25
54 minutes
Episode Image Environmental laws fail future generations and the history of Antarctic exploration
2022-Jun-18
54 minutes
Episode Image Cameras used to count feral cats, and how much of pain is in the mind
2022-Jun-11
54 minutes
Episode Image Goodbye giant kelp – 95% lost in fifty years
2022-Jun-04
54 minutes
Parrots and humans – extreme species with shared behaviours and first image of the black hole at the centre of our galaxy
2022-May-28
54 minutes
Where did the Universe come from?
2022-May-21
54 minutes
Musk promises brain implants for spinal injuries and AI and help for Australian sea lions
2022-May-14
54 minutes
Young scientists forced abroad for work and the twelve experiments that helped make the modern world
2022-May-07
54 minutes
Celebrating Gregor Mendel the father of genetics
2022-Apr-30
53 minutes
Wollongong transformed, secrets of monotremes revealed, and help for Tonga
2022-Apr-23
54 minutes
How our biggest threat is us
2022-Apr-16
54 minutes
Carbon movie explores the misunderstood element which has allowed life to happen
2022-Apr-09
54 minutes
The end of astronauts?
2022-Apr-02
54 minutes
Electric outboards making a splash and David Stewart celebrates 40 years recording bird calls
2022-Mar-26
54 minutes
The future of scientific collaborations in doubt following Russia's attack on Ukraine, and warnings of dire climate impacts made years ago.
2022-Mar-19
54 minutes
Compelling novels highlight ecosystems under pressure and vale Richard Leakey
2022-Mar-12
54 minutes
We were warned of pandemic in 1994, and hydrogen for far north Queensland
2022-Mar-05
54 minutes
How trees are gold – when alive
2022-Feb-26
53 minutes
How tsunami have impacted Australia’s east coast and a new approach to limit the threat
2022-Feb-19
54 minutes
Advice for scientists confronting doubters and the mysterious pulsing object in space
2022-Feb-12
54 minutes
Genes help us love nature, geothermal on the cusp, and vale E. O. Wilson
2022-Feb-05
54 minutes
HG Wells – father of science fiction with hopes and fears for how science will shape our future
2022-Jan-29
54 minutes
University geology depts becoming smaller or closing
2022-Jan-22
54 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: Climate compromise, slime in the city and do fish feel pain?
2022-Jan-15
49 minutes
Hedy Lemarr actress and inventor who helped develop the modern world
2022-Jan-15
54 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: The facts on fake news, 3D printed body parts and will Meta be better?
2022-Jan-08
46 minutes
New fossil site in NSW and the first computer
2022-Jan-08
54 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: malaria vax breakthrough, surviving snake bite and, of course, COVID-19
2022-Jan-01
49 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 3
2022-Jan-01
52 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: Cosmic explosions, bits and bobs from the Big Bang and space rocks on Earth
2021-Dec-25
49 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 2
2021-Dec-25
53 minutes
Episode Image Science extra: Quantum computing, lucid dreams and bin-flipping cockatoos
2021-Dec-18
49 minutes
Episode Image The physics of music - part 1
2021-Dec-18
53 minutes
Three scientific gift ideas and prospects for 2030
2021-Dec-11
53 minutes
Stunning capability, variety and beauty in the natural world
2021-Dec-04
54 minutes
Books for children about the origin of life and Einsteinian physics and L’Oréal awards for rechargeable batteries and balancing fish stocks with needs of human nutrition
2021-Nov-27
53 minutes
Always on? Or better sometimes off? The good and bad of smartphone technology
2021-Nov-20
53 minutes
How science has been used to justify horrid acts through history
2021-Nov-13
52 minutes
On a roll - Ceridwen Dovey wins Bragg Prize for Science Writing again
2021-Oct-30
54 minutes
More hopes for Glasgow, more value from waste, and a new ship for Antarctic research
2021-Oct-23
54 minutes
Birds, polar ice and hopes for Glasgow climate talks
2021-Oct-16
54 minutes
Prizes, prizes, prizes! Nobels, Earthshot and Eurekas
2021-Oct-09
54 minutes
New ways to inspire young students about the world of science
2021-Oct-02
54 minutes
As melting ice threatens polar ecosystems hopes emerge that international investment law will help speed transition to clean energy
2021-Sep-25
54 minutes
Acacias a new weapon against climate change
2021-Sep-18
54 minutes
Musical palm cockatoos sing duets and more
2021-Sep-11
54 minutes
Authors combine science with popular characters and gripping story lines
2021-Sep-04
54 minutes
The Science Show celebrates 46 years with Douglas Adams, a pit full of snakes and a memory from the start
2021-Aug-28
54 minutes
Crazy ants, smart birds and an Aussie space mission
2021-Aug-21
54 minutes
Electrification coming for runabouts and vale Roger Short
2021-Aug-14
54 minutes
Slime moulds, soil, Shackleton and snow
2021-Aug-07
54 minutes
Episode Image The Science Show - Saturday, August 7
2021-Aug-07
54 minutes
Drilling beneath volcanoes, reducing the threat of tsunamis, and why the dodo is no more
2021-Jul-31
54 minutes
Mining minerals with plants and time to supercharge recycling
2021-Jul-24
53 minutes
Solutions here now for the climate disaster
2021-Jul-17
54 minutes
Deadly heat hits North America, better steel, and solutions to climate change feature in Australian Museum exhibition
2021-Jul-10
54 minutes
The simple solution to two big problems — trees
2021-Jul-03
54 minutes
Spinifex, ticks and the important role of fathers in wild animals
2021-Jun-26
53 minutes
Biased botanists, a new blue kangaroo paw and playing birds have bigger brains and longer lives
2021-Jun-19
54 minutes
New ideas about plant conservation, the immense diversity of Ashmore Reef, and how ocean noise could threaten whales and dolphins
2021-Jun-12
54 minutes
Fears environmental laws to be weakened, burning practices threaten ecosystems and learning from Indigenous knowledge
2021-Jun-05
54 minutes
Methane 120 times worse than carbon dioxide, plus the changing world for frogs, bees and human relationships
2021-May-29
54 minutes
Alan Turing – thinker ahead of his time
2021-May-22
54 minutes
Professor Roger Short, reproductive biologist
2021-May-15
54 minutes
Botanical tales, tariffs for renewable energy and extracting fossils
2021-May-08
54 minutes
Full-on assault against natural ecosystems
2021-May-01
54 minutes
Suzuki on racism, Darwin on psychology and saving the pines on Norfolk Island.
2021-Apr-24
54 minutes
Seaweed a hope to capture carbon and help cool the planet
2021-Apr-17
54 minutes
Adelaide car plant closes and becomes an innovation hub employing more people than before
2021-Apr-10
54 minutes
Restoring shellfish reefs and a helping hand for the green parrots of Norfolk Island
2021-Apr-03
54 minutes
Ecological repair for Australian islands east and west
2021-Mar-27
54 minutes
$2.4 billion proposal to commercialise science and the importance of infant gut bacteria
2021-Mar-20
54 minutes
Fossil fish site in central NSW now in safe hands and Manly festival celebrates beauty and importance of seaweed
2021-Mar-13
54 minutes
How Rosalind Franklin aided our pandemic response and attracting the world’s top researchers, despite COVID
2021-Mar-06
54 minutes
Changing climate questions where and how we build close to forested areas, and investigating the top speed of sound
2021-Feb-27
54 minutes
Fish moving polewards and 3D printing of body parts
2021-Feb-20
54 minutes
We’ve removed 90% of all large fish from the oceans. Just 10% to go.
2021-Feb-13
54 minutes
Consciousness amongst animals and the story of the dire wolf
2021-Feb-06
54 minutes
As mining causes roads to crack and houses to collapse, a Swedish city is moved
2021-Jan-30
53 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: The Moon is more fun than Venus
2021-Jan-26
22 minutes
Howard Florey - the Australian researcher who developed penicillin
2021-Jan-23
53 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: What happened to the COVIDSafe app?
2021-Jan-19
18 minutes
A portrait of Sir John Eccles - Australian pioneer of neuroscience
2021-Jan-16
54 minutes
Science Extra: When your flatmate is Homo erectus
2021-Jan-12
20 minutes
A book for children about environmental change, and the discovery of mauve
2021-Jan-09
54 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: A mountain in the deep
2021-Jan-05
17 minutes
Writing science
2021-Jan-02
53 minutes
Episode Image Science Extra: Inside a frantic year in health news
2020-Dec-29
18 minutes
Two scientists, a man and a woman, who changed the course of history
2020-Dec-26
54 minutes
A portrait of Dame Miriam Rothschild
2020-Dec-19
54 minutes
Would you take a ray gun to ringworm?
2020-Dec-12
54 minutes
After the AM, here comes the WAM
2020-Dec-05
54 minutes
Australian Museum reopens, a new monkey named and an emu tries to fly
2020-Nov-28
54 minutes
The 21st century so far
2020-Nov-21
54 minutes
The profound versus the preposterous - Life vs loony.
2020-Nov-14
54 minutes
Three Prime Minister’s Science Prize winners
2020-Nov-07
53 minutes
The Prime Minister’s Science Prize
2020-Oct-31
54 minutes
Hope in Hell?
2020-Oct-24
54 minutes
No more fish?
2020-Oct-17
54 minutes
The North Pole, gentle robots and the future of AI
2020-Oct-10
54 minutes
Three exceptional women
2020-Oct-03
54 minutes
Venus - another prompt for the regeneration of science?
2020-Sep-26
54 minutes
How to eliminate CO2 emissions from agriculture? The answer lies in the soil!
2020-Sep-19
54 minutes
Pipsqueak dinosaurs – How did they become top monsters?
2020-Sep-12
54 minutes
Can you have a BBQ 40,000 years before people land?
2020-Sep-05
54 minutes
Lithium potential for Australia and time running out climate change action
2020-Aug-29
54 minutes
New ideas about our food choices and how taste and pleasure have helped drive evolution
2020-Aug-22
54 minutes
Shall we join the quantum revolution?
2020-Aug-15
54 minutes
Dr Dolittle turns 100 and the complex behaviour of birds
2020-Aug-08
54 minutes
The seaweed revolution and keeping brains fit
2020-Aug-01
54 minutes
The history of Boeing and the future of passenger flight
2020-Jul-25
54 minutes
The Pilbara - used by ancient people and NASA, blown up by Rio Tinto
2020-Jul-18
54 minutes
The Frog Man remembered + global genomes
2020-Jul-11
54 minutes
Are physicists bonkers?
2020-Jul-04
54 minutes
Could there be a Goldilocks Universe? And how to save our seahorses
2020-Jun-27
53 minutes
Episode Image The Science Show shares some of its favourite books
2020-Jun-20
48 minutes
Vale the professor of everything
2020-Jun-13
53 minutes
Climate grief 3 - How comedians approach climate change
2020-Jun-06
54 minutes
Tiahni Adamson - first ever Indigenous Time at Sea Scholarship recipient and how hard it is to read faces.
2020-May-30
54 minutes
Fear for the Amazon, and a chance to compost yourself!
2020-May-23
54 minutes
Climate grief 2 - Singer-songwriter Missy Higgins
2020-May-16
54 minutes
Climate grief
2020-May-09
53 minutes
A tribute to Australian doctor Catherine Hamlin who dedicated her life to helping young African women damaged by traumatic births
2020-May-02
54 minutes
PREVIEW RN Presents — Hot Mess: Why haven’t we fixed climate change?
2020-Apr-28
4 minutes
Jane Goodall, Christof Koch and an app to save dollars
2020-Apr-25
53 minutes
Three superstars – and one’s only 18!
2020-Apr-18
54 minutes
Asteroids chock full of water, multiverses, and our planet full of life – deep as you go!
2020-Apr-11
54 minutes
A schoolgirl’s plea, a flying monster and kids on screens
2020-Apr-04
54 minutes
Fear! Should we be frightened? ...and survive?
2020-Mar-28
53 minutes
Why is it so cold in here?
2020-Mar-21
54 minutes
The arts meet the sciences - and ads in the sky?
2020-Mar-14
54 minutes
Our superginormous black hole is hungry again
2020-Mar-07
54 minutes
The grid is wobbling – what to do? And here comes the WA Scientist of the Year, and he’s running!
2020-Feb-29
54 minutes
The USA, and Australian forests under extreme pressure
2020-Feb-22
54 minutes
A wire around the world
2020-Feb-15
54 minutes
The formula - the new science of success
2020-Feb-08
54 minutes
A journalist’s view of The Australian’s anti-science campaign, changes in energy and transport, and a boost for innovation.
2020-Feb-01
54 minutes