Mon, 23 Feb 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Lee Mack, author Simon Singh and chemist Andrea Sella to look at how some of the serendipitous scientific discoveries came about.
Mon, 16 Feb 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Prof Jane Langdale, Prof Jim Al-Khalili and comedian and former horticulture student Ed Byrne to discuss, "what's the point of plants?".
Mon, 9 Feb 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Ben Goldacre, Jeff Forshaw and Sara Pascoe to discuss why quantum physics is often so popular with purveyors of pseudo-science and quackery.
Mon, 2 Feb 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Jo Brand, planetary scientist Monica Grady and NASA scientist Carolyn Porco to discuss the latest explorations of our solar system.
Mon, 26 Jan 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by naturalist Steve Backshall, zoologist Lucy Cooke and comedian Andy Hamilton as they discuss the most dangerous creatures on the planet
Mon, 19 Jan 15
Brian Cox and Robin Ince tackle the science of deception, with guests Professor Richard Wiseman, Professor Sophie Scott and journalist David Aaronovitch.
Thu, 25 Dec 14
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Astronaut Chris Hadfield, Actor Brian Blessed, Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou, and the Reverend Richard Coles to discuss the history of the bible.
Mon, 11 Aug 14
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedians Josie Long and Paul Foot, psychologist Richard Wiseman and neuroscientist Stuart Ritchie to ask "is irrationality genetic?"
Mon, 4 Aug 14
Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport to the Edinburgh Fringe. They are joined by cosmologists Carlos Frenk and Fay Dowker and actor and comedian Ben Miller and comedian and fellow physics PhD alumnus Richard Vranch
Mon, 28 Jul 14
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined on stage by Stephen Fry, Eric Idle, Professor Tony Ryan and Dr Lucie Green to ask "Can Science Save Us?"
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