Science magazine programme.
Undersea earthquakes, Titanic telecommunications, and do people sound how they look?
The influence of mathematical models on the sculptor Henry Moore.
Gas eating bacteria, how to save the world and what stripes might do to your figure.
The science of auctions, life on the ocean floor, and why the clock change might kill us.
Quentin Cooper with news of a new hominin puzzle from China, and where art meets science.
Aliens in Antarctica, meteor impacts, nasty noises and star-quakes.
Chief Science Advisers in Government, animals in research, and the oldest forest.
Do men have a genetic future? Defining the kilogram and how to turn sunshine into fuel.
Star on the brink of a supernova explosion; our global water footprint; New Elizabethans.
Quentin Cooper asks if Freud was a scientist, and reviews the week's science.
Genome ethics, having friends takes brains, emotional art, and triggering an ice age.
The next flu pandemic, an Arctic bulge, faces and voices and the Panama Canal.
The world in 3D, Darwin's lost fossils, fashionable stripes, and the end of Angkor.
Teaching computer science, mapping dark matter, emerging pests and nasty noises.
Quentin asks if the world will end in 2012 and why people make apocalyptic predictions.
Revealing the four finalists competing to become the BBC's Amateur Scientist of the Year.
New planets, brain chips, amateur scientists, Christmas trees and sexy robins.
The Higgs particle, pairing scientists with MPs, amateur scientists and moon art.
Catching carbon from air, scarce elements, fossil eyes and amateur scientist candidates.
The risk of thawing permafrost, space worms and DNA barcoding.
Top government scientists discuss risk and Quentin investigates insect flight.
Regulating geo-engineering, getting to Mars and a new island in the Atlantic.
Fracking for gas, listening to quakes, hidden heroes and amateur science.
Quentin Cooper discusses the latest events at Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant.
A special recording from the National Maritime Museum as part of London Science Festival.
Quentin Cooper presents his weekly digest of science in and behind the headlines.