Quentin Cooper presents his weekly digest of science in and behind the headlines.
The return of So You Want to Be a Scientist?, Radio 4's amateur science award.
Ehsan Masood on biodiversity, slippery surfaces, drugs from ladybirds and fire.
Quentin Cooper reports from the British Science Association Festival in Bradford.
Quentin Cooper on human ancestry, beautiful genomes and gold from the sky.
The first hand axe, better batteries, cloning wildcats, why we should return to the Moon.
The oldest fossils, tracking cholera, playing with uncertainty and counting species.
Brainy bees, feeling surgery, jaws, baby plesiosaurs and time perception.
Mob psychology, multiple sclerosis, chimp communication and shrunken heads.
50 years since Milgram's obedience experiment, and the science behind magic.
New clues to Higgs, badgers and bovine TB and diamond clues to the deep Earth.
Quentin on Dawn over Vesta, reducing animal experiments and the physics of cricket.
Quentin explores hidden landscapes, mythical monsters and Tibetan singing bowls.
Quentin hears about krill, sensations at the Royal Society, and the science of body art.
Quentin Cooper discusses climate change, quasars, mobile phones and happy faces.
Quentin Cooper presents his weekly round-up of the latest science research.
Quentin Cooper on broken hearts, new dating techniques and fossils in amber.
Quentin Cooper investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Adam Rutherford investigates the news in science and science in the news.