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Adam Walton and guests explore social media's role in science research and communication.
Adam Walton explores the Science Pavilion at the 2014 National Eisteddfod in Llanelli.
Adam Walton and guests illuminate the science of light.
Adam Walton previews the Wrexham Science Festival.
This week Adam Walton focuses on events at the Cardiff Science Festival.
Adam Walton and guests discuss the importance of museum natural history collections.
Adam Walton explores self-perception at Bangor University's Department of Psychology.
Adam Walton and guests discuss science communication and women in science.
Adam Walton explores extremes in science, including the effects of working in space.
Adam Walton meets Maggie Philbin and the Teen Tech Team when they visit Wrexham.
Adam Walton travels the South Wales valleys with geologist and writer Ted Nield.
Adam Walton explores the fascinating world of molluscs.
How much of your life would you hand over to a robot?
Adam Walton talks to comedian and writer Robin Ince.
Adam Walton joins a major conference in north Wales showcasing new materials research.
Adam Walton and guests discuss the winners and losers of climate change.
What is happening in our bodies when we feel pain? Adam Walton and guests have the answer.
In light of recent discoveries making the news, Adam & guests discuss the big bang theory
Adam Walton is in conversation with neurobiologist Professor Yves Barde.
Adam Walton meets some of the scientists involved with the 2014 Bangor Science Festival.
From bird feathers to Airbus wings, Adam Walton explores the science of flight.
Adam Walton learns more about the breakthrough science of crystallography.
Adam Walton considers the circle and its important role in maths, physics and biology.
Adam Walton looks back at the most significant science stories of the past fifty years.
Adam Walton meets Cardiff University exploration geologist Dr Hazel Prichard.
Adam Walton learns more about the technology that is revolutionising medical procedures.
With the scientists, statisticians and hydrologists who help to predict areas of flooding.
Adam Walton hears about a project examining the computer modification of the human face.
Adam Walton looks back at some of the science highlights of 2013.
Adam Walton learns about the latest genetic research and treatment options for dementia.