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Adam Walton chats with wildlife TV presenter Kate Humble at the Wrexham Science Festival.
Adam Walton previews the Wrexham Science Festival, a celebration of all things scientific.
Adam Walton and guests discuss the growing interest in Citizen Science.
Adam Walton explores the psychology of Olympic champions.
Adam Walton meets Cardiff University brain researcher Prof John Aggleton.
Adam Walton explores the life and legacy of Alan Turing, father of modern computing.
Adam Walton meets science evangelist and rock guitar physicist Dr Mark Lewney.
Adam Walton takes a closer look at the planet known as Earth's 'evil twin' - Venus.
Sian Pari Huws joins Bangor University scientists to research locations for tidal turbines
Adam Walton finds out how the Morgan-Botti Lightning Laboratory is used to test aircraft.
Adam visits a Welsh company which designs and builds bridges all over the world.
Adam Walton explores the chances of life on other planets and the science of astrobiology.
Adam Walton meets Prof Tim Jacob and the team at Cardiff University's Smell Research Lab.
Adam Walton attends an international conference of animal behaviour experts in Aberystwyth
Adam Walton is joined by Prof John Harries, the Welsh government's Chief Science Advisor.
Adam Walton meets the influential plant fossil scientist Prof Dianne Edwards.
Adam Walton explores a Welsh initiative to create the computer programmers of the future.
What are the long-term impacts of making Anglesey an 'Energy Island'? With Adam Walton.
Is spring getting earlier? Adam Walton explores the science of nature's calendar.
Adam Walton and guests celebrate the lives of some great Welsh scientists of the past.
Adam Walton visits Bangor University Museum to tell the stories of some of the exhibits.
Adam Walton and guests explore the idea that Men are from Mars and Women from Venus.
Adam Walton meets the young Welsh engineers developing the cars of the future.
Why are some people particularly attracted to dangerous sports and activities?
Adam Walton visits a new exhibition devoted to the science of Captain Scott.
Adam Walton and guests explore the science behind the 'End of the World'.
Adam Walton talks to Welsh-born climate scientist and Nobel Laureate Sir John Houghton.
Recorded at the Wrexham Science Festival, Adam Walton chairs the Science Café Pub Quiz.
Adam Walton and a panel of guests choose their top science stories of the year.
Jeremy Grange invites Welsh scientists to choose their favourite science books of the year