Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Peter Curran buys a 40-year-old piece of motoring history - an Enfield 8000.
Paleobiologist Dave Martill explains why little is known about how dinosaurs reproduced.
Show Us Your Instrument: The European Space Agency's GAIA carries a billion pixel camera.
Steve Wise talks to Sarah Montague about the lawsuits he's filing on behalf of chimps.
John Lloyd, Simon Singh and Brian Cox debate the meaning of infinity. Robin makes a joke.
Dr James Farrell discusses the Yellowstone National Park supervolcano with Sarah Montague
Cosmic Scientist Dr Natalie Starkey reveals the NanoSims instrument.
The geneticist Alison Woollard on how the nematode worm has helped medical research.
David Attenborough onbeing the first to film the dance of the Birds of Paradise.
Biologist Simon Watt explains why pandas have become 'the poster boy' of conservation.
The BBC's science reporter Rebecca Morelle discovers the benefits of 'deep learning'.
Claire Turner from the Open University shows us the instrument she uses to detect disease
Michael Palin visits Ethiopia, where he visits a tribe affected by the Prosopis plant.
Zoologist Dr John Bradshaw explains how cats navigate and why they sometimes get lost.
Neil Harbisson has created a device which allows him to hear colours.
Viktor Mayer-Schonberger on the ability of algorithms to predict creative success.
Dr Andrew Polaszek reveals his compound microscope
Ian Crawford and Nicola Triscott talk to Mishal Husain on the legal status of the moon.
Edward Gardiner suggests three steps for changing your behaviour.
Dr Kathleen Vohs explains that we have limited energy for achieving our goals.
The Today programme's Tom Feilden on a new, but costly, treatment for hepatitis C.
Today's Tom Feilden looks at the Rosetta space probe as it reaches its destination.
Kevin Geraghty-Shewan's recording of melting ice in Sunniside, County Durham.
Partially blind academic Hannah Thompson and soprano Denise Leigh discuss being blind.
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