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Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Psychologist Victoria Williamson explores the role of music in human development.
Martha Kearney interviews the Environment Secretary Owen Paterson about recent floods
Mark Miodownik on why laser cutters and 3d Printers should replace books
Karen McComb from Sussex University says that elephants can distinguish between languages
The BBC's Hywel Griffith looks at how 3D printing is being used in facial reconstruction.
Anne Glover explains that nothing we eat is natural
Oxford University's Dr Joanna Dunkley discusses findings of echoes from the Big Bang.
Professor Stephen Hawking discusses new evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory
Dominic McCafferty explains how he uses infrared cameras to study stress levels in birds.
Letting electrons drop down an energy level gives off light
Climbers Kenton Cool and Mollie Hughes discuss the impact of Everest's growing popularity
Peter Birtwhistle explains how he spends over 100 nights a year looking for asteroids.
Is time nothing but a construct of our brains?
Canal & River Trust ecologist Dr Mark Robinson discusses dragonfly numbers
Julia Slingo talks about criticism and attacks from climate sceptics.
Domenico Vicinanza explains how he translated the data from Voyager 1 and 2 into music.
Profs Steve Jones and Robert Plomin talk about the influence of genes on intelligence.
Zoologist Dr Tim Cockerill struggles to talk over the warning sound of a noisy cicada.
Prof Colin Pillinger talks about Beagle 2, the daring mission to search for life on Mars.
Professor Colin Pillinger explains why he thinks life exists elsewhere in the Universe.
The speaker is Professor Jill Boucher from City University
Scientist Guillermo Rein explains what fire, flames and plasmas are.
Presenter Adam Rutherford hears from Professors Robert Plomin and Michael Reiss.
The BBC's James Gallagher looks at how technology & lifestyle affects our body clocks.
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