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Data Journalism: More important than ever?
Essential listening for anyone working in or wanting to get into broadcast media
Pennie Latin explores the science behind the everyday.
Cosmic dust factories & giant black holes
Exploring science and technology stories and the latest in Welsh scientific research
World Questions: Hong Kong
Leading figures in science, economics, politics and architecture discuss their ideas.
What would it take to get 10,000 followers in just one month? Radio 1's Dev finds out.
Tamsin Mather on what volcanic plumes reveal about our planet
Jim Al-Khalili discusses the scientific life with fellow scientists
Aleks Krotoski explores the digital world
Omnibus: 1980s onwards
Hannah Fry reveals the UK's lead role in developing computer technologies we rely on today
Aliens on Film: Part Two
Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock explore the relationship between film and science.
Where is my mind?
Adam Rutherford explores the role of robots in science and culture across the ages.
Can a Welsh coal mine really become an astronaut training centre?
Matthew Hill presents a series exploring the 14-day limit for human embryo research.
See what happened when a class of students gave up their smartphones for a whole week.
Alok Jha wonders if science is as rigorous as it should
Jim Al-Khalili and guests work out how science might solve society's problems.
Science writer Stuart Clark explores the relationship between scientists and computers.
Learn about the latest technology and new gadgets and their cool features.
Charlotte Smith asks, when do you choose to stop trying with IVF?
Series exploring how technology is changing the arts.
The Tower of Babel
Aleks Krotoski tells the story of the languages that have been used to talk to machines.
Howard Stableford investigates whether advances in 3D printing can benefit nature.
Naomi Alderman looks at the advantages of thinking algorithmically.
Aleks Krotoski explores innovations and cultural events from the age of communication.
A portrait of Dorothy Hodgkin, the only female British scientist to win a Nobel Prize.
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