Is the largest replica of the human body in the landscape a good idea for Northumberland?
BBC Radio 4
Quentin on Dawn over Vesta, reducing animal experiments and the physics of cricket.
Dr Mark Lythgoe investigates the science of erasing memories.
Privacy and parenting by mobile phone.
Are pesticides linked to the collapse in honey bee numbers?
13/30 Saving Species asks how well we're doing looking after our ponds and their inhabitants.
Australia ignites the carbon tax debate, and China comes clean on its secret oil spill
BBC World Service
How well can climate science predict droughts, like the one gripping East Africa?
3/5 Richard Mabey with an appreciation of the natural and cultural history of the wild rose.
Reverend Richard Coles explores the science of sacred sounds.
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