Adam Rutherford presents a three-part series on extinction
A weekly look at farming and countryside issues, including the latest on new technology
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Kat Arney investigates why little girls are addicted to the colour pink, and if it matters
Celebrating the best of British food
Adam Rutherford with astronomical insights on literature and art.
The history of the man-made satellite, from Sputnik's Cold War launch to the present day.
Programme exploring new ideas in science and meeting the researchers responsible
Rhaglen gylchgrawn ar fyd natur. Nature programme with music and chat
Cyfle i glywed eto rhai o bigion Galwad Cynnar. Highlights from Galwad Cynnar
Tony Hill looks at the genesis of five inventions that define our world today
Richard Hollingham examines British plans for a moon mission.
Ricky Ross discovers how one Scottish company is giving back the freedom of speech.
Matthew Taylor discovers what science tells us about our need for religion
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
In the Solar System's outer darkness, planet Neptune has its first 'official' birthday.
Health Check grapples with health issues on a global scale. Presented by Claudia Hammond.
Rowan Pelling searches for a cure for the problem which blights her life, procrastination.
Aleks Krotoski explores innovations and cultural events from the age of communication.
Gareth Mitchell looks at our need for speed in different areas of modern life
Programme answering listeners' questions about planet Earth and our impact upon it
Matthew Taylor tells the story of the last eight years in the life of George Price.
Dr Kevin Fong looks at the birth of modern plastic surgery during World War II.
Dr Mark Lythgoe investigates the technology of brain scanning.
Dr Mark Lythgoe tells the untold story of medical imaging
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the psychology of climate change - why aren't we more worried?
Dr Brian Cox explores the consequences of physics' annus mirabilis - 1905.
Adam Rutherford asks how talking, travelling and technology affect human genetic evolution
Matthew Oates presents a series about naturalists and their pursuits
Dr Mark Lythgoe attempts to find out what constitutes intuition and when we should use it.
Claudia Hammond investigates how neursocience is heading for the classroom.
Gerry Northam goes behind the scenes to investigate 'open source' computer software.
Adam Rutherford charts the rise, fall and rise of the genetics of intelligence
Series taking listeners down to the deepest parts of the ocean.
Ehsan Masood explores the status of science in the modern Islamic world
Are close ties to industry distorting priorities of scientific research in universities?
James Aldred encounters one of the world's most powerful birds of prey, the harpy eagle.
Professional tree climber James Aldred climbs one of Britain's tallest trees.
What does the response to last year's tsunami and meltdown tell us about modern Japan?
Chandy Nath visits India to explore the extraordinary Jatropha plant.
Jonathan Edwards presents a series exploring how science shapes and explains our world
Vivienne Parry explores the science behind Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories.
How can science can stop an upsurge in the slaughter of African elephants for their ivory?
Geoff Watts explores the world of science and the people, passions and policies behind it
Trevor Cox explores how our voice and our hearing develop and change through our lives.
Anna Pavord explores the life and legacy of the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
Sean Street tells the story of the German wildlife sound recordist Ludwig Koch.
Natural history series presented by Richard Mabey
Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy finds his favourite forms in some highly unlikely places.
Gareth Mitchell sits in for Quentin Cooper finding out what's new in the world of science.
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