Laurie Taylor explores a unique piece of research done by BBC Lab UK and social scientists (R)
BBC Radio 4
Canyons, craters and mountains: The spectacular Martian terrain carved by swathes of water
BBC World Service
In 1948, mathematician Dr Jacob Bronowski considered science's future role.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Why do we live with cats and dogs?
The rural news magazine for those who live and work in the Welsh countryside.
BBC Radio Wales
On a busy day for garden centres, Sybil Ruscoe looks behind the scenes at a plant supplier
David Attenborough introduces the male cuckoo.
1/5 Dave Goulson's first foray into bumblebee conservation ends in disaster.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Kenneth MacDonald talks to Professor Higgs' friends and colleagues about the Higgs boson.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/30 The history of astrology began as a way of advising rulers on their military campaigns.
6/6 Aleks Krotoski asks if we could all do with a detox from our digital devices.
Why do we cry and why are emotional tears a uniquely human trait?
The science behind the EU pesticide ban - will it protect bees? Quentin Cooper presents.
1/5 Glaciologist David Drewry on his adventurous efforts to survey Antarctica's landscape. (R)
BBC Radio 3
Tuesday 7 May 2013