Scientific sleuths Adam Rutherford and Hannah Fry discover answers to the most perplexing questions emailed in by the audience. Have you got a question? Send it to email@example.com
What would happen if you fell into a black hole?
What will happen with the Earth’s poles swap? And why do planets spin?
Could a party balloon reach space? And why can’t we remember being babies
How do cats find their way home? Plus, should you scratch an itch?
How much of me is bacteria? And why do we have blood types?
Why is my mum tone deaf? And why do some people have no sense of direction?
Could we live on another planet? And does the full Moon make us crazy?
What determines left or right handedness and why are lefties in the minority?
Why do we get middle aged spread? And what is the strongest substance in the world?
Does nothing really exist? And where can we find it?
Can we send our litter into space? And why is everything in space round?
Why do we faint and what evolutionary purpose does it serve? And, can animals count?
What causes traffic jams? And why do people shout on their cellphones?
Why do we cry? The solution is clearly a hot cup of tea, but how do you make it properly?
What makes gingers ginger? And, what is the point of body hair?