Highlights from 100 episodes of the programme.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince present a TV special of their hit science/comedy panel show.
Robin Ince thinks so.
The actor recalls reciting Lollingdon Downs for Patrick Moore shortly before his death.
How DNA sequencing provided the evidence that humans and Neanderthals interbred.
Neil deGrasse Tyson uses a Hollywood party analogy to explain the Higgs boson particle.
The actor shares his passion for the Cassini mission which studied Saturn and its moons.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince join Eric Idle as he sings his song about the programme.
Patrick Stewart lets us in on a lesser known conspiracy about Star Trek.
Actor Brian Blessed says he has dreamed of travelling in space since he was six years old.
Ross Noble is bemused by the long introduction to The Infinite Monkey Cage.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by a panel, every member of which has been in space.
John Lloyd, Simon Singh and Brian Cox debate the meaning of infinity. Robin makes a joke.
Robin Ince and Brian Cox consider the mysteries that remain uncovered in the watery depths
Katy Brand joins Brian and Robin to discuss some unusual avenues of scientific research.
The panel discuss the fact that the definition of death keeps changing as medicine evolves
Brian Cox and Robin Ince discuss the unashamed prioritisation of reason on Monkey Cage
Stephen Fry and Eric Idle join Brian Cox and Robin Ince to ask, 'Can science save us?'.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince learn how to beat the house and win at games using science.
Neuroscientist Beau Lotto says our eyes are 'like the keyboard is to the computer'.
Robin Ince and Brian Cox take the Infinite Monkey Cage to Glastonbury.