The internal combustion engine, hailed as the answer to pollution in London, is born.
Banks are underwritten by the government in Britain. Should the taxpayer bail out banks?
Invented for the printing industry, air conditioning now influences where and how we live.
Whilst under a heat induced house arrest, Alistair Cooke marvels at air conditioning.
Dr Andrew Polaszek reveals his compound microscope
Is financial fake news damaging business? Geoff White reports.
Sheila Dillon explores how food is planned and cooked for up to three months under the sea
Dan Saladino explores the past, present and future of the most British of drinks, gin.
Sue and Tom wonder why so many national anthems sound the same.
Inside Science visits a refracting telescope at The Royal Observatory in Greenwich.
Roderick Williams explores how singing together gets to the heart of being human.
Matthew Hill reports on the future of Fairtrade as the label marks its 20th anniversary.
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