Francine Stock and Adam Rutherford explore the potential for life across the universe.
Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock and an audience discuss Mars in the movies.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince wonder if we are living in a computer simulation?
Aleks Krotoski asks if we have all become cyborgs without even knowing it.
Writer Philip Ball meets the physicists who are making real-life invisibility cloaks.
Jolyon Jenkins meets the people zapping their brains with DIY electrical devices.
Richard Hollingham meets scientists and engineers planning human colonies in space.
How science fiction has been used to examine relationships between the sexes.
How science fiction has examined the different ways of continuing the human race.
Theologian Giles Fraser on Wittgenstein and Blade Runner
Could the world around us be a simulated reality?
What will it be like to colonise space? What are the implications for humanity if we do?
Are human cyborgs set to become a reality? Frank Swain investigates.
Melvyn Bragg explores the enduring appeal of the Roman poet Ovid’s work Metamorphoses.
Geoff Ryman's story inspired by his investigation into gender changing in future worlds.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests look at one of the most tantalising ideas of cosmology.
Aleks Krotoski explores whether technology can allow us to walk in another man's shoes.
Reality itself is changing, so how will we experience and understand reality in future?
Jonathan Ross, graphic novelist Alan Moore and string theorist Brian Greene on sci-fi.
Artist and sceptic Adham Faramawy uncovers virtual reality's dark and fantastical spaces.
Melvyn Bragg and guests explore the Multiverse.
Bridget Kendall and guests explore the boundaries of reality in art and maths.
Could we live on another planet?
Steven Fielding looks at the impact of British dystopian political fiction.
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