Series 2 - How Music Works
Emer Maguire explores the science of music and the music of science.
Apple to investigate repressive Saudi app
The Absher government app lets men block their female relatives from travelling abroad.
Understanding climate change, with Professor Gabi Hegerl
Pennie Latin meets climate change scientist Professor Gabi Hegerl.
Resident Evil 2
Will the remake of the classic Resident Evil 2 live up to the original?
Dr Adam Rutherford investigates the case of medical misconduct that led to the MMR scare.
Hardy and Ramanujan
GH Hardy, whose work inspired the millions of codes that help to keep the internet safe.
A look at the debates around global warming and climate change
In the Beginning
First broadcast in 1998. How the earth was formed
Dr Samuel Rawlins is an entomologist working in the Caribbean
Privacy and the Internet
What will happen to all the digitally stored personal information on computers?
First broadcast in 2001. Why bother with health promotion?
What lies behind globalisation?
Mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing, and his role in the invention of the computer.
Radio 4 Extra
In 1998, one in three people were infected with tuberculosis
Tropical plants growing in south western Ireland.
The alien mountains, canyons and craters, inspiring scientists and writers to explore Mars
Will computer terrorism become a weapon of war as popular as guns and bullets?
Is artificial intelligence possible?
How artificial intelligence could help us communicate with our silicon servants
Comet Shoemaker-Levy Collision with Jupiter
First broadcast in 1994. Comets are supposed to orbit the sun,not Jupiter
Dizziness, nausea and exhaustion resulting from a shortage of oxygen
The Agony Of Migraines
Quitting smoking, migraines and treating them, the healing power of antibacterial honey
American writer Pat Cadigan describes science fiction as "the fables for the future"
Hot Air Balloons and Airships
Over a 100 years before the first plane took off, the first manned balloon flight was made
Melting Glacier Threatens Inca Traditions
First broadcast in 2003. Climate change is threatening traditional ways of life in Peru
Standing and sitting upright was an important step in our evolution
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