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Anamorphic Art and Genes That Make You Eat More
Geoff Watts discusses art and maths of anamorphosis.
Face Recognition in Chimps
Chimps share our ability to recognise faces. But what’s going on in their brains?
Darwin’s Sacred Cause
Geoff Watts talks to the authors of a new book marking the bicentenary of Charles Darwin.
Geoff Watts reports on the effects of childhood stress on the immune system.
Funding Science in the Recession
Can funding science help the recession?
Ecstasy: The A to B of drugs
The difficulties of assessing drug damage to the brain.
Science and the Recession
How has and will science be affected by the current global economic crisis?
Larynx Transplant and The First Fish Embryo
Geoff Watts discusses the future of the larynx transplant procedure.
Nuclear Power, Science and Politics and Near Death Experience
Is the nuclear power option sustainable?
Professor John Beddington
Geoff Watts is joined by the government's Chief Scientific Advisor, Prof John Beddington.
Spaceflight and Weightlessness
Geoff Watts finds out the use of experiments in weightlessness, similar to being in orbit.
Attitudes to Darwin
Geoff Watts investigates attitudes to evolution.
Can Science Be Creative?
Geoff Watts asks if science can be creative.
The Science of Seasonality
Geoff Watts looks into the science of seasonality in plants, animals and humans.
Lord Martin Rees
Geoff Watts meets Lord Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal and President of the Royal Society.
Public Engagement with Science
Geoff Watts examines progress towards greater public engagement with science.
The Future of Gene Sequencing
Geoff Watts and guests discuss genomic medicine and the future of gene sequencing.
Lord May and Insect Art
Geoff Watts meets Lord May, President of the British Science Association.
The British Science Association's Festival
Geoff Watts reports from the British Science Association's Festival in Guildford.
Anthropology and Environment
Geoff Watts reveals how anthropology can change the relationship with our environment.
Music and the Mind
Geoff Watts traces a musical map of the mind.
Geoff Watts investigates the methods and motivations behind basic medical research.
Extreme Polar Environments
Geoff Watts meets the scientists who study polar life in freezing conditions.
The 2009 Science Book Prize Winner and The Evolution of Technology
Geoff Watts discusses science books, biography, brains and the evolution of technology.
Humans and Robots
Geoff Watts explores the relationship between humans and robots.
Nuclear Weapons Testing
Geoff Watts finds out how scientists investigate nuclear test ban treaty violations.
Meteorite Hunters and the Comedy of Change
Geoff Watts meets meteorite hunters tracking down the birth of planets.
Cooking and Human Evolution
Geoff Watts dives into underwater archaeology and how cooking transformed human evolution.
Astronomical Discoveries and Future Space Exploration
Geoff Watts looks back on great astronomical discoveries and future space exploration.
On the Origin of the Species
Geoff Watts looks back on the 150 years since Darwin's Origin of Species was published.
Sue Kinnear celebrates the county's great outdoors.
Rhod is joined by Dr. Karl and dietician Claire Collins, to take your science questions
17/10/19: Falling demand for beef, SNP rural policy, Rural schools
Anna Hill asks Professor David Hughes why demand for beef is falling in the UK.
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Rhybudd am y clefyd Fluke
What would happen if GPS stopped working?