Clive Oppenheimer on volcanoes that shake the world.
Clive Oppenheimer on the volcanic offerings of our angry earth
Jim Al-Khalili on HIS life scientific
Physicist Jim Al-Khalili tells Adam Rutherford what motivates and inspires him.
Sue Black on women in tech
Sue Black tells Jim Al-Khalili how she became a software engineer.
2018 Chemistry Nobel Prize winner, Sir Gregory Winter
Sir Gregory Winter, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Gwen Adshead on treating the minds of violent offenders
Gwen Adshead tells Jim Al-Khalili how she treats the minds of violent offenders.
2018 Nobel Prize winner, Donna Strickland, on laser physics
Donna Strickland, the first woman to win a Physics Nobel Prize in 55 years.
Ken Gabriel, Why your Smartphone is Smart.
How working with robots in the 1980s kicked off a microelectronics revolution.
Corinne Le Quéré on the global carbon cycle
Professor Corinne Le Quéré talks to Jim Al-Khalili about tracing global carbon.
Paul Davies on the origin of life and the evolution of cancer
Physicist Paul Davies on the origin of life, aliens and the evolution of cancer.
Irene Tracey on pain in the brain
Irene Tracey tells Jim Al-Khalili how imaging the brain reveals how and why we feel pain.
Richard Peto on why smoking kills but quitting saves lives
Epidemiologist Richard Peto on the links between tobacco, disease and early death
Erica McAlister on the beauty of flies
Dr Erica McAlister talks to Jim Al-Khalili about the beautiful world of flies.
Is trophy hunting good for conservation?
Some say it's cruel. Others claim it helps protect endangered species. Who is right?
A conveyor duvet could be just the thing for quibbling couples. With Gyles Brandreth.
Adam Walton is joined by scientists and an artist to learn all about crystals.
Robert Dougall shares his love of wildlife and conservation.
Fleeing Saudi women tracked by mobiles
Fleeing Saudi women are being tracked by unique codes on their mobiles