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Did cooking make us human?
When did we switch from eating our food raw, to heating it?
How does a single cell become me?
How do trillions of individual cells work together to build bodies?
Could dark matter harbour dark life?
Marnie Chesterton answers Indian listener Gautam’s question about dark life
Bonus: 13 Minutes to the Moon
Introducing the new podcast about how humans reached the moon. Theme music by Hans Zimmer
Could our household microbes help or harm us?
We revisit our episode on dust to decide what we should do with our invisible housemates
How are we evolving?
How are we changing genetically to adapt to modern lifestyles and our environment
Can singing improve our health?
Could this much-loved musical pastime improve our mental and physical strength?
Are there new ways to beat depression?
We investigate how science is uncovering new ways to help beat long-term depression
What’s the best way to breathe?
Can certain breathing techniques improve your exercise performance?
Can we prevent traffic jams?
Should our cities cater less for cars and what are the alternatives?
Why do some people eat soil?
What drives the body to crave something that isn’t real food?
Who were the first farmers?
The story of how our ancestors tamed plants and animals
Where’s my time machine?
When will sci fi’s favourite technologies become reality?
Why do we pull faces when we concentrate?
We tackle the science of scowling, gesturing, and counting
How many fossils are there?
Have we already found the last T. rex? Or are there many more to be discovered?
Can I predict the future?
There are ordinary people among us who are exceptionally good at predicting the future
Global infertility: Could The Handmaid’s Tale become reality?
What could cause mass infertility? Marnie Chesterton investigates
How can I motivate myself?
We put science to the test to try and find out how can we best motivate ourselves
Do we need more space stations?
Would more satellites and space stations help us get further into the solar system?
Are extroverts really happier?
We probe the links between happiness, personality and culture
Can my migraines be cured?
What’s happening in my brain when I get a migraine? CrowdScience investigates
17/09/19 Soya animal feed, Liberal Democrats' rural policies, man-made wetland
Is feeding UK livestock soya, grown in Brazil, helping to damage the planet?
Llwyddiant dau o dîm Cwn Defaid Cymru
Llwyddiant dau o dîm Cwn Defaid Cymru a pryder am chwyn.
Fire in the Amazon
How can we prevent a repeat of the devastating fires in the Amazon?
Model and social media influencer Jess Davies breaks the habit to start a digital detox.
The latest in disability tech
Technology is changing disabled people’s lives but is it being used as much as it could?