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Plant based promises, diet and health

Giles Yeo learns how to make a Thai green curry with Meera Sodha. This is a recipe without meat...

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Plant based promises, sustainability

In Plant Based Promises, Giles Yeo a foodie and academic at Cambridge University, asks how...

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Plant based promises, rise of the plant based burger

In Plant Based Promises, foodie, researcher and broadcaster Giles Yeo looks at the science behind...

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The mysterious particles of physics, part 3

The smaller the thing you look at, the bigger the microscope you need to use. That’s why...

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The mysterious particles of physics, part 2

Episode 2: Lost in the Dark Physics is getting a good understanding of atoms, but embarrassingly...

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The Mysterious Particles of Physics (1/3)

The machine that discovered the Higgs Boson 10 years ago is about to restart after a massive...

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The Life Scientific: Adam Hart

Ant-loving professor, Adam Hart, shares his passion for leaf cutting ants with Jim Al Khalili....

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The Life Scientific: Jacinta Tan

When a person with severe anorexia nervosa refuses food, the very treatment they need to survive,...

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The Life Scientific: Pete Smith

Pete Smith is very down to earth. Not least because he’s interested in soil and the vital...

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The Colour Conundrum

The world is full of colour! But, wonders listener Maya Crocombe, ‘how do we see colour and...

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The Turn of the Tide

Mathematician Hannah Fry and geneticist Adam Rutherford investigate your everyday science...

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The Evidence: The nature of mental health

Today The Evidence goes green as Claudia Hammond and her panel of experts discuss plant power,...

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The Shocking White Hair

Why does human hair go grey and is it ever possible for it to go white overnight from shock?...

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Surprising symmetries

Two eyes, two arms, two legs - we are roughly symmetrical on the outside, but inside we are all...

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The Weird Waves of Wi-Fi

We use Wi-Fi every day, but do you know how it works? “Is it waves and science or just some...

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The Mystery of the Teenage Brain

‘Why are teens prone to risky behaviour?’ asks Dr Mark Gallaway, ‘especially...

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Wild Inside: The Ocean Sunfish

Ben Garrod and Jess French get under the skin of Mola mola the world's largest bony fish to...

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Wild Inside: The Burmese Python

Ben Garrod and Jess French delve deep inside the predatory Burmese Python to examine its...

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Wild Inside: Jungle royalty - the Jaguar

Wild Inside embarks on something we hardly ever witness – a look inside some of...

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The Evidence: War trauma and mental health

War and conflict turns lives upside down and millions of adults and children witness atrocities,...

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