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02 July 2007
The US is the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases and the nation that can do the most to slow the impact of global warming. In this special edition podcast we explore American attitudes to climate change and bust some common climate myths.
11 May 2007
Professor Richard Wiseman takes us on a tour of the weird, the wonderful and the human mind. Also this week: Uncovering the true story behind America’s origins, and just how do our dogs perceive us?
04 May 2007
New developments in brain science shed light on how our minds grapple with decisions, large and small. Also this week, astronomers have another chance to witness the great supernovae of history and why „carbs” (like bread, rice and potatoes) are white, while carbon is black.
27 April 2007
What can the precariously balanced boulders of California and Nevada tell us about predicting the next big earthquake there? Also this week: astronomers discover the most Earth-like exoplanet yet, and our Last Word column considers an evolutionary explanation for why sheep are notorious road hogs
20 April 2007
Epidemiologist Gilbert Burham ignited controversy after publishing figures suggesting the number of people killed by the war in Iraq is far higher than coalition forces have acknowledged – he defends his survey. Also this week: teen transexuals helped and sterile neutrinos hunted.
13 April 2007
New evidence suggests the universe may have a preferred direction – the so-called axis of evil. If it’s real, the feature puts a bizarre new twist into current cosmological models. Also this week: a real life test for Australia’s tsunami warning system, and why cold bananas go black