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The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
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Step inside the jury box and witness history being made in the latest smash hit true-crime series The Storyteller: Naked Villainy. This is the FIRST time in UK history that a full murder trial has been recorded and broadcast and this is no ordinary murder. Two scientists - two lovers - one killer, one victim and it took 45 years to get to court. Following on from the No1 The Storyteller: Murder Most Foul and Series Two - Violent Delights, crime journalist Isla Traquair does it again weaving ...
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A podcast for conscious discussion on the issues we face in the modern world today based on our knowledge, experience and background of the natural world. Our podcast is based around conversations with experts in their subjects, such as scientists, conservationists, photographers and business leaders.
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‘Views and News with Clarence Ford’ shares and reflects a broad array of different perspectives. The show is inspirational, passionate and positive. Clarence and the team aim to leave listeners feeling both motivated and empowered. Known for his love of jazz and a good game of golf, Clarrie brings his unique flavour to this show. Some new features include ‘Heritage Hour’ every Wednesday between 10 and 11 am, The Masterclass on Fridays at 11 am as well as a segment exploring music trivia. Ano ...
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From seagrass to sunfish, dugongs to diatoms, Naked Oceans uncovers the hidden secrets of the sea. Join us in conversation with top marine experts as we explore the latest ocean science and conservation and answer your aquatic questions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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New discoveries, everyday mysteries, and the science behind the headlines — in just under 15 minutes. It's science for everyone, using a lot of creativity and a little humor. Join hosts Emily Kwong and Regina Barber for science on a different wavelength. If you're hooked, try Short Wave Plus. Your subscription supports the show and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/shortwave
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It started out with a simple question: How can we help make our world a better place? We’re holding this space for conversations about all the things, big and small, that we can do to create impactful changes in our lives and in our communities. Join host Steve Norris as he interviews inspirational thought-leaders, scientists, spiritual leaders, best selling authors, life-coaches, psychologists and more, from every corner of the planet who are doing extraordinary things to brighten our world ...
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The Boy in the Woods, six-year-old Rikki Neave, had been strangled and left naked. His body was positioned in a distinctive star shape. People on the council estate where he lived told police they had seen his mother, Ruth, hitting and shouting at Rikki. He was on the Social Services Register of children at risk. All the people closest to Rikki were in trouble and all of them were known to the authorities who offered help. It didn't work. The day before he died his mother begged a family aid ...
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There is something in the jungle of Irma Flores that has terrorized Sarah for years. As a scientist she needs to know what it is and by confronting this evil she is about to be awakened from her nightmare. She doesn’t know it but she will also begin her first faltering steps toward enlightenment. Along the way, she will have to contend with a strange dwarf people, pirates, corporate raiders and an obstinate lover. Her road to nirvana will be a raw and bruising journey that is certain to be b ...
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1. Ama Ka'rin - Christmas Ain't the Same 2. Charity - Seasoned 3. Xandi - You For Christmas 4. Dorrella - DND luv 5. Bigshay- Insecure 6. Deondre Black - Make Love 7. DJ Sleet feat. J mila - Jane 8. Bahja Rodriguez - You 9. Hennessy - She Can't 10. SHRETA - did you think of us 11. Journey Montana - Rich Girl 12. Chris Brown - No Time Like Christmas 13. KJ - Wish You Were Here 14. Brook B.- You Got Me 15. Ire Ola- something to nothing 16. Con Killion - Good Girl, Naughty 17. Jacob Latimore - ...
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In the news pod, a study into the DNA of ancient humans has found what are potentially the oldest examples of genetic diseases like Down syndrome. Also, new insights into whale song, a potential new treatment for blood clots, and lifting the lid on a phony fossil... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
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This month the connections that human inhabitants have to the coast, why we're still in the middle of a worsening extinction crisis despite international laws and treaties designed to protect nature, the promise of pharmacogenomics and personalised medicine, the plastic pollution problem and how to tackle it, and why water management in the face of…
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This month, James Tytko explores the dangers of debunking fake news online with Francis Madden, and discusses ongoing developments in the neuroscience of Long COVID with Stephanie Brown. Then, following on from Elon Musk's news that his brain chip company Neuralink have successfully implanted their device into a human, we explore what this means fo…
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Naked Gamers Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner review The Last of Us Part II Remastered, the rerelease of Golden Sun and Golden Sun: The Lost Age, and Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. Plus news of the boy who beat Tetris, Game no longer accepting trade-ins, the Insomniac hack, and the UK's best-selling game from 2023. Like this podcast? Please help us…
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C. S. Sherrington said “All the brain can do is to move things". The Brain in Motion: From Microcircuits to Global Brain Function (MIT Press, 2023) shows how much the brain can do "just" by moving things. It gives an amazing overview of the large variety of motor behaviors and the cellular basis of them. It reveals how motor circuits provide the un…
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C. S. Sherrington said “All the brain can do is to move things". The Brain in Motion: From Microcircuits to Global Brain Function (MIT Press, 2023) shows how much the brain can do "just" by moving things. It gives an amazing overview of the large variety of motor behaviors and the cellular basis of them. It reveals how motor circuits provide the un…
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In the green tree canopies of forested areas in Myanmar, you might wake up to the sounds of gibbons singing love songs. Gibbons start their day with passionate duets and, though these love songs may sound a little different than the ones in your playlists, they just helped researchers figure out that Myanmar has the largest population of an endange…
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Your son is going on a trip backpacking around Europe. Your brother (his uncle) lives there and you asked if your son could stay for a few nights. Your brother is not keen. You really want your son and brother to spend time together, but your brother's living space is small and the couch is being occupied by another. Is it fair of him to say no, or…
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Looking for love can be a challenge, especially if you haven't been on the "market" for a while. Life Matters Hilary Harper has been documenting and sharing her own foray into the world of online dating after 50 in the audio series — Dated. If you've tried online dating in mid life, particularly if you found yourself newly single after a long time …
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Sara-Jayne Makwala King speaks to Felicity Guest - a financial abuse specialist and the founder of the Facebook page Child Maintenance Difficulties SA about the recent court ruling which will mean child maintenance can be paid from a parent's retirement annuity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Curiouser and curiouser - the stories and explanations keep flowing from accused killer Dr Kit Harrisson as he continues to give evidence in court. Charles Dickens even gets a mention! For exclusive extra content, including full into interviews and bonus episodes, head to the Patreon. https://patreon.com/thestorytellerpod?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&…
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Artist Simon Normand began collecting teaspoons during lockdown, which sparked an exploration of how Australia selectively commemorates certain towns and individuals in its kitsch teaspoon art. From this, Teaspoon Colony was born: an exhibition that aims to highlight dark stories and lesser-known heroes from our past.…
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Dr Kate Luckins was an in-demand sustainability commentator with stellar green credentials. But, a decade after having her first kid, she found herself exhausted, 'eco-guilty' and staring at an electricity bill double the average household. What Kate missed most was the joy of sustainable living. She realised there is a way to "do green" that doesn…
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The sentencing of former principal Malka Leifer, last year, for sexual abuse was the result of a decades-long fight by the sisters Leifer abused to bring the truth to light. One of those sisters, Dassi Erlich, has now written a book about how she found the courage to speak out, even as her community did everything it could to silence her, and how s…
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We are at the height of the Sun's activity in its eleven year cycle, known to astronomers as the solar maximum. This means that over the next several months there's going to be a lot of solar activity. It's got us thinking back to 1859. That's when astronomer Richard Carrington was studying the Sun when he witnessed the most intense geomagnetic sto…
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Once upon a time, work stayed at work and home was for partners, families, or our own sweet solitude. But now, the same tools that have given us the flexibility to work from anywhere at any time, also mean that we can feel like we're expected to work from anywhere at any time. Earlier this month, the federal government passed an amendment, negotiat…
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