Dr. Lynne Kelly is a science writer whose academic work focuses mainly on memory and the study of primary orality.
Ed and Lucas talk to Dr Steve Salisbury about finding the world’s largest dinosaur tracks, and searching for fossils in Antarctica.
Solar scientist Professor Lucie Green talks about The Sun, the Solar Orbiter mission and much more!
Ed chats with celebrated writer and comedian Robin Ince about the science podcast The Infinite Monkey Cage, fake news & the upcoming Cosmic Shambles LIVE tour.
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2016 that didn’t make the final show!
Robin Ince is a celebrated British comedian. He has built his career mixing science and comedy, on television, radio, podcasts and in his stand-up routines.
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2015 that didn’t make the final show!
The funny, interesting or just weird bits from 2014 that didn’t make the final show!
At our 150th episode celebration earlier this year, we were fortunate to have Dr. Krystal Evans address the audience to talk about science in Australia. Dr. Evans is a medical researcher at the Walter and…
Described as “the biggest thing since dark energy”, the recent detection of gravitational waves from the afterglow of the big bang confirms a significant theory in cosmology. Astronomer Dr. Alan Duffy joins us to explain it all.