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12
MAR

My computer and me

Addicted to your smartphone? Just wait 'til you hear about what's coming next. Come follow us through the terrifying arc of personal computing.
05
MAR

Drawing the line

What we smell influences our intestines, how a "smart school" in China spies on its pupils, and facial recognition software… for pigs.
26
FEB

You sound emotional

We human beings make a lot of strange sounds with our mouths, and if you listen carefully, a lot of them are just PACKED with emotional meaning. Join us in-studio as we recreate a very interesting study.
12
FEB

Only you can prevent cancer

You'll read some pretty nasty news in the coming decade about cancer swallowing a record number of victims. That is unavoidable. The good news: Two in every five cases are preventable.
05
FEB

Where has all the sugar gone?

At the biggest sweets trade fair in the world, you'd be surprised how many people are fighting against sugar. If you can't find sugar lovers in the modern-day manifestation of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, where are they?
29
JAN

Frozen

In the heart of winter (at least in the northern hemisphere), we take a look this week at what the cold does to our bodies. And we don't mean just any kind of cold. Can it possibly be good for us to be exposed to -196 degrees Celsius?
22
JAN

Kaboom

Like destroying things? We all do. So much so that scientists in even Europe are planning a 100-kilometer mega-project to destroy the smallest things possible. Plus, a gigantic natural disaster is boiling in Germany's belly.
08
JAN

The dark side of the meat

Meat's delicious — but bad for our planet. The solution? Grow it in a lab. We also enter a German hospital to show you how invasive Germany's national health study is, and if you like the moon, you'll love 2019.
28
DEC
2018

New Year’s Resolutions

The most common aspirations for the New Year are to eat healthier, have more time for your family and get more physical exercise. Why is so difficult to achieve this?
21
DEC
2018

Take a bite

Toxic banana production in Ecuador, growing your own vegetables at the supermarket, and the story of a piranha named "Bert" biting a man's finger (and why the man deserved it.) All that, plus a lot of health and food research, on this week's show.

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