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15
NOV

Dr Karl

Dr Karl answers listeners' questions about the weird and wonderful world of science, including does a white cricket ball behave differently when thrown? Should we be cautious about fad gluten-free diets? As well as more on the opening of freezer doors.
12
NOV

5 live Science

Chris Smith asks why do food allergies clear up after a course of antibiotics and can protein meals stave off the munchies?
08
NOV

Dr Karl

Dr Karl and Dr Rhod answer your science questions. This week they discuss core body temperature, reverse swing in cricket and space elevators.
05
NOV

5 live Science

Naked Scientists, Chris Smith and Georgia Mills reveal why bacteria in your gut might control whether you recover from cancer. Plus we model the aftermath of the meteor that finished off the dinosaurs and get under the skin of electronic tattoos.
02
NOV

Dr Karl

Dr Karl and Dr Rhod answer your science questions. This week they explore how a Moonbow is made and why fridge doors sometimes refuse to open.
29
OCT

5 live Science

Naked Scientists, Georgia Mills and Issy Clarke get ready for Halloween by finding out if bats are actually blind and more plausible explanations for zombies, vampires, werewolves and haunted houses.
25
OCT

Dr Karl

Dr Karl joins Nick Garnett to discuss uranium binoculars, how twins can age at different rates, and could shrink rays ever become science fact.
21
OCT

5 live Science

Naked Scientists, Chris Smith Georgia Mills get answers to the seven biggest questions on artificial intelligence. Find out how it works, whether it will fundamentally change the world and what it means for your job.
15
OCT

5 live Science

Chris Smith, Georgia Mills and the Naked Scientists present the latest science news and breakthroughs.Find out how an injection of cholesterol could reduce a heart attack's damage, how our brains discern voices and why the lights in your house might replace your Wi-Fi.
11
OCT

Dr Karl

Dr Karl and Dr Dotun tackle the big science questions such as:- Sweeteners are they better than sugar? Are they safe? - Kids and allergies loads of 'em these days. Is it due to food additives?
08
OCT

5 live Science

Chris Smith and the Naked Scientists find out how exercise on your terms can stave off junk food cravings and why spacecraft engineers helped design your next packet of crisps. Plus, find out who won this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry, Physics and Physiology, and why. Download the podcast for part two featuring the latest breakthroughs on replacement retinas and how work to create an artificial pancreas could be a game changer in the fight against diabetes. bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live.

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