Vetenskap – Storbritannien – Nya podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Interacting Minds is an interdisciplinary research podcast hosted by Arnault Quentin Vermillet and Savhannah Schulz. In each episode, the two are joined by fellow interdisciplinary researchers to explore and discuss the work they have been doing and share a glimpse of the journey that brought them there.

  • These are computer-generated readings of posts on Botany One. The aim is to help improve accessibility by being able to embed audio versions of a report into a blog post. But you can subscribe to this as a podcast too.

    The audio versions may be slightly altered as some things in print don't make sense in audio, like references to figures.

  • The podcast that provides top travel tips for time travellers. Each episode host David Mountain will be asking experts in palaeobiology about the most interesting, exciting and important aspects of prehistory.

  • Brought to you by the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies, ACES Cast features conversations with the Centre’s affiliates. In each episode, the podcast host, Gulnaz Sibgatullina, talks to early-career scholars and recognised experts about their research, academic journey and favourite books. Join us and get to know scholars who address the dynamics and direction of contemporary Europe.

  • This is the place where you will learn crazy and disturbing facts about your favorite Kaiju, Dinosaurs, and other Sci-fi monsters in gruesome uncensored detail featuring your hosts: Joe (from GojiCenter) and Jacob (from Dangerville)

  • NIUFOS podcasts cover a wide range of UFOlogy topics, digging into the nitty gritty.

  • Presenters Helen and Paul are big fans of wildlife-friendly gardening and each month they bring you tales from their back gardens. What wildlife is visiting? Who is making it their home? And what do they do to make their gardens as enticing as possible for furry, flying and froggy friends? They interview some incredibly interesting experts in British nature, showing us all how we can welcome and encourage wildlife to visit and live in our gardens and community spaces.

  • A unique blend of humour, fact and personal stories that is entertaining and enlightening. We might have diverse backgrounds and expertise but we‘re united by our curiosity about the world and, as trained scientists and engineers, we end up applying critical thinking skills to just about anything which leads to some oddball conversations. Our conversations uncover nuances that are sometimes overlooked, and touch on how economics, politics and society shape science and engineering as well as how these technical disciplines shape our lives. We also share personal experiences and references to pop culture to help explain our viewpoints, and these things usually become conversation starters! Sometimes we‘re funny, often we‘re opinionated, always we‘re entertaining.

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  • Listen to short stories and explore the science and philosophy behind them in their nubs. Visit storynub.com for extra content and to never miss a new story or nub.

  • Biotechnology, Synthetic Biology and Bioengineering for the ones that want to build a better future.

  • Colourful chat brought to you by The European Society of Human Genetics. Listen to the sound of our genomics podcast session talk from The European Society of Human Genetics. With monthly guest speakers we discuss all things genetic now that genomics has moved to the forefront of medicine. https://www.eshg.org/

  • Dick and Dom explore the surprising science that can be found around us. With the help of some young volunteers, they meet scientists who show them a selection of hands-on experiments - which you can try out for yourself at home - revealing new facts about everything from remote controls to bicycle brakes. If youâย€ย™ve ever wanted to know how to charm a worm, what happens when you put marshmallows in the microwave, or why ice is slippy, this is the series for you!

  • Welcome to Eureka!, the show that gets under the skin of science with questions that really matter! Join science enthusiast Rick Edwards and actual real-life scientist Dr Michael Brooks every week as they dissect some of the universeโ€™s most puzzling questions with the help of the worldโ€™s leading experts. From alien invasions and AI robot takeovers, to face transplants and talking animals, Rick and Michael are getting to the bottom of it all! Subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode.

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  • Dragons' Den's Deborah Meaden talks to some of the world's biggest business names about the biggest problem facing the planet: climate change.

  • This podcast gives the listener an opportunity to hear conversations with people from the field of systemic psychotherapy. Host Sezer and Julie, two systemic psychotherapists, discuss a wide range of topics, theories, practices and experiences with their guests, giving the listener an insight into this disciplines contribution to social change.Artwork by Arai Drake Creative: http://www.araidrake.com/portfolio/thesystemicway/Music by Rena Paid

  • A podcast dedicated to Long Covid. Noreen Jameel and Emily Kate Stephens talk to fellow sufferers, doctors and experts searching for answers about this new, debilitating post-viral condition. So if you are one of the millions suffering from, or interested in, this new condition - tune in to our weekly podcast.

  • Jack Lawrence is best known for his TikTok videos, whereby he explores themes of philosophy, science and anything else that takes his fancy. In this podcast he dives deeper into these concepts, interviewing scientists, philosophers, and frankly anyone he thinks is interesting or funny.

  • BEAUTY IN ALL THINGS


    Each month weโ€™ll be uncovering the beauty in the little things, from soil to seeds, bulbs to bees, from The Lost Gardens of Heligan in Mevagissey on the Cornish Coast. Experience the inner workings with Alasdair Moore (our Head of Gardens and Estate) and guests as they take inspiration from nature and the environment around them, from the finest horticultural gardens in England. 


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  • We are inviting key industry experts, leading farmers, scientists and AgriFood innovators to join the discussion about soil health. Together we will explore and debate challenges, opportunities and innovations around soil health and its implications on farming. What are the most important soil health indicators? What are the best ways to increase organic matter? How to make your farm more sustainable? Tune in to listen to the best in soil health answering these questions, sharing their experiences, and more!

  • Interviewing successful Data Scientists to find out about their journey into Data Science and any struggles they’ve faced to help next generation Data Scientists from all walks of life to access their dream career.