Science – New podcasts

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Audiology is a rapidly advancing field, and it can be challenging to keep up! Join audiologist and clinical assistant professor Dr. Dakota Sharp, Au.D., CCC-A, on his journey to interview colleagues and experts about all things audiology and communication. Together, you’ll explore the techniques, new insights, and challenges that come from the study and treatment of hearing and balance. Each episode of On the Ear is worth .1 ASHA CEU for audiology after completing the accompanying audio course, visit for more to start earning.

  • Welcome to Social Work Matters with Dr Sylvia Smith, where we explore the realities and celebrate the successes of social work practice, management and education.

    A few words from Dr. Sylvia on her background and Social Worker Matters

    I began my social work career at 16yrs old when I embarked on my first training course in social care.  I now have over 35yrs of experience in social work; practice, leadership/management and education.Bringing a wealth of knowledge, skills and passion to my work and I want to convey these attributes in my Social Worker Matters podcast.

    I am passionate about 'reclaiming social work' and will be exploring the realities and celebrating the successes in this profession.  I invite you to join my guests and me for insightful discussions, sharing of professional experiences and much, much wisdom in all things social work. If you're thinking about joining the profession, are newly qualified practitioners or a seasoned professional, this podcast is for you.

  • Planet Visionaries spotlights climate innovators who are helping to solve some of the world’s most challenging environmental issues. In each episode, host Alex Honnold, an adventure rock climber and outdoor advocate, will talk to one of those leaders to learn about their work, background and what motivates them to preserve the earth. Listeners will hear from the world’s most renowned ocean explorer, a man who has dedicated his life to protecting penguins, a volcanologist who found a way to predict eruptions and a Peruvian biologist who is safeguarding sea life with the help of coastal communities. Taken together, the podcast will offer an intimate portrait of the diverse and dynamic people who are at the forefront of the quest to keep the planet perpetual.

  • Figuring out what to believe is harder than ever in this pandemic, as we’re told we should trust scientists who often disagree or change their minds. In this podcast I’ll be covering the science behind Covid-19 and other medical issues while examining how we can distinguish scientific ideas from chatter, speculation, sanctimony, hype and noise. I’m Faye Flam and I’m a science journalist so it’s my job to sort it out.

    I’ll also be investigating how misinformation spreads through social media and why so many people believe dubious claims – from miracle cures to Q-anon conspiracy theories.

  • This trailer is just to inform you all about what we will be doing on my podcast.I am also thinking of doing it for English but i am currently focusing on math which is season 1.Stay tuned

  • Stem cell science has catapulted to the forefront of biomedical research over the last decade, bringing with it the potential to transform human health and the treatment of devastating diseases and disorders. Martin Pera, an internationally recognized stem cell pioneer and the dynamic editor-in-chief of Stem Cell Reports, explores basic discoveries in stem cell research and its application. Dr. Pera goes “beyond the paper,” bringing authors together to draw new insights and explore the questions and creativity that drive new breakthroughs. Stem Cell Reports, published by the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), is an open-access, peer reviewed journal that supports the field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine.

  • This Podcast talks about why Aries have one of the best personalities

  • vitiligo; what it is and how you can get it

  • Over the 10-weeks leading up to The Reintroduction & Rewilding Summit on the 10th April, created by Birds of Poole Harbour and the Self-Isolating Bird Club, Charlie Moores will be interviewing a series of wildlife restoration leaders, discussing the details, aims and inspiration behind each scheme. With many of these topics or ideas sometimes being considered controversial, these open discussions aim to lay all cards on the table, allowing listeners to hear about the processes, practicalities and outcomes of each of the projects and how they fit into a wider context of conservation...

  • The new podcast from the environmental charity Hubbub presented by Sarah Divall. This series passes the mic to grassroots activists, communities and people who are working hard and making big changes for their neighbours and for the planet.

  • Explaining the inner workings of the human body, from top to bottom...

  • Chemistry has a central, irreplaceable role to play in solving global energy challenges. From turning carbon dioxide into fuel, to producing new materials for the storage of hydrogen, research at Oxford Chemistry is securing our future.   To find out more about our research, please visit:
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  • Interviews with real people and real couples to delve deeper into the dynamics of personality types and love. Brought to you by the two sisters who founded So Syncd, the first dating app and website based on personality types.

  • Footprint Coalition's "Downstream Channel" is an exploration of the environmental challenges created by our industrial footprint led by Robert Downey Jr. and his co-host and Footprint Managing Director, Rachel Kropa.

    Together, they'll talk through some of the most pressing environmental issues facing the planet and enlist a panel of experts (including executives and founders from some of Footprint Coalition Ventures' portfolio companies) who are finding ways for us to walk a little lighter on the world's stage.

    Each episode includes a brief but informative overview of issues, a mystery box containing surprises related to the theme of the week, quotes to encapsulate the topics up for discussion and featured interviews with fascinating guests.

  • Bee Therapy is HERE. A podcast for anyone who loves bees. Bee-buddies Patrice Newell and Dani Lloyd-Prichard are both Australian registered beekeepers with over 50 years' experience between them. Now author and farmer Patrice, and educator and researcher Dani are recording their conversations. Throughout the season they'll be talking bee books, bee movies, bee research papers, honey recipes, quizzes, and a whole lot of bee goss about our beautiful bees.

  • I will be discussing the most unusual and interesting topics of science.

  • The podcast for people who love the sea. Join Oliver Steeds and Helen Scales every two weeks as they set off on a journey to explore the massive, life-giving and vital ocean. They will be examining how the ocean seeps into so many parts of all of our lives by talking with chefs, film makers, actors, writers, athletes, astronauts and more. Each episode there will be uplifting, inspiring and surprising stories about the sea. They'll investigate ocean problems but also look at the solutions and be asking what each of us can do to help fix the many urgent issues and help to protect the sea.

  • Like it or not, geology is everywhere. Whether it be deep on the ocean floor, high in the Andes, or in your backyard. As field geologists, we often pine for expeditions in remote places and foreign countries. But there is often amazing geology right in our backyards. Don’t let the Kentucky Bluegrass and your mother’s geraniums fool you. There is exciting geology even in your backyard. In this podcast we explore the amazing discoveries and geologic events that happened right in someone’s backyard.

  • Putting a spotlight on lesser known endangered and critically endangered species, "Endangered" gives these amazing creatures a little love before it's too late.