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Elements

BBC World Service

A close look at chemical elements, the basic building blocks of the universe. Where do we get them, what do we use them for and how do they fit into our economy?

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Latest Episodes

In the final programme in our Elements series, Justin Rowlatt looks at the rarest and oddest members of the periodic table. Selenium, bismuth, molybdenum, antimony, rhenium, hafnium, zirconium, tellurium, thallium, barium. What are they? And what are... more

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Why do we value this practically useless metal so highly? And does it bring out the worst in human nature? In a second look at this most coveted of metals, Justin Rowlatt hears both sides of the age-old argument. Swiss investor and gold enthusiast Ma... more

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This radioactive metal holds the promise of thousands of years of energy for the world. But is it really any cleaner or safer than traditional uranium-based nuclear power? Chemistry Professor Andrea Sella of University College London takes the helm, ... more

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 309 ratings
  • Great content were it not for the constant interrupting of the experts by the presenter, who loves the sound of his own, bellowing, voice.

    Castbox
    Suzanne Jane
    2 years ago
  • Amazing

    Why did they stop at 2016 this show was great

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    MTF: Commander BoB
    United States3 years ago
  • excellent podcast. highly recommended

    Castbox
    Kieran Donnelly
    3 years ago
  • Fabulous

    Should be core curriculum listening for all GCSE Chemistry students to understand how Chemistry fits with Industry and Modern life. BBC please remake this as a TV series.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    SLOWMO75
    United Kingdom3 years ago
  • Material

    This is the BBC at it’s informative best

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Rubys grandad
    United Kingdom3 years ago

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