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Every year the world’s leaders gather for the UN climate change conference, and after a year of record temperatures, this year’s summit has been called the most vital yet. As Cop28 begins in Dubai, Ian Sample hears from Guardian environment editor an... more
Science Weekly brings you episode one of a new mini-series from Full Story. Pioneering Australian scientists Graeme Pearman, Lesley Hughes and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg saw the climate crisis coming. Pearman predicted the increase of carbon dioxide levels, ... more
Madeleine Finlay sits down with science correspondent Hannah Devlin to discuss the amazing discoveries the James Webb space telescope has made in the year since it became operational. From planets that rain sand, to distant galaxies, Hannah explains ... more
OMG I'm begging you to replace this presenter's voice. Madeleine Finlay is shrill, hard, pounding. It's very obvious that the interviewee is not present (possibly being prerecorded) and the interviewer's unempathic BANG BANG BANG questioning style shows she has no interest in the subject other than wretching out her written questions in the space between the interviewee's answers. The BBC used to do microphone training… maybe the Guardian is saving on costs. Horrid to listen to.
I think one of the issues is that the people that have "bad" dogs are the irresponsible ones who will not learn or take dogs to classes or care. The owners who will take up these course are the ones who will be more careful and responsible. Very sad. Some people shouldn't own animals.
Killing the Skydancer was a brilliant series (devastating but brilliant)
The podcast focused on the emotional question if “how intelligent is an octopus”. This is one question yes, but my questions would be “what does an octopus eat”? And “where will that food come from”. If we have to send out a fishing fleet to catch 10tonnes of fish to produce 1tonne of octopus, how does that improve our food chain? more
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Science Weekly launched 18 years ago and published 465 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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