Fun Kids Science Weekly

‘Why Haven’t We Seen Aliens?’ & Nile Crocodiles

Dan welcomes to the studio Stephen Rickard to explore his brand new book, ‘Why Haven’t We Seen Aliens?’ Plus he meets the ferocious Nile Crocodile and explores why giant slugs are ravaging Russia.

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BONUS: Nanogirl’s Great Science Adventures

Nanogirl is another science podcast for kids! It answers your burning questions and shows you the wonders of discovery, made with school students who live in New Zealand. 
It’s made by RNZ and Nanogirl Labs.
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Dinosaur Zoos & The Home Of The Komodo Dragon

We chat to the director of the Edinburgh Fringe’s Dinosaur Zoo, Scott Wright, about the power of imagination AND about how dinosaurs could see in the dark! Plus, Dan takes a quick trip to Komodo Island, where the spectacular Komodo Dragons roam. We als…

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Science Weekly Space Bumper Special!

This week, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of man walking on the moon, it’s a space special on the Science Weekly! Sarah Cruddas, author of ‘The Space Race’ joins Dan to chat all about the mission to get people on the moon, Dan and the question ‘what…

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Food Science & Snake Cannibalism

Dan speaks to the author of ‘Science You Can Eat’ which includes some pretty interesting studio experiments! Plus, he comes head-to-head with a black-headed python – who knew some snakes ate their friends? As usual, he’ll look back on the science in th…

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The Science of Anger & Venomous Water Snakes

Why is it we sometimes feel angry, and is it useful? Dan speaks to Dr Luca Passamonti to get to the bottom of it. Plus, let’s meet one of the most venomous water snakes in the world.

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A Brainiac Live Special Featuring Head Brainiac & Radioactive Explosives

In this Brainiac Live Special Science Weekly, Dan speaks to Head Brainiac Andy about what exciting, mind-blowing and even slightly dangerous things they have planned in their live show. Plus, what radioactive element can explode with the touch of a hand?

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The Smartest Home & The Pacific Ring Of Fire

Dan learns about the smartest homes in the world (and they’re getting smarter), plus he explores the pacific ring of fire! We also welcome back our favourite genius with a brand new series – Techno Mum!

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Giant Centipedes & The Lifecycle Of Stars

Dan is joined by astrophysicist Dr. Amelie Saintonge to hear about the birth and death of stars. Plus, he comes face-to-face with a giant, deadly centipede.As always, Professor Hallux and Deep Space High are thrown into the mix too!
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Witch’s Poison, Killer Shrimps & Saving Species

What famous poison was used by witches in folklore and is still deadly today? Plus, see why killer shrimps are taking over the news and hear from Laura Bower from The People’s Trust For Endangered Species about saving stag beetles.

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