Has the pandemic made people tired of feeling sorry for others and themselves?
Why do people decide to be alone for long periods of time?
We talk about different animals which can reproduce without having sex.
Can the world’s two biggest emitters of greenhouse gases work together?
Rob and Neil talk about the origins and the language of this humble snack.
Neil and Georgina discuss where the English language we use today really comes from.
Hear all about the Skylab astronauts’ disagreement with mission control.
Hear about digital technology which helps blind people improve their lives.
Hear about what small things you can do to feel happier about life.
Over a year on since the first outbreak, what have we learnt? We talk about the pandemic.
Neil and Georgina discuss singing and teach you related vocabulary along the way.
Rob and Georgina talk about the advantages and disadvantages of freelancing.
Rob and Georgina talk about percentages and teach you some English vocabulary.
Rob and Georgina discuss medical research and teach you related vocabulary.
Hear about storytelling and how it helps us to connect and communicate.
Neil and Rob talk about comfort food and what actually makes us eat it.
Hear about coronavirus and how it isn’t that bad compared to historical pandemics
We talk about trees and how they can communicate and help each other.
We discuss how these sea creatures could help us solve the problem of plastic pollution.
Communicating by text has become more and more popular. Neil and Georgina talk about it.
Neil and Rob talk about loneliness and how some people prefer their own company.
We discuss people’s attitude to being on time and why some people are always late.
We talk about online fraud and teach you some useful vocabulary along the way.
Many scientists are wondering whether it’s now too late to stop global warming.
Neil and Georgina take a nostalgic look back at the 1980s and the birth of the Walkman.
Hear about projects to create liveable underwater habitats and learn new vocabulary.
Rob and Sam discuss plans in the US to reduce the risk of cyber-attacks on election day.
Hear Jane Goodall talk about the deep connections between humans and the great apes.
Neil and Sam talk about the subject and teach you vocabulary along the way.
Neil and Sam discuss the post-Covid job landscape and teach you vocabulary along the way.
Grandmothers are being trained to provide therapy to people in their community.
The number of bees is declining at an alarming rate, with serious consequences for us.
We discuss what to do when you are confronted with someone who spreads falsehoods.
In this programme, we’ll be finding out all about blood and teaching you some vocabulary.
Rob and Neil discuss the future of our cities and teach you useful vocabulary.
In an era of fake news, could it be that we are living through a crisis in trust?
Can companies operate better without managers? We talk about it and teach you vocabulary.
Neil and Georgina talk about Covid-19 and teach you related vocabulary.
Neil and Sam discuss how sport is giving hope to young people leading the toughest lives.
Companies are rushing to install technology to make offices safer. Neil and Sam discuss.
Can wearing masks in public help prevent the spread of coronavirus? Rob and Sam discuss.
Rob and Sam discuss the new generation’s desire to make the world a better place.