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The latest news from the team behind Focus magazine - a popular UK-based science and technology magazine from the BBC.

The latest news from the team behind Focus magazine - a popular UK-based science and technology magazine from the BBC.
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Bristol, United Kingdom

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BBC

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The latest news from the team behind Focus magazine - a popular UK-based science and technology magazine from the BBC.

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English

Contact:

c/o Immediate Media Company Bristol Ltd Tower House Fairfax Street Bristol BS1 3BN United Kingdom 0117 314 7388


Episodes

Focus magazine podcast - July 2013

7/2/2013
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James Watson celebrates the 60th anniversary of his DNA discovery; James Davies discusses some of the problems facing the psychiatry profession today

Duration: 00:46:39


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - June 2013

5/23/2013
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"What colour is a mirror?" and "Could a brain transplant give you someone else's memories?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 00:04:16


Focus magazine podcast - June 2013

5/16/2013
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Professor Alice Roberts comes face-to-face with Ice Age giants; miracle detective Dr Joe Nickell investigates the Turin Shroud

Duration: 00:27:19


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - May 2013

4/18/2013
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"What time zone do they use on the International Space Station?" and "What's the world's toughest animal?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 00:05:55


Focus magazine podcast - May 2013

4/4/2013
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Matt Kaplan delves into the spooky science of vampires and zombies; Sam Parnia explains how doctors are bringing people back from the dead

Duration: 09:55:32


Focus magazine podcast - April 2013

3/20/2013
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Rita Carter discusses the possibilities of brain uploading; Kevin Fong explains why some people can hold their breath for over 10 minutes

Duration: 10:27:34


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - April 2013

3/14/2013
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"Why does it feel strange to walk up a non-working escalator?" and "Can computers create random numbers?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 01:50:49


Focus magazine podcast - March 2013

2/22/2013
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Hugh Aldersey-Williams tells us what it's like to come face to face with a dead body; Prof Bill McGuire explains why Italy’s Mount Vesuvius is deadlier than ever.

Duration: 07:01:28


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - March 2013

2/8/2013
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"Why doesn't software open instantly?" and "What is snot?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 02:01:21


Focus magazine podcast - February 2013

1/25/2013
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Zoologist Prof Matthew Cobb reveals the secrets behind Brian Cox’s new series Wonders of Life; palaeontologist Prof Neil Shubin explores the deep connections between the cosmos and the human body

Duration: 07:27:17


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - February 2013

1/16/2013
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"What health risks have been linked to Wi-Fi?" and "If everyone stood together what area would we cover?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Focus magazine Q and A podcast - January 2013

1/16/2013
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"Why are solar eclipses rarer than lunar eclipses?" and "Is green tea better for you than breakfast tea?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 00:04:35


Focus magazine podcast - December 2012

12/6/2012
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Astronomer Royal Sir Martin Rees talks about the future of the human race; physicist and author Sean Carroll describes his new book about the Higgs boson.

Focus magazine Q and A podcast - November 2012

11/16/2012
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"How powerful is a great white shark's jaw?" and "How would fizzy drinks behave in space?" BBC Click Radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Focus magazine - Oliver Sacks, Tim Peake

10/25/2012
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Britain's only astronaut Tim Peake explains why he's spent most of his year underwater; Oliver Sacks talks about the neuropsychology of hallucinations.

Focus magazine Q and A podcast - October 2012

10/19/2012
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"Does a full e-book weigh more than an empty one?" and "What proportion of swimming pool water is wee?" BBC Click radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Duration: 00:05:47


Focus magazine Q and A podcast - September 2012

10/15/2012
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"Do animals perceive time?" and "Can you lose your arm reaching into a spinning dryer?" BBC Click radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions.

Focus magazine Q and A podcast - May 2012

8/28/2012
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In this month's Q and A podcast, BBC Click radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers life's big questions, including "What's the future of the internet?" and "Can you 'bank' sleep in advance?".

Focus magazine - August 2011

8/2/2011
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Neutron research at the ILL nuclear reactor; Dallas Campbell's top moments from the new series of Bang Goes the Theory; BBC Click radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers your questions.

Focus magazine - Summer 2011

7/1/2011
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Theoretical physicist and author Michio Kaku on our lives in 2050 and BBC Click radio presenter Gareth Mitchell answers your questions.
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