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Exploring the coolest and most incredible stuff in science, from way back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to a future where humans live in space! Fun Kids Science Weekly is hosted by Dan and is the perfect science podcast for kids and families everywhere. Each week, you'll find episodes from series like Deep Space High, Age of the Dinosaurs and Professor Hallux. There's also a special guest, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan - something scientific that’s also ...
 
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Why do we wheeze? And what makes the James Webb Telescope better than the Hubble Telescope? This week we have Dhara Patel from the National Space Centre to tell us just that, as well as how the Webb telescope takes such in depth images! In Science in the News this week we learn about the fossil of the earliest know predator in Leicester, and who it…
 
Is there evidence for a lost city? Why do we name storm names after people? We hear about the latest news on monkeys attacking people, a brand new space station, and the rise in JELLYFISH SWARMS! Dr Zoe Randle joins us to tell us more about the Big Butterfly Count and in Dangerous Dan its all about the BIGGEST thing in the Universe! As always Profe…
 
We find out the oldest animal in the world that lives in the UK! And in recent news we hear about a foxes favourite food.... beware its a bit stinky, and VERY GROSS. As always we are answering your questions, this week it is on boredom and sleep! Techno Mum takes on her Tech Trivia Quiz on Recycling this week, can you score better than her? And we …
 
This week's special guest opens up by telling us about how she gouges out fish eyes to find out where they've been, it's Anna from Ocean Travellers telling us about how they can find out where sea creatures move and how they live. Techno Mum is back in another Tech Trivia, this week it's all about energy while Professor Hallux examines bad breath. …
 
It's been hidden in plain sight for 100 years, but what could this discovery be? We hear from Connie Gray, Young Scientist of the Year who conducted research on bird feathers and staying on the bird theme in Dangerous Dan, we hear about a common UK bird gone rogue internationally. We answer your questions, this week its on why does hair turn grey? …
 
What actually is in our blood? Why can Cheetahs run so fast? Author Paul Ian Cross joins us to chat all the grossest things about the body from is book Bodies, Brains and Bogies. In Science in the News this week we learn about the first rocket NASA has launched outside of the USA, a spacecraft being built in the UK and a new secret we have learnt f…
 
How can we save our coral reefs, and why are they so important? Marine Biologist David Smith joins us this week to tell us exactly why and how we can help! We answer your questions on why we have such wrinkly fingers when we are in the bath too long. And we are joined by Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot for the last time this week, and it's all a…
 
How were our stone age ancestors able to watch their own movies? Archaeologist Andy Needham joins us this week to tell us exactly why. We answer your questions on What is a turtle shell made of? And why are diamonds unbreakable? And we are joined by Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot, this week its all about your ears! An ancient croc is the topic …
 
What is sweat made of? Why did Pangea separate? In the news this week we hear about the worlds biggest plant, robotic hospitals and the food fight of the Megalodon. In Dangerous Dan it's all about the exploding carpenter ant and we are joined by Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot who tell us what happens in A&E and we learn all about the craters an…
 
Scientists Gertrud and Angela join us this week to discuss their study on how Dolphins are using their own skincare in coral reefs and we answer your questions on why drinking glasses make music and what actually happens in a black hole! A dangerous stink is the subject of Dangerous Dan and we catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot, and t…
 
In this weeks Science Weekly we hear about a humungous hurricane season and why NASA are listening to Marsquakes. We also answer the questions Why is Water See-through and Why do We Yawn? In Dangerous Dan this week its about one of the fieriest and deadliest mushrooms around - he's not a fungi! We learn about broken bones with Professor Hallux and …
 
Explorer, paleoanthropologist and evolutionary biologist Ella Al-Shamahi joins us this week to chat about where we may see the earth in 7 years time and her defying new show Our Changing Planet! In Science in the News we hear about the Mars Rovers latest progress in its expedition and we answer your questions, this week we find out why we get sore …
 
Kevin Yates from the National Space Centre joins us to talk about a brand new gallery all about satellite data on Earth! In Science in the News we hear about a lucky 6 year old fossil hunter who found a 20 million year old shark tooth, and a fireball that was spotted over the UK! We answer your questions, this week we find out how we could survive …
 
We hear all about the biggest triceratops ever found called Big John from Professor Ruggero Danastasio to chat about the incredible wounds this beast endured and what we can learn from this. In Science in the News we hear about no mow may and new information with the life expectancy of dogs.... can you guess which breed has the longest life expecta…
 
The Urban Birder David Lindo joins us this week to chat all about the secret world of birds, and we learn the difference between a dove and a pigeon! (You'll never guess!) In Science In The News we find out about how we could be growing meat in space and why?! We answer your questions, this week we found out why whales blow up when they pass away o…
 
Best selling author, scientist and philanthropist Lucy Hawking joins us this week to chat about climate change which is the subject of her brand new book, Princess Olivia Investigates the Wrong Weather. We hear about who has been named Champ of the Earth in Science in the News, and answer the question: Why Do We Sneeze? We also catch up with Profes…
 
Professor, astronomer and award winning author Raman Prinja joins us to talk all about the Wonders of the Night Sky, what amazing things we can learn from looking up at the stars and how we can do this from our own home. In Science In The News we find out about a fossilised Dino leg that may have been created during one of the meteorite crashes and…
 
Doctor, presenter and award winning author Dr Ranj teaches us how to train our brains this week, we hear about how a ROBOT BOAT is monitoring the biggest volcanic explosion in 100 years, and answer the question: Why Are Cats Eyes Mostly Black? We also catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot in their Map of Medicine, and hear about the fear…
 
A very special guest who's job is to look into the future as a futurist, Ian Pearson joins the podcast to talk about what we can expect in 2052 (hopefully there isn't any Zombie Insects, which we learn all about in this weeks Dangerous Dan!) We also catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot in their Map of Medicine, explore under the sea in …
 
A very special guest, Steve Backshall, joins the podcast to talk about his new live show and his life on the Deadly shows over the years! We also catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot in their Map of Medicine, explore under the sea in Age of the Dinosaurs and answer more of your questions including exploding stars! See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Ben Garrod, presenter, biologist and author joins us to chat about the animals that no longer exist and those that are currently endangered this week! Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanabot are back this week too and they have all the information for us about opticians and how our eyes work! Dan also answers your questions this week on how glasses work…
 
Dr George McGavin has been all around the world exploring insects and discovering new species - he joins us on this week's podcast. Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanabot are back this week too and they have all the information for us about vaccines and how they work! Also this week we're exploring the cretaceous climate in Age of the Dinosaurs, findin…
 
How does a rocket take off? Honourees of the Blavatnik Awards Anja Schmidt and Sonja Vernes chat to us about their amazing work on volcanos and climate change and what we can learn from putting bats in recording studios! We learn about the eating habits of carnivores and herbivores in the Jurassic Period in Age of the Dinosaurs! And we open wide wh…
 
Why can't we see in the dark? How do we make something hotter than the sun? Dr Hannah Willet joins us to tell us about how she is making a reactor 6 times hotter than the sun and what this means for the future of energy. We take to the skies in age of the dinosaurs to discover how dinosaurs first gained flight! And we catch up with Professor Hallux…
 
How would aliens communicate with us, and how will we find out if they do? NASA and SETI scientist Ann Marie Cody joins us to chat more about how she finds signals from other planets, and how an intelligent race might contact us! We dive deep under the oceans to find out about the dinosaurs that existed under the sea in a herd in Age of the Dinosau…
 
Who could our Mission Transmission message reach? And how will we make sure aliens understand our message? Astronomers from the Royal Observatory, Tania de Sales Marques and Patricia Skelton join us this week to answer all of your burning space questions! We find out whether it's more beneficial to be alone as a dinosaur or in a herd in Age of the …
 
Who could our Mission Transmission message reach? And what exactly is a lightyear? Astrophysicist Paul Sutter joins us this week to answer space questions and more! We start 2 new series this week, jump back in time to the home of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and we catch up with Professor Hallux who takes us through some of the amazing medical profession…
 
Who could our Mission Transmission message reach? And how long does it take to get to the nearest star? Greg Brown, astronomer from the Royal Observatory answers these questions and more about what is closest to us in the universe in this week's Science Weekly podcast. We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who wants to hear what YOU would put in a gre…
 
Creator of the Golden Record, Jon Lomberg joins us in this week's Science Weekly podcast to chat all about how he created a message that aliens could understand, and we hear from Flex at the We Are Curious Museum in Bristol to find out more about what is on the Golden Record! We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British…
 
SpaceSpeak's Peter Beery joins us in this week's Science Weekly podcast to chat all about how he is sending our Mission Transmission message into space and we hear how you can go to space with Mission Transmission! We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists - this week its about the inventor of the toilet! …
 
NASA's Astronaut Candidate Jack Hathaway joins us in this week's Science Weekly podcast to chat all about his journey to become an astronaut and we also hear how you can go to space with Mission Transmission! We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists - this week its about William Jenkins and Lucy Hughes. W…
 
Astronauts, Doctors and Prime Ministers join us in this special best 2021 episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly! Boris Johnson answers your climate questions, Tim Peake chats about his life in space and Adam Kay joins us to give us some really gross body facts! We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists an…
 
Catherine from the National Space Centre joins Dan for this week's Science Weekly podcast to chat all about earths planetary defence system and how it works to deflect asteroids. We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists - this week its Eugene Rimmell and James Dyson. Whilst the deadly (and festive!) Vampi…
 
Vaccine creator and Scientist Katie Ewer joins Dan for this week's Science Weekly podcast talking the science behind vaccines and why snot and scabs are so important! We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists - this week its Sir Charles Wheatstone and Sir Jonathon Hive. Whilst the deadly velvet ant is the …
 
Andrew Gordus joins Dan for this week's Science Weekly podcast talking about the amazing science behind spiders webs and why they weave them. We catch up with Sidney McSprocket who is teaching us about Great British Scientists - this week its Harrison and Oluwaseyi Sosanya. Whilst the hottest ocean are the subject of Dangerous Dan. In Kareena's Che…
 
Anne Wignall joins Dan for this week's Science Weekly podcast talking about the history and importants of the assassin bug and how it uses taps to calm its prey. We catch up with Sidney McSprockett who's teaching us about great british scientists, this week its Babbage, Lovelace and Berners Lee. In Karina's Chemistry we find out about how we can he…
 
Science in the news this week is the biggest news from the last month from one of the most important people - we speak to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson about COP26. Also this week we answer more of your questions, Sir Sidney McSprocket joins us to tell us about a Great British Mind, we find out about ducklings and K-Mistry is exploring about chem…
 
This week we have so many friends joining us from Maddie Moate to Professor Hallux and even Techno Mum! Plus we've got questions about clouds and ears, cows are in the news because Morrisons are feeding them seaweed to help fight climate change and COP-26 is finishing up. Maddie Moate's new book is called Stuff: Eco-Stories of Everyday Stuff, liste…
 
Friend of the show and amazing author Christopher Lloyd joins us to teach us all about COP26 and how we can be more sustainable in our daily lives to help fight climate change. We catch up with Professor Hallux who's building a human body and today its all about noses! Whilst a sea scorpion the size of a dog is the subject of Dangerous Dan. In Tech…
 
Michelle Hicks, rollercoaster engineer and founder of Firefly Creations, joins Dan for this week's Science Weekly podcast talking about the science behind rollercoasters! We catch up with Professor Hallux who's building a human body and today is working on the teeth, whilst a pretty pink mantis is the subject of Dangerous Dan. In TechnoMum we find …
 
Ever wondered how time works? Dan speaks to one of the STEM Superealos James Young about a competition challenging YOU to design their own superhero gadget that can make a positive impact on the world around them. The winner will have a real-life prototype of their gadget made and be transposed into the comic strip. To find out more about this year…
 
Do birds pee? How does the heart work? Dan chats to Matthew Wooler in Alaska to learn all about the lifecycle of a mammoth and what we can learn from just looking at their trunk! If you have a science question you want answering! Get in touch at funkidslive.com! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Why are we seeing more spiders? How do touch screens work? Author of Everything Under the Sun and QI Elf Molly Oldfield joins us on the podcast to uncover the answers to some amazing science questions and we learn all about the deadliest and cutest creature there is! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Dino Dan, Alkaline Alyssa, and Narwhal Nina discuss how the standard of "good education" is changing in cultures around the world. We take an up-close look at major education reforms going on in China, and discuss how High Touch High Tech's mission to share fun learning experiences with kids everywhere aligns with global shifts in educational prior…
 
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