Bee population decline, and what we can do about it.
Inherited and environmental characteristics.
Energy transfer, pressure, and the classic egg-in-a-bottle trick.
Is Cheddar Gorge really made of cheese? Ignoring the fact that nobody thinks it is, this team investigate anyway!
So you’ve got a *giant* balloon, what are you going to do with it? Wallop people with it, in the name of physics. Obviously.
What’s going on in the structure of silly putty that makes it behave the way it does?
Can you run faster with or without a parachute trailing behind you? We’d better do an experiment to check.
A field report on rock pools, and the range of creatures living in them.
Rockets, Newton’s laws, and Scottish weather.
The mammoth — could it be reintroduced, and would that be a good thing?
A demonstration gone wrong? How can this be? Can the superhero scientists solve the calamity?
Testing which clothing would be most suitable to wear on a rainy day.
An explosive tour into the fascinating world of capacitors with an electrifying finale.
Relative motion, and why it can be so hard to tell in which direction things are moving. Like rugby balls, for example.
A paper helicopter, and how its wings affects it behaviour.
Forensic science, SciCast-style
An explanation of resonant frequency and how it relates to the millennium bridge.
A look at the deer of Richmond Park.
An estimation exercise: how much water does a tree transpire?
A world-record attempt, and a serious investigation into the properties of materials. It is, it is, it is!