Climate grief 2 - Singer-songwriter Missy Higgins
54:07 | May 16thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Missy describes the emotions – and the science – that have inspired her songs about her grief for our rapidly changing climate.
53:52 | May 9thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
This is a time, not only for information and policy, but for emotion. How are all of us, not just the scientists, but the musicians, priests, schoolkids, even the comedians dealing with possible globa...Show More
A tribute to Australian doctor Catherine Hamlin who dedicated her life to helping young African women damaged by traumatic births
54:07 | May 2ndMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Catherine Hamlin was born in Sydney. She worked in Ethiopia pioneering medical treatment for young women damaged by unsuccessful childbirth. In 2000, Pauline Newman visited Catherine Hamlin and her fa...Show More
PREVIEW RN Presents — Hot Mess: Why haven’t we fixed climate change?
04:41 | Apr 28thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
It has been just over three decades since warnings were first raised about global warming. The 20 hottest years on record have all occurred in the last quarter century. So why aren’t we serious about ...Show More
Jane Goodall, Christof Koch and an app to save dollars
53:51 | Apr 25thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
How can Jane Goodall have hope for the future, especially for the animals she loves, when the news about extinctions is so bleak? As The Hope, a 2-hour film about Jane and her life, is launched this w...Show More
Three superstars – and one’s only 18!
54:06 | Apr 18thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Patrick Webster was head boy at Albany Senior High and became deeply involved with the waters of SW Australia. Which led him to think about climate (yes, we are obsessed by the virus, but this is even...Show More
Asteroids chock full of water, multiverses, and our planet full of life – deep as you go!
54:07 | Apr 11thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
A large asteroid carrying plenty of water will be worth millions of dollars we’re told. But it’s not sloshing around. Instead, the water is carried in chemical form within the rocks themselves. Now Dr...Show More
A schoolgirl’s plea, a flying monster and kids on screens
54:06 | Apr 4thMore Details keyboard_arrow_right
Despite shutdowns caused by that virus, we are gaining little benefit in emissions reduction. Rebecca Ford, age 16, who’s at The Senior High School in Albany WA tells The Science Show why she is so c...Show More