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Journey Through the Enchanted Cambodian Night Markets!
June 21st, 2024

Join us as we welcome Mr. Sayon from the United Cambodian Community!

June 21st, 2024

Kellogg's football camps  

AmazeLab Update
June 21st, 2024

It’s Eddie’s Launchpads!

The Best Biscuit Crunch
June 21st, 2024

This week we learn all about the Week Junior reader survey on politics, what makes the best biscuit crunch and should we have bright packaging on treats? 

The Gingerbread Man
June 21st, 2024

Listen to genius storyteller Jason Buck tell this funny tale of the Gingerbread Man complete with great animal sound effects. This story, about a plucky little Gingerbread man who leapt out of the oven and ran away – was published in the US in 1875 and its European counterpart: The Runaway Pancake was published in the late 1800’s and they’re still going strong. Jason’s version has a delightful twist in the tale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

June 21st, 2024

Summer Noodler – Silencing the Crunch! Sponsored by the Donald Zonshine Family Foundation, putting a song in the heart of those who need it the most.

245: Hermit Crab & Flamingo
June 21st, 2024

Ellen comes out of her shell with hermit crabs & Christian is tickled pink by flamingos. In this week’s beach episode, we discuss vacancy chains, shell economies, crustacean diss tracks, Florida postcards, and making new enemies in a flamboyance.

The Kid Scientists’ Galapagos Adventure
June 21st, 2024

This is an encore of one of our favorite episodes from Season 5! If you’d like to help us choose our next episode, go to our Patreon and VOTE! You don’t have to pledge to support us in order to vote, but if you do we’d appreciate it a ton! What’s it like to be a kid doing experiments in one of the most famous science places in the world? Oscar and Mae Johnson were nine and twelve when they traveled to the Galapagos Islands with their scientist dad. The Galapagos are isolated tropical islands made famous by Charles Darwin, who came up with the theory of evolution based on his research there. Mae and Oscar followed in Darwin’s footsteps. With help from their parents, they conducted their own research and got it published in a scientific journal – a big deal for scientists of every age! Hear Mae and Oscar tell their own story of science discovery in this episode. 

412. Train Game: a relaxation and tale for kids
June 21st, 2024

James is sad that it's too rainy to play at the park. But Julia has an idea for a super-fun indoor game.

Emma of Normandy (Radio Edit)
June 21st, 2024

Greg Jenner is joined by Professor Elizabeth Tyler and comedian Jen Brister in early medieval England to learn all about Queen Emma of Normandy. Emma was wife to two English kings – Aethelred and Cnut – and mother to two more, Harthacnut and Edward the Confessor. She was a key player in the complex politics of 11th-Century England, and symbolised the overlapping English, Norman and Scandinavian identities at play in England even before the Norman conquest of 1066. This episode traces Emma’s life from her childhood in Normandy, through her marriages to the English Aethelred and Danish Cnut, and into her final years as mother to the king. Along the way, it explores Emma’s political savvy, and the messy family relationships that shaped early medieval English history.

Do octopuses have brains?
June 21st, 2024

Octopuses are some of the most incredible animals on Earth. They have three hearts and their blood is blue! Plus, they can taste and smell things with the suction cups on their powerful arms. But do octopuses have brains? We asked wildlife expert Paul Bartell to help us find the answer.

The Code Breaker
June 21st, 2024

There’s nothing more fun than solving math puzzles — the more complicated, the better! Sometimes, you find math problems easier to understand than people. And when the world is in crisis, your ability to crack the code might just save humanity as we know it.

WeWow Summer Week 2024 – Day 5: Freezer Burned (6/21/24)
June 21st, 2024

It’s Day 5 of WeWow Summer Week! Dennis and Reggie find Mindy in her ice cream truck, plus an encore episode, “Now Watch Me Drip Drip! The Science of Slower Melting Ice Cream” For more ways to WOW your summer, visit! And don’t forget to tell us all about your summer WOWs, call us at 1-888-7WOW-WOW for a chance to be featured this summer!

Solar Panel Failure| Part 3
June 21st, 2024

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Bitz & Bob: Finding Out – Sewage
June 21st, 2024

Bitz & Bob send Edward, Advit, Charlie and Daisy to the Slough Sewage Works to find out about the invention of the sewage system. Engineer Sarah gives them a tour and tells them lots of fun facts about sewage! #CBeebiesRadio

S10E9 – Ancients: They’re Just Like Us!
June 21st, 2024

Oh Muses! We are looking back at what ancient people have left us. In this episode we encounter bad customer reviews, the names of ancient dogs, vibes-based history, daily life in the ancient world, and some fun stories that aren’t true. You can listen to Greeking Out two weeks early and ad free on Wondery+! What’s that? You want another book? Okay!:

Teen rex and top blokes
June 21st, 2024

Pop on your protective gear, today’s episode starts down at the racetrack with a Brisbane kid and her need for speed.

Queens who ruled India (2): Nur Jahan – the empress who ruled from behind a curtain
June 21st, 2024

At its height, the Mughal empire was the richest in the world. Akbar's son Jahangir ascended the throne after his death. Jahangir was addicted to opium and alcohol, amongst other things. His wife Nur Jahan won his confidence. She was a remarkable woman who managed to keep her husband away from many of his vices. Thanks to her courage and intelligence, she won the loyalty of the nobles in the court and thus wielded much power in the kingdom.

Koala Moon FAQs ⭐️ How to join Koko Club!
June 20th, 2024

Hey everybody! Abbe here with a quick announcement to answer some of your questions about Koko Club. 

June 20th, 2024

Dan and Michael are going down under to hunt for a thylacine. Also known as the tasmanian tiger or tasmanian wolf, could this supposedly extinct creature actually be secretly lurking in the nation’s forests? 

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