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This is an Episodic show. You can listen to it in any order, but episode one is always a great place to start.

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On this award winning show with Molly Oldfield discover the answers to three questions sent into Everything Under The Sun by children around the world!

First up we have Enzo’s question why are insects good for the planet? Answered by Gavin Broad, curator of the insect collection at the Natural History Museum in London

We also discover why bees have yellow and black stripes, answering Xavier’s question. Finally, we find out the answer to Astrid’s question, why is baby poo yellow?

Enjoy the show!

Do check out Molly’s book filled with 366 of your wonderful questions, one for every day of the year. You can find out about it here:

www.mollyoldfield.com/everything-under-the-sun

and more info is on social media

@mollyoldfieldwrites and @everythingunderthesunpod on instagram

and @mollyoldfield on twitter

Thank you! Have a lovely week!


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