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Created by: The Week Junior

UK

Started: March 23rd, 2021

Status: Active, 45 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Humans’ secret superpower
00:23:01 | Season: 5 |Episode: 1 | January 13th, 2023

Humans. We’re everywhere! But how did we become the most advanced species on the planet and what is it about humankind that makes us stand out from the rest?

Christmas Bonus episode: How? What? Why? Expert Answers to Crazy Questions Live at Cheltenham Literature Festival
00:55:27 | Season: 4 |Episode: 9 | December 23rd, 2022

Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Isabel Thomas, and Peter Gallivan answer some crazy questions live on stage at Cheltenham Literature Festival 2022, in this bonus Christmas edition of Mysteries of Science.

Your Mysteries: Chicken or the egg, wormholes, and more
00:19:51 | Season: 4 |Episode: 8 | December 9th, 2022

What came first, the chicken or the egg? It’s a question that’s puzzled people for centuries – including you! Dan and Michael sit down and answer some of your biggest mysteries of 2023. 

Inside the pyramids
00:21:36 | Season: 4 |Episode: 7 | November 25th, 2022

They’re the most recognisable symbols of Ancient Egypt and the only ancient wonder still in existence. Although some of the secrets of the pyramids have been unearthed, the Great Pyramid still holds many mysteries…

Climate change
00:26:23 | Season: 4 |Episode: 6 | November 11th, 2022

Right now, world leaders are gathering in Egypt at the COP27 climate conference to discuss what can be done about climate change… 

Ghost busting
00:19:38 | Season: 4 |Episode: 5 | October 28th, 2022

Halloween’s upon us and that means lots of creepy, spooky goings on… right?

Looking for Atlantis
00:21:03 | Season: 4 |Episode: 4 | October 14th, 2022

Atlantis. Just saying the name fills you with a sense of adventure. But where is it? And could a city really have sunk without a trace?

Is your computer smarter than you?
00:21:00 | Season: 4 |Episode: 3 | September 30th, 2022

You might have heard of something called AI – which stands for Artificial intelligence.




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Created by: The Week Junior
Started: March 23rd, 2021
Status: Active, 45 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

UK
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