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Created by: RTÉjr

Ireland 6-1011+

Started: March 22nd, 2022

Status: Active, 16 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Recent Episodes

Ep 15 – How do dolphins sleep without drowning?
0:10:04 | June 30th, 2022

It’s a tricky situation that dolphins use their brains to solve! Featuring children from Ballyboy National School in Co. Offaly, Collie Ennis, co-host of The Critter Shed podcast and Marine biologist Stefano Mariani.

Ep 14 – Why do we have seasons?
0:10:04 | June 23rd, 2022

A straight question with a wonky answer! Featuring children from Ballyboy National School in Co. Offaly and Biologist Kiri Spanowicz.

Ep 13 – Why don’t plastics dry off in the dishwasher?
0:09:54 | June 16th, 2022

A soggy question with a heavyweight answer. Featuring children from Ballyboy National School in Co. Offaly, Biologist Marie Förg and Professor Padraig Dunne at UCD School of Physics.

Ep 12 – Why do we have earwax?
0:09:21 | June 9th, 2022

We could also ask, what does earwax have in common with snot and why do we have them? Featuring children from Ballyboy National School in Co. Offaly and Biologist Kiri Spanowicz

Ep 11 – Why does your hair stand up?
0:09:41 | June 1st, 2022

A look into the building blocks of the universe. Atoms! Featuring children from St. Nicholas Parochial School in Galway and Biologist. Kiri Spanowicz

Ep 10 – Why does a compost heap get smaller?
0:10:40 | May 26th, 2022

Why microorganisms are superheroes, and why you shouldn’t rake up leaves. Featuring children from St. Nicholas Parochial School in Galway and Biologist Marie Förg.

Ep 9 – Why do we pant when we run?
0:09:43 | May 19th, 2022

How does oxygen help us run faster, and how do we make muscles? Featuring children from St. Nicholas Parochial School in Galway. And Biologist Kiri Spanowicz.




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Created by: RTÉjr
Started: March 22nd, 2022
Status: Active, 16 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

Ireland6-1011+
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