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New Scientist TV

By New Scientist

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Description

Watch our monthly science vodcast where we take you on a tour of quirky events, new technology and the latest science research

Customer Reviews

Needs to 'sharpen up'

The video is very scratchy compared to most podcasts on here. The subjects are interesting in themselves but I find that the 'casts only scratch at the surface and give little of the doubtless intriguing science behind the discoveries. Can we have a podcast dedicated to one in-depth item please instead of the current tv culture of 'skimming' several in case you overtax our brains in the process? I'm all for it being accessible but sometimes I want to stretch a little to get there. The books on the top shelf always seem more interesting...
Cybermouse

Lacklustre

Whilst the content is interesting there's not really much science explained and the woman presenting is about as enthusiastic as a cow on the way to the abattoir. Disappointing.

Spice it up a bit

Some intresting things but others are just plain boring couldn't you just try 1thing per podcast

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