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The award winning Science Weekly is the best place to learn about the big discoveries and debates in biology, chemistry, physics, and sometimes even maths. From the Guardian science desk  Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin &  Nicola Davis meet the great thinkers and doers in science and technology. Science has never sounded so good! We'd love to hear what you think, so get in touch via @guardianaudio or

Customer Reviews

Weakly podcast on "those scientists"

This podcast is really a bunch of blokes who have been half-listening to Science Friday and Scipod and so on, sitting around, giving their opinions. If you want to see science through the lens of a bunch of (male) journos having a natter, then this is for you. If you're interested in the source material, look elsewhere.

Mixed Results

This is a kind of strange one - opens up all ladish and in your face...Rock Music and "coming at ya from Farringdon Road".... and then slips into a overly sincere, slightly school teacher tone. It's still quite new so has plenty of time to develop and the Guardian journalists clearly know their stuff, but I think the problem is that they want to be Chris Moyles rather than finding their own voice. Great paper, so hope they can improve.

The best science show around

Right on Geoff Taylor! I have a limitedish knowledge of science, but this is accesible, fun, intelligent, and really varied. Last week they did something on the science of flirting; the week before they had someone who reckons we can all live forever. But the show also tackles the big issues like the space race, stem cells, and Creationism, so don't think that this is all just a laugh. I first checked out the show out at the start of year after a friend told me that they have a guy who sings songs about the week's science news: amazing (and you don't get that on New Scientist). All the guys know their stuff, and they're not afraid to laugh at their own geekiness. If all science teachers took this sort of tone, we wouldn't have the crisis we do in the subject. Well done Alok and co (and nice hair, btw!)