Christmas Special 24 Dec 12
Mon, 24 Dec 12
Duration: 29 mins
Brian Cox and Robin Ince get into the Christmas spirit as they look at the science of christmas behaviour.
Creating Life 17 Dec 12
Duration: 29 mins
Robin Ince and Brian Cox are joined by comedian Ed Byrne and science writers Adam Rutherford and Philip Ball to talk about science's quest to create life.
Brain Science 10 Dec 12
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Jo Brand and neuroscientist's Sophie Scott and Brian Butterworth to ask whether science will ever be able to really understand the human mind.
Secret Science: 03 Dec 12
Robin Ince and Brian Cox are joined by Simon Singh, Sue Black and comedian Dave Gorman to talk codes and secret science as they discuss the extraordinary achievements of Bletchley Park.
Improbable Science: 26 Nov 12
Robin Ince and Brian Cox are joined on stage by comedian Katy Brand, biologist Matthew Cobb and science editor and ignobel prize giver Marc Abrams to discuss improbable research and whether some areas of scientific research are just pointless.
19 Nov 12: Space Exploration
Brian Cox and Robin Ince talk space exploration with Sir Patrick Stewart, Ben Miller and Professor Monica Grady.
23 July 12: Art v Science
Duration: 28 mins
Brian Cox and Robin Ince pitch Science against Art at the Latitude Festival. With guests Al Murray, comedian and actor Sara Pascoe, Cosmologist Andrew Pontzen and particle physicist Jon Butterworth.
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16 July 12: Parallel Universes
Brian Cox, Robin Ince are joined by Professor Sir Martin Rees, Dr Lucie Green and QI creator John Lloyd to discuss the possibility of parallel universes.
09 Jul 12: Symmetry
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by mathematician Marcus Du Sautoy, biologist and broadcaster Adam Rutherford and graphic novelist Alan Moore to discuss all things symmetrical.
Mon 2 Jul 12: Does Size Matter?
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Andy Hamilton, materials scientist Mark Miodownik and engineer Eleanor stride to discuss whether size really matters?