Rob and Grant talk about volcanoes, LEGO, and planets around Tau Ceti. Theres also plankton, and image metadata issues, on the ISS.
Podcast 116 (28.6mb, mp3)
The Best-Smelling Graduate School Chris and Rob talk about Rosetta (what a surprise), perspective-changing images, and how to listen-in on conversations using a crisp packet and a video camera.Podcast 115 (31.8mb, mp3)
My Equally Esteemed Colleague
Chris and Grant talk about Russian Gecko space sex, driverless cars, the changing Milky Way and much much more.
Podcast 114 (37.5mb, mp3)
A Potato and a Yam
Chris and Rob discuss Rosetta and its Rubber Duck comet. We also talk about where else in the solar system do you get total solar eclipses, and how were finally going to start naming exoplanets.
Podcast 113 (28.5 mb, mp3)
Sport of the Choice
Rob and Chris are facing a content-free week of very little astronomy news so have resorted to this. Apologies for the occasional audio glitch o this weeks episode.
Podcast 112 (26.0 mb, mp3)
Rob and Chris are fresh back from the 2014 National Astronomy Meeting in Portsmouth with news of black holes, hacks, comedy, and Titan.
Podcast 111 (12.3 mb, mp3)
Extremely European Telescope
Rob and Chris talk about social machines, Saturn, and shadows behind Jupiter. Theres a comet quietening down and a moon stinking things up.
Podcast 110 (17.6 mb, mp3)
In a World
Rob and Chris talk about BICEP2 coverage, Turing tests and crashing planets together. Curiosity is back in the news and we take several questions from The Listener
Podcast 109 (15.5 mb, mp3)
Rob and Chris talk about BICEP2 (again), exoplanets, and LEGO! Which ice-cream analogy is right for your planet: we discuss.
Podcast 108 (25.5 mb, mp3)
Headed by Christopher Nolan
Rob and Grant discuss old spacecraft and old TV shows. We also ponder 1994: the year humanity peaked in both space and at the Oscars.
Podcast 107 (35.4 mb, mp3)