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April 2012: Extra: Alternative

In the show this time, Dr Christine Jordan tells about the computers that run the telescope and about the data processing at Jodrell Bank in the JodBite, we talk to Prof. Raman Prinja about stellar winds in massive stars, Dr Paulo Freire discusses testing alternative theories of gravity using pulsars and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Melanie Gendre.

The whole episode [Duration 61:48]:
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April 2012: Fooling No-one

In the show this month, Megan rounds up the latest news and we find out what's in the April night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 26:46]:
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The night sky for April 2012 [Duration 17:17]:
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In the final of the NAM special episodes, Mark rounds up the National Astronomy Meeting in Manchester:

The whole episode [Duration 32:14]:
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In the third of the NAM special episodes, Christina reports from day 3 of the National Astronomy Meeting in Manchester.

The whole episode [Duration 15:43]:
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NAM special episode from day 2 of the UK-Germany National Astronomy Meeting in Manchester:

    Dr Rob Simpson and Dr Chris Lintott from Oxford University talk to Jen about the Zooniverse.  Rob and Chris also mention the Milky Way Project, Galaxy Zoo Mergers, SETI Live and their podcast, Recycled Electrons.

The whole episode [Duration 15:00]:
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In the first of the NAM special episodes, Libby reports from day one of the National Astronomy Meeting in Manchester

The whole episode [Duration 11:59]:
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March 2012 Extra: The Light Side

In the show this time, Prof. Philippa Browning tells us about the upcoming National Astronomy Meeting and solar physics in the JodBite, we talk to Prof. Tom Shanks about cosmological theories that avoid the need for dark matter and dark energy and Dr Cristiano Sabiu discusses how to study the large-scale Universe using observation and theory. Your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Tim O'Brien and we round up some odds and ends from the sphere of astronomy.

The whole episode [Duration 73:09]:
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February 2012 Extra: Turtle

In the show this time, Dr Danielle Fenech tells us about starburst galaxies and we talk to Dr Ant Holloway about his role at Jodrell Bank in the JodBite. As always, your questions are answered by Dr Tim O'Brien and we round up some odds and ends from the world of astronomy.

The whole episode [Duration 48:19]:
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February 2012: Sweet

This time around, we talk to Dr Lucie Green about Solar activity and Dr Paul Woods tells us about a sweet molecule in space. Megan rounds up the latest news and we find out what's in the February night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 55:43]:
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January 2012 Extra: Bitten

In the show this time, Dr David Floyd tells us about quasar microlensing and we talk to Dr Tim O'Brien about his role at Jodrell Bank in the first JodBite. As always, your questions are answered by Dr Iain McDonald and we round up some odds and ends from the world of astronomy.

The whole episode [Duration 60:59]:
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January 2012: Now We Are Six

In our sixth birthday show, we talk to Professor Chris Collins about galaxy formation and we find out about molecules in space from Dr Serena Viti. Megan rounds up the latest news and we hear what we can see in the January night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 65:36]:
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