Belief in Dialogue is the British Council's global programme of activity aimed at developing an understanding between different communities around issues of diversity and culture. Opportunities for dialogue are aimed at breaking down barriers, creating trust and developing new perspectives on the key global challenges of the twenty first century.
Darwin Now was a project in 2009 that celebrated Charles Darwin's contribution to science on the anniversary of his birth and the publication of The Origin of Species. Find out about his life and the implications of his ideas today.
A group of doctors and researchers who run a weekly interactive science radio show. The shows can be downloaded as podcasts or listened to online and are also provided in text versions. A searchable archive lets you look for shows about the topics which interest you.
A partnership between Cambridge University and the British Association for the Advancement of Science, and it provides video streaming and podcasts of popular science lectures, interviews with scientists and short videos from Cambridge University Science Productions. It also includes events from the Cambridge Science Festival.
A weekly programme from the BBC World Service that looks at how technology is changing our lives.
This is the monthly science and technology magazine from the BBC. It has articles and interviews with scientists, as well as questions from the public.
The online learning portal from the Open University and the BBC. It offers podcasts of some of its programmes, including those with science-related themes, such as the ‘Ever wondered about food?’ series.
The UK’s national academy of science podcasts some of its public lectures and events.
Produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry, this podcast has interesting interviews and features, as well as analysis of science related news. Recent features include a discussion of nanoparticles to prevent wrinkles, and slimming pills for dogs.
This is a magazine style podcast which showcases Cancer Research UK's work. It includes interviews with researchers, patients and fundraisers.