Reliable witness - should repressed memories be allowed in court?; how to control the latest in wheelchairs; our place in the universe put in perspective; and a fiery little frog that knows how to stick up for itself.
What does it mean when the weather report says - winds will be up to 50kph and how much notice should we really take?; With planes and birds sharing our skies, how common are collisions and how can they be avoided?
A new kind of telescope will allow us to observe a whole host of astronomical phenomena, like gravitational waves. Plus how protective is safety motorcycle gear anyway? Mark Horstman lays his body on the line.
The Science of Meditation - can it really change you?
From infamous criminals, to powerful corporations, to some of the world's most successful athletes, meditation has never been so popular. But can it really make you smarter, happier and healthier? New research shows that it can affect the body as well as the mind, slow down the aging process, and even alter the structure of the brain. Dr Graham Phillips embarks on an eight week meditation course and undergoes a raft of rigorous brain tests and scans, to find out if the ancient art lives up to the current hype.
Could bottles, salvaged from a 220 year old Tasmanian ship wreck, contain the remnants of the world’s oldest beer?
UNBOILING AN EGG
Unboiling an egg’ technology leads to new discoveries in renewable energy.