What is your favourite animal? In recognition of the UN's "World Wildlife Day", Liz Waid and Mike Procter look at koalas from Australia. People love these small, furry grey animals, but koalas are in danger.
Megan Nollet and Bruce Gulland tell us about the horseshoe crab and the significant role they play in the medical industry.
In recognition of the UN's "International Week of Science and Peace", Colin Lowther and Alice Irrizary talk about the DART project and how scientists are working on a future planetary defense system.
What can people do about the problem of pollution? In recognition of UN's "International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies" today, listen to Adam Navis and Liz Waid tell about a film that looks at the problems of dealing with pollution in China.
Do you like to eat insects? Anne Muir and Liz Waid look at this important food source. Eating insects may even save the world!
Roger Basick and Katy Blake talk about the history of the automobile and the present and future advancements in technology.
Liz Waid and Ryan Geertsma look at the lives of honey hunters in India. This dangerous tradition provides thick, sweet honey.
Would you eat meat that is created in a laboratory? Bruce Gulland and Liz Waid explain how in vitro meat is made and the positive and negative aspects of the process!
Does your country discuss about climate change and the problems it may be causing? Is your country doing anything to think of solutions? Colin Lowther and Megan Nollet talk about how The Netherlands is working together to make a difference.