Updated (Friday lunchtime): We’ve added on a segment on the latest news surrounding the Twitter Joke Trial featuring interviews with Paul Chambers himself, David Allen Green and John Cooper QC (Paul’s legal team), Al Murray and Louise Mensch.T
This week: Why some colic treatments have been smacked down as rubbish, why we shouldn’t jump to conclusions about the Aurora shooter, why government policy could use some control trials, what happened at Winchester Science Festival, Cyborgs, Olympics, and Dinosaurs!
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Colic Treatments (2:07) by Dr*T
Aurora and Autism (10:25) by Tannice Pendegrasse
Test Learn Adopt (17:40) by Prateek Buch
Winchester Science Festival (24:32) by Liz Lutgendorff and James O’Malley
(ft Tori Herridge, Anna Scaife, and Sheila Kanani)
Cyborgs and McDonalds (39:46) by Alex Fitch
Performance Enhancing Drugs (49:22) by Salim Fadhley
Dinosaur Dinners (55:35) by Kash Farooq (ft Dave Hone)