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CBC Radio: Quirks and Quarks Complete Show Podcast by Bob McDonald

CBC Radio: Quirks and Quarks Complete Show Podcast

by Bob McDonald

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One of the best science podcasts available is Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio. Host Bob McDonald speaks with scientists around the globe about the latest in science, technology, medicine and the environment. They feature two podcast feeds: one of the complete hour-long show and one that breaks the show up into its three or four topical segments. Subscribe to this podcast from CBC Radio.


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CBC Radio's Science Program. Join host Bob McDonald each week to find out the latest in science, technology, medicine and the environment. Covering the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom...and everything in between.


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No New Podcasts For This Summer

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Thu, Jun 30, 2016


There are no new podcasts for the Summer, programs are rebroadcasts from earlier this season.

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Aphantasia: Missing Your Mind's Eye, plus, Mission To Jupiter, The Whale Microbiome, and more - 2016/06/25

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016


Aphantasia: When The Mind's Image Is Missing, Juno Arrives At Jupiter, Floating Poop Reveals Secrets Of Whale Evolution, Mammoths Were Promiscuous Pachyderms, Hot Young Planet Snuggles Up to A Star.

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Science From Animal Selfies, plus, Light Polution Blocks Out The Milky Way For Most People On The Planet, and more - 2016/06/18

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Fri, Jun 17, 2016


Ocean Plastic Is Fake Food For Baby Fish, Boreal Forest May Find Safety in Quebec, Rabbitfish Pairs Coordinate Look-out Behaviour, For Many The Milky Way Is Out Of Sight, Candid Creatures - Science From Animal Selfies.

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The Nature Of Sex, plus, Electric Eels Send Shockwaves Onto Land, Fish Recognise Human Faces, and more - 2016/06/11

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Fri, Jun 10, 2016


Electric Eels Leap To Make Shocking Attacks, Fish Can Recognize Human Faces, Peublo People Lugged Logs For Leagues, LISA Pathfinder Holds Space Very Still, The Nature Of Sex.

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Making A Cardboard House, plus, Squid and Octopus Get A Grip on Climate Change, Arctic Fox Are Good Gardeners, and more - 2016/06/04

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Fri, Jun 03, 2016


Keeping Off The Rain With A Cardboard Roof, Arctic Fox Turns Stark Tundra Into Green Space, Squid and Octopus Thrive in Changing Oceans, The Antarctic Did Not Escape The Mass Extinction, Exercise Can Impair Your Eyesight, Moths Tell Bats They Taste Nasty.

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Meerkats: Survival Of The Fattest, plus, A Horned Dinosaur With A Story To Tell, Supernovae In Our Cosmic Backyard, and more - 2016/05/28

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Fri, May 27, 2016


Meerkats Compete In Survival of Fattest, Purple Martins Keep Invasive Ants In Check, Helpless Babies Make For Smart Parents, Arctic Warming Shrinks The Red Knot Bird, Spectacular Horned Dinosaur Joins The Club, Supernovae Shrapnel Hits Our Solar System.

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Suffering Stings For Science, plus An Autonomous Surgical Robot Makes A Stitch In Time, and more - 2016/05/21

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Fri, May 20, 2016


Robot Surgeon Does Suturing Better Than Humans, Underwater Archaeology Confirms Early Humans In Americas, Plankton Drunk On Algae Take Life Threatening Risks, Giraffe Genome Tells A Tall Tale, The Sting Of The Wild.

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The Search For Life On Other Planets Widens, plus, The Connection Between Dung Beetles and Dinosaurs, and more - 2016/05/14

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Fri, May 13, 2016


Kepler Confirms A Thousand Planets, Earthworms Threaten Forest Diversity, Dung Beetles Diversified By Dining on Dinosaur Droppings, Humans Get Lousy Mileage Compared To Apes, African Frogs Face Fatal Infection, Early Humans in Europe Had A Rocky Road.

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The Science Of Wildfires - Why The Fires This Year Seem To Be Stronger, Bigger and More Dangerous, plus, Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals Are?, and more - 2016/05/07

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Fri, May 06, 2016


Fort McMurray And The Future Of Fire, Labrador Retiever's Obesity is Genetic, Ritual Holes Cut In Human Skulls 6,000 Years Ago, Tiny Star Has Triplet Planets, Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals Are?

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The Amazon River's Coral Secret, plus, Baby Dinosaurs With Adult Proportions, A Plant That Attracts Ants To Fend Off Attackers, and more - 2016/04/30

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Fri, Apr 29, 2016


Amazon River Hiding A Massive Reef Ecosystem, Tiny Titanosaur With Perfect Proportions, The Peacock Makes Eye Contact With Its Tail, Priests And Traders Collected Climate Date 600 Years Ago, Plant Bleeds Nectar To Recruit Ant Bodyguards.

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The Great Coral Reef Deathwatch, plus, A Difficult Childhood Leads To A Shorter Life - Even For a Baboon, and more - 2016/04/23

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Fri, Apr 22, 2016


Coral Catastrophe On Christmas Island Reefs, Seeds Saved Dinosaur Birds From Mass Extinction, BC Tree Regaining Carbon Sink Role, Difficult Childhood Makes Baboon Lives Briefer, The Serengeti Rules.

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Reusable Rockets And Our Future In Space, plus, A Brain Bypass Allows A Quadriplegic To Move His Hand, and more - 2016/04/16

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Fri, Apr 15, 2016


Neural Bypass Allows Paralysed Man To Move His Hand, Mysterious Stone Jars May Have Held Human Remains, Not A Planet-Not A Star-So what Is It Really?, SpaceX Sticks The Landing-And Sticks It To The Competition.

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Human Sacrifice And The Historic 1%, plus, Invasive Water Flea Threatens The Great Lakes, Melting Permafrost Threatens The Arctic, and more - 2016/04/09

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Fri, Apr 08, 2016


Human Sacrifice Built Complex Civilizations, Invasive Spiny Water Flea Has A Cost, Stone-age Humans Imported Deer To Scottish Islands, A Fossil Fills Gaps In Spider Evolution, Permafrost Is Thawing Faster Than Expected, Breaking Rocks With The Hot Sun.

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Black Hole Blues (and Other Songs From Outer Space), plus Not Tonight Dear: Beetle Moms Zap Their Male Partners With An Anti-Aphrodisiac, and more - 2016/04/02

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Fri, Apr 01, 2016


"Hobbits" Were Older Than We Thought, Female Beetles Use Anti-aphrodisiac to Turn Off The Sex, Adorable Prairie Dogs Become Serial Killers, Epic Ant Battles End In Sudden Truce, Black Hole Blues.

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Aurora - In Search Of The Northern Lights, plus, Baby Monkeys Get Big Or Get Eaten, The Mystery Of The Tully Monster Is Solved, and more - 2016/03/26

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Thu, Mar 24, 2016


Tully Monster Mystery Solved, Baby Monkeys Change Coats Quickly To Avoid Infanticide, Super Spiral Galaxies Are Beautiful Giants, Why Do Chimps Throw Stones At Trees?, Aurora - In Search Of The Northern Lights.

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Meet T-Regina: The First Fossil From a Pregnant T-Rex, plus How T-Rex Got So Big, Mighty Mites Set A Land Speed Record, and more - 2016/03/19

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Fri, Mar 18, 2016


First Fossil Evidence Of A Pregnant T-Rex, T-Rex Had To Get Smart Before It Got Big, Young Children Invent Tools - Just Like Great Apes, Mites Are The Fastest Land Animal, Nitrogen Fertilizer Leaves Legacy In Deep Soil, Pluto Shows A New Face.

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Drilling Deep for What Doomed The Dinosaurs, plus The World's Oldest Land Fossil, How Our Brains Are Made for Music, and more - 2016/03/12

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Fri, Mar 11, 2016


Drilling For What Doomed the Dinosaurs, Dragonflies Are World Travelers, Oldest Fossil of a Land-dwelling Organism, Birds Pay A Price For Alligator Protection, Our Brains Are Tuned For Music, Plants Glue On Sand For Armour.

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What Is The Secret Of Our Success?, plus Raccoons Learn There's Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself, A Lack Of Sleep Leads To False Confessions, and more - 2016/03/05

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Fri, Mar 04, 2016


Victoria Kaspi - Herzberg Gold Medal Winner, Restoring Ecosystems With Fear, Sleep Deprivation Can Result in False Confessions, Wolves' Call Of The wild Comes in Different Dialects, The Secret Of Our Success.

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Sex In The Sea, plus A New Telescope Gives Astronomers X-ray Eyes, A Giant, Flightless Bird Once Roamed The Arctic, and more - 2016/02/27

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Fri, Feb 26, 2016


Giant, Flightless Bird Lived In The Arctic 50 Million Years Ago, Canadian Astronomers Get New X-ray Eyes On The Skies, Bouncing, Baby Humpback Whales, Ants Locked In Mortal Combat For 99 Million Years, Sex In The Sea.

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8 New Techologies That Will Transform Medicine ... a Full-edition Special - 2016/02/20

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Fri, Feb 19, 2016


Tricorder Screening Device, Temporary Tattoo Screening Sensor For Diabetes, Breathalyzer For Cancer Detection, Anti-bleeding Gel, Tongue Zapper for Brain Stimulation, 3D-Printer Joints, Smart-E Pants For Bed Sores, Brain Implants to Monitor Swelling.

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The Universe Is Waving At Us, plus Songbirds Know Practise Makes Perfect, Horses Read Between The Lines of Your Face, and more - 2016/02/13

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Fri, Feb 12, 2016


Gravitational Waves Shake The Universe, Songbirds Practice Their Love Song During The Off-Season, Neanderthal Genes Leave Unhealthy Legacy, Horses Can Read Human Faces, Early Human Relative Was Weak In The Jaw, Devil's Hole Pupfish Survives In The Desert.

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100 Million Years Of Food, plus, Sorting Out The Relationship Between Zika and Microcephaly, Tracking Some Dancing Dinosaurs, and more - 2016/02/06

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Fri, Feb 05, 2016


The Virus Outbreak - From Aedes to Zika, Dinosaurs Might Have Danced for Mates, Ancient Wildebeest Cousin With A Dinosaur Horn, Songbirds' Range Get Squeezed By Climate Change, 100 Million Years Of Food.

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The Planet Remade: Risks And Rewards of Geo-engineering Our Climate, plus Brain Imaging and PTSD, Polly Wants A Toolbox, and more - 2016/01/30

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Fri, Jan 29, 2016


The Last Giant Ocean Crocodile, Exploring The Brains of PTSD Sufferers, Parrot Tool Use Is A Grind, Eavesdropping on the Sounds of a Rainforest, The Planet Remade - Through Geo-engineering.

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