The team behind The Week Junior's Science+Nature magazine investigate unexplained phenomenon with the help of expert guests.
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They look, sound, and might even move like someone you know – but they're not. Deepfakes are images, videos, and audio recordings that are increasingly used to trick people.
Michael and Dan enter the mirror world and try to decipher what's real and what's deepfake. How can you tell the difference? And what does the future look (and sound) like in a world where we can't be sure of what's right in front of us?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beast of Exmoor
Tales of a strange creature loping around the British countryside have existed for quite some time but is there any truth in them? Michael and Jenny investigate stories of a beast in Exmoor... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is magic real?
The team behind Mysteries of Science present a very special episode, recorded live at Cheltenham Science Festival, all about magic and whether or not it's real!
You can watch some of the tricks featured in this episode at sciencenature.theweekjunior.co.uk/magic!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BONUS: The Space Programme
Fun Kids, the UK's children's radio station, has a brand new series called The Space Programme?
Life on the Isle of Lune is about to get out-of-this-world! It's a radio drama all about a brand new UK spaceport and the story of a soon-to-be child-astronaut.
Hear The Space Programme every Friday from 4pm on Fun Kids, the UK's children's radio station, and as a podcast too.
Plus, Fun Kids Podcasts+ subscribers get all 20 episodes right now, ad-free! Listen to the whole series before anyone else.
Get a 30-day free trial of Fun Kids Podcasts+ by tapping 'Try Free' in Apple Podcasts or by heading to FunKidsLive.com/plusSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why do we laugh?
Knock, knock. Who's there? Another episode of Mysteries of Science!
This week, Michael and Dan explore the mystery of laughter. Find out where laugher comes from and why it's surprisingly good for us. Plus, we're joined by top comedian Olaf Falafel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.