Podcast on science, nature, climate change and history. From the Big Bang to today, a 360 degree look at life, the universe and the history of everything – covering everything from the moon landings & exploration of planets such as Jupiter and Mars, to the history of the Indus Valley Civilization, the Mayans and Africa.

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Monument over a spring at Eflatun Pinar

Podcast Episode 61 l The Ancient Empire of the Hittites

Podcast Episode: The Ancient Empire of the Hittites, who ruled over Anatolia in modern day Turkey between the 18th and 12th century BC.

Kitty Wilkinson

Podcast Episode 60 l Kitty Wilkinson – The Saint of the Slums

Podcast Episode 60 is on Kitty Wilkinson, The Saint of the Slums in Liverpool. She had the only boiler and taught people to disinfect.

David Scott salutes the American flag during the Apollo 15 mission. The arms of the crosshair are washed-out on the white stripes of the flag (Photo ID: AS15-88-11863)

Podcast Episode 59 l Moon Landing Conspiracy Theory – Did it really happen?

Podcast Episode Moon Landing Conspiracy Theory – Did it really happen? We talk about some of the favourite theories and try to debunk them.

Covid Vaccine bottle with a syringe inserted into it being held by a hand in surgical glove by Hakan Nural Unsplash - 360onhistory.com

Podcast Episode 58 l Conspiracy Theories Series: Are Anti-vaxxers right?

We are talking about vaccinations and the Anti-vaxxer movement. Are they right? This is our new conspiracy theory series. 

A large, solid mass of elemental carbon or graphite with the super, greasy/waxy feel and typical, sheet-like form. This splendent, steel-gray specimen is from a very uncommon New Hampshire locality - the old Beneis Farm, Marlborough, Cheshire County. Ex. Bob Whitmore Collection, a noted New England collector and field collector.

Podcast Episode 57 I How is graphite in electric vehicle batteries contributing to climate change?

Graphite is a battery material and we don’t even know how much carbon it emits. It is used in the anode side of electric vehicle batteries and is made in extremely hot furnaces using a huge amount of ...

Painting of Charles Darwin

Podcast Episode 5 | The Idea that Changed the World: Darwin & Evolution by Natural Selection

Podcast on Darwin and Evolution by Natural Selection. Darwin's gave us the idea that changed the world.


Podcast Episode 56 l Is a sustainable blockchain possible?

New Podcast Episode 56 on Is a sustainable blockchain possible? We talk about what is the blockchain and whether it is energy intensive.

Sugar maple with dark orange leaves

Podcast Episode 55 l The Colours of Autumn and Falling of Leaves

Why do leaves fall and what is the reason we can see the purples, reds, oranges, yellows, and browns in winter? We talk about the colours of autumn and the falling leaves that precede winter.

Watercolour portrait of Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, circa 1840, possibly by Alfred Edward Chalon

Podcast Episode 54 l Ada Lovelace, First Computer Programmer

Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, was born on December 10, 1815. She was the daughter of the famous poet Lord Byron and his wife Anne Isabella Noel Byron. Ada Lovelace was an extremely brilliant...

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