Planesphere Tablet from the Royal Library of Ashurbanipal, Nenveh. British Museum

Podcast Episode 91 l Did this clay tablet describe an ancient asteroid impact?

Podcast Episode 91 is on an ancient asteroid. Does a clay tablet describe an ancient asteroid impact? Two scientists certainly thought that it described an asteroid hitting earth

Podcast Episode 89 l Driving on the Left or Right

This 360 on History Podcast Episode is all about Driving. Whether you drive on the Left or Right, you can find out why here.

Image created by Craiyon of a Queen sitting on a horse

Podcast Episode 88 l Mercian Queen Cynethryth

This Fantastic Women Series podcast is about Cynethryth, who was Queen of Mercia and exerted power and influence along with her husband King Offa.

Moon phase on Feb 14 2022 as seen in the Northern Hemisphereby NASA LRO

Podcast Episode 87 l How the moon was formed

Scientists have now answered the questions of how the moon was made in this New Simulation, showing that it formed very quickly after impact with another body called Theia. In this podcast we talk abo...

Silhouette of bird flying by the Sun on June 21, 2022. June Solstice. 360onhistory.com

Podcast Episode 86 l Drastic Changes in Bird Evolution

Recent advancements in genomic sequencing and analysis have started to unravel the intricate story of avian evolution. Two studies, published on April 1 in the journals Proceedings of the National Aca...

Richat Structure: A topographic reconstruction scaled 6 to1 on the vertical axis from satellite photos. False colouring as follows: Brown bedrock, Yellow or white sand, Green vegetation, Blue salty sediments

Podcast Episode 85 l The Eye of the Sahara

Podcast Episode 85 is on The Eye of the Sahara, a geological structure found in the Saharan part of Mauritania in Africa.

Subdivision of the Triassic according to the ICS, as of 2021

Podcast Episode 84 l When it rained for two million years: Carnian Pluvial Event

Podcast Episode 84 is on When it rained for two million years, known as the Carnian Pluvial Event

Stone sphere made by the Diquís culture in the courtyard of the National Museum of Costa Rica

Podcast Episode 83 l Costa Rica’s Mysterious Stone Spheres

Costa Rica is a lush country, with amazing ecology and environment. Amongst its green landscape can be found ancient structures known as the stone spheres of Costa Rica. The 300 spheres lie on the Diq...

Franklin at work, 1955. She is bent over and looking through a microscope in this black and white image.

Podcast Episode 82 l Rosalind Franklin

Podcast Episode 82 is on Rosalind Franklin a British chemist and X-ray crystallographer, whose work was central to understanding the structure of DNA.

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