• DNA2Radio

    DNA 60 Years On

    Just 60 years ago, the initials DNA were unknown to the public. A handful of scientists were in a race to discover the structure of this complex molecule which possibly held the secret of life. Today, DNA is a crucial part of our knowledge about health, identity and our whole world. In April 1953, James…

  • ScienceofMusicRadio

    The Science of Music

    Robert Winston looks at music with a scientist’s eye, testing the data behind our emotions, in a series that seeks to fully understand our relationship with the power of sound.

  • TV

    Mad and Bad: 60 Years of Science on TV

    This hour-long documentary, narrated by Robert Webb, examined how science on TV has evolved over the last 60 years, from science to science fiction. Influential individuals in science and broadcast media, including Robert Winston, contributed their thoughts to the programme, commenting on how science on TV has reflected, or led, to our collective image of…

  • Unknown

    Jamie’s Dream School

    In this 7 part series celebrity chef Jamie Oliver brought together some of the UK’s most inspirational individuals to see if they could inspire 20 young people to give education a second chance. Robert Winston featured in 3 episodes, where he brought a unique twist to teaching science in the classroom.

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    How Science Changed Our World

    Robert Winston presented his top ten scientific breakthroughs from the last 50 years. On his journey, he explored subjects from the origins of the universe to probing the inner workings of the human mind, and even met some of his early IVF patients.

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    The Life Scientific

    Jim Al-Khaili talks to Professor Robert Winston about IVF, designer babies and why scientists must take ethical responsibilty for the work they do.

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    Genius of Britain: The Scientists Who Changed the World

    In this 5 part series, some of the UK’s leading scientific figures explored the stories, and introduced the people, behind the British innovations that contributed to the creation of the modern world from the steam engine to the worldwide web. Robert Winston contributed to two episodes.