Steve kicks off the biggest experiment in history,
Megalab UK, in which all
Radio 1's daytime listeners - some 10 million people - are invited to take part.
The results are revealed in Tomorrow's World, tonight at 7.30pm on BBC1.
with the Lunchtime Show
Telepathy is often dismissed by conventional science, but today Emma looks into parapsychology to try to separate fact from fiction, illustrating the feature with incidents of paranormal events said to have been recorded in sound.
Including at 12.30-12.45 Newsbeat
Science fact or science fiction? Nicky looks at the possibility of life on other planets through the eyes of fiction writer Fred Hoyle and those of a real scientist.
And Megalab UK continues. Including at 5.30-5.45 Newsbeat
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