Presenter Hannah Fry reveals how much our planet can change in just a single day and how these daily changes are essential to our existence. Show more
Hannah Fry takes a spectacular look at the science of size. Hannah starts by asking whether things could be bigger, including Earth and living things. Show more
Brain loves playing rock paper scissors, but hates losing - so he asks Ken to find out how you can always win. Show more
Brain asks the question of what it would be like living without electricity. Paralympian Sarah Storey, environmentalist Helena Marschall and a powerless Leila offer help.
Ken's brain is searching for an answer to the question of whether we can talk with dogs. Leila knows just where to look, while Ken has help from Storm Huntley with her dog Boo.
Brain's question is a hot one, what if the floor really was lava. Leila tests a homemade lava-proof suit, Ken gets tips from gymnast Joe Fraser and lava-facts from Professor Chris. Show more
Ken’s had enough of Brain’s questions, but that leads to a new one: why does Ken get so annoyed? Can psychologist Leila and presenter Andy Day help find the answer?
Brain wants to know what it would be like if we lived underwater. Zoologist Megan McCubbin and inventor Jun Kamei wade in with Leila to help.
Brain asks the question of whether you can kick a ball to France. Footballer Leah Williamson and physicist Steve Mould are on hand to help find the answer.
Ken's brain wants to know if it's possible to catapult yourself to the moon. Space expert Vinita Marwaha Madill and inventor Tom Stanton have answers - but Leila may have to test it out.
Hannah Fry takes a look at the science of size. Here, she asks if things could be smaller, including the Earth, living things and the Sun. Show more
Things don’t quite go to plan when the moon turns into cheese.
Find out why a flat Earth would feel very unflat indeed!