Tanzanian journalist Ayisha Yahya investigates the cause of the falling water levels in Lake Victoria, a huge freshwater sea upon which over 30 million people depend.
Laurie Taylor explores the impacts of violence in the work place with Prof. PJ Waddington and examines the perceptions and realities of war with Frank Webster and Christina Lamb. Show more
Quentin Cooper talks to palaeoanthropologists Clive Gamble and Mike Petraglia about climate change and its contribution to the origin of our species. Show more
Geoff Watts reports on the latest stories from the world of science and technology. Including how recent fossil findings in China could shed light on how our ancestors colonised the East. Show more
Anna Pavord explores the life and enduring legacy of Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, who revolutionised the way we view and categorise all plant life.
Laurie Taylor and a panel of experts look at the social cost of China's vast economic expansion. Some 200 million migrant workers are moving great distances in order to find work. Show more
Paul Bennun finds out how Free and Open Source software is making its impact felt across the world, fuelling development and saving small businesses millions of pounds.
Quentin Cooper talks to scientists from the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh about SCUBA-2, a new instrument designed to scan the skies for evidence of how galaxies and planets form. Show more
Geoff Watts reports on the latest stories from the world of science and technology. Including a brand new insight into how humans are genetically different from our primate relatives. Show more