A new study shows you can "imagine" your way toward liking a place more than you do right now, how to improve your mental health through targeted exercise, and the very big animals that ate apples before we did.
Listen to Spectrum: Hands and feet
You know what's better than five fingers? Six. We look at this strange new research and talk to a "polydactyl" himself. Also, go barefoot, but then put some shoes on to meet a young German woman with "foot phobia."
Spectrum: Science on the move
On the ground, up in the air, and in the belly of a barge — science is everywhere. Zip around with us to as we dip into batteries, inhale some helium and look inside a robot's brain.
Spectrum: Do you want to live on the moon?
Look up at the moon when you get a chance. Because this will be the last decade where you can say, "There's no one up there right now." Join as we take a look at a barrage of lunar activity that'll happen in the next few years.
Spectrum: Send in the bots!
Right now, hundreds of power plants around the world are splitting atoms. But when a reactor malfunctions, what happens next? Join us at an Austrian "meltdown" as teams from Europe send in the bots.