Charlie Hetherington gives the latest in science and technology, with an exciting new system developed by a Durham scientist to try and counter cyber attacks.
Ewan Jones asks how well Google's new products will stand up against competition in the smart-phone market.
Charlie Hetherington summarises this week's science news highlights.
Indraji Wanigaratne introduces us to our common ancestor, thanks to whom we now have the ability to drink and absorb alcohol.
The multiverse theory, supported by such prominent physicists as Neil deGrasse and the late Stephen Hawking, explains how against seemingly impossible odds our Universe has allowed life to form.
It was a laboratory analysis of the (mostly incomplete) skeletons which suggested the bodies were of male origin and aged between 13 and 25 at time of death.
The 3rd runway at Heathrow, new particles and "ice dunes" all appear in this week's Scigest.