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Guest host Anthony Morgan sits in for Bob McDonald this week and next.
Wildfires, birds & cigarette butts, chimp muscles, night shifts & DNA
A study in Mexico city suggests there might be an upside to building nests with trash.
Scientists on a bumpy adventure through wildfire plumes discover the blazes can produce up to three times more smoke per amount of fuel burned than previously thought.
Pound for pound, chimps are stronger than humans. It turns out this is because of the fibres that make up their muscles.
Regular night shift work affects your melatonin cycle, which plays a role in repairing damaged DNA.
In her book, Being a Dog, Dr. Alexandra Horowitz explores what makes dogs such great smellers, then attempts to apply those lessons to develop her own sense of smell.
Dr. Karun Thanjanur answers this week's Quirks Question.
As It Happens
Why the Defend Europe anti-migrant ship was briefly detained in Cyprus
The birth of the synthesizer and new ways of thinking about sound
Here's who made it onto the Man Booker prize 2017 longlist
Maz Jobrani's comedy brings the Muslim-American experience to the Trump era