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Next up on the Radio

  • Wednesday 28th October 2020
    9:30 am - 10:00 am

    Dr Karl joins Matt Webber on ABC Gold Coast

  • Wednesday 28th October 2020
    10:30 am - 11:00 am

    Dr Karl joins Phil Staley on ABC Cairns

  • Thursday 29th October 2020
    3:00 am - 4:00 am

    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live 'Up All Night'

  • Thursday 29th October 2020
    9:30 am - 10:00 am

    Dr Karl joins Rebecca Levingstone on ABC Brisbane


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Peeing on lemon trees, hereditary birth marks and yellow sunglasses

Why is it considered a good thing to urinate on lemon trees? Plus: can birth marks be hereditary?; and why do yellow sunglasses make daylight appear brighter?

Great Moments in Science

Hiccups cure: part one

Why exactly do we hiccup? Is there a cure!?


Great Moments in Science

The microscopic high-tech wizardry of bacteria

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki explains the microscopic but super-high-tech gee-wizardry of some bacteria that use propellers powered by self tiny assembling electric motors to swim in their environment.

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Static shocks, amputees and glow-in-the-dark chicken.

Why do people have different eye colours? Why don’t plastic containers dry properly in the dishwasher? What is glow-in-the dark chicken? Dr Karl answers these questions and more, with host Linda Marigliano on triple j Mornings.