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Rob's weekly breakdown of a listener's topic of choice. Be it cryptozoology, astronomy or etomology - Rob's yr China with the Scooby*.
Rob's talking cats this morning, where did they come from and can they be trusted? Stay tuned.
We've got walking sharks, infuriating science and the smallest unit of time imaginable on 'The Mind Trench' this morning. Plus, the Bard of Bollix has a new poem for us, so tune in!
Rob's been investigating 3D printed vegan meat, science and the lochness monsters. Plus, another poem about being late.
This week Rob dives into the world of Stonehenge after some new findings have emerged. The forefront of knowledge, and a poem, of course.
Rob's got a game for us this week, two truths and one lie. Faberge turnips, birds changing colour and ice cream on the brain.
Crumpets. Where did they come from? Why are they so delicious? And most importantly, what's the best topping?
We've got Rob back in the studio with his coffee in hand, what joyous times! He brings us stories of golden moles, eyebrows and hayfever.
Bees and fridges. Rob questions how bees fly while he takes us through some interesting research he's learnt over the weekend. Plus, he questions what we use our fridges for.
From fairies riding corgis, to magpies and Greek Gods, Rob has redefined the meaning of mixed bag this morning.
This week features pumas, talkback radio, spicy food and a poem about Rick Breeze. Just lovely.
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