The Entire History of the Earth - YouTube
An epic journey through the entire history of the Earth, narrated by Pete and David Kelly. Starting from the birth of the solar system, right up until today, videos reveal some of the most fascinating stories about how we came to understand our planet.
BBC Earth Unplugged - YouTube
Home of some of BBC Earth's more tongue in cheek natural history content, short films are hosted by Maddie Moate, Lizzie Daly and others, and explore the science behind the familiar Earth content. LB work features greenscreen and on-location films, as well as content to support the award winning Blue Planet 2 campaign.
BBC Earth Lab - YouTube
Sister channel to Earth Unplugged, BBC Earth Lab asks big questions and looks for the hard science around us, with Greg Foot and Dom Burgess. LB work features greenscreen and on-location films, as well as content to support the award winning Blue Planet 2 campaign.
SciShow - YouTube
SciShow explores the unexpected. Seven days a week, Hank Green, Michael Aranda, and Olivia Gordon delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations.
SciShow Space - YouTube
Exploring the universe a few minutes at a time, SciShow Space is hosted by Hank Green and others.
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LEGO - YouTube
A series of ten educational videos on scientific topics such as 'Why do we have seasons?', and 'How do rollercoasters work?', featuring Greg Foot and Maddie Moate.
Maddie Moate Bees - YouTube
A short series of videos exploring the science behind bees, for CBeebies presenter Maddie Moate's YouTube Channel
Something Incredible - YouTube
A channel entirely produced and run by me, Something Incredible aims to tell incredible stories about the world around us.
Twenty Thousand Hertz - Podcast
A beautifully sound-designed podcast all about sound.
LB episodes include Birdsong, Dining on Decibels, Deaf Gain, and Do Not Disturb.
99% Invisible - Podcast
Produced a special mini-series on how sound is affecting our health. Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
BBC Online News - Science Reporter
News articles and features covering diverse science topics including super-fast muscles in bats, self-healing concrete, and predicting earthquakes.
Statistics Views - Features Writer
Articles exploring the numbers behind environmental stories, like the animals saved from extinction, the impact of plastic bag bans, and the next generation of soft robotics