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The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject.

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  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject.
  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject. The programme is broadcast on Tuesday mornings in the United Kingdom, and is available online and via BBC Sounds, as is an archive of past episodes. There have been over 200 broadcast episodes since it began eight years ago.
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  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject. The programme is broadcast on Tuesday mornings in the United Kingdom, and is available online and via BBC Sounds, as is an archive of past episodes. The programme's BBC Programme Identifier (PID; a unique identifier) is b015sqc7 and there have been over 200 broadcast episodes since it began eight years ago.
  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject. The programme is broadcast on Tuesday mornings in the United Kingdom, and is available online and via BBC Sounds, as is an archive of past episodes. There have been over 200 broadcast episodes since it began eight years ago.
  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject. The programme is broadcast on Tuesday mornings in the United Kingdom, and is available online and via BBC Sounds, as is an archive of past episodes. There have been over 200 broadcast episodes since the first, an interview with Sir Paul Nurse eight years ago.
  • The Life Scientific is a BBC Radio 4 science programme, presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili , in which each episode is dedicated to the biography and work of one living scientist.The programme consists of an interview between Jim al-Khalili and the featured scientist. A variety of third parties contribute anecdotes about each programme's subject. The programme is broadcast on Tuesday mornings in the United Kingdom, and is available online and via BBC Sounds, as is an archive of past episodes. There have been over 200 broadcast episodes since the first, an interview with Sir Paul Nurse nine years ago.
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