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15th August 2019
Each week on Breakfast with Taylah we get the latest in science news thanks to our resident […]
24th July 2019
Durban Nurdles are tiny plastic pellets the size of a lentil used in the 60’s as […]
17th July 2019
Matt Woods from Perth Observatory joined Fiona and discussed the first landing on the moon 50 […]
26th June 2019
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was created, marking this year as the International […]
11th December 2018
After previously appearing on RTRFM to discuss plants, Laura Skates spoke to RTR’s Rose Kerr about […]
15th October 2018
Although science is an incredible field of study, much of it may seem impregnable to the […]
8th October 2018
Dr Sarah Maddison spoke about the newly found dwarf planet – named the Goblin – that’s […]
4th October 2018
Commander Kat is back holding down the science fort for RTRFM. This week she joined Breakfast with Taylah to […]
20th September 2018
Laura Skates chats about carnivorous plants and why we have so many in Western Australia.
16th August 2018
This week’s Radiothon is about choosing your own adventure and RTRFM was able to speak to […]
28th June 2018
Each week on Breakfast with Caitlin we catch up on the week in science news with […]
17th May 2018
Did you know that girls and women who watched The X-Files were more likely to pursue […]
22nd February 2018
Every week we get a dose of the latest in science news with Sarah Lau. on […]