Which is more powerful; the humble human brain or a super-computer? Is a bottle-nosed dolphin's brain bigger than ours? Who would rather have electric shocks than a bit of quiet time? Who has all the answers? Penny Golden (firstname.lastname@example.org), that's who.
Are you a footie fan? Do you like cups? What about the world? If you're partial to any/all of the above then today's top tip might be for you. If you aren't then here's a joke instead; Did you hear about the explosion at the cheese factory? The owner covered all damages in curd.
The lovely Jane Suh revisits this brilliant skill that dives into the decade of your choice and tests your music trivia to the very limit. Play against friends or friends you haven't made yet across the interwebs - this one's well worth a reprise. Want to send in a demo of your favourite skill? Please do to email@example.com.
From funny bones to freckles, today's skill is all about simple explanations for interesting topics. Penny Golden (firstname.lastname@example.org) brings us another great skill and you can too - simply send them to me at email@example.com or drop me a line for help on how to record them or suggestions on what skills to cover.
Today we cover a simple skill that delivers daily dollops of HP goodness (is HP Sauce a thing where you are? Probably not as the 'HP' of its name stands for 'Houses of Parliament') and follow it up with a half-hearted reprise of Harry Potter Letters. It's all about quality on this podcast… and if not quality then certainly quantity. We have reached episode 500, after all.
Today we look at the various ways you can listen to Dot to Dot on your Echo. You can listen using the built-in TuneIn skill, add it to your daily flash briefing or via the excellent AnyPod skill which gives you far more control over your podcast playback. Here's a full list of AnyPod instructions.