Worlds in Miniature
In an ever-expanding world, why do so many of us favour the brevity of a tweet or Facebook post and find scaled down miniature models magical and appealing? Jeff Nunokawa is a literature professor who loves long 19th century novels but reaches out to...
The Power of the Human Voice
The human voice is a thing of great power and persuasion; we use it to speak to one another, to sing and cry, to laugh and scream. But our voices - which are as ancient as humanity itself - are also at the forefront of the very latest developments in...
Power and Influence
Through the lens of American influence and power, Bridget Kendall and guests explore how power is being adapted and deployed by countries and organisations around the world. With leading political scientist and chairman of the influential Eurasia...
Adventures in 2D: Graphene and Beyond
Top graphene researchers, including the Nobel laureate who first isolated pure graphene, talk to Bridget Kendall about the future of not just this 'wonder-material' but also a whole host of other 2-dimensional crystals now available. How close are we...
It is one of Earth’s oldest building materials, a natural seal against water, useful for paper making, medicine and lots of other things. Bridget Kendall and guests discuss clay. Why it is so useful, why so many cultures treasure it but why it can...
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