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The final questions, wrap-up and results of this argumentative panel show, with Helen Keen, Jay Stone, Sam Tazzyman, Chiara Ambrosio and flummoxed Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

The final questions, wrap-up and results of this argumentative panel show, with Helen Keen, Jay Stone, Sam Tazzyman, Chiara Ambrosio and flummoxed Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.
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The final questions, wrap-up and results of this argumentative panel show, with Helen Keen, Jay Stone, Sam Tazzyman, Chiara Ambrosio and flummoxed Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

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English


Episodes

Bright Club 60 - WARS 2 part 4

11/3/2011
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The final questions, wrap-up and results of this argumentative panel show, with Helen Keen, Jay Stone, Sam Tazzyman, Chiara Ambrosio and flummoxed Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:36:17


Bright Club 59 - WARS 2 part 3

10/24/2011
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Third question for the four geniuses: Helen Keen, Sam Tazzyman, Jay Stone and the irrepresible Chiara Ambrosio. Steve Cross is bewildered. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:22:47


Bright Club 53 with Judith Stephenson and Michael Legge

8/17/2011
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Public Health Epidemiologist Judith Stephenson and comedian Michael Legge explore Britain's attitudes to contraception and STIs. Steve Cross explodes into unprofessionalism. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:25:53


Bright Club 51 with Essi Viitanen and Michael Legge

7/31/2011
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Essi Viitanen studies Finnish film, and she shares her findings with comedian Michael Legge. Steve Cross tries to work out where Finland is. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:20:05


Bright Club 50 with Michael Legge and Oliwia Berdak

7/15/2011
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Historian Oliwia Berdak explains the finer points of the formation of the Croatian Army to comedian Michael Legge. Steve Cross imagines looking like Rambo. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:24:39


Bright Club 49 with Sam Tazzyman and Terry Saunders

6/27/2011
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Sexual selection modeller Sam Tazzyman leads Terry Saunders into a beautiful garden full of double entendres. Steve Cross tried to contain himself. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:36:57


Bright Club 48 with Richard Cole and Terry Saunders

6/20/2011
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A touching exploration of old scandinavian love poetry this week with Scandophile Richard Cole and comedian Terry Saunders. Steve Cross tries to keep the smut level down, but fails. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:29:35


Bright Club 47 with Ernest Schonfield and Terry Saunders

6/13/2011
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This week German literature and language expert Ernest Schonfield tries to overcome decades of ignorance on the part of comedian Terry Saunders and Allo Allo fan Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:12:23


Bright Club 46 with Terry Saunders and Cath Mercer

6/6/2011
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The first of the LOVE podcasts sees comedian Terry Saunders find out what Britain does, with whom and how often from sex survey statistician Cath Mercer. Steve Cross follows maybe half of the conversation. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:12:05


Bright Club 45a How to podcast

5/31/2011
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This week a special podcast with Naked Scientists, Answer Me This, Short Science and Eu.Sci, to help you start to podcast. Recorded at the Science Communication Conference and starring our very own producer Martin Austwick.

Duration: 00:28:34


Bright Club 42 with Claire Ross and David Morgan

4/26/2011
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Digital Humanities researcher Claire Ross studies heavy Twitter users like comedian David Morgan. They chat about museums, the web and kittens while Steve Cross chirps nonsense. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:31:01


Bright Club 41 with Jason Dittmer and David Morgan

4/18/2011
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Who's better, Capt. America or Capt. Britain? How do people think about the end of the world? All this and more with political geographer Jason Dittmer, Eurovision fan David Morgan and lost soul Steve Cross. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust

Duration: 00:15:29


Bright Club 40 with Katherine Woolf and David Morgan

4/10/2011
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Katherine Woolf trains the Doctors of the future, and tries to understand how they can be a success, she gives comedian David Morgan and fool Steve Cross a few tips. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:16:45


Bright Club 39 with David Morgan and Dominic Furniss

4/3/2011
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The first of four Happiness podcasts sees Human Computer Interaction expert Dom Furniss explain to comedian David Morgan the mysteries of cash machines, doors and medical devices, while Steve Cross babbles. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:25:21


Bright Club 38 with Silvia Di Bianchi and Helen Keen

3/21/2011
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We delve into the mind of Immanuel Kant in the last of the Brains podcasts. Well, philosopher Silvia and comedian Helen do. Steve mainly tries to get his own brain to function. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:22:32


Bright Club 37 with Rachel Baker and Helen Keen

3/14/2011
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Speaking in a noisy place? If you ever need to order a drink in a noisy club or make light conversation on the train this podcast will help. With speech scientist Rachel Baker and comedian Helen Keen. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:21:47


Bright Club 36 with Benedetto De Martino and Helen Keen

3/6/2011
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What do you get if you combine understanding of the brain with buying stuff? Neuroscientist Benedetto De Martino and comic Helen Keen get into details, while Steve Cross regrets all his terrible decisions. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:20:24


Bright Club 35 with Helen Keen and Valerie Wallace

2/27/2011
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The first of the 'Brains' series of podcasts sees comedian Helen Keen and historian Valerie Wallace speculate about what philosopher Jeremy Bentham might have thought about call centres. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:10:38


Bright Club 34a Live from the Bloomsbury Theatre CONTAINS SWEARING

2/20/2011
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The second podcast of performances from Bright Club: Life at the Bloomsbury Theatre on Feb 4th 2011. Warning, contains swearing. Featuring Sophie Scott, Tom Stern and Celia Morgan.

Duration: 00:21:59


Bright Club 34 with Alex Dedman and Isy Suttie

2/14/2011
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Alex Dedman works on the genetics of bipolar disorder. Isy Suttie helps her to explain her research to Steve Cross, who is in a mood throughout. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Duration: 00:22:39

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