Tags: Podcast

Audio adventures

There’s just something special about working with sounds. They leave just the right amount to the imagination, but give the listener enough to build that imagination. What I love most about working with radio, is how the spoken word contains

Mozfest 2013

This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 211 on November 1st 2013.

Mozfest 2013 was held at Ravensbourne and spanned all 8 floors, each one hosting a variety of web-based activities. In this podcast I focussed mostly

Citizens Of Science

As part of my role as Freelance Multimedia Producer at The Mobile Collective, I am running their podcast series called Citizens of Science, hosted on Audioboo. My role is to produce, present and research each episode of Citizens of Science,

Binaural Beats

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 135 on October 10th 2013 This is a podcast about binaural beats.

Binaural beats are created when two ever-so-slightly different frequency tones are listened to in the left and right ear.

Over The Air 2013

This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion episode 207 on October 4th 2013 This podcast gives a bit of a flavour of the makers and shakers that attended Over The Air 2013.

I attended OTA on behalf of

What’s inside your gut?

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 128 on June 20th 2013. Ever wondered what’s going on inside your gut?

For this podcast I spoke several people, as the amount of research in the field of microbiomes and

Adding depth

Just a quicky – something I learned about myself this Bank Holiday weekend. Yesterday, I met a lady who we are going to making a documentary with for my course. She was extremely inspirational, having had hydrocephalus for all of

Would you eat laboratory-grown meat?

Would you eat meat that has been grown in a lab rather than taken directly from the animal? This is a question that I’ve been asking as preparations for the first lab-grown burger to be cooked are happening. Prof Mark

Backstage at The Life Scientific

One of the biggest challenges I’ve come across when doing interviews for a radio piece or podcast, is that you have to be able to do many things at once: listen to the speaker, follow your set questions, remember things

Predicting Biodiversity

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 106 on January 17th 2013 Predicting biodiversity is an interview with Blake Suttle about how we can watch the movements of plants and animals to be able to predict their movement in