Episode 79 – 8th April 2011

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A New Particle (1:56) by Sean Ellis
The Digital Economy Act’s First Birthday (7:46) by James Firth
Nuclear Fallout (15:28) by Drew Rae
AC Grayling Interview (24:41) by James O’Malley
Rebecca Goldstein Interview (30:17) by Liz Lutgendorff
Dead Bodies (38:48) by Alex Foster
TamTamPamela Trolls The Web (46:21) by Salim Fadhley

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2 thoughts on “Episode 79 – 8th April 2011

  1. Liz Liz Liz. Please speak slowly. I just can’t tell what you’re saying. James: you should watch your speed too! Garbled speech spoils the Pod Delusion for me.

  2. Alex Foster’s piece on body donation interested me. It’s not something I’ve considered before, and I’m now looking into what’s involved. For UK residents, the place to start is the Human Tissue Authority. Also, here’s a link to the book by Mary Roach that Alex mentioned, Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers.

    While I’m here, I’ll add my vote to @Jeff_Pickthall’s comment, although I did manage to understand just about everything in this week’s podcast, blurred speech does sometime’s make it tricky to make out what’s being said. One other thing: in some of the recent “Extra” podcasts there’s been some annoying interference buzz from a mobile phone. Sorry to moan :)

    Now I’m off to listen to the Dawkins & Harris extra podcast.

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