Oh Deary (1:55) by Cory Hazlehurst Space Archaeology (9:39) by Kash Farooq (ft Sarah Parcak) Janet Heimlich Interview (22:22) by Liz Lutgendorff Pope In Review (36:09) by Alex Fitch Post-Francis Nursing (46:57) by Dave White The Rise & Fall of Blackberry (53:27) by Sean Slater The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
Recorded at the Royal Institution, Helen Czerski was joined by Marcus Brigstocke, Bruce Hood, Barry Smith and Felicity Mellor to discuss what scientists should know about the dark arts of persuasion, and whether they should ever use them.
This week we look find out how prophecy predicts the Pope’s resignation could signal the destruction of Rome, we reflect on the Pope’s use of Twitter, discover when 4G phones are going to happen – and if the networks are going to continue to rip us off, as well as hear about how school kids are standing up for LGBT people. And more!
Papal Prophecies (2:15) by Chris Chapman Blessed Are The Cheesemakers (7:23) by Mat Greenfield High School Shootings & Terrorists (12:10) by Salim Fadhley (ft Adam Lankford) Bad Valentines PR (21:04) by Marsh The Science of Persuasion (27:32) ft Marcus Brigstocke! 4G Auction (35:16) by Sean Slater LGBT Groups in Schools (43:00) by Adam Knowles (ft Adam Castle) Stand Up For Darwin (52:44) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft Nick Doody, Kate Smurthwaite, Dean Burnett and more!) The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
Chaired by Dr Richard Dawkins, the 2013 British Humanist Association Darwin Day lecture was delivered by Sir Tom Blundell, Professor Emeritus and Director of Research, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge on the topic of: ‘The emergence of drug resistance: Molecular evolution and new medicines for cancer and tuberculosis’.
Pharmabate (1:55) by Trent Burton (ft Ben Goldacre & others) The Science of Persuasion (17:55) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Helen Czerski) Sir Tom Blundell Interview (28:58) by Andrew Holding Cycling & Transport Sociology (39:38) by Joe Dunkley (ft Rachel Aldred) Portable Banking (50:01) by Sean Ellis Ockhams Plug (57:56) by James O’Malley (ft Deborah Hyde)