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  1. Speculative Realism and Object-Oriented Ontology Grad Class : Timothy Morton : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

    A graduate class at Rice University, November 19, 2010.

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  2. Desert Island Discs: Bob Mortimer

    Comedian Bob Mortimer chooses the eight tracks he would take to a desert island.

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  3. Episode 65 - The Barcelona Legacy - with Jonathan Wilson

    Jonathan Wilson speaks to Tifo’s Seb Stafford-Bloor about his new book The Barcelona Legacy.

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  4. The Room of Requirement - This American Life

    Stories of people who roam the stacks and find unexpected things that just happen to be exactly what they required.

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  5. Robert Forster - Book Shambles - Cosmic Shambles

    Founder of the iconic group The Go Betweens, Robert Forster, joins Robin and Josie this week to talk about his new book Grant and I. There’s also chat of the work of Alan Bennett, Jack Kerouac and TS Elliot. And then Josie discovers Robert is a fan of The Neapolitan Novels…

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  6. Radio Atlantic: How to Fix Social Media - The Atlantic

    Alexis Madrigal joins Matt Thompson to solve the ills of the modern internet.

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  7. Elis James on Word of Mouth

    Series exploring the world of words and the ways in which we use them

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  8. Scratching the Surface — 104. Cab Broskoski and Chris Sherron

    1. Cab Broskoski and Chris Sherron Cab Broskoski and Chris Sherron are two of the founders of, a knowledge sharing platform that combines the creative back-and-forth of social media with the…

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  9. The Life Scientific: Michele Dougherty on Saturn

    Michele Dougherty tells Jim Al-Khalili why she diverted the Cassini mission to Saturn.

    The Cassini mission into deep space has witnessed raging storms, flown between Saturn’s enigmatic rings and revealed seven new moons. And, thanks in no small part to Professor Michele Dougherty, it’s made some astonishing discoveries. For the last twenty years, Michele been responsible for one of the key instruments on board Cassini - the magnetometer. In 2005, she spotted a strange signature in the data during a distant fly by of Saturn’s smaller moons, Enceladus and became curious. Now,space missions are planned years ahead of time. Every detail is nailed down. But Michele convinced mission control to divert Cassini from its carefully planned route to take a closer look at Enceladus. And her gamble paid off. Cassini scientists soon discovered jets of water vapour and organic material shooting out of the south pole of Enceladus, not bad for a small moon that could so easily have been ignored. It’s now thought that this tiny moon might be able to support microbial life underneath its icy surface.

    In 2008, Michele was awarded the hugely prestigious Hughes medal for her work - an honour last given to a woman in 1906! She’s also been voted by the UK Science Council as one of the country’s top 100 living scientists. She talks to Jim al-Khalili about growing up in South Africa, moving from mathematics to managing space missions and what they hope will happen when Cassini crashes into Saturn later this year.

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  10. The Room of Requirement - This American Life

    Libraries aren’t just for books. They’re often spaces that transform into what you need them to be: a classroom, a cyber café, a place to find answers, a quiet spot to be alone. It’s actually kind of magical. This week, we have stories of people who roam the stacks and find unexpected things that just happen to be exactly what they required.

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