Little Atoms 353 – Rebecca Newberger Goldstein & Kenan Malik

November 19, 2014

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In this episode of Little Atoms, two philosophical interviews: Rebecca Newberger Goldstein received her doctorate in philosophy from Princeton University. Her award-winning books include the novels The Mind-Body Problem, Properties of Light, and 36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction and nonfiction studies of Kurt Gödel and Baruch Spinoza. She has […]

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Little Atoms 352 – David Flusfeder & Jeff Jackson

November 12, 2014

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In this episode of Little Atoms, two novels that blur the boundaries between truth and Fiction. David Flusfeder was born in New Jersey but grew up in London. He’s the author of numerous novels, including, A Film by Spencer Ludwig, The Pagan House, The Gift and Like Plastic, which won the Encore Award 1997. He […]

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Little Atoms 351 – Michael Brooks & At The Edge of Uncertainty

November 5, 2014

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Michael Brooks is the author of the bestselling non-fiction titles 13 Things That Don’t Make Sense and Free Radicals: The Secret Anarchy of Science. He holds a PhD in quantum physics, is a consultant at New Scientist and writes a weekly column for the New Statesman. His latest book is At the Edge of Uncertainty: […]

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Little Atoms 350 – Marina Keegan & The Opposite of Loneliness

October 29, 2014

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Marina Keegan (1989 – 2012) was an author, journalist, playwright, poet, actress and activist, and for two years a research assistant to Harold Bloom, all before she graduated from Yale in May 2012. She had a play that was to be produced at the New York International Fringe Festival and a job waiting for her […]

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Little Atoms 349 – Travis Elborough & London Bridge + How We Used to Live

October 22, 2014

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Travis Elborough has been a freelance writer, author and cultural commentator for more than a decade now. His books include The Bus We Loved, a history of the Routemaster bus; The Long Player Goodbye, a hymn to vinyl records; and Wish You Were Here, a survey of the British beside the seaside. His latest book […]

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Little Atoms 348 – Rachel Cooke & Her Brilliant Career

October 15, 2014

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Rachel Cooke is a journalist, writing for The Observer, where her features and interviews have won several awards. She is also the television critic of the New Statesman. Her first book is Her Brilliant Career: Ten Extraordinary Women of the Fifties. Like this:Like Loading...

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Little Atoms 347 – James Ward & Adventures in Stationery

October 8, 2014

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James Ward‘s blog, I Like Boring Things, has featured in the Independent, Observer and on the BBC website. He is co-founder of Stationery Club and London’s annual Boring Conference, a one-day celebration of the ordinary and the overlooked, as featured everywhere from the Wall Street Journal to Radio 4. His first book is Adventures in Stationery: […]

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Little Atoms 346 – Mind’s Eye Interviews Three

October 3, 2014

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The last of three special editions of Little Atoms from Mind’s Eye, an audio installation at Brighton Digital Festival, featuring a number of interviews with space people. The third show features interviews with former Space Shuttle astronaut Gerhard Thiele, Dr Helen Mason of the University of Cambridge on the Sun, and Professor Carl Murray of […]

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Little Atoms 345 – Mind’s Eye Interviews Two

September 24, 2014

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The  second of three special editions of Little Atoms from Mind’s Eye, an audio installation at Brighton Digital Festival, featuring a number of interviews with space people. The second show features interviews with Sandra Cauffman, Deputy Project Manager of MAVEN, Hakan Svedhem, Project Scientist on Venus Express, and Dr Katherine Joy of the University of […]

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Little Atoms 344 – Mind’s Eye Interviews One

September 17, 2014

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The first of three special editions of Little Atoms from Mind’s Eye, an audio installation at Brighton Digital Festival, featuring a number of interviews with space people. The first show features interviews with Gerhard Schwehm, Mission Manager for Rosetta, Dr Caitriona Jackman of Southampton University on Cassini and Dr Peter Grindrod of UCL on Mars. […]

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