17
May
2019

Pint of Science- Dr Neil Holden

Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, Dr Neil Holden discussing the many facets of virology ahead of his Pint of Science presentation.

17
May
2019

Pint of Science Josephina Westlake

From the University of Lincoln`s School of Geography, Josephina Westlake discusses her research into soil erosion, the history of the Fossdyke and more

17
May
2019

Pint of Science Professor Alina Rodriguez

Professor Alina Rodriguez with news of her exciting research in embryological development and forthcoming Pint of Science presentation.

17
May
2019

Pint of Science- Dr Andrea Floris & Barry Turner

The School of Chemistry`s Dr  Andrea Floris and specialist in media and pharmaceutical law, Barry Turner preview their upcoming PoS events with a special focus on truthful reporting.

17
May
2019

The Mall Galleries and SciFi London 2019

In which Graeme Harper, Ben Lewis, Bethany Gulliver , Elouise Sheehan and Alex Lewczuk combine the second day of the annual Sci Fi London Film festival with encounters with Steve , festival Director Louis Savy and Producer/Actor John James in addition to connecting with premier film and art critic Richard Fitzwilliams at the Mall galleries in a programme which combines Doris Day discussions and the role of contemporary movie making magic.

17
May
2019

Perfect Exam Preparation, Chelsea Challenges and Doris Day

Psychologist Dr David Lewis makes a very welcome return to the programme and provides some highly useful information to both Beth Gulliver and Ben Lewis following the weekly Anna Lewis audio letter for London and William Coles Edinburgh viewpoint. Actress Fiona Curzon then shares her views on the challenges of Chelsea, Director Graeme harper previews another on location audio postcard and Lead Starburst writer Robin Pierce wraps up the programme with Sam Stone and David J Howe.

17
May
2019

Pint of Science- Professor Duncan French

Professor Duncan French discusses the state of the environment and more in an audio podcast companion to his Pint of Science festival presentation.

15
May
2019

Royal Radio May 15th 2019

Jasmine Foley and Ollie Rushdie welcome `The Devil`s Bride Director John Goodrum to the latest Royal Radio podcast before going into ` A Midsummer Night`s Dream` with Quantum Artistic Director Jessica Selous and discussing the longevity of Sooty, Sweep and Soo with Richard Cadell. With news of upcoming open auditions for Robin Hood, the James Bond Concert Spectacular and the original voice of Smokie, Chris Norman, another content-packed edition of Royal Radio is guaranteed.

15
May
2019

Flexitime, Workplace rights, Gourmet Food and MS

Psychologist Emma Kenny discusses the benefits of flexible working after which Adrienne Macmillan considers the importance of end of life conversations, Jeff Dodds flags up the need for greater workforce diversity and Jon Craven and Chair of the National Young member`s forum Kendal Bromley provide Emma Street and Ben Lewis with some sage advice as does money expert Jason Smith. Finally , founder and CEO for Shift.MS George Pepper reflects on living with MS and Michelin starred chef  Theo Randall celebrates European cuisine before journalist and mindfulness expert James Wallman and Cat Jordan from Travelzoo look at the rise of mindfulness holidays with Alex Lewczuk

9
May
2019

Archie, `Long Shot`, `Eighth Grade`, Extreme Cake making and Nose Museums

Gabriella Peralta, Ben Lewis, Richard Fitzwillliams, Ian Lennox, Optometrist Brian Tompkins, cake maker Rosie Dummer, Dean Williams, Derya Feliz, William Sitwell, Danny Wallace, Euan MacLennan and  Alex Lewczuk discuss a sequence from movies to herbal pain remedies and more in the second of May`s Midweek Drive Morning Editions.