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42. Down with Romance with Lynne Murphy

To paraphrase Monty Python, “What have the French ever done for us?”. Well, language wise, quite a lot or 74% to be precise. But is it all good? Dr Lynne Murphy asks us to reclaim our language and the two Davids try to reclaim our land. http://media.blubrry.com/oddpodcast/p/oddpodcast.com/wp-content/audio/odditorium_se3ep16.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: […]

40. Animal Sex and Death with Jules Howard

Zoology expert, Jules Howard gives his second Odditorium talk on the sex lives of animals, the extraordinary ways some creatures have learned to extend their lives and what we can learn from them. In the studio pie, cake and biscuit lover Dave Mounfield, is doing all he can to make it past 40. http://media.blubrry.com/oddpodcast/p/oddpodcast.com/wp-content/audio/odditorium_se3ep14.mp3 Podcast: […]

39. Ritual and Pilgrimage with Rupert Sheldrake

We were delighted when Rupert agreed to come and speak at one of our live Odditorium events in 2016. Here the celebrated scientist explores the importance of ritual and pilgrimage and the rise of psychedelic rituals in recent years. Inspired, our intrepid presenters take a pilgrimage to the shops…to buy some biscuits. http://media.blubrry.com/oddpodcast/p/oddpodcast.com/wp-content/audio/odditorium_se3ep12.mp3 Podcast: Play […]

38. Kling Klang vs Ding Dong with Mathew Clayton

Psychogeographer, author and acclaimed Alpinist, Mathew Clayton argues that, even more than the synthesiser, the cowbell, was the defining sound of the 20th century. Tying in everything from Kraftwerk to Jazz he shows how the little-known genres of kling-klang and ding-dong have influenced us in a post-truth world. http://media.blubrry.com/oddpodcast/p/oddpodcast.com/wp-content/audio/odditorium_se3ep11.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | […]

36. Alan Moore

Author, magician and hirsute wonder, Alan Moore is, for many, the greatest living Englishman. Not easily lured from his home town of Northampton, Alan made a rare appearance at the Odditorium tent in Brighton in May 2016, as part of an evening exploring the theme of counterculture. He was interviewed by another podcast favourite, John […]