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1 Sparking change with Purnima Devi Barman This week Sofia and Julia talk to Indian conservationist Purnima Devi Barman about her fight to protect the greater adjutant stork, the importance of involving women in conservation and the power of creating new traditions. Purnima Devi Barman, Sofia Castello y Tickell, Julia Migne 14 Jul 2020
2 Creative Commons All that glitters. Find out how birds, insects and plants exploit iridescence. Lindsay Turnbull 04 Jun 2020
3 Understanding our natural world: why languages matter What role do languages play in helping us understand and protect our natural world? Do the words we use when talking about our local flora and fauna matter? In this episode of LinguaMania, we explore the links between language and nature. Felice Wyndham, Karen Park, Andrew Gosler 09 Mar 2020
4 Musings from Cloud Cuckoo Land Dr Karen Park delivers a Creative Multilingualism and TORCH Bitesize talk as part of Linguamania Karen Park 21 Feb 2017
5 The Canary in the Coal Mine: could seabirds be the warning signs for our oceans? Dr Annette Fayet tells us about the Manx Shearwater; a little seabird that makes a huge journey. Annette Fayet 28 Sep 2016
6 The Avian Genome Explosion The ASC Trinity Term Lecture delivered by Professor Tom Gilbert, exploring the analysis of bird genomes and evolution. Tom Gilbert 27 May 2015