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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Sound and its Capture in Anglo-Saxon England The first lecture in the Lyell Lecture 2022 series delivered by Professor Susan Rankin (University of Cambridge) Susan Rankin 09 May 2022
2 How has COVID-19 influenced domestic life? The Disobedient Buildings team reflect on both the positive and negative implications of spending more time in the home and within the community during Covid-19 lockdowns across their field sites. Inge Daniels, Gabriela Nicolescu, Anna Ulrikke Andersen 04 May 2022
3 The Sound of Symmetry - Marcus du Sautoy Symmetry has played a role both for composers and in the creation of musical instruments. Marcus du Sautoy 24 May 2017
4 'Senses' Part 1 - When the senses collide Can sounds change how things taste? How can we alter our experiences by taking advantage of how our senses mingle? Charles Spence 27 Jun 2016
5 "Anomalies" Part 1 - Tinnitus Researcher Joshua Gold explains a condition called tinnitus, most often described as a persistent and annoying sound in one or both ears. Joshua Gold, Chris Lintott 21 Jan 2015
6 Creative Commons 07. Microscopic View of Vibrations in Solids in One Dimension II: The Diatomic (Alternating) Harmonic Chain Lecture 7 in a series of 21 lectures on solid state physics, delivered by Professor Steven H. Simon in early 2014. Steven H. Simon 09 Sep 2014
7 Creative Commons 06. Microscopic View of Vibrations in Solids in One Dimension I: The Monatomic Harmonic Chain Lecture 6 in a series of 21 lectures on solid state physics, delivered by Professor Steven H. Simon in early 2014. Steven H. Simon 09 Sep 2014