Podcasts and audio
We regularly feature in radio and podcasts around the world. You can listen to our podcast series on space, or episodes where our experts are interviewed about geology, climate science, animal ethics or cities and the meaning of 'placemaking.'
We have provided some highlights below for you to enjoy.
|Edinburgh: Space Data Capital||
Edinburgh: Space Data Capital podcast series
Enjoy this podcast series where Dr Murray Collins from the School of GeoSciences and journalist Kim McAllister reveal why Edinburgh is on course to become the space data capital of Europe. From satellite data to space robots and even landing on comets - they interview experts from across Scotland. Professors, business leaders and students share insights from their work in space and satellite technology in Edinburgh and across the world.
|Scotland's Secret Space Race||
Scotland's Secret Space Race podcast series
This podcast series takes you into government departments, research labs, launch sites and even into orbit. Dr Murray Collins and journalist Kim McAllister interview politicians, astronauts, space scientists and satellite experts to unveil the incredible innovation in Scotland.
|Financial Times audio feature||
Will coronavirus reduce food's carbon footprint?
Professor Dave Reay is interviewed in this audio feature for the Financial Times sustainable food and agriculture special report. While coronavirus has hit the global food system hard, it also offers an opportunity for a long-term reset — including curbing agriculture's greenhouse gas emissions. How might that come about? And what can governments and consumers do to make sure it does?
|Forecast: Episode 23||
Forecast: Episode Gabi Hegerl and climate science
Forecast was a podcast series about climate science and climate scientists by Michael White, Nature's editor for climate science. It is archived for future listeners interested in looking back on climate science of the early 21st century.
For episode 23, Michael interviews Professor Gabi Hegerl, who has played a leading role in several Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Reports (IPCC), which is the internationally accepted authority on climate change.
|Geology Bites: Episode Rachel Wood||
Geology Bites podcast series: Episode Rachel Wood
This is a podcast series of conversations about geology with researchers making key contributions to our understanding of the Earth. It aims to be accessible to curious listeners, even those who do not have much if any, scientific knowledge.
Professor Rachel Wood is interviewed in this episode. A Professor in Carbonate Geoscience, Rachel has uncovered fossils that suggest that the fuse of the so-called Cambrian explosion of life was lit in the Ediacaran, the geological period that preceded the Cambrian.
|Knowing Animals: Episode 150||
Knowing Animals podcast series: Episode Krithika Srinivasan
Knowing Animals is a weekly podcast about all things related to animals and ethics, animals and the law, animals and politics, and animal advocacy. It features interviews with animal studies scholars and animal advocates.
In episode 150, Dr Krithika Srinivasan is interviewed about her article 'Remaking more‐than‐human society: thought experiments on street dogs as "nature",' which appeared in the journal 'Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers'.
|Open Stacks Podcast: Episode - Placemaking||
The Seminary Co-op Open Stacks Podcast: Placemaking with Timothy Cresswell
In this episode, Professor Tim Cresswell joins the Chicago Seminary Co-op in conversations about placemaking and his book "Maxwell Street: Writing and Thinking Place", published by the University of Chicago Press.
BBC radio documentary features
Professor Hayden Lorimer has written and presented several BBC radio documentary features which are available online:
Against Our Ruin
From the ruins of a modern architectural masterpiece, Hayden asks poets, thinkers and entropy tourists why we love fragments and scraps more than finished artworks.
Hayden explores a world of ice truths and ice dreams with poets, musicians, explorers, doctors and physicists.
|The Perfumed Mountaineer||
The Perfumed Mountaineer
Hayden tells of the doubled life and times of Walter Poucher, renowned mountain photographer and master perfumer.