Setting up as an entrepreneur
Dr Oliver Mallett, Lecturer in Management at Durham University Business School, discusses the obstacles faced by late entrants to the enterprise culture with Laurie Taylor on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Alowed.
Exploring the concept of "No Man's Land"
Dr Noam Leshem (Department of Geography) and Alasdair Pinkerton (Royal Holloway University London) embark on an expedition across Europe and into North Africa to explore the concept of 'No Man's Lands', and to show that these ideas are as relevant today as they have always been.
They talk to the BBC World Service about their 6,000 mile journey.
Many people abandon the traditions in which they had been brought up in favour of something different. In some cases, it produces a great sense of betrayal and life for the so-called betrayer can be very difficult indeed.
Al Jazeera Inside Story – Crisis in Calais
Professor Thom Brooks appears on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story to discuss the crisis in Calais and whether there is a viable long term solution. He joins Maya Konforti of L’Auberge des Migrant, a French migrant charity, and James Hookham, the deputy chief executive of Britain's Freight Transport Association.
Watch here (discussion starts 4.18)
The Life Scientific - Carlos Frenk
Professor of Carlos Frenk appears on BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientific to talk about his life and work with Jim al-Khalili
Girls and Sport, ITV Tyne Tees
Dr Stacey Pope appears in an ITV Tyne Tees news feature on sport and girls. She discusses the reasons why females have less involvement in sport and that one of the key reasons is access to sport, especially in traditionally male-defined sports.
Watch her interview here.
BBC3's Taster Project: How Safe Are My Drugs?
This short interactive video from BBC3, features Professor Fiona Measham as she shows DJ B. Traits how she and the scientific community are taking new actions to
combat drug dangers.
Dark Matter, the mystery of the missing mass
Dark matter, the mysterious and invisible substance which is believed to make up most of the Universe is the topic of discussion on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time.
Joining presenter Melvyn Bragg are Professor Carlos Frenk, Ogden Professor of Fundamental Physics and Director of the Institute for Computational Cosmology, Carolin Crawford, Public Astronomer at the Institute of Astronomy and Anne Green, Reader in Physics at the University of Nottingham.
What can science offer historians?
Professor Andy Beeby talks to Tom Holland about new research which is analysing ink on medieval parchments, providing a whole new way of reading medieval manuscrips.
Listen to the broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Making History, at 15mins 30 secs.
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