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Good Science: Great Radio (The Secrets of Successful Science Audio)

When Nov 18, 2015
from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM
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Media folk are sometimes seen as a scary bunch but honestly, they're not! The Radio Independents Group is hosting a free masterclass for radio / podcast practitioners and scientists alike to facilitate better science communication across the airways.

They'll be talking about how to prep for an interview, sharing tricks of the trade and delving behind what makes great science programming. Speakers include Head of BBC Radio 4 Science Unit Deborah Cohen; Toby Murcott, scientist and broadcaster for Radio 4; Naked Scientist and pop-sci writer Kat Arney; Cambridge University Astronomer Carolin Crawford and award-winning science broadcaster Sue Nelson.

There will also be a special, pre-recorded interview with Professor Jim Al-Khalili. He’ll be dishing out his experiences straddling the worlds both of quantum research and as a presenter.

Pre-book your space here.


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