This month We talk to Christiana Ellis, author of Phyllis Esposito: Interdimensional Private-Eye and Professor Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, Emeritus professor of history at the University of Edinburgh.
This month we speak to author of The Book of M, Peng Shepherd and Professor Michael Anderson from the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at Cambridge University.
This month we speak to author of The Rewind Files, Claire Willett and professor at Columbia Journalism School, Michael Schudson.
This month we talk to Martha Wells, author of the Murderbot Diaries. We also get a potted history of space law by your very own podcast editor.
This month we’re hanging out with the living dead, talking Certain Dark Things with Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Then, we talk to Deborah Hyde to find out why hanging out in your kitchen is the best place to fend of a vampire.
This month we talk to none other than Ann Leckie about her new book Provenance. And after that we have Paul Craddock, materials scientist from the British Museum to talk about what makes a historical object authentic. Plot of Provenance Following her record-breaking debut trilogy, Ann Leckie, winner of the Hugo, Nebula, Arthur C. …
This week, we talk to author Vivian Shaw about Greta Helsing, doctor to London’s monsters in Strange Practice. Then we talk to Tom Oates, Consult General Physician at the Royal London hospital about what its like treating the more human elements of the London population.