A lively and fun weekly magazine produced and presented by Professor Noel Sharkey. On Sheffield Live 93.2FM every Friday at 9.00am with repeats on Sunday at 9.00am and Tuesday at 1.00pm.
The aim of the show is to make science and technology accessible to everyone and as jargon free as possible. There are weekly feature interviews with academic stars, news and fun items.
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The show has a number of regular Slots that cycle around but not every week: Science in the News, Movers and Shakers, Features, History of 20th century robots, Weird Science and a monthly insert from Cafe Scientifique
Prople interviewed on the show include:
Professor Lord Winston
Joel Conrad Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
Professor Antony Ryan CBE
Sir Harry Kroto: winner of the nobel chemistry prize 1996
Rear Admiral Chris J. Parry CBE: Ministry of defence director of Development, Concepts and Doctrine
Professor Yorick Wilks: World authority on Artificial Intelligence for lnatural anguage processing
Kathy Sykes, Collier Professor of Public Engagement at University of Bristol and TV regular (Rough Science, Saturday Kitchen, Alternative Theraphies)
Aejaz Aahid, award winning biomedical engineer and well know DJ with a NESTA fellowship to bring the two together
Malika Andress, National Space Centre
Professor John McCarthy – The father of Artificial Intelligence who gave it its name.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili CBE – particle physicist and BBC4 science presenter
Professor Marcu De Sautoy – Academic, Author and Broadcaser – known as an Oxford mathematician.
Marc Abrahams – founder of the ig Noble awards and writes a regular column for the Guardian on Improbable Science