Science Gallery Podcast

Episode 3: Psychics, séances, and cold reading

This episode of the podcast features world-famous mentalist Keith Barry, who took an evening out from his Olympia show, The Dark Side, to host an event at Science Gallery and ask how and why psychics convince us they can read our minds. Also taking on the tricky topic of psychics is illusionist and escapologist Paul Gleeson, who was the researcher on ILLUSION. You can listen to the podcast here on this page, or subscribe on iTunes

Music by Uncertain. Sound design by Maurice Kelliher. Produced and presented by Shaun O'Boyle. 

Episode 2: Probability, chance, and RISK LAB

This installment of the Science Gallery podcast is all about the maths and psychology of risk and chance. Shaun spoke with RISK LAB Curator David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk at Cambridge, and to RISK LAB researcher, Science Gallery's Jessica Stanley about our complex relationship with probability. Listen here or subscribe on iTunes


Music by Lullatone. Produced and presented by Shaun O'Boyle. 


Episode 1: Waves, cycles, and OSCILLATOR

For the return of the Science Gallery podcast, Shaun from the Science Gallery events team spoke with Douglas Repetto. Douglas is one of the curators of OSCILLATOR, which takes a look at the waves, rhythms, cycles and vibrations all around us. Douglas is an artist based at Columbia University in New York, and he brings some interesting insights into systems and the human drive to discover and understand patterns. Listen here or subscribe on iTunes.

Music by Lullatone. Produced and presented by Shaun O'Boyle. 


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