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BYUradio's "This'll Take a While" brings you engaging and often digressive conversations about film, books, geography, culture, art, hockey, and pretty much everything else. Join Professor Dean Duncan of the BYU Film Department for expansive and captivating conversation.

Latest Episodes

Natural History

As he approaches the end of a happy and productive career teaching biology at BYU, Professor Jack Sites reflects on the unknowable expanse and inexhaustible delights of Nature, and its study. Here, truly, is the greatest of historical disciplines, a vast network of lineages that involves and embraces us all.

-1 s2018 MAY 1
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Natural History

Quit being afraid of math!

Dawn Teuscher makes her way over to the program by way of BYU'sDepartment of Math Education. You're not all tuning out now, are you? Come back here! Listen asDawn calmly,caringlyillustrates some of the many applications, pleasures and, yes, beauties of this misunderstood not-so-monster.

-1 s2018 APR 24
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Quit being afraid of math!

Evolution is a benevolent universality, in all sorts of ways

Seth Bybee continues our series of biological discussions byexplaining the particularities of scientifictheory, and the semi-certainties that that conceptsuggests. After that he and Dean move ontosomething that might have frightened some of you, andmaybe without reason. It's okay.We all evolve!

-1 s2018 APR 17
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Evolution is a benevolent universality, in all sorts of ways

Carl Theodor Dreyer

BYU Scandinavianist Chip Oscarson rejoins Deanto celebratethe matchless,magisterialcinema of thisgreat Danish film director.

-1 s2018 APR 10
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Carl Theodor Dreyer

Biospherical

BYU biologist Roger Koide discusses the fundamental interdependency of all species, great and small. He shows how an understanding of this quite wonderful reality can move us past the antagonism we sometimes feel toward other organisms, or to the positive voices that properly advocate for them.

-1 s2018 APR 3
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Biospherical

A Few Introductory Thoughts on World Religion, and on Judaism

Andy Reed, from BYU's Department of Church History, joins the program to talk about the vast length, breadth, depth and antiquity of world religion, as well as the urgent need of pretty well everybody bearing down to learn way more about it. Andy's own scholarly focus is on Judaism, and as this recording winds down he gives us a tantalizing glimpse of his own important and expanding Jewish scholarship.

-1 s2018 MAR 20
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A Few Introductory Thoughts on World Religion, and on Judaism

Big Concepts We Should All Probably Know About

Stan Benfell, a professor in BYU's department of comparative arts and letters, visits Deanto educate himabout some very big words that we've all heard of, and might not know enough about. Classical? Medievalism? Romance? Renaissance? These sagas all unfoldhere.

-1 s2018 MAR 13
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Big Concepts We Should All Probably Know About

Faraway Films

College of Humanities professors Daryl Lee and Chip Oscarson visit the show on the 50th anniversary of BYU's celebrated International Cinema program. They affirm that though subtitles may seem hard at first, being open to the world's films may just help us to solve some of the world's problems.

-1 s2018 MAR 6
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Faraway Films

Drafting a personal essay, right here on the air

Acclaimed essayist Patrick Madden rejoins the program to talk Dean through some of the rudiments, challenges and satisfactions of simultaneously living and writing your life.

-1 s2018 FEB 27
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Drafting a personal essay, right here on the air

Exploring the Nature of Evil, in Literature

TheBYUEnglish department's Dennis Cutchins joins Dean to discussthebenefits of reading challenging, difficult material. They also consider those occasions when a reader might just decide to get himself out of there!

-1 s2018 FEB 6
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Exploring the Nature of Evil, in Literature

Latest Episodes

Natural History

As he approaches the end of a happy and productive career teaching biology at BYU, Professor Jack Sites reflects on the unknowable expanse and inexhaustible delights of Nature, and its study. Here, truly, is the greatest of historical disciplines, a vast network of lineages that involves and embraces us all.

-1 s2018 MAY 1
Comments
Natural History

Quit being afraid of math!

Dawn Teuscher makes her way over to the program by way of BYU'sDepartment of Math Education. You're not all tuning out now, are you? Come back here! Listen asDawn calmly,caringlyillustrates some of the many applications, pleasures and, yes, beauties of this misunderstood not-so-monster.

-1 s2018 APR 24
Comments
Quit being afraid of math!

Evolution is a benevolent universality, in all sorts of ways

Seth Bybee continues our series of biological discussions byexplaining the particularities of scientifictheory, and the semi-certainties that that conceptsuggests. After that he and Dean move ontosomething that might have frightened some of you, andmaybe without reason. It's okay.We all evolve!

-1 s2018 APR 17
Comments
Evolution is a benevolent universality, in all sorts of ways

Carl Theodor Dreyer

BYU Scandinavianist Chip Oscarson rejoins Deanto celebratethe matchless,magisterialcinema of thisgreat Danish film director.

-1 s2018 APR 10
Comments
Carl Theodor Dreyer

Biospherical

BYU biologist Roger Koide discusses the fundamental interdependency of all species, great and small. He shows how an understanding of this quite wonderful reality can move us past the antagonism we sometimes feel toward other organisms, or to the positive voices that properly advocate for them.

-1 s2018 APR 3
Comments
Biospherical

A Few Introductory Thoughts on World Religion, and on Judaism

Andy Reed, from BYU's Department of Church History, joins the program to talk about the vast length, breadth, depth and antiquity of world religion, as well as the urgent need of pretty well everybody bearing down to learn way more about it. Andy's own scholarly focus is on Judaism, and as this recording winds down he gives us a tantalizing glimpse of his own important and expanding Jewish scholarship.

-1 s2018 MAR 20
Comments
A Few Introductory Thoughts on World Religion, and on Judaism

Big Concepts We Should All Probably Know About

Stan Benfell, a professor in BYU's department of comparative arts and letters, visits Deanto educate himabout some very big words that we've all heard of, and might not know enough about. Classical? Medievalism? Romance? Renaissance? These sagas all unfoldhere.

-1 s2018 MAR 13
Comments
Big Concepts We Should All Probably Know About

Faraway Films

College of Humanities professors Daryl Lee and Chip Oscarson visit the show on the 50th anniversary of BYU's celebrated International Cinema program. They affirm that though subtitles may seem hard at first, being open to the world's films may just help us to solve some of the world's problems.

-1 s2018 MAR 6
Comments
Faraway Films

Drafting a personal essay, right here on the air

Acclaimed essayist Patrick Madden rejoins the program to talk Dean through some of the rudiments, challenges and satisfactions of simultaneously living and writing your life.

-1 s2018 FEB 27
Comments
Drafting a personal essay, right here on the air

Exploring the Nature of Evil, in Literature

TheBYUEnglish department's Dennis Cutchins joins Dean to discussthebenefits of reading challenging, difficult material. They also consider those occasions when a reader might just decide to get himself out of there!

-1 s2018 FEB 6
Comments
Exploring the Nature of Evil, in Literature
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