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Podcasts from the MA Course Digital & Traditional Broadcasting Communication. SOAS, University of London

Latest Episodes

12 Seconds of Fame

An audio tour of Instagram

--2018 MAY 1
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12 Seconds of Fame

Where Are You REALLY From?

On a very awkward question

--2018 APR 30
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Where Are You REALLY From?

How Do You Kill A Snowman?

Dreams... what are they all about then?

--2018 APR 30
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How Do You Kill A Snowman?

Sleep Waking

What is lucid dreaming?

--2018 APR 30
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Sleep Waking

Me, Myself and Identity

Four stories about identity

--2018 APR 30
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Me, Myself and Identity

Where She Went

A powerful account of dreaming in a coma

--2018 APR 30
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Where She Went

When the gun is replaced by the melody: How does music resist?

‘Even if they don’t have a message, the act of actually playing music itself is resistance,’ says Dr. Sara McGuiness. Classical Thai musician Luang Praditpairoh fought through the melodies of his songs surrounded by oppression; Ahmed Maher signed petitions to bring down the Morsi government in Egypt whilst at concerts around the country and the melody of an old Catalonian song travelled almost a century of different resistance movements. This is a podcast of musical adventures. Features conversations with musicians, writers and academics with special guest appearances from random people pulled off the street. Produced by Lara Sarlak, Fino Patanasiri, Diego M. Mosquera and Kelly O’Donovan Music by: Luang Praditpairoh - San Kumneung Maktoub - Kaf Sheikh Imam - El Bahr Byedhak le Hazem Shaheen and The Eskenderella Group - Safha Gedeeda Dina El Wedidi - El Haram Lluís Llach - L'Estaca Jacek Kaczmarski - Mury Habakuk - Mury Emel Mathlouthi and Yasser Jeradi - Dima Dima

27 MIN2016 MAR 5
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When the gun is replaced by the melody: How does music resist?

Brain Explorer. A Crazy Journey Through Research

2016. Planet Earth. Millions of humans spend time reading, writing and learning in universities. Intrigued by this situation, a group of scientists invented a program capable of entering researchers' brains to discover their puzzling feelings about academia. After months of hard work, they finally set up their new machine at the entrance of SOAS, University of London, for a first test. Here starts an unusual journey through a whirlwind of thoughts in a quest to answer the question: "Is research sexy?"

13 MIN2016 MAR 5
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Brain Explorer. A Crazy Journey Through Research

Does Watching A Movie Make Me Smarter?

A good movie or documentary can present a concept, an idea, or a historical background very well and efficiently. In this podcast, we will talk about how professors in SOAS see about introducing films into teaching— Are films a useful material? And how do we learn from a film? We have professors from different disciplines to talk to us about which movies best expresses the disciplines they teach, and how they see a movie.

--2016 MAR 5
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Does Watching A Movie Make Me Smarter?

Digital Breadcrumbs: An Urban Fairytale

This story is reminiscent of our childhood children’s fairytale when Hansel and Gretel leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find their way home. Fast-forward to the hustle and bustle of London’s digital world, we turn our focus on a girl named Amanda and a trail of digital breadcrumbs she leaves behind. But, what exactly do we know about these trails? How are we creating them? Will they “lead us back home” to safety and the world of convenience or does it actually pose a real threat to privacy and safety? Listen to find out.

14 MIN2016 MAR 4
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Digital Breadcrumbs: An Urban Fairytale

Latest Episodes

12 Seconds of Fame

An audio tour of Instagram

--2018 MAY 1
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12 Seconds of Fame

Where Are You REALLY From?

On a very awkward question

--2018 APR 30
Comments
Where Are You REALLY From?

How Do You Kill A Snowman?

Dreams... what are they all about then?

--2018 APR 30
Comments
How Do You Kill A Snowman?

Sleep Waking

What is lucid dreaming?

--2018 APR 30
Comments
Sleep Waking

Me, Myself and Identity

Four stories about identity

--2018 APR 30
Comments
Me, Myself and Identity

Where She Went

A powerful account of dreaming in a coma

--2018 APR 30
Comments
Where She Went

When the gun is replaced by the melody: How does music resist?

‘Even if they don’t have a message, the act of actually playing music itself is resistance,’ says Dr. Sara McGuiness. Classical Thai musician Luang Praditpairoh fought through the melodies of his songs surrounded by oppression; Ahmed Maher signed petitions to bring down the Morsi government in Egypt whilst at concerts around the country and the melody of an old Catalonian song travelled almost a century of different resistance movements. This is a podcast of musical adventures. Features conversations with musicians, writers and academics with special guest appearances from random people pulled off the street. Produced by Lara Sarlak, Fino Patanasiri, Diego M. Mosquera and Kelly O’Donovan Music by: Luang Praditpairoh - San Kumneung Maktoub - Kaf Sheikh Imam - El Bahr Byedhak le Hazem Shaheen and The Eskenderella Group - Safha Gedeeda Dina El Wedidi - El Haram Lluís Llach - L'Estaca Jacek Kaczmarski - Mury Habakuk - Mury Emel Mathlouthi and Yasser Jeradi - Dima Dima

27 MIN2016 MAR 5
Comments
When the gun is replaced by the melody: How does music resist?

Brain Explorer. A Crazy Journey Through Research

2016. Planet Earth. Millions of humans spend time reading, writing and learning in universities. Intrigued by this situation, a group of scientists invented a program capable of entering researchers' brains to discover their puzzling feelings about academia. After months of hard work, they finally set up their new machine at the entrance of SOAS, University of London, for a first test. Here starts an unusual journey through a whirlwind of thoughts in a quest to answer the question: "Is research sexy?"

13 MIN2016 MAR 5
Comments
Brain Explorer. A Crazy Journey Through Research

Does Watching A Movie Make Me Smarter?

A good movie or documentary can present a concept, an idea, or a historical background very well and efficiently. In this podcast, we will talk about how professors in SOAS see about introducing films into teaching— Are films a useful material? And how do we learn from a film? We have professors from different disciplines to talk to us about which movies best expresses the disciplines they teach, and how they see a movie.

--2016 MAR 5
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Does Watching A Movie Make Me Smarter?

Digital Breadcrumbs: An Urban Fairytale

This story is reminiscent of our childhood children’s fairytale when Hansel and Gretel leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find their way home. Fast-forward to the hustle and bustle of London’s digital world, we turn our focus on a girl named Amanda and a trail of digital breadcrumbs she leaves behind. But, what exactly do we know about these trails? How are we creating them? Will they “lead us back home” to safety and the world of convenience or does it actually pose a real threat to privacy and safety? Listen to find out.

14 MIN2016 MAR 4
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Digital Breadcrumbs: An Urban Fairytale
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