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Best Nick Bodmer podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Nick Bodmer podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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"Hey Indie Filmmakers" is a weekly podcast about DIY filmmaking, cameras and technology, hosted by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond and tech expert Nick Bodmer.
 
From Mendel's peas to personal genome sequencing, Genetics Unzipped brings you stories from the world of genes, genomes and DNA. In association with The Genetics Society.
 
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It’s become cheaper and easier than ever to access genetic testing, and more and more people are having their genomes ‘done’ for reasons of personal interest, health or ancestry. But what happens when an innocent genetic investigation reveals dark family secrets? And how do we properly engage and inform people about genetic testing and research, so…
 
In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re exploring a couple of iconic images in evolution - the much-parodied March of Progress, portraying the inexorable journey from monkey to man, and the famous finches of the Galapagos islands, which are supposedly the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s theory of natural se…
 
How to Locate Free-to-Use Archival Footage Using tools like youtube-dl, and sources including presidential libraries and Archive.org, Nick and Griffin explain how to locate and download historical news footage for documentaries. It’s the workflow behind Griffin’s weekly archival web series Rewind. Download The Recount app on iOS or Android. Watch R…
 
Professor Turi King from the University of Leicester reveals the secrets of the Y chromosome and how the remains of Richard III were identified. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Create The Media. More info at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow …
 
The Celts are one of the most famous - and misunderstood - people who lived in ancient Britain. Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe CBE, FBA from the University of Oxford explores the myths and the reality. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Crea…
 
Dr Lara Cassidy from Trinity College Dublin talks about her work exploring the genomic history of Ireland. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Create The Media. More info at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Visit the…
 
Professor Sir Walter Bodmer FRS from the Weatherall Institute, Oxford, explains what we know so far about genetic structure and origins of populations of the British Isles. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Create The Media. More info at …
 
Dr Silvia Bello from the Natural History Museum in London is investigating how patterns of human behaviour have changed over the last million years. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Create The Media. More info at GeneticsUnzipped.com Fol…
 
Professor Ian Barnes and Dr Selina Brace, ancient DNA researchers at the Natural History Museum in Lopndon, discuss how their work on ancient DNA is shedding light on the British population from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by…
 
Professor Nick Ashton, an archaeologist at the British Museum, is studying the earliest humans in Europe. Part of our special series from the 2019 Galton Institute Symposium - New Light on Old Britons. Presented and produced by Georgia Mills for First Create The Media. More info at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Visit the …
 
In this episode we’re bringing you highlights from the Society’s Centenary Conference, held up in Edinburgh last month. We’ve got stories of sneaky sheep, substandard racing stallions, the Vikings of the Scottish Isles and a ceilidh with a scientific spin. Plus, news from the front lines of the sperm wars. Full transcript online at GeneticsUnzipped…
 
I smashed my camera on the campaign trail While covering the campaign trail in Iowa, Griffin accidentally broke his Panasonic GH5S camera, and busted a lens as well. How he managed to complete the video assignment regardless. Watch Griffin’s short film for The Recount. Download The Recount iOS app, and check out Griffin’s weekly deep dive into the …
 
In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re uprooting the tree of life - asking whether we should believe our eyes or our sequencing machines when it comes to deciding what makes a species. Plus, the greatest comebacks of all time - we look at the science of de-extinction and find out whether Jurassic Park could…
 
We’re reporting back from the Manova Global Health Summit, exploring the latest advances in health technology such as CRISPR-based gene therapies, infection-fighting viruses and a potential cure for HIV. Plus veteran health columnist Jane Brody’s advice for a healthy life, and reflections on progress in cancer from US journalist and advocate Katie …
 
Recreating this podcast look on a budget For the video version of this podcast, Griffin and Nick use decent cameras, lighting, and a few filmmaking tricks. But can it be simplified, replicated for budget-conscious non-filmmakers to achieve the same look? Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your …
 
We explore the story of Edith Rebecca Saunders - co-founder of The Genetics Society and the ‘mother of British plant genetics’. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media f…
 
In this episode we’re getting our hands dirty by delving into the poop-ome - the trillions of bacteria that live inside our guts and make up what’s known as the microbiome. Rather than simply being a bunch of bugs, the microbiome is now believed to play a role in virtually every aspect of health and disease. But what are they up to? How do we even …
 
Why does the new iPhone need 3 cameras? Griffin is in Villenave-d’Ornon, France, and Nick explains why Apple added a third camera to their newly released iPhone 11 Pro. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain—visit http://squarespace.com/griffin Below—a pho…
 
In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re looking at mergers and acquisitions - but in a biological rather than a financial sense. We find out what happens when two cells decide to move in together, unpack the history of genetic engineering and bleat on about the story of Dolly the Sheep. Full shows notes incl…
 
Why are tumours more likely to develop in some tissues than others? Why are bowel and breast cancers so common when heart cancer is so rare? And will low doses of radiation from medical scans create the conditions for unruly cells to grow, even without damaging DNA? In the latest episode of Genetics Unzipped we’re tackling the Big Questions about t…
 
The lens that shot “Sriracha” Griffin is selling a lens and a microphone! Email griffin@hey.film if you’re interested. Plus, your questions about ugly slow motion footage, what questions to ask in a documentary interview, and why that purple fringe creeps into your shot. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then s…
 
In this episode we’re bringing you a selection of our favourite bits from the year so far that you might have missed. We’re taking a short summer break and will be back again with new episodes from the 12th of September. In the meantime, I’ve picked a few highlights from our earlier episodes that you may have missed. I hope you enjoy listening to t…
 
Please fill in our short listener survey so we can make the podcasts even better, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a signed copy of Kat’s book, Herding Hemingway’s Cats. In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re telling tales of sex, death and extinction, and exploring the very darkest side of genetics…
 
In this episode we’re taking a trip in a genetic time machine - back into the past to discover the origins of ancient human populations, and into the future to explore the realities of personal genome sequencing. Please fill in our short listener survey so we can make the podcasts even better, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a signed copy …
 
When GoPro shuts down your Kickstarter campaign Ukranian filmmaker Artem Gavr marketed a spinning boomerang-like device for capturing “bullet-time” slow motion effects. Problem is, GoPro says he infringed on their trademarks. I covered the WinGo story during July 10 and July 17 broadcasts of Indy News. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squa…
 
Please take a moment to do our brief listener survey - https://geneticsunzipped.com/survey - thanks very much. In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re exploring the dark heart of the genome, untying nature’s shoelaces, and looking back at the discovery of RNA splicing. Genetics Unzipped is written and presen…
 
We’re celebrating the actual birthday of the society - founded on the 25th June, 100 years ago - with past president, Nobel laureate and winner of the Genetics Society’s first centenary medal, Sir Paul Nurse (and some very fruity DNA-based cocktails...) Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media …
 
The VR headset that goes anywhere Griffin upgrades to the untethered Oculus Quest, a portable virtual reality headset that uses “inside-out tracking”—that is, four infrared cameras on the headset see the controllers and recognize the shape of your living room. "Hey Indie Filmmakers" is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% o…
 
In this episode from our centenary series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re unravelling the story of the double helix, cracking the triplet code, and sketching out a Punnet square. Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media for the Genetics Society - one of the oldest learned societies in th…
 
In this episode of Genetics Unzipped, reporter Graihagh Jackson loses herself in the Valley of Hybridisation at the Genetics Society's medal-winning garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, and discover the importance of playing with your genes. Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media for the Geneti…
 
Would you spend $599 on a travel tripod? In 10 days, Peak Design has already raised over $5 million for their new travel tripod. Nick is one of nearly 12,000 Kickstarter backers. But would you spend nearly $289 for a small aluminum tripod? Or $479 for lightweight carbon fiber? (Final retail price will be $599.) Griffin has been testing out the Rapi…
 
In this episode from our series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re taking the train to London with William Bateson as he brings Mendel's ideas to Britain, seeking the secrets of snapdragons, and discovering how to build an army of MinIONs. Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media for the Ge…
 
The first draft of the human genome came with a price tag running into billions of dollars. In less than twenty years, the cost of whole genome sequencing had plummeted, making the thousand dollar genome a reality by 2014, and opening up a consumer market for personal genome sequencing - although as geneticist Elaine Mardis quipped, it’s a $1000 ge…
 
In this episode from our series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we explore the discovery of chromosomes - the strands of genetic material within every living cell - take a look at Lyonisation, and solve the case of the missing chromosomes. Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat Arney, and produced by First Create the Media for the Genet…
 
Can I make my own press pass? I attempted to hire Vistaprint to create a plastic card with my name, face, and the word PRESS on it—a press pass that I designed. But the proof was rejected as “suspicious.” A press pass is not a government-issued ID. It’s akin to a business card, something that honestly conveys what you do for a living, and something…
 
In this episode we ask, what would have happened if Darwin had read Mendel? And what if they’d been on Twitter? Plus, something else that Darwin would have loved: an ambitious project to sequence the DNA of everything across the tree of life. Presented by Kat Arney, with Greg Radick (University of Leeds) and Dan Mead (Wellcome Sanger Institute). Fu…
 
How long should freelancers save clients' video files? If a client from six years ago emailed you, would you still have their wedding video? Nick and Griffin discuss their data retention policies for freelance clients. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domai…
 
Kat Arney tells the stories of four women from the history of 20th century genetics, and explores how sexism in scientific culture led to their achievements being overlooked. There's Esther Lederberg, whose work on phage Lambda paved the way for her husband Joshua's 1958 Nobel Prize. She was also the inventor of replica plating - a technique still …
 
In this episode we bring you a very special interview with Mary-Claire King - one of the world’s leading geneticists, whose work has spanned everything from comparing chimps and humans to finding the first breast cancer gene to reuniting families that have been torn apart. Get the full transcript, links and references from https://geneticsunzipped.…
 
This is a special edition of Genetics Unzipped, in association with the Genomics Education programme - part of Health Education England. We’ll be finding out how genomic medicine is coming into the NHS, and what it means for everyone working in the health service. Since the publication of the draft sequence of the human genome back in the early nou…
 
In this episode from our series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re entering the glamorous world of modelling, taking a look at the eclectic collection of model organisms that have been put to work in the lab to reveal the secrets of biology. Full transcript and notes online: https://geneticsunzipped.com/blog/2019/2/28/007-supermodels-of-science…
 
Solving the Audio Sample Rate Mismatch Nick and Griffin each solve a couple technical issues plaguing their filmmaking processes this week. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain—visit squarespace.com/griffin…
 
We’re looking at the genetics of failure - why we fail to lose weight thanks to our genes, and why billions of dollars are wasted developing drugs that don’t work. Full show notes and transcript available at https://geneticsunzipped.com/blog/2019/2/14/006-big-fat-failureBy Genetics Unzipped
 
I created these intro titles with Pixelstick Griffin uses a light-painting wand called Pixelstick to create the intro sequence for his new Indy Mogul show—Cheap Thing vs. Expensive Thing.By Griffin Hammond & Nick Bodmer
 
One-Day Documentaries with Griffin Hammond Indy Mogul is back! This is first episode of The Indy Mogul Podcast, hosted by Ted Sim: Today we catch up with fellow co-host Griffin Hammond about his work covering the 2016 Presidential election with Bloomberg News and the process of creating his festival darling documentary “Sriracha.” We also discuss t…
 
Genetics Unzipped is the Genetics Society podcast. Written and presented by Dr Kat Arney, produced by Hannah Varrall for First Create the Media. Full show notes available online at https://geneticsunzipped.com/By Genetics Unzipped
 
Judge Denies My Request to Film in NYC Courtroom Swiss tourist Paolo Prosetti was arrested after crashing his drone near Times Square in New York City. When Griffin attempted to film his court case, the judge denied his request. Lots of exciting videos this week! Monday: Indy Mogul is Back! Yesterday: How to Film a Documentary in One Day Yesterday:…
 
In this episode we’re taking a dive into the world of evolutionary genetics to witness the fitness - we ask whether street smart city-dwelling birds are genetically different from their country bumpkin relatives, how butterflies got their brightly patterned wings, and if today’s genetic research would have blown Darwin’s mind. Full show notes and r…
 
In this episode from our series exploring 100 ideas in genetics, we’re hunting down Huntington’s disease, discovering why viruses are so important for geneticists, and chasing the science behind spidergoats.By Genetics Unzipped
 
Andy the cat is on Polish TV Polish news program Fakty TVN featured one my most popular YouTube videos, Andy the cat climbing our Christmas tree. It’s a lesson in investing even in silly videos—you never know which work you create will resonate and lead to interesting opportunities. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for …
 
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