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Live from the basements of the University, it's your new favorite music podcast! Turn off and tune into the boys from Food Club talk about music, events in the world, and day-to-day (...basically everything except country)! Join Jake, Joe, Joon, and Chad every week on all podcasting platforms!
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Book a Week

CEPT Library & Center for Research on Architecture and Urbanism

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Book-a-Week is a weekly podcast in an author-interview format featuring new books on architecture and cities published in the last five years. Every week young scholars from the fields of architecture, urbanism and design research will interview authors of recent books on diverse topics from architectural history, design theory, and ecological thinking to urban studies and anthropology. Each episode is imagined as a reflective, genial conversation on the book, its context, significance and r ...
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#1 Cambridge University BNOC (Big Name on Campus) - and ‘the best interviewer [The Body Coach Joe Wicks] has ever met’ - I am striving to give guests legacy-worthy interviews that listeners can enjoy while cooking, commuting, relaxing, or walking their pets. 10000+ Downloads in the first year. Please nominate a guest now: https://linktr.ee/DavidQuan
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The Vivek Eadara Show

The Vivek Eadara Show

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Vivek Eadara is a 5th year architecture student studying in JNAFAU, (Hyderabad) and is currently interning at RMA Architects. From a very young age he has engaged himself with photography, fine arts and travel which in their own ways, introduced him to architecture. This Architecture Podcast series is an initiative to interact and create a dialogue with well-known industry professionals, emerging young Architects and aspiring architecture students to converse about one’s personal and profess ...
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Shreyank Khemalapure engages in a discussion with Eric Denis, Marie-Hélène Zérah about their book ‘Subaltern Urbanisation in India: An Introduction to the Dynamics of Ordinary Towns' which was published by Springer in 2017The book, ‘Subaltern Urbanisation in India’, edited by Eric and Marie, offers a paradigm shift in understanding India's urban la…
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Bhavin Shukla engages in a discussion with Sarita Sundar about her book ‘From the Frugal to the Ornate - Stories of the Seat in India' which was published by Godrej and Boyce in 2022In the book 'From the Frugal to the Ornate: Stories of the Seat in India', Sarita Sundar explores the significance of seating in Indian culture, delving into its relati…
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Soumini Raja engages in a discussion with Amita Baviskar about her book ‘Uncivil City: Ecology, Equity and the Commons in Delhi' which was published by the SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd in 2020"Uncivil City: Ecology, Equity and the Commons in Delhi" by Amita Baviskar explores the complex interplay between urban development, environmental sustainabilit…
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Bhavin Shukla engages in a discussion with Snehal Shah, Editor of ‘Footprints of Visvakarma: Studies in Indian Sculpture and Architecture' published by the Akshara Publications in 2018Footprints of Visvakarma: Studies in Indian Sculpture and Architecture" is a scholarly exploration of Indian sculpture and architecture, delving into the rich heritag…
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Shreyank Khemalapure engages in a discussion with Pinkish Shah, Editor of ‘Sen Kapadia Architect: In Pursuance of Meanings', published by the CEPT University Press in 2022The book authored by Sen Kapadia, "In Pursuance of Meanings" is a profound reflection by esteemed architect Sen Kapadia, offering insights gleaned from over 50 years of profession…
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Bhavin Shukla engages in a discussion with Anjan Mitra about his book, ‘Durga Pujo and the City of Kolkata', which was published by the INDIANA & Sustained Actions for Value and Environment in 2022The book written by Anjan Mitra delves into the concept of temporality and its connection to the Bengali tradition of Durga Pujo in Kolkata. It transcend…
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Soumini Raja discusses the book ‘The Great Padma' with author Professor Kazi Khalid Ashraf. The Great Padma was published by the Goff Books in 2023This book offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate tapestry of life and history woven within the vast expanse of the Bengal Delta. The Book delves into the rich cultural heritage, geographical…
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Shreyank Khemalapure engages in a discussion with Vasudhendra Shroff about his book, ‘The Unforgiving City and other stories', which was published by the Penguin Viking in 2021The book written by Vasundendra and translated by Mysore Nataraja, offers a raw and unflinching portrayal of urban life. Through a series of gripping narratives, it delves in…
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Soumini Raja engages in a discussion with Lindsay Bremner about her book, ‘Monsoon as Method: A Book by Monsoon Assemblages', released by the Actar Publishers in 2022The book written by Lindsay Bremner, Beth Cullen, Christina Leigh Geros, Harshavardhan Bhat, Anthony Powis and John Cook explores how the Monsoon Assemblages project engages with the m…
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Bhavin Shukla engages in a discussion with Prof. Miki Desai and Prof. Madhavi Desai about their book, 'Architecture and Independence: The Search for Identity – India 1880 to 1980', which was released in its second edition by the CEPT University Press in 2022.The book written by Miki Desai, Madhavi Desai and Jon Lang explores how Indian architecture…
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Episode 98 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zizheng (Tom) Wang's story is one of ambition, adaptability, and trailblazing success. Raised in a military family in China, Tom's early life was steeped in discipline and determination. At the age of 18, he embarked on a life-changing journey, traveling alone to the United States to attend the University of Mar…
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Episode 98 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zizheng (Tom) Wang's story is one of ambition, adaptability, and trailblazing success. Raised in a military family in China, Tom's early life was steeped in discipline and determination. At the age of 18, he embarked on a life-changing journey, traveling alone to the United States to attend the University of Mar…
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Episode 97 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Wilson Ying is a third year student at Emmanuel College in University of Cambridge reading Mathematics. Born in a business family, he developed an interest in the economic and business world through books and everyday chats with his family. Curious about the world, he went on to explore his interests in areas in…
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Episode 97 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Wilson Ying is a third year student at Emmanuel College in University of Cambridge reading Mathematics. Born in a business family, he developed an interest in the economic and business world through books and everyday chats with his family. Curious about the world, he went on to explore his interests in areas in…
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Episode 96 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Apolline M.E. Hastings is an aspiring diplomat and former member of the London Youth Assembly and Greater London Authority. As a contemporary gap year student (Cambridge University re-applicant), she possesses an ardent interest in intersectional feminism, security architecture, green energy and social mobility.…
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Episode 96 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Apolline M.E. Hastings is an aspiring diplomat and former member of the London Youth Assembly and Greater London Authority. As a contemporary gap year student (Cambridge University re-applicant), she possesses an ardent interest in intersectional feminism, security architecture, green energy and social mobility.…
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Episode 95 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Simon Staal recently completed his studies in computer engineering at Imperial College London, one of the best technical universities in the world. As somehow who has always been competitive in the classroom, Simon has an extensive history of prizes attained over his academic journey, recently culminating into b…
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Episode 95 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Simon Staal recently completed his studies in computer engineering at Imperial College London, one of the best technical universities in the world. As somehow who has always been competitive in the classroom, Simon has an extensive history of prizes attained over his academic journey, recently culminating into b…
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Episode 94 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Damsith Wimalasena is a multi-faceted individual whose life journey has been nothing short of remarkable. Currently an undergraduate student at the University of Cambridge, Damsith is navigating life separated from his triplet siblings for the first time, as they pursue their studies at UCLA. Born and raised in …
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Episode 94 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Damsith Wimalasena is a multi-faceted individual whose life journey has been nothing short of remarkable. Currently an undergraduate student at the University of Cambridge, Damsith is navigating life separated from his triplet siblings for the first time, as they pursue their studies at UCLA. Born and raised in …
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Episode 93 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Stephanie Webb is a second year English student at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. She grew up in a trilingual environment in Hong Kong where she attended a local school for 12 years followed by an international school. She was granted membership to the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE) i…
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Episode 93 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Stephanie Webb is a second year English student at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. She grew up in a trilingual environment in Hong Kong where she attended a local school for 12 years followed by an international school. She was granted membership to the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE) i…
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Episode 92 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Alexa (Lexi) Mousley is a third year PhD candidate at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge. Supported by the Gates-Cambridge scholarship, Lexi uses computational models to better understand the development of structural brain networks, particularly during infancy and early dev…
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Episode 92 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Alexa (Lexi) Mousley is a third year PhD candidate at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge. Supported by the Gates-Cambridge scholarship, Lexi uses computational models to better understand the development of structural brain networks, particularly during infancy and early dev…
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Episode 91 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Olivia Woods is a second-year student studying Theology at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. To the slight frustration of her former teachers, Olivia has always had an urge to question whatever information was taught to her, potentially sparking her passion for Theology - a subject that is essentia…
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Episode 91 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Olivia Woods is a second-year student studying Theology at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. To the slight frustration of her former teachers, Olivia has always had an urge to question whatever information was taught to her, potentially sparking her passion for Theology - a subject that is essentia…
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Episode 91 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Olivia Woods is a second-year student studying Theology at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. To the slight frustration of her former teachers, Olivia has always had an urge to question whatever information was taught to her, potentially sparking her passion for Theology - a subject that is essentia…
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Episode 90 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Annie Chown is an up and coming global pop star... just kidding! Annie is going into her third year studying music at St Catharine's College and is a choral scholar, having recently toured Rome with the college choir, as well as enjoying writing more acoustic indie folk songs that she performs at chilled college…
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Episode 90 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Annie Chown is an up and coming global pop star... just kidding! Annie is going into her third year studying music at St Catharine's College and is a choral scholar, having recently toured Rome with the college choir, as well as enjoying writing more acoustic indie folk songs that she performs at chilled college…
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Episode 89 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Sydney Conroy is a PhD candidate at Christs College, University of Cambridge and the Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development, and Learning (PEDAL) researching play therapy and trauma. She grew up in the US in Southern California before moving to Michigan, where she participated in the scholarship p…
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Episode 89 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Sydney Conroy is a PhD candidate at Christs College, University of Cambridge and the Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development, and Learning (PEDAL) researching play therapy and trauma. She grew up in the US in Southern California before moving to Michigan, where she participated in the scholarship p…
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Episode 88 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Andre Pancholi is a second-year Geography student at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. His primary interests centre around sustainability, politics, ecology, identity, developmental economics and climate change. Motivated by his desire to see a non-environmentally destructive developmental trajectory fo…
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Episode 88 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Andre Pancholi is a second-year Geography student at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. His primary interests centre around sustainability, politics, ecology, identity, developmental economics and climate change. Motivated by his desire to see a non-environmentally destructive developmental trajectory fo…
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Episode 87 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Austin Wang (formerly known as Zijia) is about to enter his 1st year studying Economics and Management at St Hilda’s Xolege, University of Oxford. Having been brought up by first generation Chinese immigrants, he has navigated growing up in two different worlds, one at home and one being at a British highly sele…
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Episode 87 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Austin Wang (formerly known as Zijia) is about to enter his 1st year studying Economics and Management at St Hilda’s Xolege, University of Oxford. Having been brought up by first generation Chinese immigrants, he has navigated growing up in two different worlds, one at home and one being at a British highly sele…
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Episode 86 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zara Chowdhry is a recent King's College London graduate with a BSc in Global Health. Zara led the post-Covid resurgence of the Kings Consulting Society, starting as treasurer in her first year and finishing as President in her final year. Living in the heart of London has provided Zara with the opportunity to e…
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Episode 86 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zara Chowdhry is a recent King's College London graduate with a BSc in Global Health. Zara led the post-Covid resurgence of the Kings Consulting Society, starting as treasurer in her first year and finishing as President in her final year. Living in the heart of London has provided Zara with the opportunity to e…
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Happy birthday to our courageous guest Raymond! 😊 Episode 85 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Raymond Zhao 赵英麒 is a Mathematics and Statistics student at Lincoln College, University of Oxford. Although he grew up on the sunny coast of Sydney, Raymond has lived in Australia, China, and now the UK. This diverse mix of cultural up brining sparked his passion…
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Happy birthday to our courageous guest Raymond! 😊 Episode 85 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Raymond Zhao 赵英麒 is a Mathematics and Statistics student at Lincoln College, University of Oxford. Although he grew up on the sunny coast of Sydney, Raymond has lived in Australia, China, and now the UK. This diverse mix of cultural up brining sparked his passion…
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Happy birthday to our courageous guest Raymond! 😊 Episode 85 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Raymond Zhao 赵英麒 is a Mathematics and Statistics student at Lincoln College, University of Oxford. Although he grew up on the sunny coast of Sydney, Raymond has lived in Australia, China, and now the UK. This diverse mix of cultural up brining sparked his passion…
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Happy birthday to our courageous guest Raymond! 😊 Episode 85 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Raymond Zhao 赵英麒 is a Mathematics and Statistics student at Lincoln College, University of Oxford. Although he grew up on the sunny coast of Sydney, Raymond has lived in Australia, China, and now the UK. This diverse mix of cultural up brining sparked his passion…
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The Body Coach Joe Wicks is widely known as a British fitness coach, TV presenter and author, best known for his ‘Lean in 15’ meal plans and workout videos. Since the first UK National Lockdown in March 2020 ( as of April 2021), the 115 'PE With Joe' live workouts enjoyed remarkable success worldwide: * 100 million YouTube views * 1 Guinness World …
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Episode 84 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Meet Sam Elbahja, a dynamic Moroccan-Thai poet, artist, and writer deeply rooted in the vibrant tapestry of East London. Fuelled by her rich heritage and the intricate nuances of her socio-economic upbringing, Sam threads joy through her poetry while tirelessly amplifying the voices of marginalised communities. …
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Episode 84 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Meet Sam Elbahja, a dynamic Moroccan-Thai poet, artist, and writer deeply rooted in the vibrant tapestry of East London. Fuelled by her rich heritage and the intricate nuances of her socio-economic upbringing, Sam threads joy through her poetry while tirelessly amplifying the voices of marginalised communities. …
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Episode 83 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: As the youngest child of 3, Sophie Boxall (Education @ Homerton College, University of Cambridge) is all too familiar with the struggle to meet the achievements of her siblings. She has an older brother with autism who defied expectations of him based in ableism and graduated from University of Portsmouth with a…
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Episode 83 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: As the youngest child of 3, Sophie Boxall (Education @ Homerton College, University of Cambridge) is all too familiar with the struggle to meet the achievements of her siblings. She has an older brother with autism who defied expectations of him based in ableism and graduated from University of Portsmouth with a…
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Episode 82 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Emma Dix has just finished her first year studying Economics at Girton College, University of Cambridge, and coming back to the UK for university has been the 7th time she has moved countries and the 11th time she has moved houses. From living in Nigeria, India, Spain, the UK and most recently the UAE, she's had…
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Episode 82 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Emma Dix has just finished her first year studying Economics at Girton College, University of Cambridge, and coming back to the UK for university has been the 7th time she has moved countries and the 11th time she has moved houses. From living in Nigeria, India, Spain, the UK and most recently the UAE, she's had…
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Episode 81 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Ran Xin, a rising 2nd year Engineering student at Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, is an example of unwavering determination. At high school, he shattered records, self-studying and acing 8 AP Exams (Similar to A-Level) with 5/5 band mark in a single year, alongside his A-Levels. His prowess extende…
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Episode 81 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Ran Xin, a rising 2nd year Engineering student at Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, is an example of unwavering determination. At high school, he shattered records, self-studying and acing 8 AP Exams (Similar to A-Level) with 5/5 band mark in a single year, alongside his A-Levels. His prowess extende…
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