Best Rsc podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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A series of podcasts in which we'll go behind the scenes of brand new productions from the RSC and discuss the themes behind the plays of the world's greatest ever writer.
 
Listen to the latest informational podcasts from RSC New Jersey fertility experts Dr. William Ziegler, Dr. Jessica Mann and Dr. Alan Martinez.
 
A series of podcasts related to the MSc in Migration Studies. This interdisciplinary, 9-month Masters degree at Oxford University is jointly offered by the School of Anthropology and the Oxford Department of International Development. The course draws on the intellectual resources of its two parent departments and the three world-leading migration research centres at Oxford (COMPAS, IMI and RSC). The programme allows students to explore human mobility in a historical and global perspective, ...
 
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Higher Education focused e-learning news, interviews and resources
 
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Poetry Slam
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Recordings from the 2009 Oxford University Online Poetry Slam competition. The event invited students to submit an MP3 recording of an original poem or narrative, of no longer than 3 minutes in length, for a University-wide competition. The event was judged by Heidi Vaughan (Oxford Playhouse), Bernard O'Donoghue (Fellow in English specialising in Modern Irish and Medieval English Poetry), Sian Robins-Grace (RSC Member, Oxford Alumna and Oxford Poetry Slam Finalist), and Steve Larkin (organis ...
 
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Semper Gumby
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Semper Gumby is a biweekly podcast produced by the USACE Readiness Support Center and hosted by the RSC Training and Exercise Manager Nadia Taylor. We explore topics ranging from Disaster Response and Recovery, FEMA MIssion Assignments, and Corps-specific Response Authorities under which we operate. We hope you enjoy and learn something!
 
From the Nobel Prize to Making Aircraft from Seaweed, listen to these useful podcasts all about the world of Chemistry. Anecdotes read by Philip Robinson and Samantha Cheung.
 
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Digital Theatre
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Watch features and trailers for Digital Theatre productions from the Almeida, the English Touring Theatre, the Royal Court, the RSC and the Young Vic.
 
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Reel Science Cast
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A biweekly podcast where three highly qualified, intelligent, and great-looking PhD students watch movies and talk about science! Send us movie questions and suggestions or just plain ol' feedback @reelsciencecast on Twitter and Facebook or at reelsciencecast@gmail.com
 
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21st Folio Podcast
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A podcast about modern Shakespeare productions of stage and screen.
 
Notes from the South East Learning Network Meetings for MKOB and Berkshire
 
Learning Whats new in Learning
 
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Roadie Sound Check
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We talk about all things Nashville FC and world soccer. If you want to keep up with either, this is the podcast for you!
 
Video reviews to help spread word of mouth about the beauty and magic to be found within live theatre
 
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What's up, citizens of Elysium!Welcome to your new home, thanks to Matt Damon, heroically giving his life (spoilers) by transferring cheat codes from his brain (spoilers) to our space station city.Join us as we discuss a movie that puts the "fiction" in "science fiction," Elysium!Next week, we'll be releasing our "lost" Repo Men episode! Feel f ...…
 
It's Wednesday, my dudes! Haha, remember Vine? God I miss Vine.We're coming in hot with our review of the science in the 1982 sci-fi noir flick "Blade Runner!" Join us, as we discuss what it means to be human. The answer is to eat garbage food.We'll be talking about the science of "Elysium" next, so send us your questions @reelsciencecast on Tw ...…
 
Do you believe in fate, scientists? Because we're here to tell you everything is a lie and nothing is real this week with the science of "The Matrix!" We debunk some major points of the film, discuss how we might link humans together in a giant machine, and talk like old ladies for what's probably a lot longer than is funny.We'll be sitting dow ...…
 
WE DONE GOOFEDSorry scientists, we had some serious technical difficulties among equipment repair, so we won't be able to get this week's episode to you. Please forgive us and accept this announcement of our next film in Kennon's nasally voice.Send any questions for the new ep to reelsciencecast@gmail.com, @reelsciencecast on Twitter, or on our ...…
 
Dr. William Ziegler discusses how success rates are determined for IVF and other fertility treatments.By admin.
 
What's new nerdlings!There's blood in the water as we come for the science in "Deep Blue Sea" this week! Have you ever seen someone wring out a towel? Like to get as much water as possible out of it. That's what we did to this movie. Except the water is science. We talk about shark anatomy, neuron signaling, and shark medicine!Join us again on ...…
 
What's up science fans!This episode is ROWDY AS HELL so put the kids to bed! Get spooky with us as we discuss the science of ghosts in the 1984 "Ghostbusters." I can't possibly cover all of the real actual science we talk about in this description, so just get in here and bust some ghouls with us.Next week, we'll be discussing the science of th ...…
 
What's happenin' scientists!Join us this week for the lunar exploration of the psyche in Duncan Jones "Moon!" Kennon transforms, the boys discuss nuclear fusion and fission, and we talk about what new scientific advancements we're most excited about.Join us again in two weeks when we cover the science(?) of Ghostbusters! Hit us with your spooky ...…
 
DON'T PANICWe're back again this week with an in depth coverage of the INCREDIBLE amount of science present in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. We cover what happens to your body in a vacuum, some quantum physics, and talk about fish that poop brain waves!We'll be back again in two weeks to talk about the science of another Sam Rockwell sp ...…
 
A diagnosis of cancer is life changing, and some cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery can speed up the natural decline in available eggs, thereby reducing or destroying the egg reserve. It helps to know your options when considering fertility preservation. Dr. Virginia Mensah shares fertility preservation options availa ...…
 
Good morning, scientists!We're back on that good good movie grind with "Mimic," wherein we discuss insect anatomy vs insect size, selective pressures in evolution, and finally solve the mystery of...bug milk. This episode probably needs a CW for bug milk. Join us next time as we discuss the science of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy!" Hit ...…
 
Happy New Year, scientists!Please enjoy round two of our mailbag episode, wherein Pace describes the meaning of love for probably half the episode.We'll be right back again next week with the release of Mimic, on January 16th! Get us your questions about creepy bug science at reelsciencecast@gmail.com, over at our Facebook, or @reelsciencecast ...…
 
What's up everyone and happy holiday season! We're coming in hot with our first mailbag episode! It's a little shorter due to recording availability of the boyz, but we'll have another one up in two weeks with more questions!KISSES
 
In the final episode of the series, Ben Lawrence chairs a discussion with Simon Godwin and Dr Sarah Dustagheer about what Timon of Athens says about our current credit culture and how its cynical tone reflects the troubled state of early 17th-century England. For more, visit www.telegraph.co.uk/royal-shakespeare-company/…
 
What's up scientists!Thanks again for your patience while we work through the multitude of technical issues plaguing us this holiday season. Please enjoy what might be our most buck wild episode as we talk about emotions and emotional processing in our review of "Inside Out!"Our next two episodes are planned to be mailbag eps, so send us as man ...…
 
In this penultimate episode of the series, Ben Lawrence goes behind the scenes of the RSC's new production of Shakespeare's biting satire and talks to its star, Kathryn Hunter. For more, visit www.telegraph.co.uk/royal-shakespeare-company/By The Telegraph.
 
When a woman cannot carry a healthy pregnancy, she can turn to a gestational carrier, a surrogate who carries the fetus created from the egg and sperm of the parents. Dr. Alan Martinez explains how The Reproductive Science Center of NJ can help coordinate the care of the biological parents and gestational carrier for couples wishing to have chi ...…
 
What's up scientists! Thanks for your patience while we got this episode out. Our beautiful and talented editor, Kennon, was traveling a lot for Thanksgiving. Hope you aren't too full that you can't bite into Armageddon with us, as we talk about near earth objects, explosions, and the Rock's next big movie.We'll be recording another one post ha ...…
 
Happy Wednesday, scientists!Hope your election night wasn't too stressful, because we're gonna spook your pants right the heck off with our Halloween episode. We watch "Young Frankenstein" and discuss bringing the dead back to life, brain transplants, and Sean's transformative festival experiences.Hit us up with questions for next week, when th ...…
 
What's good science family!This episode goes completely off the rails when we cover the "science" in Snowpiercer. We talk about smashin' limbs and eatin' bugs so get that ticket punched and strap in!Next week, we'll be sitting down to watch Young Frankenstein for our Halloween episode! Hit us with questions on, I guess anything on our Facebook, ...…
 
Ovulation disorders are one of the most common causes of female infertility. Drug therapies are often used to treat infertility caused by ovulatory disorders. Listen as Dr. Virginia Mensah discusses Clomid vs Superovulation to help increase a womens chance of becoming pregnant.By admin.
 
Troilus and Cressida is a problem play in more ways than one. Its tone veers wildly between comedy and tragedy and there are no easy resolutions. But it is also a dazzling work with Shakespeare being more truthful and cynical about the human condition than at any other stage in his career. In this episode, Ben Lawrence returns to the play. He i ...…
 
Happy Wednesday, nerds!We're coming in hot with our first October ep, wherein we talk about the VERY LIMITED SCIENCE in the 1995 sci-fi flick "Twelve Monkeys." We siphon out some discussion about viruses, mental illness, and just a whole lot of Bruce Willis butt for your listening pleasure.Next week, we'll be sitting down to watch "Snowpiercer" ...…
 
The Telegraph's Ben Lawrence goes behind the scenes of the RSC's new production of Troilus and Cressida. This is one of Shakespeare's most complex and fascinating plays, a version of events leading up to the death of Hector in the Trojan War, and raising issues about self-image and self-worth, the disappointment of love and the frailty of human ...…
 
Happy birthday to us!!The boyz celebrate one year of doing this dang thing by finally giving you the episode you guys have ask for more than plants crave electrolytes! Join us as we discover the power of love and gravity in "Interstellar!"Next week, we'll be gathering to watch "Twelve Monkeys," so get us all your Willis-based questions over at ...…
 
Good morning, scientists! Join the boyz this week as we go over the massively depressing (but pretty damn accurate) film adaptation of Lisa Genova's novel "Still Alice." Pace takes the helm and steers this sad, sad ship into choppy waters to cover the pathology and stigma behind Alzheimer's.Join us next week for our anniversary episode, when we ...…
 
Good morni-ROOAARRR IT'S TIME FOR RAMPAAAAAGE Next week, we'll be watching "Still Alice," to be released on September 12th! Get us your questions about Alzheimer's or other neurodegenerative diseases over on our Twitter, at reelsciencecast@gmail.com, or on our Facebook page!
 
Preimplantation genetic screening in recent years has shown improved outcomes for couples with infertility who are going through IVF. Mosaicism or embryos that can be predicted to be a mix of normal and abnormal cells have changed the landscape of screening and what questions might arise as a result of that screening. Dr. William Ziegler discus ...…
 
This is the second part of our discussion of the current 2018 Stratford Festival production of Coriolanus directed by Robert Lepage. In this episode, we discuss how the production approaches the relationships between each of the key characters: Volumnia and Coriolanus, Volumnia and Menenius, Menenius and the Tribunes, Menenius and Coriolanus, a ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss the Stratford Festival's current modern dress production of Coriolanus directed by Robert Lepage. Québécois director and set designer Robert Lepage makes his Stratford debut this year with a modern dress production of Coriolanus. André Sills stars as Coriolanus and Stratford Grand Dame Lucy Peacock plays Volumnia. Kn ...…
 
What's up, you rad humans!This week, we're riding the lightning in the 1990 film Bacon/Sutherland/Roberts vehicle about death..edging(?) "Flatliners!" We cover the clinical definition of death, keeping humans in suspended animation, and uncover the Boyz deepest darkest regrets.We're gonna be watching The Rock be best friends with a large primat ...…
 
Ben Lawrence talks to director Fiona Laird and Professor Helen Barr of Oxford University about the problems of producing Shakespearean comedy for a 21st-century audience.By The Telegraph.
 
In this episode, Ben Lawrence heads to Stratford-upon-Avon to catch up with director Fiona Laird and actresses Rebecca Lacey and Beth Cordingly for a radical new production, inspired by The Only Way Is Essex, of Shakespeare's knockabout farce.By The Telegraph.
 
In this episode, we discuss the NTLive recording of the Bridge Theatre's 2018 production of Julius Caesar. Directed by Nicholas Hytner, the production stars Ben Whishaw as Brutus, David Morrissey as Mark Antony, Michelle Fairley as Caius Cassius, and Adjoa Andoh as Casca. The production was performed in the round, with a constantly shifting sta ...…
 
What's up, everyone!This week, the boyz spend some quality alone time with artifical intelligence in the movie "Ex Machina."We talk about the Turing test, consciousness, and our potential future in 3D-printing brains!Next week, we'll be sitting down to watch the 1990 sci-fi thriller "Flatliners." Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or at reelscienc ...…
 
In this edition, Claire Allfree questions the role of women in Shakespeare and whether he gives them a voice. Does descending into madness make victims of Ophelia and Lady Macbeth? Why do Queen Anne and Princess Katherine go silent as soon as they are married? And what on earth should 21st-century audiences make of Katherina in The Taming of th ...…
 
Listen in to learn more about Dr. William Ziegler, a specialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, as well as the Medical Director of the Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey.By admin.
 
What's up nerds!!You better strap on your civilian-issued(??) automatic weapons and stock up on rations, because you're about to enter the Shimmer on our FAR TOO LONG review of the science in Annihilation!We cover some of the science of genetics and mutagenesis, and discuss what it takes to turn a person into a plant-person.In two weeks, we're ...…
 
Good evening, scientists! We're dropping into your atmosphere on America's birthday to bring you the swan song of Jake Gyllenhaal's career as an astronaut, in the 2017 science fiction horror flick "Life." The boys cover some science on single cells, how organisms react in a vacuum, and come down hard on Team Spooky Space Squid. Look for us agai ...…
 
Hail and well met you good, good science people! We covered a doozy of a film this week when we watched Cast Away, featuring the beautiful and talented Tom Hanks and the snarky volleyball Wilson. In this episode, we tell you why Tom Hanks should have died on this island and why coconut milk is probably the greatest laxative and nutritional supp ...…
 
What's up science nerds!Kennon couldn't make it this week because he's trying to graduate, but Sean and Pace we'rent monkeyin' around when they reviewed the science in Rise of the Planet of the Apes! These boys cover the viral therapy vector used in the movie and discussed capabilities of non-human primates to speak english!Join us next week fo ...…
 
What's up science babies!Join us this week as we walk through the science of HIV and AIDS, as depicted in the award-winning flick "Dallas Buyers Club!" We discuss Matty Mac's symptoms, the progression and life-cycle of HIV, and feature a special interview with Sean's sibling, Gabby Crosson, to get their take on Jared Leto's performance!We'll be ...…
 
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), about 15 to 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. For couples this can be a devastating event. Dealing with a miscarriage can cause a roller coaster of emotions, doubt, and discouragement on your ability to conceive. Listen in as Dr. Alan Martinez shares resour ...…
 
What's up, my good good science dudes!Join us this week as we think through the science in the 2011 Neil Burger flick "Limitless!"Pace talks about drug action in the brain, Kennon sits there and looks pretty, and Sean dishes out an absolute takedown of modern techniques in cinematography.We'll be back again in two weeks with the science of HIV/ ...…
 
Ben Lawrence talks to Telegraph film critic Tim Robey about Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film version of Romeo and Juliet - one of the greatest big-screen adaptations of Shakespeare. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcast Music fully licensed at www.epidemicsound.comBy The Telegraph.
 
Ben Lawrence chairs a debate about the nature of violence in Romeo and Juliet. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcasts Music fully licensed at www.epidemicsound.comBy The Telegraph.
 
The Telegraph's Ben Lawrence goes behind the scenes of the RSC's new production which urgently brings to life the violence of the story. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcasts Music fully licensed at www.epidemicsound.comBy The Telegraph.
 
Woah, hey nerds, I didn't see you there.Come on in, slip those Birkenstocks off and have a seat on our...bean bag chair?This week, we cover the science of your favorite Arbor Day plant as we watched Reefer Madness, and discuss the chronic affliction clouding the minds of America's youth. We cover some of the more popular ways of THC delivery, t ...…
 
What can Shakespeare teach us about the politics and culture of today? Find out in this discussion, recorded live at The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, with Gregory Doran, artistic director of the RSC, novelist Tracy Chevalier and director Iqbal Khan. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcasts Music fully licensed at ww ...…
 
Keep an eye out for this exciting new episode of Much Ado About Shakespeare, live from The Other Place in Stratford-upon-Avon. Join Ben Lawrence in a discussion about why Shakespeare is still relevant to the here and now. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcast Music fully licensed at www.epidemicsound.com…
 
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