Best ian bridgeman podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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The Slump podcast
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The Slump is a podcast designed for lazy people who don't quite understand this modern, fast-paced world. If you're feeling tired, hungover, bored, or in any way lethargic, then this is quite literally a podcast.
 
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The Slump podcast
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The Slump is a podcast designed for lazy people who don't quite understand this modern, fast-paced world. If you're feeling tired, hungover, bored, or in any way lethargic, then this is quite literally a podcast.
 
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Biodynamics Now! Investigative Farming and Restorative Nutrition Podcast
 
The Biodynamics Now! (BDNow!) Podcast is a weekly discussion with leading thinkers about the relationship between food and Wellness, with an emphasis on how subscribers can grow the most nutritional food possible in their own gardens. In 1924 Rudolf Steiner created Biodynamics Farming and Gardening after he observed "Nutrition as it is today does not supply the strength necessary for manifesting the spirit in physical life. A bridge can no longer be built from thinking to Will and action. Fo ...
 
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Don't Fret Club
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Don’t Fret Club is a NFP project helping music fans talk about mental health. Through podcasts, creativity and open conversation, we aim to raise awareness of mental health in young people, harnessing the music community to help educate and empower music fans on topics of anxiety and depression. Hosted by music journalist Jessica Bridgeman.
 
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Ellie Taylor joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions by archaeologist Paul Duncan McGarrity, psychologist Dr. Julia Shaw and the studio audience at the Science Museum.The panel discuss the imperfect nature of memory, why spiders scare us and how easy it is to desecrate graves.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by ...…
 
Steve Cross, Mathew Tata and Catie Williams join Simon for some more Level Up fun at the first ever recording at the Bloomsbury theatre studio. The team discuss a loggerhead turtle with a titanium jaw, a machine that monitors your face to understand your emotions and Steve wants to rip everyone's spines out to replace them with more efficient t ...…
 
Jack Heal joins Simon to sort the wheat from the evolutionary chaff in this special episode recorded at the 2016 Green Man Festival.Melissa Bovis and Jon Chase pitch ideas from their areas of expertise and we have contributions from the live audience in the Omni Tent in Einstein's garden. Only one suggestion can win!Our theme music was written ...…
 
Amy Howerska judges suggestions for human improvement from writer and broadcaster Timandra Harkness and then Dr. James Logan, now Professor James Logan!The panel discuss landmine clearing 'hero' rats, how to remember names and Amy Howerska's world of improved empathy where hospitals are run by high-functioning sociopaths.Our theme music was wri ...…
 
Danielle Ward joins Simon along with Cam Robinson and Nick Hawes. This episode was recorded before we had a guest judge, so the suggestions are judged by the studio audience at the Science Museum!Pitches include enhanced navigation, tails and people nappies?!Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo Weedon, we ...…
 
Gemma Flynn just wants an easy life. Vying for her attention are philosopher Michael Wheeler and roboticist Eli Sheppard, with Simon Watt keeping score. We get a helping gene or two from the scrotum frog, and find out about the evolution of the haircut.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo Weedon, web desi ...…
 
Robert Llewellyn joins Simon to judge suggestions for the next humans from chemist Kathryn Harkup, evolutionary biologist Ben Garrod, the studio audience at the Cheltenham Science Festival and the amazing lyre bird.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo Weedon, web design by Ian Bridgeman and support from t ...…
 
Jonny Berliner judges suggestions for levelled up humans by bio-engineer Dr. Michelle Rogers, biodiversity theorist Dr. James Rosindell and the studio audience at Imperial College. The panel discuss naturally occurring gyroscopes, telescopic generation and why you shouldn't drill a hole in your skull.Our theme music was written and performed by ...…
 
Jay Lafferty settles in to judge suggestions for human enhancement from psychologist Dr. Kate Cross and researcher, lecturer and podcaster, Dr. Anindya Raychaudhuri. Simon Watt officiates as ever.The panel discuss sequential hermaphroditism, head transplants and the incredible legs of the giraffe. We find out why cooking has ruined our digestiv ...…
 
Lorcan McGrane joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions for future humans by Helen Arney and Tony Bjourson. The panel discuss fecal transplants, and then more about fecal transplants. There is talk of beards for all, and we find out why Helen Arney's ukelele never gets any bigger.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics ...…
 
Dan Schreiber joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions from neuroscientist Professor Sophie Scott and real life levelled up human Frank Swain at the Albany theatre as part of SMASHfest.This episode is absolutely jam packed full of stuff including a demonstration of audible wifi signals, the fourteen facial expressions of horses, running so fast it ...…
 
Ben van der Velde judges suggestions from Steinar Halldorsson, Dr. Catherine Green and the studio audience under the watchful eye of Simon Watt.The panel discuss immuno-privileged organs, dislocating limbs and whether you'd want to try a crème brûlée made from the eggs and milk of a duck billed platypus.This episode was recorded live at the Ame ...…
 
Neil Delamere sifts through evolutionary upgrades suggested by rocket scientist David McKeown and soon to be double doctor, Lara Dungan. Simon Watt is in the chair.The panel discuss whether shark skin would be useful to humans, whether it's worth evolving immortality, and find out why David wants to put giant electromagnets in our chests.Our th ...…
 
Jo Caulfield chooses human improvements with pitches by Dr. Kate Shoenrock, Shaun Killen, Mother Nature and the studio audience at the Glasgow Science Festival. Simon Watt is in the chair.The panel discuss bio-electrics, how pigeons outperform humans at task-switching and why you might want a fish in your drink.Theme music written and performed ...…
 
Robin Ince joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions for human enhancement from science writer and broadcaster, Kat Arney, zoologist Jules Howard and the audience at Brighton Science Festival.Jules Howard has written off Robin Ince for being too old, Kat Arney wants a hangover free life and we discuss audience suggestions including cuddling improve ...…
 
Zoe Lyons chooses ideas for future human, taking in suggestions from doctor of neuroscience Dean Burnett, champion rugby player Maggie Alphonsi, the studio audience at Winchester Science Festival and the 'smurf bird' cassowary.We discuss bird brains, horse health monitors and whether it's time for an alternative, doped, Olympics?Theme music was ...…
 
Matthew Collins joins Simon Watt at the Northern Ireland Science Festival to judge evolutionary suggestions from glyco-biologist Triona O'Connell, clinical geneticist Shane McKee and the studio audience at the Black Box Theatre.Theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen, graphics are by Theo Weedon and website design is by Ian Bridg ...…
 
Steve Cross joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions from Mathew Tata and Catie Williams at the Bloomsbury Theatre, UCL. In this episode the team discuss what gods they'd like to be, why naked mole rats are better than humans and whether if we level up as a species, all the challenges we face will level up too, 'to keep the comic interesting.'Them ...…
 
Gemma Flynn joins Simon Watt, Eli Sheppard and Michael Wheeler at the Edinburgh International Science Festival to explain why there's never anything in the bagging area, why a babel fish upgrade is not around the corner, and why Netflix is choosing what you watch on TV.Eli Sheppard has some very specific ideas on exactly when the machines are g ...…
 
Lindsay Sharman joins Simon Watt for a sun soaked episode from the gorgeous Wilderness festival. Lindsay has to consider pitches from geneticist Maia Elliott and biologist Jamie Upton, our lively audience and Mother Nature herself.The panel discuss death, harvesting your own buttocks for stem cells and how a poo transplant could help fight infe ...…
 
Level Up Human – Live from Latitude Elf Lyons judges suggestions from QI elf Stevyn Colgan and Dr. Joe Latimer with Simon Watt keeping tabs on everybody from the chair. The panel discuss smart bacteria, sentient suitcases and what the 'G' in G-spot stands for. At one point, if you listen carefully, you can hear Simon suggest he's going to do so ...…
 
Hugh Dennis judges ideas for human enhancement from Professor Alice Roberts, Marcus du Sautoy and the studio audience at Glastonbury festival. Simon Watt officiates with offerings from Mother Nature's buffet table.In this episode we discuss transcranial magnetic stimulation, how we know bees are good at maths and why there's never been a giraff ...…
 
Elf Lyons judges suggestions from QI elf Stevyn Colgan and Dr. Joe Latimer with Simon Watt keeping tabs on everybody as best he can.The panel discuss smart bacteria, sentient suitcases and what the 'G' in G-spot stands for. At one point, if you listen carefully, you can hear Simon suggest he's going to do something obscene to a yoghurt.Theme mu ...…
 
Suzi Gage, Rosie Wilby and Jim Bell join Simon Watt for a recording live at the 2015 Green Man festival in Einstein's Garden.The panel discuss bum cushions, stackable humans and what is the best addiction?Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics are by Theo Weedon and our website was designed by Ian Bridgeman. Level ...…
 
Ellie Taylor judges suggestions by Paul Duncan McGarrity, Dr. Julia Shaw, the Science Museum studio audience and Mother Nature herself with Simon Watt.The panel discuss sonogenetics, how to win at pool and why you don't necessarily want to be using 'all' of your brain.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo ...…
 
Helen Arney joins Simon Watt to judge pitches for the next stage of humanity from Emma Robinson and Andrew Steele live at Impfest.The panel discuss mind-reading fMRI scanners, polydactyl cats and the amazing planarian.Theme music written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo Weedon, web design by Ian Bridgeman and support from the We ...…
 
Amy Howerska joins Simon Watt to judge suggestions for the next humans from Timandra Harkness, James Logan, the studio audience and Mother Nature herself in an episode recorded live at the Royal Institution.The panel discuss olfactory resheathing, heteropaternal superfecundation and the incredible L. riparia - a generously endowed earwig.Theme ...…
 
Danielle Ward joins Simon Watt with Cam Robinson and Nick Hawes to discuss ideas for the next stage of human evolution. Recorded at the Science Museum lates.The panel discuss glow in the dark testicles, oxygen producing hair and the venomous slow loris in this wide ranging episode taking in ethics, logic and the benefits of elbow blades.Our the ...…
 
Robert Llewellyn settles into the judge's chair for Level Up Human live from Cheltenham Science Festival. Simon Watt arbitrates as Dr. Kathryn Harkup, Ben Garrod and the studio audience vie for Robert's attention with ideas for improved humans.Ben Garrod explains how to air-taste when you have no sense of smell and we set Kathryn Harkup the tas ...…
 
Dan Schreiber joins Simon Watt and a panel of scientists to work out how to improve humans with the help of a live studio audience at SMASHfest. With Sophie Scott and Frank Swain.The panel discuss lesbian lizards, the sleep/wake cycle and why birds don't have teeth.Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo Wee ...…
 
Holly Walsh joins Simon to Level Up humans with camo-tattoos, face shazam and vampire champagne parties. Neuroscience researcher, Lewis Hou, and physicist, Matt Allinson, pitch in for a special episode recorded live at Einstein's Garden at the 2015 Green Man Festival. Our theme music was written and performed by Laurence Owen. Graphics by Theo ...…
 
Robin Ince joins Simon Watt to decide what humans should evolve next. Expert pitches from science writer and broadcaster Kat Arney and zoologist Jules Howard. Additional pitches from the studio audience at the Brighton Science Festival and Mother Nature herself.The panel discussed hair colour, immortality and Jules's testicles, but which sugges ...…
 
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