Dr. Heather Williams works in a hospital but she’s not that kind of doctor. 

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Fresh from launching Manchester Science Festival, the Ood Cast stepped into Lionel in the hope of being launched into space.

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lionellogo.jpgAlan Bean walked on the moon. Now he paints his experiences of being an Apollo Astronaut.

An artist and an apollo astronaut. Unsurprisingly, he's a really lovely man too.
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Professor Richard Davis OBE is Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Manchester. He once gazed at what he was holding and knew that it would one day be 1,000,0000 miles from planet earth as part of the PLANCK observatory. Today, he sits in Lionel and heads for the edge of the known universe.

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It's all about Graphene, Music, Life and Science as Dr Vijayaraghavan steps into Lionel and heads for the edge of the known universe.

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Nancy Pinnington is Principal Environment Consultant For Halcrow...who is fast becoming the marine biologist she always dreamed of being.

This is Dessert Lionel Discs, Episode Five.  Dave discovers Cosmos

Dr David Briggs joins Andrew Glester for one last dessert before setting off to discover the Cosmos and to talk music, crystallography, broken legs and much more.

For more information visit www.soundofscience.co.uk

This is Dessert Lionel Discs, Episode Four. IMG_5818.jpgDr Janis Callister joins Andrew Glester in Lionel for one last dessert before her big trip and discusses cuckoo clocks, dementia, music, skepticism and much more while they share a pear tart.

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Pamela Buchan joins Andrew Glester for one last dessert before setting off to discover the Cosmos and to talk music, biological clocks and much more.

For more information visit www.soundofscience.co.uk

This is Dessert Lionel Discs, Episode Two.

Mark at Jodrell Bank

Dr Mark Purver joins Andrew Glester in Lionel for one last dessert before his big trip and stops off at Jodrell Bank en route to pick up a telescope so he can study those pulsars even closer.

Show notes

Mark Purver is an astronomer from the University of Manchester and regularly features in the excellent Jodcast podcast

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