20 February 2007

Downloads up

...so to speak. You can now download the interviews with Brett Lock of GALHA and Nick Cohen here.

16 February 2007

Find out what's left

There've been a few minor notices in obscure journals of late concerning a political pamphlet by one Mr Nick Cohen, (Euston parish).
Actually, there's been a huge bloody row about Cohen's thunderous, scathing and actually very funny J'accuse, 'What's Left'. Nick will be joining us on Little Atoms at 4.30 today to talk about everything from Gerry Healey to Jerry Springer The Opera, and perhaps discover what, if anything, is left.
That's 4.30 on resonancefm.com


05 February 2007

New Downloads

The Seth Shostak interview is now available to download from the Little Atoms website. Get it here.

The earlier interview with Brett Lock will be available to download later this week.


01 February 2007

This weeks show

This weeks Little Atoms is the delayed due to illness interview with astronomer Seth Shostak.

Seth Shostak is Senior Astronomer at the SETI (The Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence) Institute, and has been an observer for Project Phoenix as well as an active participant in various international forums for SETI research. He is a frequent presenter of the Institute's work in the media, through lectures, and via the Institute's weekly radio show, Are We Alone?, for which he's the host. Each Sunday night, Shostak interviews guests who are on the bleeding edge of science discovery and technological advance. The show gives callers the opportunity to ask questions of the world's foremost experts in astrobiology and space exploration.

Shostak readily translates the most complex scientific discoveries into terms accessible to the non-scientist. He has written hundreds of articles for newspapers, magazines, and the SPACE.com web site, as well as three books, including a popular textbook on astrobiology. Recently awarded the Klumpke-Roberts Award by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the public understanding and appreciation of astronomy, Shostak is also Chair of the International Academy of Astronautics SETI Permanent Study Group. As a practicing scientist personally engaged in SETI observations, his technical expertise—combined with his quick wit and engaging personality—make him a sought-after speaker and writer.