31 July 2008

Little Atoms with Lynsey Hanley

On this week's Little Atoms Neil Denny talks to writer Lynsey Hanley.

Lynsey Hanley was born in Birmingham in 1976. She moved to London in 1994 to study politics and history at Queen Mary and Westfield College, London. She writes for the Observer, The Guardian, The Word and the New Statesman. Her first book, Estates: An Intimate History, is published by Granta Books.

Resonance 104.4FM Friday 1st August at 19.00

25 July 2008

Little Atoms with Julian Baggini

On this week's show Neil Denny and Anthony Burn talk to Julian Baggini.

Julian Baggini is editor of The Philosophers' Magazine. His books include
Atheism: A Very Short Introduction (OUP), What's It All About? Philosophy
and the Meaning of Life (Granta) and The Pig That Wants To Be Eaten and 99
Other Thought Experiments (Granta), Welcome to Everytown: A Journey into
The English Mind
(Granta) and Complaint (Profile).

His journalism has appeared in publications such as the Guardian,
Independent, Times Higher Education Supplement, Times Education Supplement
and the Sunday Herald. He is frequently heard on BBC radio in programmes
including In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg, Off the Page and Nightwaves.

Join us at 19.00 on Resonance 104.4FM.

17 July 2008

Little Atoms with Philip Escoffey

A welcome return to Little Atoms for mind reader Philip Escoffey.

Philip Escoffey AKA The Grey Man, is one of the UK's top psychic
illusionist/mind readers. A Psychology graduate, Philip has been earning a
living as a mentalist for the last 10 years.

A confirmed skeptic, Philip is dismissive of spiritualists, mediums and
astrologers. However, he has a deep academic interest in the reasons why
people need to believe and is an expert in how techniques like
cold-reading are employed by psychics the world over.

Philip is currently previewing his stage show "Six Impossible Things
Before Dinner
" in London, before embarking on a month long residency at
the Pleasance Theatre Edinburgh.

Philip will be joining Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy in the studio, last time the limitations of radio were ignored and magic tricks were performed. Expect similar this time.

Usual time and place, Friday 19.00-19.30 Resonance 104.4FM in London and www.resonancefm.com worldwide.

12 July 2008

More downloads

Another four shows now available to download from here. That's interviews with Austin Williams, Mary Roach, James Delingpole and Ian Haworth.

10 July 2008

Little Atoms with Ian Haworth

On this week's show Neil Denny talks to Ian Haworth, the General Secretary of the Cult Information Centre.

The Cult Information Centre is an educational charity providing advice and information for victims of cults, their families and friends, researchers and the media. Founded in 1987, and becoming a registered charity in 1992, it was the first educational organisation focusing critical concern on the methods used by cults to be granted charitable status in the UK.