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Matthieu de Carbonnel (S4E4)

January 17, 2020

Guest speaker for this show was Matthieu de Carbonnel, plant specialist and entrepreneur.

 

His talk was entitled "The Secret Life of Plants".

 

Inspired by the talk, the Free Radicals improvised a world where "So You Think You Can Plant" is a popular show; the best gardener there is has six green thumbs; we visit Plantsterdam - but watch out for the shady light dealer!

Plant Specialit & Entrepreneur

Vicky Boult (S4E3)

November 15, 2019

Guest speaker for this show was Dr. Vicky Boult from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading. Her talk was about the importance of elephant contraception.

Inspired by the talk, the Free Radicals improvised a world of delinquent teenage elephants, discovered the illegal trade in unwanted elephants Nightmare on Elm Street’s Freddy Kruger, and shopping for explosives at the Grenade Mart.

Vicky Boult, University of Reading

John Bickerton (S4E2)

October 17, 2019

Guest speaker for this show was John Bickerton, head of Engineering and Innovation at Reading Buses.

 

The subject of his talk was "Car Parks in Reading". Wait! Bear with us - it was a really interesting talk!

 

Inspired by the talk, the Free Radicals improvised a story involving the duelling bus drivers, gender politics on the buses and the introduction of the new Future Bus!

John Bickerton, Reading Buses

Ben Steventon (S4E1)

September 19, 2019

Guest speaker for this show was Dr. Ben Steventon of the Genetics Department of Cambridge Universtity.

 

The subject of his talk was "A Day in a Life of a Fish Embryo"!

 

Inspired by the talk, the Free Radicals improvised a story involving the goings-on at Area 51; the top game show on TV's Body Channel, "Epidermises of the World"; and we follow the career path of new nerve cell from thigh to anus.

Ben Steventon, Geneticist

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