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Exercise your little grey cells with podcasts from across the University. If you're looking to learn something new, there are lots to choose from.
Cambridge Geopolitics Conversation
The Centre of Geopolitics hosts conversations with people across academia, government, civil society, politics and business to discuss major geopolitical issues, past, present and future.
Each of our podcast series, hosted by a member of the Centre, will focus on a wider theme in a number of different historical and geographical contexts. We hope to provide original interpretations and responses to the changing world around us.
Thoughtlines is a brand-new podcast series from CRASSH – the place where people gather to ask the big questions on who we are and why we live the way we do.
In Thoughtlines we join that conversation and connect the dots in twelve different research journeys, from decoding the politics of your digital assistant to how consumer power helped end the slave trade.
Wide-ranging, accessible, surprising and also deeply personal, Thoughtlines brings you the best of academic thinking outside the box.
The Philosopher & The News
In this new podcast, Alexis Papazoglou (Christ's 2003) will be interviewing some of the world's most interesting philosophers. Together, they will bring to the surface the philosophy hidden behind the biggest news stories, and explore the ideas that can help us understand the times we're living through.
Hear This Idea
Hear This Idea is a podcast showcasing new thinking in philosophy, the social sciences, and effective altruism — hosted by Cambridge recent grads and long-time friends Fin Moorhouse and Luca Righetti. In each (≈90 minute) conversation, they ask thinkers, founders, and academics to explain their field and their work.
Fitzwilliam Museum podcasts
Podcast series with Professor David Spiegelhalter, Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication in the Department of Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, and guest experts in risk and evidence communication.
Science & Policy Podcast
The current series from this podcast produced by Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) is Science, Policy and Pandemics, created in partnership with Cambridge Infectious Diseases and the Cambridge Immunology Network to discuss the covid-19 response.