Instant Genius Podcast: Sound in the animal kingdom, with David George Haskell
Biologist David George Haskell joins us on our podcasts, Instant Genius and Instant Genius Extra.
Instant Genius is a bite-sized masterclass in podcast form. In this week's episode, we talk to David George Haskell.
He's a biologist and author of Sounds Wild and Broken (£20, Faber & Faber).
He explains how and why the animal kingdom evolved to communicate by sound.
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And if that's not enough, you can hear even more from David on Instant Genius Extra.
On this subscription-only show, available on Apple Podcasts, we take a deeper dive into the topics covered on Instant Genius. In this episode, David tells the story of humans’ relationship with sound.
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Jason is the commissioning editor for BBC Science Focus. He holds an MSc in physics and was named Section Editor of the Year by the British Society of Magazine Editors in 2019. He has been reporting on science and technology for more than a decade. During this time, he's walked the tunnels of the Large Hadron Collider, watched Stephen Hawking deliver his Reith Lecture on Black Holes and reported on everything from simulation universes to dancing cockatoos. He looks after the magazine’s and website’s news sections and makes regular appearances on the Instant Genius Podcast.
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