Museum of the History of Science


(5 stars; 3 reviews)

University of Oxford Podcasts

Chapters

The Oxford Philosophical Society and the Royal Society: a meeting of minds? 41:22 Read by Anna Marie Roos
Who's to Blame for the Weather? 1:02:22 Read by Myles Allen
Body Clocks, Sleep and Light 1:07:16 Read by Russell Foster
The Invention of Clouds 58:56 Read by Richard Hamblyn
Stormy Weather: Exploring Atmospheres in the Outer Solar System 55:58 Read by Leigh Fletcher
Decimalising Time: Calendar and Clocks in the French Revolution 52:13 Read by Matthew Shaw
Mercator: The Man who Mapped the Planet 55:46 Read by Nicholas Crane
Simon Forman: astrology, Medicine and Quackery in Elizabethan England 54:32 Read by Lauren Kassell
From Alligator Wrestling to Fossil Skeletons: Scientific Eccentricity in the Ear… 48:14 Read by Vicky Carroll
Crackpots and Eggheads: Eccentricity in Natural History 54:02 Read by Brian Regal
Al-Mizan: Astrolabes in Cultural Context 52:10 Read by Silke Ackermann
Al-Mizan: Mapping the Earth in Medieval Islam 56:36 Read by Emilie Savage Smith
Interview: Peter Scott on Marconi and Radio Manufacturing 16:39 Read by Peter Scott and Jim Bennett
Radio Manufacturing in the Interwar Years 56:40 Read by Peter Scott
The Museum of the History of Science: An Introduction 2:49 Read by Jim Bennett
Einstein's Blackboard 3:37 Read by Jim Bennett
Steampunk Exhibition 2:48 Read by Jim Bennett
Telescopes Now Lecture 4: The Pierre Auger Observatory 1:11:27 Read by Alan Watson
Telescopes Now Lecture 3: The Gemini Telescopes 1:04:22 Read by Roger Davies
Telescopes Now Lecture 2: Jodrell Bank, the Lovell Telescope and e-MERLIN 1:11:52 Read by Phil Diamond
Telescopes Now Lecture 1: The William Herschel and the Hubble telescopes 1:22:26 Read by Alexander Boksenberg

Reviews


(5 stars)

It is amazing that there are so many things and facts about the world and science.wow

The story is very interesting for me


(5 stars)