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The Podcast on this website include public lectures and discussions on a variety of topics delivered by high profile speakers. Some of these lectures were held at world renowned universities. Podcasts may also have been downloaded from other websites for the benefit of the University Community. These topics will capture your interest and be a bonus for your research and studies. Enjoy your visit to our Podcast collection.

Download The Truth about Alcohol  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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The Truth about Alcohol

Download Are Nuts Healthy for You?  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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Are Nuts Healthy for You?

Download Criminal Judiciary #2: Law and Crime: Life of a Law Student  21-05-2014 (21.15 MB)

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Criminal Judiciary #2: Law and Crime: Life of a Law Student

  • Speakers: Rob Wiltbank and the LoaLS Team
    Life of a Law Student

    Date: 13 September 2008     

    In this episode of Criminal Judiciary, we get a brief overview of the history of our law and its English roots.  Common law, civil law and criminal law and basic legal concepts are explained and we learn the difference between “beyond a reasonable doubt” and “beyond a preponderance of the evidence.”  

    ©2010 Life of a Law Student – some rights reserved, distributed under the Creative Commons (CC) license as per URL: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/


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Download The World Cup: spectators, players and tickets  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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The World Cup: spectators, players and tickets

  • Financial Times Digital Business with Peter Whitehead

    Date: June 2010

    In this episode, Peter Whitehead speaks to Dilbagh Gill, head of sports for Mahindra Satyam, the company responsible for IT provision for the World Cup. Peter asks about the technology his teams will be implementing. We also hear from futurologist, Cordell Ratzlaff who is the director of user-centred design for Cisco, about his predictions for technology in the coming decade.

    Produced by LJ Filotrani

    © 2010 The Financial Times

    To listen to the podcast, please click on the following link:
    http://podcast.ft.com/download/21/788/finaldbjune07.mp3




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Download What are Eating Disorders?  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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What are Eating Disorders?

Download 10 Steps to a Healthier You  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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10 Steps to a Healthier You

Download Cooking Tips for Fruit & Vegetables  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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Cooking Tips for Fruit & Vegetables

Download Leeches, Earthquake and Weird Sea-life  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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Leeches, Earthquake and Weird Sea-life

  • PlanetEarth online podcasts
     
    Richard Hollingham talks to expert seismologist Brian Baptie from the Biological Geographical Survey, who addresses the question of whether earthquakes are getting more frequent. We also hear from Plymouth Marine Laboratory scientists about their research off the coast of Cornwall in the UK to understand how marine ecosystems change from one month to the next. Furthermore, Cambridge scientist Tim Cockerill gives an action-packed update from northern Borneo about his investigation on the effects of palm plantations on the biodiversity of rainforest insects.

    © Copyright Natural Environment Research Council 2008

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    http://planetearth.nerc.ac.uk/multimedia/story.aspx?id=729




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Download Capturing the Mood  21-05-2014 (0.1 MB)

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Capturing the Mood

  • Peter Whitehead from the Financial Times reports

    Date: January 2010

    This episode looks at how businesses can break into social networks without interrupting the conversation, and how machines can understand the sentiment behind what people are saying.

    © 2010 The Financial Times

    To listen to the podcast, please click on the following link:
    http://podcast.ft.com/download/21/656/2010_01_13_DB.mp3




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