Episode 5: Sunday 1st April 2012

Interacting Weakly returns for the last episode of the series. Did the cast have the brains required to escape from the Titanic? Has the cast’s collective pun writing abilities reached new depths? And what has this all to do with the Wellcome Trust’s latest exhibition? Join Gilead Amit, Jennifer Whyntie, Tom Whyntie, Andrew Winterville, and special guest Seb Junemann to find out. You can stream it using the SoundCloud widget below, or download the mp3 here. You could even subscribe via our RSS feed using your favourite podcast player, or find us on iTunes.

Let us know what you think in the comments, or on Twitter at @interactweakly. This podcast uses many sounds from freesound – for the full list, please see the credits for this episode. Thank you for listening!

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Episode 4: Sunday 11th March 2012

Interacting Weakly is back! And it’s bigger than ever (especially if you’ve got podcastophobia, which of course we’re hoping you haven’t). This week Gilead Amit, Nigel Fullerton, Andrew Winterville, Jen Whyntie and Tom Whyntie are joined by Thom Hoffman and Sam Wong to keep you in “sink” with the week’s scientific news. You can stream it using the SoundCloud widget below, or download the mp3 here. You could even subscribe via our RSS feed using your favourite podcast player, or find us on iTunes.

In this episode we’ve got the Terrible Two Sigmas, ancient backbone, ear-worms, and more ursine puns than even Gilead could possibly bear. Let us know what you think in the comments, or on Twitter at @interactweakly. This podcast uses many sounds from freesound – for the full list, please see the credits for this episode. Thank you for listening!

Episode 2: Sunday 19th February 2012

It’s episode 2 of Interacting Weakly, featuring Gilead Amit, Nigel Fullerton, Jen Whyntie and Tom Whyntie. You can stream it using the SoundCloud widget below, or download the mp3 here. You could even subscribe via our RSS feed using your favourite podcast player.

This week we’ve got tiny chameleons, enormous rockets, and medium-sized drinking vessels that science has told us are “just right”. There’s even some (fairly) respectful treatment of some of the more notable world leaders from recent history. Let us know what you think in the comments, or on Twitter at @interactweakly. This podcast uses many sounds from freesound – for the full list, please see the credits for this episode. Thank you for listening!

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