TS Eliot Prize, Lisa Randall, New Architecture, Flooding
Anne McElvoy is joined by Sarah Howe, winner of the 2015 TS Eliot Prize. Plus a conversation with physicist Lisa Randall as well as discussions about new architecture and flooding.
Anne McElvoy talks to the winner of this year's TS Eliot poetry prize Sarah Howe - who won for her first collection; Anne talks to leading physicist Lisa Randall - author of Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs and explores new architecture with Douglas Murphy and Owen Hopkins. New Generation Thinker Jonathan Healey looks at what history can tell us about coping with flooding.
Sarah Howe's poetry collection is called Loop of Jade.
Douglas Murphy is the author of Last Futures.
Owen Hopkins has written Mavericks: Breaking the Mould of British Architecture and curated an installation in the Architecture Space and Gallery Café at the Royal Academy of Arts from 26 January - 20 April 2016.
Lisa Randall's book is called Dark Matter and The Dinosaurs: The Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe.
Producer: Torquil MacLeod.
(Main Image: Sarah Howe).
The Rules of Good Science - Free Thinking Festival 2015
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Howe|
|Interviewed Guest||Lisa Randall|
|Interviewed Guest||Douglas Murphy|
|Interviewed Guest||Owen Hopkins|