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Communication and Dementia
Michael Rosen finds out how best to communicate with people with dementia.
Raymond Williams' Keywords
Michael Rosen talks to academic Colin MacCabe about Raymond Williams' book Keywords.
How to talk funny with Elis James
Michael Rosen talks to comedian Elis James about how to make language funny.
Demystifying the language of the courtroom
Family law barrister Lucy Reed talks to Michael Rosen about the language of the courtroom.
Solving crime with forensic linguistics
John Olsson talks to Michael Rosen about how he uses authorship analysis to solve murders.
Talk of the Town: How Places Got Their Names
Michael Rosen and guests explore the origins of the UK's town and village names.
Michael Rosen talks in depth about dyslexia with expert Professor Maggie Snowling.
Listen and learn: how to make better conversation
Michael Rosen talks to the authors of The Talking Revolution about improving our dialogue.
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright look into the weird and wonderful world of biscuit names.
Jeffrey Boakye on black-related words
Jeffrey Boakye talks to Michael Rosen about exploring black identity through language.
The Language of Comics
Michael Rosen explores the visual language of comics, with comics theorist Neil Cohn.
Damian Le Bas talks to Michael Rosen about the Romani language.
The First Language
What was the earliest language and how did it evolve? Michael Rosen investigates.
Michael Rosen meets acclaimed poet Raymond Antrobus.
The most powerful word
Michael Rosen explores the strange history of 'The', the most influential word in English.
Michael Rosen explores the sound and rhythm of English with poet Glyn Maxwell.
Michael Rosen discovers how the Vikings changed English.
Philosophy in English
Michael Rosen looks at philosophy in English, from John Locke to corporate slogans.
Michael Rosen meets London-born writer Gabriel Gbadamosi, to talk Dickens and dialect.
The Language of Science
Michael Rosen looks at how English is used in Science.
Michael Rosen explores the origins of English in the Anglo-Saxon world.
Ian McMillan and guests, including novelist Jill Dawson on molluscs, slime and writing.
TV Comedian Dave Gorman, Blackbeard’s Tea Party & Isaac Broadbent from York's Mansion House
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
Steven Pinker and Picasso
30 of the world's sharpest minds choose a work from MoMA's collection; how do they see it?
Còisirean a bhuannaich aig Mòd Ghlaschu
Cathy NicDhòmhnaill a’ toirt thugaibh còisirean a bhuannaich aig Mòd Ghlaschu.
The street photographers reframing Africa
Profiling photographers who are capturing Africa’s optimism, dynamism and diversity