Michael Rosen explores the origins of English in the Anglo-Saxon world. Read more
Michael Rosen explores the origins of English in the Anglo-Saxon world.
Michael Rosen returns to explore how metaphors shape our lives with author James Geary.
Communicating Climate Change
Michael Rosen talks to George Marshall about how best to communicate climate change.
Michael Rosen talks to Professor Dawn Archer about how we might tell when someone is lying
NHS language use
Michael Rosen on how the NHS chooses words on its website and in consultants' letters.
Michael Rosen talks to conversation analyst Elizabeth Stokoe about the science of talk.
Michael talks to comedian Sindhu Vee about her life in language.
The power of telling stories
Michael Rosen talks to storyteller Clare Muireann Murphy about the wonder of stories.
The Language of the Pandemic
Professor Tanya Byron examines the language of Covid-19 with author Mark Honigsbaum.
The language of power and inequality in education and leadership
Jeffrey Boakye talks with Iesha Small on the language of power and inequality in education
Words Used About Women
From hussy to bossy, spinster to slut, Professor Deborah Cameron on words used about women
Othering through the centuries: Translation to acronyms
Sabrina Mahfouz talks to Tobi Kyeremateng and Katherine Harloe about othering in language.
Talking to Strangers
Professor Tanya Byron sitting in for Michael Rosen on talking to strangers.
Black masculinity and language
Jeffrey Boakye on the language of black masculinity in a post-colonial world.
Sabrina Mahfouz talks about protest slogans with Siana Bangura and Zoe Buckman.