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Heritage Science Podcast

Heritage Science Podcast LogoThe students of the SEAHA (Centre for Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology) at University College London, present a monthly heritage science podcast. Each 45 minute episode tackles a different aspect of heritage science, and features interviews with practicioners, academics and researchers in the field. The three episodes released to date have covered Egyptian Heritage, Modern Materials and Historic Buildings. A full episode list is copied below. Listen in or find out more at the following link: http://www.seaha-cdt.ac.uk/the-heritage-science-podcast/

Episode 3 - Historic Buildings

Guests: Martin Michette, Rachel Morley and Martin Coombes
Feature interview with Selina McCarthy
News feature by Mark Kearney
Presenter: Hayley Simon
First released: June 1st 2016

In episode 3, guests Rachel Morley from the Churches Conservation Trust, Oxford University's Dr Martin Coombes and SEAHA student Martin Michette discuss graveyards, castles and ruins, as they explore how to keep historic buildings standing. Meanwhile, SEAHA centre manager Selina McCarthy tells all you need to know about the SEAHA CDT. Rounding off the show, Mark Kearney returns for his regular monthly news update.

Episode 2 - Modern Materials

Guests: Mark Kearney, Susan Mossman and Emma Richardson
Feature interview with Alexy Karenowska by Martin Michette
Presenter: Hayley Simon
First released: May 2nd 2016

In episode 2, guests Dr Susan Mossman, curator of science materials at the Science Museum; UCL History of Art Material Studies lecturer Dr Emma Richardson; and SEAHA student Mark Kearney discuss the challenges museums face when dealing with modern materials. Meanwhile, Martin Michette talks to Dr Alexy Karenowska from The Institute of Digital Archaeology during the unveiling of a replica Palymra Arch in Trafalgar Square. Rounding off the show, presenter Hayley Simon brings us the latest news from heritage science research.

Episode 1 - Egypt

Guests: Cerys Jones, Chris Naunton and Thilo Rehren
News feature by Mark Kearney
First released: April 1st 2016

In episode 1, guests Dr Chris Naunton, director of the Egypt Exploration Society, and SEAHA student Cerys Jones discuss the role of digital technology in understanding and preserving ancient Egyptian heritage. Meanwhile, presenter Hayley Simon catches up with Professor Thilo Rehren from UCL Qatar to find out the latest about the restoration of Tutankhamun's golden death mask. Rounding off the show, SEAHA student Mark Kearney brings us up to speed with this month's top stories from heritage science research.

Podcast Production Team

Hayley Simon Presenter and Executive producer
Cerys Jones Guests and Communications
Anna Pokorska Editor and Post-production
Alexandra Bridarolli Studio liaison and Budgets

Credits

Logo by Matt Galton
Intro music by Ben Wallen and Christian Sharrier

The Heritage Science Podcast is brought to you by students of SEAHA, in collaboration with UCL digital media services.

All text in italics above is copied from http://www.seaha-cdt.ac.uk/the-heritage-science-podcast/, accessed 09/06/2016.

SUBMITTED BY: admin admin AUTHOR: HP EditorORIGINAL PUBLISHED DATE: 6/9/2016

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