19 episodes

Body of Work is the heritage podcast from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. This podcast is all about celebrating collaborations and celebrating them through medical heritage. Each episode will feature a different professional who has worked with us here at the heritage department; we chat about their work, and what drew them to it. We also geek out a bit on medical heritage! Feel free to email us with any questions: library@rcpsg.ac.ukFollow us on twitter: @rcpsgheritage

Body of Work Heritage Podcast Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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Body of Work is the heritage podcast from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. This podcast is all about celebrating collaborations and celebrating them through medical heritage. Each episode will feature a different professional who has worked with us here at the heritage department; we chat about their work, and what drew them to it. We also geek out a bit on medical heritage! Feel free to email us with any questions: library@rcpsg.ac.ukFollow us on twitter: @rcpsgheritage

    BoW Bites Episode 4: Audubon and Birds of America

    BoW Bites Episode 4: Audubon and Birds of America

    Time for our new series of BITEsize podcast episodes! Body of Work Bites will take you through stories from the College's heritage in short, digestable episodes. 

    Join Digital Heritage Officer, Kirsty Earley, and Library and Heritage Manager, Clare Harrison, as they bring you the stories behind some of the College's heritage collections. 

    • 29 min
    BoW Bites Episode 3: Andreas Vesalius and De Humani Corporis Fabrica

    BoW Bites Episode 3: Andreas Vesalius and De Humani Corporis Fabrica

    Time for our new series of BITEsize podcast episodes! Body of Work Bites will take you through stories from the College's heritage in short, digestable episodes. 

    Join Digital Heritage Officer, Kirsty Earley, and Library and Heritage Manager, Clare Harrison, as they bring you the stories behind some of the College's heritage collections. 

    • 28 min
    BoW Bites Episode 2: Mearnskirk Hospital and Alexander Dale

    BoW Bites Episode 2: Mearnskirk Hospital and Alexander Dale

    Time for our new series of BITEsize podcast episodes! Body of Work Bites will take you through stories from the College's heritage in short, digestable episodes. 

    Join Digital Heritage Officer, Kirsty Earley, and Library and Heritage Manager, Clare Harrison, as they bring you the stories behind some of the College's heritage collections. 

    • 25 min
    BoW Bites Episode 1: William Macewen and Osteotomes

    BoW Bites Episode 1: William Macewen and Osteotomes

    Time for our new series of BITEsize podcast episodes! Body of Work Bites will take you through stories from the College's heritage in short, digestable episodes. 

    Join Digital Heritage Officer, Kirsty Earley, and Library and Heritage Manager, Clare Harrison, as they bring you the stories behind some of the College's heritage collections. 

    • 14 min
    Episode 14- Kirsty Earley

    Episode 14- Kirsty Earley

    Another one?! Another bonus episode?! In this week’s episode, we pull back the curtain to interview Body of Work’s creative director and host, Kirsty Earley. Kirsty is the Digital Heritage and Engagement Officer at the College, with a background in anatomy and medical visualisation. She has worked over the years in digitising the College’s heritage collections as well as creating visualisation products to tell the stories of the College’s past. Join special host, Kristin Hay, as she chats to Kirsty about her work in anatomy, how the pandemic has brought digitisation to the forefront, and her love for Assassin’s Creed. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 13- Kristin Hay

    Episode 13- Kristin Hay

    This week’s guest is Kristin Hay. Kristin is a doctoral researcher in the history of health and medicine at the University of Strathclyde, and has worked with us at the College as a PhD research intern. Her focus has been on gender inequality in the College’s history, specifically looking at the College minutes of our archive collection. In this episode we will chat about the hurdles medical women faced in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as Kristin’s experience of working with the heritage team!

    • 1 hr 4 min

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