10 min

Your body clock explained Audiomoves- The podcast that gets kids moving

    • Education for Kids

Why do we feel sleepy? Do different ages have different circadian rhythms? Why do emotions affect circadian rhythms? Matt Jones, Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Bristol answers these questions about circadian rhythms and more.



Creative Team

Creator & Director: Daphna Attias

Narrator: Charlie Hendren

Writer: Bridget Lappin

Composer & Sound Designer: Yaniv Fridel & Ben Kelly

Sleep expert: Professor Matt Jones

Producer: Bridie Donaghy

Engagement Producer: Niki Lavithis 

Access Consultant: Amelia Cavallo

Marketing Manager: Vic Shead

Podcast Illustration: Evie Fridel

Graphic Design: Studio27Eleven



Thank you to the children at Katesgrove Primary School for all their brilliant questions. 



Support

Audiomoves goes to Sleep is funded by Arts Council England, with support from Phoenix Court, Full House Theatre, & Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Peut-Être Theatre is supported by Arts Council England, Backstage Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Foyle Foundation & Phoenix Court. 



To find out more about us and our work, visit www.peutetretheatre.co.uk

@peutetretheatre

Why do we feel sleepy? Do different ages have different circadian rhythms? Why do emotions affect circadian rhythms? Matt Jones, Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Bristol answers these questions about circadian rhythms and more.



Creative Team

Creator & Director: Daphna Attias

Narrator: Charlie Hendren

Writer: Bridget Lappin

Composer & Sound Designer: Yaniv Fridel & Ben Kelly

Sleep expert: Professor Matt Jones

Producer: Bridie Donaghy

Engagement Producer: Niki Lavithis 

Access Consultant: Amelia Cavallo

Marketing Manager: Vic Shead

Podcast Illustration: Evie Fridel

Graphic Design: Studio27Eleven



Thank you to the children at Katesgrove Primary School for all their brilliant questions. 



Support

Audiomoves goes to Sleep is funded by Arts Council England, with support from Phoenix Court, Full House Theatre, & Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Peut-Être Theatre is supported by Arts Council England, Backstage Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Foyle Foundation & Phoenix Court. 



To find out more about us and our work, visit www.peutetretheatre.co.uk

@peutetretheatre

10 min