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Series exploring the world of words and the ways in which we use them

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Series exploring the world of words and the ways in which we use them

    Digital body language: how to work online

    Digital body language: how to work online

    Michael Rosen gets advice from Erica Dhawan on the best ways to communicate on-screen, as people work and live more in zoom, text, social media and email rather than meeting up. We need to find new ways of talking to each other 'virtually'.
    Erica Dhawan is the author of Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance.
    Produced by Beth O'Dea for BBC Audio in Bristol.

    • 27 мин.
    When people get your name wrong

    When people get your name wrong

    Michael Rosen on why personal names are so often mispronounced or misspelled, in conversation and online. With guest Dhruti Shah, linguist Dr Laurel MacKenzie, and lots of stories from the Word of Mouth audience.
    Produced by Beth O'Dea for BBC Audio in Bristol

    • 28 мин.
    Accent Bias

    Accent Bias

    Michael Rosen asks Professor Devyani Sharma about the latest research into accent bias in the UK. Which are the highest and lowest rated accents, and why does it matter so much?
    Produced by Beth O'Dea for BBC Audio in Bristol
    More information on the work of the Accent Bias Britain project:
    https://accentbiasbritain.org/

    • 27 мин.
    Cultish Language

    Cultish Language

    Michael Rosen and Amanda Montell talk about the language used by cults that has permeated other, and more unexpected, areas of life.

    Produced by Beth O'Dea for BBC Audio in Bristol.

    • 27 мин.
    Medical English

    Medical English

    Michael Rosen asks Dr Sophie Harrison about the strange and special new language she had to learn to become a doctor, having been an editor at Granta Magazine. She's written a book about her language journey: The Cure For Good Intentions: A Doctor's Story.
    Produced by Beth O'Dea for BBC Audio in Bristol

    • 27 мин.
    The Art of Inventing Languages

    The Art of Inventing Languages

    How does one go about inventing a language?

    David J. Peterson is the creator of the Dothraki and Valyrian languages for fantasy series Game of Thrones, as well as many others. He joins Michael Rosen for a playful discussion about all things conlang, and Michael tries his luck at inventing a new language for bacteria.

    Produced by Eliza Lomas for BBC Audio in Bristol.

    • 27 мин.

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