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Millions of scientists prowl the earth, but most people don't have a clue what their world is like. If you've ever wondered what scientists really get up to in the lab, sit back and let us bring you the latest intelligence about scientists in literature, films, TV, popular culture and real life. There's never been a better time to get to grips with geek-chic culture!

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Millions of scientists prowl the earth, but most people don't have a clue what their world is like. If you've ever wondered what scientists really get up to in the lab, sit back and let us bring you the latest intelligence about scientists in literature, films, TV, popular culture and real life. There's never been a better time to get to grips with geek-chic culture!

    Happy birthday

    Happy birthday

    In this episode, we interview writer Stuart Clark, discuss novels by Geraldine Brooks and Juris Jurjevics, and - of course - look back on ten exciting years of LabLit.com. Join Jenny and Richard in London for the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture!

    • 29 min
    2001: A Red Dwarf

    2001: A Red Dwarf

    In this episode, we highlight lab lit fiction from Wilkie Collins, Morton Thompson and Richard Dooling, interview writer Julie Maxwell, and learn about strange fungi and cats on your head. Join Jenny and Richard in London for all this as well as the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture!

    • 28 min
    Unstable elements

    Unstable elements

    This episode, we highlight lab lit fiction from Thomas Pynchon, Elizabeth Gilbert, and Julie Maxwell, and interview astronomer and novelist Pippa Goldschmidt. Join Jenny and Richard in London for all this as well as the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture!

    • 26 min
    Longhand

    Longhand

    This episode, we highlight lab lit fiction from Pamela Beason, John Banville and Alison Lurie; and interview novelist James Meek. Join Jenny and Richard in London for all this as well as the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture.

    • 36 min
    Candlelit

    Candlelit

    This episode, we highlight a new science novel by Barbara Kingsolver, interview biochemist and writer Jennifer Cryer, and meet a few scientists moonlighting as publishers. Join Jenny and Richard in London for all this as well as the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture!

    • 25 min
    Upright

    Upright

    This episode, we highlight three new LabLit novels, two plays and one film – and interview flash-fiction writer Tania Hershman. Join Jenny and Richard in London for all this as well as the latest from the world of science in art, literature and popular culture!

    • 30 min

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