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Created by: RTÉjr

Ireland 6-1011+

Started: July 11th, 2022

Status: Active, 6 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Recent Episodes

Ep 6 – Consciousness: Do we have more than 5 senses?
0:15:53 | August 11th, 2022

This week, presenters Luc Nanena and Milo Acosta investigate our sense of consciousness with Professor of Neuroscience at University of Sussex, Anil Seth and Professor of Philosophy at University of Glasgow, Fiona MacPherson.

Ep 5 – Sight: How have our eyes evolved?
0:15:40 | August 4th, 2022

In this episode presenters Hazel Bermingham and Marco Acosta investigate our sense of sight with Professor Aoife McLysaght, Professor of Genetics at Trinity College Dublin.

Ep 4 – Hearing: Why do humans love music?
0:15:54 | July 28th, 2022

Today, Professor Bumbledumm with junior scientists Milo Acosta and Luc Nanena, investigate our sense of hearing with Professor Luke O’Neill Professor of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin.

Ep 3 – Taste: How do taste buds work?
0:15:42 | July 21st, 2022

In this episode Professor Bumbledumm along with presenters Robyn McGarry and Rebekah Dunne investigate our sense of taste with Anna Wedderburn, Public Engagement Officer for the Conway Institute in University College Dublin.

Ep 2 – Smell: Why do smells evoke memories?
0:15:35 | July 14th, 2022

In this episode Professor Bumbledumm with junior scientists Hazel Bermingham and Marco Acosta meet science educator Grace D’Arcy from Smart Docklands in Dublin to investigate our sense of Smell.

Ep 1 – Touch: Is Touch our most important sense?
0:16:00 | July 11th, 2022

In this episode Professor Bumbledumm with junior scientists Robyn McGarry and Rebekah Dunne investigate our sense of touch with Irish Philosopher Professor Richard Kearney from Boston College.




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Created by: RTÉjr
Started: July 11th, 2022
Status: Active, 6 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

Ireland6-1011+
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