Dad Sofa

A weekly Society, Culture and Science podcast
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A trip to take part in Ironman Switzerland
Why do I do some things?
On the value of municipal facilities.
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Natural and unnatural use of a chemical can sometimes have ill effects.
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How we sometimes view transgressions through different eyes.
Success can be a measure of how well we pick ourselves up and carry on.
The Maverick in sport, a link to my childhood following of what was then a marginal sport with a small cult following but has grown to be a worldwide sport with huge prize funds.
Formal and informal games have influenced culture for millennia, sometimes restricted by the law. Our lives and deaths are influenced by work and play. What we see as games are sometimes work and sometimes play.
Isolating with our son for a week drove me to think about diet and exercise.
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From my mother's home made to sitting in a posh restaurant, I discuss how wine has touched my life in various ways.
The joy of Spring one year wrought havoc with our Garden. I explore why and what happened.
Passing time during the average school holiday by watching children's television but then being dragged out to go shopping for School Uniform for September
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How working with some groups of people will lead to more success than with others.
The loss of industry in Cornwall has meant the people of this County have suffered. It is on its return with different industries and ideas; an example of how innovation can have huge knock on effects.
Being alone in relation to introversion and how introverts behave. What changes we make in life choices and how we interact with people.
100 years ago this year: an unknown anniversary, a link to a letter written 69 years ago and comic genius.
Supermarkets are always changing, with things to help the consumer but the consumers don't always help themselves or each other.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is a wonderful place with a chequered History in its association with its members.
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