The Beagle Project's first podcast

…recorded in deepest Wales, in online now. And top-notch stuff it is too.

Peter McGrath interviews fellow projecteer Dr Karen James about why we need an HMS Beagle, what it's got to do with Nasa, what the Doc does for her day job, how Darwin's statue moved, and a bunch of other stuff. All accompanied by courting house sparrows. Go and download immediately.

Well done, chaps. The Emmy is in the post.

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  1. Thanks, Richard!

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