Jodrell Banks Podcast

JodCast

The Jodcast - astronomy podcast

Monthly astronomy news, interviews and questions. Created by astronomers.
  • Icy. In the show this time, we talk to Professor Elisa Resconi about detecting neutrinos with IceCube [06:39-32:17], Ian Harrison rounds up the latest news [01:03-06:31] and we find out what we can see in the December night sky from Ian Morison and Claire Bretherton [39:06-55:23].

  • Pulsars and Comets Everywhere. In the show this time, we talk to Dr. Scott Ransom about the International Pulsar Timing Array [13:53 - 30:18], Sally Cooper tells us about hunting pulsars with the LOFAR telescope in this month's JodBite [01:00 - 13:47], and your astronomy questions are answered by Dr. Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer [44:11 - 49:59].

  • Interstellar. In the show this time, we talk to Professor Jim Drake about whether Voyager 1 has really left the Solar System [06:13-44:17], Ian Harrison rounds up the latest news [01:07-06:05] and we find out what we can see in the November night sky from Ian Morison and Claire Bretherton [57:57-77:22].

  • Clumpy. In the show this time, Professor Annette Ferguson [15:18 - 29:07] talks about galaxy formation and growth, Professor Sarah Bridle [01:19 - 15:13] tells us about weak gravitational lensing and cosmology in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [40:15-47:24] by Dr Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Closer. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Alan Duffy about simulating the earliest galaxies [05:56-33:15], Indy rounds up the latest news [00:49-05:43] and we find out what we can see in the October night sky from Ian Morison and Claire Bretherton [44:40-62:40].

  • Almost. In the show this time, Dr Jane Greaves[15:00 - 28:43] talks about planet formation and the PEBBLES project, Prof Ben Stappers [00:50 - 14:52] tells us about a 'transformer' pulsar in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [45:10-52:26] by Dr Adam Avison in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Lost. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Richard Shaw about detecting Baryon Acoustic Oscillations [06:38-22:56], Indy rounds up the latest news [01:03-06:27] and we find out what we can see in the September night sky from Ian Morison and Claire Bretherton [37:25-55:26].

  • Harpoon. In the show this time, Dr David Kipping [16:44-30:18] talks to us about exomoons, Dr Rob Beswick [00:44-16:40] tells us about the e-MERLIN array in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [45:10-52:26] by Dr Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Bonsai. In the show this time, we talk to Prof. Elcio Abdalla about quantum field theory [06:42 - 21:37], Indy rounds up the latest news [01:52-06:33] and we find out what we can see in the August night sky from Ian Morison and Claire Bretherton [32:55 - 51:15].

  • Sea, ships and...astronomy. We bring you a National Astronomy Meeting special episode full of interviews with scientists talking about the work they were presenting.

  • Mundo. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Clem Pryke [1:23 - 12:54] about the results from the BICEP2 telescope and we find out what we can see in the July night sky from Ian Morison [22:28 - 33:30].

  • Detonate. In the show this time, Dr. Daniel Mortlock [11:10 - 22:19] talks to us about astrostatistics, Dr Matias Vidal [00:49 - 11:03] tells us about his research in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [35:54 - 40:57] by Dr Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Smashing. In the show this time, we talk to Prof. Jon Butterworth about particle physics(!) [05:01 - 21:13], Indy rounds up the latest news [00:52-04:54] and we find out what we can see in the June night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [40:09 - 57:16].

  • Beehive. In the show this time, we talk to Dr. Chris Hales about polarised radio sources [05:01 - 21:13], Stuart rounds up the latest news [00:52-04:54] and Ian Morison and John Field take a look at what's happening in the May night sky [40:09 - 57:16].

  • Evolved. In the show this time, Prof. Carole Mundell [16:06 - 48:04] talks to us about the transient explosive Universe, Dr Libby Jones [01:18 - 15:59] tells us about exploring the evolution of galaxies using dust in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [62:30 - 68:56] by Dr Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Only Human. In the show this time, we conduct a linguistic interchange with Prof. Ian Shipsey regarding the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope [08:27 - 30:55], Indy issues a bulletin acknowledging the latest triumph of computational analysis in astronomy [01:31 - 08:13] and Ian Morison and John Field describe what the human eye can detect during the nocturnal hours of the lunar period known as April [31:18 - 48:09]. Meanwhile, our new, more efficient presenters bring us superior odds and ends.

  • Inhabitable? In the show this time, Dr. Manda Banerji [22:53 - 31:14] talks to us about dusty quasars, Prof. Ian Browne [07:00 - 22:47] talks to us about the BINGO telescope in this month's JodBite, your astronomical questions are answered [42:03 - 47:59] by Dr. Joe Zuntz in Ask an Astronomer and Stuart rounds up the March news, one episode later than usual.

  • Impact. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Miguel Pérez-Torres [01:02 -17:56] about radio observations of supernovae and we find out what we can see in the March night sky from Ian Morison [31:23 - 43:03].

  • Exotic. In the show this time, Prof. Paul Crowther [13:09 - 30:11] tells us about the most massive stars in the universe, Dr. Ian Harrison [00:46 - 13:03] talks to us about his work with weak lensing at JBCA in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered [40:48 - 46:58] by Dr. George Bendo in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Spaghetti. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Chris Messenger about gravitational waves [05:18 - 20:22], Stuart rounds up the latest news [00:50 - 05:12] and we find out what we can see in the February night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [36:42 - 53:09].

  • Llama 2. In the show this time, Prof. Valery Nakriakov [17:00 - 29:52] talks to us about MHD waves and oscillations in the Sun, Dr. Liz Guzman [00:49 - 16:51] tells us about life at ALMA in a special guest JodBite all the way from the Atacama Desert, and your astronomical questions are answered [39:07 - 55:39] by Prof. Tim O'Brien in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Octastic. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Victor Debattista about the evolution of spiral galaxies [08:37 - 21:56], Stuart rounds up the latest news [00:53 - 08:27] and we find out what we can see in the January night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [30:29 - 45:34]. Meanwhile, we completely forget that it's the Jodcast's eighth birthday.

  • Late! In the show this time, Dr Jonathan Pritchard [16:28 - 35:47] tells us about exploring the dawn of cosmic structure with the 21cm line, Dr Michael Keith [03:35 - 16:18] talks about pulsars in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered by Prof. Tim O'Brien [46:01 - 65:51] in Ask an Astronomer.

  • Stormy. In the show this time, we talk to Dr Erminia Calabrese about the ACT [09:46 - 26:54], Stuart rounds up the latest news [00:59 - 09:37] and we find out what we can see in the December night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [35:40 - 53:44].

  • Momentous. In the show this time, Dr Adam Deller [12:05 - 22:07] tells us about a new high-resolution radio survey, Peter Schemmel [00:47 - 11:59] talks about experimenting with the orbital angular momentum of light in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Mark Purver [32:34 - 46:27] in Ask an Astronomer.

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