The Brain in the Palm of Your Hand
The Brain in the Palm of Your Hand is the first regular weekly (radio) show about the brain. It started in 2015 and explores the field of neurosciences with the help of Slovenian and foreign experts to describe, in more layman terms, various phenomena we encounter every day. Additionally, the listeners hear about innovations in brain research, learn more about the functions and working of this incredible organ as well as participate in morning brain exercises. The show is broadcasted every Thursday morning at 7.35 on Radio Slovenia First Channel but you can also listen to it as a podcast!
A special series Dwelling the Networks of Sound, produced in the framework of the B-AIR project, is devoted to the research of a colorful assortment of phenomena related to sound cognition and possible interpretations. Among other things, they reveal how to enter the world of sounds through neurons and how that develops, what our brain likes the most but also when sounds can be disturbing for the brain. The author of these radio shows is Mojca Delač.
In the first episode of mini series Dwelling the Networks of Sound, we'll dive into our musical memories and explore how music develops in our brain hand in hand with speech, or rather language.
The second episode of mini series Dwelling the Networks of Sound is devoted to - lullabies.
This episode is once more devoted to a detailed examination of music, sound and brain development.
In the last episode of the first cycle in the series Dwelling in the Networks of Sound we talk about our vocal chords in relation to our brain.
Exploring music's therapeutic potentials in various brain injuries and damage as well as moments when a particular sound can stir up traumatic memories and unpleasant feelings.
In the second episode of the second, Autumn cycle from Dwelling the Networks of Sound series we're exploring why certain unpleasant sounds stick in our memory and shake it up every time we hear a similar sound.
The guests in our third episode of the second, Autumn cycle of Dwelling the Networks of Sound series are Danielle Teale and Jaka Škapin.
In the Dwelling the Networks of Sound series we're committed to investigating ways in which sounds are therapeutic and beneficial for our brain.
This episode of the second, Autumn cycle of Dwelling the Networks of Sound series by Mojca Delač concludes this cycle with a conversation with Lola L. Cuddy.