Dr Andrew Gosler, Head of Oxford's Institute of Human Sciences and lecturer in Biological Conservation, is interviewed by philosopher Dr Stephen Webster on What Scientists Believe. In it, Andrew discusses the inspiration he receives from working so closely with nature, in this case the Great Tit population of Wytham Wood near Oxford. This programme was originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 24 December 2009 and is reproduced here with permission.
What scientists believe
Human Sciences Symposium 2011: The Musical Brain
Exploring the Links between Music, Evolution and Human Psychology
Saturday 26 February 2011, Magdalen Auditorium
Dr Iain Morley - Music and its evolutionary context: a human scientist's approach.
Professor Adam Ockelford - the impact of Exceptional Early Cognitive Environments (EECEs) on musical develoment: case studies of blind and autistic children.
The programme is available to download here: