Apollo Bay Radio

Towards The Light: How Science Emerged From The Medieval Gloom

August 23, 2016

Bryan Dwyer talks Science with Les Cameron and Dennis Sharples. How did the Enlightenment happen? How has it changed human existence? What is the role of Science in our post-industrial world? Megan Harrison and Deb Bradfield talk about Indian melodrama and graphic novels. It's all on Apollo Bay Radio's The Book Show. 

Titles discussed: Towards The Light  and The Age of Genius  both by A C Grayling; The Sleepwalkers, Arthur Koestler; Einstein's Heroes by Robyn Arianrhod; Margaret Werthein's Pythagoras' Trousers; Never Let Me Go by Kazuo IshiguroDeadly Companions  by Dorothy Crawford Run Like You Stole Something by  Damian FarrowJustin Kemp, Brighter Than A Thousand Suns by Robert Jungk, Sacred Games by Vikram Chandru and Shortcomings by Adrian Tomine.