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Robin Ince's Blog


I am Inconvenienced, but I am ALIVE… – Robin Ince

This was originally written back in 2013, in the doorway of a delayed train at Platform 4 of Northampton Station. As today is World Suicide Prevention Day, it seemed a bundle of thoughts worth re-posting here at Shambles.

Blog in a Teacup

Helen Czerski Blog

Day 25 – Shambles Advent

The last day of Helen Czerski's brilliant #ShamblesAdvent so she's come up with a few sciencey things to play with, if you’ve got bit of spare time today.

Brain Yapping

Dean Burnett Blog

Postcards from the Energy Frontier

Jon Butterworth Blog

Sifting the Evidence

Dr Suzi Gage's Blog

The Changing Picture of Millennial Teenage Health

In the last few years the news has been filled with reports about young people’s mental health and the growing concerns around higher levels of mental health issues among young people.  But are these levels worse than before, or are these the usual levels of teenage angst?

Lost in a Good Game

Pete Etchells Blog

Dirty Science

Dr Brenna Hassett's blog

Notes in the Guestbook


Celia’s Mailbag Part 1 – Wife on Earth

Hello – Celia here. The podcast seems to be going down very well, and I just wanted to let you know that if you want to get in touch to ask a question I'll do my best to answer them.

Vitriola Music

Michael Legge's Blog

White Coats at Dawn

Dr Jenny Rohn's Blog

An Inquiring Mind

Ginny Smith Blog

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