Listen to soundscapes and interviews from our Citizens of Change.
Hear our history, by Michael Attenborough CBE. The Attenborough family, true Citizens of Change, have a strong connection with the University of Leicester. Michael talks about the history of the buildings on campus, along with the family connection to some of them.
As we approach the 10th anniversary of the discovery and identification of the remains of King Richard III, listen to Turi King, Professor of Public Engagement and Genetics, as she brings together some of the key members of the project to talk about the fascinating story of one of the most ambitious archaeological projects ever attempted. Hear about the background, the discovery and the identification of the remains – and the implications for our understanding of history.
Turi King, Professor of Public Engagement and Genetics, and co-presenter with Stacey Dooley of BBC Two’s DNA Family Secrets, chats to our researchers to find out about how their research is changing our understanding of this world, and things out of this world! Plug in your earphones and enjoy a listen.