March 2013 podcast - John Snow bicentenary special
This month's podcast celebrates the 200th anniversary of John Snow - the forefather of epidemiology.
It includes a tour of Soho where John Snow identified the source of a cholera outbreak, and a look at John Snow's work in the School archives with Jane Falconer.
Bringing us up to date, Chris Grundy talks about how his mapping research continues John Snow's legacy and we also meet with artists who have created science inspired artworks for the bicentenary exhibition.
- John Snow bicentenary website - includes events and exhibition details
Extended interviews and videos
- Chris Grundy and Anne Eggbert talk about John Snow's legacy and using maps in art and research (podcast)
- Jane Falconer talks about John Snow's work in the School archives (podcast)
- Ros Stanwell-Smith takes us on a tour of John Snow's Soho (video)
- Artists talk about their work at the John Snow exhibition (video)