Science has historically studied penises more often than vaginas, but why?
Florence Schechter and Emma Parkin attempt to redress the balance by examining some curious genitalia from the female of the ...Show More
James Ward introduces another curious talk about a subject that may seem boring, but is actually very interesting.... maybe.
Brian Mackenwells is passionate about pencils. In this Boring Talk he shar...Show More
Family holidays for the artist Louise Ashcroft meant one thing - variety pack cereals. Would it be Cornflakes? Or Frosties? Coco Pops or Ricicles? Through this multi-grain multiple choice Louise reali...Show More
It started with a 'Regency Wedding Scene' puzzle purchased for £2 in a charity shop. Now Anya Driscoll is a jigsaw junkie. In this edition of The Boring Talks she discussions her obsession, and pieces...Show More
From Anglo-American differences, to escaping kidnappers and celebrating the classic car boot sale. In this Boring Talk the automotive journalist Hugo Griffiths climbs inside the 'space of temporarines...Show More
Gouging, scraping and chopping. The reporter Chloe Veltman shows us the painstaking art of making an oboe reed, and how it can be the difference between sounding like a singing nightingale, or a belli...Show More
Where does the word 'Window' derive from? And what does it have to do with a Norwegian architectural historian and a bohemian Austrian poet? On a lyrical journey from death to inspiration, Anne Ulrikk...Show More
They are either 12, 14 or 16 inches wide, they live just outside our doors, and they come in a variety of striking designs. So why has no one heard of coal holes?
Local historian Amir Dotan explores t...Show More