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#70: The Sound of Being Human

The Sound of Being Human

In this episode, Audio Talks host Oisin Lunny chats with renowned music critic and author of “The Sound of Being Human” Jude Rogers about the fascinating impact that music can have on our lives. Get scientific insights on how the development of the adolescent brain influences our love for music and how we perceive sound even before we are born.

About Jude Rogers

Journalist, interviewer, arts critic and broadcaster

Author of The Sound Of Being Human: How Music Shapes Our Lives (published by White Rabbit/Orion, 28th April 2022)

Arts and culture journalist

Music and book critic

Radio documentary-maker and presenter (A Life In Music on BBC Sounds)

Editorial, exhibitions and record company consultant

Events host/prize judge/copywriter/guest lecturer

Full-time Welsh-woman/romantic/geek.

Based in Wales, close to Cardiff, Bristol & Birmingham, and a regular of the GWR line to Paddington.

Work published in the Observer New Review, The GuardianNew Statesman, Mojo, Radio Times, Financial TimesSunday Times CultureConde Nast Traveler, on and Visit Wales, contract magazines and more.

To commission Jude for writing projects, radio, or events, e-mail her here.

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