A couple of weeks ago I recorded a piece for Ockham’s Razor, a program that airs on Radio National in Australia. I’ve written about fecal transplants before (for Cosmos online, and the The Conversation), but radio is possibly my all-time favourite medium for learning about… well, stuff… anything, really. So, I pitched the poo story to Ockham’s Razor, and the final product aired on Sunday morning. Being slightly longer than my other pieces on the topic, I also managed to cover a little bit more on the microbiome, which was really the whole reason I started writing about poo in the first place! The transcript has also been reproduced, so you can either read or listen.
Published by Dyani Lewis
I am a freelance science journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. I’m a regular contributor of features and news articles to Cosmos Magazine. My work has also been published by UnDark, The Atlantic, Nature, Science, Smith Journal and others. I occasionally tweet @dyanilewis. View all posts by Dyani Lewis