julie cahill reads 'god save the queen'
Sand Writers member, Julie Cahill, reads her piece 'God Save the Queen.' Click the player below to hear an extract from her forthcoming book - Ten Pound Pom.
Lindy Warrell reads 'who are you'
Sand Writers member, Lindy Warrell, reads her piece, 'Who are You.' Click the player below to hear Lindy's work.
Roger Rees reads 'nubian doctor'
Sand Writers member, Roger Rees, reads his piece 'Nubian Doctor'. Click the player below to hear Roger's work.
peter strawhan reads 'sticks and stones'
Sand Writers member, Peter Strawhan, reads his piece 'Sticks and Stones'. Click the player below to hear Peter's work.
keith macnider reads 'orkney nights'
Sand Writers member, Keith MacNider, read his poem 'Orkney Nights'. Click the player below to hear Keith's work.
Concussion is not a simple condition played out in a matter of days or weeks following the initial trauma, argues Emeritus Professor Roger Rees.
Rather, he argues that the truth about the condition is humbling and can be frightening — that in an instant a concussion can change everything.
The brain can learn to adjust, he says — though it's likely it won't ever be the same again.
This audio featured on ABC Radio's Ockham’s Razor - A soap box for all things scientific, with short talks about research, industry and policy from people with something thoughtful to say about science.
Roger rees reads 'mists of time'
Sand Writers President, Roger Rees, reads his original piece, Mists of Time.
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Heather Webster reads 'Indigo'
Sand Writers member, Heather Webster, reads her original piece 'Indigo.' Click the player below to hear Heather's work.