On the Radio
The Science of the Senses a 4-part series from CBC’s The Nature of Things
Krulwich on Science: Who is Singing Me Lullabies?
All Things Considered: Audio. Book excerpt. and Fresh Air Oct. 17th audio linked at the bottom of same page
NYAS Science in the City: Two Musicophilia-related podcasts are available here (Oct 2007).
Music and the Mind Dr. Sacks in conversation with the New Yorker staff writer Larissa MacFarquhar
RadioLab: Clive. Clive Wearing, the man with the seven-second memory. Clive’s amnesia, though one of the most devastating cases ever described, is transcended only by two things: his love for his wife, and his love for music.
Sacks’ iPod Playlist from WIRED: An annotated list of some of Dr. Sacks’ favourite music.
Fresh Air at 20 – NPR rebroadcasts an interview with Dr. Sacks from 1987
Going Binocular: Susan’s First Snowfall – Morning Edition, June 26, 2006
Music and Memory – Talk of the Nation, December 30, 2005
What Scientists Owe the Public — Science Friday, December 2005.
Sacks on Journaling — Savvy Traveler
Diane Rehm interviews Dr. Sacks – *requires Real Player*
NPR Morning Edition -Real Audio interview: Dr. Sacks discusses the ferns of Oaxaca, Mexico and his most recent book OAXACA JOURNAL
The Infinite Mind – interview re: Tourette Syndrome
Robin Williams interviews Dr. Sacks @ Audible.com – purchase from Audible.com
Narrative and Science — Lewis Thomas Prize, 2001 at Rockefeller University
WNYC – New York Public Radio — Survival Kit