Pop-up Anatomy on BBC Free Thinking

On 11th July my 'Postcard' for BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking was broadcast. I was speaking about the amazing pop-up anatomy prints created by Thomas Gemini in the sixteenth century. You can listen to the broadcast here, the segment starts at 22:11 - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0006m5c

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