Peacenik baboons, a man in a dress, and cuddly tame foxes. Stories of adaptation, and reframing ideas about normalcy.
Tales of lethargic farmers, zombie cockroaches, and even mind-controlled humans (kinda, maybe).
The "mind" and "self" were formerly the domain of philosophers & priests. But this hour, neurologists lead the charge.
Robert Sapolsky, a Neuroscience Professor at Stanford University, relates how porous the boundary can be between two distinct selves, and how maybe this is a perfectly healthy phenomenon.
Stories of stress -- from a singer who loses her voice, to an author caught in a body that never grew up.
Radiolab examines the connection between your brain and your body -- and what happens when it breaks.