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The man who lost touch – Science Weekly podcast

What happens without proprioception, our innate ability to know where and how our body is moving through space? And what can we learn from those who have lost it? Subscribe & Review on iTunes, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud & Acast When he was 19 years old, Ian Waterman contracted a viral fever that would change his life forever. This week, we hear his story. Featuring friend, collaborator, and neurologist Professor Jonathan Cole, and World-renowned choreographer and dancer Siobhan Davies CBE, we also hear Ian’s story, as told through their eyes.
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