Several current and former members of staff have been interviewed on BBC Radio about their research. You can listen to their interviews again via the BBC's weblinks:
Mathijs Pelkmans and Alpa Shah on Thinking Allowed in January 2014, speaking about the role of doubt in religious and political conviction.
David Graeber on BBC Radio 4's Start the Week in May 2013, talking about democracy.
Adam Kuper on Melvyn Bragg’s In Our Time in May 2013, talking about Levi-Strauss, and on dirt on Thinking Allowed in June 2011.
Alpa Shah on India's Red Belt on Crossing Continents, and discussing Spending Time with Maoist Rebels on From Our Own Correspondent, both in May 2010. In conversation with Akhil Gupta and Laurie Taylor on the fight against poverty in India on Thinking Allowed in December 2012.
Matthew Engelke on his study of the Bible Society of England and Wales on Thinking Allowed in February 2012, and on Christians who don't read the Bible on Thinking Allowed in October 2005.
Deborah James on land reform in South Africa on Thinking Allowed in June 2007.
Maurice Bloch on the need for grand theory in anthropology on Thinking Allowed in July 2005.
Charles Stafford on numbers and China on Thinking Allowed in October 2004.