The Body - A Guide For Occupants

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0120191007

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and often surprising journey around the human body. He begins with possibly our most mysterious organ, the brain.

The award-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and the bestselling Notes from a Small Island has for decades entertained and educated readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and around the world.

The Body: A Guide for Occupants confirms Bryson as a true polymath. In it, he answers questions such as how much would it cost to make a human and why our faces have evolved their peculiar shape, as well as exploring the mysteries that continue to elude scientists today.

Read by Bill Bryson
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Produced by Ciaran Bermingham

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human body

0220191008
0220191008

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and often surprising journey around the human body. Today, he looks at the head and the reason for our facial expressions.

The award-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and the bestselling Notes from a Small Island has for decades entertained and educated readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and around the world.

The Body: A Guide for Occupants confirms Bryson as a true polymath. In it, he answers questions such as how much would it cost to make a human and why our faces have evolved their peculiar shape, as well as exploring the mysteries that continue to elude scientists today.

Read by Bill Bryson
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Produced by Ciaran Bermingham

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human.

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human body

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0320191009

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and often surprising journey around the human body. Today he delves down further, through the mouth and into the throat.

The award-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and the bestselling Notes from a Small Island has for decades entertained and educated readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and around the world.

The Body: A Guide for Occupants confirms Bryson as a true polymath. In it, he answers questions such as how much would it cost to make a human and why our faces have evolved their peculiar shape, as well as exploring the mysteries that continue to elude scientists today.

Read by Bill Bryson
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Produced by Ciaran Bermingham

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human.

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human body

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0420191010

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and often surprising journey around the human body. His anatomical adventure continues today in the dissecting room.

The award-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and the bestselling Notes from a Small Island has for decades entertained and educated readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and around the world.

The Body: A Guide for Occupants confirms Bryson as a true polymath. In it, he answers questions such as how much would it cost to make a human and why our faces have evolved their peculiar shape, as well as exploring the mysteries that continue to elude scientists today.

Read by Bill Bryson
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Produced by Ciaran Bermingham

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human.

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human body

0520191011
0520191011

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and often surprising journey around the human body. He concludes today with the strangeness of sleep.

The award-winning author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and the bestselling Notes from a Small Island has for decades entertained and educated readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and around the world.

The Body: A Guide for Occupants confirms Bryson as a true polymath. In it, he answers questions such as how much would it cost to make a human and why our faces have evolved their peculiar shape, as well as exploring the mysteries that continue to elude scientists today.

Read by Bill Bryson
Abridged by Katrin Williams
Produced by Ciaran Bermingham

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human.

Bill Bryson reads from his fascinating, witty and surprising journey around the human body