The Captured Thought meets Nicolas Jackson at Clare College, Cambridge

Nicky Clayton Clive Wilkins TangoClive and Nicky demonstrate a few tango moves on the radio!

University of Cambridge Professor of Comparative Cognition, Nicky Clayton and Artist in Residence, Clive Wilkins were recently interviewed about The Captured Thought & The Moustachio Quartet by Nicolas Jackson, the award winning Arts and Radio Projects Manager for Afonica and The British Council. Material was recorded for various projects, which will feature on The Spanish World Service and for The British Council.

Nicholas Jackson Clive WilkinsNicolas Jackson wonders how a £5 note can turn into £20~ right in front of his eyes~ whilst trying not to blink.

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