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This time we're talking senses - how taste controls not just your gut but your breathing; how touch shapes your identity; and what it's like when sounds have colours and colours have smells
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Senses working overtime 

This month we turn our attention to the realm of the senses.  We look at how the taste receptors in our mouths do more than just taste, and why we have them in our lungs; we look at why we have a whole part of our nervous system dedicated just to social touching; and finally we look at synaesthesia, and people who taste sounds and hear in colours.

Salty, sweet, bitter, sour, savoury, and "mouthfeely"?
When letter A's are bright red and trombones are bitter 
Fist bumps, hand holding, high fives,  and group hugs 

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