fisukala via Apple Podcasts · Finland · 10/19/20
I’ve found those two guys on Twitter (mostly Dan), and I find their talks about science and science-related subjects not only inspiring but also entertaining. If you do science, you should listen to this podcast.
MichelW86 via Apple Podcasts · Poland · 04/10/20
Funny and timely podcast meta-science, methods, and best practices.
andrew.m.demetriou via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 12/10/19
I really enjoy listening to your podcast! I’m from Thailand, and it’s pretty rare to have anyone engaging in academic conversations with. Also I’m planning to apply for grad programs next year. Your podcast paints some pictures of what PhD life could look like, which gives me tips of what I...Read full review »
Newrem via Apple Podcasts · Thailand · 12/07/19
This podcast is basically every conversation I have had with my science colleagues, or have unsuccessfully tried to have with my non-science peers, expanded and more funny. Highly relevant and interesting ideas for scientists in every career stage.
nutsci via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/02/19
That was a lame title but embodies my love for this podcast. It’s hard to believe that a podcast on reproducible/open science could make you laugh out loud (for real, not when you are texting it to a friend with a completely straight face) but IT DOES. The loving banter between Dan and James...Read full review »
Katherine_Maki via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/26/19
As enjoyable as VBW but with more stats.
Hr. Nilsson via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 08/23/19
The most informative podcast about science I’ve found. Dan and James bring a refreshing mix of humour, honesty, and humility to every episode. Definitely worth a subscribe if you care at all about the advancement of science.
Jackson A Smith via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/25/19
An often hilarious, always interesting conversation about science. The discussions about science itself are always fascinating and the guests are great. The hosts, James and Dan, are pretty good. James has a very “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable” vibe and Dan... is his handler?
ProjectPluto via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/19
James’ rants can be a bit much but overall great one guys!
barbosa03 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/22/19
Great to get a sense of academia in general.
fhjfyhgdwdhhkyt via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 06/09/19
great job, Amy
jesus darwin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/28/19
The antidote to the managerial academy.
Helen987654 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 05/22/19
So unprofessional, so uninformed. So ... five stars.
Dr five ball via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/12/19
Nairo Quintana's brother is great in this.Read full review »
Nsisnskd via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/10/19
Came for the car rental and stayed for the podcast
conallmacc via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/08/19
James voices every opinion I have regarding academia in a hilariously direct approach that frequently leaves me laughing out loud! And Dan does a great job of keeping him in check! Great podcast!
leeshbobeesh via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/22/19
The science equivalent to good cop, bad cop. One is constantly venting and rambling while the other compensates with his tender voice and tries to steer the conversation out of rabbit holes they both keep finding themselves in. But jokes aside, this is a great podcast with two very likable and...Read full review »
Schnemann via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 04/21/19
There are some fine insights about statistics and methods here. And most of the occasional guests are great. Unfortunately the two guys are often arrogant jerks so listening to their random chatter can be painful. Eventually stopped listening when the stupidity became overwhelming.
Carneades via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/16/19
This is a great podcast with genuine conversation and even though I’m not in psych I still get so much out of this podcast and it generates so many interesting ideas and conversation. Thanks y’all!
Dani&Neko via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/19
A great podcast on science with engaing hosts and great guests.
mattpfox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/07/18
My go to podcast for learning more on Open Science and Australian invectives.
Johan Berlin via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 09/23/18
Straight-talk about science and academia. If you want brutally honest insights into the good, the bad, and the ugly, of the conduct of science and scientists (especially academics), then these two quick-witted Aussies will be right up your street. The inventively improvised insults James comes up...Read full review »
The Sphex via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/03/18
Good to hear scientists talking like actual people, too many science podcasts sound too much like conference discussions. Good work lads!
Biva lau via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/08/18
speaks to my grumpy disillusioned self <3
Meganeth via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/03/18
I'm very glad I heard about Everything Hertz - it's a great place to dip into current debates about statistics and research methodology. However, I find that the episodes could do with a bit of 'polishing up', i.e. in terms of their organisation and to what extent rambling...Read full review »
ccccchris via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/02/18
Super interesting, and it gets you thinking!
Jacob Vines via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/13/18
I’m not scientist but still this podcast is really informative inside view of science in general and psychology in particular. Highly recommended for kids.
Mizroba via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/11/18
I was a bit late to the party, but over the last few months I’ve caught up with over 30 episodes. Love the classic good cop-Dan- bad cop-James- approach! Dan does well to allow James, one of the new bad people of science, the space to vent his frustrations about the state of science. Never short...Read full review »
IMLahart via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/24/17
These guys are great -- funny, incisive, and really on the mark when it comes to current issues in meta-science and the culture surrounding it. More recent episodes have also featured some really interesting guests, which helps keep things fresh. Definitely worth delving into the old episodes too.
corcorana via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/01/17
The show makes it clear that everything hertz in academia, and it is all gonna burn. It also makes you laugh. Included is great tips for doing academia, viewpoints on current issues or controversies and cool guests. The sound quality is good, but Dr. Heathers NPR persona will make you cry.
Gaau via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 11/17/17
Real scientists talk about doing real science. Worth a listen by anyone interested in research.
mathsishard via Apple Podcasts · China · 10/08/17
Great podcast. Fantastic for anyone involved in research or anyone who wants to listen to James’ magnificent metaphors
physio88 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/27/17
I've loved this podcast since it's inception. Very interesting topics discussed and funny too. Well worth a listenRead full review »
PsychBrief via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/12/17
I quote 'A Softer World': ". . . but I'm not alone, there are more of us than you suspect, and we've got bombs, truth and beauty bombs." Dan and James illuminate the inner workings of science from the point of view of two post-docs with experiences covering research...Read full review »
Konrad Senf via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 08/11/17
Few science shows will make me laugh as hard as James describing a paper which 'reported the stats like a flung pie'Read full review »
Richard De Speldlezert via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/26/17
Really great sci podcast. Great guests, sharp talk, relevant content. Love it!
Tobiasjohannes via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 07/26/17
This is a great podcast that looks at a different issue related to science/psychology each episode, with a laid-back (sometimes irreverent) perspective. Good for anyone working in psychology, cognitive science or related areas.
djl5 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/10/17
Informative with tons of resources!
rachael53 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/17
I am so happy someone mentioned this show on Twitter. I've just gone back and listened to a handful of old shows and subscribed. The discussion covers real challenges of working in research by two people in different situations. I appreciate the way that they discuss how to approach work,...Read full review »
jc2277 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/08/17
casual but motivated and smart conversation about the academic science world. I'm not a scientist but enjoy listening because I am interested in scientific epistemology and professional gossipRead full review »
Gabarta via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/17
Dan and James discuss recent developments in science, often touching upon how to work, research methods, or meta-science. All things you want to be informed about, and this is a great podcast to learn about these topics in an extremely entertaining way. Best when either host gets worked up about...Read full review »
Daniel Lakens via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 03/30/17
This science-podcast, hosted by two young researchers, offers both insight and entertainment. The hosts work in psychobiology, but the show should be enjoyable to anyone interested in scientific activities, as they cover very diverse topics such as publishing, writing, software, open-access,...Read full review »
Harald (two A's...) via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 08/05/16
I really can't get into this. It's frequently filled with ranting and raving about poorly thought out and badly explained pet peeves, topped off with unprofessional, stuttery presentation. In "Journals: Do We Need Them?" one presenter spends a good ten minutes eating while...Read full review »
Luke53 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/29/16
If you want to know hard truths about science and being a scientist, and laugh while you do it, this is your podcast. Superb job guys. I have listened to just about all the episodes now, and I look forward to hearing more. Tim O from Oz.
timmeh88 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/02/16
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