Like most people, I know Steve L as the co author of Freakonomics who led me into taking a very different view of the world and got me into a lot of trouble for questioning the received wisdom of my family and friends. I picked up this podcast thinking "yawn, sure, I'll support the guy" and proving once again how long wrong preconceptions can be. Steve is a brilliant interviewer who manages to know so much about the work and life of the person he's talking to that he produces fascinating detailed conversations in the format of generous, intimate chats.His positive attitude and real understanding are a knockout combination that both interest and educate me on any subject. Except possibly golf :-)Read full review »
Vkllxyz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/21
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As with most new projects it took a little while to get going but I really think Steve has found his stride now. The Pixar episode was perfectly balanced and the way Steve weaves his personal experience in was completely moving. So glad the freakonomics guys took a punt on this!
Tronkylonk via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/27/21
This year has seen the field of science excel. Hearing from one of the experts on this topic at such a moment in history was a treat.
Germanjames via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/30/20
I love Freakonomics Radio and No Stupid Questions, and now I can't wait to hear this new show! What a great addition to an incredible family of fun and intellectually-engaging content. Subscribed!Read full review »
LALALA__88 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/20/20
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