Interruptions galore & disrespectful at times
I thought I was the only one who noticed him interrupting like crazy! He seriously interrupts all throughout every podcast episode. I feel like the guests have to speak fast just so they can get in what they want to say. Also, in one episode with Mayim Bialik, Bill ante asked if she “still has” her OCD. Sir...OCD is not something that goes away. In other episodes it seems like he doesn’t do his research and asks where to buy someone’s book when it’s still in the process of being written. I understood he’s a busy man but, come on, if you’re going to interview someone for an hour on a podcast and make MONEY, at least do some easy research beforehand about the questions you’re going to ask. &, with these things, if he apologized then it’d be okay. Whenever he is met with “criticism,” like “well, I still have OCD!” he just shrugs it off and moves on. “Actually, I’m still writing my book,” *completely ignores it.* I hope he reads these reviews and changes some things. The topics are interesting but I can’t listen because of the condescending attitude, interruptions, and what SEEMS (I could be wrong, but it does seem that way) like lack of effort. Ps I grew up with Bill Nye so I really tried to force myself to get past these things.
Animallove95 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/21
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Excellent, accessible and empowering.
Sethcanner via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/21/19
I like this podcast a lot. I like Bill and his guests. The pace is good and the content is interesting and informative. As to Bill’s personality... like him, and I agree with his ideas about what we need to do as a people. He sounds very youthful and his delivery is very casual. He doesn’t...Read full review »
Mommabird25 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/19
I am always excited for another science podcast!
dustypants via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/19
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