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The Infinite Monkey Cage
Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince.
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4.7 stars from 11,366 ratings
Pretty good( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Love the stuff it’s about as I love this kind of science but I find the hole crowd cheering quite annoying. overall very good :):):):):)
.Joe_mama. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/06/21
Be warned this show only comes out occasionally but it's so worth keeping on your feed. The show is always funny and entertaining. The best part is all the information and funny but rational insights it brings. It's so easy and fun to listen to that I forget sometimes how much I have...Read full review »
Voraz76 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/30/21
Canned laughter idiots
The ‘canned laughter’ a few people are referring to is, in fact, a live Zoom audience. This podcast is excellent as is the slightly shorter Radio 4 programme. But who doesn’t want more Monkey Cage in their life??!! Infinite isn’t enough in this instance!! Superb!!
Buzz Buh via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/27/21
Recent Episodes
Robin explores the origins of laws that seem to govern our everyday lives but which aren’t really laws at all. You can hear all five episodes of the series in the Scientifically podcast where you can also find other great science programmes from Radio 4.
Published 03/10/21
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Published 02/15/21
The Fundamentals of Reality Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Nobel prize winning physicist Frank Wilczek, cosmologist Janna Levin, and comedians Eric Idle and Sara Pascoe to look at what physics has revealed about the reality of our universe. From Einstein's equations more than 100 years...
Published 02/08/21
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