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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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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 7,346 ratings
Engaging communicators
If you like or are interested in science then you’ll love this. Even tricky subjects are rendered accessible and interesting. I’d ditch the comedian guest though as Robin and Brian are funny enough and it adds nothing.
Ed BP via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/20/19
Brian Cox is interesting and naturally witty without seeming to try too much and many of the panel experts and genuinely interesting and informative but the attempts to fit humour in most discussions are too much and spoil it. When a comedian goes on a show like this they are there for one reason...Read full review »
donjmf via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/17/19
Fabulous, mystical and magical 🧙‍♀️
Tippman4life via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 09/13/19
Recent Episodes
Brian Cox and Robin Ince return for a new series of their multi-award winning science/comedy show. They kick off with arguably any child's first interest in science - dinosaurs! They are joined by comedian Rufus Hound and palaeontologists Susannah Maidment from the Natural History Museum and...
Published 09/16/19
In this episode from 2017, Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport the cage to the Starmus Festival in Trondheim, Norway, for an extraordinary gathering of astronauts. They are joined on stage by NASA astronauts Sandra Magnus and Terry Virts, ESA astronaut Claude Nicollier, and Apollo 16's Charlie...
Published 07/25/19
A special hour long episode of the hugely popular science/comedy show, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landings. Recorded at Cocoa Beach, Florida just down the road from Cape Canaveral, Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by some of the key players involved in landing the...
Published 07/20/19
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