My first podcast addiction!
I've just gotten into the swing of podcasts recently, and this is the one I listen to -- dare I say -- religiously. The format is varied yet smooth, with content that is both informative and entertaining. While I'm slightly more educated than the typical layman I am far from a scientist, but I can imagine the casts being easy enough to follow for the former without being a bore to the latter. The program includes interviews with key players in both science and pseudoscience such as James Randi and Marilyn Schlitz respectively, quizzes for the pannel, answering listeners' questions, and a newly introduced feature (my favorite), identifying logical fallacies. The inclusion of skepchick Rebecca Watson provides a refreshing female voice in the otherwise male-dominated skeptical discussion.Read full review »
porquechoppe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/06/06
More reviews of The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
There are so many reasons that I look forward to listening to this podcast each week. There is a great mix of experts on the panel that include a good dose of humor. The Randi speaks segment is such a gem. As a science teacher, I am often asked questions about pseudoscientific beliefs and it...Read full review »
Dawn*Marie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/17/07
This is by far the best science podcast (or any podcast for that matter) I have found so far. The show is educational. The show is funny. The show is important. Great Show.
DrBenway8 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/06
Would be much more enjoyable if the panel weren't throwing in so many lame jokes and would keep more to the point. Also, the sound quality is not great with uneven levels throughout.Read full review »
TaylorPlayer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/06
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