As good as anything on NPR, maybe better!
Kirsten and Justin have a knack for making science seem as cool, relavant and interesting (not to mention entertaining). A lot of science news falls through the cracks because the mainstream media doesn't know how to present it or even understand it, which is a shame because it is amazing stuff that is going to shape our lives for years to come. These two find those stories and put them in a context that anyone with more than two neurons to rub together can get and even give the totally clueless a framework to hang the ideas with. Smart and fun, I only hope that somebody in national public radio notices these two and shows them off to the wider world.Read full review »
J Michael Pinc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/14/06
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Have been listening to this podcast for almost two year now. It Is released regularly every week and NEVER fails to interest me. Both presenters are easy to listen to and have a good sense of humor. Show tends to be well researched and enjoyable to listen to.Read full review »
RufflesVX via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/23/08
My only regret is that they're back down to one show per week. For a few weeks they've been graced with an hour on both Tuesday and Thursday, which was almost enough time for them to get me all the science news that's fit to know, but they're back to Tuesdays only... *shrug* I'll just have to...Read full review »
NYHouseFrau via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/07
I adore this show. I have been downloading podcasts since they pretty much began and this is one of the few that I still devoutly listen to. I rarely bother to buy the monthly science magazines as all the up to date science news is condensed into their topical yet often highly amusing show....Read full review »
light.spirited via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/15/06
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