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Radio Lab

A place to discuss national and regional television and radio programming.
sfpcc
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Radio Lab

Post by sfpcc » Tue May 16, 2017 3:56 pm

Has anyone out there ever listened to Radiolab on NPR? It's a show that explores all aspects of science in an idiosyncratic and entertaining way. Some interesting topics I've heard them cover in the last couple of months were how Gengis Khan 's genetic material was spread over time to over ten million people, the efforts to save a Warbler (bird), and how quicksand is viewed by modern society, (to some it's a sexual fetish.)

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SolarMax
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Re: Radio Lab

Post by SolarMax » Tue May 16, 2017 5:33 pm

I don't catch Radiolab nearly as often as i'd like to. Living up to its name, the show often presents entertainment and information in unusual and interesting ways.

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