Radio Lab: A Great Science Podcast

RadioLab, a science radio show created by WNYC in New York, is a little unusual for a public radio show. It comes out in short seasons of about five episodes. Each episode addresses a particular question in science through a wide lens–I found their most recently podcast show, on Morality, to be particularly fascinating. We’re adding the new show to our collection of Science Podcasts. Check it out for yourself!

RadioLab (Site, iTunes, Feed)

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  • Scott Eblen says:

    I haven’t checked out this podcast but the subject of their most recent show reminded me of an excellent BBC radio program called The Moral Maze. It’s usually a provocative but intelligent discussion and, although they often invite various religious perspectives to weigh in, no one gets away with a poorly reasoned argument.

  • Ed Finn says:

    Thanks, Scott! I listened to one of these–I really like the debate style of the show. I wish the BBC would provide more shows as podcasts. The RealAudio streaming is such a pain.

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