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!

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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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