There’s a ton of fascinating science content floating around the public broadcasting space – too much to keep an eye on during your busy workweek. What Would Big Bird Read?
So we’re doing it for you.
Every week, we’ll be gathering the quirkiest, funniest, most fascinating stories in public broadcasting for you.
Now get to listening/reading/watching. These picks cover the past two weeks.
Yup. Scientists have them too. We’ve been there, Charles.
Their souls. With a camera. The point is, it’s not kidnapping.
Secret Life is all about exploding stereotypes. We have to know what we’re up against.
Add depth and meaning to your dish-washing duties.
His former teacher told him a career in science would be “completely ridiculous.” We love us an underdog story, especially when it ends well.
Secret Life exists to study the human side of science. And we love David Pogue! (Cough, cough: and we produced this.)
Well, can it?! We have our reasons for wanting to know…
Sue Barry sparked our interest in how the brain changes and adapts. So why not study how it changes and adapts to the 18th Century Nora Ephron? (We also like that brain and Jane rhyme…)