Before working at Radiolab I had lots of other jobs including washing dishes, roofing, making fancy lattes, reporting in South Sudan and being a K-Mart Santa Claus. Now I edit, research, report and produce stories about things like friendship, forgiveness, drugs and really old dead bodies. It's also worth mentioning that, along with fellow producer Matthew Kielty, I own an old boat in the Gowanus Canal. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe you’re like me and you’re not exactly sure what to make of 3D printers. Sometimes they feel straight out of sci-fi (home print yourself a gun!), at other times they seem like a frivolous way to procure something you could buy at the dollar store. Only ...
We can end the mosquito madness without turning a select few into genetically modified assassins. And the other ways to do it are just as far out.
They buzz. They bite. And they have killed more people than cancer, war, or heart disease. Here’s the question: If you could wipe mosquitoes off the face of the planet, would you?
Scientists' obsession with one particular man - and with the tiny scraps of evidence left in the wake of his death - gives us a surprisingly intimate peek into the life of someone who should've been lost to the ages.
Reporter Bianca Giaever brings us a story of forgiveness that's nearly impossible to comprehend -- even for the man at the center of it, an octogenarian named Hector Black.
Hector and Bianca