yarn question mark
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THE SURVEY LINK IS BTOKEN! It has an expired security certificate!?:p
you are squandering the goodwill of your listeners, happy to help but NOT TO HAVE MY TIME WASTED!
If you are no longer interested in the survey you should take it down. what you should not do is maintain a link to something with a 2 year expired security certificate.
The show is great! I would love to see an Android application dedicated to this program
Please do a show on Google's New Book Database! Please?!?
And it needs a name. Maybe they would let Jad and Robert name it?
Most excellent. Just pleged. Could you please make the podcast filenames Mac friendly. Macs do not allow ":" in the name. Thanks.
I just recently discovered the show and I'm going through the podcasts. I really enjoy your work.
Brain teasers, puzzles, copious facts of the strange and unusual, incredible studies and stories that steal your mind for an hour.
Radio Lab is my obsession! Keep up the excellent work!
Hey guys, I wanted to say, I was told about Radiolab a few months ago and I have been hooked ever since. There are tons of people I have told to listen to the show, and they have gotten hooked as well. Being in the military, many of your topics help me, and thus I like to spread to soldiers. Thank you for all your topics, keep up the good work!
@Penelope: I had a similar experience at a used book store in Cambridge :-)!
I found MediaLab today; I think it was through npr.org. Downloaded most episodes to put on my phone, not an Iphone (per survey taxonomy). It is a great comfort to hear an intelligent, American perspective from over here.
I just wanted to say that I could not believe when I heard the name 'Jad'.That is my sons name, whom I named after his Uncle Jad Wolf, and his cousin Jad Wolf. It is not a common name, but a very cool one! It was the name that caught my ear, but the show is great, and I plan on listening often. Thanks,MJ
I listen to you guys while shaping surfboards (huge help). Sometimes i literally have to put my tools down and stare blankly at the radio because the topics you are discussing have melted my brain (or is it the resin fumes?).
I love the show and listen to every episode online. When I took the survey, I forgot to mention my one gripe: the new web site! It used to be you could easily spot the current episodes and the archives and go right to them. Now I can't find anything. I have to keep clicking away.Please make the site more user friendly! Or bring it back to what it used to be. (It wasn't perfect in the old days...a bit disorganized...but it was certainly better and clearer than it is now!(Sound effects: WHINE. WHIMPER. SCREAM!)
Great. Informative. Stimulating. Thank you.
i forgot to say that i wish i could buy some merch!
ie a t-shirt, coffee mug, etc
I first heard Radiolab while shopping in a great little store called The Regional Assembly of Text - they were playing your podcast instead of the usual muzak. Of course, if you knew the Regional Assembly of Text folks, you wouldn't be surprised. I stayed in the store till the podcast was done and then asked at the till what we'd been listening to. I was so astonished that I think I left without buying anything (don't worry - I've made up for that!). Keep up the great work - I love the sound effects - how it makes it all so REAL. Thanks!
I love Radiolab! I commute via bus, so I can usually enjoy half an episode before class or work, then finish it on the way home.
Took the survey & forgot to mention the unforgettable episode on parasites. Where else but on radio lab can I hear about a guys who is selling his own intestinal worms on the internet! You guys rock my world! Can I come work for you?
survey done. You can count on a sociologist's sense of guilt ;)
great work, thanks for having a free podcast!Ana
Artistic archerAutistic misfitYou'll get the sicknessWhen I spit the wickedness
You guys should get Del on an episode.
I also recently found RadioLab and have been addicted. I think I heard my first episode on Colorado Public Radio and loved it.
I listen while retouching and editing images and while i'm cruising around town or heading to shoots.
I just discovered RadioLab and am totally addicted! I've been listening to the show while I finish my next book (i'm a cartoonist). THANK YOU for the inspiration.
Ok. I took your survey.
Love the new website design!
The interviews are recreated wonderfully and there is a real heart to the science and stories. It's just one of those treats you want people to have.
Hello from Spain,Really interesting program and topics. Thank you very much for the effort and the chance to listen to this fantastic program.Ana.
@Ron -- I think you have to wait a bit to get the current broadcasts online, but not too long and you know it'll be worth it :-)
How come I can't find out anywhere what the name of the Radio Lab episode that aired on KCLU in Thousand Oaks on Friday, November 5th? Where can I hear this same show again or get podcast.
Fantastic show, great topics, excellent research, and above all, a really, really good show!
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