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Celebrate another year of Radiolab

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 - 04:00 PM

We're really proud of the work we do here at Radiolab. And this past year, if you've been listening to the podcast, you've heard stories that we fought with and fell in love with and coaxed into being.

We experimented with furbies, met a monkbot, battled our muses, and went on a hunt for the very first AIDS patient. And we reported a real-life love story--the story of Emilie Gossiaux and Alan Lundgard--that smashed our hearts and put them back together again better than they were.

We put everything we've got into making Radiolab, and we couldn't do it without your support. So thank you to all of you who've made a financial contribution this year. You're the reason we can do this kind of reporting and storytelling.

And if you haven't contributed, how about this?: if at any point in the last year we made you laugh, kept you company on a road trip, gave you something to talk about on a date...or inspired you to change your hair us out with a year-end donation right now!

Your contribution will help us make more Radiolab, and keep the podcast free for you to download. Donations are tax free, and every amount makes a big difference to the show. Contribute online now. Or text "RL" to 25383 and a $10 donation will appear on your phone bill (messaging and data rates apply).

Thanks everybody! And happy holidays.


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Comments [3]


Just wondering, does Radiolab get funding from NPR?

Dec. 26 2011 11:47 AM

This is the first time I have donated money to a program. I felt I owed Radiolab for the amazing stories. Thank you.

Dec. 22 2011 11:19 PM
stephen from Huntsville AL

I donated my ten dollars via cell phone. I already give 15 dollars a month to my local NPR station, that btw does not carry your show. (wtf??right??) I fell in love with the show one day when I stumbled by it on the NPR site. My "now" wife and I even used the monologue from the "Desperately Seeking Symmetry" as the introduction reading at our wedding. Everyone loved it and asked us if we wrote it.. I would have liked to take the credit.. But I told them about you guys and your wonderful way of exploring things. I know I made you guys a ton of new fans. Keep up the great work.

Dec. 21 2011 06:27 PM

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