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Giant puppets, wild music, improv comedy and tried-and-true banter come together for a special two evenings in Oakland when Radiolab Live comes to downtown's Paramount Theater. Radiolab, the unconventional public radio show with a unique take on
Peabody Award-winning program Radiolab in a recent interview. But he was surprised by what he read. "The extinction may have been way more violent and sudden than we expected." Abumrad and his co-host Robert Krulwich generally explore topics related
Abumrad grew up here, the son of a scientist and a doctor, and as many of us do, he had mixed feelings about his hometown. "The moment I went to school, Nashville didn't exist for me anymore," he told me. "I didn't have Nashville to go back to
And by his own mother. "My mom's trying to explain the way that fatty acids get into the cell," Abumrad tells the Scene by phone from New York, recalling a fairly typical dinner-table conversation with his parents when he was growing up in Nashville.
If history proves correct, Magicicada Brood II will emerge this spring after living underground for 17 years. In many places along the Eastern Seaboard from North Carolina to Connecticut the cicadas will fill the skies, breed and then quickly die.
Spending an evening 'In the Dark' Updated Radiolab might be the only radio show/podcast where I absolutely can't miss a single episode. It's so good, in fact, that most other shows sound pretty shabby by comparison. In case you're not among the more
The show explores sprawling questions (How does symmetry shape our existence? What goes on inside our gut ?) using a distinctive patchwork of memories, sounds, music, and humorous banter. It is now syndicated on some 300 stations, and its insanely
They do absolutely amazing storytelling on really interesting things. I don't think I've ever listened to a Radiolab program and then not gone off to talk to someone about it. Their most recent full episode (they also do "shorts") is a really
Editorial Countless science programmes have sought to attract the layperson, yet few do so with as much passion, irreverence and sheer gusto as Radiolab , the American radio show hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich. Abumrad, a composer by
And they're very funny. "We're Burns and Allen talking about science," Krulwich says of "Radiolab," the Peabody Award-winning, public-radio show and podcast about wonder and big ideas that he co-hosts with Abumrad...Abumrad and Krulwich have taken a