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Radiolab
Genre Scientific, philosophical investigation
Running time 60 min.
Country  United States
Languages English
Home station WNYC
Syndicates Public Radio International
Hosts Jad Abumrad
Robert Krulwich
Editors Soren Wheeler
Producers Jad Abumrad
Amanda Aronczyk
Jonathan Mitchell
Lulu Miller
Jessica Benko
Exec. producers Ellen Horne
Air dates since 2001
No. of series 6
No. of episodes 30
Audio format Stereophonic
Website www.radiolab.org
Podcast WNYC Podcast

Radiolab is a radio program broadcast on public radio stations in the United States. Hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, each hour-long show focuses on a topic of a scientific and philosophical nature, through stories, interviews, and thought experiments. The show attempts to approach broad, difficult topics such as "time" and "morality" in an accessible and light-hearted manner. Its audio production style is distinctive, often using rapid edits to construct an expository conversation, and usually feature brief, unscripted tangents. The credits are generally read by people who were interviewed or featured on the show, rather than by the hosts.

Radiolab is produced by WNYC, a public radio station in New York City. The show is nationally syndicated, and is also available as a podcast. Beginning June 15, 2009, the podcast feed offers full episodes on a regular schedule. Between each episode, podcast listeners "get two podcasts that follow some detour or left turn, explore music we love, take you to live events, and generally try to shake up your universe."

Radiolab received a 2007 National Academies Communication Award "for their imaginative use of radio to make science accessible to broad audiences."[1]

Six seasons of five episodes each have been produced; the sixth season aired in September and October 2009.[2]

Contents

Episodes

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Prior to Season One

Season One (2005)

Season Two (2006)

Season Three (2007)

A special half-hour episode, "This Is Your Brain on Love", was released as a podcast in August 2007.

Season Four (2008)

Season Five (2008)

Season Six (2009)

References

External links


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