Actor Don Grant and a weekly guest host discuss the three most interesting things discovered by listeners on the internet this week.
Journalists, podcasters, authors and more join Don to chat about interesting things in the fields of science, pop culture, history, or whatever else comes up.
What's the most interesting thing YOU'VE seen on the internet this week? The thing you want to share with others and actually talk about.
A fact? A compelling article? Something else?... Tweet it to us @3interesting , Instagram us @3interestingthings , or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 15: (Bonus) Pour One Out For Percy
On this week's show, as promised, Don is rejoined by science and space reporter from The Atlantic, Marina Koren, to go over NASA's picture perfect landing of the Perseverance rover on the surface of Mars.
Episode 14: Lord Have Percy
On this week's show, Don is joined by science and space reporter from The Atlantic, Marina Koren, to discuss:
What happens to Space Force now that Trump is gone?
How today's version of an astronaut has drastically changed.
The imminent landing of the latest Mars rover, Perseverance.
Episode 13: Coins, Cars, and Conspiracies
On this week's show, Don is joined by journalist Ilana Strauss, whose writing has appeared in The Atlantic, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, Politifact, Popular Science, and many others.
Thing 1: What would happen if money suddenly disappeared?
Thing 2: The man who made money betting against QAnon.
Thing 3: What would happen if cars suddenly disappeared?
Episode 12: Cloning Betty White
On this week's show, Don is joined by Brian Sheehan, host of The TV Trivia Pod, to discuss:
Thing 1: Betty White was an early civil rights fighter.
Thing 2: The crazy legal loophole that led to the James Bond film that wasn't an official James Bond film.
Thing 3: Are we close to being able to clone a woolly mammoth?
Episode 11: Out Of The Frying Pan, Into The Firestorm
On this week's show, Don is joined by Sam Kean, the New York Times bestselling author of such books as "The Disappearing Spoon", and "The Bastard Brigade", to discuss:
Thing 1: Cavemen had beautiful teeth.
Thing 2: The rag tag group of misfits who were tasked with stopping the Nazis from developing a nuclear bomb.
Thing 3: The crazy connection between your frying pan and nuclear weapons.
Episode 10: The Ghosts Of COVID
On this week's show, Don is joined by Rue Spence from "Supposedly" to discuss:
Thing 1: The mad squirrel of Rego Park, New York.
Thing 2: Reports of haunted houses have skyrocketed in lockdown.
Thing 3: The 10 ways our lives have permanently changed due to COVID
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Breezy and informative
A lovely show. The topics are as the title says, and the conversation is breezy and fun. Definitely recommended.