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Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince

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    • 4.8, 863 Ratings

Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince

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4.8 out of 5
863 Ratings

863 Ratings

neale64 ,

British humour & irreverence at its best

Once again the BBC outdoes itself with a witty and educational creation which does not talk down to its audience. The quality of guests from Fry, (Picard) Stewart to Dawkins is unsurpassed.

damianfuerte ,

Amazing way to educate and grow

I love this podcast and the amazing intelligent people that have such brilliant minds. I’m only a 22 year old in Arizona in the states but I have this desire to know why for everything in the world. I suppose my inner philosophy to question everything and this podcast is a great way to learn a perspective from every part of our humanity. I love the episode of the future of our humanity and if I could recommend anyone to bring on your panel please bring Yuval Noah Harari. 3 amazing books (Sapians, homo deos, 21 questions for the 21st century) I think he would bring an incredible conversation to your show! Thank you for educating me at such a young age. I can’t afford education in the states and this is definitely a great way to self educate myself.

Slimlemon ,

The Brits Do It (Best), Again

Why is this THE best science-related podcast on this planet? Because of British people's apparent love and respect for knowledge and humor, in this case represented by Brian Cox and Robin Ince. Alas, in the USA, many of our citizens not only tolerate ignorance and stupidity, but seemingly celebrate them. This podcast is definitely an antidote to both.

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