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Science Friday

Fridays at 1pm, Sundays at 6pm on 1430 WPLN-AM
  • Hosted by Ira Flatow

Science Friday is your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science. The educational program features host Ira Flatow’s in-depth discussions with scientists and others from all walks of life whose work influences our daily lives.

True You

Jun 23, 2017

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Future Self

Jun 22, 2017

This episode contains some disturbing content and might not be appropriate for some listeners.

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The Culture Inside

Jun 15, 2017

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Reality Part Two

Jun 8, 2017

We'd like to thank the following musicians:

  • Julianna Barwick and Suicide Squeeze Records and SubPop Licensing for letting us use the song "Call"
  • Peals for their song "Wild Honey"
  • Crazy P for "Errinerige"

Reality Part One

Jun 8, 2017

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Emotions Part Two

Jun 1, 2017

Note: In this show, we refer to a group of people who live in the Philippines. The name of the group has multiple valid English spellings, including Ifugal and Ifugao. We have opted for the former pronunciation for our story.

We'd like to thank the following musicians:

  • Linnea S. - Her Presence is Strong Here
  • Myriadar - Cart Before the Horse

Emotions Part One

Jun 1, 2017

To learn more about the theory of constructed emotion and the work of neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett, check out her book How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain.

Special thanks to the following musicians:

  • Helena Ahlbäck (formerly of The Broken Assembly) - "Emotional"

Season 3 Trailer

May 18, 2017

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Meet the Contributors

Jul 31, 2016

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Read the Transcript

Jul 29, 2016

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When he was in college, the thing that annoyed Brett Cohen the most was celebrity culture.

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