Episode 29 – How To Hack The Radio (Physics and Early History of Radio I)

Listen, podcasting is not an exact science, and this is not exactly Science’s episode. Editing is good, fam, just remember that.

Rissa hates moist innards. Science promises no death this time. Clio nearly poisons herself with tea.

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Extra Credits video on Bandwidth Crunch

How to Make a Radio

“Voting Day” by Son of Laughter

Episode 24 – Hey Pope Urban II, You Missed (History of Turkey VII)

Kids these days. Putting off homework, obsessed with video games, debasing the currency…not like the good old days when Murad II was sultan, I tell you what. Come hear Clio talk about the Ottoman Empire!

Science makes a bad pun. Clio sums up all of human history twice. Rissa has high expectations.

Hear our interview with Alysa at Best Forevers: https://www.bestforeverspod.com/podcast/

Check out our friends at Good Taste! https://www.spreaker.com/show/good-taste

You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet

Special guest Kaitlyn has furnished us with a wealth of links to explore the world of silent films, and we thought we’d pass that on to you! Enjoy!

“Roundhay Garden Scene,” the oldest surviving film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR2r__ZgO5g

The oldest three films in existence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWOLLv70W-I

And the famous Le Voyage Dans La Lune, or A Trip to the Moon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FrdVdKlxUk

And if you’re a fan of documentaries, please enjoy this one, A Concise History on the Origins of Cinema: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_Sq_FNoMnY

Or if you don’t have 25 minutes, check out this one, How the Jazz Singer Killed Silent Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlAt2lcg5ZM

Go watch something worth seeing!

Episode 20 – Guys, I’m a Coffee Plant (History and Science of Coffee)

What’s the worst way to make coffee? Imagine it now. Got it? You’re wrong, this is way worse. Today Science talks the history, culture, and science of coffee.

Rissa shushes middle schoolers. Science pronounces three names wrong and one name right! Clio needs a fish.

The book Science mentioned is Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed the World, by Mark Pendergrast. Check it out!

Episode 11 – All Songs Are Breakup Songs (Tourist’s Guide to Prohibition I)

This week, Science takes a stand: podcasts that touch liquor shall never touch…hers. Mine. Ours. And then she talks about liquor for forty minutes. It’s a tourist’s guide to Prohibition!

Rissa begs for a job. Science has weird music taste, but at least she doesn’t blindly make playlists based on keywords, Clio.