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Thank you for your website
My name is Waldemar, I am Polish but at present I live in Ireland. I arrived in this country in the beginning of 2005.
I want to thank you for your website which I find absolutely fascinating, brilliant and greatly educational. I learn English diligently, I can even say that all my spare time I spend reading in English or listening to radio or watching tv in this language.
The diversity of topics on your website is amazing. Thanks to it I can get familiar with many words and expressions that are very useful and interesting for me. The speech of all hosts is very intelligible what is very important for me. I can understand everything and even if I am not familiar with some words I know what is being said all the time. I also like your accent which is very pleasant for my ears.
It's very good that there are so many podcasts so I can listen to old topics. Good job! I hope you will never stop doing it.
My best regards.
Waldemar Wojciech Jusiewicz ,
A short piece on the science of concrete canoes would be really interesting.
I am a fourth year civil engineering student at Californai Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. I am involved in a national competition building a concrete canoe. I think that a short piece on the science of floating concrete and concrete canoes in general would be really interesting on The Naked Scientists.
If this interests you my team and myself would be happy to answer any questions you have on the matter. Thanks
Concrete Canoe, Captain
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Greg Stone ,
Hi, I am a physics student at UNAM, from Mexico, I usually listen your great program by podcast.
I just want to tell you, that I am amazed about this new "communication technology" era, and I am glad that I can chose what I want to listen, even if it comes from overseas.
I like all sections of your program, but there is one that takes all my attention: "Kitchen experiments", COOL SECTION!
It is Nice to say Hello.
Funny and interesting...
Hello Naked Scientists Team,
just wanted to say that I recently discovered your podcast and I really like
it. It's very funny and interesting. Keep up the good work!
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
I love this website!
I love this website! Good on ya mates!
Kitchen Science and Crisp Packet Fireworks is invaluable
I'm a trainee physics teacher, and listen to your podcasts as I walk to
school in the morning.
Kitchen Science and Crisp Packet Fireworks is invaluable for end-of-term
experiments and the Junior Science Club. We'll be extracting DNA from kiwi
fruits in a few weeks and making non-Newtonian fluids from cornflour, messy but
It's also refreshing to hear from women in science, my year 11 girls are
really taking heart from it and are considering taking at least one of the
sciences for A-level.
Thanks for inspiring a very tired teacher, and possibly the next generation of scientists!
Your show helps me learn English, and it's fascinating!
I came across your show more than 1.5 year ago. I searched for a something in English that would be interesting to listen to.
I failed to use various English training courses because they seemed completely boring. Your show seemed very interesting to me and luckily there were transcripts of what you were telling about. It is very convenient, I can always lookup an unknown word.
When I started I could hardly understand a word. I needed to listen 3 or 4 times before I got a sense of the phrase.
Now (after 1.5 year) I can understand about 90% of the text from the 1st time. So I must report that your podcast is very effective way to learn English!!
More over it is extremely interesting to listen about science facts and news. It is incredible how you can explain complex things in very simple words! It is really invigorating to hear your passion about the science. I wish we had something even remotely similar in Russian.
Thank you so much for your hard work. I hope that I'll listen to your show many years!
I truly enjoyed your "Science on the River" show
I truly enjoyed your "Science on the River" show as a literal and figurative trip through the different colleges and disciplines at Cambridge. It was a well-done metaphor that put the stories in an interesting context and gave me a fresh perspective on the varied areas of science and how they interrelate. As always, the show was informative and entertaining, although I have to say that the punts do look a bit tenuous.
Thanks for a great show.
Virginia Beach, US
We need a Shrodinger's Cat kitchen science!
I think it's time we had a Schrodinger's Cat kitchen science experiment.
Various people have tried to explain it to me and I'm still stuck. And no, I don't like cats much, I admit it, and yes, I am Diana's mum (give her a hug from me). I loved the Hadron Collider podcast, by the way - very clear explanations, thank you. I've been recommending it to everyone.
Keep it up!
I listen to your podcast while going to school ( on my bicycle or in my car) as i am a technology teacher, i just enjoy listening to all your podcast and the most fascinating part is the kitchen science giving experiments i can do and explaing with my children at school. Keep it up. Chris Malta.