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Where has the giggle gone?
I have been listening to your podcasts for quite some time, now... They accumulate in iTunes until some time when I'm doing something which requires little mental attention (e.g. scraping and painting my house), and then I listen to ten or twenty in a row on my iPod.
I also collect podcasts from Science and Nature, and listen to them in the same way. Often, as would be expected, the papers discussed are the same ones used in your podcasts. I have learned to listen to Science and Nature first, and yours second, because inevitably I end up wondering about things which weren't asked by the Science and Nature guys - and then you guys ask just those questions! Or else, just as importantly, point out what you like to call "confounding factors". Thanks!
That little, slightly naughty, female giggle is gone! Every time I heard it, and I mean EVERY TIME, it made me grin. I was reminded of this when I listened to your March 6 podcast about laughter, and heard about how contagious it is, and how just hearing someone else laugh makes us feel better. I'm sure there were reasons to do away with it, and I'm also sure I am not alone in missing it. When I dream about doing things with my computer which I know I'll never get around to, one prospect is to modify all of your podcasts to stick it back in...
Keep up the good work,
We need an English tea taste test!
Loved the one about tea in china cups.
The SciAm podcast did one about tea with boiled and repeatedly boiled water.. But I don't trust the American's judgement of the taste of tea - I've drunk their tea. We need a British test (or Indian, Chinese or Sri Lankan test, to be fair), of the effect of boiling and repeatedly boiling on the taste of tea.
Daniel Deere ,
I really enjoyed your show from the River Cam
Hello all,I have been an avid listener to your wonderful shows ever since you began - I look forward to hearing you all every week.
I just wanted to say how much I really enjoyed your show from the River Cam Last week. What a great idea - such an imaginative and well thought out production.
I loved the tour of the wonderful sounding buildings of Cambridge University - your guide had some very interesting tidbits of information about each building and the interviews and kitchen science all done on the river were all excellent!
I love the show as it is but it was really refreshing to hear a different approach - congratulations! It was great!
Thanks for all of the wonderful shows - please don't stop!
I've listened from the beginning and I still enjoy it as much as ever!
I have listened to the Naked Scientist from the earliest beginnings and I still enjoy it as much as ever.
PS. You are great presenters.
Thank You from Denmark
Soren Mavrogenis Hasle,
I wish more virologists did what you do!
Wanted to congratulate you guys on your website and radio programme. I am an HIV molecular epidemiologist, and I only wish more of us in the field did what you do - bringing science to the public and actually engaging others.
Our whole family really enjoys listening to your programme
Our whole family really enjoys listening to your programme. As we go to and from school/work, we have a great time learning cool stuff from your podcast.
Thanks for your hard work and enthusiasm for science and bringing it to
The Mrizek Family, USA
Naked Scientists is Great!
I think Naked Scientists is great!
Keep up the good work!
Hello, Dr. Chris,
Just wanted to encourage you and the rest of your naked scientists from Cambridge to keep up the good work. Thanks for posting your radio show on iTunes so the rest of the world can have access to you wisdom and the latest scientific breakthroughs. Living in the mountains of Central Utah in the US does pose some interesting challenges in the winter when listening to your podcasts while seated naked at my computer, but I am willing to to endure a bit of chill for an hour of enlightenment :)
Thanks to all involved !
Thanks for the show!
Thanks for the show!
Please detail the types of trial used in research you cite
Hi my name is John and I'm from Oklahoma in the united states and a big fan of your podcasts. I'm an active skeptic and science enthusiast.
I was wondering if you could ask researchers you interview about the kind of study they used? I.e. Double blind multiple center published peer reviewed, or just a meta analisis. Not all studies are created equal.
Thanks for reading my request and keep up the good work.