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Created by: National Geographic Kids

USA 6-1011+

Started: May 24th, 2022

Status: Active, 12 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Repost: S1E1 – Archaeologist Nora Shawki
00:10:21 | October 21st, 2022

Inspired as a young child by the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, Nora Shawki fell in love with the history of her country of Egypt. In this episode, we hear about discovering ancient treasures, sending lots of emails, unavoidable changes, and cities buried under your backyard.

S1E10 – Astronomer Munazza Alam and Photographer Gabby Salazar
00:12:30 | Season: 1 | Episode: 10 | August 12th, 2022

Now that you’ve heard Munazza and Gabby talk about other Explorers, it’s time to hear about their work! In this episode, we hear about collaboration in STEM spaces, hot Jupiter-like planets, curiosity, community, and living with uncertainty.

S1E9 – Journalist and Marine Biologist Clare Fieseler
00:15:35 | Season: 1 | Episode: 9 | August 5th, 2022

From a side project in college, to a book and lifelong advocacy campaign, Clare Fieseler uses her artistic talent to bring awareness to women in STEM. In this episode, we hear about how the confluence of journalism and science, climate change, the recovery of wild spaces, and imposter syndrome.

S1E8 – Linguistic Anthropologist Sandhya Narayanan
00:14:12 | Season: 1 | Episode: 8 | July 29th, 2022

Growing up in a language-rich environment, Sandhya Narayanan began to wonder about how languages work. In this episode, we hear about multilingualism, language loss, and how sheep can ruin your field work.

S1E7 – Volcanologist Stephanie Grocke
00:14:11 | Season: 1 | Episode: 7 | July 22nd, 2022

If you’ve ever thought the weather was difficult to predict, you should try Stephanie Grocke’s job: predicting volcanoes! In this episode, we hear about a seven-hour hike, cloudy days, and emergency evacuations.

S1E6 – Photographer Jenny Adler
00:09:47 | Season: 1 | Episode: 6 | July 15th, 2022

Jenny Adler loved diving and taking photographs. Little did she know that her photographs would serve as a record of the decline of an important species. In this episode, we hear about cave diving, freshwater springs, and deciding to move from active science to science communication.

S1E5 – Planetary Scientist Sarah Stewart Johnson
00:13:19 | Season: 1 | Episode: 5 | July 8th, 2022

Sarah Stewart Johnson knows a lot about motherhood and the surface of Mars—she has it all! In this episode, we hear about freezing temperatures, children in the field, life on other planets, and the importance of role models.

S1E4 – Paleontologist Aubrey Roberts
00:13:21 | Season: 1 | Episode: 4 | July 1st, 2022

Like many kids, Aubrey Roberts was obsessed with dinosaurs, and learned later that you can have job a working with them! Or rather, their bones. In this episode, we hear about ancient reptiles that aren’t dinosaurs, using engineering to study ancient animals, and the aftermath of discovery.

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Created by: National Geographic Kids
Started: May 24th, 2022
Status: Active, 12 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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