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Created by: WNYC

USA 6-1011+

Started: September 15th, 2022

Status: Active, 10 episodes

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Language: English

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Introducing: NPR’s Life Kit
16:34 | January 11th, 2023

NPR’s Life Kit explains a free, simple tool for your parenting toolbox. Called ‘special time,’ the strategy is widely recommended by children’s health professionals to help reduce behavioral issues in young children. Here’s a guide on how to do it with your kids at home.

Introducing: Flip and Mozi’s Guide to How to be an Earthling
6:41 | November 24th, 2022

Mozi is about to turn… 900 years old, and he’s having a tough time with it! So, Flip introduces him to some of the oldest earthlings around, the Bowhead Whales! Featuring new songs from the Pop Ups like “How You Are Old,” learn more about these 250 year old swimmers in the Arctic Ocean.

Introducing: Brains On
33:22 | Season: 2 |Episode: 7 | November 10th, 2022

Today’s episode is all about one of the most dynamite dinosaurs, the Brontosaurus! This long-necked icon has been featured in books, cartoons, movies, and even logos. But did the Brontosaurus really exist in the first place? We’ll dig into that question and uncover the history of Brontosaurus with science writer and bronto-enthusiast Riley Black. We’ll also learn about taxonomy from a ghost and catch up with Mr. Bone Jangles. Plus, a new mystery sound to discover!

Terrestrials: The Hybrid
34:59 | Season: 2 |Episode: 6 | October 27th, 2022

In the game of life, every species is like an action figure. You got your dogs and your dung beetles, your bald eagles and your blueberries. And for a long time scientists believed it was pretty much impossible for those action figures to mix and make a new kind of action figure that was able to have its own babies (dog beetles? Baldberries? Nah). But, today we tell the story of a four-legged beast in Kentucky whose existence is upending scientific beliefs.

Terrestrials: The Water Walker
29:39 | Season: 2 |Episode: 5 | October 20th, 2022

The ocean can be a scary place: the waves are so strong, the water so deep. But surfer and illustrator AJ Dungo tells the story of an earthling who figured out how to walk on water and literally defy the rules of gravity. If you want a big SPOILER, here it is: It’s only human for the season, the grandfather of modern-day surfing, Duke Kahanamoku. Duke’s great grandniece, Heather Kina’u Paoa tells us about what Duke’s life was really like. We learn about the physics of surfing, and how surfing is an escape, not just on a spiritual level, but a physical one too. Finally, we learn how Duke’s story of learning to conquer the waves while remaining true to his Hawaiian heritage inspired AJ to get through one of the hardest times of his life.

Terrestrials: The Unimaginable
26:25 | Season: 2 |Episode: 4 | October 13th, 2022

Over a billion lightyears ago, in the darkness of outer space, a collision of black holes sent out a fleet of invisible waves that were headed right toward planet Earth. The waves were so powerful they could ripple spacetime but most people on Earth didn’t believe the waves were real. SPOILER ALERT: The waves are called gravitational waves and…they are real!

Terrestrials: The Trio
27:04 | Season: 2 |Episode: 3 | October 6th, 2022

High above the banks of the Mississippi river, a nest holds the secret life of one of America’s most patriotic creatures. Their story puzzles scientists, reinforces indigenous wisdom, and wows audiences, all thanks to a park ranger named Ed, and a well-placed webcam. If you want to spoil the mystery, here ya go: it’s a bald eagle. Actually, it’s three bald eagles. A mama bird and daddies make a home together for over a decade and give new meaning to our national symbol.

Terrestrials: The Guardian
31:43 | Season: 2 |Episode: 2 | September 29th, 2022

A singing entomologist, Dr. Sammy Ramsey, and a biologist with a knack for inventing things, Dr. Paul Mireji, tell us about one of the most fearsome animals on our planet. If you want a SPOILER of what it is, read on: It sucks our blood, spreads diseases; it’s the tsetse fly. Both Sammy and Paul were afraid of this creature, but share the story of what can be gained by looking close at what scares you. In the case of the tsetse fly, we learn that these creatures give live birth, produce milk, protect entire ecosystems, and just might hold the solutions to some of our planet’s biggest problems




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Created by: WNYC
Started: September 15th, 2022
Status: Active, 10 episodes
Kind: --Select--
Language: English

USA6-1011+
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