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Created by: WNYC

USA 6-1011+

Started: March 24th, 2020

Status: Active, 35 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Terrestrials Presents: 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: 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!

Forests on Forests
21:42 | June 29th, 2022

Hey Radiolab for Kids listeners! We’re back after a long hiatus with one of our favorite episodes from earlier this year. And a surprise… 

Octomom
31:29 | May 15th, 2020

In 2007, Bruce Robison’s robot submarine stumbled across an octopus settling in to brood her eggs. It seemed like a small moment. But as he went back to visit her, month after month, what began as a simple act of motherhood became a heroic feat that has never been equaled by any known species on Earth.

Behaves So Strangely
18:43 | March 27th, 2020

We’ll kick off the chase with Diana Deutsch, a professor specializing in the Psychology of Music, who could extract song out even the most monotonous of drones. (Think Ben Stein in Ferris Bueller. Bueller.)

Never Quite Now
20:02 | March 27th, 2020

We kick things off with one of the longest-running experiments in the world. As Joshua Foer explains, the Pitch Drop Experiment is so slow, you can watch it for hours (check out the live cam) and not detect the slightest movement. But that doesn’t mean nothing’s happening. Professor John Mainstone tells us about his desperate attempts to catch the flashes of action hiding inside this decades-long experiment.




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Created by: WNYC
Started: March 24th, 2020
Status: Active, 35 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

USA6-1011+
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