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Dr Karl on triplej

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Join Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Zan Rowe and their scientific guests, with a bunch of curious triplej listeners for a weekly injection of science, myth-bashing and answers! Thursdays from 11am EST.

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Dr. Karl strikes again

Not content with books, TV, and a weekly appearance on the J's, now the famous Dr. Karl appears in podcast form! This is always a great segment to listen to, where the Dr. will answer questions from inquisitive Aussies on a wide variety of topics. Who ever said learning isn't fun?!

He's done it again

Once again the inquisitive Dr. Karl has proved peoples interest in science transcends all mediums. With recent books, talkback radio and various television appearances his boyhood wonder stokes everyones interest in seemingly superfluous subjects. With the valued insite of his fellow inpuisitor caroline each episode is enthrawling for young and old.

Fun Science

Karl has done a great deal for science and science communication in Australia. He is a charismatic entertainer, and yes a self-promoter, who is an expert at turning questions to which he doesn’t know the answer around so that he can tell an interesting story, or answer a question he does know. Some of his stories and scientific facts are hillarious. I met Karl and he is as zany and enthused about science as he seems on radio, however, his reply of “Don’t” when I asked him how to get into the science communication industry does not sit well with me. Unfortunately therefore, it would seem his enthusiasm for science does not carry over into encouraging people to be like him and communicate, and this is reenforced in this podcast by the fact that he makes it seem like you need to be a mad professor to understand or communicate science, which is not a good thing and is untrue. Notwithstanding this, his enthusiasm for science shines through in this podcast, and he has done much for the popularisation of science in Australia. It looks as though most subscribers to Karl’s podcast also subscribe to comedy podcasts, which is actually a good thing as it takes science to everyone, but is also representative of this podcast.

Dr Karl on triplej
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  • Category: Science & Medicine
  • Language: English

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