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Popular Science Radio

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Description

POPULAR SCIENCE RADIO brings you all the newest discoveries and emerging technologies, cutting-edge innovations in science and technology each week. Presented in an interactive, entertaining and easy to understand forum with host, Alan Taylor. Broadcast weekly from out Los Angeles studio and "on the road", Popular Science Radio brings you behind the scenes coverage from technical and scientific events around the country. Get the latest on time travel, warp factors, reprogramming your mind, artificial intelligence, and the current innovations in automobiles, gadgets, food science, technology, health and lots more. Join host Alan Taylor with an exciting a mix of scientific experts, bold inventors, tech geeks, dreamers, innovators, tinkerers, thinkers and celebrity guests. This is your source to uncover scientific and the technical treasures on nationally syndicated radio, podcasts, and more.

Customer Reviews

Waste of time

Every five minutes there is a commercial break and the commercial breaks consist of a one minute cut of a pop song. The guy reading isn't bad but come on let's get to talkin and a little les walkin

Horrible hosts

What could be an excellent podcast from an intriguing and thought provoking magazine, ultimately becomes a steaming pile of excrement via the installation of Alan Taylor as host and his inane, chuckleheaded cohorts. The most current episode from CES 2011, Alan Taylor speaks over guests, interrupts, attempts lame forays into humor shows immense bigotry/racism when interviewing a guest from Columbia by purposefully mispronouncing his name and saying he "looked Cuban". The listener does not care the nationality of the guest, we want information on new, innovative products and a host that can skillfully extract such info during the interviews.

Please, please, please PopSci, FIND A NEW HOST!!!

Neither popular nor science.. discuss.

Too consumerist. One big non-stop commercial of various corporations and products.
Misleading too. One of the November episodes: A 30-second teaser came up talking about another upcoming piece on police radar detectors. Controversial but interesting topic, so I waited through the mundane stuff and all the non-stop plugs and commercials. Turned out, the piece about radar detectors WAS ANOTHER COMMERCIAL! Come on, your teaser was about a commercial? Really?

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