It's podcast time, your favourite time of the week. Zane is still hungry for podsnacks so he recommends 60-Second Science (Space/Mind/Tech/Earth/Health). Liz dives into the listener recommendation pile to solve the worlds trivial problems with What Shall We Do About...? and Nick shows his love for music and sound engineering with Song Exploder. Then, it's on to the reviews from last week. Whose podsnack will reign supreme?
Liz Recommends - What Shall We Do About?
"The world is full of problems, though most of them don't make the headlines. Sam Robinson sits down with some prominent personalities to try to improve and perhaps even solve some of the world's less pressing issues. Nothing too trivial will be left unturned."
Host Sam Robinson sits down with Aussie personalities like Marc Fennel, Ash London and Dan Illic to discuss how to solve the world's issues that are smaller than, say, a fucking pandemic.
Like What shall we do about kindness? Which is all about how to find the good in among all this shit. Or what shall we do about children's television, where Sam chat's to kids TV royalty James Sherry about what will happen with aussie kids TV quotas being reduced. Or even what shall we do about clutter if we don't wanna go all Mari Kondo on our stuff?
For both: Pick a topic or personality that appeals
Nick Recommends - Song Exploder
A podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made.
Zane Recommends - 60-Second Science from the Scientific American (Space/Mind/Tech/Earth/Health)
Zane loves science! And this is one of his favourite sources of daily science info! Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American. And if you do not get enough science news from this podcast there are a series of more specifically
For both: Listen to them all!
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