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Casual talk about stuff in movies with a scientist. I like the host who keeps it idiot-friendly.
Great show. Why are the ads triple the volume of the show? Very annoying and ineffective.
There used to be a lot more and diverse content in each episode. Now I feel that they spend too much time talking about what the guest has studied and specialized in more than the movies. By the time any part of the movie is discussed, you’re already 2/3 of the way through the episode. Coupled with the lack of diverse topics talked about in each movie, it’s turned more into a guest talk show. I come away knowing a bit about one small part of a movie.
Used to love this podcast, but it’s now basically just an advertisement for Discovery+. Also they seem to be reviewing nature documentaries more and more rather than debating the science in fiction movies.
This was my favorite weekly listen. You get a good dose of science and comedy while hearing about a movie. Brilliant formula, but now it’s a vehicle to hawk the crap Discovery churns out.
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The Good, the Bad, and the Science launched 6 years ago and published 203 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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