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Excellent programme as always. more
I agree. No gas advertising.
Advertising gas is not appropriate!
How refreshing to hear proper empirical analysis. Well worth listening to. I have recently listened again to back episodes as it gives perspective on what is happening today. Pity decision makers aren’t listening.
This is an excellent podcast with great topics and well hosted. It’s nice when the host covers the topic with enough knowledge to ask intelligent and insightful questions that allows the key elements to be covered. Keep up the good work!
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Science In Action launched 16 years ago and published 225 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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