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Having listened to the science show since a child, first on Radio National and more recently via podcast. I am unsubscribing in the hope that it re-focuses. What has great potential and still delivers occasionally (e.g. the summer series) as a forum for new science reporting from overseas and especially Australia is weighed down by bloated off-topic interviews that would be better in a separate podcast, and a presenter who is a avowedly anti-technology, anti-youth, and the possessor of a paperth... more
Have listened to Robbin for many many years and find this show informative and topical. It’s helped me keep abreast of global trends as well highlighting science in Australia. A magnificent show of cultural significance to Australia
I find the science show encourages my curiosity in history, the sciences and music. It is a pleasure to listen.
Globalist preaching about climate change, how wonderful our response to Covid is and a bit of sneering at non-Socialists. more
i’ve been trying to find the name of the song of the intro? please, help me out
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