Welcome to a Cosmos Insights podcast, where we talk to scientists in Australia about the impact of their work. Cyber security experts have called for online safety and security fundamentals to be taught from early primary school, after a review of the national curriculum revealed key skills gaps. A report …
Nick Hirshon, Guest Editor, American Journalism
Talking about the history of investigative reporting.
Huh? Science Explained: Halloween: Black cats, sadism and the holiday's strange connection to Michelle Obama
Halloween is all about leaning into our fears and getting carried away with our superstitions. But is it possible to take things too far? Cosmos science journalist Petra Stock investigates the fallout from Halloween fun. Petra Stock has a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Journalism, both from the …
Donnell Suggs, The Atlanta Voice
Editor-in-chief of the longest running and only Black newspaper in Atlanta.
Huh? Science Explained: Think Pink: The Science of Barbie
She’s the disco dolly that’s more than 60 years old, stands shorter than a ruler and who’s had more than 200 different careers. But this tiny doll has been troubling adults and researchers for decades. In this episode, we take a deep dive into the controversies and concerns about Barbie’s …
The Sunshine House: Miranda Luby
Miranda is an award winning fiction writer. Her debut, Text Prize-shortlisted young adult novel Sadie Starr's Guide to Starting Over is out now with Text Publishing.
The 9 Biggest Surprises of the 2022 Season
Mark, Tyler Kepner and SIS VP of Baseball Bobby Scales discuss the biggest surprises of the 2022 season.
Jane Wolfe, Author- Burl: Journalism Giant and Medical Trailblazer
A biographer of a journalism giant shares his story.
Ben Welsh, Visiting Senior Data Journalist at Stanford University
Ben is working on the project Big Local News. He’s also been a longtime data journalism editor at the Los Angeles Times.
Broadcaster José Mota; Standout Defender Jake Alu
José Mota (@josemota05) about how the Dodgers have made the most out of their players & Nationals infield prospect Jake Alu on his defense & hitting
Huh? Science Explained: Why do fruit stickers exist - and are they actually edible?
The little stickers on pieces of fruit are everywhere and are one of modern life's irritations or delights depending on your perspective. Here’s some cherry-picked info about fruit stickers. Petra Stock has a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering and a Masters in Journalism, both from the University of Melbourne. Before becoming …
John Vitti: Editor, Teacher, Founder: Headliners in Education
An editor at the Boston Globe and the founder of a journalism program for kids, Headliners in Education.
SAX IN THE MORNING on Apple Podcasts
• Crytpo expert John Sarson Today we talk to crypto currency and blockchain technology expert John Sarson. John is the co-founder and CEO of Sarson Funds, an investment firm that specializes in crypto investing and education. We talk about the security of the bitcoin blockchain, the benefits of cryptocurrency and …
The Science Briefing on Apple Podcasts
• NASA is crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid NASA is crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid NASA is about to crash a spacecraft into an asteroid at a speed of 24,000 kilometres per hour – and yes, they’re doing it on purpose. They’re attempting to nudge an asteroid called …
Alexis Terrazas, Editor-In-Chief, El Tecolote
He’s the editor in chief of a bilingual Latino newspaper that has served the San Francisco Bay Area Latino community since 1970.
Diamondbacks 1B Christian Walker on Stellar Defense By And Against Him
Christian talks about what’s gone into his dominant defensive season and an unusual offensive season
A Seat at the Table on Apple Podcasts
Welcome to A Seat at the Table, Trials and Triumphs of Family Business, hosted by Natalie Mariani Kling, a 4th generation family business owner. This program is a creation of The Capital Region Family Business Center, a non-profit agency whose purpose is to help family businesses grow and prosper.One thing …
Katie Hawkins-Gaar: Digital Women Leaders; My Sweet Dumb Brain on
Katie is a freelance writer and runs a mentoring program for women and non-binary journalists
Anushka De, National Student Journalist of the Year
Stanford-bound and super passionate about journalism
Ahmed Ahmed, Nevada Student Journalist of the Year
An op-ed writer with aspirations of being a lawyer.
Baseball Baserunning Forum With Doug Glanville & Bobby Scales
Which teams and players are best ... plus pet peeves!
The Science Briefing: The double-edged sword of making robots more human
A robot at a chess tournament in Russia broke a young boy’s finger earlier this year. The incident has triggered online debate with swarms of commenters humanising the robot, some saying it had motive and was out to get the boy for cheating. It also reignited a conversation about the …
Mariel Padilla,The 19th
Mariel is a general assignment reporter for The 19th covering gender, politics, and policy