StarTalk: Through the Wormhole

Academy-award winning actor Morgan Freeman joins Neil and comic co-host Chuck Nice to discuss his Science Channel program, Through the Wormhole.

Sidedoor: Shake It Up (Season 1, Ep. 8)
Sidedoor (Smithsonian)

Transforming things we take for granted: An astronomer who has turned the night sky into a symphony, an architecture firm that has radically rethought police stations, and an audiophile who built a successful record company on underappreciated sounds.

Science Rules! Are We Alone in the Universe?
Science Rules!

Astrophysicist and author Dr. Janna Levin guides us in exploring the origins of the cosmos, black holes, string theory, and more!

Ologies: Cosmology (THE UNIVERSE) with Katie Mack

Astrophysicist and cosmologist Katie Mack (@astrokatie) joins to tell us her most embarrassing moments as a cosmologist, to debunk some physicist myths and give the nuts + bolts of everything form particle physics to gravitational waves and existential mysteries.

Short Wave: An Astrophysicist On The End Of Everything
Short Wave (NPR)

Today, we contemplate the end times — as in the end of our entire universe — with astrophysicist Katie Mack.

Short Wave: What Would It Be Like To Fall Into A Black Hole?
Short Wave (NPR)

We invited Yale University astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan onto the show to walk us through three ways to understand black holes.

Short Wave: The Mystery Of Dark Energy
Short Wave (NPR)

To figure out what we do know about dark energy — and what it could tell us about the fate of the universe — we talked to astrophysicist Sarafina Nance.

Short Wave: What Is Dark Energy? Physicists Aren't Even Sure
Short Wave (NPR)

Dark energy makes up almost 70% of our universe and is believed to be the reason the universe is expanding. Yet very, very little is known about it.