This week, AudioFiles delves into the world of Arts & Sciences, and we’re not talking about Biology 101.
With guests like Neil deGrasse Tyson and a group of British scientists we travel from the farthest reaches of the earth to the greatest extremities of the universe. Also, the AudioFiles crew gets a tour of some of New York’s most polluted areas. The band The Slack Tide also joined us in studio for a live performance. Adam Warner hosts.
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This episode features the following segments:
- Jorteh Senah on the power of steel drums
- Ajai Raj speaks to scientists stationed in Antarctica
- Christine Streich on the spread of yoga
- Eli Chen exploring art being built on Gowanus Canal’s Superfund site
- Adam Warner in conversation with the founder of “And I Am Not Lying”
- Daisy Rosario on the explosion of improv comedy