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Thu August 23, 2012
How do you make a Radiolab?
One of public radios most creative storytelling teams is in Seattle this weekend – turning radio into a live theater performance.
Radiolab calls itself a show about curiosity. KPLU science reporter Keith Seinfeld talked with the show’s two hosts about how they make science come alive, and then turn it into live theater.
(Listen to the interview ... and for serious Jad & Robert fans, we've added an extra 3 minute excerpt that didn't fit into the edited interview.)
(For information about the shows on Friday and Saturday, visit the KPLU calendar page.)