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A great show. A few episodes have made a big impact on me and changed the way I think about things.
Sep 6th, 2019
Had to change my rating after the new season came out. Loved the first season, so interesting, great stories. The next one is so blah, it's so disappointing.
Jul 29th, 2019
A general psychology podcast with substantial, hour-long episodes. Lots of interviews, lots of dipping into multiple perspectives on any given topic. It's good fun to listen to, and doesn't feel drawn-out or long-winded.
Oct 8th, 2018
I could hang with these women! They know how to tell a story and seem like a lot of fun.
Aug 3rd, 2018
As of writing, the first two seasons of this podcast have been absolutely phenomenal. Possibly my favorite podcast, only rivaled by Radiolab.
Mar 29th, 2018
Small changes are what make us unique--this podcast helps show how some of these changes, and the people they have happened to, have made them memorable.
Oct 3rd, 2017
There is hard to find anything to complain about with the storytelling, but for a show about science they play very fast and loose with the actual science far too often. The best episodes are those who heavily features scientists, but because otherwise they have a tendency to tread dangerously close to pseudoscience or indeed escape the realm of science at all. The best episodes are excellent, but a lot of listerners are going to come away with a erroneous understanding of subject as it's unreasonable for people without a background in science - at times even without a background in the specific field - to be able to tell the difference.
Jul 1st, 2017
This is one of my favourite podcasts. Never a dull episode.
Jun 13th, 2017
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