Kids of all ages (and their adults) will love this fun and healthy debate about sea life! Audiences will hear two people use facts and fun to scientifically argue their point.
Guests include: Denise Herzing, researcher for the Wild Dolphin Project in Jupiter, Florida; Michael Zasloff, professor at the Georgetown University School of Medicine; Laura Engleby, a researcher with the Dolphin Ecology Project in St. Petersburg, Florida; Alicia Bitondo, octopus expert from the Monterey Bay Aquarium; Brett Grasse, manager of cephalopods at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
Which team will you choose: Dolphins or octopuses? This lighthearted new, one-hour family special from Brains On! is perfect for long summer days or evenings.
Brains On! is an award-winning audio show for kids and families. Each week, a different kid co-host joins Molly Bloom to find answers to fascinating questions about the world. Our mission is to encourage kids' natural curiosity and wonder using science and history…but there's no age limit on curiosity, and episodes of Brains On! can be enjoyed by anyone.
Molly Bloom is the host, co-creator and co-producer of Brains On! Her work with Brains On! has been featured on Science Friday and WNYC's The Takeaway, as well as written about in The Atlantic and The Economist. As a digital producer for MPR News she produced a series of Emmy Award-winning videos explaining complicated civic issues, like a proposed voter ID amendment and a complicated dispute over a new light rail line. She was also the co-host and producer of the award-winning Electionwise podcast, which covered the 2008 election. She has worked at American Public Media since 2006.
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Preview audio available: June 18, 2018
Promo spot available: June 25, 2018
Program rundown available: June 29, 2018
Program available: June 29, 2018
July 2-August 31, 2018, with multiple airings permitted.
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