Best Dean Burnett podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Brain Yapping
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Brain Yapping – The Podcast; an amusing, entertaining, ramshackle and illuminating look at how science can really work hosted by neuroscientist and author, Dr Dean Burnett (The Idiot Brain, The Happy Brain) and journalist Rachel England. Part of the Cosmic Shambles Network.
 
Brain Science is hosted by Ginger Campbell, MD. It explores how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. Full show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.
 
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Probably Science
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Three professional comedians and incompetent scientists take you through this week in science. Incompetently. Featuring Matt Kirshen, Andy Wood, Jesse Case and a rotating cast of special guests.
 
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Left Hand Right Brain with JD Lopez
 
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This episode of Brain Science features Dr. Donald Mackay, author of Remembering: What 50 Years of Research with Famous Amnesia Patient H.M. Can Teach Us about Memory and How It Works. H.M. may have been the most studied patient in history, but Mackay's work uncovers some surprising discoveries about the role of the hippocampus in language, as w ...…
 
Episode 154: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. This week I return for a third life update to fill you on what’s been going on in my life over the last 10 months. I’m sharing what I’ve been up to, how we’re doing as a family, and why we’ve decided to do no screen time around […] The post 154: Life Update [Volume 3] appeared first on 7 Health.…
 
Episode 153: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. Today’s guest interview is with Kayla Rose Kotecki. Kayla is a Non-Diet Holistic Nutritionist, Author, and influencer who helps people to stop feeling crazy and uncontrollable around food. She teaches how to overcome the diet-binge-purge cycle by showing people the tools needed to heal their relat ...…
 
Comedian Michelle Biloon (@biloon) joins Andy and Matt to talk about RFK's assassination, credit card rules, Michelle’s coding past, more cocaine in British sealife, living with MS, how kidney donor chains work and drones delivering organs.
 
Rachel and Dean discuss misophonia and how to not tackle people to the ground when they do perfectly normal things that make sounds you find infuriating (keyboard clacking, anyone?) Also, finding the sweet spot in the world of sound between the random and the predictable and giving pigs a fairer go. Support the Brain Yapping podcast and blog by ...…
 
This week is another LIVE Hand Right Brain. BIG thanks to Patrick Scott, Daniel Resking, everyone who came out, The Southwest Chief Bicycle and Comedy Festival for making it happen, and to Tom of Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home for hosting all the live podcasts. Enjoy! This is what Daniel and Patrick look like.…
 
Episode 152: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. This week’s episode is an interview, and today’s guest is Ivy Felicia. Ivy Felicia is a Certified Holistic Wellness Coach and Body Image Expert with a gift for helping people of all body types to embrace body peace and self-love at any stage of life. Her Body Relationship […] The post 152: Intervi ...…
 
Comedian Tommy Johnagin (@tommyjohnagin) joins Matt and Andy to discuss Last Comic Standing, finding your passion, why farts are funny, Marsquakes, crazy expensive houses, soil damage fueling climate change and a few ships polluting more than millions of cars.
 
Episode 055: Welcome to another installment of Real Health Radio. Today I’m speaking to Lu Uhrich. Lu is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach and Body Image Mentor who specializes in helping women to overcome their struggles with yo-yo dieting, food restriction, binge eating, shame, body hate and other unwanted mindsets and behaviors. Through he ...…
 
It’s already episode 8 of the Brain Yapping podcast and in this week’s episode, Dean and Rachel cringe at the sound of their own voices and tell us why we’re not who we hear we are… Support the show, and everything at the Cosmic Shambles Network, by visiting and pledging to our Patreon at patreon.com/bookshambles…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Mark Masters.Mark is the author of, Not Good Yet: Lessons From The First Six Months and One Hundred Comedy Performances of a Denver Open Mic Comedian. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: why write a book, getting into the Denver comedy scene, stage names, the science of comedy, judging other ...…
 
This month's episode of Brain Science is an interview with Stanford psychologist, Dr Russell A. Poldrack, author of The New Mind Readers: What Neuroimaging Can and Cannot Reveal about Our Thoughts. We discuss a brief history of the use of fMRI brain imaging with an emphasis on how to avoid the mistakes that plagued the field early on. Listeners ...…
 
Episode 151: This week’s guest on the podcast is Dean Burnett. Dean Burnett is a doctor of neuroscience, former psychiatry lecturer, sometimes comedian, regular media pundit and, as of 2018, a full time author. His PhD thesis, completed in 2009, was on the role of the hippocampus in configural learning. His first book, The Idiot Brain, […] The ...…
 
Zach Reino (@zachreino), actor/writer/host of the improvised musical podcast Off Book, joins Matt and Andy to discuss ancient Chinese medicine’s surprisingly recent history, Germany’s weird Chinese tradition, Arthur C. Clarke’s three laws, reactivating dead pigs’ brains, a brain implant that produces speech, HIV curing a bubble boy, why vitamin ...…
 
Episode 150: This week’s guest on the podcast is Paige Smathers. Paige Smathers, RDN, CD is a registered dietitian nutritionist in private practice and podcaster whose work revolves around helping people heal their relationships with food and their body. She specializes in chronic dieting, addiction recovery nutrition, eating disorders and fami ...…
 
Comedian Dave Waite (@davewaitecomedy) joins Matt and Andy to talk about khaki diaper butt, geography pride, a black hole image, the video Janna sent about said black hole, world records for rabbit fur and big pizzas, Stonehenge builders, measles and chicken pox and smiling.
 
This weeks LHRB Podcast is a crossover pod with The Mutiny Book Club. Join co-hosts Jen Kolic & Byron Graham as they welcome JD Lopez to discuss ‘The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas. This is what Jen and Byron look like. Here is the link to the very complex map we keep referring to in the episode: The Count of Monte Cristo Relations M ...…
 
Episode 027: This week’s episode of Real Health Radio is all about detoxification. Doing a “detox” seems to a fairly common thing these days but are they as helpful as they are cracked up to be? It’s a topic that has huge amounts of myths and incorrect information surrounding it and on the show I […] The post Rebroadcast: Understanding Detoxifi ...…
 
Comedian Doug Mellard (@dougmellard) joins Andy and Matt to talk about All Space Considered, asteroid fossils, the Thatcher Effect, upside-down viewing, Tom Cruise's middle tooth, Catalina, earthquake prep podcasts, octopus attacks and octopus wrestling, the rules of kabaddi, eye bees, a four-legged whale fossil, Matt and Andy becoming parasite ...…
 
Enjoy this week’s episode all about being in autopilot, which Dean and Rachel assure us they were not when producing it (though they couldn’t for the life of them describe how they got home). Support the show, and everything at the Cosmic Shambles Network, by visiting and pledging to our Patreon at patreon.com/bookshambles…
 
Episode 149: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. Today’s guest interview is with Dana Sturtevant. Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD is a nutrition therapist, facilitator, educator, speaker, writer, and activist specializing in chronic dieting, disordered eating, and body acceptance. A Certified Kripalu yoga teacher, Dana draws from her yoga teaching exper ...…
 
Writer/comedian friend of the show Nick Doody (@NickDoody) returns to discuss linguistics, space herpes, atoms and the strong force, the reason for zebra stripes or maybe not, a physics theory as to why time flies more as we age, the first female Abel prize winner, famous Norwegians, lady strokes from lady strokes, the Citizens of Nowhere podca ...…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Kevin Anderson.Kevin is a woodworker and owner of Kevin Anderson Designs. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: custom playgrounds, starting your own business, learning from Youtube, custom vs IKEA, the craft of woodworking, continuing to learn new skills, and promoting yourself on social medi ...…
 
Episode 048: On this week’s episode of Real Health Radio I’m interviewing another guest and my guest is Krista Scott-Dixon. Krista is a former university professor who turned a hobby of farting around on the internet answering health and fitness questions into a second career. She’s now the Director of Curriculum at Precision Nutrition. She’s r ...…
 
Returning guests Sarah Morgan (@sarahlmorgan) and Brendon Burns (@brendonburns) join Matt and Andy to talk about air travel, SpaceX’s new not-quite-manned flight, monkey peril, the Mars mission that may not be, rare semi-identical twins and a lot of talk about Brendon’s stonefish encounter. Listen to Brendon’s Dumb White Guy podcast and Sarah’s ...…
 
Recently on Twitter, Rachel was set upon on Twitter by some particularly nasty followers of a certain British TV presenter. So this week on Brain Yapping Rachel and Dean talk about tribes and jibes, memes from the mean and why changing our mind can be so hard. Support the show by pledging on Patreon at patreon.com/bookshambles…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guests Caitie Hannan and Byron Graham.Byron and Caitie are Denver based stand up comedians. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: Tom Cruise, health scares, drinking, the pains of hosting open mics, ice cream, and Game of Thrones. This is what Byron and Caitie look like.…
 
BS 155 is an interview with neuroscientist Paul Middlebrooks, host of the Brain-Inspired podcast. We explore the main theme of his show, which is the intersection between neuroscience and artificial intelligence. For complete show notes and episode transcripts please go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com. Announcements: Send email to brainscienc ...…
 
Cannabis educator Emma Chasen (@echasen) and comedian Marcus Coleman (@MrMarcusColeman) join Matt and Andy for a live show in Portland as part of the Listen Up! festival, discussing the complex science of the effects of cannabis, the difficulties in researching it, and the many hard-to-dispell myths surrounding it.…
 
Episode 148: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. Today’s guest interview is with Rini Frey. Rini is a personal trainer turned online educator, body image coach and podcast host. Through her content on Instagram, her Blog, Podcast and online program, she supports women in overcoming disordered eating, chronic dieting and negative body image. Her ...…
 
The final stop of the Probably Science Australia tour brings Andy and Matt to Melbourne on Valentine’s Day, where they welcome Sheree Marris (@shereemarris), author of Kama SEAtra, and returning guest Wil Anderson (@Wil_Anderson) to discuss the sex lives of aquatic creatures, male seahorses who birth thousands of babies, necking sea slugs, barn ...…
 
Episode 147: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. This week it’s a solo episode, and I’m taking a second look at the Minnesota Starvation Experiment. Recently, I came across two papers that followed up on the experiment, and I’m reviewing them today, and chatting about the new information they contain. Here’s what I cover in […] The post 147: The ...…
 
In this week’s episode of Brain Yapping, Rachel and Dean stand on the precipice of compulsion as they discuss what happens in the brain when we have intrusive thoughts (no cats were put in bins during the making of this episode, but if one had been, we couldn’t really explain why. NB - Listeners are advised that this episode contains some discu ...…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guests Ben Jones, Justin Springer, & Marshall Burnette. Ben, Justin, and Marshall are all filmmakers working at Image Brew. A Denver based video production company. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: A.S.M.R., film snobs, artist’s guilt, storytelling, manipulating emotions, reality television. Th ...…
 
Episode 085: Welcome back to another instalment of Real Health Radio. This week we are looking at the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) study. It uncovers how trauma as a child can impact on someone’s health and behaviours in later life. And despite the study being nearly 20 years old, too few people know about considering its importance. Here ...…
 
Andy and Matt welcome comedian Liz Miele (@lizmiele) and astrophysicist/software engineer Samuel Hinton (@samreay) to the stage in Brisbane to talk about Brewsvegas pool parties, Australia's most retweeted tweet, the fun of e-scooters, lax Australian airport security, the various ways Matt has broken teeth, dyslexic comedians, Liz's veterinaria ...…
 
Episode 146: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. Today’s guest interview is with Emily Nagoski. Emily Nagoski began her career as a sex educator, focusing not only on sex but on stress, nutrition, physical activity, and, sexual violence prevention. She went to Indiana University for a M.S. in Counseling Psychology, completing clinical internship ...…
 
Matt and Andy descend upon Sydney for the third leg of the Australian tour, welcoming Ig Nobel Prize-winning researcher Callum Ormonde and comedian Jen Carnovale (@Jen_Carnovale) to talk about living down your sister's reputation, what to put in a microwave, the Ig Nobel Prize itself, how Callum accidentally unboiled an egg, past Ig Nobel nomin ...…
 
It's episode 4 of Brain Yapping and Dean and Rachel talk about how light helps us comprehend time passing, our bodies' circadian rhythms and why being able to see a bit of green outside makes for much better shuteye. Also, there's some mention of weeing. Support the podcast by pledging as little as $1 a month at patreon.com/bookshambles…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Jake Adams. Jake is a stand up comedian. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: pickleball, moving to L.A. too soon, ice-cream, coming form a showbiz family, golf college, tattoos, crunchy foods, and competing with yourself. This is what Jake looks like.…
 
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