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Best Monkey Cage podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Monkey Cage podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince.
 
Podcasts about gaming, geek culture, and everything in between.
 
Stop smoking today with these hypnosis videos, produced by Online Hypnotist Jason Newland. ONLY LISTEN WHEN YOU CAN SAFELY CLOSE YOUR EYES AS IT MAY CAUSE DROWSINESS. All Hypnosis Sessions recorded by Jason Newland. Global News The Infinite Monkey Cage
 
At each of the shows on Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince’s record breaking 2016 UK tour, the audience would tweet Robin with questions to be sprung on Brian during the second act. These podcasts are made up of a handpicked collection of the questions and answers from all the shows. Part of the Cosmic Shambles network.
 
Visit us online at www.FunkyMonkeyMMA.com for more unparalleled behind the scenes access and interviews from around the mixed martial arts world! Sponsorship inquires: FunkyMonkeyMMA@gmail.com
 
Daniel and Andrew get together weekly through the power of the internet to review a movie from start to finish.
 
The Jersey Arts Podcast presents in-depth, one-on-one conversations with the liveliest and most intriguing personalities in New Jersey's arts scene. From the casts of hit shows to critically aclaimed film producers, from world renouned poets to classically trained musicans, from groundbreaking dance visionaires to cutting edge fine artists, our podcast connects you to what's happening in your local arts community.
 
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Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined on stage by comedian Shazia Mirza, science writer and cancer researcher Dr David Robert Grimes and psychologist Prof Karen Douglas to look at the weird world of conspiracy theories. From Flat Earth believers to people who refuse to accept that humans have ever been to the moon, why is fiction often so much easier…
 
The Science of LaughterBrian Cox and Robin Ince return for a new series of science/comedy chat. They are joined on stage, appropriately enough, by comedian Frank Skinner, as they look at the science of what makes us laugh, why we laugh at all, and whether humour and laughter are uniquely human traits. Joining the panel are experts in what makes us …
 
Brits in Space!Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by astronaut and author of "The Astronaut Selection Test Book", Tim Peake, first British astronaut Helen Sharman and comedian Mark Steel for a Brits in Space Special. Tim and Helen talk about their different experiences of training to be an astronaut and the challenges of life in space. They also l…
 
The Periodic Table How well do you know your Fe from your Cu, and what the heck is Np?? Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Katy Brand, Prof Polly Arnold and Prof Andrea Sella to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Dmitri Mendeleev's great achievement. They find out how scientists first realised that the elements that form the ingredient…
 
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Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian Bridget Christie, neuroscientist Professor Penny Lewis and psychologist Richard Wiseman to explore the science of dreaming. Our dreams have fascinated humans for millennia and then Freud came along and told us they really did mean something, and mostly they were about sex and anger. Was he right? Why …
 
Those Clever CreaturesBrian Cox and Robin Ince are joined on stage by comedian and author Danny Wallace, ornithologist Professor Tim Birkhead and marine biologist Helen Scales to look at animal intelligence. We have all heard about clever chimps that can count, and about how we can compare the intelligence of humans and the great apes - but have we…
 
Today we talk about DIY, going out to the laws of covering songs (or so we think), political views, religion, going out while being old, and charity! Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
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Brian Cox and Robin Ince return for a new series of their multi-award winning science/comedy show. They kick off with arguably any child's first interest in science - dinosaurs! They are joined by comedian Rufus Hound and palaeontologists Susannah Maidment from the Natural History Museum and Steve Brusatte from the University of Edinburgh to find o…
 
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Better late than never! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Today we talk about Tim’s very serious battle against Mother Nature and recap our visit to SDCC ’19! Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
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In this episode from 2017, Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport the cage to the Starmus Festival in Trondheim, Norway, for an extraordinary gathering of astronauts. They are joined on stage by NASA astronauts Sandra Magnus and Terry Virts, ESA astronaut Claude Nicollier, and Apollo 16's Charlie Duke, one of the last people to have walked on the moon.…
 
A special hour long episode of the hugely popular science/comedy show, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landings. Recorded at Cocoa Beach, Florida just down the road from Cape Canaveral, Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by some of the key players involved in landing the first people on the moon, on this day, 1969. Apollo 9 Ast…
 
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Just like Pulp Fiction, we post things in wack orders. Technically, this is our first cast after our brief break. We talk Mortal Kombat, band divas, and Christianity. Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
After a long break, WE’RE BACK!!! Life has kinda kicked us in the nuts and we’ve fell behind track a little but we’re going back on the pod grind. Enjoy. (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
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Today we talk about EVERYTHING! We discuss how big business is using copyright laws to sue independent artists, Art Center graduates, The Lords of Chaos, movie theater choices, Shazam!, Justice League vs. The Fatal Five, the Twilight Franchise, ghosts, possession, … Continue reading → (Read more...) Categories: Uncategorized…
 
Hannah Fry and Adam Rutherford present highlights from their podcast which investigates questions sent in by listeners using the power of science.By BBC Radio 4
 
Today we talk about shower curtains. Yes. Shower curtains. We also talk about WonderCon, make-up, our fear of white people, Salem Witch Walks, and haunting. Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
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Join Tim and The David as we go do the path of watching the Trinity of Documentaries Molestation Match: The Worst Month Theme Ever. Don’t guys, we do not get in to the nasty details so you won’t be scarred … Continue reading → (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
Today we talk about Tim giving some tattoos that people will regret in their future, Hollywood parties, Pop Up Bars, and Bio-Hacking. Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
Video games, music, and pizza form the cultural undercurrent of "Band on the Run," a new play by Chris Saglimbene featured in this year’s Stages Festival. A playwright, actor, vlogger, gamer, artist, and all-around talented guy, Saglimbene has cerebral palsy but, as he says, “it doesn’t have him.” Actors from Premiere Stages at Kean University join…
 
Today on Useless Drivel…..IT’S CHAOS!!! We have everyone back for the Useless Drivel-Verse. What’s lacking in audio quality is being made up by awesome quality! Join Tim, The David, Robert, The Girlfriend, and Wolfman Matt this week! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
Today, The David and Tim talk about The Switch, Grant Morrison and his rivals, David’s daughter’s love for Cheers, and military life. (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
After a long break….ROBERT IS BACK!!! Today we talk about drugs and how to get them. We also talk about The FP, Hollywood night life, and a taste Robert has never had. Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
Today, we talk about weddings we went to in high school. Dreams of not graduating, and the current video games we’ve been playing! Enjoy! (Read more...) Categories: UncategorizedBy @FreeRangeGamer & @RobMITC
 
The Alan Parsons Live Project plays Bergen Performing Arts Center on Friday, February 22. Rock icon Alan Parsons took a moment during his non-stop touring schedule to chat with us about getting his start working with The Beatles and Pink Floyd at Abbey Road Studios, the analog approach he took in producing his new album "The Secret," and finally wi…
 
Today we talk about gimmick band rivalries, getting sponsorships, how to tumitc_02-11-2019_UD218rn fans into bad fans, the DC App, Grey Poupon, and ask the question: WHAT ARE THE DARN KIDS LISTENING TO?! Here’s a list of the mentioned bands for … Continue reading → (Read more...) Categories: Uncategorized…
 
How to Measure the UniverseBrian Cox and Robin Ince are joined on stage by comedian Jo Brand, and physicists Prof Jo Dunkley and Dr Adam Masters to look at how we go about measuring our universe, from measuring the contents of atmospheres of planets and moons at the outer edges of our solar system to looking far back in time to study the very earli…
 
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