The Episodic Table Of Elements has officially made its television debut in the latest episode of SciTech Now on PBS! I appear in the first segment of the episode, which includes an interview with Hari Sreenivasan followed by an excerpt of Episode 1, Hydrogen, with some complementary visuals underneath. Plus, you can sneak a peek at what the show’s Periodic Table Of Episodes archive will look like once it’s completely filled with episodes!
I think this is just about as cool as rubidium, and I’m extremely grateful to the kind and hardworking people at SciTech Now and WNET/Thirteen. The show airs at different times on different stations, so check your local listings to tune in to future episodes, or stream them online.
Hello folks, just a quick update here to let you know I’m not planning on releasing a new episode on Monday, October 7, per the regular schedule. I’ve been pressed for time these past two weeks, so episode 47 will be posted at 6am on Monday, October 14, instead.
I hate delaying an episode, but I want to publish my best work as much as you deserve to hear something that hasn’t been rushed. When the episode is released, I hope you’ll agree that it was worth the wait.
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Hello, folks! Just a reminder that I am currently traveling and have limited access to the internet, so there’s no new episode today. Please tune in on Monday, April 22 to learn why bromine might make you cry.
Until then, it would mean the world to me if you would consider rating the show on iTunes (hit “View in iTunes” on that page) or Stitcher (scroll to the bottom), or linking to the show from your social media platform of choice.
As ever, I’m very grateful to have you as a listener.