Although many people debate about the use of animals in science and civilization, few argue as adamantly against their use than our guest, Ingrid Newkirk, co-founder and president of PETA.
See the Sun with new eyes as we discuss the many ways this ball of plasma illuminates our past, present and future.
Academy-award winning actor Morgan Freeman joins us for a light-hearted discussion of some of the deepest mysteries facing science today.
Holy Δx Δp ≥ ℏ/2 Batman! Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku joins us for another discussion of superheroes and the amazing physics behind their incredible powers.
Famous for her role as Star Trek’s Uhura, Nichelle Nichols discusses in part 2 of her interview how she also played a vital role in influencing the modern era of NASA.
Nichelle Nichols discusses her role as Star Trek’s Lt. Uhura, and the impact that had on her life and on society.
Suze Orman shares her street smarts about math, investing and the recent economic melt-down on our show about the science of finance.
Travel back to the future for a discussion of time travel and the movies that depict such excellent adventures.
Are you on our wavelength? Learn about the many ways the electromagnetic spectrum infiltrates our lives and illuminates the universe.
From Comedy Central’s World News Headquarters in New York, Neil sits down with Jon Stewart of The Daily Show to discuss the comic (and cosmic) connections between the worlds of science and politics.
Extreme weather events dominate the news — tornadoes, hurricanes, winter snowmageddons, floods. What is fantasy and what is reality in the cultural conversation about climate?
Faster than a speeding bullet? More powerful than a locomotive? Neil deGrasse Tyson and James Kakalios discuss the science behind the amazing powers of our favorite caped crusaders.