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.
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.
How do we know what we know? The brain is an amazing product of evolutionary engineering, but many influences can play with our perceptions.
Expert-in-everything John Hodgman addresses a range of topics, from the possibility of alien or robot invasion, to what lobsters have in common with Star Trek’s Spock.
For our holiday show, Neil and his comedian co-hosts discuss the constellations of the winter sky, the star of Bethlehem, and the physics of Santa. Seth MacFarlane and other special guests call in to comment on the science of the season.
Jon Stewart is the first guest of the new season. He and Neil discuss the Daily Show book, Earth: A Visitor’s Guide to the Human Race.
What’s so funny about space and science? In our season finale, the cosmic and comic converge with comedian Joan Rivers.
Special guest Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central’s “Colbert Report” talks about the joys of being a science geek.