Welcome to StarTalk All-Stars
Now in its second season, StarTalk All-Stars is our first spin-off space and science podcast and radio show, airing Tuesday nights at 7 pm ET.
It’s hosted by a revolving slate of all-star scientists and science educators led by Bill Nye the Science Guy and including Summer Ash, Dr. Helen Fisher, Dr. David Grinspoon, Dr. Janna Levin, Dr. Charles Liu, Dr. Amy Mainzer, Dr. Mike Massimino, Dr. Carolyn Porco, Dr. Emily L. Rice, Dr. Seth Shostak, and Dr. Natalie Starkey. They’re backed up by regular StarTalk comic co-hosts including Maeve Higgins, Leighann Lord, Eugene Mirman, and Chuck Nice.
Where to Listen to StarTalk All-Stars
StarTalk All-Stars is carried along with StarTalk Radio episodes on Sirius XM Insight Channel 121, as well as its own channels on iTunes Podcasts, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and TuneIn. You can also link directly to the All-Stars RSS feed here.
For an ad-free StarTalk All-Stars experience, or to watch video versions of the podcast online, or on Apple TV, Amazon, and Roku, subscribe to StarTalk All-Access.
What Is StarTalk All-Stars?
We’ll let our Co-Executive Producers, Helen Matsos and Neil deGrasse Tyson, tell you about the show:
“We want to get even more people talking about science, and so we’re broadening the franchise. More diversity in our hosting and guests – I think it’s safe to say there’s never been a science show hosted by this diverse a group of PhDs! In addition to the formats our fans have come to know, like our highly popular Cosmic Queries episode format where fans ask the questions via social media and then our hosts and guest scientists provide the answers, sight unseen, we’re going to be trying out some new approaches as well,” said Helen Matsos, who is also the CEO of Curved Light Productions, LLC which produces both podcasts and co-produces StarTalk on the National Geographic Channel.
“That we can spin off a second podcast blending science with humor and pop culture, is further evidence that science is trending,” added Neil deGrasse Tyson. “I looked around at my fellow scientists and science educators and saw an unplumbed pool of inspiring and enthusiastic talent standing ready to feed the growing, voracious hunger the public has for science.”