Radiolab

Radiolab


Radiolab is a show about wonder, curiosity and big ideas. Hailed by critics as “best radio show,” Radiolab presents a potent elixir of science and philosophy, first-person storytelling and radio theatre, all woven together with the most innovative sound design to ever spill out of the radio. Hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich and produced by WNYC, the show is heard on more than 300 public radio stations around the country.

The Radiolab app is all about curiosity, too. More than just a companion to the broadcast, the app is an extension of the Radiolab experience and its spirit of exploration, possibility and play.

By downloading the Radiolab app, you can…

· Listen to every podcast of the show from the very beginning to the latest release.

· Make your own audio effects, text and photos based on specific requests from Jad and Robert and upload them via Soundcloud.

· Read blogs and updates from the show.

· Share podcasts via email, Facebook and Twitter.

· Receive push notifications of news, new episodes and Radiolab events.

· And Access all of the above through a truly unique user experience that’s not just about navigation, but exploration.

The Radiolab app was produced by WNYC, developed by PRX and designed by 1 Trick Pony.

Your purchase of the app will help fund the production of Radiolab. Enjoy!
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$2.99
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2.9
User ratings
571
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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About Radiolab
Radiolab is a show about wonder, curiosity and big ideas. Hailed by critics as “best radio show,” Radiolab presents a potent elixir of science and philosophy, first-person storytelling and radio theatre, all woven together with the most innovative sound design to ever spill out of the radio. Hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich and produced by WNYC, the show is heard on more than 300 public radio stations around the country.

The Radiolab app is all about curiosity, too. More than just a companion to the broadcast, the app is an extension of the Radiolab experience and its spirit of exploration, possibility and play.

By downloading the Radiolab app, you can…

· Listen to every podcast of the show from the very beginning to the latest release.

· Make your own audio effects, text and photos based on specific requests from Jad and Robert and upload them via Soundcloud.

· Read blogs and updates from the show.

· Share podcasts via email, Facebook and Twitter.

· Receive push notifications of news, new episodes and Radiolab events.

· And Access all of the above through a truly unique user experience that’s not just about navigation, but exploration.

The Radiolab app was produced by WNYC, developed by PRX and designed by 1 Trick Pony.

Your purchase of the app will help fund the production of Radiolab. Enjoy!

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A Google User
Sep 16, 2014
Good show horrible app No update on episodes for 2 years
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Well.... I hate saying this, I really do. I love the site and I like that they tried to do something different with the interface, but it just is so poorly executed. Half the times I use the app the buttons don't work. I'll click on a podcast to listen to or an article to read, and absolutely nothing registers. As much as I appreciate the attempt of creating a cool UI, I really wish they would just go to something more generic. I'm not going to the site for the UI, I'm going to the site for the fascinating content. Really regret buying this and hope they do something different in the future. I am totally willing to increase the score.
A Google User
Sep 8, 2014
Brilliant interface. Great radio show. This is one great app. Amazing content in a truly week designed wrapper. Wish the "This American Life" app was just like it.
A Google User
Sep 1, 2014
Great, with bugs and weak non modern UI The best content... But the UI needs to be modernized, and the app is buggy when streaming over Bluetooth
A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
I paid for the app. Have to force stop Really guys? You can't simply add an icon in the program to exit?