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Friday, December 5, 2014

Podcast of the Week - Science Friday

Throughout November, we shared podcasts whose core premise was ideas.
This December, we shall focus on Science, and hope to share four of the best science podcasts out there.

We have in the past highlighted science podcasts. In September, it was Dr Karl on Triple J and in October, the Nature podcast.
Today, we start off with Science Friday.

Science Friday is produced weekly by the Science Friday Initiative.
Listeners can call in on Friday between 2pm and 4pm, ET. You can listen to the program on NPR.

Favorite Episodes

You are when you eat

Chilling in Antarctica.

Where good ideas come from.

Secrets of the spleen.

Treating depression.

Podcast feeds

All past episodes are available on the Science Friday web site, to listen, comment on, and share on the web.
Subscribe to the RSS feed here. A similar feed is available on NPR.
The Science Friday podcast is available for download on iTunes.

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December is the beginning of the end of any year. You cannot begin to talk about Kenyan music without mentioning one of Kenya's most loved musicians - Eric Wainaina. He started his musical career in the early 90s with Five Alive, a gospel a capella that comprised Victor Seii, Bob Kioko, Chris Kamau, and David Mageria, who was replaced by Joe Kiragu. Eric is arguably best known for Kenya Only (Daima).

Back in the day when France Telcom acquired a 51% stake in Telkom Kenya and launched Orange GSM services, this was the theme song: