Local science radio and podcast

Radio In Vivo is close enough to me that I can listen to it at home (but not when I am driving places around town ro to Raleigh):

Radio In Vivo: Your Link to the Triangle Science Community is a one-hour interview/call-in program, focusing on one scientific topic per week. Typically, but not exclusively, scientific activities and personalities local to the Research Triangle area of North Carolina are featured.
Ernie Hood, a freelance science writer based in Hillsborough, North Carolina, produces and hosts Radio In Vivo. Please click the “About Ernie” link to your left to learn more about Ernie’s services and experience.
Radio In Vivo airs each Wednesday from 11 AM-12 noon Eastern time on WCOM-FM 103.5, Carrboro’s low-power community radio station. Although WCOM’s air signal is only available within Carrboro and parts of Chapel Hill, the station does stream on the Web, so anyone anywhere with high-speed Internet service can listen via computer.
You are welcome to call in and participate in the live discussion at any time. Dial 919-929-9601 – your call will be put directly on the air as soon as possible.

Scroll down for podcasts of previous shows.
Hat-tip: Brian Russell

2 responses to “Local science radio and podcast

  1. You could download the podcast and put it on your portable player to listen in your car. 🙂

  2. I’d have to steal my son’s iPod for that. Perhaps I’ll get one of my own for my next birthday….