On this episode of Natural Reaction we ask the big philosophical questions, and then promptly pack them back in the box they came from. We actually talk about Nobel prizes, a Mars treaty and why you’re gay. After three weeks away we come back swinging. Listen to us every Monday at 4pm live on Jacradio.
Natural Reaction combines your weekly science news needs, with just the right amount of humour and rock and roll.
With a star-studded line-up including four science kids and occasionally actual scientists you know you are in safe hands.
Connor Ogilvie and Christopher Hart are first year students, with a love for physics and the galaxy. Izzy Ariff is a 3rd year SciJour student with a major in Biochemistry and a love of puns, and Jacinta Bowler is a fourth year SciJour student majoring in microbiology and genetics. She promises her mum she will graduate eventually.
Praise for the show includes such generous and short-sighted phrases as: “It is good”, “Try talking less”, and “You’re still a disappointment, Connor”.
Listen every Monday at 4pm, or check out the podcast.
On this Installment of Culture Cloud we delve into the goss surrounding the latest season of Game of Thrones. Then Shi explains the strange pop-cultural phenomenon that’s causing swollen lips worldwide. Finally, we also have a report on a local Pokemon tournament.
Unfortunately, this is Shi’s last show with us. We wish you the best on your travels!
Matt Gunawardana and Monty Quaife-Ryan from TEDxUQ came and had a chat with us about their upcoming event.
The event takes place on Saturday, 23 May 2015.
For those who aren’t attending the official event, make sure to pen TEDxUQ Greenroom into your weekend schedule. Come on down to Sir Llew Edwards Building, Terrace Room on the St Lucia campus to catch the action (and generous supplies of popcorn)!
The world of radio can be a taxing one, so this week Henry and Jimmy decided they would take it easy and relax with a good old game of Guess Who. Or so they thought. Witness radio history as the boys delve (perhaps a little too) deeply into the lives of the characters and, in turn, themselves.