Podcasts

Busy in my home studio

I found that podcasting gives me another outlet for writing, but allows me to also be artistic in my choices of subjects.

Human Angle Podcast

This was my first podcast ever created and the longest so far. We’ve had over 40 episodes, covering scientists from Hedy Lamarr to Beatrix Potter. Human Angle focuses on the hidden lives of scientists, looking at their struggles and successes and what makes them human. Telling relatable human interest stories allow them to be more memorable, and break down barriers and stereotypes of what scientists look like. Listen now!

Steve Irwin Human Angle

Perhaps one of the most beloved animal scientists and conservationists on television, Steve Irwin inspired an entire generation. This podcast does its best to honor his legacy, discussing his impact on conversation, his journey to becoming the Crocodile Hunter, and his cultural image. After this episode, Human Angle is taking a break for the holidays, and won't return until January. See you in 2022!
  1. Steve Irwin
  2. Mary Agnes Chase
  3. Guglielmo Marconi
  4. Ellen Ochoa
  5. Leonardo da Vinci

Young Scientists Podcast

A podcast that highlights untold voices within science, the voices of young people. In this podcast I interview youth from around the world to discuss what it’s like to be a young person in science.

5. Hritika Young Scientists

This week I travel to California to interview Hritika, a 17-year-old, looking into how art and neuroscience have worked together. She's excited about her summer position at ASDRP researching Alzheimer's.   — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
  1. 5. Hritika
  2. 4. Hazal
  3. 3. Lucy
  4. 2. Michael
  5. 1. Celestine

From the Biblio-Files Podcast

This podcast is my newest work, which has been turning my blogcast into a podcast. It’s a science book club of sorts, as I interview science writers from around the world to speak of their work. However, this podcast features new interviews from popular science writers, such as Barbara J. King. Three episodes drop a month, so keep your ears open!

22. Matt Swayne From the Biblio-Files

Matt Swayne is an Adjunct Journalism professor at Penn State University and a Science Writer for the Penn State Institute for CyberScience. He si also a staff writer at The Quantum Daily, a news source that breaks down quantum science. Here Kenna talks with Matt about the secrets for writing about quantum science, as well as his own history in becoming a science writer. 
  1. 22. Matt Swayne
  2. 21. Brian Jones
  3. 20. Helen Scales
  4. 19. Juli Berwald
  5. 18. Dr. Wallace "J" Nichols

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