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When Experts Attack!

Fighting misinformation, zapping half-truths, putting pseudoscience in a headlock, and setting the record straight — one podcast at a time. Each episode of “When Experts Attack!” is a conversation with a knowledgeable specialist in politics, science, art, business, society, health and more. Listeners get to know these experts’ stories, discover why they’re super credible and hear them answer the pivotal question: What does everybody get wrong about what you do? And then experts play a jam on the Theremin — just for kicks. Hosted by Brendan Lynch, “When Experts Attack!” is produced by the KU News Service and presented by Kansas Public Radio.

Tuesday, June 16th

Even though two of the last three U.S. presidents were elected without earning the popular vote, the Electoral College still remains the method used for picking our national leader. Guest Paul...

Thursday, April 23rd

 What are people getting wrong about coronavirus closing schools? Several things. You can’t just assume you can put a child in front of a computer and they will learn. Similarly, some students...

Monday, April 13th

We have another chat with Anthony Fehr, a molecular bioscientist who develops therapeutics to fight coronavirus.

Monday, April 6th

In the second part of our discussion with KU associate professor of psychology Stephen Ilardi, he advises how we can continue therapy remotely, maintain healthy relationships under quarantine and...

Monday, April 6th

In this episode, Stephen Ilardi, associate professor of psychology at the University of Kansas, discusses his six steps to beat depression without drugs and how we can apply them during the...

Thursday, April 2nd

People assume news should be free and that it’s not as important as hand sanitizer or toilet paper in the Coronavirus pandemic. In this episode, journalism professor Scott Reinardy argues paying...

Monday, March 30th

Sushi historian Eric Rath debunks the notion that sushi is raw or that it’s a good idea to dunk your sushi in a wasabi-soy slurry. This episode might revolutionize the way you approach Japanese...

Tuesday, March 24th

With social distancing being the mode du jour, many are relying on Facebook and other channels to keep in touch. Will that make us feel even more isolated?

Wednesday, March 18th

There are billions of dollars at stake — seriously. Data doyenne Xan Wedel is wading into her third U.S. Census. In this conversation, recorded as notices were going out to households across the...

Tuesday, March 3rd

The current health emergency is dubbed “the coronavirus,” but also "COVID-19" or the “SARS coronavirus 2.” What do we call it? How can we protect ourselves from it? And what is everybody getting...

Friday, February 28th

People often don’t realize that mass communications is much more than print and broadcast journalism or reporting the news. Understanding media messages can help young people cut through ads...

Friday, February 28th

Russian studies scholar and University of Kansas Associate Professor Ani Kokobobo discusses writing about Putin for The Washington Post, poetry as political revolution...

Friday, February 28th

In this episode of “When Experts Attack,” Bradley Lane talks transportation, why electric and autonomous vehicles aren’t necessarily going to take over the world and how a battle over light rail...

Friday, February 28th

The first thing most of us do on Google Earth is zoom in to see our house. Or maybe we use Street View to cruise down the block where we grew up. The first thing most of us do on Google Earth is...

Friday, February 28th

A Harvard Law School graduate and former litigator, Colin McRoberts became immersed in the wacky underground community of pseudolaw when he embarked on the 2016 Conspira-Sea Cruise. Sounds a bit...

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