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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.

Thursday, October 22nd

Thomas Frank, author of “What’s the Matter with Kansas” and more recently “The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism,” explains that populism — a term invented in Kansas — has been...

Tuesday, October 13th

For Jane Barnette, Halloween is a thrilling time of year.

Tuesday, October 6th

Margaret Kelley is interested in firearms, and why people own them. In this episode, the University of Kansas researcher tells our own Jon Niccum it’s not just the fear of violence or belief in...

Wednesday, September 23rd

When you’re racing to a hospital emergency room, you’re not thinking about all of the steps it took to make that ER available in a moment of need. But for the past two decades, our guest Frank...

Thursday, September 10th

Guest Steve Leonard, a retired senior U.S. Army strategist, is program director in organizational leadership at the University of Kansas School of Business.

Friday, August 7th

Recently, the United States Supreme Court deemed it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees for sexual orientation or transgender status.

Wednesday, July 8th

Bragging, complaining, criticizing. Donald Trump’s rhetoric is a drastic departure from that of past US presidents.

Friday, July 3rd

Many people underestimate just how much contact African-Americans and other communities of color have had with the criminal-justice system.

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...

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