Extreme Biology on the Radio!

By Ms Baker


Brandon, Erik, and I were interviewed live for a New Hampshire public radio program called “Word of Mouth” hosted by Virginia Prescott! We had an amazing time! You can listen to the entire broadcast on the NHPR website here.

More pictures of our experience are here.  Below is a video of us getting set up for the interview in the studio.  Please note that you won’t be able to hear what we’re hearing through our headphones! You can tell how incredibly nervous we all were. At the end of the set-up period Brandon and Erik have to answer the classic “what did you eat for breakfast” sound check. Hilarious!

4 Responses to “Extreme Biology Goes on the Radio!”

  1. Brandon Says:February 19th, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Goodness Gracious Brandon!!!!!! Why couldn’t you just say oatmeal!(you have to listen to the set up video to understand. :) ) I knew I shouldn’t have said what I really had. Life lesson: “Say only things you don’t mind published on world renowned blogs”!

    This was an incredible experience.

  2. Irradiatus Says:
    February 19th, 2009 at 11:10 pm

    Wow – just listened to your interviews.

    You. Guys. ROCK!

    Great job… I woulda been fumbling all over my words…

  3. Virginia Prescott Says:February 20th, 2009 at 10:40 am

    You might have been nervous, but you were fantastic guests! Miss Baker, you are an inspiration. I think you guys should post this to science and other education blogs all over and spread the word that Extreme Learning has a place in education’s future. Brandon & Erik, we could use good researchers like you in public radio.

    Thanks for being our guests on Word of Mouth!

  4. Miss Baker Says:
    February 21st, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Thank you Virginia Prescott! We had such an AMAZING time!

    NPR’s “Science Friday” has picked up on the NHPR interview and mentioned it on their Twitter website: http://twitter.com/scifri

    It also appears on their home page on the left side for awhile: www.sciencefriday.com

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