Science Friday is your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science. We started as a radio show, created in 1991 by host and executive producer Ira Flatow. Since then, we’ve grown into much more: We produce award-winning digital videos and publish original web content covering everything from octopus camouflage to cooking on Mars. SciFri is brain fun, for curious people.
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About the Host
Veteran NPR science correspondent and award-winning TV journalist Ira Flatow is the host of the Science Friday radio show, a weekly call-in program that engages listeners and scientists in lively conversations about science.
Ira has discussed cutting-edge science stories on a range of programs, including the four-part PBS series Big Ideas. For six years Flatow was host and writer for the Emmy award-winning Newton’s Apple on PBS, and he has been a science reporter for CBS, Westinghouse, and CNBC. In his 35-year career, Ira has talked science on the Today Show, Charlie Rose, Merv Griffin, and Oprah. He’s also the author of numerous books, most recently, Present at the Future.