Playlist

Explore Your Curiosity

These shows help curious kids discover, answer questions, and occasionally get grossed out!

by Kids Listen

    Explore Your Curiosity

    Nov 15 2019

  • KiDNuZ / 11.14.2019

    Good morning and welcome to KidNuz. I’m Tori. Today is Thursday, November 14th, 2019 and we begin with…. … An incredible case of lost and found in a forest. A tiny, silvery creature with the head of a mouse and the body of a deer has been spotted for the first time in a generation. It’s called the silver-backed Chevrotain and is native to South Vietnam. Local villagers found the odd-looking animal first and convinced zookeepers to come out and see for themselves. And that they did, with cameras...more

  • Brains On! Science podcast for kids / Ask-A-Scientist: Bird Bonanza!

    In this special episode, we've asked two rock star ornithologists to answer a flock of listener questions about birds. Drew Lanham and Corina Newsome talk flying, feathers, eggs, poop and how we humans can help birds. Plus: we test their ears with the Mystery Sound and their obscure bird knowledge with a game called Real Birds or Just Words. And many, many thanks to The Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for providing the bird sounds you hear in this episode. This episode is ...more

  • Wow in the World / So Cute You Can't Even! - The Science Of Cute Aggression

    Do you have a face so cute that people want to pinch your cheeks? Does the sight of a baby piglet snuggling up to a newborn baby make you want to kick down a door and run away screaming? Have you ever uttered the words, "You're so cute I could EAT YOU UP!?" Well then you may suffer from a scientific phenomenon known as "Cute Aggression." And in this episode, Mindy and Guy Raz take you through a recent scientific study that explores what causes it, and why? It's the latest Who, What, When, Where,...more

  • But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids / How Do Meteorologists Predict The Weather?

    How do weather people predict the weather and know what's going to happen tomorrow? Why is a meteorologist called a meteorologist? We learn about weather forecasting with National Weather Service Meteorologist Jessica Neiles and NBC5 Chief Meteorologist Tom Messner.

  • Science is Fun E / 36 What the heck are chromosomes?

    Private and Skipper discuss what chromosomes are and why they are important.

  • Ear Snacks / Pajamas with Mindy Thomas! Dreams, Rest, Sleepovers and The Incredible Edible Bread Bed (TM)

    Our special coverage of Pajamas continues! We ask our friends Gavin, Zoey, Luke, Lucy, Alexander, Sara Chana, Temima, Miriam, and Yitzy Zev about getting good rest for your mind and body, bedtime routines and we sing a song about our favorite pajamas. Special guest Mindy Thomas from NPR's "Wow in the World" and SiriusXM Kids Place Live shares about sleepovers, her invention "The Incredible Edible Bread Bed," and how important it is to share your dreams.

  • Tumble Science Podcast for Kids / The Expedition of the Science Ship

    Ship ahoy! We’re taking you on an expedition at sea, to do science on a research ship! With the help of geochemist Jeanine Ash, we’re climbing on board the JOIDES Resolution, a one-of-a-kind vessel that travels the seven seas, exploring what lies beneath the seafloor. The ship is equipped to find clues to Earth’s history, geology, biology, and even… alien life. So get your sea legs (and ears) ready, and let’s chart a course for science. Hear more from on board the ship, and our interview with J...more

  • The Past and The Curious: A History Podcast for Kids and Families / Episode 36 Mechanical Monsters!

    Mary Shelley didn't just create one of the most memorable characters and important books in history, she also pretty-much invented science fiction. Heather Gotlib tells her original story on the author of Frankenstein. Have you ever heard about the chess playing robot that beat Napoleon in chess? The automaton shocked the world in many ways! written and told by Mick Sullivan All this and more!

  • Go With Nugget for Kids / Brazil for Kids: Explore Gems and Minerals, Rivers and Wildlife

    In this episode, we’re headed to a city called Belo Horizonte in Brazil. 🇧🇷 You’ll get to meet 12-year-old Theo, who will take us on an exciting tour of the unique wildlife of his home country. We’ll learn about adorable monkeys, scary piranhas, tropical birds and the largest rodent in the world. We’ll also learn about the impact humans have on some of these animals and what we can do to help protect them. Theo’s home state, Minas Gerais, is also known for its minerals and gems. So, if you lov...more

  • So Get Me: the Alphabet Rockers’ podcast for families making change! / Call to Action: THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT

    Young activists share their idea about making butterflies to symbolize the 15,000 children in detention centers in the US. What does it mean to be an activist? Kaia and Lily will tell you in this episode. Find out what inspired them and hear their interview with CultureStrike artist/activist Kat Evasco. Learn how your family can be involved in The Butterfly Effect: Migration is Beautiful movement at www.butterflyeffectmigration.org This episode features the song, “Until You’re Free” from the new...more

  • Short & Curly / Is it ever okay to be a cannibal?

    Molly, Carl and Matt become lost at sea, they've run out of food and they lack basic survival skills. So, would it be okay for them to eat each other if they get really really really hungry? Maybe don't listen to this episode while you're eating!

  • The Show About Science / 068: “Do House-Elves Clean Your Brain While You Sleep?” with Ken Paller

    "Do House-Elves Clean Your Brain While You Sleep?" That's the title of an exciting new article featured in Frontiers for Young Minds by Ken Paller. Ken is a professor at Northwestern University where he designs experiments that can provide insights into memory and our conscious experiences. On this episode, he visits The Show About Science Studios to talk about his article, cognitive neuroscience, memory, and how sleep affects our brains.

  • Surgery ABCs / Why do I feel sad sometimes?

    In this episode we talk about why we feel different emotions and why it's important to talk about those feelings. We also meet a doctor who can help us if we are having a hard time understanding different feelings.