Sounds Interesting is a show about all-things sound. -- The show's focus is on our relationship with sound, whether scientific, social, psychological, cultural, spiritual or just plain fanciful. Most of all, we'll be having fun exploring everything and anything that Sounds Interesting.
Shyloe and Peter learn to use sound baths to ease anxieties during the time of covid-19 quarantine with the help from yogi and sound bath instructor Michaela Bekenn.
From Beethoven to miracle tones and synthesizers to bass, Canadian media icon George “Strombo” Stroumboulopoulos offers Shyloe, Pete and the show’s listeners an intimate tour of his life’s soundscape and how he uses sound and music therapy to soothe concussion symptoms and so much more.
As Shyloe and Pete continue to explore our relationship with space sounds, they encounter the threat of aliens as they probe questions about balancing the quest for exploration and discovery with our moral duty to future generations.
This episode includes interviews with PhD Kathryn Denning, a professor of anthropology at York University, SETI researcher and space ethicist, Bryan Gaensler an astronomer at the Dunlap Institute for A...
Shyloe and Peter boldly go where no podcast has gone before, talking to astronauts, astronomers and cosmologist and examining NASA recordings as they search to understand sounds from galaxies far, far away as well as our solar system.
Hosts Shyloe and Pete as they investigate electronic voice phenomena (EVPs), and the sounds, stories, and science behind them.
Sounds Interesting is a show about all-things sound. The show's focus is on our relationship with sound, whether scientific, social, psychological, cultural, spiritual or just plain fanciful. Most of all, we'll be having fun exploring everything and anything that Sounds Interesting.
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This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.