Categories Art Weekly Review Weekly Review: Radiolab Live in San Francisco Post author By Jay Post date March 30, 2011 6 Comments on Weekly Review: Radiolab Live in San Francisco Jay Sacher here with a new Meathaus feature. Every Wednesday, I’ll be donning my critic’s cape and serving up a review of something or other. Today it’s the live tour of WNYC’s Radiolab, which came through San Francisco a few days ago. Tags radiolab, San Francisco, Symmetry, The Brava Theater, WNYC ← Shaun Kessler Videos → Rx Bumble 6 replies on “Weekly Review: Radiolab Live in San Francisco” Love this! Great work. And I agree that, seemingly in more recent Radiolab episodes, the focus on keeping things cute and interesting can sometimes have a negative effect on the overall story. I’m the type who likes to work out patterns in and from everything, too, but sometimes things should just be appreciated for what they are. Not every great anecdote or phenomenon says or has to say something about the overall nature of our world. Thanks Heather! Radiolab usually balances that issue pretty well…it’s a tough one for sure. yeah, man. i dig radiolab a lot. it is such a fun and thought provoking show but i do agree with your little criticisms of it. got to take all that with some granules of sodium chloride. awesome post and drawings I agree–it’s a great show. It was a fun night for sure. I really enjoyed the recent episode about cats falling. you make it sound like a bummer, but i know it wasn’t So THAT’S what intermission looks like! Brilliant. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.