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Radiolab is a radio program broadcast on public radio stations in the United States, and a podcast available internationally, both produced by WNYC. Hosted by Jad Abumrad, Latif Nasser and Lulu Miller, each episode focuses on a topic of a scientific and philosophical nature, through stories, interviews, and thought experiments.
Radiolab’s broadcast edition airs as an hour-long program each week while the podcast edition releases new episodes of varying lengths on a roughly biweekly schedule. For a few years the Radiolab podcast feed featured a full-length, hour-long episode every six weeks (announced by the show's hosts as "Radiolab: The Podcast"), with two shorter pieces (known as "shorts") appearing in-between. Many of these shorter pieces would later be packaged into full-length episodes not released on the show's podcast feed, but available through Radiolab's website. In recent years, Radiolab has de-standardized its podcast format, with full-length episodes being compiled almost entirely from previously-released podcast shorts. The program airs in syndication to over 450 NPR affiliates around the country.
Radiolab's first nine seasons (February 2005–April 2011) comprised five episodes each. Subsequent seasons contained between nine and ten episodes. Season 15 began airing in January 2017. In 2018 the show's seasonal and episode format became obscured when online content moved from radiolab.org to wnycstudios.org.