Sep 10, 2018
Richard Berks is a science communicator who works for a cancer charity and the owner of the Geekfather blog. Richard's blog is both a science and parenting blog and came about as he tried to use a science-based approach to answer some of the questions he had with regard to parenting. In this episode, Richard and I talk about his blog, and some of the articles he had written, his experiences with shared parental leave in the UK, and some of his views on science blogging.
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David Latchman is the host of this episode. He is a freelance
science communicator and owner of the Science vs. Hollywood blog
where he explores the intersection of science in television,
movies, and popular culture.
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