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Hidden Brain Reviews
The Nickalodian chanel
My butthole is red
It’s quick and fast info, which is great for most of us with short attention spans (me) buuut I do wish it was at least 30 minutes longer so they can explain a little more. I feel like I’m always like, “wait what about...”. As if there wasn’t a full conclusion. Guess this says a lot since I’ve admitted to having a short attention span.
This podcast is wonderful and enlightening. I really enjoy it and improves my perspective on social issues
This is my favourite podcast! Always so interesting and exciting to listen to
Definitely one of my favourite podcasts. I love all these stories and always learn so much.
It feels like they're mostly replaying old episodes with a minute of new intro, and you won't know until you play it. It'd be nice if I can see it in the title and I can skip it. Used to be one of my favourite shows. Now I've completely stopped listening.
There is no podcast that even compares to Hidden Brain. I’ve listened to every episode; I feel smarter, and I understand the world we live in so much better. The episodes are incredibly organized, start to finish. It’s not only a narrative, but provides data, research, interviews with professionals, and a conclusion. To me, it’s comforting to have scientific explanations for things I currently don’t understand. Each episode is enthralling and Shankar is the perfect host to keep you interested throughout. I find in daily conversations I am constantly referencing something I learned on Hidden Brain. LOVE IT!
Thank you for reposting Rap on Trial during these very hard times in our country. I fell in love with hidden brain when I listened to Rap on Trial about 2 years ago! It is hands down my favorite episode of you. This episode also made me a weekly listener of hidden brain! Thank you for all the hard work and the quality of content the hidden brain team puts out!
I have listened to podcasts since, well forever. Podcasts are my binge TV. HIDDEN BRAIN is seriously my fav.
All the episodes address very interesting topics, but no where multipotentialiste was mentioned! Would be great to know more about this subject matter.
I’ve listened to this podcast from the beginning and love it and the host. However, in the last year or so they’ve started rerunning a lot of episodes without noting that they’re reruns. I get part way in and realize I’ve heard it before. I also miss the early days of smaller bits of info from different guests, rather than the always in-depth, mostly one guest approach (which is fine sometimes). I miss stopwatch science with Dan Pink! Overall, always fascinating and well-put together. Really enjoy Shankar.
Hidden Brain is always interesting and thought provoking. Love the stories and hosts voice is absolutely the sexiest!
Thanks Shankar for hosting such a great podcast!
Words and coffee
Thanks Shankar for hosting such great show and for interviewing interesting and inspirational humans.
this just goes to show how fortunate we are to be living right now when technology can do this - deliver podcasts like this one, to niche audience, with great quality
Ozzy Osbourne listens to Chuck Norris.
Hidden Brain is a great podcast for tapping into why we do things the way we do. Shankar is a great interviewer, clearly researches his interviewees, and structures episodes well. Highly recommend.
The episode titles and descriptions sound utterly fascinating, however so often I’m disappointed by the ‘experts’ interviewed. Much of the information presented in each episode is common sense, or common knowledge, rather than interesting insights of the ‘hidden brain’. This podcast is at times frustratingly basic, only scratching the surface of potentially fascinating topics.
I always learn something. Shankir’s voice is nice to listen to. Nice that they interview various people. I wait for the next episode to be made each time.
I began listening to Hidden Brain in order to better utilise my hour-each-way commute. Once I began listening, I found I was unable to change podcasts. It is rare for me to become so enamoured with one show, as I tend to chop and change, however Shankar had developed a truly thought provoking show that has challenged me on many levels. The production is stunning and very clever. Highly, highly recommended.
Welsh Wizard in Oz
Consistently interesting topics and great presentation. I look forward to every new episode...
I really enjoy listening to this podcast.
The Hidden Brain podcast is one of my favourites. The topics covered are interesting, thought provoking & I tend to learn something new every episode. I particularly love the ‘unsung hero’ section at the end of each episode. What a wonderfully kind thing to do. I look forward to many more future episodes! GB
I really enjoy this podcast. The topics are really interesting and the host has a beautifully soothing voice. GB
The host’s delivery is measured and fair. GB
Sometimes it is better to lose and do the right thing than to win and do the wrong thing.