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Introducing Origin Stories: The Leakey Foundation Podcast

Origin Stories is our new podcast about what it means to be human and the science behind what we know about ourselves. We’ll have interviews and stories from scientists about their research on a vast and fascinating range of topics. We’ll learn about the biology and the millions of years of evolution that shape the way we look and act today.

Our first full episode comes out in late April, and we’ll have monthly episodes after that.

When it’s released, you’ll be able to find it on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app. We’ll also post episodes here on our website. We hope you’ll listen, subscribe, and tell your friends!



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0 responses to “Introducing Origin Stories: The Leakey Foundation Podcast”

  1. Wendy Butler says:

    Is there a cost?

  2. Meredith Johnson says:

    Hi Wendy, There’s no cost at all.

  3. JCDG says:

    Dat can take a forever to explain.

  4. Beth says:

    Very exciting – looking forward to the first episode!

  5. Dr. Raymond Whitham says:

    It’s odd that the Leakey Foundation would choose the incorrect depiction of the evolutionary process as linear for their symbol instead of the true branched representation of evolution.

  6. Nick Pace says:

    It will be an interesting series and I plan to listen.

  7. denise says:

    How can I subscribe?

    • Meredith Johnson says:

      Hi Denise,
      You can subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, or any podcast app. Or you can listen here on our blog where we’ll post every episode. The links are now in the blog post above, since our iTunes and Stitcher feeds just went live!

      Hope you like the show!

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