Sheyna Gifford spent a full year in a Mars simulation back in 2016. “It just teaches you to appreciate everything you have on this planet.”
In this chock-full-of-bassoons episode, we talk bassoon history, jam with a real bassoonist and call up ‘The Bassoon King’ Rainn Wilson.
Last month, Sullivan became the first human to both fly to space and reach the deepest part of the ocean. She talks to Nerdette about the trip and following your dreams.
Stay-at-home orders are loosening up but COVID-19 hasn’t gone away. So we spoke to Dr. Emily Landon about how to navigate this world.
With Audible editor Abby West and ‘Such a Fun Age’ author Kiley Reid, we look at what made Brit Bennett’s second book so great.
Nerdette talks with Emily Pilloton, author of ‘Girls Garage,’ about being your own repairman and putting power tools in the hands of girls.
Decluttering your physical space can help with your head space. We speak with Pooja Naik, who has made a business out of organizing.
You know what makes a really nice pick-me-up? House plants!
The novel now sits atop The New York Times bestseller list. Bennett told Nerdette it’s about “how we all become who we eventually become.”
It’s a question a lot of people are asking right now. So Nerdette spoke to the woman recently put in charge of “Conan O’Brien’s whiteness.”