Donor Wall (291)
Kevin Pollard | A$10
Peter | £200
Norman Wheatley | £65
i just got a bonus so I'm giving more. Thanks so much for your most excellent work. Looking forward to more fun stuff next year :)
David | £25
Nigel | £100
Keep making the shows - I've been listening for over 15 years.
Steve | £15
Joyce | £200
Love the shows but I think it is time for a new intro -- tired of hearing you all laughing...
Steven | $36
Richard Ali | £100
Communicating complex information in a way that anyone can grasp is a priceless skill. And with your energy and enthusiasm never dims. Great job, keep shining a light.
Robert Volpe | £15
You are getting better however imperial units still creeping into your universal program. :)
Phil | £30
Thank you for all the excellent content you produce
Aaron Zuckerman | £15
Polly Wiltshire | $7
Shelley | $50
Thanks for a show that I have enjoyed for over a decade!
Keith | £25
David | $100
Been listening to you for far too long to not donate. Cheers!
Celene | $100
Thank you for the great work you do! Cheers from Tijuana, B.C. Mexico
Tribe 2 | A$181
Steven Sass | $80
Greetings! Have loved and followed your show for many years, keep it up!
bill | £50
Josh Gallagher | £5/M
James | £100
Another year, another donation, more amazing content. Thanks from the Kempers in Melbourne, Australia for your wonderful work!
Rachel Jones | A$10
Loving your month of movement. Keep up the good work and I'll keep listening.
Ranjit Thomas | £100
Danny | £15
I'm glad I discovered your podcasts, which are a great help in understanding the science around the pandemic, and and a good way to make use of my excess spare time.
Adam Trefonides | C$9/M
I only wish I had more to offer. I can never adequately repay you for helping me understand the universe. You do some of the most important work there is: effectively communicating the truth. And you do it with honest excitment and wonder and at at a level that makes all who listen not only feel smarter, but truely grow. I have a game I play when I listen: I count the number of times that, when one of your imterviewees spends a long time reciting a very well constructed and rehearsed description of their very complicated science thing, Dr Chris Smith summarizes what they've just said in a single sentence and they respond to him (after a small awed pause), "that's exactly right." One of the best things that could happen is that your show never stops.
I have listened to almost every podcast since the beginning. You are still my favorite podcast.