Trailer: New Kids’ Podcast (by a Queer Mom) Explores Our Strange Natural World

Staci S. Wright

A new kids’ podcast series about the expectation-defying normal earth, by a Peabody Award-profitable science journalist who’s co-host of WNYC Studios’ Radiolab, co-founder of NPR’s Invisibilia, and also a queer mother? With stuff about different family structures? Yes! Pay attention to a trailer below.

Lulu Miller

Terrestrials,” a 6-component collection from WNYC’s Radiolab for Youngsters, explores Planet Earth and shows why its inhabitants are “stranger than we believe.” Radiolab co-host Lulu Miller created and will host the exhibit, which blends creative storytelling, first music, and scientific revelations. Every episode “will introduce you to a creature or earthly phenomenon that will defy your anticipations of how nature is supposed to perform,” and attribute entomologists, physicists, surfers, hip hop artists, and other experts. There is also a “Songbud” named Alan (indie punk musician Alan Goffinski) who generates authentic music for vital times.

On her Instagram webpage, Miller suggests, “Think of it as a mother nature stroll with your nerdy good friend who would like to cheer you up a little bit, sing at you even, make ya snicker.” She keeps the tone light and pleasurable, even though episodes also contact on individual human activities like grief, anxiety, disability, choice spouse and children structures, and how they are linked to our natural earth. A person episode in unique focuses on a trio of eagles who defy scientific expectations by means of their relatives construction. (I can’t say much more until the episode drops in a few months, except that I loved it.)

Miller, a queer mom of two, is “particularly enthusiastic about advancing what is in the environment of kids’ podcasting and instilling a curiosity in young children about the all-natural world at these kinds of a crucial time for the health of our earth,” in accordance to publicity resources.

New episodes drop Thursdays, starting tomorrow, September 22. If you are by now subscribed to the Radiolab for Young ones podcast, it will show up in your feed if not, go listed here to subscribe in your beloved podcasting application.

Here’s a trailer:

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