Only a few of the reasons behind Radiolab’s fairy dust; the dynamic, textural qualities of the human voice and the intimate act of co-authorship in the absence of image. The articulate mastery that Radiolab has over these mediums has really changed the way I experience radio and storytelling. It’s sort of interesting that their show is about curiosity and discovery; at first it seems like you’re diving into the theme and stories of the show, with the narrative choices as tools to help illustrate that content. But curiously enough…. my most delightful discoveries with Radiolab have come from the way they deliver these stories – that incredibly well-crafted, sensory and intimate experience of listening and imagining, together.