29.07.13 by Jeff

Radiolab / Behind The Scenes

Radiolab Behind The Scenes

I thoroughly enjoyed this peek behind the scenes of my favourite radio show, Radiolab. If you’ve never listened to it, I’m not sure we can be friends. Watch below!




Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Esme jarrell

    Pretty jealous of their lives! 9:04 is my favorite part ha

    • i’d love to see them live, the closest they came was seattle but i couldn’t get tickets

      • kirkir

        There’s still some left in Portland!

      • very tempting!

  • Thomas Witte

    I saw them live for “In the Dark” and got tickets for theOctober show in NYC, It was an amazing experience. There is something pretty cool about being in a room with that many Radiolab fans. They created a live experience that mirrored the work they put into the radio show perfectly. I love this Radiolab!

    • yea i can only imagine, i MUST get to a live show

  • Regie

    I did love radiolab until that episode about “Yellow Rain” where Krulwich breaks down the niece of a Hmong survivor and makes her cry, all to defend his political agenda which shouldn’t be a part of journalism anyway. What a delta bravo!


  • regie miller

    More details of Krulwich’s debacle-

  • dexdiv

    You know that feeling where you’ve heard someone for a long time but haven’t ever seen their face, then you match that face to their voice? Just happened. Brr.

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