No one does the long form science interview like Science for the People does the long form science interview*. If you have time to listen to Science for the People, then you have time to complete the mere ten questions that make up the Science for the People Listener Survey (if you want, you can save time by skipping the credits where they say I am marginally useful).
Think of it as your civic obligation to keep great science programming coming at your earholes – like voting, except that here your opinion actually matters.
*Probabilistically speaking, this is quite likely to be literally true.
Can you name a “musisci” – a person involved in both music and science? This was a question I asked over seven hundred people in a survey, and the answer looked like this:
Without the top five answers, you can more clearly see some of the other ones:
As you can see, there are a lot of people who have both music and science in their life, and this includes about a third of survey respondents, as well.
For the full results of the survey, see my blog post on easternblot.net. I’m also starting a quarterly newsletter about the musician/scientist overlap. First issue will go out today (with more survey results, some music, and related links), and the next one in August. You can sign up here if you’d like to receive it.