Congratulations on your fine product
Chris Smith – Naked Scientists Podcast & the Nature Podcast, England – August 2006

I like this podcast very much. Succinct and informative. Check it out!
Diego – Australia October 2006

These podcasts are really entertaining and well put together.
Dennis – Australia November 2006

Love your work, brains matter. i look forward to continued interesting topics!
Donnasan – Melbourne, Australia – December, 2006

I really enjoy this podcast. It is very informative and interesting. I highly recommend it to all of the enquiring minds who just want to know about everything.
DEA – Canada

Fantastic a great listen, keep it up
Shane – Perth, Australia – January 2007

Thanks for your podcast. I listen weekly as a way to stay in touch with the fast-changing world of science as well as to update my general science knowledge.
Being 50 years old, I’ve been out of school for quite awhile, but have worked in a technical field. I’ve recently “retired” from the commercial world and am involved in K-12 education, focusing on science, math and technology. Also, my son is studying engineering and genetics so I read and listen to many offerings. Brains Matter is on the list.
Keep up the good work!
Mike Gelhausen – USA April 2007

OG I have to say that I enjoy the topics you cover and the interesting and intelligent dialogue you have with guests. Quality programs as yours are few and far between.
Looking forward to many more episodes
Steve Parfitt – Adelaide, South Australia April 2007

I came across your show by accident in iTunes. I like the format and casual nature of it. However, at the same time, it is very informative.
Ken Stanley, CSIRO – April 2007

The way you explain stuff makes it easy for even me to understand, with my year 9 education. Not only are you the ordinary guy, you are the MAN.
Jamie Mellon – Australia May 2007

Love your show, I have learnt heaps from it, it’s a great break from radio while I drive.
Deon Powter – Queensland, Australia May 2007

Great show! I am a recent subscriber via the Caffination podcast, and I’ve listened to a few episodes. You’ve got a great format that is quite original and interesting. I’m definitely putting it at the top of the list.
Joe – June 2007

I really enjoy this show, a good listen when I’m out for a walk.
jakaluma – June 2007

I love the podcast, you talk about some really complex subjects but you do it in such a way that it dosent sound boring or too complex to understand.
Thanks and keep up the great show.
Julia Meaden – Wales, UK – July 2007

You are doing good stuff! Keep it up!
John Lattanzio – Monash University July 2007

I just want to let you know what an awesome show you have. I found it on iTunes a few months ago and haven’t looked back since! Thank you.
Dan Jackson – Sydney, Australia August 2007

Brains Matter is a prime example of the appeal of podcasting. Here is a straightforawrd program, unfettered by hype, commercials or pandering to the lowest common denominator. Rather, Brains Matter unapologetically offers to feed the brain with interesting tidbits about the world in which we live. Even when addressing such difficult topics as astrophysics, the show is designed to educate and intrigue the layperson. That certainly describes me, as my background is in the liberal arts. I learn something new with every episode and every interview, and look forward to each one. Highly recommended.
KennySteven – USA – August 2007

I’ve been listening to Brains Matter for several months now and find it stimulating, interesting and educative. The host obviously has sound knowledge of science which allows him to interact with the guests to promote a lively and erudite discussion. I look forward to the download and sitting back and getting a good healthy dose of brain food. There is also a great variety of topics and guests each week. I highly recommend this site for anyone who is involved in science or is a pure novice like me. Everyone will get something worthwhile.
Apollo11 – Australia – August 2007

I do so enjoy this podcast, and have since the get-go, but the Pamela Gay episode was wonderful. This podcast really is the best that podcasting has to offer… just a curious guy with the desire to share his curiosity with the rest of us. And I really, really appreciate it. I hope more people can discover this (forgive my hyperbole) gem of a podcast.
Erin Z – Colorado, USA – November 2007

I cant recommend this podcast highly enough!
Chelseagirl19 – November 2007

One of those gems in podcasting, packed with content in a very short show. If you enjoy learning about cool, intelligent, and fun facts you NEED to tune in!
Derek Colanduno – Skepticality Podcast – USA – January 2008


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