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1. Episode 102 - Sanden Totten

Episode 102 - Sanden Totten

Cara is joined by KPCC Science Reporter Sanden Totten to talk about science storytelling through an auditory medium. They also talk about the difference between journalism and reality TV, their personal identifications as skeptics, and his awesome podcast for kids, "Brains On!" Follow Sanden: @SandenTotten.

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2. KPCC's Sanden Totten explains California's earthquake early warning system

  • Published: 2014-08-24T23:36:58Z
  • By KPCC
KPCC's Sanden Totten explains California's earthquake early warning system

KPCC's Sanden Totten explains California's earthquake early warning system, which correctly predicted Sunday's quake in Napa 10 seconds before it struck. Read more: http://kp.cc/1ptKhak

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3. Sanden Totten Reporter Quiz

  • Published: 2014-11-05T17:10:10Z
  • By KPCC
Sanden Totten Reporter Quiz

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4. Lab Notes: Sanden Totten talks bass beats and mythical monsters — Jul 03, 2014

Lab Notes: Sanden Totten talks bass beats and mythical monsters — Jul 03, 2014

KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten. ; Credit: Having trouble finding the beat when you're on the dance floor? Wondering whether or not a mysterious patch of hair you found in the woods may be from Bigfoot? These are two topics covered in this edition of "Lab Notes". KPCC Science Reporter Sanden Totten joins Take Two to share a couple of quirky science news stories that can tell us a little more about the world around us.

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5. Episode 71 - Sanden Totten - How To Be a Grown-Up Punk

Episode 71 - Sanden Totten - How To Be a Grown-Up Punk

"Bill Nye" writer and radio host Sanden Totten teaches us how to be a JNCO-wearing punk, how to have Drucker as a boss, how to do a killer Ira Glass impression, how to be a "Game of Thrones" character, how to break into the sexy world of public radio, how to draw someone just from the sound of their voice, how to have fun in Bakersfield, California, how to rock out to a break-up song, and most importantly, how to deal with a dog that likes ska music. Then we play a game of "Punk Rock Grandma." What is that, you ask? We don't know! We just made it up!  

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6. Science Friday Live: From Fiction to Fact by Sanden Totten

Science Friday Live: From Fiction to Fact by Sanden Totten

Sometimes the sci-fi in TV and movies actually inspires new inventions, theories and technology. KPCC Science Reporter Sanden Totten explored the history of fiction becoming fact in a live radio story performed at Caltech's Beckman Auditorium on August 27th, 2014 as part of Science Friday Live.

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7. Sanden Totten

Sanden Totten

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8. Wow! It's Cats! The Catfomercial!

Wow! It's Cats! The Catfomercial!

From the people who brought you dogs, it's cats! A break through in pet technology!

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9. Pluto Flyby Celebration

Pluto Flyby Celebration

When NASA got word that its probe called New Horizons flew past Pluto safely, people celebrated. At KPCC's Crawford Family Forum, space fans young and old gathered to be there when the news broke. Here's a taste of what that moment was like. (Image via NASA)

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10. Extinction: The Movie (for Brains On!)

Extinction: The Movie (for Brains On!)

A trailer for the upcoming episode of Brains On! It's all about extinction. Find out more at brainson.org

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11. Swallows Call

Swallows Call

A cliff swallow mating call used at Mission San Juan Capistrano in hopes of luring back the birds to the area. Photo by Marlin Harms via Wikimedia Commons.

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12. Swedish Christmas: Jansson's Temptation

Swedish Christmas: Jansson's Temptation

My dad, Bo Hammarling (pictured here in a hat), teaches me how to make a traditional Swedish dish called Jansson's Frestelse or Jansson's Temptation. It's basically fish, dairy and potatoes. Yum. Enjoy!

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13. SciCommCamp Report

SciCommCamp Report

A few intrepid science communicators try their hand at making radio on short notice. Hear about what inspired them to go into science, what research excites them and catch an in depth interview with the man who made their lunch!

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14. TOTTEN VOCAL WARMUPS

  • Published: 2015-04-28T17:55:25Z
  • By jedskim
TOTTEN VOCAL WARMUPS

KPCC environment reporter Jed Kim records KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten's vocal warmups.

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15. TOTTEN VOCAL WARMUPS

  • Published: 2015-04-28T18:32:09Z
  • By jedskim
TOTTEN VOCAL WARMUPS

KPCC environment reporter Jed Kim asks KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten to share his vocal warmup secrets.

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16. An audio tribute to Robin Williams

  • Published: 2014-08-13T01:32:53Z
  • By KPCC
An audio tribute to Robin Williams

An audio tribute from KPCC's Sanden Totten to Robin Williams

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17. The great cat debate: Evil or misunderstood?

The great cat debate: Evil or misunderstood?

We're transporting you to the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul for a segment from a recent live show: Cats vs. Dogs. In this very important debate, producers Marc Sanchez and Sanden Totten try to get the bottom of our feline friends' mysterious behavior. Plus: The mystery sound! Featuring music from the Dino Birds.

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18. Cats: Glowing eyes, puffy tails and secret purrs (Encore)

Cats: Glowing eyes, puffy tails and secret purrs (Encore)

Why do cat eyes look the way they do? Can cats really see in the dark? And what are they trying to tell us with that purr (you know the one)? We've got the answers -- cat behavior expert Mikel Delgado help us decode cat quirks and producer Sanden Totten teaches us what's behind cats' glowing eyes. Plus: We learn about other cool powers that animal eyes have, that ours don't.

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19. How neuroscience is helping UC Riverside baseball — Mar 28, 2014

How neuroscience is helping UC Riverside baseball — Mar 28, 2014

UC Riverside center fielder Devyn Bolasky during batting practice. Bolasky trained with Ultimeyes during the 2013 season.; Credit: Sanden Totten / KPCC Now that baseball season is getting underway, teams are restarting the use of statistics to figure out their optimum match-ups. KPCC's Sanden Totten says there's a different approach at UC Riverside, where the baseball team is turning to neuroscience.    

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20. Cats: Glowing eyes, puffy tails and secret purrs

Cats: Glowing eyes, puffy tails and secret purrs

Why do cat eyes look the way they do? Can cats really see in the dark? And what are they trying to tell us with that purr (you know the one)? We've got the answers -- cat behavior expert Mikel Delgado helps us decode cat quirks and producer Sanden Totten teaches us what's behind cats' glowing eyes. Plus: We learn about other cool powers that animal eyes have, that ours don't.

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