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SophieCo

Bright, straightforward, honest, respectful. Questions that stick. Answers that matter. Tune in for the interview show SophieCo with its charming host Sophie Shevardnadze and enjoy good talk. Solid facts, uncommon opinions, thoughtful observations. Every Monday and Friday on RT.

Jul 29, 2019 06:13

Intelligent aliens won’t be humanoids - astrophysicist

Based on the sheer number of stars in our galaxy alone, the odds that alien life exists out there are high. But how does that affect us here on Earth? We asked Professor Adam Frank, astronomer, physicist, and author.

Jul 26, 2019 07:22

Private military forces in small boutique ops is the future warfare – mercenary aviator

Private military contractors are becoming increasingly relied upon to wage wars across the globe. Who are these soldiers of fortune and what’s their role in solving conflicts? We asked Neill Ellis, a long-time private military contractor and former South African Air Force gunship ace.

Jul 22, 2019 07:07

Thousands die waiting for treatment to be tested and cleared by the FDA - biohacker

Some people wonder if genes determine your entire life, and others are willing to take things into their own hands. Can a top-notch tool for gene editing work miracles in the hands of enthusiasts? We asked Josiah Zayner – biohacker and head of the Odin startup that sells gene editing kits.

Jul 19, 2019 06:42

I almost killed myself on the Moon – Apollo 16 astronaut

Just a few of us have had the privilege of seeing Earth from above, and from the Moon, they say, it’s so small that you can hide it behind your finger. On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, we talk to legendary moonwalker and astronaut Charlie Duke.

Jul 15, 2019 06:27

Our pictures cannot stop war, but can make people think – war photographer

Sometimes, one click of the shutter is all it takes to tell a story – and the stories captured by the man we speak with on this edition of the show are those of agony and suffering. Fabio Bucciarelli, award-winning war photographer and photojournalist, told us what it’s like to look war in the eyes through the lens of a camera. 

Jul 12, 2019 07:01

‘I studied knife wounds by bringing meat home for dinner and stabbing it’ – forensic pathologist

Death is never pretty and in many cases leaves lots of questions behind. And this man’s job is getting answers. I talk to forensic pathologist Dr. Richard Shepherd who was engaged in the most high-profile investigations in recent decades, and author of the book ‘Unnatural Causes’.