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It should not be all that surprising that when I asked our readers at Nerdist.com for their favorite Nerdist Podcasts of 2011, the episode getting the most mentions featured a real-life astrophysicist.
Thomas F. Wilson — call him Tom — is a comedian, a musician, and an artist.
Okay, this one might be familiar to you.
In honor of Chris Hardwick‘s latest Nerdist special, The Nerdist: Year in Review, which will air Saturday night, Christmas Eve, December 24th at 9/8c on BBC America, I, the editor of Nerdist.com, am here at Anglophenia …
As you may be aware, Chris Hardwick‘s latest Nerdist special, The Nerdist: Year in Review, will air Saturday night, Christmas Eve, December 24 at 9/8c on BBC America, and the good folks at the network have asked me, the editor of …
The final entry in our series of Five Nerdist Podcasts That Shook the World is a tough one to choose, but we’re going with the live podcast from July 23 of this year at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con with Doctor Who‘s Matt …
The fourth of Five Nerdist Podcasts That Shook the World was a real departure for the show: no guest.
The Nerdist Podcast on which Chris, Jonah, and Matt were joined by actor Rainn Wilson (The Office, Six Feet Under) is notable for several reasons, but it’s not on the list of Five Nerdist Podcasts That Shook the World for the …
As we continue counting down the days to the debut of The Nerdist TV show on BBC America on Saturday, September 24th at 10/9c, it’s time to pick the second Nerdist Podcast That Shook the World, another key moment in Nerdist …
With the debut of The Nerdist TV show on BBC America on Saturday, September 24th at 10/9c, we’re giving fans and newcomers alike a chance to hear or relive pivotal moments in Nerdist Podcast history, with an emphasis on five …