For over 100 years, Popular Science Magazine has had an unrivaled history of bringing readers the latest, cutting-edge innovations in science and technology. Popular Science Radio brings all the newest discoveries and emerging technologies to listeners each week. Presented in an interactive, entertaining and easy to understand forum, this is your ultimate source for what's new and what's next.

Broadcast weekly, live from Los Angeles, the show also hits the road to bring listeners the latest from technical and scientific events around the country. Whether your interests are cars, gadgets, science, technology, or DIY; you will learn something new from this energetic and entertaining program.

Popular Science Radio is hosted by award-winning broadcast veteran and Popular Science Magazine contributing editor, Alan Taylor, and features an enthralling mix of scientific experts, bold inventors, celebrity guests and the magazine's editors. Alan injects each topic with humor and his legendary quick-wit, uncovering and explaining the treasures found within the realms of the scientific and the technical.

Popular Science Magazine has been a leading source of science and technology news since its inception, way back in 1872. With a circulation of over 1.3 million and 6.7 million readers, the pages are filled with up-to-the-minute tech news, insightful commentary on new innovations and even the hottest Hollywood stories.