About.

Hello there. We’re Stevie and Brian, graduate students in physics* at Princeton University and hosts of These Vibes are too Cosmic (TVR2C), a radio show on WPRB. Find us on your FM dial at 103.3 or online at wprb.com.

TVR2C is a mix of music and science. In one show we’ll play punk, new wave, soul, blues, latin, africa, instrumental rock, …, and some science! Be it science facts that we compiled over the week or interviews with local researchers at Princeton (and visitors).

On this site we’ll post as many shows as possible, for as long as Mixcloud lets us, as well as interviews. Sometimes I’ll add visuals, links, and descriptions to the interviews, to give you more to go on. And please take part! Please let us know any questions you have on a topic in the comments, or for a more real time response:

  • email us at tvr2c.wprb@gmail.com,
  • visit us on our Facebook page,
  • tweet at us @tvr2cwprb,
  • during showtimes call in and chat with us at 609-258-1033.

That’s it – enjoy.

 

*Brian’s technically in the Plasma Physics program, but we don’t hold it against him.
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3 thoughts on “About.

  1. Last week was a great show. The more you guys talk about science, the better. Have you ever thought about skipping the music, and discussing science for the whole show? Physics is the queen of the sciences and you guys have so much information to share. And you two do it well. Thanks again and I look forward to tomorrow night’s show.
    Tom

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    1. Thanks so much, Tom. And thanks for listening! We like keeping the music portion both because we’re a part of WPRB, which is all about music you don’t generally hear on the radio, and to give our listeners a bit of a break. If you’re not in to the music, check out our podcast. It’s the interviews without the music. Again, thanks for listening in! -Stevie

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