OwlTail

Cover image of Michael Faraday

Michael Faraday Podcasts

Read more

13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Faraday. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Faraday, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Faraday. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Faraday, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

Episode artwork

Michael faraday autobiography

Play
Read more
قصة حياة مايكل فاراداي
Nov 14 2020 · 4mins
Episode artwork

Introductory Note: Michael Faraday

Play
Read more

Introductory note on Michael Faraday (Volume 30, Harvard Classics)

Nov 07 2020 · 3mins

Similar People

Robert Hooke

Johannes Kepler

Alan Turing

John Dalton

Louis Pasteur

Paul Dirac

Joseph Stalin

Giuseppe Garibaldi

Julius Caesar

Heinrich Himmler

Idi Amin

Fritz Haber

Gregor Mendel

Ada Lovelace

Grigori Rasputin

Episode artwork

The Force of Gravitation, by Michael Faraday

Play
Read more

Two sticks, a table, and a pail were the commonplace implements used by Michael Faraday to demonstrate great scientific truths. (Volume 30, Harvard Classics)

Faraday sends "Experimental Researches" to Royal Society, Nov. 6, 1845.

Nov 07 2020 · 15mins
Episode artwork

[Roa's Podcast] S2E3 - My Favorite Scientist: Michael Faraday

Play
Read more

The ability to connect to the world through video, audio, satellite started with Michael Faraday. The engine, the motor, the transformer are thanks to Michael Faraday. But, his extraordinary genius isn't even what makes him my favorite!

Whether you are interested in sciences or not, I believe that it's important for everyone to know a little bit about the man who found fundamental connections between electricity, magnetism, light and gravity. 

I want to tell you about his accomplishments, his genius and his admirable qualities, along with exactly what makes him my favorite scientist: the fact that he was a man of faith, his battle with mental illness and that he came from poverty to become the most celebrated scientist of his time.

I love picking favorites. Lucky for me, it's a great way of learning about people who made an impact on humankind and being inspired by their journey.

Don't forget to follow me on IG @roa_podcast

Enjoy!!

Oct 13 2020 · 27mins
Episode artwork

333 - Michael Faraday - The Father of Electricity

Play
Read more

What is the first name that comes to mind with the mention of electricity? Thomas Edison? Nikola Tesla? Perhaps even Benjamin Franklin. Yet Michael Faraday has every right to belong on that list, too, as it's impossible to imagine a world without his contributions to science.

From chemistry to electricity, from theoretical science to practical experiments that revolutionized the world, Faraday's contributions can't be overstated. And there's more to the story than just success; it's also a poignant tale of how anyone — regardless of their background, their education, or their upbringing — can make a real impact.

Aug 13 2020 · 20mins
Episode artwork

Michael Faraday

Play
Read more
Look I thoroughy like this scientist because of his humility and connection with his strokes. It is really touching. The way his wife Sarah stood by him was great. Again we are let down by the lack of scholarship here, and appauling ignorance about lines of force and how they are infact Junk science given life support by misguided teachers.

MP4 recordingMP3 recording

Your browser does not support the audio element.
Jun 15 2020 ·
Episode artwork

Unwinding Michael Faraday's life -3

Play
Read more
Michael has taken the pride of not insulting himself-the END
May 17 2020 · 10mins
Episode artwork

Unwinding Michael Faraday's life-2

Play
Read more
Humphrey Davy appointing Michael as his lab assistant and soon he is finding the real scientist in him.
May 16 2020 · 11mins
Episode artwork

Unwinding Michael Faraday's life.

Play
Read more
It will let you know the importance of self-respect via Michael's mom Margaret Haswell and passion via William Danes.
May 12 2020 · 7mins
Episode artwork

Cyanobacteria, Michael Faraday, and Insulin - 22/04/2018

Play
Read more

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Dr. Anna of Dr. Anna's Imaginarium and Holly Blunden of MostlyScience to celebrate science as we pass the anniversary of the March for Science. We share some of our favourite science stories and talk a little about our journey through STEM.

Subscribe: http://mostlyscience.com/

Wes Wilson @WesleyWilson Anna @XDr_AnnaX & https://annazakrisson.com/ & https://www.facebook.com/doctor.annas.imaginarium/  Holly https://www.facebook.com/mostlyscience

Book we mention:Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change

Bandwidth provided by BioLegend 

Apr 22 2018 · 1hr 12mins
Loading