Robert Krulwich on Making Science Accessible

September 7, 2008

NPR's Robert Krulwich tells Anne Strainchamps that the secret to good science reporting is to start at the beginning and go slowly so people can understand it. He says he's the leader of the pack when it comes to not getting it, and we hear lots of examples of his work from NPR and from RADIOLAB. And he ends by saying that what he does sometimes gets him "crazy with happiness."