NPR's 'Invisibilia' Returns to KSUT for a Second Season

Jun 14, 2016

The popular science program returns for seven episodes. The first explores the norms that determine most of our behavior. Hear it Sunday afternoons at 5 through the end of July.

The second season of NPR's science show Invisibilia airs Sunday afternoon at 5 on the KSUT Sunday Special.

Invisibilia is Latin for 'invisible things.' For the popular NPR science program, it's a springboard for exploring the unseen forces behind our behavior – ideas, beliefs, assumptions, and emotions.

Hosts Alix Spiegel, Lulu Miller, and Hanna Rosin are experienced journalists and producers who have worked with Radiolab, This American Life, and The Atlantic magazine.

The first season of Invisibilia debuted in January 2015, and focused on individual experience. The show has become a top podcast, and was nominated for a Peabody Award.

The second season of seven episodes looks at the connections between us and the world. Watch the Season 2 trailer for Invisibilia here.

Invisibilia will air Sunday afternoons at 5 (on the KSUT Sunday Special) through KSUT through July 31.