This Week in Science regularly interviews notable scientists, technologists, and luminaries. Past interviewees include:
- Brian Greene, Columbia University physicist and author of The Elegant Universe
- William Gurstelle, mechanical engineer and author of Notes from the Technology Underground
- Jack Farmer, NASA astrobiologist
- Lisa Randall, Harvard theoretical physicist
- William Gibson, popular science fiction author and futurist
- Kim Stanley Robinson, author of the Mars Trilogy
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... debating skills, and so as not to be strong-armed, a unique assembly of well-known guests from various walks of life are featured as regulars on the show ... About a third of the guests are usually members (occasionally leaders) of major Japanese political parties, and the rest are usually a mix of famous tarento and prominent foreign ... While some of the regulars and guests are also strong debators, many (especially some of the tarento) do not tend to participate much in the heated talks ...
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Famous quotes containing the word guests:
“When her guests were awash with champagne and with gin,
She was recklessly sober, as sharp as a pin.
An abstemious man would reel at her look,
As she rolled a bright eye and praised his last book.”
—William Plomer (19031973)
“Few enjoy noisy overcrowded functions. But they are a gesture of goodwill on the part of host or hostess, and also on the part of guests who submit to them.”
—Fannie Hurst (18891968)
“One who does not welcome guests at home will meet very few hosts when he goes out.”