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Here are some of the best podcasts, and our favourite episodes, for you to learn more about nuclear energy:

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The Top 9 Nuclear Energy Podcasts

#1 Decouple PodcastThere are technologies that decouple human well-being from its ecological impacts. There are politics that enable these technologies. Decouple interviews world experts to uncover hope in this time of planetary crisis.


#2 Titans of Nuclear: This podcast explores the personalities and technologies behind nuclear power, featuring interviews with experts, policymakers, and industry leaders.

#3 Nuclear Explained: This podcast analyses nuclear technology and how it impacts modern life. The podcast features experts and scientists worldwide discussing nuclear technology's safe, secure and peaceful uses.

#4 The Atomic Show: This podcast features in-depth discussions about nuclear energy and related topics, such as climate change and energy policy.

#5 The Energy Gang: While not solely focused on nuclear energy, this podcast covers a broad range of energy-related topics, including nuclear power and its role in the energy mix.

#6 World Nuclear News: Bringing you the news from the worldwide nuclear energy sector, interviews with key players and easy-to-follow guides to the nuclear essentials each month.


#7 The Eco Modernist Podcast: This podcast features conversations with experts on a wide range of environmental issues, including nuclear power and its role in mitigating climate change.


#8 Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story: Interviews with experts and stakeholders representing different aspects of these issues. The aim is to give the listener a clearer picture of Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story.

#9 Fusion Focused: The podcast aims to highlight inspiring experts within the Plasma Physics & Fusion Energy community, showcase the diverse careers available within the fusion field, talk with the guests about their scientific interests, and chat about why fusion is so cool!

The Top 7 Nuclear Energy Podcasts Episodes


#1 Titans of Nuclear, Episode 47 - Bill Magwood, Director-General of the Nuclear Energy Agency: This episode features an interview with Bill Magwood, an influential figure in nuclear energy policy and regulation, who discusses the current state of nuclear power and the challenges facing the industry.


#2 The Atomic Show, Episode 281 - Dr. David Gattie on Nuclear Energy and Climate Policy: In this episode, host Rod Adams speaks with Dr. David Gattie, an energy expert and professor at the University of Georgia, about the role of nuclear energy in addressing climate change.


#3 The Nuclear Energy Insider, Episode 21 - The Future of Nuclear Energy with Maria Korsnick: Maria Korsnick, the President and CEO of the Nuclear Energy Institute, discusses the future of nuclear energy in the United States and the challenges facing the industry in this episode of The Nuclear Energy Insider.


#4 The Energy Gang, Episode 276 - The Nuclear Energy Debate: This episode of The Energy Gang features a lively discussion among the hosts about the pros and cons of nuclear energy, including its safety, cost, and role in addressing climate change.


#5 The Thorium Energy Alliance, Episode 9 - Kirk Sorensen: In this episode, Kirk Sorensen, a prominent advocate for thorium as a nuclear fuel, explains the potential benefits of this alternative fuel source and the challenges that must be overcome to make it a viable option for power generation.


#6 The Nuclear Pod, Episode 28 - The Benefits and Risks of Nuclear Energy with Mark Nelson: In this episode, Mark Nelson, a nuclear engineer and energy policy expert, discusses the benefits and risks of nuclear energy and the challenges facing the industry.


#7 Titans of Nuclear, Episode 76 - Mark Nelson, Executive Director of Radiant Energy Fund: In this episode, Mark Nelson discusses his work with the Radiant Energy Fund, a non-profit organization focused on advancing nuclear energy technology and educating the public about its benefits. He also shares his insights on the future of nuclear power and its role in addressing climate change.

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