Your Guide To Good — And Bad — TV Forensics : Short Wave Raychelle Burks is a forensic chemist AND a big fan of murder mysteries. Today, we talk pop culture forensics with Raychelle and what signs to look for to know whether or not a tv crime show is getting the science right.

Follow Maddie on Twitter @maddie_sofia. Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.
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A Short Wave Guide To Good — And Bad — TV Forensics

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A Short Wave Guide To Good — And Bad — TV Forensics

A Short Wave Guide To Good — And Bad — TV Forensics

A Short Wave Guide To Good — And Bad — TV Forensics

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Raychelle Burks is a forensic chemist AND a big fan of murder mysteries. Today, we talk pop culture forensics with Raychelle and what signs to look for to know whether or not a tv crime show is getting the science right.

Follow Maddie on Twitter @maddie_sofia. Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Brit Hanson and edited by Viet Le.