Produced by the Genetics Society, recognized as "one of the world's oldest 'learned societies,'" Genetics Unzipped is a wonderful resource for science podcast fans. Dr. Kat Arney hosts the show, and her skills as an award-winning science writer shine as she "unzips" complex genetics topics for listeners outside of the field. With three seasons (totaling more than 75 episodes and counting), the show has tackled everything from cancer cells (see the "Genetics Shambles 5: The evolution of cancer" episode) to creating comfortable research studies (see the "Nothing About Me Without Me" episode). Perhaps, in honor of International Women's Day earlier this week, readers will want to check out the March 2019 episode, "Not just the wife," which celebrates four incredible women scientists. Or, those eagerly awaiting St. Patrick's Day may enjoy the December 2019 episode, "The genomic history of Ireland," a short piece discussing geography and genomes with Dr. Lara Cassidy from Trinity College Dublin. A more recent episode, "100 not out?" offers tips on aging and health (spoiler: a toothbrush is perhaps the most underrated anti-aging product). Whatever episode listeners fancy can be found at the link above and on their preferred podcast platform.