Shark Week: The Podcast is Splashing into the Scene

Bring the magic of Shark Week to your ears with this brand-new podcast.

Shark Week: The Podcast launches July 18th on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you listen to podcasts.

And get your heart pumping for Shark Week, starting July 24 on Discovery and discovery+.

July 18, 2022

Sharks are some of the most famous and majestic apex predators on earth. And who better to share the real story about these often-misunderstood creatures than veteran shark expert and marine biologist Luke Tipple?

Luke is taking listeners on a deep dive to discover little-known shark facts to prep their knowledge for Shark Week.

During the big week, Luke welcomes guests and fellow Shark Week scientists to share their take on what really happens out at sea. Listeners will not only learn more about the science that inspires their favorite Shark Week shows, but they'll also get the inside scoop about the behind-the-scenes of Shark Week.

The fin-filled entertainment continues even after Shark Week with weekly episodes covering a wide range of the sharkiest current topics, from survivor stories to conservation work.

Listen to Shark Week: The Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon, and Stitcher.

Next Up

Shark Week: The Podcast – How Sharks Are Built to Hunt

Dive in with marine biologist and shark expert Luke Tipple as he shares amazing facts about sharks' super-hero senses and dispels common shark myths.

Shark Week: The Podcast – The Life and Life Cycle of Sharks

Dive in with marine biologist and shark expert Luke Tipple as he discusses the evolution and life cycle of a shark from mating and birthing.

Shark Week: The Podcast – Shark Morphology - The Body of a Shark

Marine biologist and shark expert Luke Tipple recounts a shark interaction with a 20-foot Great White shark as he deep dives on shark anatomy.

Shark Week: The Podcast - Eli Roth on Shark Killing Tournaments

Luke Tipple chats with Eli Roth, award-winning filmmaker and shark conservationist about shark killing tournaments in Florida and across the United States.

Shark Week: The Podcast – The Huge “Blob” Threatening Great White Sharks

Shark Girl Madison Stewart, star of Shark Week’s Jaws vs. The Blob, talks about the changing habits of and dangers to great white sharks.

Baby Sharks are in Hot Water

Climate change impacts everything. From rising ocean levels to record-breaking wildfires, we can see the changes occurring with our own eyes. One of the most resilient species of all time is the shark. Warming waters are challenging their ability to adapt, and one of the signs of the times is smaller baby sharks that are having a hard time surviving.

New Canadian Law is Great News for Mako Sharks

Canada has become the first North Atlantic country to put a longstanding recommendation from conservation scientists to protect Mako sharks into law.

No, This Weird Shark Species is Not a Spongebob Character

Is it a lumpy carpet? A steamrolled toad? A character from Spongebob Squarepants? Nope, it’s the tasseled wobbegong shark.

The Shark Atoll of Palmyra

Palmyra Atoll is an uninhabited coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean that is part of a massive oceanic conservation area known as Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. It's vital to the health of our world's oceans and it's filled with sharks.

New Walking Shark Species Discovered

A shark that walks, evolutionary conundrums, temperature changes, and tectonic shifts lead scientists to discover four new species of sharks.Watch Island of the Walking Sharks on Wednesday, July 27 at 8:00pm ET/PT on Discovery and stream it on discovery+.

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