Oh, and the show's worth listening to. I particularly liked the non-fiction part. Fascinating stuff.
There's one part where Jim Campanella mentions a study partly funded by a manufacturer of Bluetooth hardware. The study found that "regular users" of cellphones are 50 % more likely to get cancer. What's a regular user? "Once a week."
Not as dire as it sounds. Think about it. What sort of people are "regular users" of cellphones? People in First-world countries, like the US, like Japan, and so on. Is being a "regular user" the only characteristic they have in common?
The cover story is very edgy, but worth a listen.