Kari Byron

Kari Byron

television host and artist

Guest

Television host and artist, known for her featured role on the Discovery Channel show MythBusters and the Science Channel show Head Rush

Kari Byron on KCRW

Kari Byron was a fan favorite on the long-running Discovery Channel series MythBusters and continues to host programs on the Science Channel. In her Guest DJ set, we learn that she finds strength in Nina Simone, is a French pop aficionado, and turns to the Pixies for comfort when she’s lonely.

Kari Byron

Kari Byron was a fan favorite on the long-running Discovery Channel series MythBusters and continues to host programs on the Science Channel. In her Guest DJ set, we learn that she finds strength in Nina Simone, is a French pop aficionado, and turns to the Pixies for comfort when she’s lonely.

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