In the Beginning, the gods created the Universe.
This has subsequently been acknowledged to have been a fundamental error in judgment, and it has not been repeated.
(Some of the more recent cosmological theories argue otherwise, but we're holding out for proof.)
The page that makes no sense actually does make sense.
When creating content for public radio and television, we must choose between the alternatives of, on the one hand, adhering to the normal practice of keeping everything conventional and tightly compartmentalized, and, on the other hand, exercising enough imagination, wit, whimsy, and occasional irreverence to make it more entertaining and to more closely resemble how real people function in the real world.
Too often, a public broadcasting program is constrained much too tightly. A news program is all news and no wisecracking. A comedy assiduously avoids any and all controversy. The characters in a drama never exhibit that occasional flash of humor characteristic of intelligent people functioning under stressful conditions.
Stuff and nonsense! And throw in some balderdash, as well!
Whimsy is the lubricant that makes life more endurable, and there's a place in public broadcasting for a carefully measured seasoning of imagination and once in a while peeing outside the box. For examples of what we mean, listen to the stories from Ninety Second Science.
If you find this page troubling, then, well, you may not greatly enjoy the content that we create. Too bad. You are missing one of life's pleasures: letting go just a wee bit for a moment.
By the way, that bit about the Universe was shamelessly stolen from Douglas Adams and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Oh, if the “...shamelessly stolen...” bit bothers you, please refer to any scholarly treatise on the doctrine of fair use.