Curated byDon MacKinnon
117 CLIPS7 HR 45 MINS

How Sylvia Beach met James Joyce and came.to publish Ulysses

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How Sylvia Beach met James Joyce and came.to publish Ulysses

Frank Delaney's Re: Joyce

7 MINS

Rachel Maddow on getting her first job in radio

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Rachel Maddow on getting her first job in radio

Employee of the Month

23 MINS

Jon Stewart gets fired from his first job, by his brother

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Jon Stewart gets fired from his first job, by his brother

Employee of the Month

2 MINS

Rita Sodi weighs her coffee and sugar to get just the right proportion

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Rita Sodi weighs her coffee and sugar to get just the right proportion

Dinner SOS by Bon Appétit

1 MIN

Andy Roddick talks about the famous volley he missed against Federer in the 2009 Wimbledon final.

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Andy Roddick talks about the famous volley he missed against Federer in the 2009 Wimbledon final.

The Rennae Stubbs Tennis Podcast

4 MINS

Samin Nosrat shares the story of her first restaurant job.

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Samin Nosrat shares the story of her first restaurant job.

Longform

9 MINS

How the mother tree takes care of her children

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How the mother tree takes care of her children

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

3 MINS

Pride is a riot

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Pride is a riot

The New Yorker Radio Hour

1 MIN

Paul McCartney talks to Alan Alda about writing “She’s Leaving Home.”

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Paul McCartney talks to Alan Alda about writing “She’s Leaving Home.”

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

2 MINS

Gandhi gets the Spanish flu in India in 1918

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Gandhi gets the Spanish flu in India in 1918

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

3 MINS

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt on the profound difference between seeing China as a competitor and an adversary

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Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt on the profound difference between seeing China as a competitor and an adversary

Radical Talks

2 MINS

Slavery, consciousness, oppression, and hope

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Slavery, consciousness, oppression, and hope

The John Batchelor Show

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Louise Gluck, winner of the Nobel Prize for Poetry, on a breakthrough

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Louise Gluck, winner of the Nobel Prize for Poetry, on a breakthrough

What It Takes

3 MINS

Will Roger Federer play at the Laver Cup?

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Will Roger Federer play at the Laver Cup?

The Tennis Podcast

1 MIN

How Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman Overcame Her Speech Impediment

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In 2017, Amanda Gorman joined the Oberon Theatre in Cambridge, MA to tell us a story about being different.
How Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman Overcame Her Speech Impediment

The Story Collider

5 MINS

Julia and Joel Look Back on 70 Years of Love

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Julia and Joel Helfman have been married for 70 years. Here's their love story.
Julia and Joel Look Back on 70 Years of Love

StoryCorps

2 MINS

Tom Hanks Drops Typewriter Knowledge

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Tom Hanks is obsessed with typewriters. He owns more than a hundred! He shares the mysteries and unexpected gems hidden inside these obsolete but iconic machines.
Tom Hanks Drops Typewriter Knowledge

Nerdette

3 MINS

Muhammad Ali's Genius With Words

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Boxing star Muhammad Ali was also a pioneer of...hip-hop. Nas has presented a documentary about the boxer and told of his favorite of Ali's rhymes.
Muhammad Ali's Genius With Words

The Fight Of The Century - Ali v Frazier

3 MINS

"Lift Every Voice and Sing"

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When Imani Perry asked her son to sing "Lift Every Voice and Sing" during a family gathering, it led to a powerful moment.
"Lift Every Voice and Sing"

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

4 MINS

What Paul Rudd Knows About Ants

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When Paul Rudd was offered the role of Ant Man, learned as much as he could about ants and shares his extensive knowledge here.
What Paul Rudd Knows About Ants

Don't Ask Tig

2 MINS

The Stranger Who Donated Her Kidney

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What is the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you? Kim Pratt shares the story of receiving a kidney transplant from a stranger.
The Stranger Who Donated Her Kidney

StoryCorps

5 MINS

Lin-Manuel Miranda's Obsession with “Under Pressure”

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Conan O’Brien share their love for the song “Under Pressure” by David Bowie and Freddie Mercury.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Obsession with “Under Pressure”

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

3 MINS

Jon Stewart Gets Fired from His First Job, by His Brother

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Jon Stewart on the stunt that got him canned from his job at Woolworths, on the Employee of the Month podcast.
Jon Stewart Gets Fired from His First Job, by His Brother

Employee of the Month

2 MINS

Robot Honey Bees and Interspecies Communication

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Karen Bakker, author of the new book, The Sounds of Life, talks to Alan Alda about breakthroughs in our understanding of the degree to which plants, animals and insects are communicating - and how AI is enabling interspecies communication.
Robot Honey Bees and Interspecies Communication

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

3 MINS

Julia and Joel Look Back on 70 Years of Love

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Julia and Joel Helfman have been married for 70 years. Here's their love story.
Julia and Joel Look Back on 70 Years of Love

StoryCorps

2 MINS
FEB 28

Bus Driver's Act of Kindness

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Ronald Ruiz, a bus driver in the Bronx, goes above and beyond for one of his passengers.
Bus Driver's Act of Kindness

StoryCorps

1 MIN
FEB 20

"Lift Every Voice and Sing"

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Imani Perry’s young son sings "Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
"Lift Every Voice and Sing"

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

4 MINS
FEB 23

Divers Save Humpback Whale

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A humpback whale thanks a group of divers who have rescued her.
Divers Save Humpback Whale

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

5 MINS
MAR 6

The Life-Changing Candy Bar

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An engineering student in India learns the joy of sharing after his first experience with a popular American chocolate confection. From The Moth.
The Life-Changing Candy Bar

The Moth

5 MINS
MAR 13

A sudden savant

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Derek Amatohe didn’t play piano. But after a head injury, he sat down at a piano and his fingers flew across the keys. He had become a musical genius.
A sudden savant

Snap Judgment

4 MINS

Counting down the tides

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An archaeologist confronts climate change in a microcosm in her work on a small island off the coast of Georgia.
Counting down the tides

The Moth

6 MINS

Bruce Springsteen explained fame to his kids by saying he was like Barney

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Bruce Springsteen explained his fame to his kids by saying he was like Barney the pink dinosaur.
Bruce Springsteen explained fame to his kids by saying he was like Barney

The New Yorker Radio Hour

3 MINS

The Ultimate Tiger Mom

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Susan Orlean reads from her essay "The Queen of the Tigers" about Collarwali, a great and prolific tiger mother. From The New Yorker Radio Hour.
The Ultimate Tiger Mom

The New Yorker Radio Hour

3 MINS

How Parenting Advice Has Changed!

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The hosts of The Retrospectors take a look at how groundbreaking the best-selling book by Dr. Spock was, especially in contrast to the parenting advice that had come before.
How Parenting Advice Has Changed!

Today In History with The Retrospectors

2 MINS
JUN 24

Think Beyond the Bucket List

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Author Terri Trespicio shares the power of thinking beyond plans and expectations and doing more – now.
Think Beyond the Bucket List

The Well+Good Podcast

2 MINS
JUN 21

Origin of the Bucket List

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Everyone knows what a bucket list is, but the phrase was only coined sixteen years ago. Here’s the history.
Origin of the Bucket List

Endless Thread

3 MINS

Notes from Dad

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When Chris moved his family to Louisiana, his daughter was anxious about starting a new school. So he put a note in her bag. Then another, and another.
Notes from Dad

The Daily Smile

4 MINS

Being a Stay-at-Home Dad

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Being a Stay-at-Home Dad

How to Be a Better Human

4 MINS
JUN 16

“What Should I Do Less Of?”

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Ask your partner this question to nurture your relationship.
“What Should I Do Less Of?”

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

2 MINS

Oprah talks to the author

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Oprah has a favorite new book! Each week she’ll bring you a moment from her new podcast series with the book’s author Abraham Verghese. From Oprah’s Super Soul.
Oprah talks to the author

Oprah's Super Soul

55 SECS

Lynn Williams on Diversity in Soccer

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When soccer sensation USNT member Lynn Williams was just getting into sports as a teenager, she did track first, and found “everyone looked like me.” When she got into soccer, it was a different story.
Lynn Williams on Diversity in Soccer

Voice In Sport

3 MINS

“It Takes a Lot of Courage to Fail”

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Madison Hammond, the first indigenous and African American player in the National Women's soccer league, shares advice she would give to young women.
“It Takes a Lot of Courage to Fail”

Voice In Sport

1 MIN

Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the Measurable Toxicity of Loneliness

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Heather Reisman on the measurable toxicity of loneliness.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the Measurable Toxicity of Loneliness

Well Said

2 MINS

Imagining a love note from your great love in the future

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Imagining a love note from your great love in the future

The Shadows

2 MINS

White environmentalism and Black climate grief

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White environmentalism and Black climate grief

A Matter of Degrees

3 MINS

Vince on where the off-season signings leave the salary cap

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Vince on where the off-season signings leave the salary cap

New Ice City: A Podcast About The New York Rangers

4 MINS

Finding Ben's Grandma

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David Cole received somebody else’s Christmas gifts. He tells the story of the incredible lengths that he and his wife went to get the presents to the right place.
Finding Ben's Grandma

The Moth

5 MINS

Gratitude diaries test

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Gratitude diaries test

The Gratitude Diaries

33 SECS

Spike Lee talks about directing Chadwick Boseman in his 2nd to final film

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Spike Lee talks to Sam Sanders about directing Chadwick Boseman in his 2nd to final film
Spike Lee talks about directing Chadwick Boseman in his 2nd to final film

Fresh Air

3 MINS

Author Robert Jones Jr. on the influence of Toni Morrison

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Author Robert Jones Jr. on the influence of Toni Morrison

Well Said

1 MIN

The best tapas bars of Barcelona’s Poble Sec neighborhood

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The best tapas bars of Barcelona’s Poble Sec neighborhood

Monocle 24: The Menu

4 MINS

The story of Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece: La Sagrada Familia

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The story of Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece: La Sagrada Familia

99% Invisible

2 MINS

Robert Jones Jr. on how finding shackles in the street led to his novel

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Robert Jones Jr. on how finding shackles in the street led to his novel

Well Said

4 MINS

About adapting buildings to the times

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About adapting buildings to the times

99% Invisible

2 MINS

Richard Feynman Asks for a Glass of Ice Water

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After reluctantly accepting a position on the commission investigating the Challenger explosion, Feynman spoke truth to power via a simple demonstration in a hearing that was perfectly on brand. The perfect opening aria for this masterful series.
Richard Feynman Asks for a Glass of Ice Water

Freakonomics Radio

5 MINS

Rhiannon Giddens and Ken Burns on the African-American origins of country

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Rhiannon Giddens and Ken Burns on the African-American origins of country

Points South

4 MINS

How Newton, hiding from a pandemic, figured out the moon, & everything else

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This moment from a classic episode of Radiolab, is Jad and Robert at their very best - explaining a complex idea simply. In this case: how Newton solved the “Moon Problem.”
How Newton, hiding from a pandemic, figured out the moon, & everything else

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

5 MINS

Alt. Colette Pichon-Battle

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Colette Pichon-Battle is the Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy. She's working with local communities to build climate resilience. From The Opt-In.
Alt. Colette Pichon-Battle

The Opt-In

6 MINS

Alt. Colette Pichon-Battle: Community Resilience After Katrina

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Colette Pichon-Battle is the Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy. On The Opt-In, She speaks about institutional racism and community resilience after Katrina.
Alt. Colette Pichon-Battle: Community Resilience After Katrina

The Opt-In

5 MINS

Colette Pichon-Battle: Environmental Racism and Katrina

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Colette Pichon-Battle is the Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy. She speaks to the importance of working with local communities to build climate resilience. From How to Save a Planet.
Colette Pichon-Battle: Environmental Racism and Katrina

How to Save a Planet

7 MINS

How Newton, hiding from a pandemic, figured out gravitation and the moon

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How Newton, hiding from a pandemic, figured out gravitation and the moon

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

5 MINS

Rita Sodi weighs her coffee and sugar to get just the right proportion

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Rita Sodi weighs her coffee and sugar to get just the right proportion

Dinner SOS by Bon Appétit

1 MIN

Colette Pichon-Battle on Katrina and Climate Migration

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Colette Pichon-Battle is the Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy. She works with local communities to help build climate resilience. From TED Radio Hour.
Colette Pichon-Battle on Katrina and Climate Migration

TED Radio Hour

7 MINS

Jamie Margolin: Using Stories to Build a Climate Movement

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Jamie Margolin is a climate justice activist, and the co-founder of Zero Hour, the global youth-led climate justice organization. From Mothers of Invention.
Jamie Margolin: Using Stories to Build a Climate Movement

Mothers of Invention

5 MINS

Dr. Vandana Shiva: Practicing Nonviolent Agriculture

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Dr. Vandana Shiva is an Indian food sovereignty and environmental activist, author of "Oneness vs. the 1%." She talks through the intersections between social and environmental justice, and our food system. From the podcast, Amplify.
Dr. Vandana Shiva: Practicing Nonviolent Agriculture

Amplify

4 MINS

Teresa Coady Is Designing Architecture for Life – Not Machines

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How are we and our earth impacted by our buildings? Sustainable architect Teresa Coady is thinking about human wellbeing through an environmental lens. From the podcast, Green Dreamer.
Teresa Coady Is Designing Architecture for Life – Not Machines

Green Dreamer: Seeding change towards collective healing, sustainability, regeneration

4 MINS

Hindou Oumaru Ibrahim: Power for Indigenous Communities

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"We are the victims, but we are also the solution." Hindou Oumaru Ibrahim is a climate activist from the Indigenous Mbororo community in Chad. She speaks on Vital Voices about how climate change disproportionately affects marginalized communities.
Hindou Oumaru Ibrahim: Power for Indigenous Communities

Vital Voices Podcast

6 MINS

Daiara Tukano: Colonialism and Climate

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Daiara Tukano is an Indigenous leader from the Northern Amazon Upper Rio Negro region. From Mothers of Invention.
Daiara Tukano: Colonialism and Climate

Mothers of Invention

4 MINS

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Eye On College Basketball

1 MIN

Use Water More

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Farmer Rishi on why we shouldn’t try to reduce our water consumption but increase the use we give to water to effect a true environmental change. From the Green Dreamer podcast.
Use Water More

Green Dreamer: Seeding change towards collective healing, sustainability, regeneration

4 MINS

Buy Less Clothes

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Don’t underestimate the power of your purse. Writer Dana Thomas explains the environmental problem with the fast fashion industry and how the best way to fight it is to stop over consuming clothes. From the Monocle On Design podcast.
Buy Less Clothes

Monocle 24: Monocle on Design

1 MIN

“Regresa” by Buscabulla

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Puerto Rican music duo, Buscabulla, talk to Roberto Lange, aka Helado Negro, about the social, spiritual and cultural relevance behind the release of their debut album “Regresa” during the Covid-19 pandemic. From the Talkhouse podcast.
“Regresa” by Buscabulla

Talkhouse Podcast

3 MINS

My approach to investors at Hear and Milq

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My approach to investors at Hear and Milq

Masters of Scale

3 MINS

Tom Freston Gets David Bowie to Say “I Want My MTV” and Ends Up In a Sauna

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Tom Freston Gets David Bowie to Say “I Want My MTV” and Ends Up In a Sauna

The Bob Lefsetz Podcast

2 MINS

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Masters of Scale

31 MINS

An Ornery Farmer on the Meaning of the Organic Label

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Hark editor Anna Oakes talks to visionary farmers who are rejecting (eclipsing?) the term organic.
An Ornery Farmer on the Meaning of the Organic Label

Meat and Three

5 MINS

Why human curation is crucial in solving podcast discovery.

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Why human curation is crucial in solving podcast discovery.

Podland News

10 MINS

James Cridland on Hark

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James Cridland on Hark

AppleInsider Podcast

1 MIN

Laurie Anderson interrupts Lizzie Goodman to ask her about her manicure.

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Laurie Anderson interrupts Lizzie Goodman to ask her about her manicure.

Difficult Artist

2 MINS

Yo-Yo Ma is Perfect Every Time

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Yo-Yo Ma is Perfect Every Time

The West Wing Weekly

24 SECS

What Jon Stewart would say to Jeff Bezos

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What Jon Stewart would say to Jeff Bezos

The New Yorker Radio Hour

42 SECS

Jon Stewart on Cancel Culture

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Jon Stewart on Cancel Culture

The New Yorker Radio Hour

2 MINS

Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

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Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

The Paris Review

2 MINS

David Chase Reveals Whether Tony Died in the Final Episode of the Sopranos

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David Chase Reveals Whether Tony Died in the Final Episode of the Sopranos

Awards Chatter

3 MINS

Paul Auster on the Enduring Relevance of Stephen Crane

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Paul Auster on the Enduring Relevance of Stephen Crane

The latest episodes from On the Media

2 MINS

Awesome

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Awesome

Song Exploder

1 MIN

Woody Guthrie Started as a Sign Painter

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Woody Guthrie Started as a Sign Painter

The Road to Now

3 MINS

Annette Gordon-Reed on Learning About the “Heroes” of the Alamo

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Annette Gordon-Reed on Learning About the “Heroes” of the Alamo

The Road to Now

4 MINS

Annette Gordon-Reed on Learning About the “Heroes” of the Alamo

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Annette Gordon-Reed on Learning About the “Heroes” of the Alamo

The Road to Now

4 MINS

Paul Simon on Writing "The Boxer"

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Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam interviewed Paul Simon for over nine hours for their new audiobook, Miracle and Wonder. Here, Simon describes how he wrote his iconic song, "The Boxer."
Paul Simon on Writing "The Boxer"

Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond

3 MINS

Paul Simon on Writing "The Boxer"

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Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam interviewed Paul Simon for over nine hours for their new audiobook, Miracle and Wonder. Here, Simon describes how he wrote his iconic song, "The Boxer."
Paul Simon on Writing "The Boxer"

Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond

3 MINS

"Back When I Was Older"

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Hanna Rosin tells the story of Van, a four-year-old who starting telling stories about memories that couldn't have been his own.
"Back When I Was Older"

Invisibilia

3 MINS

Bono's Emotional Letter to a Fan

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On 'Soul Music,' a widow recalls how Bono sent her husband a letter before her husband died of brain cancer.
Bono's Emotional Letter to a Fan

Soul Music

4 MINS

A Tour of the First Recorded Sounds

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Thanks to the Music Modernization Act, tens of thousands of recordings made before 1923 will enter the public domain for the very first time on January 1, 2022. Hear the very first audio recordings from the collection.
A Tour of the First Recorded Sounds

Radio Diaries

3 MINS

When Bob Dylan Turned The Beatles On To Pot

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When Bob Dylan Turned The Beatles On To Pot

Paul McCartney: Inside the Songs

2 MINS

Marlee Matlin Pranks West Wing Weekly Hosts Josh Malina & Hrishikesh Hirway

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When you invite a guest on to your podcast, you don't expect them to prank you before the recording even starts. But West Wing star Marlee Matlin and her translator did exactly that when they appeared on West Wing Weekly. Here's what happened.
Marlee Matlin Pranks West Wing Weekly Hosts Josh Malina & Hrishikesh Hirway

The West Wing Weekly

3 MINS

Don MacKinnon on the Inspiration for Hark

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Hark Founder Don McKinnon talks about why he started Hark, and how he hopes it will help solve the problem of podcast discoverability. From the podcast When It Mattered.
Don MacKinnon on the Inspiration for Hark

When it Mattered

5 MINS

Margaret Atwood on Her Energy at 82 - Including Astrology!

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Tim Ferriss asks Margaret Atwood how she has so much energy at 82, and her answer includes a digression into how medievalism drew her into astrology.
Margaret Atwood on Her Energy at 82 - Including Astrology!

The Tim Ferriss Show

4 MINS

Hey Mister Putin

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Hey Mister Putin

Ukrainian Roots Radio

4 MINS

Why Uber Is the Perfect Story for TV

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Brian Koppelman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt talk about making their new Showtime series “Super Pumped,” an adaptation of Mike Isaac’s book about the rise of Uber.
Why Uber Is the Perfect Story for TV

Acquired

3 MINS

Mark Lanegan on Music & Drugs

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The late Mark Lanegan spoke to Marc Maron in 2017 about how making music helped him build an alternate reality and how using drugs impacted his creativity.
Mark Lanegan on Music & Drugs

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

2 MINS

Can We Stop the Robocalls?

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Recode’s Sara Morrison talks about how robocalls work and why they’re so hard to stop.
Can We Stop the Robocalls?

Recode Daily

2 MINS

Margaret Atwood on Her Energy at 82 - Including Astrology!

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Tim Ferriss asks Margaret Atwood how she has so much energy at 82, and her answer includes a digression into how medievalism drew her into astrology.
Margaret Atwood on Her Energy at 82 - Including Astrology!

The Tim Ferriss Show

4 MINS

General James Jones on his 2009 Breakfast with Putin

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General James Jones on his 2009 Breakfast with Putin

When it Mattered

2 MINS

Understanding Putin's Rise to Power

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This 2019 episode of NPR's Throughline is one of the best primers for understanding what shaped (maybe the word is warped?) Vladimir Putin's worldview - from the fall of the USSR, to the corruption of Yeltsin, to this staged mob boss moment.
Understanding Putin's Rise to Power

Throughline

1 MIN

Understanding Putin's Rise to Power

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This 2019 episode of NPR's Throughline is one of the best primers for understanding what shaped (maybe the word is warped?) Vladimir Putin's worldview - from the fall of the USSR, to the corruption of Yeltsin, to this staged mob boss moment.
Understanding Putin's Rise to Power

Throughline

1 MIN

The Search for a Reddit-Rumored Pile of Plates

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Hosts Amory Sivertson and Ben Brock Johnson take on a quest to find a giant pile of plates somewhere in the deep woods.
The Search for a Reddit-Rumored Pile of Plates

Endless Thread

5 MINS

Documenting Russian War Crimes Through Internet Archives

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By Tom Simonite. Voiced by Amory Sivertson.
Documenting Russian War Crimes Through Internet Archives

2 MINS

Documenting Russian War Crimes Through Internet Archives

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By Tom Simonite. Voiced by Amory Sivertson.
Documenting Russian War Crimes Through Internet Archives

2 MINS

Chernobyl: Haven of Bison, Lynx, and Russian Troops

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By Matt Reynolds. Voiced by Hannah Zaltzman.
Chernobyl: Haven of Bison, Lynx, and Russian Troops

5 MINS

Ukrainian Hackers Are Bringing the Fight Back to Russia

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By Justin Ling. Voiced by Zak Rosen.
Ukrainian Hackers Are Bringing the Fight Back to Russia

5 MINS

The Ukrainian Researchers Stuck in Antarctica

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By Matt Reynolds. Voiced by Jody Avirgan.
The Ukrainian Researchers Stuck in Antarctica

4 MINS

The Irresistible Lures of QAnon

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By Virginia Heffernan. Voiced by Amory Sivertson.
The Irresistible Lures of QAnon

3 MINS

How North Koreans Gain Access Forbidden Foreign Media

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By Andy Greenberg. Voiced by Jody Avirgan.
How North Koreans Gain Access Forbidden Foreign Media

2 MINS

An NYPD Patrolman's Partner Was a Horse

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An incredibly touching story of the relationship between the only mounted NYPD patrolman in Central Park and his horse/partner: Trooper.
An NYPD Patrolman's Partner Was a Horse

Criminal

4 MINS

An NYPD Patrolman's Partner Was a Horse

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An incredibly touching story of the relationship between the only mounted NYPD patrolman in Central Park and his horse/partner: Trooper.
An NYPD Patrolman's Partner Was a Horse

Criminal

4 MINS
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117 CLIPS7 HR 45 MINS

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