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The execution of Eichmann, told by the guards

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The execution of Eichmann, told by the guards

Israel Story

5 MINS

Happiness Is Contingent on our Frame of Reference

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How our happiness is contingent on our frame of reference, even for Black soldiers in the south.
Happiness Is Contingent on our Frame of Reference

Invisibilia

5 MINS

The Martini

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Craft cocktail guru Sother Teague talks to NYT cocktail writer Robert Smithson about the martini.
The Martini

The Speakeasy

3 MINS

Jon Hamm on his first auditions

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Jon Hamm on his first auditions

Dead Eyes

5 MINS

Adrienne Truscott & Alysia Reiner talk about Fin de Siecle Paris

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Adrienne Truscott & Alysia Reiner talk about Fin de Siecle Paris

Employee of the Month

29 MINS

Fin de Siecle Paris

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Adrienne Truscott and Alysia Reiner talk about fin de siecle Paris.
Fin de Siecle Paris

Employee of the Month

23 MINS

The Navy's Romantic Packages

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The wife of a navy officer stationed on the USS Ronald Reagan describes the Navy’s Reagan-themed romantic packages.
The Navy's Romantic Packages

Anxious Machine

1 MIN

Devendra, the Robot who Writes Poetry

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What happens when an artificial intelligence chatbox named Devendra starts to become a little too human?
Devendra, the Robot who Writes Poetry

Invisibilia

4 MINS

Harris reassures the Democratic base.

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Harris reassures the Democratic base.

The Weeds

5 MINS

Mindfulness and Meditation in the Music of John Cage

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Dave Hilliard and Hahre Sol reflect on how John Cage’s revolutionary music piece 4’33” questions humanity’s relation to sound and silence.
Mindfulness and Meditation in the Music of John Cage

Twenty Thousand Hertz

3 MINS

Duncan Trussell Talks to his Mom About Grief

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Duncan Trussell talks to his mom about grief, while she is dying of cancer.
Duncan Trussell Talks to his Mom About Grief

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

9 MINS

When a Christian Scientist Has Cancer

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Val Kilmer has throat cancer, but he is also a Christian Scientist so he doesn’t have throat cancer
When a Christian Scientist Has Cancer

The Daily

7 MINS

Nora McInerny’s Middle School Mountain Dew Scam

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When a middle school-aged Nora McInery scammed her way into free Mountain Dew. From the podcast, Scam Goddess.
Nora McInerny’s Middle School Mountain Dew Scam

Scam Goddess

2 MINS

Disney World For Adults

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Greetings From Somewhere’s Zach Mack traveled to Disney World for the first time as an adult to see if it lives up to the hype, and talks to Disney World journalist Carlye Wisel about why it’s the perfect place for grown-ups.
Disney World For Adults

Greetings from Somewhere | A Travel Show

3 MINS

Mel Blanc Is Rescued by Bugs Bunny

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Noal Blanc on how his father, Looney Tunes voice actor Mel Blanc, was brought out of a coma by a cartoon character.
Mel Blanc Is Rescued by Bugs Bunny

Twenty Thousand Hertz

1 MIN

When Jessica Williams of Two Dope Queens met JK Rowling

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When Jessica Williams of Two Dope Queens met JK Rowling

2 Dope Queens

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Toni Morrison ends interview by offering journalists a drink

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Toni Morrison ends interview by offering journalists a drink

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

1 MIN

"Chromatica" by Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga explains how her most recent album, “Chromatica,” is representative of both her constant struggle with fame and trauma, and her wish to stop being famous while still remaining close to her fans.
"Chromatica" by Lady Gaga

The Zane Lowe Interview Series

3 MINS

"Chromatica" by Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga explains how her most recent album, “Chromatica,” is representative of both her constant struggle with fame and trauma, and her wish to stop being famous while still remaining close to her fans.
"Chromatica" by Lady Gaga

The Zane Lowe Interview Series

3 MINS

Patton Oswalt and The Polish Woman of Doom

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Patton Oswalt's hilarious stand up about his first Mother's Day with his daughter after his wife passed away.
Patton Oswalt and The Polish Woman of Doom

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

3 MINS

When Will COVID Vaccinations Start in the US?

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Katie Thomas from the New York Times explains how close the COVID vaccine is in the US and how it will be delivered. From The Daily.
When Will COVID Vaccinations Start in the US?

The Daily

4 MINS

Why Netflix's Lupin Is Out-Pacing The Queen's Gambit

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Why Netflix's Lupin Is Out-Pacing The Queen's Gambit

Pop Culture Happy Hour

5 MINS

Scrubbing Your Carbon Emissions From the Air, For a Price

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Scrubbing Your Carbon Emissions From the Air, For a Price

Fresh Air

5 MINS

The Biggest Lie Ever Told

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Renowned eco-feminist Dr. Vandana Shiva’s advice against the use of chemicals in agriculture and the need for people to start growing their own food to fight against climate change. From the Mothers of Invention podcast.
The Biggest Lie Ever Told

Mothers of Invention

3 MINS

The Secret Joys of Transitioning into a Woman

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The Secret Joys of Transitioning into a Woman

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

6 MINS

The Brilliance of Everything Is Alive

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On Pod Spotter, Zack Robidas talks to Ian Chillag about Ian's show Everything Is Alive, where Ian interviews inanimate objects, like a can of generic cola.
The Brilliance of Everything Is Alive

The Pod Spotter

5 MINS

Kara Swisher and Beeple on NFTs and Art

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Beeple talks to Kara Swisher about how NFTs have given value to his art and how it will do the same for many other creators. From the podcast Sway.
Kara Swisher and Beeple on NFTs and Art

Sway

4 MINS

RIP Russell Yann, Hot Dog King of Appalachia

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RIP Russell Yann, Hot Dog King of Appalachia

Inside Appalachia

5 MINS

Covid Psychosis

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A substantial number of covid survivors are dealing with an array of chronic conditions. Heart and lung problems are largely treatable with medication, but the neurological conditions some are facing remain a mystery. On The Daily.
Covid Psychosis

The Daily

5 MINS

The Latest in Deepfakes: Tom Cruise and a Cheerleader Mom

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A new Tom Cruise deepfake is floating around the web and it looks more realistic than ever. Plus a cheerleader mom creates deepfakes to get her daughter’s teammates kicked off the team. From the podcast CYBER.
The Latest in Deepfakes: Tom Cruise and a Cheerleader Mom

CYBER

5 MINS

Meet the Women Airforce Service Pilots...the WASPs

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Before WASP became a term to describe rich white folks, it stood for something else - Women Airforce Service Pilots. Hear how these women were the first of their kind to pilot military aircraft. On Radio Diaries.
Meet the Women Airforce Service Pilots...the WASPs

Radio Diaries

5 MINS

The N-Word and the Circle of Blackness

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Hosts Wesley and Jenna discuss their feelings on the use of the N word, and how it can help in claiming spaces that are just for the black community. On Still Processing.
The N-Word and the Circle of Blackness

Still Processing

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The N-Word and the Circle of Blackness

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Hosts Wesley and Jenna discuss their feelings on the use of the N word, and how it can help in claiming spaces that are just for the black community. On Still Processing.
The N-Word and the Circle of Blackness

Still Processing

4 MINS

Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

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Comedian Chelsea Peretti talks to Andy Richter about being a woman comedian surrounded by men, and the toxicity of bro humor. From the podcast The Three Questions with Andy Richter.
Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

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Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

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Comedian Chelsea Peretti talks to Andy Richter about being a woman comedian surrounded by men, and the toxicity of bro humor. From the podcast The Three Questions with Andy Richter.
Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

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Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

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Comedian Chelsea Peretti talks to Andy Richter about being a woman comedian surrounded by men, and the toxicity of bro humor. From the podcast The Three Questions with Andy Richter.
Chelsea Peretti on Bro Comedy

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

3 MINS

Should Biden Have Thanked Donald Trump for His Work on US Vaccines?

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The US vaccine program is going very well and Republicans claim it’s all thanks to Donald Trump. But how much credit does the former President deserve?
Should Biden Have Thanked Donald Trump for His Work on US Vaccines?

Pod Save America

4 MINS

How TikTok Is Changing the Music Industry

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TikTok is already changing how music gets made in the industry. But what sets this platform apart from previous models that have allowed for something similar? On Popcast.
How TikTok Is Changing the Music Industry

Popcast

5 MINS

Why celebrating one small win a day can lead to greatness.

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Why celebrating one small win a day can lead to greatness.

The Daily Stoic

2 MINS

The Future of Podcasting

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What will social audio apps like Clubhouse mean for the future of podcasting? On Servant of Pod.
The Future of Podcasting

Servant of Pod with Nick Quah

5 MINS

“Trans Women Are Like Baby Elephants”

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Author Torrey Peters shares what trans women have in common with baby elephants. On The Cut.
“Trans Women Are Like Baby Elephants”

The Cut

4 MINS

Why Brené Brown Can’t Watch Grease

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What happens when you revisit old favorites, and they just don't hold up? Brené Brown joins Brett Goldstein to talk about Greece on Films to Be Buried With.
Why Brené Brown Can’t Watch Grease

Films To Be Buried With with Brett Goldstein

3 MINS

Nile Rodgers Reinvigorated the Funk Guitar

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Cory Wong of Vulfpeck breaks down how Nile Rodgers' funk guitar became an iconic feature of so many pop songs. From the podcast Switched on Pop.
Nile Rodgers Reinvigorated the Funk Guitar

Switched on Pop

4 MINS

The Most Important Sentence From Biden’s Press Conference

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Politico Playbook picks out the most important line from President Biden’s first press conference.
The Most Important Sentence From Biden’s Press Conference

POLITICO Playbook Daily Briefing

4 MINS

Felony Murder and the Derek Chauvin Trial

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What is the distinction between first, second and third degree murder charges? And how might that apply to the case against Derek Chauvin? On Sister's in Law.
Felony Murder and the Derek Chauvin Trial

The John Batchelor Show

5 MINS

Union Avoidance Firms and Amazon's Union Drive

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The time has come for Amazon workers at the warehouse in Bessemer, AL to cast their votes for the union drive. The company itself has leveraged significant effort against the drive. Will they be successful? On VICE News Reports.
Union Avoidance Firms and Amazon's Union Drive

VICE News Reports

5 MINS

The Trojan Horse That Was McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It”

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Since its introduction in 2003, The McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies. This is how the catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet. From the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz.
The Trojan Horse That Was McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It”

Twenty Thousand Hertz

4 MINS

The Trojan Horse That Was McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It”

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Since its introduction in 2003, The McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies. This is how the catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet. From the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz.
The Trojan Horse That Was McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It”

Twenty Thousand Hertz

4 MINS

The Great Australian Mouse Plague of 2021

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Much of Australia is having to cope with a plague of mice, with the populations having exploded this year. Farmer Nicole told The Quicky of the nightmare they are going through.
The Great Australian Mouse Plague of 2021

The Quicky

4 MINS

Beverly Cleary (1916-2021) on Dropping Everything to Read

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We honor the incredible Beverly Cleary, who passed away last week at 104. Hear why the Ramona Quimby author offered us a particularly joyful reading experience. On Remember Reading.
Beverly Cleary (1916-2021) on Dropping Everything to Read

Remember Reading Podcast

3 MINS

The Battle of Locals v Spring Breakers in Miami

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Locals are getting increasing angry at the young partygoers who have come to Miami for Spring Break. What Next looks at the tensions over Spring Break in a pandemic.
The Battle of Locals v Spring Breakers in Miami

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

3 MINS

The Surprising Origin of the Word “Vaccine”

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We’re all talking about vaccines at the moment, but do you know where the word comes from? Law professor Wendy Parmet explained the surprising origin of the word on The Experiment.
The Surprising Origin of the Word “Vaccine”

The Experiment

1 MIN

The Falcon and the Rise of Black Superheroes

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Marvel's new series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, features a black superhero. John Jennings tells us why they're hard to come by, and about the delicate balance between escapism and down-to-earth realness.
The Falcon and the Rise of Black Superheroes

A Word … with Jason Johnson

5 MINS

Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

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Would you believe the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 paved the way for some of our most beloved Chinese businesses? From Rebel Eaters Club.
Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

Rebel Eaters Club

3 MINS

Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

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Would you believe the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 paved the way for some of our most beloved Chinese businesses? From Rebel Eaters Club.
Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

Rebel Eaters Club

3 MINS

Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

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Would you believe the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 paved the way for some of our most beloved Chinese businesses? From Rebel Eaters Club.
Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

Rebel Eaters Club

3 MINS

Vaccines Against Drug Addiction

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Vaccines Against Drug Addiction

Flash Forward

5 MINS

Yes, Your Seasonal Allergies Are Getting Worse

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Yes, Your Seasonal Allergies Are Getting Worse

Short Wave

4 MINS

George Floyd’s Remorseful Bystanders

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George Floyd’s Remorseful Bystanders

In Front of Our Eyes

3 MINS

Moshe Kasher’s Three Pile Night

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Moshe Kasher’s Three Pile Night

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

4 MINS

The Future of Film and TV

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The Future of Film and TV

The Weeds

3 MINS

Patton Oswalt: “Every Depressed Person Needs to Watch The Sixth Sense.”

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Why are depressed creatives convinced their mental illnesses are wrapped up in their artistry? Patton Oswalt lays it out for us on Depresh Mode.
Patton Oswalt: “Every Depressed Person Needs to Watch The Sixth Sense.”

Depresh Mode with John Moe

5 MINS

Clubhouse Competitors are Coming

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The Vergecast talks about the rise of Clubhouse competitors, including Discord, Slack, LinkedIn, and most notably Spotify. Hear about what they’re going to take from Clubhouse and how they’ll diversify.
Clubhouse Competitors are Coming

The Vergecast

4 MINS

Tim Cooke Lays Out New Privacy Policy for App Store Apps

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Apple CEO Tim Cooke sits down with Kara Swisher to talk about Apple’s new privacy policies, including giving a user the choice whether to be tracked or not. From the podcast Sway.
Tim Cooke Lays Out New Privacy Policy for App Store Apps

Sway

4 MINS

Expert Predicts Vaccine Passport Won’t Be Introduced Until 2022

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There’s a lot of talk about vaccine passports, but NYU Medical Ethicist Arthur Caplin outlines the issues the Biden administration will have to overcome before they are introduced. From In The Bubble.
Expert Predicts Vaccine Passport Won’t Be Introduced Until 2022

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

3 MINS

Why QAnon Are So Annoyed the Suez Ship Was Freed

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The Evergreen Ship in the Suez Canal has finally been freed - ending one of the more ridiculous conspiracy theories QAnon has created. From Fever Dreams.
Why QAnon Are So Annoyed the Suez Ship Was Freed

Fever Dreams

2 MINS

What is and isn’t an NFT

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Learn the difference between a fungible and non-fungible token. From the podcast a16z.
What is and isn’t an NFT

a16z Podcast

5 MINS

Rebuilding the Human Spinal Cord with Asparagus

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Biophysicist Andrew Pelling became famous by building an ear out of an apple. This time he’s working on the spinal cord with another plant, asparagus. From the podcast TED Radio Hour.
Rebuilding the Human Spinal Cord with Asparagus

TED Radio Hour

4 MINS

The Children Left Behind by Online Schooling

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Not all online education is equal. Woke AF spoke to Chicago teacher Brian, who told of how some children are getting left behind through no fault of their own.
The Children Left Behind by Online Schooling

Woke AF Daily

2 MINS

The Children Left Behind by Online Schooling

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Not all online education is equal. Woke AF spoke to Chicago teacher Brian, who told of how some children are getting left behind through no fault of their own.
The Children Left Behind by Online Schooling

Woke AF Daily

2 MINS

Daunte Wright and the Police’s Training Problem

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Are we right back where we started? Van and Rachel try to unpack the recent death of Daunte Wright (a mere 10 miles from Derek Chauvin's court room) as well as the incident involving 2nd Lieutenant Caron Nazario in Virginia.
Daunte Wright and the Police’s Training Problem

Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay

6 MINS

What Can We Learn From the Happiest Country on Earth?

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Finland is regularly named the happiest place on Earth in terms of quality of life. Ed Miliband asks two experts on the country what one policy other nations should adopt. From Reasons To Be Cheerful.
What Can We Learn From the Happiest Country on Earth?

Reasons to be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

1 MIN

Travon Fee on Writing Two Distant Strangers in Five Days

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Travor Free responded to George Floyd's death by writing a short film. It's already on Netflix, and after a week like the one we've had, it might be the only way to understand the news.
Travon Fee on Writing Two Distant Strangers in Five Days

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

5 MINS

The Origins of Dogecoin

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Founder Billy Markus talks about the origins of Dogecoin—a cryptocurrency joke inspired by the 2013 famous meme Doge. From The Journal podcast.
The Origins of Dogecoin

The Journal.

4 MINS

The Sports Hijab and Policing Women’s Bodies

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Sportswear these days has tried to be more and more inclusive, for instance, accommodating female athletes who wear the hijab. But how and for whom are these garments made? And what might their presence obscure?
The Sports Hijab and Policing Women’s Bodies

Burn It All Down

4 MINS

Living in the Age of Musical Nostalgia

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If you've been listening to the Silk Sonic (aka Bruno Mars & Anderson Paak) single Leave The Door Open, you're probably being transported back to the familiar rhythm of the 1970's. So when did soul come back in vogue? On Switched on Pop.
Living in the Age of Musical Nostalgia

Switched on Pop

2 MINS

Baking Your Way Through Harry Potter

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Did you know that there are 64 recipes in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone? From golden snitch lemon meringue pie, to whomping willow chocolate cabbage cake, Bradley Bakes is creating every food and drink item in the Harry Potter Books.
Baking Your Way Through Harry Potter

The John Batchelor Show

1 MIN

Discussions on Fandom Engagement While Holding J.K. Rowling Accountable

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Mugglecast hosts and Rori Porter discuss J.K. Rowling's transphobic tweet and the balance between being an ally, and enjoying the universe.
Discussions on Fandom Engagement While Holding J.K. Rowling Accountable

The John Batchelor Show

2 MINS

Harry Potter and Cats

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The Real Weird Sisters discuss the portrayal of cats in Harry Potter as part of their Crookshanks character study. Is Crookshanks a red herring, a representation of the Grim, or the sole reason for Voldemort's downfall?
Harry Potter and Cats

The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast

1 MIN

Alternate POVs

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If you could read the Harry Potter books from another character's point of view, who would you choose? The hosts of Mischief Managed Podcast choose characters ranging from Ginny Weasley, to Hagrid.
Alternate POVs

Mischief Managed Podcast: Your recommended dose of Harry Potter nonsense

9 MINS

Why Write Fan Fiction?

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The hosts of Mugglecast discuss how writing Harry Potter fan fiction is a learning tool for new writers to hone their craft, and how it provides a fun platform for theorizing and changing the story.
Why Write Fan Fiction?

The John Batchelor Show

3 MINS

How People Use Daniel Radcliffe as a Yardstick on Age

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Daniel Radcliffe told James O’Brien that he felt loneliness when Harry Potter came to an end - especially when people started using him as a guide to feeling old. From Full Disclosure.
How People Use Daniel Radcliffe as a Yardstick on Age

Full Disclosure with James O'Brien

2 MINS

Nate Fernald's Quest to Find the Origins of a Mysterious Enamel Pin

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Comedian Nate Fernald explains his quest to figure out the origins of a mysterious enamel pin.
Nate Fernald's Quest to Find the Origins of a Mysterious Enamel Pin

Endless Thread

3 MINS

A Letter to People Who Put Their Pets Down

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A veterinary technician shares a message to people who choose not to stay with their pets during euthanasia.
A Letter to People Who Put Their Pets Down

Endless Thread

5 MINS

A teenager shares her reaction to finding out she has autism.

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A teenager shares her reaction to finding out she has autism.

Endless Thread

1 MIN

Not sure if you want to have kids? You are so far from alone.

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Not sure if you want to have kids? You are so far from alone. This episode is for you.
Not sure if you want to have kids? You are so far from alone.

Endless Thread

2 MINS

A Takedown of Modern Movie Trailers

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Youtuber Craven Moorhaus offers a hilarious takedown of all the tropes you see and hear in a modern movie trailer.
A Takedown of Modern Movie Trailers

Twenty Thousand Hertz

3 MINS

The Dissent that Changed Free Speech in America

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Oliver Wendell Holmes was a Supreme Court Justice from 1902 to 1932. His historic dissent in 1918 “overturn[ed] the old crabbed view of what the first amendment protects. It was an extraordinary change, really a legal revolution”. From Radiolab.
The Dissent that Changed Free Speech in America

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

5 MINS

The Very First Disability Porno

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The Very First Disability Porno

Good Sex

4 MINS

Ending the Forever War

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Ending the Forever War

America Dissected

2 MINS

Who Will Andy Samberg Miss Most When Brooklyn 99 Ends?

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Brooklyn 99 is coming to an end and Comedy Bang Bang wanted to know who Andy Samberg would miss the most when it finishes.
Who Will Andy Samberg Miss Most When Brooklyn 99 Ends?

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast

3 MINS

Yom Kippur, Jonah & the Whale

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Jews read the story of Jonah and the whale on Yom Kippur as a reminder of god and god’s mercy. On The Koren podcast, Dr. Erica Brown talks about why the story is remembered on Judaism’s Day of atonement.
Yom Kippur, Jonah & the Whale

The Koren Podcast

1 MIN

What Is Reggaeton?

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Reggaeton is widely known as a dance genre, but it’s closely tied to the history of colonialism, racism and immigration in the Caribbean.
What Is Reggaeton?

KERA's Think

6 MINS

The Future of Women in Kabul

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The Future of Women in Kabul

Tug of War

4 MINS

Gunfire in Kabul

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Gunfire in Kabul

Tug of War

4 MINS

Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

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A recording of the literary critic Richard Poirier in conversation with Robert Frost for the poet’s 1960 Art of Poetry interview, from issue no. 24 of 'The Paris Review.'
Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

The Paris Review

2 MINS

The Unanswered Question: Was Britney’s Conservatorship Voluntary?

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Reporter and former L.A. prosecutor Loni Coombs joins Laura Richards to discuss the one unanswered question about the conservatorship Britney Spears is now free from.
The Unanswered Question: Was Britney’s Conservatorship Voluntary?

Crime Analyst

4 MINS

Attorney in Ahmaud Arbery Case: "Al Sharpton Is Intimidating Jurors"

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Kary Antholis and MSNBC analyst Paul Butler discuss the shocking comments made in court by attorney Kevin Gough in the trial over Ahmaud Arbery’s killing.
Attorney in Ahmaud Arbery Case: "Al Sharpton Is Intimidating Jurors"

Jury Duty

4 MINS

Introducing ‘Crime Show’

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Introducing ‘Crime Show’

Reply All

4 MINS

Is Thanksgiving the Worst Holiday?

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Ronny Chieng challenges strangers on the street to debate whether or not Thanksgiving is the worst holiday, the need for buckles on shoes and the superiority of pumpkin pie. From the Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
Is Thanksgiving the Worst Holiday?

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

3 MINS

The Unique Language of TikTok

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Hank Green has amassed 5.7million TikTok followers with his snappy science videos. He tells Ologies’ Alie Ward about the unique language you need to use on the platform.
The Unique Language of TikTok

Ologies with Alie Ward

2 MINS

A 'Surprise' Recipe From The Library of Congress Cooking Club

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Database specialist Shirley Loo from the Library of Congress' Cooking Club shares a favorite recipe on The Sporkful.
A 'Surprise' Recipe From The Library of Congress Cooking Club

The Sporkful

2 MINS

'Wanting Sumptous Heavens,' a Poem by Robert Bly

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'Wanting Sumptous Heavens,' a Poem by Robert Bly

Audio Poem of the Day

46 SECS

A 'Surprise' Recipe From The Library of Congress Cooking Club

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Database specialist Shirley Loo from the Library of Congress' Cooking Club shares a favorite recipe on The Sporkful.
A 'Surprise' Recipe From The Library of Congress Cooking Club

The Sporkful

2 MINS

Is Athleisurewear Here to Stay?

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Atlantic staff writer Amanda Mull joins Plain English to discuss whether the sweatpant trend will continue post-pandemic.
Is Athleisurewear Here to Stay?

Plain English with Derek Thompson

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

Crossing the Road with Sophia the Crossing Guard

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For an audio project for ‘Believer’ magazine, Bianca spent six months getting to know a New York City crossing guard named Sophia. Let’s meet her.
Crossing the Road with Sophia the Crossing Guard

Constellation Prize

2 MINS

Hanukkah’s Contentious Past

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Hanukkah’s Contentious Past

The latest episodes from On the Media

4 MINS

On Writing Pen15

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On Writing Pen15

OnWriting: A Podcast of the WGA East

2 MINS

Remembering Streetwear Designer Virgil Abloh

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Remembering Streetwear Designer Virgil Abloh

The Journal.

3 MINS

'Modernist Pizza' Author Debunks Pizza Myths

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Ed Levine talks with former Microsoft CTO and Modernist Cuisine founder Nathan Myrvhold about his new collection Modernist Pizza.
'Modernist Pizza' Author Debunks Pizza Myths

Special Sauce with Ed Levine

2 MINS

Mary Catherine Bateson

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Mary Catherine Bateson

On Being with Krista Tippett

2 MINS

Paul Simon on Writing “The Boxer” - p2

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Paul Simon on Writing “The Boxer” - p2

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

3 MINS

Remembering Artist Lawrence Weiner

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A conversation between Lawrence Weiner and Gilda Williams.
Remembering Artist Lawrence Weiner

Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker

3 MINS

Mary Wilson of the Supremes

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Mary Wilson of the Supremes

Last Word

2 MINS

Stu Rasmussen

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Stu Rasmussen

Gender Reveal

1 MIN

Colin Powell

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Colin Powell

The New Yorker: Politics and More

4 MINS

Charlie Watts

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Charlie Watts

Sound Opinions

2 MINS

Searching for Extraterrestrial Life on Exoplanets

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Searching for Extraterrestrial Life on Exoplanets

Science Weekly

3 MINS

Buzzfeed Goes Public

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Buzzfeed Goes Public

Pivot

2 MINS

Dealing with the Maple Syrup Shortage

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Dealing with the Maple Syrup Shortage

Nerdette

2 MINS

‘Little Oblivions’ by Julien Baker

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On Slate's 'Working', Julien Baker talks about writing the lyrics for her latest album 'Little Oblivions' and her overall creative process.
‘Little Oblivions’ by Julien Baker

Working

3 MINS

Meet the New Meth, Much Worse than the Old Meth

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There's a new meth out there and it's much more dangerous than the old meth. Crime reporter and author of the groundbreaking book about the opioid crisis called “Dreamland” Sam Quinones reports.
Meet the New Meth, Much Worse than the Old Meth

Today, Explained

3 MINS

A Chess Victory for Humans

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A Chess Victory for Humans

Today in Focus

2 MINS

Prince Chose Me As His Recording Engineer with No Experience

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Susan Rogers describes her Insane journey to becoming Prince’s recording engineer.
Prince Chose Me As His Recording Engineer with No Experience

The Kitchen Sisters Present

5 MINS

Drugs that Make People Feel Loved

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Drugs that Make People Feel Loved

On Point

3 MINS

Is Ethical Investing a Scam?

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Is Ethical Investing a Scam?

The Gray Area with Sean Illing

3 MINS

When Protesting Santas Stormed Macy's

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Mark loved being a Santa at Macy's in the late '80s. When he was fired for being HIV positive, a group of ACT UP activist-Santas took action.
When Protesting Santas Stormed Macy's

StoryCorps

3 MINS

We’re Now in the Meat of ‘Dune’

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Composer Hans Zimmer explains some of the more inscrutable elements of "Paul's Dream," from the 'Dune' soundtrack.
We’re Now in the Meat of ‘Dune’

Song Exploder

3 MINS

Remembering Betty White

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Remembering Betty White

Pop Culture Happy Hour

3 MINS

Thomas Haynesworth

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Thomas Haynesworth

Wrongful Conviction

2 MINS

The Capitol Rioters, One Year Later

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BuzzFeed News reporter Zoe Tillman explains why it’s so difficult to prosecute the rioters involved in the attack on the Capitol and why none of them have been charged for sedition so far. From the podcast ‘What Next.’
The Capitol Rioters, One Year Later

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

3 MINS

Who Were the January 6 Rioters?

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Who Were the January 6 Rioters?

The Daily

4 MINS

Sam Sanders Remembers an Early Episode of ‘It’s Been a Minute’

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After making hundreds of episodes of ‘It’s Been a Minute,’ Sam Sanders looks back to an early interview with Lena Waithe on Jo Piazza’s new podcast about podcasts, ‘The Pod Club.’
Sam Sanders Remembers an Early Episode of ‘It’s Been a Minute’

The Pod Club

3 MINS

Meet the Meat of the Future

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Meet the Meat of the Future

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

3 MINS

The Joy of Missing Out

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The Joy of Missing Out

Today in Focus

2 MINS

“All About Me!” by Mel Brooks

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Legendary comedian Mel Brooks discusses the happiest moments of his life -- ages 5 through 9 - and how the advent of homework ruined it all.
“All About Me!” by Mel Brooks

Fresh Air

4 MINS

Will Guantanamo Ever Close?

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Will Guantanamo Ever Close?

Today in Focus

3 MINS

Why Everyone Is Playing Wordle

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Why Everyone Is Playing Wordle

Slate Culture

4 MINS

Bosses Are Spying on Employees Working from Home

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Bosses Are Spying on Employees Working from Home

The Times: Essential news from the L.A. Times

2 MINS

Janet Jackson’s ‘Control’ Turns 35

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Janet Jackson’s ‘Control’ Turns 35

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

3 MINS

Searching for Paradise in Southern Thailand

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Searching for Paradise in Southern Thailand

Snap Judgment

4 MINS

The Story Behind the New Biography of Vivian Maier

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The Story Behind the New Biography of Vivian Maier

All Of It

3 MINS

Mom Poem

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Mom Poem

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

3 MINS

“Don’t Forget You (r) Lunch” by Amaud Jamaul Johnson

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“Don’t Forget You (r) Lunch” by Amaud Jamaul Johnson

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

2 MINS

Nikole Hannah-Jones on Creating “The 1916 Project”

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Nikole Hannah-Jones on Creating “The 1916 Project”

The Times: Essential news from the L.A. Times

3 MINS

The Mass Graves Discovered at Canadian Residential Schools

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The Mass Graves Discovered at Canadian Residential Schools

The Journal.

3 MINS

The Importance of Integration & Community

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The Importance of Integration & Community

Expanding Mind

1 MIN

Hallmark’s Anti-Labor Churn

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Hallmark’s Anti-Labor Churn

Citations Needed

3 MINS

'Abbot Elementary' Is a Marvel

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'Abbot Elementary' Is a Marvel

Slate Culture

3 MINS

Your Brain & Pain: Hurt Doesn’t Equal Harm

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Dr. Monty Lyman, author of 'The Painful Truth,' talks about chronic pain and how it should be treated more as a protector than an indicator of harm.
Your Brain & Pain: Hurt Doesn’t Equal Harm

Instant Genius

4 MINS

Sydette Harry on Rethinking POV Characters

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Archivist Sydette Harry asks: Who is the main character of online experiences? And when it comes to tech, who are we serving?
Sydette Harry on Rethinking POV Characters

There Are No Girls on the Internet

2 MINS

BloodBathAndBeyond Says Sex Trafficking Is the New Stranger Danger

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Women on TikTok are spreading tales about almost being pulled into sex traffic. But how much of those stories are based on misinformation?
BloodBathAndBeyond Says Sex Trafficking Is the New Stranger Danger

There Are No Girls on the Internet

3 MINS

Emily Gorcenski Uses Data Science to Fight Nazis

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Activist Emily Gorcenski explains why she felt the need to create First Vigil, a database of criminal cases involving hate crimes, right-wing anti-government extremists, and white supremacist violence.
Emily Gorcenski Uses Data Science to Fight Nazis

There Are No Girls on the Internet

2 MINS

Rabia Chaudry Battles Hatred in the Podcast Community

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Rabia Chaudry, podcaster, attorney, and author of wrote Adnan’s Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial, talks about being assaulted by a hate and disinformation campaign from another podcaster.
Rabia Chaudry Battles Hatred in the Podcast Community

There Are No Girls on the Internet

5 MINS

Shireen Mitchell: Listen to (& Credit) Black Women

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Shireen Mitchell says that if we had listened to Black women, the hacking of 2016 never would have happened. When will people start listening?
Shireen Mitchell: Listen to (& Credit) Black Women

There Are No Girls on the Internet

3 MINS

Laura Bates Clarifies Why Social Media Apps Don’t Step In

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Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project and author of Men Who Hate Women, talks about why social media companies insist that stopping disinformation is out of their control.
Laura Bates Clarifies Why Social Media Apps Don’t Step In

There Are No Girls on the Internet

3 MINS

Moment of Hark option 2: Bob Ross Remix

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Moment of Hark option 2: Bob Ross Remix

Twenty Thousand Hertz

3 MINS

The Last Sears in New York

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The Last Sears in New York

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

4 MINS

Sarah Silverman’s Most Embarrassing Bedwetting Stories

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“The Bedwetter” is the title of a musical adapted from Sarah Silverman’s memoir of the same name. She tells Dana Carvey and David Spade about how Elvis Presley’s death saved her from an angry high-strung mom after she wet the bed at a sleepover.
Sarah Silverman’s Most Embarrassing Bedwetting Stories

Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade

3 MINS

The Dangerous Life of an Art Detective

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The Dangerous Life of an Art Detective

Passport

5 MINS

How the 36th Street Attacker Got Away

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The man who set off a smoke grenade, then opened fire in a Brooklyn subway car managed to escape. Start Here explains what went wrong for the police.
How the 36th Street Attacker Got Away

Start Here

4 MINS

An Incomplete List

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An Incomplete List

The Ezra Klein Show

2 MINS

A Ukrainian Woman on Moving to London

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Natalia wasn’t planning to move away from her home country. But after the Russian invasion, she found herself being offered a place to live in Britain. This is her story.
A Ukrainian Woman on Moving to London

Stories of our times

3 MINS

Roe Vs. Wade Explained

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Pulitzer Prize-winning write Linda Greenhouse explains the background to the infamous Roe Vs. Wade ruling which legalized abortion.
Roe Vs. Wade Explained

Dan Snow's History Hit

5 MINS

What the SCOTUS Leak Would Mean for U.S. Abortions

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A leak from the Supreme Court suggests it will soon overturn Roe vs. Wade. ABC’s constitutional contributor Kate Shaw explains what this means.
What the SCOTUS Leak Would Mean for U.S. Abortions

Start Here

3 MINS

Making Vegan Cheese for Mcdonald’s

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Making Vegan Cheese for Mcdonald’s

Proof

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Making Vegan Cheese for Mcdonald’s

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Making Vegan Cheese for Mcdonald’s

Proof

5 MINS

Best Advice from Mike Mills

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Best Advice from Mike Mills

The Best Advice Show

2 MINS

How Chelsea Handler’s Therapy inspired Her Comedy Special

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How Chelsea Handler’s Therapy inspired Her Comedy Special

Full Release with Samantha Bee

4 MINS

John Mulaney Behind the Scenes of SNL Promos

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John Mulaney Behind the Scenes of SNL Promos

Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade

5 MINS

The Museum of Wind

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The Museum of Wind

Far Flung with Saleem Reshamwala

4 MINS

The Many Legacies of Serena Williams

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The Many Legacies of Serena Williams

ESPN Daily

4 MINS

The Wild Animals of the Bay

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The Wild Animals of the Bay

Bay Curious

4 MINS

How Leslie Jones Became a Comedian

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How Leslie Jones Became a Comedian

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

4 MINS

How Pirates Really Talk

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September 19 is ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’. But pirates didn’t actually talk like we think.
How Pirates Really Talk

Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

4 MINS

It’s OK To Want What You Want

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It’s OK To Want What You Want

We Can Do Hard Things

5 MINS

Delivering Food to the Neighbors

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Every Tuesday, Herman Travis would show up at the local food bank, and make home deliveries to his elderly and disabled neighbors in a low-income housing complex in SF.
Delivering Food to the Neighbors

StoryCorps

2 MINS

The First, But Not The Last

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The First, But Not The Last

StoryCorps

12 MINS

Malcolm Gladwell: Kindness Doesn't Require Sacrifice

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Malcolm Gladwell: Kindness Doesn't Require Sacrifice

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

48 MINS

Local Treasures

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Local Treasures

StoryCorps

7 MINS

Horses in LA

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Horses in LA

StoryCorps

13 MINS

Adventures In Kindness

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Adventures In Kindness

Good Life Project

14 MINS

Love, Serve And Protect

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Love, Serve And Protect

The Moth

8 MINS

Friendship date

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Friendship date

The Moth

4 MINS

Adopt a Growth Mindset

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Adopt a Growth Mindset

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

6 MINS

How To Live A Stoic Life

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How To Live A Stoic Life

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

59 MINS

How to Have Fun

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How to Have Fun

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

32 MINS

Live Like the Stoics

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Live Like the Stoics

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

39 MINS

Learning About Fatherhood, in the Coast Guard

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Learning About Fatherhood, in the Coast Guard

The Moth

15 MINS

The First

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The First

StoryCorps

14 MINS

‘Confess, Fletch:' The Movie That Doesn't Exist

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‘Confess, Fletch:' The Movie That Doesn't Exist

The Watch

4 MINS

October 4, 1957: The Launch of Sputnik

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October 4, 1957: The Launch of Sputnik

Moonrise

40 MINS

October 7, 1916: Most Lopsided College Football Game, Ever

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October 7, 1916: Most Lopsided College Football Game, Ever

This Day in History Class

2 MINS

October 17, 1860: Lincoln Grows a Beard

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October 17, 1860: Lincoln Grows a Beard

This Day in Esoteric Political History

18 MINS

October 7, 1982: Debut of 'Cats,' the Musical

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In honor of the anniversary of the musical's debut, here's a visit back to completely bizarre 2019 film adaptation.
October 7, 1982: Debut of 'Cats,' the Musical

Pop Culture Happy Hour

3 MINS

October 12, 1810: The First Oktoberfest

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October 12, 1810: The First Oktoberfest

Savor

33 MINS

Preserving An Indigenous Language Through Music

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Preserving An Indigenous Language Through Music

Sound & Vision

20 MINS

A Time for Renewal

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A Time for Renewal

The Best Advice Show

5 MINS

How To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

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How To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

The Indicator from Planet Money

8 MINS

The Real 13th Amendment

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The Real 13th Amendment

This Day in Esoteric Political History

7 MINS

How to Stick to a Deadline

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How to Stick to a Deadline

How To!

7 MINS

Acorn

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Acorn

Short Cuts

18 MINS

A Gender Transition Puts a Singing Voice at Risk

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A Gender Transition Puts a Singing Voice at Risk

This American Life

6 MINS

The First Black Female Pilots in the Coast Guard

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The First Black Female Pilots in the Coast Guard

StoryCorps

4 MINS

Learning to Swim in Middle Age

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Cal Wilson used to be afraid of going in the water. And it wasn’t until her 5-year-old started taking swimming lessons, that she decided to join in...at the age of 43.
Learning to Swim in Middle Age

The Moth

5 MINS

A Religious Jew Goes Non-Kosher for a Day

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A Religious Jew Goes Non-Kosher for a Day

The Mortified Podcast

7 MINS

Incarcerated Women Imagine a Future in Freedom

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Incarcerated Women Imagine a Future in Freedom

Short Cuts

7 MINS

Ben Smith on the Evolution of Media

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Ben Smith on the Evolution of Media

Plain English with Derek Thompson

3 MINS

Republican Strategists Can’t Agree on How to Separate GOP and MAGA

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How can the GOP move away from the MAGA movement? These three senior Republican strategists can't agree.
Republican Strategists Can’t Agree on How to Separate GOP and MAGA

On with Kara Swisher

4 MINS

Ambrose Headen

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Follow the incredible journey of Ambrose Headen, a man born into slavery who eventually played a pivotal role in founding one of the nation’s first Black colleges.
Ambrose Headen

Seizing Freedom

8 MINS

Tony Hale’s Liza Minnelli Stories

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When Tony Hale was Buster in ‘Arrested Development’, his girlfriend was played by Liza Minnelli. These are his memories of those shows.
Tony Hale’s Liza Minnelli Stories

SmartLess

2 MINS

Rent-A-Pineapple

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Sometimes, renting is cheaper than buying – especially when we're talking pineapples that cost upwards of $8,000. The podcast Kottke Ride Home gets into the history of this symbolic and luxurious fruit.
Rent-A-Pineapple

Cool Stuff Ride Home

4 MINS

What to Look Out for on Election Night

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FiveThirtyEight’s Galen Druke reveals the races to look out for which will give you a clue which party is going to have a good night in the midterms.
What to Look Out for on Election Night

Start Here

4 MINS

Will Biden’s Democracy Speech Backfire With Voters?

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What will sway voters in the midterms? Will it be crime, inflation… or as Joe Biden hopes, democracy?
Will Biden’s Democracy Speech Backfire With Voters?

Left, Right & Center

4 MINS

Republican Strategists Can’t Agree on How to Separate GOP and MAGA

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How can the GOP move away from the MAGA movement? These three senior Republican strategists can't agree.
Republican Strategists Can’t Agree on How to Separate GOP and MAGA

On with Kara Swisher

4 MINS

Why the Red Wave Never Came

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Everything suggested the Republicans would sweep the midterms. So why didn't they?
Why the Red Wave Never Came

The Daily

5 MINS

Election Night Summed Up in Three Minutes

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Election Night Summed Up in Three Minutes

Inside the Hive by Vanity Fair

3 MINS

Predicting the Georgia Run-Off

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Predicting the Georgia Run-Off

Pod Save America

2 MINS

Veteran’s Day: The Heartbreaking Realities of War

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Veteran’s Day: The Heartbreaking Realities of War

Rumble Strip

4 MINS

Going Sober, and into Academia

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When Tim Somers became sober, he tried to turn back to an old period of his life: academia. But getting a fresh start wasn’t as simple as he expected.
Going Sober, and into Academia

The Moth

6 MINS

The Ancient Origins of Groundhog Day

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The Ancient Origins of Groundhog Day

Stuff You Should Know

4 MINS

December 5, 1952: The Great Smog of London

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December 5, 1952: The Great Smog of London

Witness History: Witness Archive 2017

8 MINS

December 14th, 2008: The Bush-Shoe Sensation

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December 14th, 2008: The Bush-Shoe Sensation

This Day in Esoteric Political History

9 MINS

Fighting Racism with Nachos

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When Omar Qureshi was young, he moved to rural Missouri. As a Pakistani Muslim, he faced prejudice from locals. He battled racism in whatever small ways he could— including eating lots of nachos.
Fighting Racism with Nachos

The Moth

3 MINS

The Mainstreaming of Microdosing

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Can tiny daily doses of psychedelics act as a performance enhancer and mood booster?
The Mainstreaming of Microdosing

Today, Explained

4 MINS

How Popcorn Became Popular

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The story of popcorn, the snack that has transcended history and empires – from the Aztecs to industrialization. From The Dish Food Travel Show.
How Popcorn Became Popular

The Dish Food Travel Show

5 MINS

Who Will Die in the Season Finale?

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Bill Simmons and Ryen Russillo have an outside the box prediction of who will die in the season finale of The White Lotus.
Who Will Die in the Season Finale?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

2 MINS

The Pros and Cons of Chat GPT

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The Pros and Cons of Chat GPT

The Journal.

3 MINS

The Fox News Feud with M&Ms

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Kelly Weill explains why Tucker Carlsen is so angry about the shoes a chocolate candy is wearing.
The Fox News Feud with M&Ms

Fever Dreams

4 MINS

Sun, Moon and Rising

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Sun, Moon and Rising

We Can Do Hard Things

5 MINS

The Resilience of Ukrainian Children

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The Resilience of Ukrainian Children

RESISTANCE: Stories from Ukraine

4 MINS

Sun, Moon and Rising

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Sun, Moon and Rising

We Can Do Hard Things

5 MINS

Song for Unconditional Love

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Twenty Thousand Hertz host Dallas Taylor was having panic attacks. Until his daughter sang him a song.
Song for Unconditional Love

Meditative Story

4 MINS
MAR 9

Handbook for Sonic Happiness

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By curating the sounds around us we can create a mood-boosting sonic environment that sparks a greater sense of wellbeing.
Handbook for Sonic Happiness

Twenty Thousand Hertz

4 MINS
MAR 19

My husband’s voice

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Elinor Hamilton and her husband were the voices of the London Underground. After he died she stayed connected by hearing his recorded voice.
My husband’s voice

Twenty Thousand Hertz

4 MINS

Prince Chose Me As His Recording Engineer with No Experience

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Susan Rogers describes her Insane journey to becoming Prince’s recording engineer.
Prince Chose Me As His Recording Engineer with No Experience

The Kitchen Sisters Present

5 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 unexpected gems hidden inside these obsolete machines.
Tom Hanks Drops Typewriter Knowledge

Nerdette

3 MINS
MAR 14

A battled-tested love

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Marines Mike Rudulph and Neil Rafferty share their bittersweet story of falling in love during Don't Ask Don't Tell.
A battled-tested love

StoryCorps

2 MINS
MAR 16

The Power of Forgiveness

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You are "worth being forgiven." Azim forgives, and befriends, the young man who took his son's life.
The Power of Forgiveness

StoryCorps

4 MINS
MAR 18

A Good Neighbor

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Herman Travis has a Tuesday routine. He hits the local food bank, loads up his shopping cart and delivers groceries to his elderly neighbors.
A Good Neighbor

StoryCorps

2 MINS
MAR 30

The legendary “Fancy Clancy”

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Clarence Haskett aka "Fancy Clancy” has been slinging beer at Orioles games since 1974, and has sold more than a million beers.
The legendary “Fancy Clancy”

StoryCorps

2 MINS

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The Allusionist

3 MINS

The Love/Hate Relationship of a Brother and Sister

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Brad Lawrence tells the story of the summer when he and his sister's fighting drove his Mom over the edge.
The Love/Hate Relationship of a Brother and Sister

The Moth

4 MINS

When People Were Shipped in the Mail

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When People Were Shipped in the Mail

Criminal

3 MINS

The Man Who Shipped Himself Home to Australia

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The Man Who Shipped Himself Home to Australia

Criminal

4 MINS

Why Social Connections Are Vital

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Clinical psychologist Tegan Cruwyis on how socially disconnection is worse for your health than smoking.
Why Social Connections Are Vital

The Science of Happiness

3 MINS

How Social Connections Brought Success to Temple Grandin

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The scientist credits her support networks for her success.
How Social Connections Brought Success to Temple Grandin

The Science of Happiness

3 MINS

Finding Pets in Prison

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Finding Pets in Prison

Ear Hustle

4 MINS

Rita the Elderly Cat

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Rita the Elderly Cat

The Moth

4 MINS

Our New Dog Orbit

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Our New Dog Orbit

The Moth

6 MINS

Why Do We Underestimate How Much We Can Change?

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Why Do We Underestimate How Much We Can Change?

People I (Mostly) Admire

4 MINS

A Shirt from a Stranger

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A Shirt from a Stranger

The Moth

6 MINS

A Pleather Pants Cautionary Tale

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A Pleather Pants Cautionary Tale

The Moth

5 MINS

Which Kind of Football Player Do You Want to Be?

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Which Kind of Football Player Do You Want to Be?

The Moth

5 MINS

Helping People

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Helping People

The Best Advice Show

4 MINS

What You Didn’t Know About Yoga

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What You Didn’t Know About Yoga

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

4 MINS

Ancient Yoga Wisdom

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Ancient Yoga Wisdom

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

4 MINS

“A Brain Dump Is Not a Conversation” and Other Listening Tips

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Celeste Headlee, author of We Need to Talk, and Do Nothing, gives Chris Duffy tips on being a better listener.
“A Brain Dump Is Not a Conversation” and Other Listening Tips

How to Be a Better Human

4 MINS

“To Walk a City Is to Possess It”

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New York Times’ architecture critic Michael Kimmelman has released a new book on walking around the Big Apple and gives a poetic take on what he learned.
“To Walk a City Is to Possess It”

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

2 MINS

Elizabeth Gilbert: Create a Field of Relaxation

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The pressure to produce creative work can feel overwhelming, if not immobilizing. Writer and journalist Elizabeth Gilbert shares three tips on creating a relaxed creative environment, free from fear.
Elizabeth Gilbert: Create a Field of Relaxation

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

3 MINS

Hope In The Face of Climate Change

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Hope In The Face of Climate Change

TED Climate

5 MINS

Spring Cleaning Myth-Busters Take 2

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Take these cleaning fallacies out to the trash for an easier (and better!) spring cleaning.
Spring Cleaning Myth-Busters Take 2

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

3 MINS

Cultivating Will Power

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Cultivating Will Power

A Slight Change of Plans

3 MINS

Advice for Grads

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Advice for Grads

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

4 MINS

Texas Roadhouse Easter

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Texas Roadhouse Easter

The Moth

6 MINS

Humility Through Failure

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Humility Through Failure

The Gray Area with Sean Illing

4 MINS

Emotional Vs Cognitive Empathy

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Emotional Vs Cognitive Empathy

A Slight Change of Plans

4 MINS

In the Mouth of the Whale

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In the Mouth of the Whale

This is Love

5 MINS

Treasure in the Privies

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Treasure in the Privies

This is Love

4 MINS

How to Build Empathy

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How to Build Empathy

A Slight Change of Plans

3 MINS

The Social Lives of Trees

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The Social Lives of Trees

Life Examined

3 MINS

Healing Through Music

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Healing Through Music

TED Talks Daily

6 MINS

What Bob Oderkirk Learned When He Almost Died

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Bob Odenkirk almost died when he had a heart attack filming ‘Better Call Saul.' Now, he has a completely new outlook on life.
What Bob Oderkirk Learned When He Almost Died

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

2 MINS

The Longest UK Cave Rescue in History

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The Longest UK Cave Rescue in History

This is Love

5 MINS

The Edge: Creativity as a Spiritual Experience

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The Edge: Creativity as a Spiritual Experience

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

4 MINS

The Edge: Creativity as a Spiritual Experience

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The Edge: Creativity as a Spiritual Experience

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

4 MINS

What Makes U2 So Good?

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What Makes U2 So Good?

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

5 MINS

What Bob Oderkirk Learned When He Almost Died

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Bob Odenkirk almost died when he had a heart attack filming ‘Better Call Saul.' Now, he has a completely new outlook on life.
What Bob Oderkirk Learned When He Almost Died

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

5 MINS

Jay Leno’s Brilliant Rodney Dangerfield Story

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Jay Leno tells David Spade and Dana Carvey about the last time he met comedy legend Rodney Dangerfield.
Jay Leno’s Brilliant Rodney Dangerfield Story

Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade

2 MINS

Jameela Jamil’s Worst Ever Date

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Jameela Jamil tells Sean Hayes and Conan O’Brien about the worst date she ever went on, just days after moving to the U.S..
Jameela Jamil’s Worst Ever Date

Bad Dates with Jameela Jamil

5 MINS

Minecraft for Autism

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Minecraft for Autism

TED Radio Hour

5 MINS

"Do You Want Something to Cry About?"

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"Do You Want Something to Cry About?"

The Moth

4 MINS

How One Small Idea Led to $1 Million of Paid Water Bills

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How One Small Idea Led to $1 Million of Paid Water Bills

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

4 MINS

Raising Resilient Kids with Michelle Obama

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Raising Resilient Kids with Michelle Obama

We Can Do Hard Things

7 MINS

“Prawns?”

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Jamie Demetriou tells an incredible anecdote about the one time he tried to make small talk.
“Prawns?”

Where There's A Will, There's A Wake

2 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

A Mime Living with Parkinson's

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When Rob Mermin, a mime, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, his life changed completely. Hear how he used his art to help himself and others.
A Mime Living with Parkinson's

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6 MINS

The World Tilted for Me in a Vietnamese Rice Farmer’s Home

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Anthony Bourdain relives how difficult it was killing an animal for the first time and how his life changed while in Vietnam. From the podcast Fresh Air.
The World Tilted for Me in a Vietnamese Rice Farmer’s Home

Fresh Air archive

3 MINS

How a Wild Night of Dancing Led to Law School

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How a Wild Night of Dancing Led to Law School

The Nod

3 MINS

How a Wild Night of Dancing Led to Law School

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How a Wild Night of Dancing Led to Law School

The Nod

3 MINS

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Aging

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus wants to destigmatize aging for women.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Aging

We Can Do Hard Things

4 MINS

How Cheryl Strayed Became Dear Sugar

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How Cheryl Strayed Became Dear Sugar

We Can Do Hard Things

5 MINS

Cheryl Strayed on Retrospective Fun (Doyle option)

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Cheryl Strayed on Retrospective Fun (Doyle option)

We Can Do Hard Things

2 MINS

The Poetry Reading

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Natalie Bell - Orthodontia and a high school poetry reading lead to awkwardness.
The Poetry Reading

The Moth

4 MINS
MAY 4

Advice to Grads: Avoid Drift

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Here’s some advice for the soon-to-be grad in your life. Beware of “drift.”
Advice to Grads: Avoid Drift

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

2 MINS

Love Letters that Save Lives

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Love Letters that Save Lives

TED Talks Daily

5 MINS

A Bus Driver's Small Act of Kindness

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Ronald Ruiz had a long career driving buses in New York City. He shares the story of one of his most memorable passengers.
A Bus Driver's Small Act of Kindness

StoryCorps

1 MIN

Coming Out to Her Birth Mother

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Andy Marra went to Korea to find her birth mother. But she had a secret that she struggled to tell.
Coming Out to Her Birth Mother

Snap Judgment

7 MINS

Coming Out to Her Birth Mother

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Andy Marra went to Korea to find her birth mother. But she had a secret that she struggled to tell.
Coming Out to Her Birth Mother

Snap Judgment

7 MINS

Poll, the Presidential Cursing Parrot

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Poll, the Presidential Cursing Parrot

This Day in Esoteric Political History

3 MINS

June 20, 2005: The Chimpanzee Painter

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June 20, 2005: The Chimpanzee Painter

Today In History with The Retrospectors

9 MINS

Typewriter

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Typewriter

Today In History with The Retrospectors

7 MINS

Juneteenth

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Juneteenth

Notes from America

10 MINS

Senses

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Senses

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

6 MINS

Kindness Creates Happiness

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Giving money away has been shown to make us happier than spending on ourselves.
Kindness Creates Happiness

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

2 MINS

Learning from Anger

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What we can do to help diffuse this sometimes explosive emotion.
Learning from Anger

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

2 MINS

What Makes Dwight, Dwight?

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What Makes Dwight, Dwight?

Funny Cuz It's True with Elyse Myers

3 MINS

How to Be a Good Listener

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How to Be a Good Listener

The Gray Area with Sean Illing

48 MINS

How to Make Networking Easier

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Networking can sometimes feel complicated and uncomfortable. Gretchen Rubin shares how to make networking easier and more organic.
How to Make Networking Easier

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

3 MINS

The Leper Pig

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Alice Schaffer, a preacher's daughter, grows up in fear of the lessons learned in Sunday school.
The Leper Pig

The Moth

5 MINS

Tips for Deepening Friendships

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Author Rachel Wilkerson Miller shares best practices for fostering deep friendships.
Tips for Deepening Friendships

Keep Connected with Meetup CEO David Siegel

3 MINS

Why It’s Ok to Be Bored at Your Kid’s Sport Practice

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Jamilah shares with Zak and Elizabeth her experience attending her daughter’s basketball practice, and gets some advice about how to approach the situation next time.
Why It’s Ok to Be Bored at Your Kid’s Sport Practice

Care and Feeding | Slate's parenting show

4 MINS

How to Stay Creative While Parenting

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Host Issac Butler shares his advice to creative parents on how to feed the muse while parenting.
How to Stay Creative While Parenting

Working

1 MIN

With A Little Help of My Mom Friends

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Being a mom is not easy. Fortunately, we don’t have to do it alone. Meagan and Sarah from The Mom Hour podcast talk about how to befriend other moms and why it is important.
With A Little Help of My Mom Friends

Care and Feeding | Slate's parenting show

4 MINS

Building community with kids

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Building community with kids

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

9 MINS
APR 7

Time for stargazing

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Natalie didn't always make time to appreciate the world around her. Here, she learns to look up at the sky.
Time for stargazing

The Science of Happiness

4 MINS
MAY 12

Everyone’s Favorite Mom

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Mary Mills was an only child, but she was never lonely - because everyone wanted to be at her house with her fun-loving mom.
Everyone’s Favorite Mom

StoryCorps

2 MINS
MAY 16

A Blind Driver Lives His Dream

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Michael Corso lost his sight when he was young, but he wasn’t going to let that get in the way of his dream: race car driving.
A Blind Driver Lives His Dream

The Moth

6 MINS
MAY 18

Braces and a 9th Grade Crush

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When orthodontia, high school poetry and a crush mix, awkwardness ensues.
Braces and a 9th Grade Crush

The Moth

4 MINS

Ryan Heads to the Ryan Meetup

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Ryan Andrew Wilde heads to a party that only people called Ryan can attend.
Ryan Heads to the Ryan Meetup

The Takeaway

2 MINS

The Path to Calm

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Anxiety is stressful, but it’s not all bad. It can help pinpoint how we’re really feeling.
The Path to Calm

TED Talks Daily

5 MINS

What Did People Do Before AC?

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How people stayed chill before there was air conditioning.
What Did People Do Before AC?

Stuff You Missed in History Class

2 MINS

Raising a Rebel Daughter

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There’s no playbook for being a parent. But Folashade Alao learned from her mother how to stand up for herself – even in the home.
Raising a Rebel Daughter

StoryCorps

2 MINS

Learning Love from Her Mom

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A mom teaches her five-year-old daughter a lesson in love for her younger sister.
Learning Love from Her Mom

The Moth

6 MINS

First Day as a Bat Boy

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A 16-year-old Yankees mega-fan has his first day on the job.
First Day as a Bat Boy

The Moth

6 MINS

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v2 The Zimbabwean Grandmother Therapists

A Slight Change of Plans

5 MINS

Making Things Less Complicated

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Making Things Less Complicated

Good Life Project

1 MIN

Why We Get Stuck

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Why We Get Stuck

Good Life Project

3 MINS

A Birthday Surprise

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Sheila Cavanaugh ends up having to pretend it's her birthday after a huge misunderstanding.
A Birthday Surprise

The Moth

5 MINS

Why You Should Say Yes More Often

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Jameela Jamil tells the story of her first ever DJ job, and reveals why she always tries to say yes to experiences.
Why You Should Say Yes More Often

Funny Cuz It's True with Elyse Myers

4 MINS

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When Adam Buxton put questions from his family to Tom Hanks, he didn’t expect the remarkable answers he got back.
Q&A with Tom Hanks

THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST

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Always Check the Background of Photos

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Whitney Connolly reveals what happened when she sent a picture of her pets to an animal sanctuary, but forgot to check what was in the background.
Always Check the Background of Photos

The Moth

5 MINS

Bill Hader’s Start at SNL

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Bill Hader, the star of Barry, reveals how he got his start on Saturday Night Live - and how his parents almost ruined it for him.
Bill Hader’s Start at SNL

SmartLess

4 MINS

"Proud of Who I Am"

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Alexei Romanoff remembers “Mother Bryant,” who helped him embrace his identity.
"Proud of Who I Am"

StoryCorps

3 MINS
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Multi-Lingual Crossing Guard

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Sophia is a multilingual crossing guard who brings cheer to school-goers every morning.
Multi-Lingual Crossing Guard

Constellation Prize

1 MIN
MAY 15

Showing Kindness to a Robber

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Julio Diaz was mugged while he waited for the subway. But instead of reacting as one might expect, he decided to listen to his heart.
Showing Kindness to a Robber

StoryCorps

2 MINS
JUN 13

A Race for the Ages

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Ultra-distance runner Nicki Rehn shares what it’s like to run the Snowman Race in Bhutan, known to be the hardest running trail in the world.
A Race for the Ages

Women Who Travel | Condé Nast Traveler

4 MINS

The Foods of Juneteenth

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To celebrate their freedom in 1866, the first free Black Americans feasted on vibrant foods like lamb, red punch and watermelon.
The Foods of Juneteenth

Notes from America with Kai Wright

4 MINS

A Feast of Freedom

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What are the essentials of a Juneteenth feast? From creamy potato salad to juicy watermelon, food traditions are at the heart of Juneteenth.
A Feast of Freedom

Good Food

5 MINS

Celebrating Freedom

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It’s Juneteenth, a day to celebrate Black freedom and resilience. Here’s the history of this joyful holiday.
Celebrating Freedom

This Day in Esoteric Political History

3 MINS

One Habit at a Time

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Change is hard, but it’s easier when you take it step-by-step.
One Habit at a Time

The Best Advice Show

1 MIN

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
JUN 2

Take an Evening Walk

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Leave the dog and flashlight at home. Take an evening stroll to rekindle your senses.
Take an Evening Walk

The Best Advice Show

3 MINS

Superbugs Are Everywhere!

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We regularly hear about superbugs that are resistant to antibiotics. Wendy Zukerman went looking for them - and they weren’t hard to find.
Superbugs Are Everywhere!

Science Vs

3 MINS

Exploring the Deep Ocean

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More than 90% of our oceans are unexplored. What kind of creatures lurk in the depths below? Dr. Jon Copley illustrates the deep ocean and how and who lives in there, including the Flying Spaghetti Monster. From The Anthill podcast.
Exploring the Deep Ocean

The Anthill

3 MINS

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Balenciaga2

Theories of the Third Kind

3 MINS

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LVMH3

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5 MINS

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3 MINS

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Gucci Podcast

4 MINS

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Telehealth startups and their aggressive marketing might be the reason so many people with ADHD have been struggling to fill their prescriptions.
What’s Behind the Adderall Shortage?

The Journal.

2 MINS
APR 14

Take a Night Walk

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Leave the dog and flashlight at home. Take an evening stroll to rekindle your sense of awe.
Take a Night Walk

The Best Advice Show

3 MINS

The history of the popsicle

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The history of the popsicle

Savor

4 MINS

Dinner Party Questions

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Dinner Party Questions

No Small Endeavor with Lee C. Camp

2 MINS
JUL 21

A Motto to Live By

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Author Abraham Verghese talks to Oprah Winfrey about the inspirational saying that he tries to follow every day.
A Motto to Live By

Oprah's Super Soul

2 MINS

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Award-winning podcast ‘Call Your Grandmother’ has returned for season two, hosted by Jewish grandmas Rita and Ellin. Here, they listen to the lovely relationship between Ashley and her Grandma Adrien.
Grandma Always Has the Best Advice

Call Your Grandmother

3 MINS

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The Spruce Goose and Hughes' Aviation Legacy

This Day in History Class

7 MINS

The Spruce Goose and Hughes' Aviation Legacy

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The Spruce Goose and Hughes' Aviation Legacy

This Day in History Class

7 MINS

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Do cats really have nine lives? The hosts of Something Rhymes with Purple uncover the origins of this perplexing cat phrase.
Why Cats Have 9 Lives

Something Rhymes with Purple

1 MIN

Global Views on Joy

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How do people express joy around the world? From Portugal to Japan, writer Helen Russell explores various cultural ideas of happiness.
Global Views on Joy

The Daily Smile

4 MINS

Don’t Worry, the U.S. Will Be Fine

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Don’t Worry, the U.S. Will Be Fine

Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy

3 MINS

Can Other People Make Us Happy?

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Would sharing our emotions make us feel better? Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos discusses how we affect each other’s sense of happiness.
Can Other People Make Us Happy?

Really? No, Really?

2 MINS

The Space Lawyer

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The Space Lawyer

The Moth

5 MINS

Andi Sullivan on practicing confidence

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Andi Sullivan on practicing confidence

Voice In Sport

2 MINS

Two Friends' Weekly High-Five

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Two Friends' Weekly High-Five

No Small Endeavor with Lee C. Camp

3 MINS

The First Ever Woodstock Festival

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The First Ever Woodstock Festival

History Daily

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Because of his Tourette Syndrome, Ryan Roe often struggled in school. Until a teacher came along who boosted his confidence.
Hope for Tourette’s Student

The Moth

6 MINS

Why Bright Colors Make Us Happy

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Why Bright Colors Make Us Happy

The Daily Smile

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Miss Iowa's Identity Crisis

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Miss Iowa's Identity Crisis

Grown, a podcast from The Moth

5 MINS

It’s My Birthday?

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Sheila Cavanaugh's surprise birthday celebration was a complete surprise to her, but not for the reason you think.
It’s My Birthday?

The Moth

5 MINS

"Throw Your Tooth on the Roof"

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"Throw Your Tooth on the Roof"

Decoder Ring

5 MINS

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Being Productive After Vacation

The Best Advice Show

2 MINS

“Come back to joy”

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“Come back to joy”

The Well+Good Podcast

1 MIN
APR 11

Our New Dog Orbit

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Annalise's daughter makes a wish for her birthday, and to her mother's dismay it comes true.
Our New Dog Orbit

The Moth

6 MINS

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The negroni sbagliato, the prosecco twist on the classic negroni, is in!
The Delicious Negroni Sbagliato

Stuff Mom Never Told You

2 MINS

Benefits of Gratitude

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Benefits of Gratitude

Dear Headspace

2 MINS

What England Reaching the Final Means to Rebecca Lowe

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What England Reaching the Final Means to Rebecca Lowe

After the Whistle with Brendan Hunt and Rebecca Lowe

3 MINS

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The SmartLess crew try to get Matthew McConaughey on the show... and Jason Bateman can't cope with the technical issues he's facing.
Jason Bateman’s Meltdown

SmartLess

3 MINS

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Dr Sheila tries to counsel a couple worried about infidelity, using the O.J. Simpson "If I did it" method.
Amy Poehler Is Dr? Sheila

The Chris Chatman Do-Over

5 MINS

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Jimmy Kimmel, John Oliver and Stephen Colbert tell hilarious stories about what happened the first time they appeared on The David Letterman Show.
The Strike Force Five’s First Talk Show Appearances

Strike Force Five

4 MINS

The Writers’ Strike Is Almost Over. Are Actors Next?

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After the Writers Guild of America accepted a tentative agreement with studios to end their strike, Jason Nathanson explores whether the actors will be next.
The Writers’ Strike Is Almost Over. Are Actors Next?

Start Here

4 MINS

Ian Wright's Flowers for Rice and Saliba

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright discusses the importance of their victory over champions Manchester City, and picks out the two players who impressed him the most.
Ian Wright's Flowers for Rice and Saliba

Wrighty's House

6 MINS

Hamish and Andy’s Power Moves

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Hamish and Andy’s Power Moves

Hamish & Andy

2 MINS

Tension Between Jewish and Muslim Students Grows at Harvard

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The war in Gaza has increased hate crimes against both Jewish and Muslim people - and that tension is playing out at college campuses in the U.S..
Tension Between Jewish and Muslim Students Grows at Harvard

Start Here

4 MINS

The Israeli Family Who Survived by Hiding from Hamas Terrorists

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Israeli journalist Amir Tibon lives on the Gaza border and tells how he hid his family to avoid being killed by Hamas during Saturday’s attack.
The Israeli Family Who Survived by Hiding from Hamas Terrorists

Radio Atlantic

4 MINS

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Mohammed Mhawish is a freelance journalist who lives in Gaza. He tells Brian Stelter about what it’s like to report from the Strip this week.
What It’s Like to Report From Gaza Right Now

Inside the Hive by Vanity Fair

5 MINS

Life in Gaza After Your Home Is Destroyed

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Maram Humaid lost her home in an Israeli air strike on Saturday. Now staying with her parents in Gaza, she explained what life was like in a warzone.
Life in Gaza After Your Home Is Destroyed

The Take

3 MINS
SEP 5

Thanking the Teacher Who Inspired You

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Lee Buono became a doctor because of one teacher. This is what happened when he thanked him for it.
Thanking the Teacher Who Inspired You

StoryCorps

2 MINS
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Grateful to Be Your Dad

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Wil was a college student. He was also a dad, raising his infant daughter Olivia, in his dorm room. She's a teen now and they shared their story on StoryCorps.
Grateful to Be Your Dad

StoryCorps

1 MIN

Name the Movie Without the Title

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In this new podcast from puzzle expert A.J. Jacobs, Chuck Bryant plays a fun game: Name the movie with the title taken out.
Name the Movie Without the Title

The Puzzler with A.J. Jacobs

5 MINS

Filip Chytil’s Breakout Season In His Rightful 2C spot.

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Filip Chytil has finally locked in his second line center spot, and the real magic is happening between him and his wingers, Panarin and Lafrenière.
Filip Chytil’s Breakout Season In His Rightful 2C spot.

Blueshirts Breakaway: A show about the New York Rangers

2 MINS

Joe Micheletti Looks Back On The Rangers’ Last Two Season’s Ends

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What can be learned from tough loses, and what the Rangers’ veteran core still has to prove.
Joe Micheletti Looks Back On The Rangers’ Last Two Season’s Ends

New Ice City: A Podcast About The New York Rangers

1 MIN

Why Peter Laviolette Is Good For The NY Rangers

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The Rangers' new head coach is the long sought after 'just right' after years of coaches being too hands-off, or too involved.
Why Peter Laviolette Is Good For The NY Rangers

Up In The Blue Seats - New York Rangers Podcast

2 MINS

Will Patrick Kane’s Have A Place On The Rangers?

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A rocky last season, a locked-in lineup, and minimal cap space will make it tough for Patrick Kane to find his way onto this roster.
Will Patrick Kane’s Have A Place On The Rangers?

New Ice City: A Podcast About The New York Rangers

3 MINS

The Rangers Need To Attack More

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The next step for the Rangers is their five-on-five offense.
The Rangers Need To Attack More

New Ice City: A Podcast About The New York Rangers

2 MINS

The Importance (And Debate) of Wrist And Neck Guards

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After the tragic loss of NHL player Adam Johnson, protection for the wrists and necks of players is a pressing league-wide issue.
The Importance (And Debate) of Wrist And Neck Guards

Up In The Blue Seats - New York Rangers Podcast

2 MINS

The Long Road To The Rangers’ Success

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Blueshirts Breakaway talk about former Head Coach David Quinn’s contributions to the team.
The Long Road To The Rangers’ Success

Blueshirts Breakaway: A show about the New York Rangers

1 MIN

The Rangers Need to Attack More 2

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The next step for the Rangers is their five-on-five offense.
The Rangers Need to Attack More 2

New Ice City: A Podcast About The New York Rangers

2 MINS

Pumpkin Pie Through the Years

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Historic gastronomist Sarah Lohman dives inti the making of pumpkin pie through the years and how it became a Thanksgiving staple dessert.
Pumpkin Pie Through the Years

A Taste of the Past

3 MINS

Oh No You Didn't Honey

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Oh No You Didn't Honey

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang

54 SECS

Admit it, No One Actually Likes Museums

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Matt Rogers has a confession: he really hates museums. And he thinks that everyone else really does as well.
Admit it, No One Actually Likes Museums

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang

3 MINS

Kindness Through Mindfulness

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If you want to show kindness in moments of conflict or tension, try taking a beat and using these mindfulness practices.
Kindness Through Mindfulness

Radio Headspace

2 MINS

The Reason Behind Trump’s Angry Witness Box Display

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Donald Trump was antagonistic to the judge in the witness box during his fraud trial. Is this how he’ll act in all his upcoming cases?
The Reason Behind Trump’s Angry Witness Box Display

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

3 MINS

What’s Behind Trump’s Testy Testimony?

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Donald Trump was very argumentative in the witness box while giving evidence. Former prosecutor Ken White explains his tactics.
What’s Behind Trump’s Testy Testimony?

Serious Trouble

5 MINS

Inside One of New York's Oldest Pizza Shops

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Mike Giammarino, owner of one of the oldest pizza shops in New York, speaks about the birth of this American staple.
Inside One of New York's Oldest Pizza Shops

The Bowery Boys: New York City History

7 MINS

The Importance of Pizza Boxes

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Having easily-foldable boxes is of key importance to a pizza company's business model.
The Importance of Pizza Boxes

The Economics of Everyday Things

2 MINS

How Pizza Became Politicized in Italy

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Pizza and pasta carbonara are old Italian classics, right? It turns out they’re not. And that has turned into a culture war in the country.
How Pizza Became Politicized in Italy

FT Weekend

4 MINS

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The Philosophy and Aesthetics of the Buchla

Journeys to the Infinite

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Once pizza became a staple in the U.S., pizza chains popped up everywhere. Here’s how two of the most famous chains got their start.
The Start of the Pizza Chain

Michigan Radio Presents

6 MINS
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Rick Rubin on Authenticity

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Music producer Rick Rubin shares his philosophy for being authentic in your work.
Rick Rubin on Authenticity

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

4 MINS

Paul Rudd’s Superhero Diet

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The simple question of whether Paul Rudd would prefer still or sparkling water to start his dream meal leads to a discussion on movie stars diets.
Paul Rudd’s Superhero Diet

Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster

3 MINS

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The 'Thor' director tells the remarkable story of what happened when his dad passed away.
When Taika Waititi’s Father Died

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

4 MINS

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Todd Levin's first trip to the Magic Kingdom was very memorable... but not for the right reasons.
A Teenager’s Trip to Disney World

Keys To The Kingdom

5 MINS

Master Your First and Last Thoughts of the Day

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Master Your First and Last Thoughts of the Day

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

2 MINS

Daily Detox from Tech

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Jay Shetty's three rules to disconnect from your devices and better connect with yourself and others.
Daily Detox from Tech

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

3 MINS

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Using the Senses to Help How We Feel

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

3 MINS

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Jay Shetty shares five every day free practices people can do to improve their mental health.
5 Mindfulness Practices

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

3 MINS

Be Mindful of Distracting Thoughts

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Be Mindful of Distracting Thoughts

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

1 MIN

Breathwork is Key to Calm

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Breathwork is Key to Calm

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

1 MIN

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Breathwork is Key to Calm 2

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

2 MINS

Put it on the Page

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Put it on the Page

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

1 MIN

How to Be a Father, by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

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On Trevor Noah’s new podcast, Dwayne Johnson explains how his relationship with his father taught him what to do and not to do with his daughters.
How to Be a Father, by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

What Now? with Trevor Noah

4 MINS

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Have you ever listened to an object make a noise and think it sounds like a song? Ben Brock Johnson takes us through some examples.
An Oven Which Sounds Like Usher and Other Musical Objects

Endless Thread

5 MINS

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Israeli journalist Amir Tibon lives on the Gaza border and tells how he hid his family to avoid being killed by Hamas during Saturday’s attack.
The Israeli Family Who Survived by Hiding from Hamas Terrorists

Radio Atlantic

4 MINS

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Jennette McCurdy wrote the celebrity book of the year in 2022, “I’m Glad My Mom Died.” Here, Jennette and Marc Maron discussed dealing with problematic parents.
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WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

4 MINS

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The director of 'Barbie' reveals how she got involved in the project, and how she straddled the adult-or-kids movie line.
Greta Gerwig Wrote the Craziest ‘Barbie’ Movie She Could

SmartLess

5 MINS

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Miwa Messner and Greta Johnsen picked Tania James’ ‘Loot’ as one of their favorites of the year.
The Best Book of 2023

Nerdette

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Brad Mielke attempts to work out what the Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year actually means.
Who Has “Rizz”?

Start Here

4 MINS

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California State Senator Steven Bradford reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King and the work ahead.
“I Wouldn’t Be Here if It Wasn’t Because of Dr. King”

KQED's The California Report

3 MINS

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King was at the head of the second voting rights march from Selma, Alabama in 1965. Though they were forced to turn back, King's leadership legitimized the protest and helped pass the Voting Rights Act.
King's Bravery at Selma

History Daily

4 MINS

"Beyond Vietnam" and MLK's Radical Vision

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King's activism went beyond civil rights to issues like the Vietnam War and global nonviolence, about which he delivered an expansive 1967 speech in a Manhattan church.
"Beyond Vietnam" and MLK's Radical Vision

This Day in Esoteric Political History

3 MINS

A Sculpture and King's Legacy of Love

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"The Embrace" is a bronze sculpture in Boston depicting MLK's arms intertwined with that of his wife, Coretta Scott King. Artist Hank Willis Thomas describes how the work embodies King's legacy of love.
A Sculpture and King's Legacy of Love

Here & Now Anytime

4 MINS

The Muscle of Optimism

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The Muscle of Optimism

Radio Headspace

2 MINS

Tactics to Build Habits

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Tactics to Build Habits

Radio Headspace

1 MIN

Robin Roberts on Remaining Optimistic

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Robin Roberts on Remaining Optimistic

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

3 MINS

Strategies for Hope

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Strategies for Hope

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

3 MINS

Healthy Rewards of Habit Building

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Healthy Rewards of Habit Building

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

1 MIN

MLK’s True Legacy Is Radical Love

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MLK’s True Legacy Is Radical Love

Notes from America

2 MINS

Tina Fey Reads George Saunders’ New Book

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‘Good One’ treated us to an excerpt of George Saunders’ new book ‘Liberation Day’ being read by Tina Fey.
Tina Fey Reads George Saunders’ New Book

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

4 MINS

King's Final Speech: Reaching the Promised Land

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King delivered his final speech the day before he was shot in 1968. Its subject, the idea of a "mountaintop" that the civil rights movement would eventually reach, is part of his enduring legacy.
King's Final Speech: Reaching the Promised Land

Radio Boston

6 MINS

Octogenarian Auteurs & Angelina Jolie as Maria Callas

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2024 will see new movies from Clint Eastwood, Paul Schrader and Albert Brooks. Plus, Angelina Jolie biopics Maria Callas.
Octogenarian Auteurs & Angelina Jolie as Maria Callas

The Big Picture

4 MINS

Williamsburg is the Center of Foodie Innovation, Yet Again

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Chef Dave Chang predicts the next restaurant revolutions will come from marginalized neighborhoods with low rents.
Williamsburg is the Center of Foodie Innovation, Yet Again

The Dave Chang Show

3 MINS

Benny Safdie on the Inspiration for 'The Curse'

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Benny Safdie talks to Sam Fragoso about his collaboration with Nathan Fielder on their new show 'The Curse.'
Benny Safdie on the Inspiration for 'The Curse'

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

6 MINS

How Kevin Hart Went from Cameo Man to Superstar

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Kevin Hart had small roles in lots of movies before the public started to realize just how funny he is.
How Kevin Hart Went from Cameo Man to Superstar

What Now? with Trevor Noah

3 MINS

Stuck in the Desert

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Mike Reiss loves visiting places that most people wouldn't dream of going to. But sometimes, that can lead to trouble, such as his New Year's Eve adventure in Namibia.
Stuck in the Desert

Really? no, Really?

3 MINS

How 'Dumb Starbucks' Came To Be

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One of the most infamous episodes of Nathan for You features a coffee shop being rebranded as 'Dumb Starbucks.' Hear about how that idea was formed.
How 'Dumb Starbucks' Came To Be

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

5 MINS

The Yemeni People’s Complicated Relationship with the Houthis

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As the U.S. and U.K. continue air strikes against the Houthis, the civilians in Yemen support the rebels, even though they know it puts them in danger.
The Yemeni People’s Complicated Relationship with the Houthis

The Take

5 MINS

The Distinctive Appeal of Art Basel Miami Beach

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When Art Basel expanded to Miami in 2002, it created a fair that amplified Latin American art - and that was simply lots of fun.
The Distinctive Appeal of Art Basel Miami Beach

Monocle on Culture

6 MINS

Woodstock ‘99’s Sanitation Problem

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Woodstock ‘99 was supposed to be a repeat of the love and peace of the iconic festival. But it definitely didn’t turn out that way.
Woodstock ‘99’s Sanitation Problem

The Big Flop

3 MINS

“I Got Mouth Bangs”

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Sam Sanders reveals how he got over the death of his mother and a break-up with the help of a moustache.
“I Got Mouth Bangs”

Vibe Check

1 MIN

My Brother’s Microscope

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Fergus writes to Simon Mayo with a confession from his childhood that he finally wants to own up to.
My Brother’s Microscope

Simon Mayo's Confessions

4 MINS

Arsenal Need a Killer

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Ian Wright calls on Arsenal to buy a deadly striker or their season will go off the rails.
Arsenal Need a Killer

Wrighty's House

5 MINS

Amy Lawrence Hails Arsenal’s Control

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Amy Lawrence says Arsenal showed far more control than in previous meetings against Manchester City.
Amy Lawrence Hails Arsenal’s Control

The Daily Transfer Briefing

3 MINS

Arsenal Fans’ Joy at Last-Gasp Win

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Johnny Cochrane and Matt Kandela were still buzzing after Arsenal’s dramatic victory over Manchester United.
Arsenal Fans’ Joy at Last-Gasp Win

THE ARSENAL OPINION - BY LE GROVE

2 MINS

Lisa Ann Walter Has It All

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Lisa Ann Walter was a touring comic with a very young baby. She tells Nicole Byer how she coped as a working mom.
Lisa Ann Walter Has It All

Why Won't You Date Me? with Nicole Byer

4 MINS

The Story Behind Sheryl Lee Ralph’s Epic Emmy Acceptance Speech

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When Sheryl Lee Ralph won an Emmy for ‘Abbott Elementary,’ she sang her acceptance speech and it went down in history as one of the most iconic of all time.
The Story Behind Sheryl Lee Ralph’s Epic Emmy Acceptance Speech

Don't Ask Tig

2 MINS

Tyler James Williams on Winning Awards for ‘Abbott Elementary’

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Tyler James Williams has been in the industry since he was four, but his role in ‘Abbott Elementary’ was the first to win him awards.
Tyler James Williams on Winning Awards for ‘Abbott Elementary’

Variety Awards Circuit

4 MINS

How Do You Name Them Apples?

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Granny Smith, Pink Pearl, Cat's Head... just where do the names of apples come from? Helen Zaltzman dives into their origins.
How Do You Name Them Apples?

The Allusionist

5 MINS

The Amazing Origin of “Stealing My Thunder”

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The phrase “stealing my thunder” has a remarkable story behind it. From The Allusionist podcast.
The Amazing Origin of “Stealing My Thunder”

The Allusionist

1 MIN
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1920s Fanciful Slang

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Why sayings like the bee’s knees and cat’s pajamas caught on while other fanciful slang did not.
1920s Fanciful Slang

The Allusionist

1 MIN
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Pranking The New York Times

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Ahead of April Fool’s Day, here’s a reminder that everyone can be pranked - even the New York Times.
Pranking The New York Times

The Allusionist

3 MINS

You’ve Been Saying Khaleesi Wrong...

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The inventor of the Game Of Thrones languages Dothraki and Valyrian explains how you should be pronouncing the words he invented.
You’ve Been Saying Khaleesi Wrong...

The Allusionist

3 MINS

The Word ‘Woman’ Doesn’t Come from The Word ‘Man’

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Helen Zaltzman reveals the history of the word ‘woman’ - and surprisingly, it’s not based on the word ‘man’.
The Word ‘Woman’ Doesn’t Come from The Word ‘Man’

The Allusionist

1 MIN

How Trump Has Changed Language Forever

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Donald Trump has changed the way this Constitutional Law Professor teaches. But not in the way you’d think.
How Trump Has Changed Language Forever

The Allusionist

3 MINS

'Abbott Elementary' & Where Black TV Is Heading

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NPR critics Alisha Harris, Stephen Thompson and Kiana Fitzgerald discuss the ABC sitcom ‘“Abbot Elementary” and the current state of Black television.
'Abbott Elementary' & Where Black TV Is Heading

Pop Culture Happy Hour

2 MINS

Sheryl Lee Ralph on how she got back to acting in Abbott Elementary

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Sheryl Lee Ralph on the inspirations for her role in Abbott Elementary and how she got back into acting.
Sheryl Lee Ralph on how she got back to acting in Abbott Elementary

Fresh Air

3 MINS

Emily Blunt on Christopher Nolan, "The Quiet Conductor"

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In Emily Blunt's experience, what sets Christopher Nolan apart as a director is the sense of calm he manages to build on set.
Emily Blunt on Christopher Nolan, "The Quiet Conductor"

Little Gold Men by Vanity Fair

2 MINS

Pickleball’s New Reality TV Show

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Pickleball’s first ever reality TV show was filmed in 2023 and is yet to be released. Hosts Chris Olson and Will Chaing discuss what it could look like.
Pickleball’s New Reality TV Show

Pickleball Studio Podcast

3 MINS

Laufey Is a Social Media Master

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In this day and age, artists have to get creative when marketing themselves. Singer-songwriter Laufey discusses how she’s done it.
Laufey Is a Social Media Master

Norah Jones Is Playing Along

5 MINS

The Picasso vs. Cezanne Theory of Creativity

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Malcolm Gladwell discusses the difference between the two types of genius exhibited by artists Picasso and Cezanne.
The Picasso vs. Cezanne Theory of Creativity

Revisionist History

5 MINS

How The Roots Came to Be

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Black Thought talks with Wyatt Cenac about going to high school with Questlove in Philly.
How The Roots Came to Be

Talkhouse Podcast

3 MINS

Zach Woods Loved Arguing with his Brother

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Zach Woods Loved Arguing with his Brother

Family Trips with the Meyers Brothers

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Larry David Has an Idea to Improve Parties

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Unsurprisingly, Larry David is not a fan of parties. But he does have a brilliant idea for making them better… party sheriffs.
Larry David Has an Idea to Improve Parties

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

6 MINS

Falling In Love Over an Octopus

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Zoology student Devon Kodzis was always trying to impress men with animal facts and it never worked. So at a party, she decided she was going to try a different tactic...
Falling In Love Over an Octopus

The Story Collider

6 MINS

Urban Designers Want to Stop You from Getting Comfortable

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Unpleasant design is the practice of designing to stop an unwanted behavior. And we’ve all seen it in action with public benches. Roman Mars explains on 99% Invisible.
Urban Designers Want to Stop You from Getting Comfortable

99% Invisible

2 MINS

“Parenting Joke Jeodardy” with Ophira Eisenberg

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Ophira Eisenberg makes parenting funny, but how good is she at recognizing dad jokes?
“Parenting Joke Jeodardy” with Ophira Eisenberg

The Puzzler with A.J. Jacobs

5 MINS

No, Fortune Cookies Are Not Chinese

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You go to a Chinese restaurant in America and it will end with a fortune cookie. But in China? Not so much.
No, Fortune Cookies Are Not Chinese

Gastropod

5 MINS

Carbonara: An American Dish Born in Italy

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Many of us think Italians have been eating carbonara for centuries. But it is far newer than that, and is as American as it is Roman.
Carbonara: An American Dish Born in Italy

The Sporkful

3 MINS

The Sound of the Telecaster

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The Sound of the Telecaster

The High Gain

4 MINS

A Secret to Booking Cheap Flights

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Scott Keyes, founder of the airfare newsletter Going, reveals his "flight-first" approach to saving lots of money on flights.
A Secret to Booking Cheap Flights

The Art of Manliness

5 MINS

Remembering the Great Richard Lewis

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Comedian Richard Lewis passed away last week after a spectacular career of more than 50 years. Here’s a classic interview with Terry Gross from 1988.
Remembering the Great Richard Lewis

Fresh Air

5 MINS

The Architecture of Sleep

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Believe it or not, there’s more to sleep than going to bed, closing your eyes and waking up the next morning.
The Architecture of Sleep

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

3 MINS

Beyond All Repair

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Beyond All Repair

Beyond All Repair

3 MINS

Jacqueline Novak's Most Memorable Neighbor Experience

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Jacqueline tells about tht she saw her neighbor get 'eaten' by the garage door.
Jacqueline Novak's Most Memorable Neighbor Experience

Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out

4 MINS

Movie Theater Epiphanies

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In one of the classic 'Poog' episodes, dynamic duo Jacqueline Novak and Kate Berlant discuss the spiritual experience of going to the movie theater.
Movie Theater Epiphanies

Poog with Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak

6 MINS

Travis from San Quentin

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Travis from San Quentin

Ear Hustle

3 MINS

Within the Ocean, You’re Going Everywhere

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Pat, a senior prisoner, shares what it’s like to age in prison and what she wishes her last memory to be.
Within the Ocean, You’re Going Everywhere

Ear Hustle

5 MINS

Joe Coulombe Starts Trader Joe's

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In 1967, Joe Coulombe thought Americans' palettes were expanding amid international travel, so he started his namesake gourmet grocery store, the deeply popular Trader Joe's.
Joe Coulombe Starts Trader Joe's

Business Wars Daily

4 MINS

Phil Knight Fills a Sporting Need

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Collegiate runner Phil Knight knew that his old track coach, Bill Bowerman, was looking for better shoes for his team. So Knight flew to Japan and began his journey building the iconic sportwear company Nike.
Phil Knight Fills a Sporting Need

Masters of Scale

5 MINS

Coca-Cola's Somber Origins

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John S. Pemberton developed the recipe for Coca-Cola as a cure for modern ailments, including his addiction to morphine. But he fell ill and was forced to sell the recipe just as it took off.
Coca-Cola's Somber Origins

History Daily

4 MINS

Disney Animation's Early Days

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Before Disneyland and the beloved films, Walt Disney was a bankrupt young adult with a penchant for animation.
Disney Animation's Early Days

History Extra podcast

4 MINS

Ray Kroc's Big Swing

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The McDonald brothers had a thriving burger restaurant but no plans to expand. Salesman Ray Kroc caught wind and made them an offer that would change American cultural history.
Ray Kroc's Big Swing

Business Wars

4 MINS

The Incident Which Started Roy Wood Jr.’s Comedy Career

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Roy Wood Jr. was arrested for stealing a credit card at 19 years old, and that incident ended up kickstarting his career in stand-up.
The Incident Which Started Roy Wood Jr.’s Comedy Career

Choice Words with Samantha Bee

4 MINS

Inside the Viral Willy Wonka Experience

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When Glasgow held “Willy’s Chocolate Experience,” children were so excited. But the event did not live up to the AI-created images that were promised.
Inside the Viral Willy Wonka Experience

The Big Flop

5 MINS

When People Get Back at John Oliver

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John Oliver makes a living taking people to task. And sometimes, they decide to get revenge. For example, Russell Crowe and the town of Danbury, Connecticut.
When People Get Back at John Oliver

SmartLess

4 MINS

Wayne Knight’s Hilarious Stories About Basic Instinct and Jurassic Park

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The very funny Wayne Knight, best known as Newman from ‘Seinfeld,’ regales Jason Alexander with stories about two of his most famous movies.
Wayne Knight’s Hilarious Stories About Basic Instinct and Jurassic Park

Really? no, Really?

4 MINS

How Tig Notaro Bonded with Her Wife Stephanie

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As she releases a brand new comedy special on Netflix, Tig Notaro tells Marc Maron the hilarious story of how she fell in love with her now-wife, Stephanie.
How Tig Notaro Bonded with Her Wife Stephanie

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

2 MINS

Estee Lauder's Beauty Empire

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Before her eponymous company became a cosmetics giant, Estee Lauder was a scrappy businesswoman selling her creams to New York department stores.
Estee Lauder's Beauty Empire

Womanica

4 MINS

Littles Take On Litter

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Seven-year-old Judy Jelly leads the Clean Girls Club. They’re doing their part to take care of the environment.
Littles Take On Litter

The Best Advice Show

1 MIN

Does St. Louis’ Decline Show the Future of U.S. Cities?

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The largest city in Missouri is in a “doom loop,” with an empty business district and abandoned buildings. And other cities might end up like this too.
Does St. Louis’ Decline Show the Future of U.S. Cities?

The Journal.

5 MINS

How the "Urban Doom Loop" Takes Root

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Business school professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh explains the logic of his term "urban doom loop": a new potential threat for US cities brought on by the pandemic and technological change.
How the "Urban Doom Loop" Takes Root

Post Reports

4 MINS

Say More with Dr? Sheila

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Amy Poehler stars as Dr? Sheila, a counsellor trying to counsel a couple worried about infidelity... and using the O.J. Simpson "If I did it" method.
Say More with Dr? Sheila

The Chris Chatman Do-Over

5 MINS

Violent Crime is Dropping but Americans Feel Less Safe

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Violent crime is down in many US cities after an uptick during the pandemic. But due to other problems like homelessness and drug use, many Americans think the opposite.
Violent Crime is Dropping but Americans Feel Less Safe

Consider This from NPR

5 MINS

To Revive NYC and Other Cities, Look to Housing

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Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh believes that there is a valuable solution at hand for US cities like New York to combat the "urban doom loop": new housing policies.
To Revive NYC and Other Cities, Look to Housing

The Brian Lehrer Show

2 MINS

Saving Downtown San Francisco

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Rather than trying to revive an old version of downtown San Francisco, city leaders envision a brand new neighborhood built around nightlife and entertainment.
Saving Downtown San Francisco

The Bay

2 MINS

How Larry David Got Out of the Army

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After college, Larry David endured the worst days of his life as an Army Reserve. This is how he managed to get out of it.
How Larry David Got Out of the Army

SmartLess

4 MINS

The Worst Love Letter Ever Written

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Dave had a huge crush on a girl at his school called Lesley, so decided to write her a letter. Fifteen years later, he read back the embarrassing text live on stage.
The Worst Love Letter Ever Written

The Mortified Podcast

6 MINS

Jerry Seinfeld Is Doing for Pop Tarts What Barbie Did for Mattel

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Jerry Seinfeld’s new movie ‘Unfrosted’ could do for Pop Tarts what the Barbie movie did for sales of the doll. Except… Kellogg’s knew nothing about this movie.
Jerry Seinfeld Is Doing for Pop Tarts What Barbie Did for Mattel

The New Yorker Radio Hour

5 MINS

Benny Blanco’s Guide to Being a Music Producer

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benny blanco has produced songs for some of the biggest music artists in the world, and he has a unique way of getting the best out of a singer.
Benny Blanco’s Guide to Being a Music Producer

The Sporkful

2 MINS

Biden’s Beef with the New York Times

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Why are the New York Times and Joe Biden sending barbs at each other. Politico Playbook looks at the simmering row between the two.
Biden’s Beef with the New York Times

POLITICO Playbook Daily Briefing

3 MINS

Why Trump’s VP Pick Really Matters

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Donald Trump’s Veep pick will be the frontrunner to be President in 2028. But to do that, candidates will have to go along with everything Trump wants.
Why Trump’s VP Pick Really Matters

Politix

3 MINS

The Future of the New York Improv Scene

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Philip Markle, director of the Brooklyn Comedy Collective, talks about his improv philosophy and what inspired him to start the theater.
The Future of the New York Improv Scene

There It Is Podcast

4 MINS

ALT: The Monoscene

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Christ Rutherford and ___ talk about one of the more challenging of long form improv forms.
ALT: The Monoscene

Improv, Beat by Beat

5 MINS

ALT: How Improv Can Help With Small Talk

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Host Matt Abrahams and guests play an improv game called Gibberish Translation to show why improv can help with communication skills.
ALT: How Improv Can Help With Small Talk

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques

5 MINS

What It’s Like Covering Trump’s Hush Money Trial

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What It’s Like Covering Trump’s Hush Money Trial

Inside the Hive by Vanity Fair

4 MINS

Will a $9,000 Fine Stop Trump From Breaking his Gag Order?

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Former prosecutor Ken White believes the judge will sent Donald Trump to jail if he continues to break the gag order during his hush money trial.
Will a $9,000 Fine Stop Trump From Breaking his Gag Order?

Serious Trouble

3 MINS

Jacqueline Novak's Use of Metaphor

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Jesse David Fox and Jacqueline Novak talk about her use of metaphor in her stand-up special 'Get On Your Knees.'
Jacqueline Novak's Use of Metaphor

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

4 MINS

The "Get On Your Knees" Uniform

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Jacqueline talks about why she has such an unassuming uniform for her new comedy special "Get On Your Knees," and also discusses why she speaks so fast.
The "Get On Your Knees" Uniform

The New Yorker Radio Hour

4 MINS

Movie Theater Epiphanies

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In one of the classic 'Poog' episodes, dynamic duo Jacqueline Novak and Kate Berlant discuss the spiritual experience of going to the movie theater.
Movie Theater Epiphanies

Poog with Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak

6 MINS

The Uppermost Pringle

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Kate and Jacqueline philosophize about the positioning of chips in a Pringle can.
The Uppermost Pringle

Poog with Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak

3 MINS

Jacqueline Novak on Weight Gain

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We've all had weight fluctuations as we've grown older. And for someone like Jacqueline Novak, who spends a lot of time in the spotlight, body changes tend to go more documented than most.
Jacqueline Novak on Weight Gain

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

6 MINS

Are Open Marriages Now Mainstream?

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It wasn’t long ago that “wife-swapping” was done behind closed doors. But has polyamory now gone mainstream?
Are Open Marriages Now Mainstream?

Today in Focus

4 MINS
ALT

Listening to Nature in Prison

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A San Quentin resident muses on the wild animals he can see and hear from behind bars.
Listening to Nature in Prison

Ear Hustle

3 MINS

Inside a Death Row Cell

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Al Watson spent 29 years on death row. He explains what life was like in his cell, and what his first night was like after getting off the row.
Inside a Death Row Cell

Ear Hustle

3 MINS

How To Make Pizza in a Prison Cell

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A resident at San Quentin explains how he figured out how to make New York-style pizza in his prison cell.
How To Make Pizza in a Prison Cell

Ear Hustle

1 MIN

A Sex Trafficker and a Sex Trafficking Victim Speak

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Sara served 19 years for killing her trafficker. L.A. has been in prison for 22 years for sex trafficking. Here's their conversation.
A Sex Trafficker and a Sex Trafficking Victim Speak

Ear Hustle

6 MINS

Finding Pets in Prison

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San Quentin resident Ronell “Rauch” Draper has made connections with animals that have wandered into his cell.
Finding Pets in Prison

Ear Hustle

4 MINS

Prisoners in Thailand Lifted by ‘Ear Hustle’

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A mother sends transcripts of the Ear Hustle podcast to her son in a Thai jail.
Prisoners in Thailand Lifted by ‘Ear Hustle’

Ear Hustle

4 MINS

Walking the Track

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Travis uses his long walks around the running track in San Quentin to meditate and reflect.
Walking the Track

Ear Hustle

3 MINS

Once You’re in the Ocean

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Pat shares what it’s like to age in prison and what she wishes her last memory will be.
Once You’re in the Ocean

Ear Hustle

5 MINS

Jacqueline Novak Wants to Haunt a House

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From her special 'Get On Your Knees,' Jacqueline muses about how she want to be seen in the afterlife.
Jacqueline Novak Wants to Haunt a House

Netflix Is A Daily Joke

2 MINS

Jacqueline Novak on Weight Gain

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We've all had weight fluctuations as we've grown older. And for someone like Jacqueline Novak, who spends a lot of time in the spotlight, body changes tend to go more documented than most.
Jacqueline Novak on Weight Gain

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

6 MINS

How to Keep on Running Through the Winter

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How to Keep on Running Through the Winter

The Running Channel Podcast

2 MINS

How Running Change Your Life

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How Running Change Your Life

The Running Channel Podcast

6 MINS

Society’s Tricky Relationship with Money

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Kiley Reid’s debut novel “Such a Fun Age” was a New York Times bestseller. Now she’s back with her follow-up “Come and Get It” and she’s exploring how we interact with money.
Society’s Tricky Relationship with Money

Nerdette

3 MINS

Miranda July’s New Rules for Middle-Aged Women

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Movie director Miranda July has a new book out, ‘All Fours,’ centered around the miracle of being a middle-aged woman.
Miranda July’s New Rules for Middle-Aged Women

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