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June 30, 2022

The best podcast moments in news, culture and more, curated by Hark editors each day.

The best podcast moments in news, culture and more, curated by Hark editors each day.

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The Most Explosive January 6 Testimony Yet

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Cassie Hutchinson, a mid-level official in the White House, gave evidence to the January 6 hearings, and it may have been the smoking gun the committee was looking for.
The Most Explosive January 6 Testimony Yet

Post Reports

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“Why Are People Acting So Weird?”

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Olga Khazan discusses an article she wrote for ‘The Atlantic’ about why crime, “unruly passenger” incidents, and other types of strange behavior have all soared recently.
“Why Are People Acting So Weird?”

Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast

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The Problem with ‘Elvis’

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Pop critic, author, and media professor, Jack Hamilton reveals what’s wrong with Baz Luhrmann’s biopic ‘Elvis’, starring Tom Hanks.
The Problem with ‘Elvis’

Culture Gabfest

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Why Do the French Count So Funny?

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Sixty-ten, sixty-eleven, sixty-twelve… Why is French counting so different from the rest of the world? Tim Harford looks for the answers.
Why Do the French Count So Funny?

More or Less: Behind the Stats

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Carthusian Monks & the Drama of Chartreuse

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In the 1700s, a group of silent monks in southeast France created Chartreuse, an elixir-turned-liqueur. Managing Producer and cocktail aficionado Yumi Araki digs into the history of the spirit that wouldn’t die.
Carthusian Monks & the Drama of Chartreuse

Proof

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