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Part two of the Bolivian plane crash mystery
A conversation with the beloved radio host
A witty, kind & surprisingly deep conversation
Courage and creativity emerging from crisis
Journalism meets medicine meets love story
The joy of an “awesome natural spectacle”
Things left unsaid, between parent and child
Reveal’s thoughtful lens on the Pulse tragedy
The women behind home pregnancy tests
A vision for a whites-only, post-America nation
On the season premiere of The Truth, Dan's college roommate won't stop talking.... even when he's asleep. Dan learns to take advantage of this.
Host Dr. Michelle Thaller tells us the sun seems like a benign, even friendly celestial body. But just as sun decided when life on Earth could begin, it will also decide when life on Earth will definitely end.
Would you tell a friend what you get paid? Would you do it if you knew it would help her get paid more fairly? Meredith Rollins, editor-in-chief of Redbook magazine, has done it — and says you should, too.
Michael Ian Black chats with with Sonia Manzano, best known as “Maria” on Sesame Street, who she played for 44 years. In a humorous and heartfelt conversation, she opens up about her early days on the iconic children’s program, and how she escaped a difficult childhood in the South Bronx.
Tim Ferriss is best-selling author, kickboxing champion, horseback archer and the first American in history to hold a Guinness World Record in tango. In this episode, Ferriss talks about the origins and evolution of his uniquely aggressive approach to body experimentation and self-improvement.
A philosopher of ecology, Joanna Macy’s path wound from the CIA to Tibetan Buddhism, to translating the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke. Now in her 80s, Joanna Macy says we are at a pivotal moment in history—with possibilities of unraveling, or of creating, a life-sustaining human society.
Michael Ian Black chats with Chuck Klosterman about finding his place as one of America's best-loved cultural critics. Spoiler alert: his favorite snack is frozen cocoa krispies with milk and half and half.
The new OUTSIDE podcast kicks off with a "Science of Survival" series, chronicling how to survive the most harrowing life or death situations. This episode tells a story of being frozen to the point of near death. It is truly gripping, with great music and an awesome female narrator to boot.
Elizabeth decides to donate her kidney to a stranger. Hear the whole story, from both the donor and recipient, over the course of three episodes. Then check out a fourth bonus episode about passionate listener responses.
Inside the Temp Industry. Business is booming for staffing agencies across the US—the temporary jobs sector is one of our fastest-growing industries. But there's another side to this world: a blatant system of racial discrimination.
Bowie, Our Alien Rockstar. How can you turn yourself into Ziggy Stardust and then walk away from the spectacle? Here's the logic according to David Bowie from a 1988 interview.
Behind Martin Luther King, Jr., John Ridley—12 Years a Slave Oscar winner—joins host David Brancaccio to discuss why Gary Wills’ wrenching 1968 portrait of King continues to resonate today, what has changed in America since it was written, and what still needs to change.
Santa runs for President, with comedian Rachel Dratch playing his campaign manager. Santa, the non-politician who, for generations, has been making Americans’ dreams come true.
The newest podcast from PRX and astronomer Michelle Thaller. Why do we give aliens the credit for everything we can't explain?