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Pastime Favorites

Some of our favorite podcasts

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    Pastime Favorites

    Jan 15 2021

  • Today, Explained / The first global vaccination

    Was distributed by 22 orphans.Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  • Up First / Friday, Jan. 15, 2021

    The incoming Biden-Harris administration has big plans. They want $1.9 trillion in new spending to help Americans. State capitals across the United States are bracing for potential unrest. The FBI warns of scenes similar to January 6th. Are state and local law enforcement prepared? And nearly seven years after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, those responsible are now being held accountable. Nine former and current officials have been indicted.

  • The Daily / ‘Rankly Unfit’: The View From a Republican Who Voted to Impeach

    This episode contains strong language. Three days after being sworn into Congress, Representative Peter Meijer, Republican of Michigan, was sitting in the gallery of the House of Representatives as pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol.After the siege, Mr. Meijer made his feelings clear: President Trump’s actions proved that he was “rankly unfit.” A week later, he became one of just a handful of Republicans to vote for impeachment.We talk with Mr. Meijer about his decision, his party and his amb...more

  • On Being with Krista Tippett / Nikki Giovanni — 'We Go Forward With a Sanity and a Love'

    It feels good and right this week to sit with the beloved writer Nikki Giovanni’s signature mix of high seriousness, sweeping perspective, and insistent pleasure. In the 1960s, she was a poet of the Black Arts Movement that nourished civil rights. She’s also a professor at Virginia Tech, where she brought beauty and courage after the 2007 shooting there. And she’s an adored voice to a new generation — an enthusiastic elder to us all — at home in her body and in the world of her lifetime even whi...more

  • The Totally Football Show with James Richardson / Battle of the sixes

    The top two clash in the Premier League as Liverpool host Manchester United. Will the Reds knock Ole’s men off their perch? Will it boil down to a battle between Paul Pogba (passing university) versus a Thiago inexplicably making his home debut.Elsewhere, it’s the first Black Country derby in 9 years, enough to make any Wolves fan who remembers the last one nervous.Duncan makes the argument that Sheffield United can stay up. Because of vibes more so than numbers. Meanwhile Fulham are having fun ...more

  • Reply All / #171 Account Suspended

    The President is no longer allowed to Tweet. PJ and Alex sit down with their boss to explain what that means, how it happened, and what might happen next. Plus -- an upset listener berates our climate reporter.Click here to listen to How to Save a Planet

  • Sway / Food Delivery Is Keeping Uber Alive. Will It Kill Restaurants?

    Uber’s chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi, is charging toward a world in which food is delivered through apps like Uber Eats and “a driver may be human or may be software.” On the way, he acknowledges, “the human consequences can be painful.” Uber is not profitable yet, but its deep pockets and vast infrastructure give it power over independent restaurants and individual drivers. He says, “Do I feel guilty about it? No.”On this episode of “Sway,” Kara Swisher asks Mr. Khosrowshahi about the plig...more

  • TrueAnon / Episode 129: Blood Men Pt. 1

    With deposed President Donald Jonald Trump pardoning the Biden 4, we take a walk down memory lane to discuss the Nisour Square massacre, the history of Blackwater, private military contracting, and the Iraq war.

  • Song Exploder / Yusuf / Cat Stevens - Father and Son

    The legendary singer/songwriter Yusuf / Cat Stevens released his first album in 1967. He’s a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and his albums have sold millions. In 2020, he released Tea for the Tillerman², a re-imagining of his hit 1970 album Tea for the Tillerman. In the song “Father & Son,” he sings a duet between the two title characters, doing both voices. But in the 2020 version, he approached this song in a kind of astonishing way—he recorded the part of the father, but for ...more

  • Twenty Thousand Hertz / #114 | Synesthesia

    Synesthesia is a neurological condition where one sensory experience gets combined with another, meaning someone might hear sounds when they eat, or see colors when they listen to music. So what exactly is synesthesia? And what’s it like to go through life with these unique sensory connections? Featuring the voices of neuroscientist Dr. Richard Cytowic and five people with synesthesia.Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit.Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate.To get your 20...more

  • Unchained / Willy Woo: How Bitcoin Reaches up to $300,000 by End of Year - Ep.207

    Willy Woo, a prominent on-chain Bitcoin analyst and author of the “The Bitcoin Forecast,” a market intelligence newsletter, explains the parabolic activity of Bitcoin in the past month. We cover:  why he thinks Bitcoin has more than doubled in the last month what the "double pump" market is and why Bitcoin may see two rallies this cycle what stage of the Bitcoin bull market we are currently in who is buying, and how they've differed from previous investors who still is yet to buy this cycle why...more

  • How I Built This with Guy Raz / Patreon: Jack Conte and Sam Yam

    As part of the band Pomplamoose, musician Jack Conte had a sizeable fan base in the late 2000s and was making thousands of dollars a month from iTunes sales. But when streaming services like Spotify took over the music scene, Jack's income dwindled. So he called up his college roommate Sam Yam, who had spent his post-college years launching startup after startup. Together, Sam and Jack created Patreon, a platform where artists' most passionate fans can sponsor them for just a few dollars a month...more

  • The New Yorker: Fiction / Chang-rae Lee Reads Steven Millhauser

    Chang-rae Lee joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Coming Soon,” by Steven Millhauser, which appeared in a 2013 issue of the magazine. Lee’s sixth novel, “My Year Abroad,” will be published in February.

  • Passenger List / Fasten your seatbelt

    Prepare for some turbulence. Passenger List Season Two, starring Kelly Marie Tran, Ben Daniels, Rob Benedict and Colin Morgan is scheduled for arrival spring 2021.

  • Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill / BONUS: Universal Enemy — Scholar Daryl Li on the Relationship Between Transnational Jihadists and U.S. Empire

    In this special bonus episode of Intercepted, we take an in-depth look at one of the most consequential eras of modern history, the late 1980s and early 1990s. The Berlin Wall fell in 1989, as the Soviet Union crumbled. The Russian occupation of Afghanistan came to an end, thanks in no small part to the covert and overt involvement of the United States. Bill Clinton brought an end to 12 years of Republican rule, defeating the former CIA director George HW Bush. And with Clinton’s two terms in of...more

  • Embedded / Essential Mitch: The Judges

    Mitch McConnell has consistently rejected the rules and norms that once guided Supreme Court nominations. He says he's taken his cue from the Democrats. This week, we dig into the history that shaped Mitch McConnell's views on judicial nominations.

  • a16z / The Machine That Made the Vaccine: Company, Platform, Innovation

    In this special episode of Bio Eats World -- which aired right after the FDA authorized Moderna's mRNA vaccine for emergency use -- Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel tells the story of not just the vaccine’s development, but the machine that made the vaccine: the platform, the technology, and the moves behind the vaccine’s development.How does this new technology that uses mRNA work; why is this such a fundamental shift in the world of drug development; and where will this technology go next? https://...more

  • Caliphate / An Examination of 'Caliphate'

    Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The Times, discusses where “Caliphate” failed to meet Times standards. And Mark Mazzetti, an investigative correspondent for The Times, details new reporting that casts significant doubt on the claims of a central figure in the series.Editors' Note: The Times has published an Editors’ Note concluding that episodes featuring a central character in “Caliphate” did not meet our standards for accuracy. Read the full statement.