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    Jan 18 2018

  • How to problem solve - the ultimate problem

    Neuroscientist Robert Burton reckons our brains simply aren’t up to tackling the problems of the complexity of modern life. Could collective intelligence help?

  • Bojack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg on Netflix (Encore)

    Recorded live at the Video Junkee 2017 Festival in Sydney, the creator of the dark animation talks about working with Netflix, crafting a show about depression in the movie business and much much more.

  • Work-life balance special: rethink your career, combating fatigue, and the benefits of active rest

    Starting your own business in mid-life. The Great Fatigue Crisis. Rest, play and creativity.

  • Oh dear David - very unlike you!

    A little bit extra, every weekday morning, from LBC's longest-serving presenter.

  • Retro AMT79

    Available for one month only, here's a classic episode from the AMT vaults: from 11 December 2008, it's episode 79! Featuring the first appearance of Olly's cat Coco, and the first and last appearance of Olly's Nintendo Wii, which has been playing by itself in the loft ever since. The original post about this episode is at http://answermethispodcast.com/episode79.  You can find the most recent episodes of Answer Me This at http://answermethispodcast.com and buy the first 200 episodes at http://a...more

  • Dr Henry Miller: Flu drives hospitals into 'war zone' conditions: Tents on the street in California, 'state of emergency' in Alabama, and Boston is using GATORADE to plug shortage of IV drips

    (Photo: Opposition to vaccination: James Gillray's “The Cow-Pock—or—the Wonderful Effects of the New Inoculation!,” an 1802 caricature of vaccinated patients who feared it would make them sprout cowlike appendages) • Hospitals in Southern California have set up emergency tents in their parking lot to treat the influx of flu patients - a scene that looks like a 'war zone' • The state has been hit hard with the flu and reported 40 deaths in patients under 65 but the number continues t...more

  • Lesson #034, Thursday

    lettera = letter discorso = speech stanza = room lezione = lesson giornale = newspaper lingua = language, tongue ogni = every sempre = always oggi = today ieri = yesterday domani = tomorrow dopodomani = day after tomorrow per = for se = if

  • NPR News: 01-18-2018 2AM ET

    NPR News: 01-18-2018 2AM ET

  • 07:00 GMT

    Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

  • #551 - Jim Florentine

    jim Florentine, Comedian, host of the "Comedy Metal Midgets" podcast and the author of the new book "Everybody is Awful (Except You!)," joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio. This podcast is brought to you by:   Blue Apron: Go to blueapron.com/JOEY to get your first three meals for free (a $30 value) and free shipping!   Hellotushy.com - Go to Hellotushy.com/church for 10% off of your order and stop using nasty toilet paper forever!   O...more

  • EP2412: Boston Blackie: The Willibrand Diamonds

    Blackie tries to recover stolen jewels. Original Air Date: January 28, 1947 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

  • AOW 67 Kenny Omega 11-3-2011

    [r] The conversation with Colt and Kenny occurred in late 2011. Kenny was a regular for DDT and wasn't the NJPW star that he is today. Hear his thoughts on wrestling from that time in his life. Plus, Colt talks about present day stuff with his week on the wrestling road. Sponsor: www.SquareSpace.com (code: COLT)

  • A Royal Slashing

    YESTERDAY’S NEWS --Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told from historic newspapers in the golden age of yellow journalism...The Murder Of The Duchess Of PraslinEpisode 213 is dedicated to listener Clare Stevenson, who reached out after watching the 1940 movie “All This, And Heaven, Too,” the story of a scandalous murder in the courts of France that helped precipitate the French Revolution. Based on dispatches to London, the real story is not quite the Hollywood version, but I ca...more

  • Pierce Brown live interview for IRON GOLD

    StorySmack Episode #34 http://http://media.blubrry.com/scottsigler/media.libsyn.com/scottsigler/33_StorySmack_Episode_33_-_Pierce_Brown_and_IRON_GOLD.mp3 Scott interviews #1 New York Times bestseller Pierce Brown as Pierce kicked off his world tour for IRON GOLD, volume IV in the Red Rising saga. Recorded live at Mysterious Galaxy Books in San Diego, the exact site of Pierce’s very first appearance as an unknown author in 2014. Pierce talks about his new work, his struggles to get publishe...more

  • Good Stuff Sports #13 – John Teljeur (Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships)

    The Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships! What are the Canadian Pond Hockey Championships? You’ll need to listen to the source, John Teljeur, teach us about what makes Pond Hockey different. It sounds like a complete blast. In fact, it sounds like “Pondemonium” (that’s not my joke. I wish I were that clever).

  • Leave Your Legacy

    I constantly think about the fact that the only definite thing in this world is what we leave behind. Money comes and goes, belongings eventually break or get thrown out, but what people say about you will never change. This got me thinking about an amazing episode I did with Ray Lewis. Ray has been leaving a legacy not just in football, but to the world. On this 5 Minute Friday, we hear some of the most inspirational words about how anyone can leave a legacy and fulfilled life behin...more

  • Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s 3 with Alana Johnston

    Canadian actress/comedian and the self-anointed “Knife” Alana Johnston (The Birthday Boys, UCB) reviews her first dining experience at Mitch and Wiger’s beloved Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s. The trio try out some murderously spicy jerky in another edition of Hot or Not.

  • Bernstein, Made for TV

    On January 18, 1958, the first Leonard Bernstein "Young People's Concert" was broadcast live on television. Through the 1960s, the programs took off and were seen in 40 countries, alongside American exports "The Flintstones" and "Bonanza." WNYC's Sara Fishko considers Bernstein's TV-friendly presence, in this episode of Fishko Files. Leonard Bernstein at 100 celebrates the centenary of Bernstein's birth with global events through 2019.

  • Boycotting the State of the Union, and the Consumer Electronics Show

    Sarah Schweinsberg reports about why some lawmakers have said they will not attend President Trump's State of the Union address. Plus: Jamie Dean on the ethics of frozen embryos, and Michael Cochrane on new technologies.

  • Ep 63: U.S. Figure Skating Championships

    In this episode Tara and Johnny share stories from the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and talk about some of the top storylines from the Championships.

  • Dominic Frisby

    Dominic Frisby - Cryptocurrency tales...

  • What Do (and Don't) We Know About the Pentagon's UFO Program?

    Over the years, the U.S. government has funded several programs that investigate alleged UFO sightings.

  • TFATK Episode 327

    Brendan and Bryan discuss massage parlors and break down Rub Map codes, learn the lingo and even learn Korean. They also talk polygraph tests, Brendan's massage experiences, Bryan's story of rescuing a tiny Korean lady, sniff tests for cheating, swordfish attacks, nuclear missile false alarms, UFC 220 and much more.

  • The real meaning of risk for retail investors: John Kay takes new regulations to task

    FT Money editor Claer Barrett and guests debate the true meaning of risk for retail investors, and Professor John Kay reveals why he thinks new European legislation will be a hindrance, not a help. Plus Maike Currie questions why the latest investment book features 67 men and only one woman, and consumer finance experts Georgie Frost and Helen Dewdney tackle "Blue Monday

  • The Rachel Maddow Show (audio) Wednesday January 17, 2018

    9:00 The times we are living in9:02 Mueller subpoena blocks Bannon congressional testimony: NBC9:25 Schiff: White House playing games with Bannon9:37 Where did alleged Trump affair hush money come from?9:44 Jacob Weisberg on the Stormy Daniels story9:54 Possible House Intel Fusion testimony release9:59 Republicans seem spooked by Democratic wins

  • What Does a C.E.O. Actually Do?

    They're paid a fortune — but for what, exactly? What makes a good C.E.O. — and how can you even tell? Is "leadership science" a real thing — or just airport-bookstore mumbo jumbo? We put these questions to Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Indra Nooyi, Satya Nadella, Jack Welch, Ray Dalio, Carol Bartz, David Rubenstein, and Ellen Pao. (Part 1 of a special series, "The Secret Life of C.E.O.'s.")

  • Sketchfest Recap, Jeff's Hair Routine, Wendy's Afterlife Plans

    We're back from Sketchfest and Alison can't stop talking about it. Jeff packed light to accommodate audio equipment so he had to perform his previously-unknown-to-us hair routine on the fly. Wendy Molyneux's got plans for the afterlife. David Huntsberger may or may not have gotten tiny hair extensions. Alison's relationship with grocery stores is unsettling to Daniel. Plus a round of Just Me Or Everyone! Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen [powerpress] Download the episode f...more

  • Episode 130 -Mr James Spaghetti

    Podcast discussion on #magicmike32 being sick, with special guest @coachmoses

  • The Holy Trinity

    Jason Shulman, the founder of A Society of Souls, and Arlene Shulman, an incredible visual artist, join Kate and they talk about how important it is to include the ego in the healing journey. They also get into how interconnected the physical, emotional, and spiritual universes are and how hard it can be to allow yourself to be a deeply feeling human being. Then they discuss their beliefs on life after death, the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, and much more amazingness! Jason Shulman's Publication...more

  • Salmonella Could Have Caused 16th Century Epidemic

    Using a new algorithm, geneticists uncovered the pathogen that could have caused a massive epidemic in the Aztec empire: Salmonella bacteria. Christopher Intagliata reports.

  • 01/17/2018 - The Five Audio Podcast

    The Five Daily Audio Podcast

  • Still Buffering: How to Procrastinate

    We're sorry this episode is a day late, but we're all really really bad about procrastinating, so that's what we decided to talk about! This episode covers all of the ways to navigate a last minute assignment from Cliff's Notes to Sparknotes and...Tide pods?    Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas

  • 197. ”Mer! Än! Väl!”

    Filip drömmer onda drömmar, som innehåller blod, vassa pennstift och mord på kända svenska programledare och som en konsekvens vaknar han kallsvettig och inser att han har försovit sig i 10 timmar så Fredrik fått stå ensam på scen när Tårtgeneralen ska säljas in till hela mediesverige. Fredrik tog tåget ner till Helsingborg för att, på en lyssnares inrådan, operera sin tand. Det ska tilläggas att veckans avsnitt är inspelat i bilen på väg hem från Köping en snöig tisdag i januari. 

  • Call Out Culture

    This week the panel weighs in on call out culture. This episode was recorded shortly after the an article about a woman's date with Aziz Ansari came out. They examine the origins of call out culture, and its impact on the culture at large. It's a rich and nuanced conversation. Plus, Karen's All About is Season 15 of Top Chef Colorado, and Guy gives Karen half of his "all about" time so he can share his Top Chef thoughts. Guy's spends the other half of his time telling us about a video reel that ...more

  • #1066 - Mel Gibson & Dr. Neil Riordan

    Mel Gibson is an actor and filmmaker. Neil Riordan, PA, PhD is one of the early pioneers and experts in applied stem cell research. https://www.cellmedicine.com/

  • Southeast Division Trade Deadline Preview; Kawhi Out Again, NOP/ATL

    Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. We put the Southeast Division in our crosshairs in advance of the trade deadline.  Can the Hawks move their veterans, will Charlotte put Kemba Walker on the table, what will Orlando do with their restricted free agents, how can the Wiz get under the tax, and will Miami do anything at all? Then a news roundup, centered on Kawhi Leonard being shut down again and what that means for the Spurs' seeding, and finally a look at a dramatic ending in Atlan...more

  • Episode 477: 4 Critical Ways You Might Be Draining the Happiness Out of Your Marriage

    These things aren't intentional, but they can and do begin to sap the happiness out of relationships. Dr. Noelle Nelson explains.

  • Live From San Francisco Sketchfest, 2018

    "Statute Arf Limitations" and Swift Justice, recorded live at San Francisco Sketchfest! With special guests Merrill Garbus and Nate Brenner of Tune-Yards, with a dispute of their own! Thank you to Eric Ray for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions.

  • #818: The Problem Of The Root

    The wild ginseng market has gone crazy. We go to a farm hidden in the Appalachian mountains to find out why.