Episodes released in the last day or so
News organisations are struggling to engage with online readers and even “digital first” darlings, like Vice and Buzzfeed, are now losing profit and shedding staff.
Why Facebook is in need of some friends, why you shouldn't feel guilty about missing your child's performance, and ax throwing gains in popularity as a pastime.
Modern anti-depressants have saved a lot of minds. And lives. But what have they done to our bodies? And how do we navigate that trade-off between body and mind?
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Today's show revisits the topic of acclaimed contralto Marian Anderson, who was barred from singing at Constitution Hall in 1939 because of her race.
Of all the moons of Jupiter, Callisto, Ganymede, Europa and Io tantalize us the most. These alien worlds of ice, fire, desolation and hidden oceans tantalize us with their possibility for extraterrestrial life and human exploration of the outer solar system. Join Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick for a mind bending exploration of the great gas giant's Galilean Moons. (Originally published April 26, 2016)
The number of young people who smoke is on the rise in sub-Saharan Africa while rate of take-up of the habit by youth is falling in Europe and North America. Africa's tobacco trend was a key issue of concern for experts at the recent World Conference on Tobacco or Health in Cape Town. Doctors dread the consequences for Africa's young smokers as lung disease caused by tobacco will be exacerbated by the region's high HIV and TB rates. One describes the situation as 'a perfect storm'. Hannah Mc...more
In preparation for New Orleans' 300th anniversary, Mayor Mitch Landrieu is confronting the racism that has shaped our nation. In his new memoir, he chronicles his path toward removing Confederate monuments in his city — and implores the rest of America to reckon with its past, too. | Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station at donate.npr.org/1A and subscribe to our podcast. Have questions? Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Former CEO of NTMA & Government Appointee on board of AIB, Michael Somers joined Marian in studio to discuss his career and life.
Highlights from the past week's RTE Radio programmes with Sinead Egan.
— Tiger Woods, LeBron James and Tom Brady on the list of dominant athletes (00:12)— Johnny Manziel mounting an NFL comeback attempt (18:05)— Dez Bryant working with a wide-receiver guru to help out his game (29:09)— Should the Lakers be concerned that Lonzo Ball is a bust? (36:45)— Odds the Cleveland Cavaliers could be upset in the playoffs (52:11)
Andy is with Helen and Nish to discuss Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Japanese toilets, Russian ‘elections’ and the royal wedding. Plus, Helen does the sport section (really). With @HelloBuglers @mrnishkumar @helenzaltzman@ProducerChris More episodes and info on our website: http://thebuglepodcast.com We are proud members of Radiotopia
As ubiquitous as they've become, it's easy to overlook the marvels of engineering that are subways. Chuck and Josh go boring as they explore these systems of tubes that must circumnavigate rock, rivers, cables and more to get you where you're going.
Liz and his friends present a play telling the story of Gideon.
John Bolton, an effective communicator of extreme hawkish views, will become the President's new national security advisor. John Glaser and Sahar Khan argue that Bolton articulates views that almost entirely reject serious diplomacy.
Trump hires John Bolton, congratulates Putin, attacks Mueller, loses his lawyer, and confronts very detailed accounts of marital affairs and efforts to cover them up. Plus, young people lead a march against gun violence, Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook on TV, and Cynthia Nixon it turns out is not the character she played on Sex and the City. Recorded live in DC, Symone Sanders, Wesley Lowery, and Mitra Jouhari join Jon to break down a week of news that somehow seems more packed with crazy than ...more
She had always wanted to open a bricks-and-mortar retail store, but it was always too expensive—until now. Side Hustle School features a new story EVERY DAY of someone who started a hustle without quitting their job. You’ll learn how they got the idea, how they overcame challenges along the way, and what the results are. Share: #SideHustleSchoolShow notes: SideHustleSchool.comTwitter: @chrisguillebeauInstagram: @193countries Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon...more
The #MeToo Moment deluged the Dear Sugars inbox with letters about sexual harassment in the workplace. In the final episode in our series on sexual consent, the Sugars read some of these letters and explore what happens when non-consensual sexual attention moves from the private to the public realm.
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It's the 200th episode of Talk Nerdy! To celebrate, Cara brings back the Ask Me Anything (AMA) format, with a twist! This week, Cara is joined in studio by friend of the show and host of the Ologies podcast, Alie Ward. She scans the brilliant questions provided by you, the Talk Nerdy listeners, and selects her favorites to turn the tables and interview Cara! They cover ground from space travel to science communication to Killer, of course! And Cara answers her famous final two questions. THANK Y...more
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Attorney Christopher Darden joins Adam and Mark for this week's episode of Reasonable Doubt. The guys open the shows asking Chris about a recently released interview between his former defendant O. J. Simpson and producer Judith Regan. Adam continues to ask Chris about everything involving O. J. Simpson and the trial from back in the day to it's implications today. Before they wrap the guys talk about whose wife is the most pissed at their husbands, as well as how terrible retrials can be.
The firings, resignations, and ousters in the White House have reached a crescendo. What does that say about Trump – as a manager, as a policy-maker, and as a public persona?
As we’ve discussed, if I had to summarize my entire philosophy in one sentence, one of Abraham Maslow’s gems would probably do the trick. He tells us: “What one can be, one must be.” This need to self-actualize is, he says, as real as our need to breathe. Twenty-five hundred years before Maslow, Aristotle talked about the same idea. He actually coined a word for that Force that’s driving us to actualize our innate potential. He called it “entelechy.” Entelechy is made up of th...more
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With so many different worldviews, do you ever wonder how Christianity can claim to be the only way? Can Christianity answer some of the major questions in life? What do your private thoughts and actions have to do with the human heart? Ravi Zacharias answers tackles these questions as he answers the question “why Jesus?” That’s this week on Let My People Think.
Felix Salmon, political risk consultant Anna Szymanski, and guest co-host, author Tim Fernholz discus Tim’s book, Rocket Billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the New Space Race, the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, and Wealthfront’s risky decision. Production by Veralyn WilliamsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Across the country, criminals are arming themselves in unexpected ways. In Florida, they’re stealing guns from unlocked cars and gun stores. In other places, they’re getting them from the police themselves, as cash-strapped departments sell their used weapons to buy new ones. On this episode of Reveal, we learn where criminals get their guns and what cars can teach us about gun safety. — To explore more reporting, visit revealnews.org or find us on fb.com/ThisIsReveal, Twitter @reveal or ...more
Tackling ageism in architecture and design, looking for love when you're a young abalone farmer, and getting your skates on for fitness and fun.
Discover what the blood of Christ reveals about God.
Christianity isn't a performance—it's a simple case of follow the Leader.
Trump's new national security adviser causes alarm with his extreme stances and Roy Moore is back in the news with a jaw dropping story of lawyers, 10,000 dollars, and Steve Bannon.
Bill and his guests – Mitch Landrieu, Gina McCarthy, Mona Charen, Chris Hayes, and Malcolm Nance answer viewer questions after the show. (Originally aired 03/23/18)
Through her unique approach to storytelling, Rachel Maddow provides in-depth reporting to illuminate the current state of political affairs and reveals the importance of transparency and accountability from our leaders. Maddow works with unmatched rigor and resolve to explain our complex world and deliver news in a way that's illuminating and dynamic, connecting the dots to make sense of complex issues. Maddow also conducts thoughtful interviews with individuals at the center of current news sto...more
Ravens produce different types of calls depending on their age and sex—which might help ravens size up other individuals. Jason G. Goldman reports.
Kevin and Marc give the latest news and then welcome Squirrel Girl - Milana Vayntrub - as a guest to hear about her latest project, and as always wrap up the show with another epic Q&A with the audience.