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5 Feb. 2023
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Al Jazeera: The Take

3 Feb. 2023
It’s been the deadliest month for Palestinians in years in the Occupied West Bank, just as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met the new Israeli Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu is back in [...]
1 Feb. 2023
ChatGPT is taking the world by storm with AI-generated text that rivals actual literature – but there’s a price. For its parent company, OpenAI, to get this quality product, human beings are paid [...]
30 Jan. 2023
When Russia invaded Ukraine, it expected a quick victory. But almost a year later, Moscow continues to spend huge sums to send more soldiers and equipment to the front lines. Meanwhile, international [...]
27 Jan. 2023
More than a million people have protested France’s controversial pension reform plan, which was formally presented on Monday. The majority of people – along with all of France’s biggest unions [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Global consulting firm McKinsey works all over the world, but in South Africa, it faces criminal charges for corruption. The case centers on its role in the country’s biggest post-apartheid [...]
23 Jan. 2023
When it comes to the media, Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa has dealt with it all: attacks on the freedom of the press in the Philippines, audiences turning to social media, and [...]
20 Jan. 2023
The World Economic Forum is known for glitzy parties, exclusivity, and dealmaking – in addition to panels on topics ranging from climate change to ‘stakeholder capitalism’. The theme of this [...]

Essential Middle East

2 Feb. 2023
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has wrapped up his visit to ease tensions in the Middle East after pledging an “ironclad” US support for Israel. His trip came amid violence between Israelis [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Iran has recently executed a British-Iranian national, Alireza Akbari, a former deputy defence minister, on charges of spying for Britain. Akbari’s execution comes as Iranian authorities have [...]
19 Jan. 2023
In recent weeks, the United States Navy intercepted a fishing vessel smuggling more than 2,000 assault rifles in the Gulf of Oman on a maritime route from Iran to Yemen. Reports suggest the weapons [...]
12 Jan. 2023
As Israel's new government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn into office, his cabinet has gathered the most right-wing ministers in Israel's history. With ultranationalists and ultra-orthodox [...]
5 Jan. 2023
For many of the authoritarian regimes in the Middle East, technology has long been a tool to enable digital repression. These states are increasingly using information technology to suppress the flow [...]
29 Dec. 2022
A recent Arab American Action Network report in Illinois analyzed more than 200 police documents. It found that suspicious activity reports have criminalised Arabs and Muslims under the guise of [...]
22 Dec. 2022
The word "halal" in Arabic refers to something that is religiously permissible to consume or do. But today, it has become a huge industry worth hundreds of billions of dollars. The global Islamic [...]

Haaretz Weekly

1 Feb. 2023
Each year, the Institute for National Security Studies publishes a list of Israel's most urgent security threats. In the past, it has pointed to threats from neighboring states and terror groups. But [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz has been a friend and adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for decades. But when it comes to Netanyahu’s plan to significantly weaken the Israeli Supreme [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Israel's Jewish fundamentalists hold an unprecedented level of power in Benjamin Netanyahu's current government. What does that mean for Israeli democracy, for the U.S.-Israel relationship and for [...]
11 Jan. 2023
The Israeli Supreme Court has a “huge amount of power while the foundation of that power is paper thin,” says Benjamin Wittes, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and editor-in-chief of [...]
3 Jan. 2023
Less than a week into his new government, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had his first confrontation with one of his coalition partners when National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir insisted on [...]
28 Dec. 2022
“We live in a terrifying time, facing realities that we couldn’t have dreamt about in our worst nightmares,” says the executive director of Israel’s largest human rights organization, Noa [...]
21 Dec. 2022
Benjamin Netanyahu's new government, based on the support of Israel's far-right and ultra-Orthodox parties, presents a real threat to the rights of Israeli women, warns Dr. Yofi Tirosh on this [...]

The Daily

5 Feb. 2023
Going out to dinner with Juan Tamariz in Madrid is a little like accompanying a cartoon character on a journey to the real world. As Shuja Haider, the author of today’s Sunday Read, walked with him [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The Biden administration said this week that it would end the public health emergency for Covid, a sign that federal officials believe that the pandemic has moved into a new, less dire phase.The move [...]
2 Feb. 2023
For the past 50 years, the race to become the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee has been shaped by the where the contest begins: Iowa.But that process could soon be overhauled. In a coming [...]
1 Feb. 2023
The typical sales price of an existing family home in the United States in December: 372,700. The number of layoffs in the tech sector since the beginning of the year: 76,000. The number by which [...]
31 Jan. 2023
In the United States, 40 million people in seven states depend on water provided by the Colorado River.After 20 years of drought, the situation is dire and the river is at risk of becoming a [...]
30 Jan. 2023
This episode contains descriptions of violence and strong language.Tyre Nichols was a 29-year-old Black man who lived in Memphis. His mother described him as living a simple and pleasant life. He [...]
29 Jan. 2023
In the past half-century, 17 percent of the Amazon — an area larger than Texas — has been converted to croplands or cattle pasture. Less forest means less recycled rain, less vapor to cool the [...]

The Guardian: Today in Focus

3 Feb. 2023
More than 200 unaccompanied child asylum seekers have gone missing from hotels used by the Home Office. Mark Townsend reports. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
2 Feb. 2023
Rishi Sunak entered Downing Street promising to calm the markets and stop the scandals, but 100 days in it’s proving a bumpy ride, reports Pippa Crerar. Help support our independent journalism at [...]
1 Feb. 2023
‘Pig butchering’ crypto scams, where victims are wooed for months before being fleeced, are ruining people’s lives. But how are criminal gangs exploiting trafficking victims – and using fake [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Yevgeny Prigozhin went from hot dog seller to the commander of a private army fighting intense battles in Ukraine. But his rapid rise has made him a target, reports Pjotr Sauer. Help support our [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Matteo Messina Denaro was arrested after decades on the run, found hiding in plain sight in Sicily. Lorenzo Tondo and Clare Longrigg report on what it means for the once mighty Cosa Nostra. Help [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Over the next couple of months, thousands of teachers are due to strike across the UK. What is the government doing in response to their demand for an above-inflation pay increase? Jessica Elgot [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Record numbers of abortions are being carried out and services are struggling to cope. Why is the system under so much pressure and what toll is it taking on women?. Help support our independent [...]

The JPost Podcast

2 Feb. 2023
In this week's podcast, Yaakov and Tamar discuss the past week's terror attacks and the IDF's retaliatory actions, as well as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trip to Paris. With a brief chat on [...]
26 Jan. 2023
In this week's podcast, Yaakov and Tamar discuss the recent IDF raid on Jenin, the varying stances within the Diaspora community relating to judicial reforms in Israel, and Netanyahu's defense of the [...]
19 Jan. 2023
In this week's episode of the Jerusalem Post Podcast, managing editors David Brinn and Tamar Uriel-Beeri discuss the appointment of IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Herzi Halevy. They also look at the [...]
12 Jan. 2023
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Tamar Uriel-Beeri This week, Yaakov and Tamar discuss the protests opposing judicial reforms in Tel Aviv, the so-called "civil disobedience" seen among [...]
5 Jan. 2023
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Tamar Uriel-Beeri This week, Tamar and Yaakov discuss the new year rolling around alongside a new Israeli government, National Security Minister Itamar [...]
30 Dec. 2022
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Tamar Uriel-Beeri Yaakov and Tamar discuss the looting scandal which hit Ashkelon's shores, the tension hovering over Israel in all walks of life, the [...]
22 Dec. 2022
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Tamar Uriel-Beeri Yaakov and Tamar talk about Israel's soon-to-be-formed government, lack of trust towards prime minister-to-be Benjamin Netanyahu, and [...]

a16z Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
In this cross-over episode from Bio Eats World, Kristen Fortney, cofounder and CEO of BioAge, joins Vijay Pande, founding partner of a16z Bio + Health, and Olivia Webb, editorial lead, to discuss [...]
27 Jan. 2023
At the end of 2022, our team at a16z asked dozens of partners across the firm to spotlight one big idea that startups in their fields could tackle in 2023.Emerging from this exercise came 40+ [...]
24 Jan. 2023
At the end of 2022, our team at a16z asked dozens of partners across the firm to spotlight one big idea that startups in their fields could tackle in 2023.Emerging from this exercise came 40+ [...]
19 Jan. 2023
In this special episode, we share never heard before footage from Steve Wozniak alongside his cofounder and best man, Alex Fielding. Listeners get an inside look into what drove Woz to building a [...]
12 Jan. 2023
New year, new you! Right?Well, as much as we’d all like to believe that we embrace the new… the reality is that we often resist change.That’s why we’ve brought in someone who has studied how [...]
10 Jan. 2023
In this episode, Marc Andreessen and Vijay Pande discuss expert AI and its role in healthcare, bio, and more. Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/c7ScUDYSRYoSubscribe to Bio Eats World: [...]
6 Jan. 2023
with @robertiger @cdixon @smc90A wide-ranging conversation with Bob Iger on the interplay between technology, content, and distribution; as well as Bob’s journey -- and that of various creators! -- [...]

Full Disclosure

31 Jan. 2023
In case you missed it, excerpts from our talks with rookie standup comic Cole Mier; CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane; Chef Daniel Harthausen, winner of HBO Max's "The Big [...]
23 Jan. 2023
"Why is there nowhere to turn for this?" ~Paige Wilson, whose own experience caring for her mother inspired her to found Naborforce, a venture-backed startup that connects older adults with people in [...]
15 Jan. 2023
CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane on the new GOP-led House's difficult math; January 6's long reach; social media and the renegade lawmaker; and the usefulness of George Santos to [...]
9 Jan. 2023
A 20-year old college dropout moves to the city and scrapes by with restaurant gigs. Seven years into this vision quest, he gets called to appear on an HBO cooking tournament -- and comes back to [...]
25 Dec. 2022
Aspiring comedian Cole Mier has been doing standup since the wise old age of eight. He's now 21, fresh out of UCLA, waiting tables and taking names -- and gigs. But it's not all laughs all the time.
24 Dec. 2022
In case you missed it... From Wall Street whistleblowing to coffee shop "tipflation" to Iran's season of protest -- highlights from recent episodes, for your holiday-travel enjoyment.
19 Dec. 2022
Puck co-founder Jon Kelly on his foray into the world of private equity -- to emerge with the business plan and funding for an influence-driven media startup. Puck is breaking news, making waves and [...]

Hackaday Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos met up over thousands of miles to discuss the hottest hacks of the past seven days. There's a whole lot of news this [...]
27 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi meet up virtually to talk about all the hacks that are fit to print. This week's episode starts off with a discussion about [...]
20 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos stood around and marveled at machinery in its many forms, from a stone-cutting CNC to an acrobatic robot to an [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Even for those with paraskevidekatriaphobia, today is your lucky day as Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Staff Writer Dan Maloney sit under ladders with umbrellas while holding black cats to talk [...]
6 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi ring in the New Year with...well, pretty much the same stuff they do every other week. After taking some time to talk about [...]
30 Dec. 2022
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos decided against using one of Kristina's tin can microphones to record the podcast, though that might be a cool [...]
23 Dec. 2022
As we slide into the Christmas, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Staff Writer Dan Maloney look at the best and brightest of this week's hacks. It wasn't an easy task -- so much good stuff to [...]

Pivot

3 Feb. 2023
The Fed eases up on the brakes, Elon Musk looks for new ways to monetize Twitter, and Snap has another rough quarter. Also: Meta may have prevailed in a fight with the [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Today Kara’s out sick and we’re sharing an episode of Land of the Giants.When Tinder launched in 2012, it changed dating culture and our expectations around dating forever by leveraging [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott discuss the Bad Blood between the Senate Judiciary Committee and Live Nation, Walmart giving workers a raise, and the cancelled Murdoch merger of Fox and News Corp. Also, will [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Biden will get a new Chief of Staff, the U.S. Attorney has questions for Amazon, and Elon takes the stand. Over at Netflix: strong subscriber growth, and Reed Hastings is out as Co-CEO. And [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott discuss Microsoft layoffs, cryptocurrency’s surprising recovery, and Jacinda Ardern’s resignation. Plus, someone bought a Twitter bird statue for $100k, and it wasn’t [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott visit London's "new Palo Alto" for a live discussion on Tim Cook's pay cut, Prince Harry's memoir "Spare," and what European regulation means for social media users. Also, [...]
13 Jan. 2023
At Munich's Digital-Life-Design conference, Kara and Scott unpack EU tech regulations, Tesla's many challenges (including Twitter), and OpenAI's future in Microsoft products. Also, what the [...]

NN/g UX Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
With the recent surge in tech layoffs, a downsizing of UX labor means UX research is harder to do, meaning: research needs to be prioritized in really intentional ways. Discount inspection methods [...]
6 Jan. 2023
The term artificial intelligence, AI, is having a bit of a boom, with the explosion in popularity of tools like ChatGPT, Lensa, DALL•E 2, and many others. The praises of AI have been equally met [...]
30 Sep. 2022
Building exceptional experiences usable by all is no easy feat. Focusing on what can be influenced and accepting what cannot be changed are two critical steps to crafting better products... and [...]
12 Aug. 2022
How has the UX field changed over the years? What does the future of UX work look like if scope is wildly expanding? Will we be automated out of a job? What should teams do to ensure they’re not [...]
3 Jun. 2022
Visual design takes a lot more work than just making things look pretty, and is a fundamental part of many user's experiences. Our digital design lead, Kelley Gordon, shares some practical tips for [...]
19 Apr. 2022
What does it take to be successful in the field of user experience? There isn't a single, clear-cut answer, but there are a number of different skills, traits, and perspectives that foster better [...]
18 Mar. 2022
Have you thought about your career lately? Chances are, you have - given the buzz around the record high voluntary resignation rates during this “Great Resignation.” In this episode, Sarah Doody, [...]

האחראי על האינטרנט

7 Jan. 2023
ד"ר יובל פינטר מסביר לנו איך הבינה המלאכותית שמצ'טטת איתנו לא מבינה מילה ממה שאנחנו שואלים - וגם לא את התשובות של עצמה. להרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=79038
12 Dec. 2022
האחראי על האינטרנט: מהשינויים בטוויטר תחת מאסק ועד מטבעות דיגיטליים
3 Dec. 2022
מחאה ניצתה בישראל בגלל החלטת נטפליקס לשדר את הסרט הירדני "פרחה" (فَرْحَة) של הבמאית דארין סאלאם, שעוסק בנכבה [...]
22 Oct. 2022
ממשל ביידן הכריז מלחמת-שבבים על סין כדי "להגן על הבטחון הלאומי ואינטרסי מדיניות החוץ של ארה”ב" • בעל טסלה מצא [...]
1 Oct. 2022
דנה הילמן יצרה והגישה את הדוקו-פודקאסט "עבר פלילי" על פשעי עבר בישראל. כשהעלתה לאתרה תמונה מזירת פשע, סוכנות [...]
17 Sep. 2022
פריצה חמורה לחברת ניהול ההסעות בתשלום: ההאקר.ית השיג.ה גישה למערכות תקשורת פנימארגונית, הנדסה ואבטחת מידע - בגלל עובד שנמאס לו לקבל בסלולרי בקשות אישור גישה 📻 הרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=78917
10 Sep. 2022
עוד לא נרגענו מהבינה המלאכותית שיודעת לצייר לפי תיאור מילולי וכבר יש תוכנה שיוצרת ככה סרטונים • וגם: איך הפך שיר נידח בן עשר ללהיט רשת 📻 להרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=78904

cyber

2 Feb. 2023
What would you give to live forever? Hell, what would you give to have the body of an 18-year-old well into your 40s? That’s the goal of tech CEO Bryan Johnnson. He is, by his own estimation, the [...]
1 Feb. 2023
On January 31, a court in Iran handed out a combined sentence of 10 years to a couple who danced outside of Azadi Tower in Tehran, Iran. A film of the brief dance went viral on Instagram and Twitter. [...]
27 Jan. 2023
In 2016, Americans working in Cuba began to experience something strange. Something that is, to this day, unexplained. They felt a pressure in the brain, a ringing in their ear, and in the aftermath [...]
24 Jan. 2023
We've all heard about how Facebook is destroying democracy. How Twitter enables the loudest, dumbest voices to have the most influence. How Instagram has ruined an entire generation's self esteem. [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Replika is a chatbot that you can find on the App Store. It bills itself as a companion that can, if you pay, become something more. The ads on the internet offer a repertoire of sexually suggestive [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Recent remarks from Richard Trumka Jr., one of the three commissioners with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), sparked outrage in some circles. As it turns out, gas stoves aren’t [...]
10 Jan. 2023
Encrypted app for criminals Cipher is rebranding to go above-board, California has got new digital license plates with strange security implications, a researcher made deepfaked demands for a refund [...]

Darknet Diaries

27 Dec. 2022
Andy Greenberg (https://twitter.com/a_greenberg) brings us a gut wrenching story of how criminal investigators used bitcoin tracing techniques to try to find out who was at the center of a [...]
13 Dec. 2022
Join us as we sit down with Jason Haddix (https://twitter.com/Jhaddix), a renowned penetration tester who has made a name for himself by uncovering vulnerabilities in some of the world’s [...]
29 Nov. 2022
Brett Johnson, AKA Gollumfun (twitter.com/GOllumfun) was involved with the websites Counterfeit Library and Shadow Crew. He tells his story of what happened there and some of the crimes he [...]
15 Nov. 2022
Brett Johnson, AKA Gollumfun (twitter.com/GOllumfun) was involved with the websites Counterfeit Library and Shadow Crew. He tells his story of what happened there and some of the crimes he [...]
1 Nov. 2022
Maddie Stone is a security researcher for Google’s Project Zero. In this episode we hear what it’s like battling zero day vulnerabilities.SponsorsSupport for this show comes from [...]
18 Oct. 2022
REvil is the name of a ransomware service as well as a group of criminals inflicting ransomware onto the world. Hear how this ransomware shook the world.A special thanks to our guest Will, a [...]
4 Oct. 2022
Jeremiah Roe is a seasoned penetration tester. In this episode he tells us about a time when he had to break into a building to prove it wasn’t as secure as the company thought.You can [...]

Lex Fridman

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Lex Fridman Podcast

2 Feb. 2023
Tim Dodd is host of the Everyday Astronaut YouTube channel, where he teaches about rocket engines and all things space travel. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – [...]
28 Jan. 2023
David Kipping is an astronomer at Columbia University, director of the Cool Worlds Lab, and host of the Cool Worlds YouTube channel. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Jeremi Suri is a historian at UT Austin. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/lex to get special savings – BetterHelp: [...]
21 Jan. 2023
Dennis Whyte is a nuclear scientist at MIT and the director of the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Rocket Money: [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Imam Omar Suleiman is the Founder and President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research and a professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University. Please support this podcast by [...]
11 Jan. 2023
MrBeast is a legendary YouTube creator. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – House of Macadamias: https://houseofmacadamias.com/lex and use code LEX to get 20% off your [...]
29 Dec. 2022
Betül Kaçar is an astrobiologist at University of Wisconsin. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – House of Macadamias: https://houseofmacadamias.com/lex and use code [...]

TED Radio Hour

3 Feb. 2023
Original broadcast date: May 6, 2022. MLK Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin are household names, but what about their mothers? This hour, author Anna Malaika Tubbs explores how these three women [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Information feels more accessible than ever, but the ways we store data are surprisingly fragile. Can we save anything forever? This hour, TED speakers explore preserving our past, present and [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Original broadcast date: April 8, 2022. Giving and receiving care—it's a natural part of life. But how do we offer the best possible support for our loved ones? This hour, TED speakers share ideas [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Resolutions are easy to make, even easier to break. But what if a story or idea can motivate us in a whole new way? This hour, TED speakers offer different perspectives on our most common [...]
6 Jan. 2023
Original broadcast date: Friday, May 20, 2022. "Reduce, reuse, recycle." We've heard that for decades - but does it work? This hour, TED speakers reimagine the well-known slogan and reconsider how we [...]
30 Dec. 2022
Original broadcast date: June 17, 2022. Musician Jacob Collier is known for his electrifying performances and thoughtful views on art and humanity. This hour, Jacob joins us for a conversation on the [...]
28 Dec. 2022
As a special bonus, we're sharing an episode from a new TED podcast, ReThinking with Adam Grant. Adam joins neuroscientist Chantel Prat, who dispels what you thought you knew about your brain.

Science Magazine Podcast

2 Feb. 2023
On this week’s show: New clues to the chemicals used for mummification, and the benefits and barriers to smart toilets First up this week: What can we learn from a mummy factory? Contributing [...]
26 Jan. 2023
On this week’s show: When deer are scarce these wolves turn to sea otters, and chemical weathering of silicates acts as a geological thermostat First up on this week’s show we have a story about [...]
19 Jan. 2023
Statisticians fight bad numbers used in medical murder trials, and the state of allergy science First up on this week’s show, we have a piece on accusations of medical murder. Contributing [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Data on hazes and clouds may be key to understanding exoplanets, and NextGen letter writers share the upside of failure Hazes and clouds could keep exoplanets’ secrets hidden, unless researchers [...]
5 Jan. 2023
Keeping an eye on the largest hydroelectric project in the Amazon basin, and helping patients with deletions in their mitochondrial DNA We are starting off the new year with producer Kevin McLean and [...]
22 Dec. 2022
On this week’s show: A rundown of our favorite online news stories, and some of our favorite moments on the podcast this year This is our last show of the year and it’s a fun one! Dave Grimm, our [...]
15 Dec. 2022
On this week’s show: Science’s Breakthrough of the Year and runners-up, plus the top books in 2022 You might not be surprised by this year’s breakthrough, but hopefully you won’t guess all [...]

The Guardian: Science Weekly

2 Feb. 2023
This week the government published a major environmental improvement plan for England. It has pledged that every household will be within a 15-minute walk of green space or water, the restoration of [...]
31 Jan. 2023
This week star gazers will be hoping to catch sight of an exotic green comet that last passed by Earth 50,000 years ago. But, unlike the view our Neanderthal ancestors would have had, light pollution [...]
26 Jan. 2023
ChatGPT has been causing a stir since its launch last year. The chatbot’s ability to produce convincing essays, stories and even song lyrics has impressed users, and this week attracted a [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Last week, New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern announced her resignation, saying that she “no longer had enough in the tank” to do the role justice. Madeleine Finlay speaks to cognitive [...]
19 Jan. 2023
Scientists have predicted the return of the El Niño climate phenomenon later this year. Its arrival will result in even higher global temperatures and supercharged extreme weather events. Ian Sample [...]
17 Jan. 2023
As the ninth series of ITV show Love Island kicked off yesterday, viewers may have noticed contestants’ perfectly straight, white teeth. But are there risks associated with achieving a flawless [...]
12 Jan. 2023
A UN report has found the Earth’s ozone layer is on course to be healed within the next 40 years. What was once humanity’s most feared environmental peril is now an example of how the world can [...]

The Infinite Monkey Cage

24 Dec. 2022
For this special Christmas episode, Brian Cox and Robin Ince visit the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide to find out what science can teach us about wine. They are joined by stand-up [...]
17 Dec. 2022
Brian Cox and Robin Ince visit Canberra for the first of 4 special episodes recorded in Australia. This week they visit the amazing Canberra Deep Space Communication Centre where scientists [...]
10 Dec. 2022
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by comedian and author David Baddiel, psychologist Prof Karen Douglas, biologist Prof Matthew Cobb and philosopher Dr Timotheus Vermeulen to discover why [...]
3 Dec. 2022
Brian Cox and Robin Ince tackle the thorny issue of their own differing experiences of ageing, as they find out why Robin seems to be doing it so much more quickly than Brian and whether science [...]
26 Nov. 2022
Brian Cox and Robin Ince continue their LA science adventure as they visit Caltech in Pasadena to meet the scientists hunting for planets orbiting distant stars in solar systems far far from our [...]
19 Nov. 2022
The Infinite Monkey Cage teleports to California for this special episode recorded at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. They are joined by comedian and talk-show host Conan O'Brien, alongside JPL's [...]
12 Nov. 2022
Brian Cox and Robin Ince return for a new series with an illustrious panel of experts to discuss what scientists have learnt from Covid and what we have all learnt about the nature of science by [...]

Radiolab

3 Feb. 2023
We continue the story of a covert smuggling operation to bring abortion pills into Ukraine, shortly after the Russian invasion. In this episode, reporters Katz Laszlo and Gregory Warner go to [...]
27 Jan. 2023
You know the drill — all it takes is one sperm, one egg, and blammo — you’ve got yourself a baby. Right? Well, in this 2015 episode, conception takes on a new form — it’s the sperm and the [...]
20 Jan. 2023
In the weeks following the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, a young doctor in Germany sees that abortion pills are urgently needed in Ukraine. And she wants to help. But getting the drugs into the [...]
13 Jan. 2023
In this episode, first aired in 2011, we talk about the meaning of a good game — whether it's a pro football playoff, or a family showdown on the kitchen table. And how some games can make you [...]
6 Jan. 2023
For a special New Year’s treat, we take a tour through the history of the universe with the help of… poets. Our guide is Maria Popova, who writes the popular blog The Marginalian (formerly Brain [...]
30 Dec. 2022
This episode —first released in 2009 and then again in 2015, with an update — asks, what is “normal”? Maybe it exists, maybe not. We examine peace-loving baboons with Stanford neuroscientist [...]
23 Dec. 2022
At any given moment, nearly 500,000 people are crammed together in a metal tube, hurtling through the air. In this episode, we look at the strange human experiment that is flying together. Special [...]

99% Invisible

31 Jan. 2023
In the 20th century, Iowa high school girls basketball was HUGE but it was not the game we know today. In 6-on-6 basketball, the three forwards only play offense. And the three guards only play [...]
24 Jan. 2023
If you live in South Africa, you definitely know someone who runs ultra-marathons, probably lots of someones. Here, ultras are the stuff of a whole country’s new years resolutions and mid-life [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Back in 2017 we ran an episode about the history of Brazil's iconic, yellow national soccer jersey. We were reminded of that story during the recent world cup, and then again on January 8th as a mob [...]
10 Jan. 2023
We’re kicking off the new year at 99pi with a fresh installment of mini-stories, including: what lies at the intersection of a street and a road; the most unlikely of theme parks; and the evolution [...]
21 Dec. 2022
This time of year, right in the middle of the holiday season, there's a beloved, frenzied tradition playing out in Filipino households all around the world, with which reporter Gabrielle Berbey is [...]
14 Dec. 2022
The whole conceit of this show is that if look at the world in the right way, you’ll see stories everywhere. Some of the stories are epic power struggles chronicling the construction of a famous [...]
6 Dec. 2022
If you’ve ever flipped through the radio dial — not satellite, not podcasts, but good old-fashioned AM and FM radio — you may have noticed something. Right wing radio talk is everywhere.But the [...]

Intercepted

1 Feb. 2023
The Supreme Court is hearing a case that could dismantle the Indian Child Welfare Act, also known as ICWA. The law was passed in 1978 to combat a history of forced family separation in the [...]
25 Jan. 2023
The North Carolina Supreme Court rejected a partisan gerrymandered congressional map drawn to heavily favor Republicans last year. The map violated the state’s constitution. The North Carolina [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Last year, the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and demolish nearly half a century of abortion rights put to rest any remaining questions as to how far the 6-3 [...]
21 Dec. 2022
Last week, the Justice Department sued the state of Arizona and its governor, Doug Ducey, for installing a shipping container wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. This week on Intercepted: Ryan [...]
30 Nov. 2022
For a month and a half, Iran has been rocked by protests. The sustained demonstration, which were kicked off after a young woman was killed by the notorious morality police, are the most serious [...]
16 Nov. 2022
In 2019, Ajay Kumar, an asylum-seeker from India, began a hunger strike while in ICE detention to demand his release. In response, the U.S. government force-fed Kumar. The Intercept accessed footage [...]
2 Nov. 2022
This week, the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates again, despite coming under scrutiny in recent months for its aggressive hikes to battle inflation. This week on Intercepted: Jon [...]

FiveThirtyEight Politics Podcast

2 Feb. 2023
Americans are spending more and more time alone, and more than a third reported experiencing “serious loneliness" in 2021. The director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development -- the [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Although much of our elections-related attention is already trained on 2024, there are consequential elections happening this very calendar year. The crew discusses the races to watch in [...]
26 Jan. 2023
In his new book "Aftermath: The Last Days of the Baby Boom and the Future of Power in America," Washington Post national columnist Philip Bump argues that many of the fissures that the [...]
23 Jan. 2023
The crew discusses how debates on both the debt ceiling and the future of Rep. George Santos’s career might unfold. In light of new data showing union membership at its lowest point since [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Over the weekend, the White House announced that five more classified documents from the Obama administration were found at President Biden's Delaware home. The crew asks whether comparisons [...]
12 Jan. 2023
As we head into the new year and our attention begins to turn to the presidential primaries, we decided to reair our audio documentary series, “The Primaries Project.” It originally [...]
9 Jan. 2023
The crew looks at why it took 15 votes to get Rep. Kevin McCarthy elected House Speaker and what that process says about the two years ahead and the GOP more broadly. They also consider how [...]

The Intercept Deconstructed

3 Feb. 2023
“White Supremacy Culture,” an article by Tema Okun, was first written to outline and analyze how white supremacy operates in organizations. But in the past few years, with renewed attention on [...]
24 Jan. 2023
President Joe Biden is naming Jeff Zients to be his next chief of staff. Zients, a corporate Democrat, was previously in the White House helping steer its pandemic response and leading vaccination [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Russia brokered a cease-fire agreement in 2020 between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The two were engaged in a bloody six-week war, the deadliest in the region in decades. Conflict between the two [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Ten years ago this week, Aaron Swartz, a key figure in the fight for an open internet, died by suicide. This week we also learned of the tragic death of New York Times journalist Blake [...]
6 Jan. 2023
Last week Israel inaugurated the most right-wing government in its history, with the country’s longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, at the helm once again. Avner Gvaryahu of the [...]
22 Dec. 2022
Last week, the Biden administration declassified a trove of documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. While this action brings the government closer to the full disclosure [...]
13 Dec. 2022
The new documentary “To the End” takes viewers behind the nationwide organizing efforts that culminated in the landmark climate provisions of the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act. The film focuses on [...]

The Political Scene | The New Yorker

3 Feb. 2023
The Republican Nikki Haley is widely expected to announce a Presidential run later this month. As a former U.N. Ambassador and South Carolina governor, Haley brings strong credentials to a sparse [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Last Thursday, the Memphis Police Department announced that it was firing five police officers who beat a man named Tyre Nichols to death during a traffic stop. Shortly afterward, all five officers [...]
30 Jan. 2023
For years, many on the right have been lambasting a certain kind of progressive sensibility denoted with the term “political correctness”—endless fodder for Rush Limbaugh and others in the [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The White House chief of staff is the second most powerful but hardest gig in Washington, D.C. Dick Cheney blamed the job for giving him his first heart attack, during the Ford Administration. A [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Last weekend, a man shot and killed eleven people at a ballroom-dance studio in Monterey Park, California, an Asian enclave outside of Los Angeles. Then, less than forty-eight hours later, in Half [...]
23 Jan. 2023
George Santos is hardly the first scammer elected to office—but his lies, David Remnick says, are “extra.” Most Americans learned of Santos’s extraordinary fabrications from a New York Times [...]
20 Jan. 2023
President Biden has faced remarkable challenges in his first two years in office, from the overturning of the national right to abortion and the management of the U.S.’s COVID response, to the [...]

The Problem With Jon Stewart

1 Feb. 2023
The media may have moved on from its wall-to-wall coverage of the killing of Tyre Nichols, but the nation is still hurting. This week, we’re discussing how incorrectly diagnosing the [...]
25 Jan. 2023
The media is chasing the classified documents fiasco like it’s spy vs. spy, Trump vs. Biden. But on this week’s episode, we’re breaking down the absurdity of a national security system [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Brazil’s insurrection is just the latest in a series of attacks on democracy around the world. So we’re talking to Anne Applebaum, a staff writer at The Atlantic and author of the book [...]
11 Jan. 2023
It’s 2023 and we’re coming in hot with a conversation about COVID vaccines! We’re joined by Dr. Gregory A. Poland (director of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group), Dr. Saad Omer [...]
19 Dec. 2022
The year is almost over and we’re going out with a bang! Entrepreneur Mark Cuban is here. Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa is here. Whip-smart journalist Julia Ioffe is here. Come on, [...]
14 Dec. 2022
This week we’re joined by Miguel Cardona, the U.S. Secretary of Education. We cover why schools aren’t evolving fast enough to keep up with current challenges, how the shifting roles of [...]
7 Dec. 2022
“Whatever fun name you wanna put on it, it’s the same damn thing we’ve seen over and over again.” David Dayen, executive editor of The American Prospect, joins us to discuss the [...]

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Planet Money

3 Feb. 2023
Anyone who has tried shopping for day care knows that it is tough out there.For one, it is hard even to get your hands on information about costs, either online or over the phone – day cares will [...]
1 Feb. 2023
It's Groundhog Day, and once again, the eyes of the nation have turned to a small town in Western Pennsylvania. Every February 2nd, the only story anyone can talk about is whether or not Punxsutawney [...]
27 Jan. 2023
A great economics paper does two things. It takes on a big question, and it finds a smart way to answer that question.But some papers go even further. The very best papers have the power to change [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Monopoly is one of the best-selling board games in history. The game's staying power may in part be because of strong American lore — the idea that anyone, with just a little bit of cash, can rise [...]
21 Jan. 2023
Some of history's biggest financial scams owe their name to Charles Ponzi. Here's the story of the man behind the eponymous scheme.Subscribe to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Driving a truck used to mean freedom. Now it means a mountain of debt.Subscribe to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at [...]
13 Jan. 2023
If the Fed had a mantra to go along with its mandate, it might well be "two percent." We look into how that became the target inflation rate, why some economists are calling for a change and how the [...]

The Ex-Worker

31 Jan. 2023
We’ve survived 2022—and with it, the ebb tide following the upheavals of 2019 and 2020. Both in the United States and around the world, this has been a year of challenges and reversals. In this [...]
31 Jan. 2023
In November, CrimethInc. was banned from Twitter by Elon Musk, part of a concerted campaign by right wing trolls and the world’s richest man to shift global political discourse to the right. Why is [...]
29 Jan. 2023
In this episode, we continue our coverage of the struggle to Stop Cop City and defend the Weelaunee Forest in Atlanta, Georgia. While Episode 85 offered a history and analysis of the first phases of [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The Ex-Worker is back! Episode 85 introduces the history behind the struggle to Stop Cop City and defend the Weelaunee Forest in Atlanta, Georgia. For nearly two years, a coalition of anarchists, [...]
15 Apr. 2022
April 15th is Steal Something From Work Day! For over a decade, we’ve celebrated the everyday resistance that workers undertake to challenge their exploitation when the boss isn’t watching. [...]
11 Mar. 2022
Even as Russian forces continue their brutal assault on Ukraine, a growing domestic uprising is challenging the empire from within. This episode of the Ex-Worker focuses on the anti-war movement in [...]
4 Mar. 2022
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine proceeds, anarchists on both sides of the border are mobilizing to resist. This episode collects a variety of statements and accounts from anti-authoritarians [...]

The Final Straw Radio

5 Feb. 2023
This week we are re-airing an interview from November 10th, 2019, by Scott Branson with Eli Meyerhoff about his book “Beyond Education: Radical Studying for Another World”. In this book, [...]
29 Jan. 2023
This week, we share our chat with Tom Wetzel on his recently published book Overcoming Capitalism: Strategy for the Working Class in the 21st Century (AK Press, 2022). Tom is an organizer with [...]
22 Jan. 2023
This week on The Final Straw, we feature three segments: words from a friend of Manuel “Tortuguita” Teran, the forest defender killed by law enforcement on January 18th outside of Atlanta, [...]
15 Jan. 2023
We’re happy to share Scott’s interview with Rhiannon Firth about her recent book, Disaster Anarchy: Mutual Aid and Radical Action. You can get the book at a discount using the code “firth30”, [...]
8 Jan. 2023
This week on the show, we’re sharing two local conversations with community organizers providing mutual aid in Asheville, NC. Bail Out Transcript Water Crisis Transcript PDF (Unimposed) Zine [...]
1 Jan. 2023
I’m sure that many people coming out of this holiday season, returning from visiting relatives will wonder: “couldn’t we abolish the capitalist family structure?” We’ve got great news! [...]
25 Dec. 2022
This week on the show, we featured 2 segments: a chat with Michael Kimble & Gerald Griffin about conditions in Donaldson CF prison in Alabama; and Jim J. Ayers, a 42 year resident in 6 generations of [...]

The Lincoln Project

3 Feb. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Jay McKenzie, the founder of “Did Nothing Wrong”, a newsletter and podcast that seeks to make sense of the chaotic narratives that threaten to hijack our nation’s [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez, the President and Executive Director of NextGen America, the nation’s largest youth voter organization. They discuss, the ever-changing [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Alexander Theodoridis, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. They discuss the current state of polling in the U.S. and how [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Ron Insana (Senior Analyst and Commentator at CNBC) to discuss the current state of our nation’s economy, the Republican’s flirtation with the debt ceiling, why the [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Author and Senior Book Editor at The Atlantic, Gal Beckerman. They discuss how radical ideas originate and the workings of the movements that form around them, how social [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by Joshua Zeitz…historian, New York Times bestselling author, and contributing editor to Politico Magazine. They discuss the evolution of Abraham Lincoln’s faith [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Host Reed Galen is joined by David Rothkopf (Contributing Columnist for The Daily Beast and Host of Deep State Radio) to discuss where our nation stands two years into the Biden administration, how [...]

Unorthodox

2 Feb. 2023
This week on Unorthodox, we’re eating macaro(o)ns. Our Jew of the Week is writer Bill Deresiewicz, who returns to the show to talk about his latest book, The End of Solitude, which [...]
26 Jan. 2023
This week on Unorthodox, stories of survival and Jewish pride in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. First, host Stephanie Butnick shares the lesson her Holocaust survivor [...]
19 Jan. 2023
This week on Unorthodox, who deserves a spot on the Jewish Mount Rushmore? Our first guest is author Rina Raphael, who joins us to talk about her book, The Gospel of Wellness: Gyms, Gurus, [...]
12 Jan. 2023
This week on Unorthodox, we’re starting our journey Across the JEW.S.A. But first, viral Yiddish singing sensation Mendel Goldman stops by to treat us to his musical stylings.Then, we [...]
22 Dec. 2022
This week on Unorthodox, we’re wishing you a Christmas Sameach. We have two gentiles this week—a Christmas miracle! First, CBS Sunday Morning contributor Faith Salie returns to the show [...]
15 Dec. 2022
This week on Unorthodox, we’re celebrating Hanukkah with eight stories that bring light to the Jewish world. We talk with 102-year-old former Nuremberg war crimes prosecutor Ben Ferencz, [...]
8 Dec. 2022
This week on Unorthodox: do Jews have Sweet Sixteen parties?Our Jewish guest this week is the writer Isabel Kaplan. She joins Stephanie to talk about her new novel, NSFW, the subtle ways [...]

Cautionary Tales with Tim Harford

3 Feb. 2023
Golden sparks are raining down on the Great Lafayette’s famous vaudeville show, “The Lion’s Bride”. They look like they’re part of the performance. They aren’t — and soon the theater is [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Recorded before an audience at the Bristol Festival of Economics (11/17/2022) The Dutch went so potty over tulip bulbs in the 1600s that many were ruined when the inflated prices they were paying for [...]
6 Jan. 2023
As a special New Year treat we're presenting two Cautionary Tales Shorts - which have previously only been available to paying Apple and Pushkin+ subscribers.  When a Plague Struck World of [...]
3 Jan. 2023
This week, we’re sharing an episode of Imaginary Worlds. For the last 30 years, the real world has been catching up to Neal Stephenson’s vision of the future in his 1992 novel Snow Crash, which [...]
9 Dec. 2022
More than 100,000 families - many of them amongst the poorest in Britain - put money aside for Christmas gifts and other seasonal treats in a savings club called Farepak. It wasn't a bank, and it [...]
25 Nov. 2022
There are eight American turkeys painted on the walls of Schleswig's Cathedral of St Peter - which is odd... since the frescoes were created two centuries before Columbus even crossed the Atlantic.  [...]
18 Nov. 2022
In a crisis most people respond with decency and solidarity. The bombing of British cities in the Second World War did not cause society to crumble as was expected, but proved instead human [...]

Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend | Team Coco

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Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

2 Feb. 2023
Conan talks to Anna in Bangkok about how to get her mom to stop yelling across the house, the most popular names in Thailand, and what it would be like to bring Conan to a ping pong show.
30 Jan. 2023
Comedian Vir Das feels unique about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Vir sits down with Conan to discuss faking appendicitis as a child, the first laugh he ever got on stage, the controversy over [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Conan chats with Simon from Slovenia about his favorite specialty coffee shop and its unusual location.
23 Jan. 2023
Timothy Olyphant feels splendiferous about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Timothy and Conan sit down once more to discuss their unique friendship, being shot at in New Orleans while filming [...]
19 Jan. 2023
Conan talks to Allan in Missouri about working as a crime scene investigator, surprising scenes she’s investigated, and which of Conan’s team would make the most skilled investigator.
16 Jan. 2023
Actor, writer, and comedian Ramy Youssef feels the inevitability of God coming into our lives about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Ramy sits down with Conan to discuss sharing personal history [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Conan chats with Carles about working as a video game designer and what drag persona Conan would create for himself.

JELLO BIAFRA'S RENEGADE ROUNDTABLE

10 Jan. 2023
No guests this week! In a brand new spoken word, Jello Biafra addresses the ongoing investigation of January 6th and the crimes that go beyond the events of that day. What Would Jello Do? is an [...]
9 Dec. 2022
Jello Biafra sits down with musician Dominic Davi, bassist for the bands Tsunami Bomb and Loud Graves. Davi is also head of Jello's long running independent record label Alternative Tentacles Records [...]
24 Nov. 2022
Actor, musician, and comedian Fred Armisen sits down with Jello Biafra for an epic discussion that you do not want to miss! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more [...]
31 Oct. 2022
Jello Biafra welcomes author and freelance journalist, Greg Palast in this politically charged episode of Renegade Roundtable. Greg lets listeners in on the logistics of voter fraud and gives them [...]
28 Oct. 2022
Jello Biafra and acclaimed musician, Mojo Nixon have been friends for many years and have had lots of fun together in the past that even included a collaborative album. Together [...]
21 Oct. 2022
Musician Al Jourgensen of Ministry is Jello Baifra‘s guest on the very first Renegade Roundtable episode! They talk about politics, their history together, their [...]
25 Sep. 2022
The launching of Jello Biafra's new platform of expression! with his long list of brilliant guests to rant with!On the Weirder Together Podcast Network. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for [...]

The LRB Podcast

31 Jan. 2023
Long before Margaret Thatcher told her cabinet that The Constitution of Liberty was “what we believe”, neoliberal poster boy Friedrich Hayek had been denounced by his mentor as a [...]
24 Jan. 2023
In the first episode of a four-part series exploring the intersection of climate chaos and reproductive justice, Meehan Crist talks to activist and feminist scholar Loretta J. Ross. Ross discusses [...]
17 Jan. 2023
In 1939, Dorothy Thompson was on the cover of Time, the ‘First Lady of American journalism’ and a major celebrity. By 1945, she’d been widely dismissed as a crank.Deborah Friedell joins [...]
10 Jan. 2023
Laleh Khalili, a former management consultant, talks to Tom about how firms such as McKinsey, Accenture and Bain go about their business, the consequences of their relentless quest for [...]
3 Jan. 2023
Michael Wood talks to Malin Hay about the recent list from Sight and Sound of the ‘greatest films of all time’ (in which he voted), and what considerations could, or should, go into [...]
27 Dec. 2022
Alan Bennett reads his 2022 diary (with some extra bits), in which he buys his dad a violin, goes to Venice with a goat, and tries to make the queen laugh.Listen without ads, and find more from Alan [...]
20 Dec. 2022
Mark Ford and Seamus Perry return for the final episode in their Close Readings series looking at 19th and 20th century poetry. On the centenary of the publication of Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’ [...]

The Doug Stanhope Podcast

25 Jan. 2023
Doug is back from vacation and has a problem with resort fees. Bingo gets a used cat. Recorded Jan 20th, 2023 at the Tucson Hotel in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Tracey [...]
11 Jan. 2023
Doug has a new residence on the road before he goes on the road. Recorded Jan 7th, 2023 at the Tucson Hotel in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey [...]
27 Dec. 2022
William Regal, English retired professional wrestler, known for his over 20 years spent in WWE, as both a performer and an on-screen authority, and for his time performing in World Championship [...]
14 Dec. 2022
Bingo's hole issue, when an IUD is MIA, Doug has a fire update and Kristine Levine offers to help. Recorded Dec 13th, 2022 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo [...]
2 Dec. 2022
Practically homeless, Doug now has to deal with the crazies. Recorded Dec 1st, 2022 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@Egglester), [...]
1 Dec. 2022
Lots of phone calls but not a lot getting done. Doug fills us in. Recorded Nov 30th, 2022 at the QuietHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Raider, Tracey [...]
30 Nov. 2022
Fire at the compound. Recorded Nov 27th, 2022 at the QuietHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Raider, Tracey (@egglester), and Ggreg Chaille [...]

This American Life

29 Jan. 2023
Sometimes you raise your hand. Other times you’re just the only one left.
22 Jan. 2023
People being dodged, delayed, and evaded—and what they do to put an end to it.
15 Jan. 2023
They mean something, whether we want them to or not.
8 Jan. 2023
Writer Etgar Keret tries to come up with the stories that capture his late mother, Orna Keret—but it’s hard, he says, because she’s like Maria in West Side Story and she’s also like Thanos [...]
25 Dec. 2022
People experiencing Christmas in brand new ways, giving the holiday even more meaning.
4 Dec. 2022
Something we’ve never done before: true stories told in the form of a game show.
27 Nov. 2022
People trying to coax each other across the line, from one side to the other.

HISTORY THIS WEEK

30 Jan. 2023
January 30, 1649 / 1661. London, 1649. King Charles I lays his head on a chopping block. The axe falls and, soon with it, the monarchy. What follows is Parliament’s grueling effort to set up a [...]
23 Jan. 2023
January 27, 1925. Musher “Wild Bill” Shannon and his team of sled dogs race off into the frigid Alaskan night. He’s carrying a package of life-saving serum, wrapped in fur to keep it from [...]
16 Jan. 2023
Here’s a special episode of Cautionary Tales, a podcast from our friends at Pushkin Industries. On Cautionary Tales, bestselling author Tim Harford shares stories of human error, natural disasters, [...]
9 Jan. 2023
January 11, 2022. Lt. Col. James Harvey arrives at Nellis Air Force base in Nevada for the first time in 73 years. He’s there to accept a plaque celebrating the last time he was there—for the Air [...]
2 Jan. 2023
January 3, 1924. Archeologists crowd into an ancient Egyptian tomb to uncover what awaits them in the unopened burial chamber. The world is waiting to find out. That’s because two years before, the [...]
26 Dec. 2022
December 26, 2022. For the first time, a behind-the-scenes look at a key part of the History This Week episode-making process. Today, we’re inviting our listeners to pull up a chair and join one of [...]
19 Dec. 2022
Christmas Eve, 1913. For months, newspapers have been trumpeting an urgent message: Do your Christmas shopping early. It would be easy to assume this was the work of greedy department [...]

Atlas Obscura Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
As part of Black History Month Atlas Obscura will be sharing some episodes from the archive including this story about a gigantic public square dedicated to Ghanaian independence - and producer [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Rico Gagliano, host of the MUBI podcast, takes listeners to The Westgate Movie Theater in Minneapolis for a story about a movie that flopped terribly when it was released that changed the course of [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Sigmund Freud’s famous psychoanalytic couch is preserved in his final office in London, England.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Host Dylan Thuras leads listeners on a journey that leads to the preserved middle finger of Galileo Galilei, astronomer, physicist and engineer.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
30 Jan. 2023
This building in Tangier was one of the first pieces of land owned by the United States Government outside of the country, and was a gift from “America’s first friend.”READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
27 Jan. 2023
This Ecuadorian cave has captured the attention of  government officials, scientists, and professional cavers and is home to a particularly rare creature.READ MORE IN THE [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Rae Wynn-Grant, Ph.D. is a wildlife ecologist specializing in large carnivores. And in this episode she unfolds a mystery for listeners. To hear more about her encounter with a lion: [...]

לשם שמיים - פודקאסט התרבות

8 Jan. 2023
הוא איש רב פעלים. אוצר, חוקר, עסקן ופובליציסט אמנות. מייסד ושותף להקמת מרכזים וארגונים הפועל בשוליים ובמוסדות [...]
12 Oct. 2022
היא אמנית וידאו ומרצה שמגדירה את עצמה כ״משוטטת ביתית״. בהתאם לכך עבודותיה מבוססות על מפגשים לא צפויים בין [...]
4 Aug. 2022
הוא אמן, קולנוען, כותב ומרצה. יצירותיו משלבות מדיות וסגנונות שונים, והן מחברות בין פנטזיה גרוטסקית למציאות [...]
6 Jul. 2022
היא אמנית ישראלית הפועלת בברלין, ומציגה בכמה מהמוזיאונים וחללי התצוגה החשובים בעולם. עבודתה החלה בצילום [...]
19 May. 2022
הם מעצבים, אוצרים וחוקרי עיצוב, המעורבים כיוצרים, יזמים ומנהלים בשלל מיזמים מקומיים ובינלאומיים. עבודתם ביחד [...]
10 May. 2022
לשם שמיים לייב עם יולי חרומצ׳נקו ורן כהן-אהרונוב, שמקימים מרחבים בטוחים לילדי פליטים אוקראינים במולדובה.שיחה [...]

Radio Juxtapoz

9 Jan. 2023
Ian Strange isn't your traditional street artist, hell, he isn't your traditional installation artist. Architectural interventionist? Spatial performance artist? On his website, he notes, "His [...]
5 Dec. 2022
“… painting Central Park is a challenge because there's so many paintings of it and everyone has their own personalized visual. But I thought if I just paint it in my own way, it's going to be [...]
28 Nov. 2022
Yes, here we are, Radio Juxtapoz turns 100. And what a way to turn 100 then to look back at the golden age of... well, suspended adulthood? For this 100th episode, we sit down with Laura June Kirsch [...]
20 Nov. 2022
In celebration of the Moral Fibres collaboration between the charitable organizations Migrate Art and Love Welcomes, Radio Juxtapoz took a moment to speak on how they each have found a place in both [...]
11 Nov. 2022
This isn't his first rodeo with us, but wow, it's always great to sit down with our friend Axel Void. He is both an elegant and renegade soul, a painter, muralist, a lynchpin in the Void Projects [...]
17 Oct. 2022
It was supposed to be a hailed and more open return to London art week and the Frieze Art Fair in Regent's Park. Sure, it was open last year, but 2022 saw a chance to revive the London art world [...]
10 Oct. 2022
For over a decade, the German artist HERA was one part of the successful street and fine art duo, HERAKUT. Their murals were seen across the world as part of a major generation of street artist who [...]

תיק עבודות

5 Feb. 2023
גנית גולדשטיין היא מעצבת, בוגרת המחלקה לצורפות ואופנה בבצלאל והתואר השני בטקסטיל ברויאל קולג׳ בלונדון, [...]
29 Jan. 2023
ירמי פינקוס הוא מאייר, סופר (זוכה פרס ספיר!), קומיקסאי, קריקטוריסט, מרצה, מבקר אופרה בדימוס ועוד כמה דברים. [...]
22 Jan. 2023
רחלי שרפשטיין היא מעצבת מוצר שבשנים האחרונות מפרגנת לעצמה (ולנו) לגלוש לשדה האמנות. אתם אולי מכירים אותה [...]
15 Jan. 2023
רוני עזגד־המבורגר היא במאית, יוצרת, עורכת ומרצה, בוגרת התואר הראשון בתקשורת חזותית בשנקר והתכנית לתואר שני [...]
7 Jan. 2023
יאיר עדתו הוא מנכ״ל ומייסד בריאה (Bria), סטארט־אפ ישראלי שמאפשר לקחת תמונות וסרטים ולייצר באמצעותם תוכן ויזואלי [...]
1 Jan. 2023
גילי גולנדר היא מייסדת שותפה ב־Bazaart, פלטפורמת עיצוב ״לאנשים שאינם מעצבים״. האפליקציה קיימת כבר 10 שנים, [...]
25 Dec. 2022
דוד עדיקא הוא אמן או צלם או יוצר בצילום או כולם יחד, אחד המשפיעים והמוערכים בעולם האמנות המקומי, וגם עומד [...]

הספרנים | Hasafranim

26 Jan. 2023
84 שנים מפרידות בין פרסום שני הספרים "אוהל הדוד תום" ו-"חלף עם הרוח", המשקפים תמונה מנוגדת זה מזה של מעמד העבדים [...]
12 Jan. 2023
בהשפעת להקות הרוק והפופ בארה"ב ובאירופה, הגיטרות החשמליות נכנסו גם אל תוך שירי הלהקות הצבאיות בסוף שנות [...]
29 Dec. 2022
הישגי מלחמת ששת הימים והערצה לצה"ל הביאה גם למאבקי אגו בין הגנרלים - למי תהיה להקה צבאית טובה יותר.  הם התחרו [...]
21 Nov. 2022
רבים מהיהודים מגורשי ספרד ופורטוגל היגרו לעולם החדש, מבלי לדעת שהאינקוויזיציההספרדית תרדוף אותם גם שם - [...]
31 Oct. 2022
כמעט מאה שנה מפרסום המניפסט הארסי ובלתי ניתן לקריאה של אדולף היטלר, ישבנו לשיחה עם פרופ' עודד היילברונר על [...]
22 Sep. 2022
 שמו של משה מונטיפיורי מוכר כמעט לכולם, אבל שמה של אשתו – שהייתה עשירה יותר, מקושרת יותר ופעלתנית לא פחות – [...]
24 Aug. 2022
לכבוד הגעתה של המלחינה פורצת הדרך נורית הירש לגיל גבורות, אירחנו אותה לשיחה על הקריירה המפוארת ומרובת [...]

The Creative Boom Podcast

21 Dec. 2022
It's been two years and nearly a hundred episodes since we launched The Creative Boom Podcast. With 2023 fast approaching, we thought a Christmas Special might be in order. One that celebrates [...]
19 Dec. 2022
It's our final guest of season five. Angela Roche is a graphic designer and creative director who runs Manchester studio, Love & Logic. We've been trying to get Angela on the show for [...]
12 Dec. 2022
Our next guest is Meredith Schomburg, a Brooklyn-based illustrator originally from North Carolina. Today, we'll be hearing about the interesting twists and turns of Meredith's career thus far. [...]
5 Dec. 2022
This week's guest is Lyndsay McLaren – account director at All Conditions Media and founder of Neighbourhood Skate Club. Lyndsay has spent the past decade in marketing and creative [...]
28 Nov. 2022
This week's guest on is Dyneisha Gross, an American graphic designer based in Washington DC, currently working at Ogilvy, one of the most respected creative agencies in the world. Dyneisha [...]
21 Nov. 2022
This week, our guest is Michael Freimuth – the co-founder and creative director of Franklyn, a respected design studio in New York City. If you find yourself on Michael's personal website, [...]
14 Nov. 2022
Our next guest is Tom Geismar, the acclaimed American graphic designer famous for creating some of the world's most recognisable and enduring brands. Tom is a founding member of Chermayeff [...]

World Cafe Words and Music Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
World Cafe asked veteran music journalists Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot of Sound Opinions to choose the definitive Chicago album.
3 Feb. 2023
Chicago's Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church played a pivotal role in the evolution of gospel.
1 Feb. 2023
The "beat scientist" and composer chats about his musical upbringing and his approach to remixing live music.
30 Jan. 2023
Ayana Contreras, host of WBEZ's Reclaimed Soul, talks about what makes Chicago soul special.
30 Jan. 2023
The city's Chicago Music Exchange boasts a massive showroom that looks more like a museum of musical instruments.
27 Jan. 2023
DePaul University student Eli Schmitt hosts live performances from local bands as part of his New Now series.
27 Jan. 2023
The Puerto Rican rapper and educator travels all over the city and the world using hip hop as a way to connect.

Pop Culture Happy Hour

3 Feb. 2023
In the horror film Knock at the Cabin, a gay couple and their young daughter are vacationing at a remote cabin when four strangers arrive and take them hostage. They are told the only thing that will [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The very funny Hulu comedy Extraordinary is about a smart but directionless young woman named Jen who lives in London and doesn't feel great about herself. She hurls herself into a lot of hilariously [...]
1 Feb. 2023
It was a game changer when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family. Since then, they've given interviews, secured lucrative multimedia deals, and launched [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Over 100 feature films played at this year's Sundance Film Festival. There were deeply personal stories told by emerging filmmakers, buzzy narratives ripped from the headlines, and so much more. And [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Beyoncé's Renaissance is a joyful, sonic immersion made for dance floors of all kinds. The album earned nine Grammy nominations, and during this Sunday's telecast, Beyoncé could win her first-ever, [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The Amazon Prime action comedy Shotgun Wedding delivers on its title in the sense that it's got a wedding, and it's got lots of guns. The film stars Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel as a couple whose [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Everything Everywhere All At Once is a zany and profound sci-fi action comedy set in multiple dimensions. It stars Michelle Yeoh as a businesswoman whose world is turned upside down the day her [...]

The Film Comment Podcast

31 Jan. 2023
On our final podcast from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, FC co-editor Devika Girish talks to filmmakers Deborah Stratman, Mary Helena Clark, and Mike Gibisser about their fantastic new films, [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
25 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
24 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
23 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
23 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
21 Jan. 2023
The Sundance Film Festival triumphantly returns to in-person screenings this year, which of course means that your intrepid Film Comment crew is once again on the scene in snowy Park City, bringing [...]
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