Brilliant solutions to the world’s problems. We meet people with ideas to make the world a better place and investigate whether they work.
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
A show about politics with No Agenda, by Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak
Solvable showcases the world’s most innovative thinkers and their proposed solutions to the world’s most daunting problems. The interviews, conducted by journalists like Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, will launch a dialogue that both acknowledges the complexity of the issues while inspiring hope that the problems are, in fact, solvable.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
Steven Crowder brings you news, entertainment and politics with the most politically incorrect show on the web. Guests, rants, sketches, your calls ... it's whatever.
Join Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist, for in-depth and informed discussions that help drive the day's political conversation. Top newsmakers, Washington insiders, journalists, and cultural influencers, come together on Morning Joe for unparalleled insight and analysis around the day's biggest stories.
Each week, Sam Sanders interviews people in the culture who deserve your attention. Plus weekly wraps of the news with other journalists. Join Sam as he makes sense of the world through conversation.
NPR's weekly current events quiz. Have a laugh and test your news knowledge while figuring out what's real and what we've made up.
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
Charlamagne Tha God and Andrew Schulz are The Brilliant Idiots. Join them each week as they explore the issues of the day in a style that's often idiotic, sometimes brilliant and always hysterical.
Demetri Kofinas interviews some of the most brilliant minds in science, technology, finance, politics, and culture as he uncovers the hidden forces driving the most powerful changes we see in the world.
A podcast of politics and culture, from the editors of Current Affairs magazine.
The Gist is on hiatus. A daily afternoon show about news, culture, and whatever else you'll be discussing with friends and family tonight.
Download the best satirical comedy from Radio 4, every Friday. Features The News Quiz, The Now Show and Dead Ringers.
Quillette is an online magazine founded by Australian writer Claire Lehmann. The publication has a primary focus on science, technology, news, culture, and politics.
NPR's Up First is the news you need to start your day. The three biggest stories of the day, with reporting and analysis from NPR News — in 10 minutes. Available weekdays by 6 a.m. ET, with hosts Rachel Martin, Noel King and Steve Inskeep. Now available on Saturdays by 8 a.m. ET, with hosts Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Scott Simon. Subscribe and listen, then support your local NPR station at donate.npr.org.
Join former House Speaker, professor, historian, and futurist Newt Gingrich as he shares his lifetime of knowledge and access to the world’s most interesting minds in a new series that covers all aspects of our society. From history to health, national security to science, Newt offers stories, conversations, and context to uncover new perspectives, knowledge and insight. This podcast isn’t about politics; it’s about exploring the past, present, and future to understand where we’ve been and w ...
“ Jimmy Dore is outrageous and outraged, bothersome and bothered, a crucial, profane, passionate voice for progressives and freethinkers in 21st century America.” -Patton Oswalt
Listen to James O'Brien's phone-in show, which will make you think - and possibly change your outlook on the big stories.
Each episode, Dan and Jordan take a look at some clips from that day's Alex Jones Show and struggle to make sense of what they find.
Journalist and bestselling author Michael Lewis (Liar's Poker, Moneyball) takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness. It feels like there's less of it every day—whether it comes to lending practices, college admissions, professional sports, or psychological well-being. Who are the people trying to level the playing field, and are they making an impact? Lewis interviews referees (Season 1) and coaches (Season 2) from many walks of life, bringing his trademark insight and wry humor to ...
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Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
Drama, News, Politics, and a rotating cast of the best guests online.
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Join Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea for the weekly New Statesman podcast, covering Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and everything in between. New episodes every Tuesday and Friday.
It's the trans-global satiricast that leaves no hot potato unbuttered. Andy Zaltzman breaks down the news with comedians from across the world including Alice Fraser, Hari Kondabolu, John Oliver, Nish Kumar, and his sister Helen. Hear our new show, The Last Post: http://pod.link/TheLastPost Follow us on YouTube. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In case you haven't heard, the news never stops. It's happening RIGHT NOW. So if you like yourself some news and love yourself Some More News, you'll likely have positive feelings about Even More News, the podcast companion to the "hit" YouTube series Some More News, brought to you by your co-hosts Cody Johnston and Katy Stoll.
CBC Radio’s The Sunday Magazine is a lively, wide-ranging mix of topical long-form conversations, engaging ideas and more. Each week, host Piya Chattopadhyay takes time for deep exploration, but also makes space for surprise, delight and fun.
Public feed for The Michael Brooks Legacy Project, conversations about Michael Brooks' life and work. Also the home of old public TMBS shows and newly unlocked shows from before Michael's passing.
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Chris Mason presents topical debate in which guests answer questions from members of the public. Anita Anand presents listeners' responses to the issues raised.
Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham are working it out in this weekly show about culture in the broadest sense. That means television, film, books, music — but also the culture of work, dating, the internet and how those all fit together.
Michael Malice brings his unique perspective–and plenty of sick burns–as he discusses everything from north Korea to American politics and culture with a bevy of guests. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show 5 days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code YWMM to save 15% on the entire network, 2 week free trial.
W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are comedians who take politics seriously — and longtime friends, trying to help keep each other sane. Join them as they pull the alarm on the dumpster fire that is American politics, and talk to the creators, thinkers, and leaders doing the work to defend and reinvent our democracy.
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Topical comedy panel show takes a satirical view of the week's headlines.
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KQED's live call-in program presents balanced discussions of local, state, national, and world issues as well as in-depth interviews with leading figures in politics, science, entertainment, and the arts.
Listen to A Closer Look and more in the audio edition of Late Night with Seth Meyers, weeknights at 12:35/11:35c on NBC.
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A weekly roundup of America through the eyes of two American Americans.
The Seen and the Unseen, hosted by Amit Varma, features longform conversations that aim to give deep insights into the subjects being discussed. Timeless and bingeworthy.
Tyrus and Timpf give their hot takes, explore weird headlines and share amusing stories.
The week's news stories lovingly bashed, mashed and moulded into sketches and one-liners by the public.
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All the news, analysis and (un)necessary commentary you need to start the day, hosted by Emmy-winning journalists, news addicts and real-life pals @jillwagnerTV and @Carlo_versano Email us: email@example.com
Join Atlantic political correspondent Isaac Dovere on the road each week as he reports from around the country on the politics, policies, and personalities that are defining this crucial moment in American history. Each week brings you an intimate and surprising conversation with the names you know and names you may not know—but should.
On today's episode of the New Statesman Podcast, Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea look back at yesterday's budget announcement and what the implications might be. Is austerity back? Has Rishi Sunak got one over on Boris Johnson? And how should Labour respond? Then, in You Ask Us, they take your question on whether Nicola Sturgeon can c…
Felicity Hannah examines further Budget fall out, and speaks to the boss of Budweiser UK. She also takes a look at why Apple could be facing an anti-competition investigation and why Kings of Leon have turned to Blockchain to release their latest album.By BBC Radio 5 live
According to Webster’s Dictionary, sheeple are “people who are docile, compliant, or easily influenced”. According to Natural News, science has proven that 95% of people are sheeple. Wrong Boys investigate. Theme song by The Window Smashing Job Creators https://thewindowsmashingjobcreators.bandcamp.com/ donate: https://patreon.com/srslywrong…
U.N. Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Kelly Clements says the president's plan to welcome more refugees "sends the world an important signal." Work is already underway at the U.S.-Mexico border.By NPR
Canada Post is distributing prepaid postcards to 13.5 households in an effort to encourage people to connect with others through a handwritten note in its #WriteHereWriteNow campaign.By NPR
Newsjack's host Kiri Pritchard-McLean is joined by Luke Kempner, Nimisha Odedra, Aurie Styla and a virtual audience to make sense of this week in news.This week, we find out how people planning on getting round the wedding capactiy limits, how Pokemon's Ash and Pikachu are getting on after 25 years together, and we speak to the rugby Referee from W…
Myanmar's military has used live ammunition to quell ongoing protests, which are trying to restore democratic rule, killing scores of protesters in recent days.By NPR
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Elizabeth Holmes, writer and longtime royal watcher, about the fallout from Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey.By NPR
A young writer gets a clerical job with the book agent representing J.D. Salinger in My Salinger Year, a movie based on the memoir by Joanna Rakoff.By NPR
What newfound freedoms can people who have been vaccinated feel safe about? With only about 20% of U.S. adults vaccinated against COVID-19, experts explain why some restrictions remain in place.By NPR
In March of 2020, a group of homeless and housing-insecure people broke into empty government-owned homes in a neighborhood of Los Angeles, and occupied them. They called themselves "Reclaimers."By NPR
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, about coronavirus tests and the future of COVID-19 vaccines.By NPR
The U.S. job market is starting to show signs of recovery. Though unemployment has been falling, around 4 million people had been unemployed for over six months in February.By NPR
In Mississippi, some residents still don't have running water after a winter storm weeks ago. It's another frustration as the governor lifts the mask mandate among limited COVID-19 vaccination supply.By Kobee Vance
By almost any metric, the scope of disinformation in America has gotten steadily worse in recent years. But the deplatforming of Trump, and a subsequent dip in lies online, gives room for optimism.By NPR
Many U.S. doctors have received their COVID-19 vaccines, but nearly a third are foreign-born with family in countries facing no access to it — a disparity that troubles many as they fight the virus.By Farah Yousry
In a speech, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken described China as the Biden administration's biggest political test.By NPR
A choral group in Dallas hopes to use blockchain to monetize their new recording. Instead of making pennies from streams, they can sell a single copy for thousands of dollars... if they find a bidder.By NPR
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Capitol Police said they had intelligence of a militia group plotting to try to breach the Capitol again on March 4. The threat prompted the House to cancel its session for the day.By NPR
People in a diverse Seattle neighborhood consider the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine, particularly who is and isn't getting it and why.By NPR
Brazil is seeing a record number of coronavirus deaths as a new variant overwhelms the health care system. Over 1,900 deaths on Wednesday marked the second day in a row of record deaths.By NPR
In her new book “ Liner Notes for the Revolution” cultural critic Daphne Brooks explores the Black women artists that were major influences on American music. Brooks uncovers the racial politics at play in the recording studio, on stage, and in the reviews of everything from blues to rock and roll. Yale University African American studies professor…
The coronavirus pandemic is taking a major toll on the mental health of children and teenagers, who experts say are reporting increased levels of anxiety and major depression. A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that mental health-related visits to emergency rooms jumped by 24 percent for children ages 5 to 11 and 31 …
Movie theaters in New York City are reopening after nearly a year. And the decisions has consequences for the entire globaly output of Hollywood.By NPR
This week The Brilliant Idiots and Wax discuss Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather, Texas opening back up early, we get more wild stories that involve Wax, the stupid things people do for social media attention, and more!!By Charlamange Tha God and Andrew Schulz
Hour 4 of A&G features the issue of limiting police immunity, the guaranteed income experiment, some theories about Tiger's crash and a new pro basketball league may change the college game. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartRadio
Okta buys rival Auth0 for $6.5 billion in stock. Square buys Tidal for $300 million in cash and stock, and adds Jay-Z to the board of directors. Bill Mann analyzes those stories, and discusses whether American Eagle Outfitters’ recent hot streak is sustainable.
Hour 3 of A&G features the mask mandate, excitement over an upcoming movie, Cuomo's fake cry, the relief bill that smells like bacon and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartRadio
White House losing its TV feed. Roger Friedman interviewBy Mark Simone
Cuomo is to blame for the crime spike. Steve Couzzo InterviewBy Mark Simone
“For the People” voting reform bill is WORSE than advertised. Crowder exposes why. Also, illegal immigrants are crossing the border with COVID. China has a new way to test for the virus … in your butt. And who does Joe Biden think he’s calling a Neanderthal? 10% off Spartan Armor go to https://www.spartanarmorsystems.com/ and enter promo code CROW…
Hour 2 of A&G includes how small biz owners are dealing with vaccinations. Plus, Cuomo's apology, more freakin' NFT's, the Iraqi militant attack on the US airbase and President Biden's old man moment. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartRadio
Hour 1 of the Thursday edition of Armstrong & Getty features MichaelAngelo's reason for wearing T-Shirts. Plus, a wonderful Mailbag, Neanderthal thinking, and a new streaming service scratches an itch! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartRadio
Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a new use for deep fake technology for deceased relatives, the most “uncool” emojis to use now, rapper Soulja Boy is beefing with WWE Superstar Randy Orton, Keanu Reeves best/worst movies, an elderly man that almost died eating prime rib, a guy poured kerosene and ignited his brother on fire for changing the TV c…
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The U.S. House abruptly scrapped plans to meet Thursday following a joint bulletin from DHS and the FBI to state and local law enforcement agencies late Tuesday warning that some domestic groups have 'discussed plans to take control of the U.S. Capitol and remove Democratic lawmakers on or about' March 4.…
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Jill and Carlo talk stimulus checks: who's getting what as Senate Dems cut eligibility? Plus, a new threat to the Capitol today, the asset class taking the art world by storm and Meghan Markle gets another raw deal.
President Joe Biden is pushing states to vaccinate teachers by the end of March so schools can reopen for in-person instruction. The House cancels its session today because of a renewed security threat. And, Pope Francis will become the first pope to visit Iraq.By NPR
Seth takes a closer look at Texas and Mississippi lifting their COVID-19 restrictions and Republicans staying silent on the drive to unionize Amazon workers. Then, Jake Tapper shares his thoughts on the aftermath of Donald Trump’s presidency, explains the importance of Joe Biden’s refusal to take action against Saudi Arabia and reveals how Democrat…
Sean Farrington has the latest analysis on Budget 2021.By BBC Radio 5 live
Progressives Sell Out Workers on $15 Minimum Wage Neera Tanden Denied Confirmation -- Justice Democrats Weep! Phone Calls from Noam Chomsky, Vince Vaughn, Joe Biden, and Andrew Cuomo! Featuring Stef Zamorano, Ron Placone, and Mike MacRae!
Amber Ruffin's career is really taking off (FYI, The Amber Ruffin Show is now on NBC), and she and her sister Lacey Lamar are as close as ever, trading stories about the crazy everyday racist behavior Lacey encounters in their hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. Their book You Won't Believe What Happened to Lacey is necessary reading for anyone who doesn'…
U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 11th congressional district Madison Cawthorn joins Michael this week for a discussion on how Madison ended up in a wheelchair, the painful process of rehabilitation after the accident and the stunning realization that he'd never walk again, the daily obstacles and restrictions he faces, differences between p…
On March 1st, the White House published a “Proclamation on Read Across America Day, 2021” in which President Biden never mentions Dr. Seuss, unlike his predecessors. This decision shows how radical the people who advise Biden are. For the first time, you have a President mentioning Read Across America Day and not mentioning Dr. Seuss. Just how far …
California school districts will receive $2 billion to open public schools through second grade by April 1st. That’s according to an agreement reached by Governor Newsom and Democratic legislators on Monday. The thorny issue of school re-openings has plagued the state for nearly a year, with school boards, teachers unions, and parents at odds over …
Mina Kim is no stranger to KQED listeners. An award-winning reporter and anchor, she took over Forum’s daily 10 AM hour in July after hosting on Fridays for many years. But did you know that she’s from Newfoundland, taught first grade in New Jersey, trained doctors and surgeons to be leaders, and was an avid runner before chasing after three kids? …