Best George Chen podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Zum is a record label and former print fanzine started in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founder George Chen (freelance writer, musician, comic), now based in Los Angeles, selects music and chats with friends from different genres of creative endeavor. He is also the co-host of Sup Doc documentary podcast.
 
Talk, more talk, chat, more chat - We're happy to do it for you (Beatles)
 
Doc dorks Paco Romane and George Chen host Sup Doc! Launched in 2015 Sup Doc has been called a "brilliant" documentary podcast! On each episode they have a lively recap with really interesting guests (comedians, filmmakers, musicians, actors and writers) that have hand-picked the featured documentary. Documentaries are the new water cooler topic, and our show tries to hit the right tone of funny and thoughtful. We even want you to enjoy the conversation if you haven’t seen the film we’re dis ...
 
Heard on TheBlazeRadio.com or TheBlazeTV.com every weekdays at 6a-9a(et)Follow me on Twitter! @DocThompsonShowFollow me on Facebook! fb.com/DocThompsonShow
 
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The CyberJungle
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The CyberJungle is the nation's first news talk show on security, privacy and the law. Featuring digital forensics and infosec specialist Ira Victor and award-winning journalist Samantha Stone. The show is fast-paced and includes hard hitting news analysis. Formerly The Data Security Podcast.
 
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They Call Us Bruce
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Hosts Jeff Yang and Phil Yu present an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America.
 
Townhall Review is today’s top conservative weeke…
 
I’ve been going to science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comic book conventions since I was 15, and I’ve found that while the con which takes place within the walls of a hotel or convention center is always fun, the con away from the con—which takes place when I wander off-site with friends for a meal—can often be more fun. In fact, my love of tracking down good food while traveling the world attending conventions has apparently become so well known that one blogger even dubbed me “science f ...
 
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Learn from independent board game designers how they got where they did and what they learned along the way.
 
Ken Fong gets to the heart of Asian American culture, history, and spirituality. Through interviews with movers and shakers in the Asian American community -- some you know, others you've never heard of before -- prepare to laugh, cry, and be amazed.
 
Genesis Chiropractic Software and host Dr. Tabor Smith bring you interview after interview of some of the most successful Chiropractors and business moguls in the profession.
 
PC Magazine's Fast Forward With Dan Costa is a weekly podcast and interview program that features one-on-one discussions with leaders in technology and business. Guests include influential entrepreneurs, CEOs, experts, and analysts who discuss what’s next in tech and its impact on society, culture, and business. Fast Forward lives beyond the daily news cycle and adds value to the important conversation around technology and how it changes our lives everyday. The show is broadcast live on Fac ...
 
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The Five Count
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The Five Count is a radio show in Mankato, Minnesota. Listen live Saturdays at 9 p.m. CT. The show is hosted by Dustin Wilmes and Juston “Ton” Cline and also features celebrity interviews and other nonsense. Feel free to call the show toll-free at 1-800-456-7810. Tonight is your night, bro!
 
Check, Please! Bay Area is KQED Public Television’s local series featuring regular people reviewing San Francisco Bay Area restaurants. Find out more about this KQED series at: kqed.org/checkplease.
 
A look at the week's Top Ten Talkradio Topics.
 
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Kitty Talks
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Find out how to build a life you love in alignment with your soul. Kitty not only interviews top thought leaders from around the world who are making a difference with their work, but she inspires you to tune into why your really came here and do your dharma. We all have a gift we can bring to the world, do you know yours?This podcast will show you how. Our guests Ruby Warrington (the numinous), Mastin Kipp, Lilou Macé, Alexi Panos and many more share their life stories, empowering you to cr ...
 
Rob Shuter "Straight Shuter" brings to life his number one celebrity gossip column in his own naughty but nice way. Get the exclusive celebrity scoop on all the stars you love before any of your friends on radaronline.com. Tweet Rob at @NaughtyNiceRob
 
Transatlantic Poetry is global poetry movement bringing some of the most exciting poets from the US, UK, Europe and beyond together for live online readings and conversations. With the help of notable partners, we are transforming the way people experience poetry in the twenty-first century.
 
​ Yin & Young is a podcast that explores the intricacies of life, relationships, art, and the Asian American experience.
 
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Expert Insight into the world of business. BusinessClass brings in depth interviews people on the inside of international business.
 
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This Week in Kpop
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This Week in Kpop is a bi-weekly discussion podcast of the newest Kpop music video releases. Join two guys discover, discuss, and digest a healthy scoop of Kpop goodness each week!
 
Welcome to the world’s best, certainly most practical, marketing show. Tim Reid here (you can call me Timbo) - I’m the founder and host. In its 7th year, The Small Business Big Marketing Show is laser-focussed on helping you, the motivated business owner, implement clever, effective marketing ideas that you can use to grow your business into the empire it deserves to be. Or maybe you’re a startup looking for mind-blowingly good marketing ideas that don’t cost a fortune. Well, you’re in the r ...
 
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Edgeland
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The most straightedge podcast on the internet. www.edgelandpodcast.com
 
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Classical Classroom
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Houston Public Media classical music librarian, Dacia Clay has a secret: she knows next to nothing about classical music. But she wants to learn! Luckily, she's surrounded by classical music experts every day. In each episode of the Classical Classroom, Dacia's colleagues and some local classical music luminaries take turns giving her classical music "homework assignments". You'll learn about everything from bel canto aria to the use of leitmotif in the score to Star Wars. Come learn with us ...
 
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Creative Trek
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Creative Trek takes you on a journey behind the minds of today's top creative professionals and artists. Uncover the secrets of creativity, and discover true strategies you need to thrive in the marketplace.
 
A podcast about Hollywood, Music, Cinema, Geek Culture, and Complete Randomness
 
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Give Me Fiction
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Give Me Fiction is a prose reading series hosted by Ivan Hernandez. Each month at GMF’s live show, some of the finest minds in comedy, literature, and the arts write pieces based on a theme. Each week on this podcast, we deliver one of those stories to the listening public. Presented by Boing Boing.
 
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And now, brought to you by Von's Cricket Emporium and Billy Bob's Cricket Extravaganzamart, it's time for "As the Crickets Chirp", the continuing saga of the sleepy little town of Bugton Hollow, population…unknown. Season 5 Episode 1: The Agency of Secret Secrets.
 
Now in its record third week, the partial shutdown of the federal government casts a long shadow over the new Congress and the nascent Democratic presidential field. But has it affected President Trump’s popularity? David Brady, the Hoover Institution’s Davies Family Senior Fellow and a Stanford University public policy professor, reviews the p ...…
 
Today I chat with Steven Aramini who is the designer behind many games including Tricky Tides, Sprawopolis, and Animal Kingdoms. We chat about how to enter and win design contests His design process And the difference between B-17s & B-52s
 
The Consumer Electronics Show, CES, is how tech starts the year. It’s a massive event in Vegas with halls full of booths, wall-to-wall people, and companies competing to convince the world that they own the future. Julia Boorstin and I were there for CNBC, interviewing executives, taking in the news, now we’re going to break down what it all me ...…
 
Season 5 kicks off with a fascinating and educational interview with one of the legendary founding fathers of modern entomophagy Dave Gracer. Aly Moore has a sweet recipe, and whips up a tasty treat in our new “Cooking with Critters” segment from the Bugible kitchen. Our friend from France Florian Nock brings us all the latest edible insect new ...…
 
Now that the Democrats are in charge in the House of Representatives, Harold Meyerson says, we can learn a lot about progressive political opportunities by studying “the Republican dogs that didn’t bark in the night” – the political issues Republicans didn’t attack in the recent elections--because they have widespread public support. Harold is ...…
 
E397 | What is "development?" What can we learn about this key concept of the 20th century world by looking at it through the history of modern Iraq? In this episode, Sara Pursley unpacks the history of "development" in many forms to show how ideas about what the future should look like have governed what's possible in the present and the ways ...…
 
Today I chat with Kathryn Hymes who makes games based on language! We chat about: Sign language and how it was spontaneously created Why story based games are so challenging to make and How to use Slack effectively
 
Wellness, fitness, nutrition – all of it is getting a makeover in this age of mobile tech. Now you can book doctor appointments on an app, get your blood drawn and the results back in 20 minutes. You can give your doctor access to your genetic code and get truly personalized service. Your stationary bike can connect to the Internet to motivate ...…
 
Today I chat with Eric Williams who relaunched House Rules on Kickstarter two years after a failed campaign. Learn about what he learned How to get connected to your local indie game designer scene How to incorporate economic principles into your next game And why Denver is the bees-knees
 
E396 | In this special episode, novelist Orhan Pamuk and historian Nükhet Varlık discuss how to write about plague and epidemics in Ottoman history. Orhan Pamuk is a Nobel Prize-winning novelist whose works such as My Name is Red drew masterfully on the literature and art of early modern Ottoman society. In an ongoing project, Pamuk is turning ...…
 
Our most popular interviews of the year, starting with Seymour Hersh, one of our heroes; he says “don’t underestimate Trump.” He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1970 for his expose of the My Lai massacre—he was a 33-year-old freelancer at the time. Since then, he’s won pretty much every other journalism award. He’s worked as a staff writer for The New ...…
 
The economy is in a very odd place right now. The overall numbers are great in the United States. Unemployment is low, growth is decent, several companies have been raising the wages of blue-collar employees. But at the same time, stable, full-time jobs with benefits can be hard to come by. To make ends meet and improve their quality of life, l ...…
 
E395 | Zones of autonomy and resistance make up the region historically called Kurdistan - areas that can include parts of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Armenia - depending on whom you ask. This region, whose territory spans the boundaries of nation-states created after the First World War, continues to host conflict between powerful states an ...…
 
Today I chat with Arthur Franz, a complete (american) football enthusiast! We chat about: How to make sports games Why you can & should sell via The Game Crafter & how you can play over the telephone!
 
For our year-in-review show, we open with a Russiagate update with David Klion – he says it’s basically a corruption scandal whose basic facts have been obvious for a long time—and one that should bring down Trump’s presidency. In a lot of ways, Trump himself was the biggest story in 2018--we ask Amy Wilentz the key question: “is Trump crazy?” ...…
 
Merry Christmas Yin & Young listeners! Today, we're sharing a very special episode, particularly for those men looking for that special someone this holiday season and into the new year. James (aka Young) interviews Jeremy Jong, an experienced relationship and dating coach with a focus on helping Asian American men attract the women of their dr ...…
 
E394 | How do you conduct research on an archive you can’t talk about? This was the problem faced by our guest Olly Akkerman on her research trip to Gujarat when she went to work on the manuscript library of the Alawi Bohra community of Baroda. The sacred library was only accessible to the leaders of the Bohra community and its contents can’t b ...…
 
When Intel found itself without a CEO, the board of directors turned to Bob Swan, the chief financial officer, to keep the company running. That was six months ago. A few days ago Swan and I sat down at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York to discuss a tumultuous year, an ongoing transformation, his path to the top of corporate finance, and more. ...…
 
In 2018, the House went Democratic and the Senate remained Republican – both, as expected. Now, the presidential cycle begins. Hoover senior fellows and Stanford political scientists David Brady and Douglas Rivers, conductors of a recount poll on political trends, discuss what 2018 told us about American politics, the health of the Trump presid ...…
 
Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 24 airs Thursday, December 20 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. Our first guest is a teen who’s been chowing down on the homey Italian fare at Antipastos in San Jose ever since he was a bambino. Next up, an ultimate frisbee ...…
 
Today on the show I chat with Christina Scamporrino. She's an Art Director in her day job and he applies that to her new game Money Buns. She helps us understand: The design of everyday things Why theme or lack of a theme can be helpful And why she loves the beach so much
 
John Nichols presents the highlights of The Nation’s annual Progressive Honor Roll—our heroes in Congress, in state politics, and in leading protests at the border. Also: is Obamacare unconstitutional? A federal judge ruled last week that all of Obamacare violates the constitution if he’s upheld by the Supreme Court, 20 million people will lose ...…
 
As 2018 draws to a close, a panel of journalists looks back at some of the defining controversies of the year. Digital data became a flashpoint as more people considered the implications of smartphone apps that literally track our every move. Digital fun came into question as parents heightened their concerns about kids glued to screens. And di ...…
 
Today I chat with Dirk Knemeyer co-host of The Game Design Roundtable Podcast. We chat about: Making historical games The challenges of marketing yourself & your games And who is better: Tesla or Edison?
 
Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 23 airs Thursday, December 13 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. Up first, a water polo player who loves spicy food and finds it as often as possible at Zareen’s, a bustling spot offering contemporary Pakistani and Indian cu ...…
 
In this episode of the TANK magazine podcast, Caroline Issa is joined in conversation by Joey Zwillinger, co-founder of the much buzzed about footwear startup Allbirds. After working in biotech with a focus on renewable materials, Zwillinger teamed up with designer Tim Brown to bring his expertise to a sneaker industry bloated by wasteful produ ...…
 
E393 | In this episode from our friends at Trending Globally (https://soundcloud.com/watsoninstitute/sets/trending-globally), Sarah Baldwin talks with Elias Muhanna about an essay he wrote for the New Yorker in May 2018 in which he describes recent advances in translating pre-Islamic Arabic texts. The conversation focuses on the groundbreaking ...…
 
Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, William Barr, is more qualified to do the job than Matt Whitaker--but so are thousands of others. His record, however, show’s he as bad as Jeff Sessions—if not worse. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and The Nation’s legal affairs correspondent, explains. Also: a report on The Nation’s invest ...…
 
Chatting with 3 Ento businesses that are running or have recently run a crowdfunding campaigns. Livin Farms, Cowboy Crickets, and Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch. Plus, updates on Season 5 of the podcast and what is in store for the rest of December.
 
Keith Block spent a long career at Oracle before joining Salesforce five years ago. This summer he became co-CEO alongside Marc Benioff, the company’s chairman and cofounder. I spent time with Block at CNBC’s Capital@Work event this week in San Francisco, talking strategy, his background, and more. Plus: Not many people are getting a cloud for ...…
 
E392 | Bu bölümde Stefo Benlisoy ile II. Meşrutiyet döneminde Osmanlı sosyalist ve işçi hareketinin oluşumunu ve gelişimini konuşup Osmanlı'daki sosyalist grupların faaliyetlerini, yayınlarını, ve geliştirdiği siyasal perspektifleri incelemenin Osmanlı-Türkiye tarihini ve tarih yazımını anlamak açısından nasıl alternatif kanallar açabileceğine ...…
 
I had a great time at Protospiel Madison. If you haven't been protospiels are absolutely fantastic! I chat about: Games played Why you need a newsletter Upcoming guests Feedback on Fry Thief & my new witch game
 
Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 22 airs Thursday, December 6 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. First up, it’s a young girl’s dream come true at San Jose’s Minato Japanese Restaurant, where kids meals come with a prize. Then a soccer player’s pick, Tapsilo ...…
 
George H. W. Bush paved the way for today’s Republican party with his racist Willy Horton campaign, nominated Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, and pardoned the Iran-Contra conspirator whose trial would have exposed his own abuse of power. Harold Meyerson explains -- he’s executive editor of the American Prospect. Also: Katha Pollitt finds ...…
 
I chat with Jeremy Holcomb. He's teaches game design at DigiPen He created The White Box - a tool to teach game design He lettered in chess (#nerd)
 
Andy Jassy started the cloud business at Amazon, and still runs it. As AWS re:Invent, Amazon's annual cloud conference, I talked to him about Amazon's cloud strategy, global tech momentum, rivalries with other tech giants, and more.
 
E391 | The use of stimulants, what we now refer to as recreational drugs (marijuana and hashish – esrar and haşiş), in the late Ottoman world constitutes a lens through which one can observe multiple aspects of both the history of the Ottoman Empire and its historiography in its broader sense. The life and social dynamics of those involved in d ...…
 
It’s the same show you know and love, but with kids sharing their opinions of each other’s favorite restaurants with host Leslie Sbrocco! Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 21 airs Thursday, November 29 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. In the Check, Please! ...…
 
Michelle Obama declares in her new memoir, "I am not a political person, so I'm not going to attempt to offer an analysis" of Trump’s victory. That’s her stance in the rest of the book as well. It seems strange for the person the New York Times called "The most outspoken first lady in modern history." What’s going on here? Amy Wilentz comments. ...…
 
In China’s western Xinjiang territory, that country’s Uighur population finds itself banished to “re-education” camps in order to shed its Muslim faith and conform with Chinese ways. Michael Auslin, the Hoover Institution’s Hoover’s Williams-Griffis Fellow in Contemporary Asia, discusses the Trump Administration’s policy options and China’s ong ...…
 
Dan & Connie Kazmaier from Deep Aqua Games talk about Chai - a game about tea! They share: The challenges & opportunities designing for different cultures Their Instagram strategy & the Clifton Strength's Finder test
 
Max Levchin learned to write code out of necessity. His mother's necessity, specifically. Levchin co-founded PayPal, reaped a windfall from its IPO and sale, and became one of the best-connected investor/entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. But before all that, he was a teenage refugee from the Soviet Union, figuring out how to make his mark at the ...…
 
Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 20 airs Thursday, November 22 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. Three San Francisco dining spots take center stage this time… starting with Maykadeh Restaurant, where warm greetings, fragrant aromas, and delicate Persian sp ...…
 
As a prolific columnist and observer of U.S. and world affairs, Niall Ferguson has plenty to be grateful for, beginning with an American president seemingly always in the news. Ferguson, the Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, explains the many reasons why Americans should be giving thanks this holiday season. Did you like t ...…
 
Orange County, California, was the political starting point for Nixon, for the Barry Goldwater presidential campaign, and for Reagan—as Republican as any place in America. But starting in January, not a single Republican will represent Orange County in the House. It’s solid blue. Gustavo Arellano will explain how it happened – he’s a weekly col ...…
 
Today I get to chat with Jackson Pope who is a game crafter. He shares why he started crafting each piece in his games and how he's scaled that process. We'll dive in to: How to cut cards efficiently #CraftWednesday His flicking game
 
A year ago, public protests in Iran put the future of that repressive regime in doubt. With new sanctions in place and protestors again taking to the street to demonstrate against economic conditions (and new US sanctions), will 2019 witness a sea change in the Persian Gulf? Abbas Milani, a Hoover research fellow and the Hamid & Christina Mogha ...…
 
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