"Jason Ellis Show" co-host, comic, and NY Times best-selling writer Mike Tully hosts a weekly interview show that is equal parts funny and thought-provoking.
The songs (and stories behind the songs) that highlighted August 1982's new music releases. Hear the best of the rest in a bonus pod exclusively at Patreon.com/MikeTully!
Nick Seabrook discusses "One Person, One Vote: A Surprising History of Gerrymandering in America".
From Singapore, Liza Lin discusses "Surveillance State: Inside China's Quest to Launch a New Era of Social Control," co-authored with Josh Chin and based on their reporting for The Wall Street Journal.
A look at the most noteworthy new music releases from July 1982. After listening to this, come hear a companion pod featuring even more July '82 new music FREE at Patreon.com/MikeTully!
Jonathan Cohen discusses "For a Dollar and a Dream: State Lotteries in Modern America".
Bill Keenan discusses his memoirs "Odd Man Rush: A Harvard Kid's Hockey Odyssey from Central Park to Somewhere in Sweden—with Stops along the Way" and "Discussion Materials: Tales of a Rookie Wall Street Investment Banker".
A look back and new and noteworthy music releases from June '82. After listening to this, enjoy a companion pod featuring 10 more June '82 new releases streaming FREE at Patreon.com/MikeTully
Author Dan Ozzi discusses "Sellout: The Major-Label Feeding Frenzy That Swept Punk, Emo, and Hardcore (1994–2007)", newly available in expanded paperback edition. Hear a follow-up pod exploring music from Dan's book at Patreon.com/MikeTully
Author and MIT professor Kieran Setiya returns to discuss his latest book, "Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way".
Experimental psychologist Adam Mastroianni returns to discuss a recent post of his entitled "Why aren't smart people happier?" plus other entries from his (highly recommended) blog ExperimentalHistory.substack.com
Author Douglas Rushkoff discusses his latest book "Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires."
WAY too many noteworthy new music releases from May 1982 to cover in one show. So when you're done with this episode, hear Part 2 FREE exclusively at Patreon.com/MikeTully!
Arizona State professor and "Sports Ethicist" Shawn Klein discusses moral and ethical issues affecting contemporary sports and sports fandom. Learn more about Shawn and his work at SportsEthicist.com
"You Are Not So Smart" podcast host David McRaney discusses his latest book, "How Minds Change: The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion and Persuasion".
Author Ben Merlis on the oral history "Goin' Off: The Story of the Juice Crew & Cold Chillin' Records".
David Libert discusses his new memoir, "Rock and Roll Warrior: My Misadventures with Alice Cooper, Prince, George Clinton, Living Colour, The Runaways, and More" available for pre-sale now at www.sunsetblvdbooks.co
Clive Thompson on how moral panics of the past can help us understand our present, voting machines & election integrity, and much more. Visit Clive Thompson.Medium.com for all your Clive needs and Patreon.com/MikeTully for all your me needs.
"Adam Ruins Everything" host Adam Conover discusses his new (Obama-produced!) Netflix limited-run series look at our federal government, "The G Word".
Sarah Stodola discusses "The Last Resort: A Chronicle of Paradise, Profit, and Peril at the Beach".
Adam Mastroianni on the oligopoly of pop culture and much more. Read more of Adam's work at ExperimentalHistory.substack.com
A look at the most noteworthy new music releases from April 1982, including classic works from Elton John, Paul McCartney, and - last but not least - Anvil.
Author Danielle Friedman discusses her book "Let's Get Physical: How Women Discovered Exercise and Reshaped the World."
BBC Radio host and writer Dan Saladino discusses his book “Eating to Extinction: The World’s Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them".
Writer James Pogue discusses his Vanity Fair article "Inside the New Right, Where Peter Thiel is Placing His Biggest Bets."
Enjoy the latest episode of "The Deuce," my new podcast with perennial Tully Show favorite Jessimae Peluso. Hear new episodes of The Deuce every Tuesday exclusively at Patreon.com/TheDeucePodcast!