Best K Pop History podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Welcome to The Dinner Party Download, a fast and funny hour of culture, food and conversation: “public radio’s arts & leisure section.” In every episode you’ll learn a joke; bone up on an odd bit of history and then wash it down with a themed cocktail recipe; meet artists of note; have your burning etiquette questions answered; savor an emerging food trend; and hear your new favorite song. Plus, unconventional wisdom from hosts Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam.
Super K-Pop
Super K-pop is a program that uses all of the different genres of K-pop to present the endless possibilities of K-pop. From the hottest current hit songs, to all of the hidden gems we don't know about. Youll be able to hear all of it right here.
Catch the Wave
Join us every day, for a global radio show, that takes you beyond the world of K-pop and deeper into Korean culture.
Very Bad Wizards
Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.
Damn Near 30
Join Vicki Vi and Ebony K weekly as they take you on their adventures through adult hood, talk through their unrealistic expectations of being on the other side of 25 and try to figure out "what had happened". Being 25 is a milestone that can be scary but getting older doesnt have to be hard. Each week they will cover new topics ranging from being in an "Adult" relationship, navigating the nuances of being a young professional, to understanding the importance of your credit history. Come for ...
Music Access
Thrilling K-POP World in my hands Everyday from 2P.M. to 4P.M KST, Meet DJ Benji everyday
The show that let’s those on the go know just where to go when the wander the big blue marble.
Sound K
Everything you need to know about K-pop! This is SOUND K, where you get a taste of hip-hop and R&B music, among a variety of other K-Pop genres!
K-Pop Stancast
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***WE HAVE MOVED!!!! NO NEW EPISODES WILL BE ON SC**********NEW LOGO AS WELL!**********This Podcast is done on the Tennessee Volunteers and American sports by Elijah (@elijahbcrouch) and Carson Crouch (@user-857234349). It was voted 3rd best Vols Podcast in early 2018 by Player Fm, and was #20 on the iTunes top charts in its category above ESPN, CBS, NPR, Fox Sports, and more.The podcast links are below.#Vols #GBO #VFL #TennesseeVols #podcast #tonybasilio #elijah #carson #crouch #young
First Strike Podcast
First Strike is all about expressing our ideas on video game culture. We all have a rich history and know how about video games and often have instense discussions about today's gaming news. So sit down, pop in some earbuds and spend an hour listening to 4 Gamers go at it about what they know best.The Crew is made up of Nathan Keith, Blake Gross, Patrick Holloway, and Luciano Fenu.
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David and Tamler argue about William James' classic essay "The Will to Believe." What's more important - avoiding falsehood or discovering truth? When (if ever) is it rational to believe anything without enough evidence? What about beliefs that we can't be agnostic about? Are there hypotheses that we have to believe in order for them to come tr ...…
2019-05-09By Arirang Radio.
2019-05-07By Arirang Radio.
2019-05-02By Arirang Radio.
David and Tamler are pulled into Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas." Omelas is a truly happy city, except for one child who lives in abominable misery. Is that too high a moral cost? Why do some people walk away from the city? Why does no one help the child? Why does Le Guin make us create the city with her? Plus, we talk ...…
2019-04-30By Arirang Radio.
Some of what we made for our background music. Mostly made by @elijahbcrouch.By Give Him 6 Podcast.
2019-04-24By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-23By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-18By Arirang Radio.
As parents we like to think we have an impact on our children - their future, their happiness, the kinds of people they turn out to be. But are we deluded? Dave and Tamler are joined by empathy's kryponite, the great Paul Bloom, to talk about Judith Rich Harris's view that parents matter a lot less than you might think (while genes and peer gro ...…
2019-04-16By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-15By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-10By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-09By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-08By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-04By Arirang Radio.
The less we know, the more we know it. David and Tamler talk about the notorious Dunning-Kruger effect, which makes us overconfident in beliefs on topics we're ignorant about and under-confident when we're experts. Plus, we break down an evolutionary psychology article on why poor men and hungry men prefer women with big breasts. Trust us, it's ...…
2019-04-02By Arirang Radio.
2019-04-01By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-28By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-27By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-25By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-21By Arirang Radio.
David and Tamler dive into the book of Ecclesiastes, an absurdist classic that is somehow also a book of the Bible. Is everything meaningless, vain, and a chasing after the wind? Are humans just the same as animals? Are wise people no better off than fools? Will God judge us after we die, rewarding the good people and punishing the shit-heels? ...…
2019-03-19By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-14By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-12By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-11By Arirang Radio.
On this week's episode we are celebrating DamnNear 30s 1 year anniversary, kicking off Women's Herstory Month with a special guest and getting boozy with the TEA!By Vicki Vi and Ebony K..
2019-03-07By Arirang Radio.
2019-03-06By Arirang Radio.
Poor and black defendants have more legal rights than ever, but that didn't stop mass incarceration. Why is that? We talk about a paper by Paul Butler called "Poor People Lose: Gideon and the Critique of Rights." Plus, we answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind: how to live as an anti-natalist. And Tamler is appalled to discover David's a ...…
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