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Best Lepore podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Winner of the 2020 Webby and People's Voice awards for best interview podcast. Ezra Klein brings you far-reaching conversations about hard problems, big ideas, illuminating theories, and cutting-edge research. Want to know how Stacey Abrams feels about identity politics? How Hasan Minhaj is reinventing political comedy? The plans behind Elizabeth Warren’s plans? How Michael Lewis reads minds? This is the podcast for you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
"Screw it, Just Do it" is an entertaining weekly business podcast where Alex Chisnall chats with todays most successful entrepreneurs, as well as the most exciting startups trying to emulate them. Ted Baker Founder Ray Kelvin CBE, Innocent Founder Richard Reed, Dragons Den Star Piers Linney, NOTHS Co-Founder Holly Tucker MBE, plus US Titans Lewis Howes, John Lee Dumas, & Pat Flynn are just some of the those interviewed. Each episode features stories from entrepreneurs at different stages in ...
 
Freshly Brewed is a Magic: The Gathering Podcast hosted by two of the most passionate deck brewers in the game: Frank Lepore and Ali Aintrazi. Join them each week as they discuss the latest goings-on along with their favorite cards that no one is playing...yet. You can follow them both on Twitter at @FrankLepore and @AliEldrazi
 
We are living through history, but keeping up with the unending stream of revelations, statements, tweets, and disputes is already difficult enough. If we’re going to understand this inquiry–and this presidency–we need to slow down the news cycle long enough to separate the signal from the noise. Every Saturday, Ezra Klein will do just that – through deep conversations with Vox reporters and leading policy voices about what’s going on, why it matters, and where it leaves us now.
 
The Nonsense Society is working on redefining the word “nonsense.” We love creativity that kicks us in the gut, makes us laugh, makes us cry, and surprises us in new ways. Be nonsensical. Be inspirational. That’s what the Nonsense Society is all about. This podcast features members of the Nonsense Society and their awesome creativity. For more info visit our blog at nonsensesociety.com or our gallery at nonsensesociety.net
 
New England Public Radio and the Academy of Music Theatre collaborated to present four live Story Slam events at Hinge in Northampton, MA in 2014-15. The season culminated on Saturday, April 18 in a main stage Best of Valley Voices production at the Academy of Music Theater. The Best of Valley Voices crown went to Susanne Schmidt who also took first place in November’s Lost in Translation slam! Congratulations to Susanne and the rest of our amazing storytellers! You can find all the stories ...
 
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In this weeks episode, I welcome Apprentice Winner Carina Lepore, Lord Sugar’s Newest Business Partner and CEO & Founder of Dough Artisan Bakehouse. I was meant to be meeting up with Carina at Dough Artisan Bakehouse in Herne Hill, London pre lockdown but instead she joined me for this live webinar. During this episode we chat about: Recent busines…
 
American historian and New Yorker staff writer Jill Lepore talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about her new podcast, The Last Archive, which investigates "who killed truth?" in the style of a true-crime show. Lepore discusses why the protests against systemic police violence represent America "at our very best," but explains why the two main competin…
 
Anne Lepore (The Machine Shop) joins us to talk about Black Flag's 1984 album, Slip It In. Anne is donating all of her June sales from the South Street Art Mart to Black Visions Collective. Please go to the southstreetartmart.com to find out more about all the artists who are doing the same. Black Lives Matter - https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms…
 
The thirty-year-old British singer/songwriter Laura Marling has produced seven albums of dense but delicate folk music, starting when she was only eighteen. After several years touring on the road, she tells John Seabrook, she found herself in Los Angeles. Speaking at The New Yorker Festival in October, 2017, she explained how, growing up, her fath…
 
Hasan Minhaj, a comedian and political commentator, is the host of Nexflix’s “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj.” His show—which has won both an Emmy and a Peabody—has frequently gone viral. Last year, Minhaj became a household name when he testified before Congress on the weight of student loan debt. He spoke with Carrie Battan at the 2019 New Yorker …
 
When we talk about AI, we’re often talking about a very particular, narrow form of intelligence — the sort of analytical competence that can win you games of GO or solve complex math equations. That type of intelligence is important, but it’s incomplete. Human affairs don’t operate on reason and logic alone. They sometimes don't operate on reason a…
 
Welcome to the trailer for episode #250 with my very special guest Oliver Cookson, Founder of MYPROTEIN In Wednesday's episode, Oliver and myself will be covering: Positive Mindset Commitment being the key to succeeding First Step being the most crucial part We agree that you just have to "Screw it, just do it" The hard work definitely pays off How…
 
Welcome to Saturday's Solo Episode. Reflecting back on June 2020, I want to share with you some of the not so good stuff as well as the good stuff. I think it is important to share the not so good stuff. Couple of highs to celebrate: 1) I started and completed Phase 1 of 75 Hard 2) I also started Marathon training. Preparation is key. Something to …
 
The 2019 New Yorker Festival was the twentieth edition of the annual event, and it was particularly star-studded. This program features interviews with Kenan Thompson, the longest-running cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” and Hasan Minhaj, the “Daily Show” veteran whose Netflix show “Patriot Act” won both an Emmy and a Peabody Award.…
 
My first conversation with Harvard political theorist Danielle Allen in fall 2019 was one of my all-time favorites. I didn’t expect to have Allen on again so soon, but her work is unusually relevant to our current moment. She’s written an entire book about the deeper argument of the Declaration of Independence and the way our superficial reading an…
 
John Robinson PhD, D.Min., is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry (studying with Matthew Fox), an ordained interfaith minister, the author of nine books and numerous articles on the psychology, spirituality and mysticism of the New Aging, and a frequent speaker at Conscious Aging Conferences across the country. His latest bo…
 
Imagine setting out into the world as an artist, traveling from country to country, with each step in your career taking you further from home. Motion Designer Jiaqi Wang began her journey in China, but she's practiced her craft from Shanghai to Turin, Italy, to sunny Los Angeles, California. Still, she's only looking toward the future, and what to…
 
After five years, Kara Swisher signs off as the host of Recode Decode. She and her producer Eric Johnson discuss five of the best moments in the show's 539-episode history; then, she talks with Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff about the future of Vox as the COVID-19 crisis continues and the media grapples with what it can do to unwind systemic racism; and…
 
Land of the Giants is a podcast from our friends at Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network that examines the most powerful tech companies of our time. The second season is called The Netflix Effect, and it’s hosted by Recode editors Rani Molla and Peter Kafka. The Netflix Effect explores how a company that began as a small DVD-by-mail service ult…
 
Scott Fugger from the podcast Fly on the Call joins us to talk about the 1977 album, Punk Rock by UK punksploitation band F.U.2. Check out Scott's podcast at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fly-on-the-call-candid-conversations-on-music/id1478513642 https://twitter.com/flyonthecallpod?lang=en https://open.spotify.com/show/6buU0oAeBUWrGpJGmKiB…
 
Starting this spring, many states began releasing some inmates from prisons and jails to try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But a huge number of incarcerated people are mentally ill or addicted to drugs, or sometimes both. When those people are released, they may lose their only consistent access to treatment. Marianne McCune, a reporter for WNY…
 
Starting this spring, many states began releasing some inmates from prisons and jails to try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But a huge number of incarcerated people are mentally ill or addicted to drugs, or sometimes both. When those people are released, they may lose their only consistent access to treatment. Marianne McCune, a reporter for WNY…
 
Former Google executive Sridhar Ramaswamy talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his new startup, Neeva, which promises to offer paying subscribers a search engine with no ads and without selling its users' data. Ramaswamy, who worked at Google from 2003 to 2018, talks about how it evolved into an advertising powerhouse, why people should care abou…
 
In 1964, the Canadian philosopher Marshall McLuhan wrote his opus Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. In it, he writes, “In the long run, a medium's content matters less than the medium itself in influencing how we think and act." Or, put more simply: "Media work their magic, or their mischief, on the nervous system itself." This idea — tha…
 
Welcome to the trailer for episode #247 with Fran Boorman. Mum, Entrepreneur and Female Business Influencer of the year. Creator of the Prove It Method a 5-stage process to business success. In Wednesday's episode we discuss: The 3 business positioning mistakes Fran's social media presence and guidance Join us on Wednesday for the full episode.…
 
Welcome to Saturday's Solo Episode. In this week's episode, I want to talk about a lot of things but especially Control What You Can Control. There has been a lot of anxiety, stress, confusion, pain and hurt. People not being in a good place over the last couple of months. Doing 75 Hard - Phase 1 has really helped me keep positive. Doing something …
 
In the summer of 1967, a young black boy in Brooklyn was shot in the back by a police officer. The writer Hilton Als recalls the two days of “discord and sadness” that followed, and reflects on the connection between those demonstrations and this summer’s uprising following the killing of George Floyd. Plus, an activist group sees an opportunity to…
 
Former Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the company's history of activism, the Facebook ad boycott that Patagonia helped start, and what she hopes it will accomplish. Marcario explains how Patagonia chooses which battles to fight, what she thinks of other business leaders who take public stands — such as Amazon CEO…
 
This week, in a 5–4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled unlawful the Trump Administration’s decision to cancel the DACA program. DACA protects from deportation some seven hundred thousand undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. Though DACA and the “Dreamers” that it protects have widespread public support, the Trump…
 
Believe it or not, we’re already halfway through 2020. What a great year so far, huh? Just a delight. That means it’s time for an AMA. Among the questions you asked: If Joe Biden is elected president, what should his administration's first legislative priority be? What were the best critiques of Why We’re Polarized? How much of today's political co…
 
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and contributes regularly to The New York Times and many other publicatio…
 
Call Your Girlfriend co-host Aminatou Sow talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about upcoming book with Ann Friedman, Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close. Sow discusses "how [she] got bamboozled into getting business-married” to Friedman, why they went to therapy together, and why talking about your friendships with your friends is so importan…
 
In this weeks episode, I welcome James Sinclair, Founder and CEO of the Partyman Group. James launched his first business when he was just 15 years old from his Nan's spare room and has since gone on to build an entertainment empire. Employing over 300 staff and a turnover of £12million. James owns a series of play centres, children's nurseries and…
 
Phoebe Bridgers’s tour dates were cancelled—she was booked at Madison Square Garden, among other venues—so she performs songs from her recent album, “Punisher,” from home. The critic Amanda Petrusich talks about the joys of Folkways records, and the novelist Donald Antrim talks about a year in which he suffered from crippling depression and rarely …
 
John Russell of Gnawing returns to play another round of brackets. This time we're talking about Dad Rock. https://gnawinggg.bandcamp.com/ Go to instagram.com/punklottopod to find fill out your own Dad Rock bracket. Call our voicemail line: 202-688-PUNK Leave us a review and rating. All episodes available on iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher https://ww…
 
In the past month, President Trump has cleared peaceful demonstrations with tear gas, told governors to “dominate” protesters, and threatened to invoke the Insurrection Act. The staff writer Masha Gessen argues that transgressions like these are signs that the President’s mind-set is fundamentally not democratic but autocratic. “Polarization and vi…
 
Harvard professor Samantha Power, the former US ambassador the United Nations, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about her 2019 memoir The Education of an Idealist, what idealism looks like now in America, and the Trump administration's deadly mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic — and what she would do differently were she in charge. Power also …
 
I got my start as a blogger. But more specifically, I got my start as a health policy blogger. My first piece of writing I remember people really caring about was a series called “The Health of Nations,” in which I checked out books from college library, downloaded international reports, and profiled the world’s leading health systems. It was crude…
 
Welcome to the trailer for episode #245 with James Sinclair, Founder and CEO of the Partyman Group of Companies. In Wednesday's episode we discuss: Starting and running a business during Covid-19 How certain entrepreneurs and businesses are doing well at the moment Join us on Wednesday for the full episode.…
 
Welcome to Saturday's Solo Episode. In this week's episode, I want to give you some tools to review the first half of the year and to plan the next half of the year. We have half the year to go, where has that gone? Who is 100% happy on how the first half of the year has gone? I am going to talk through the annual road map. It is a great time to re…
 
Like everyone in the United States, John Legend has spent much of the past three months in lockdown. He has been recording new music (via Zoom), performing on Instagram, and promoting his upcoming album. Though many artists have delayed releasing records until they can schedule concert dates—increasingly the most reliable revenue in the music indus…
 
The Hive authors Barry Lyga and Morgan Baden talk with Recode's Kara Swisher about how they came to write a young adult book about a social media dystopia, based on a cinematic idea from actor Jennifer Beals and producer Tom Jacobson. The 2019 book is set "five minutes in the future," where social media participation is mandated by the government f…
 
The Cummins Unit, a penitentiary in southeastern Arkansas, opened in 1902. Designed as a prison for black men, its rigid hierarchy and system of unpaid labor have been likened to slavery. The population at Cummins, still overwhelmingly black, has been devastated by the coronavirus—the prison has the tenth-largest outbreak of COVID-19 in the country…
 
Dylan is the Founder & CEO of Mindbloom.co, a NYC-based mental health and wellbeing startup helping people expand their human potential with clinician-prescribed, guided psychedelic medicine experiences. There, he is partnering with clinicians, technologists, researchers, and patients to increase access to science-backed treatments, starting by red…
 
The criminal justice system asks three questions: What law was broken? Who broke it? And what should the punishment be? Upon that edifice — and channeled through old bigotries and fears — we have built the largest system of human incarceration on earth. America accounts for 5 percent of the world’s population and 25 percent of its imprisoned popula…
 
At some point, every artist struggles to find their voice—that unique style that makes everything they do specifically theirs. We often talk about the structure of animation, or the foundational elements of motion design, but all of that is just the groundwork for your art. To learn more, we sat down director Cat Solen to learn how she found her vo…
 
Symone Sanders, a senior advisor to Joe Biden and former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the 2020 campaign and her new memoir, No, You Shut Up: Speaking Truth to Power and Reclaiming America. Sanders reflects on her own political journey and explains why she's eager to support Biden this year — an…
 
Dave Brown (Oklahoma Lefty) joins us to discuss the 1993 album Breaking Things by ALL. http://oklahomalefty.blogspot.com/ Call our voicemail line: 202-688-PUNK Leave us a review and rating. All episodes available on iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher https://www.instagram.com/punklottopod https://punklottopod.simplecast.com/ https://twitter.com/punklott…
 
This month, the Supreme Court is expected to decide a case with enormous repercussions: the Trump Administration’s cancellation of DACA, a policy that protects young immigrants commonly known as Dreamers. In November, Jonathan Blitzer spoke with two attorneys who argued the case, just before they went before the Court. Ted Olson, a noted litigator,…
 
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