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Do your eyes glaze over when looking at a long list of annual health insurance enrollment options – or maybe while you’re trying to calculate how much you owe the IRS? You might be wondering the same thing we are: Where’s the guidebook for all of this grown-up stuff? Whether opening a bank account, refinancing student loans, or purchasing car insurance (...um, can we just roll the dice without it?), we’re just as confused as you are. Enter: “Grown-Up Stuff: How to Adult” a podcast dedicated ...
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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.
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Vibe Check

Stitcher, & Saeed Jones, Zach Stafford, and Sam Sanders

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A weekly podcast where Sam Sanders, Saeed Jones, and Zach Stafford make sense of what’s going on in news and culture – and how it all feels. Vibe Check is your favorite group chat, come to life.
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The hosts of NPR's All Things Considered help you make sense of a major news story and what it means for you, in 15 minutes. New episodes six days a week, Sunday through Friday. Support NPR and get your news sponsor-free with Consider This+. Learn more at plus.npr.org/considerthis
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Each weekday, Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal and Kimberly Adams make today make sense. Along with our supersmart listeners, we break down happenings in tech, the economy and culture. Every Tuesday we bring on a guest to dive deeper into one important topic. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.
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Slow Burn

Slate Podcasts

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In 1978, state Sen. John Briggs put a bold proposition on the California ballot. If it passed, the Briggs Initiative would ban gays and lesbians from working in public schools—and fuel a growing backlash against LGBTQ+ people in all corners of American life. In the ninth season of Slate’s Slow Burn, host Christina Cauterucci explores one of the most consequential civil rights battles in American history: the first-ever statewide vote on gay rights. With that fight looming, young gay activist ...
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Decoding the Gurus

Christopher Kavanagh and Matthew Browne

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An exiled Northern Irish anthropologist and a hitchhiking Australian psychologist take a close look at the contemporary crop of 'secular gurus', iconoclasts, and other exiles from the mainstream, offering their own brands of unique takes and special insights. Leveraging two of the most diverse accents in modern podcasting, Chris and Matt dig deep into the claims, peek behind the psychological curtains, and try to figure out once and for all... What's it all About? Join us, as we try to puzzl ...
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Listen to Johnson Brunetti's Money Wisdom with Joel Johnson CFP®, host of Better Money Television program and Forbes Contributor. Gain true financial wisdom and advice aimed at educating you about all of your financial options when it comes to retirement so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Get information and education that can bring you peace of mind with your savings and retirement. Whether it’s your 401(k) account, IRA, or an underperforming asset, Joel Johnson can ...
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You’ve been overwhelmed with headlines all week – what's worth a closer look? One Thing takes you into the story and helps you make sense of the news everyone's been talking about. Each Sunday, host David Rind interviews one of CNN’s world-class reporters to tell us what they've found – and why it matters. From the team behind CNN 5 Things.
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On Musk with Walter Isaacson

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What is it like to shadow Elon Musk for two years? To sit courtside as he builds a rocket? Or tears apart an engineer? Or couch surfs at the homes of billionaires? And how on earth do you make sense of it all? Walter Isaacson is the biographer of giants: DaVinci, Franklin, Doudna, Jobs...and now Musk, former enfante terrible, rocket launcher, electric car innovator, and Twitter—er, X—disruptor, to put it gently. In this four part series, author Evan Ratliff (Mastermind, Longform Podcast) sit ...
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The one big story. Making sense of the news with our experts around the world. Insights you can trust, Monday to Friday, from the BBC. Episodes will be ready by 10:30 GMT. Host Katya Adler and our BBC teams guide you through one major global news story each episode. From Beijing to Boston, Baghdad to Bangalore, our unrivalled reach will take you beyond the headlines to help understand and explore what’s happening. The Global News Podcast brings you the latest updates and, on The Global Story ...
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It Just Makes Sense

Samantha Smith and Jeffrey Siefert

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Welcome to “It Just Makes Sense!” the podcast by two easily distracted higher educated former lovers that explores all of the unpopular opinions, conspiracy theories and cult leaders that make you want to scream “THAT JUST MAKES SENSE!”
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The Daily T

The Telegraph

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When it comes to making sense of the news, it helps to have an insider’s perspective. Introducing The Daily T, a brand new podcast from The Telegraph. Camilla Tominey and Kamal Ahmed share their thoughts on the day’s biggest stories, with lively debate and informed discussion, as well as agenda-setting interviews with the key people who make the headlines, all from the heart of one of Britain’s biggest newsrooms Camilla and Kamal have been journalists for more than 20 years, with access to p ...
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Feminist Buzzkills

Abortion Access Front

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Welcome to Feminist Buzzkills! - The weekly podcast from Abortion Access Front. Hosted by Lizz Winstead (The Daily Show co-creator, comedian, and founder of Abortion Access Front ) and Moji Alawode-El (writer, activist, marketing guru Abortion Access Front). These hilarious and brilliant experts on all things abortion, break down the weekly news from patriarchy’s evil trilogy of misogyny, white supremacy, and anti-abortion extremism. They make sense of all the madness, by digging in hard wit ...
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All Hoops

All Hoops Podcast

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Recording from NYC, two friends try to make sense of the Knicks' chaos and discuss developments throughout the NBA. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/allhoops/support
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Podcast that makes sense of the things people do to make cents... Making Cents of It All with Jesse Stakes gives the spotlight to the small businesses that make America run. We look to share the "why" behind why people choose what they do professionally and showcase their expertise in their chosen profession for the benefit of our audience. We also dive into the services that support those small businesses and provide information on the technology and services that allow them to do what they ...
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Your daily Need To Know on news and politics. Every morning The Bunker cuts through the noise to make sense of what’s really going on, with smart explainers, interviews, fresh perspectives and under-reported stories to rescue you from everyday Punch and Judy news coverage. It’s the only way to start the day. From the producers of Oh God, What Now? Our regulars include: Alex Andreou • Gavin Esler • Hannah Fearn • Andrew Harrison • Jacob Jarvis • Marie le Conte • Jude Rogers • Yasmeen Serhan • ...
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Go behind the scenes of Apartment 4D with the crew who called it home for seven incredible seasons. Each week, real-life friends Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone, and Lamorne Morris rewatch their Emmy nominated series, New Girl, and reveal the never before told behind-the-scenes escapades. Join them as they go bear hunting for every grizzly hidden in the background. Plus, each week, they play a different version of the True American game. Here, the rules don't make any sense, and you'll leave ...
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What happens when an American and an Austrian sit down together to debate culture? Is it going to be a victory for US? Will the Wiener take it all? Are they even making sense? Listen in and find out more about living la vida loca in Vienna & Austria. [We fry new episodes every other Thursday.]
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democracy-ish

DCP Entertainment

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Democracy-ish is a podcast dedicated to fighting for democracy and preserving your sanity in a time when both are under active assault by forces committed to white supremacy and stupidity. For far too long our body politic has been viewed through an all white prism that does not represent the multiracial nation that is the United States of America. Hosts Danielle Moodie and Wajahat Ali always keep it real, blunt and entertaining as they discuss how we can achieve a multiracial democracy and ...
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Join host Curtis Chang and his friends as they follow Jesus and make sense of the world. With expertise, thoughtfulness, and humor, they discuss how Christian faith intersects with culture, politics, work, entertainment, and other aspects of life. Good Faith is produced by Redeeming Babel. Good Faith is ranked in the top .5 percent of all podcasts.
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We've all got a lot of questions about Kingdom Hearts. Does it make sense? What was Nomura thinking? Is this allowed? And, above all, is it good? Sam, a lifelong fan, and Drew, a guy who kind of knows what's going on but not entirely, will find the answers to all these questions, or your munny back!
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Making Risk Flow is a podcast powered by Cytora. This insurance podcast is designed to bring clarity, know-how and inspiration in driving digital transformation for commercial insurers, paying particular attention to the automation of risk processing. This podcast, led by industry veteran Juan de Castro as well as insurance change-makers, will showcase their learnings, challenges and solutions that have, or haven’t, worked for them. If you are embarking on leading a transformational project ...
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Bike Sense

The BC Cycling Coalition

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Bike Sense: the podcast of The BC Cycling Coalition. Join Host Peter Ladner as he interviews guests to talk about all things related to cycling advocacy, education, and road safety in BC. Listen to stories that can influence changes that make active transportation and mobility safer, more equitable, and more accessible, so we can meet our climate, health, social justice, tourism and economic development goals. Please visit our website at bccycling.ca to find out more about what the BC Cyclin ...
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Our world is a crazy one! How do we make sense of it all? The Bible has something to say about every inch of thread that makes up the fabric of our existence. Join me for 20-25 context-providing minutes so that you can begin to make sense of it all. At the end of the podcast, we will point you to extra resources so that you can dig deeper if you want to. Let's learn together from a Christian worldview. Give it a try!
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Lessons you can learn from the voices within Lori Vallow’s head. Lori Vallow’s murders, including her own children, are one of the most horrific crimes of this generation. Lori’s brother, Adam Cox and Uncle Rex, try to help everyone make sense of it and take away something of value.
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Puck Soup

Sean McIndoe, Ryan Lambert

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We're Sean "Down Goes Brown" McIndoe of The Athletic and Ryan Lambert of EP Rinkside and this is a hockey podcast, in the sense that we talk about hockey, both on the ice and about fan culture. That’s the “puck.” This is also a podcast about movies, TV, fast food, life lessons and general idiocy. That’s the “soup.” Unless you ordered the minestrone.
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The problem with the news right now? It’s everywhere. And each day, it can feel like we’re all just mindlessly scrolling. It’s why we created What Next. This short daily show is here to help you make sense of things. When the news feels overwhelming, we’re here to help you answer: What next? Look for new episodes every weekday morning.
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Take a seat at the table and learn about the biggest stories in financial markets, the economy and business. Each week our editors and correspondents explore how economics influences the world we live in and share their insights across a range of topics. From inflation and recession risk to all things crypto and even the commercial success of K-pop, we have you covered. Published every Thursday. If you’re already a subscriber to The Economist, you’ll have full access to all our shows as part ...
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The Things That Made England

David Crowther and Roifield Brown

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An affectionate meandering through the things that make England the way she is – from HP Sauce to the Allottment, Aethelstan to the politics of Queuing. With Luke Baxter, Roifield Brown, David Crowther and Fiona Powell trying to make some sense of it all, though rarely succeeding it might be said. And when you’ve listened, join us on Facebook, vote, and tell us what you think. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Politics is one of the only practical disciplines where none of the main concepts have clear, coherent definitions. We define ourselves with terms like "left” and "right" and we believe in things like "democracy," “markets,” "capitalism" and "socialism" even though we don’t really know what any of these words actually mean. This series aims to make sense out of the political muddle that we've inherited from media, academia, and from decades of cold war propaganda, so that we can figure what ...
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Feel better about marketing™ The go-to podcast for anyone trying to make sense of the world of marketing, business and beyond. In an industry that is a minefield of utter bollocks, we aim to capture our heroes and allies from the front line to have a chin-wag with. It’s like Pokémon Go, with the single but vital exception that it’s not a short-term bandwagon of shite. UK TOP 2 | US TOP 50 | RELEASED FORTNIGHTLY
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Pop culture is everywhere. But it's also a lot. If you need help making sense of like, everything in your feed, Beverley Wang is here to help. Every episode, Beverley and a special guest sort through the latest hot takes and Internet discourse to help you understand how pop culture reflects your world. Want to know which new releases to watch or skip, which long reads to share with your group chat and which podcasts to follow? Stop Everything's got you. New Podcast ep every Thursday.
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HOA Insights: Common Sense for Common Areas

Hosts: Robert Nordlund, Kevin Davis, Julie Adamen

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We exist to help all 2 million volunteer HOA Boardmembers nationwide have the right information at the right time to make the right decisions for the future of their community association. Stay with us weekly for actionable insights that minimize stress, avoid catastrophes, and protect property values! Watch On Youtube
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Although ​performing ​stand-up comedy ​was what initially united ​Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan over 10 years ago​, it’s their ​openness ​(​and ​sense of humor) about feeling ​totally ​lost ​and disconnected from the gay community that’s truly bonded them. ​On YMIW, ​Eliot, Brent and H. Alan get down and dirty, exploring the ​good, bad, and ugly ​tropes of contemporary gay life, often the stuff that no one -- especially ​​​straight people -- discuss for fear of being labeled homophobic. (Don’t w ...
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An investigation of bikes, fitness, and small-business ownership aimed at making sense of the relentless pursuit of passion before perfection, actions from ideas, and the rag-tag community that makes it all possible.
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High Spirits

AnnaRae Grabstein and Ben Larson

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Hosts Ben Larson and AnnaRae Grabstein serve up unfiltered insights, reveal their insiders' perspectives, and illuminate transformative ideas about the cannabis industry for people who want to make sense of it all.
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(not so) Secret Dads Business

Nate Newman and Judge Gonzo

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Hosted by Nate Newman from Western Sydney and Judge Gonzo from New Jersey, (not so) Secret Dads Business is a show for dads talking about all aspects of life, society and parenthood. Nate and Judge are just a couple of dads, trying to navigate life, family issues, and make sense of the world; talking about life, societal issues, and helping others try to make sense of it as well. While not always politically correct, the ugly truth will always be laid out on the table. With 70 guest intervie ...
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Psychology vs climate change: what we think, why we think it, and how it all adds up to a planet-sized emergency. Each episode host Dave Powell interviews experts in how our brains work - from PhDs in psychology to writers, activists and beyond. They'll talk about how their brains and our brains do (and don't) work, and how all of that might help make sense of the climate crisis - and possibly what to do about it.
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If you think this is just another podcast, think again. We are the voice of the most important crucial conversations confronting business leaders and people today. Our goal is to bring you better ways to reimagine tomorrow, make sense of uncertainty, and explore the impact and convergence of business, technology, and people.
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The Sense of Place Podcast

The Sense of Place Podcast

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Do you ever go somewhere, and have a strong emotional response to it, such as happiness, nostalgia or fear? Have you ever wondered why we look for meaning in places and develop stories or legends about them over time? Well these behaviours are known as a sense of place. In general, a sense of place describes our relationship with places, expressed through the tangible and intangible aspects of human life: emotions, imagination, sound, touch, smell, and personal experiences. Sense of place ca ...
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Curtis Chang and David French delve into the multifaceted impact of youth sports culture on both parents and children. They explore how it demands our time, influences our social status, can strain our finances, and even affects our spiritual well-being. Listen as they uncover the hidden costs of turning what used to be play into a semi-professiona…
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Prices have been rising for pretty much everything these days. And for some, it’s raising the cost of making friends as more folks turn to paid activities like art classes and happy hours to socialize. We’ll get into it. And, we’ll explain the latest scandal that’s left the Supreme Court in a bind. Plus, we’ll weigh in on Chuck E. Cheese animatroni…
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Hollywood depictions have long helped inform America's understanding of the Vietnam War. But there was usually one thing missing from these Vietnam War stories: the Vietnamese perspective. For Vietnamese Americans, like author Viet Thanh Nguyen, that experience left him feeling confused as a child. In his Pulitzer-winning debut novel The Sympathize…
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Full episode transcript HERE. Lizz is out this week, but MOJI IS NOT ALONE. The fabulous and funny AF Abortion Access Front Head Writer, Alyssa “Dooks” Al-Dookhi, is BACK in the house to lead us through the anti-abortion fire – I mean, co-host – yet again! What do we got for y’all this week? Oh, how our tea spilleth over… We’ve got an UPDATE on tha…
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The beauty of financial planning is that we can shift and make adjustments as life changes, but there are some decisions that aren’t reversible. From the moment you claim your Social Security to the type of pension benefits you choose and the life insurance policies you secure, every choice can dramatically alter your retirement landscape. On this …
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The Infected Blood Scandal is described as the ‘worst treatment disaster in history of NHS’. It resulted in thousands of people in the UK in the '70s and '80s being given blood transfusions or blood products that were infected with viruses such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV. Thousands died after being given contaminated products by the NHS. A…
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Discover the future of the cannabis industry through the eyes of Ian Dominguez from Delta Emerald Ventures. From the perplexing world of PPP loans to the seismic shift anticipated with Biden's Schedule 3 announcement, this episode is a journey through the current state of the cannabis industry. We're not just talking politics; we're breaking down i…
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This week's episode is about the murder of Jessie Blodgett. The Hartford, Wisconsin community theater group was putting on a performance of Fiddler on the Roof. The show went off without a hitch. BUT what came next what unfathomable. Jessie Blodgett an actor was found dead after a cast party the night before, she was sexually assaulted and murdered…
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Over recent months rappers Drake and Kendrick Lamar have been exchanging diss tracks in a bitter lyrical battle which has caught the attention of fans and media alike. Characterised by scathing personal attacks and incredibly serious allegations, their beef has divided the industry, with some members of hip-hop royalty suggesting they took things t…
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The 2021 subreddit-coordinated effort to raise the price of Gamestop stock was, in some ways, a proof of concept: the little guy can get into the market and make some noise. Because even though that “meme stock” rose and fell, the idea of the meme stock went has changed the way our stock market works. Guest: Alex Kirshner, contributing writer for S…
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This week, we caught Scott ‘The Boom’ to shake-shake-shake the room. Cutting his teeth at Saatchi and Saatchi, Scott Morrison has run the Nike business at Wieden and Kennedy, and been CMO and Commercial Director at Levi’s, Activision and Diesel. Now he brings the Boom! to brands and leaders to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash commercial, creative or cul…
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Vladimir Putin has surrounded himself with loyalists who have kept him in power for 20 years. Earlier this week, Russian defence minister and close ally of Putin, Sergei Shoigu, was removed from his post. But the author of The New Politics of Russia, Andrew Monaghan, says Shoigu’s removal was less of a sacking, as Western media suggests, and more o…
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Inflation isn’t going anywhere, and listeners wanna know what’s up with two of the government’s inflation measures. Today, we’re answering some nerdy econ questions about the consumer price index and personal consumption expenditures price index. We’ll also answer questions about how the Supreme Court gets funded and the ins and outs of joint fundr…
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For American Jews who grew up thinking antisemitism was a thing of the past, the last several years have been startling. White supremacists marched in Charlottesville. A gunman massacred worshippers at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Then came the Hamas attacks of October 7th and Israel's war in Gaza. The Anti-Defamation League says since then, antisemi…
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From the fall of the Taliban until its return, people all over Afghanistan planned their lives around Afghan Star. People would pack into apartments. Villages would hook up generators to a single tv so crowds could watch. New Year’s celebrations would come to a halt, all to watch this one show. Over its 15 seasons, Afghan Star spotlighted an Afghan…
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NHS bosses are destroying the careers of whistleblowers who stand up to protect patients’ lives, according to an exclusive investigation by The Telegraph. More than 50 doctors and nurses have told the newspaper they have been targeted after raising concerns about upwards of 170 patient deaths and nearly 700 cases of poor care. Kamal Ahmed and Camil…
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A recent survey shows that about one-third of the US population has nothing saved for retirement. Of those who have something saved, most have less than $100,000. We discuss this low rate of retirement savings, how you can improve your savings rate, and tell a success story of a client who started with nothing.…
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In Glen's Steps: A Journey with Dementia is a deeply personal and heartfelt podcast series that explores the impact of dementia on Glenroy Brown, a man of remarkable character, and his family. Through candid conversations, personal reflections, and expert insights, we share the journey of his life, from his early years in Jamaica to his current exp…
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Hi, WTOS listeners! We are super excited about the return of Bridgerton: The Official Podcast and want you to share in the excitement with us. Alongside a new season of the TV show the companion podcast, which takes you behind the scenes through interviews with actors, writers, directors, and more. We think you'll want to tune in, but don't just ta…
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What Michael Cohen’s testimony means for the case and the US election. The former president’s lawyer once said he’d take a bullet for Donald Trump. Now, he’s trying to sink the knife as the prosecution’s key witness. Caitriona Perry in Washington talks to Madeline Halpert, who has been in court covering the trial from the start, and our North Ameri…
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We do bonus episodes every month that are focused on analysing academic content or discussing research and we thought it might be useful to let new listeners know! So find attached a preview... In this episode of Decoding Academia, Matt and Chris delve into a paper that explores the complex world of dark personality traits and their impact on authe…
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Ali Hart and Par Parekh join us to discuss their amazing new documentary, Sister Una Lived A Good Death, about how a very unconventional nun spent her final year on earth. But first, Alan vents about a recent movie PR campaign that played coy with their straight leads sexualities. And finally, we update our list of dating app red flags including on…
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It seems like the final stage of the Trump cult has been completed. This week members of the Republican Party showed up clad in their best Trump ensembles ready to do their master's bidding in front of the court house. Incredible where we are when members of congress leave their jobs to go defend their candidate who's caught up in an election inter…
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When Miss USA abdicated her throne, people noticed that the first letters of each sentence of her resignation letter spell out “I am silenced.” Shortly thereafter, Miss Teen USA stepped down with a letter that opens with a quote from Nietzsche. What’s going on at the Miss USA organization? Has the idea of a national pageant outlived its usefulness?…
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Britain has a spy problem, with a significant surge in threats from China, Russia and Iran in recent months. What kind of covert operations are they running? Gavin Esler sits down with former MI6 director of operations and intelligence and director of transnational threats and political risk at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Nig…
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Today, we’re diving into Bumble’s controversial anti-celibacy ad campaign, what it says about the state of dating apps and why some women are joining the anti-patriarchy movement. It’s time for a Kimberly rant. Plus, more updates on the Baltimore bridge collapse. Later, we’ll get queasy about cicadas and smiley about puppies! Here’s everything we t…
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A conservative group posted a social media thread showing flyers in a border encampment in Mexico urging migrants to vote for Joe Biden. Now, the woman caught up in it, speaks to NPR. For sponsor-free episodes of Consider This, sign up for Consider This+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org. Email us at considerthis@npr.org. Learn more about spons…
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The Policing Minister Chris Philp says in an article for the Telegraph that Stop and Search is a “vital tool” in taking knives off the streets that is “not used nearly often enough” by police. Kamal Ahmed and Camilla Tominey are joined on The Daily T by Shaun Bailey, the former Conservative candidate for London Mayor, who's been stopped and searche…
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Neom, Saudi Arabia's ambitions city of the future, promises a car-free, carbon-free space open to all. At the heart of the plans are two skyscrapers as tall as the Empire State building, carved into the desert in a straight line for more than 100 miles. But can this dream ever become a reality? BBC Verify's Merlyn Thomas has been investigating alle…
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Dearest Gentle Listeners, the third season of Netflix's Bridgerton is upon us and it's heaving with bosoms, babes and romantic intrigue. Series leads Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) are glowed up and loved up, but *spoiler alert* major twists are on the horizon. Stop Everything! romance correspondent Rudi…
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Hit with an $800 million lawsuit, missing Tucker Carlson and Rupert Murdoch, and facing competition from fanatical fringe-right media, Fox News might look to some viewers like it’s slipping. But election years are the network’s bread and butter, and the old “everything is terrible and the Democrats are why” song still resonates with voters. Guest: …
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On this episode of Vibe Check, Sam, Saeed, and Zach talk about the digital guillotine movement a.k.a the celebrity blockout, and the collective political burnout that the nation is experiencing. Plus, a few recommendations to keep your vibe right. We want to hear from you! Email us at vibecheck@stitcher.com, and keep in touch with us on Instagram @…
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You might have seen a flurry of alarming headlines and articles about bird flu in recent weeks. Some reports are comparing it to COVID-19, and positioning it as the next potential worldwide pandemic. How concerned should we be? Alex Andreou asks Devi Sridhar, Professor and Personal Chair in Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. • “Pr…
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The Girl Scouts have been part of American childhood for generations. And now that quintessential experience is helping young girls, who are new to the United States get a sense of belonging. It comes through a Girl Scout troop based in one of New York City's largest migrant shelters. The shelter has around 3,500 migrants, and all of the Girl Scout…
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