Best Meyerson podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Veteran radio news guy Charlie Meyerson talks to interesting people. (Some episodes consist of historic raw audio.) Contact: Meyerson@gmail.com
 
Long-form interviews with people who merit a place on Chicago's new front page. (For more timely listening, check out the Chicago Public Square Newscasts feed.)
 
Political talk without the boring parts—featuring the writers, activists and artists who shape the week in news. Hosted by Jon Wiener and presented by The Nation Magazine.
 
Chicago's new front page: News of and for the Chicago region
 
On How Brands Are Built, branding professionals get into the details of what they do and how they do it. Other podcasts about branding focus on news, opinion, and high-level theory. They can give you a 30,000-foot view of branding; How Brands Are Built is where the rubber meets the road. In each episode, Rob Meyerson, a San Francisco-based brand strategist, interviews other strategists, designers, writers, namers, and researchers to help you understand how brands are really built.
 
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Trump Watch
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What Trump's actually doing--as opposed to what he's tweeting--plus news about the resistance. Hosted by Jon Wiener, contributing editor at The Nation, and broadcast live at KPFK 90.7FM in LA Thursdays at 3.
 
Deep discussions about technology, enterprise IT, and the like
 
Each week host Ibarionex Perello brings in-depth, intimate and thoughtful conversations with photographers on living a photographic life. A welcome alternative to gear talk, the show provides insight and inspiration to anyone who has a passion and love for photography. A must listen.
 
a weekly radio program hosted by author Barbara DeMarco-Barrett and co-host Marrie Stone, on the art and business of writing. More on the show, writers, and writing at penonfire.com. Follow us on Twitter @WOWkuciFM and Facebook at Writers on Writing KUCI-FM.
 
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Spoiling Ourselves
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CJ, Lia, Jack and Sam provide the most “definitive” “analysis” of “the greatest television shows” of “all time” – after watching only the first and last episodes of each series.New episodes every other Monday.
 
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Quoracast » Podcast
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An unofficial podcast dedicated to profiling the Quora community
 
Shawn Williams and Ryan Trimble deconstruct politics, government, sports, entertainment current events, all things Dallas and all things Texas. An Allyn Media production.
 
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Whale, Whale, Whale
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Welcome to WHALE, WHALE, WHALE: a guided read-through of the Herman Melville classic, Moby-Dick. If you're a fan of Moby-Dick looking for a new twist on the book, you've never read the book, you've tried to read the book and then given up, or if you've ever lied and said you read the book, this is the show for you. Hosted by Kevin Flynn.
 
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Over the Barrel
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Over the Barrel is a podcast from Sun-Times Media Local focusing on beer, craft breweries and other interesting alcohol-related news in the Chicago area.
 
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Joe Biden has one thing in common with Donald Trump: a campaign promising “restoration” of a lost past, rather than the kind of transformation we need to deal with our current problems—that’s what Harold Meyerson says. Of course, the past Biden wants to restore is not the white man’s 1950s, but rather the pre-Trump America of the Clintons and O ...…
 
Joe Biden has one thing in common with Donald Trump: a campaign promising “restoration” of a lost past, rather than the kind of transformation we need to deal with our current problems-- That’s what Harold Meyerson says. Of course the past Biden wants to restore is not the white man’s 1950s, but rather the pre-Trump America of the Clintons and ...…
 
Leland de la Durantaye, author of Hannah versus the Tree talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about writing his debut novel (though not the first one he wrote), about patience, and language. Not to be missed. Download audio. (Broadcast date: May 22, 2019)By Barbara DeMarco-Barrett.
 
Bernie is back on Page One of the New York Times, but their report last weekend was not about his new plan to save public schools–the most progressive education program in modern American history–or his proposal to end all subsidies for oil and gas companies. Instead, it was about a trip he made to Nicaragua in 1985, more than 30 years ago. The ...…
 
Former Dallas Cowboys fullback Timmy Newsome reflects on his 9 year pro football career and recent induction to the Black College Football Hall of Fame. Timmy also talks about his success after football in business as well as his quest to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Break music from Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Comm ...…
 
Julieanne Kost is a Principal Evangelist at Adobe Systems, responsible for fostering relationships with customers through meaningful and inspirational Photoshop and Lightroom instruction. As a highly sought-after speaker for the industry-standard Digital Imaging franchise, she devises and presents motivating and educational training sessions, s ...…
 
The ‘debate’ over global warming was always phony. Bill McKibben says the fossil fuel industry knew everything there was to know about climate change back in the 1980s. And they believed what their scientists were telling them. Exxon started building all its drilling rigs to compensate for the rise in sea level it knew was coming. But of course ...…
 
New York City literary agent Claire Roberts talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about books, publishing, trends, self-published books, and more, on Writers on Writing, KUCI-FM, broadcast from the University of California, Irvine campus. Download audio. (Broadcast date: May 15, 2019)By Barbara DeMarco-Barrett.
 
Diana Lundin is a commercial pet portrait photographer based in Southern California. After a successful career as a writer and editor, she embarked on a second career as a photographer. Her commissioned and personal work evokes the unique personalities of pets and the special relationship that they share with their caregivers. This summer she w ...…
 
Sigrid Nunez, author of the 2018 National Book Award winning novel The Friend, joins Marrie Stone to talk about enduring themes across her work, her trepidation about writing about a writer, and her general wisdom about the writing process, learning the craft, the role of talent, teaching, and the importance of reading wide and deep. In the sec ...…
 
When Joe Biden finally declared his candidacy, he immediately pulled way out in front in the polls of Democratic candidates. The polls also show him the one most likely to beat Trump. Joan Walsh points to some of the problems with Biden—a centrist who is focusing on older white male voters--and considers the alternatives.Also: the case for impe ...…
 
For the 2020 election, we’ve been focusing mostly on the candidates who want to challenge Trump – but we also need to consider the voters, and the changes in the electorate since 2016. Especially significant: young people of color. Steve Phillips explains – he’s the author of the best-seller "Brown Is the New White: How a Demographic Revolution ...…
 
When President Obama’s former chief strategist—now University of Chicago Institute of Politics founder and CNN senior political commentator—David Axelrod agreed to return to his old suburban neighborhood to kick off the Wednesday Journal newspaper’s series of public conversations at Dominican University, I was honored by the request to moderate ...…
 
Let Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s incredibly successful Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!, tell you this: He hates the show’s name. He also hates the place where he creates that show. You’ll learn why as you listen to a podcast of my onstage interview with Sagal—part of the Wednesday Journal Conversations series—in which he talks about the show, his care ...…
 
Wanna know what terrible technology is headed your way in the years ahead? Journalist and science fiction author Cory Doctorow says it’s not hard: Take a look at what The Powers That Be are foisting on prisoners and students. Doctorow joined the Chicago Public Square Podcast for half an hour or so to talk about police brutality; controversial h ...…
 
Katya Apekina, author of The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish, and Amy Hempel, author of Sing to It talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about the art, craft, and business of writing. Download audio. (Broadcast date: May 1, 2019)By Barbara DeMarco-Barrett.
 
This week we're joined by Kurt Handsomehat, who happens to be wearing a green sweatshirt, to discuss Bones! It was a crime procedural on Fox....ran for 12 seasons? You've really never heard of it? Well, ok. We talk about the show's bizarre cast of serial killers, and how the show would be different if the main character played by David Boreanaz ...…
 
Mark de Paola was literally born into a photo studio on Cahuenga Blvd in Los Angeles and grew up splitting time between Los Angeles and New York. Mark's earliest recollections are of watching photo shoots and being completely immersed in the fashion books and periodicals of the time, Vogue and Harpers Bazaar. Mark's photographic foundation is t ...…
 
Today, the AG is defying the House of Representatives -- after a day of lies and deception with the Senate Judiciairy Committee yesterday. we turn to John Nichols for comment.Plus, Michael Walzer on his seminal how-to guide for political activists: "Political Action: A Practical Guide to Movement Politics".…
 
When Joe Biden finally declared his candidacy, he immediately pulled way out in front in the polls of Democratic candidates. The polls also show him the one most likely to beat Trump. Joan Walsh points to some of the problems with Biden, and considers the alternatives. Also: should the House Democrats open impeachment hearings? The politics may ...…
 
Safi Alia Shabaik discovered art and photography at an early age when her mother enrolled her in a pinhole camera class at the California Museum of Science and Industry. She attended UCLA, earning her B.A. in Fine Art with honors. Since then, she has worked as a fashion stylist and photographic documentarian and has lived in both New York and L ...…
 
Novelist Lydia Fitzpatrick joins Marrie Stone to talk about her debut novel, Lights All Night Long. Lydia shares her connection to Russia, how she approached the ominous task of research, the importance of photographs and Google Maps in her work, and her thoughts about structure and narrative tension. She also shares her writing advice about "t ...…
 
New York v. US Dep't of Commerce, the challenge to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, was heard on Tuesday -- would such a question be unconstitutional? Harold Meyerson comments --Also, Joe Biden announced his campaign for the presidency--he says he can win back the older white working class men in PA, MI and WI that Hillary lost ...…
 
What can we do to reduce the speed of climate change? Bill McKibben argues that we're at a bleak moment in human history -- and we'll either confront that bleakness, or watch the civilization our forebears built slip away. Bill was one of the first people to warn of the dangers of global warming, 30 years ago with his book The End of Nature. Th ...…
 
This week Shawn and Ryan speak to District 13 City Councilmember Jennifer Staubach Gates. Councilmember Gates currently serves as Chair of the Government Performance and Financial Management Committee, she serves on our city’s Public Safety Committee and she’s been Chair of the Domestic Violence Task Force. You can learn more at http://jennifer ...…
 
This week, we were dizzied and dazzled by the first and last episodes of British comedy The Thick of It. We don't know exactly what happened in these episodes, but we do know what's going on with Brexit, kind-of! We also know that:-Armando Iannucci's dialogue sounds like what Aaron Sorkin THINKS his dialogue sounds like-British television is in ...…
 
Sam Abell, Arthur Meyerson, and George Nobechi recently shared a “buddy trip”, traveling through the heart of Japan via train. While George lives in Japan, Arthur and Sam have frequently traveled to the country on assignment and to teach workshops. However, this trip was a very personal one, which allowed these three friends to do more than pho ...…
 
The Mueller Report--we have the evidence, especially on obstruction; now Congress needs to do its part. John Nichols reports.Plus: Our Climate Moment: we talk with Bill McKibben about balancing fear and hope in the face of the grim realities of climate change -- his new book is "Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?"Also: Gary St ...…
 
Benjamin Dreyer, author of Dreyer's English: An Utterly Correct Guide to Clarity and Style, talks with host Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about exclamation points, comma splices, and an assortment of matters concerning grammar and punctuation. Download audio. (Broadcast date: April 17, 2019)By Barbara DeMarco-Barrett.
 
The chair of the House Ways and Means Committee formally requested six years of Trump’s personal & business tax returns earlier this month. Trump has said he won’t do it—and that the law is “100 per cent” on his side. He’s 100 per cent wrong about that. David Cay Johnston explains why the IRS Director is required to hand over the returns—or fac ...…
 
Sara Terry is an award-winning documentary photographer and filmmaker known for her work covering post-conflict stories, and a 2012 Guggenheim Fellow for her long-term project, “Forgiveness and Conflict: Lessons from Africa.” Her first long-term post-conflict work, “Aftermath: Bosnia’s Long Road to Peace,” led her to found The Aftermath Project ...…
 
Israel's 2019 election results are in, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to serve a record fifth term -- what does this mean for the United States and American Jews? Harold Meyerson commentsNext, "Reconstruction: America After the Civil War" premieres on PBS this week; we talk with historian Eric Foner about the first interracial dem ...…
 
Debut novelist Melissa Duclos joins Marrie Stone to talk about her novel, Besotted. Melissa shares her nearly 15 year journey with her novel, her decision to break up with it, and her discovery of small, independent presses. She also talks about the novel's unique point of view, first person omniscient. You can learn more about Melissa and her ...…
 
We're all busy. But Matt Houston is really busy. Matt discusses his roles as Principal of MLH Enterprises, Lecturer at the UNT Dallas School of Business and Interim President of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce. He also gets into his Facebook Live Show 'The Porch.' Shawn and Ryan also talk about Dirk Nowitzki's retirement and Dallas Summer ...…
 
Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, and Elizabeth Warren are the women in the Senate who have announced campaigns for the Democratic nomination—and Gillibrand is running on Medicare for All and a Green New Deal. She started out in Congress as more of a centrist Democrat—how authentic has her transformation been? Joan Walsh reports ...…
 
This week, your Spoiling Ourselves comrades watched The Americans, FX's period drama about KGB spies living undercover in 1980's Washington DC. Now I know what you're thinking. Another show where one character fucks another character to death? Surprisingly not! But there are plenty of murders, honeypots, and agents (of the double and even quadr ...…
 
Matt and Brandon interview Adam Jacob the co-founder of Chef. We discuss Adam's career, what led him to start Chef and Chef's recent decision to open source 100% of its Software. Plus, Adam give us some tips on Dungeons & Dragons and transitioning from being a founder to an executive. Links Goodbye Open Core — Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish We ne ...…
 
Roland Miller, a Chicago native, studied photography at Utah State University earning his B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees. For 14 years, he taught photography at Brevard Community College (now Eastern Florida State College) in Cocoa, Florida, where he was first exposed to many nearby NASA launch sites. He then taught at the College of Lake County in ...…
 
Memoirist Meredith May, author of The Honey Bus: A memoir of Loss, Courage, and a Girl Saved by Bees (Park Row Books/Harper Collins) talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about the art, craft, and business of writing. Download audio. (Broadcast date: April 3, 2019)By Barbara DeMarco-Barrett.
 
Democrats, Republicans and 'Socialism' -- John Nichols talks about Milwaukee, America's socialist city for 50 years.Also: Plastics and Petrochemicals: An estimated 8 tons of plastic end up in the oceans per year. But the real problem is the manufacturing of plastics. Zoë Carpenter explains.Plus, Climate Change in the City: Ben Ehrenreich report ...…
 
When Stacey Abrams ran for governor of Georgia last November as the first African-American and the first woman candidate, she got more votes than any Democrat in Georgia history, including Obama and Hillary Clinton. She tripled Latino turnout; she increased the youth turnout by 139 per cent and black turnout by 40 per cent. But because of Repub ...…
 
Thomas Alleman was born and raised in Detroit, where his father was a traveling salesman and his mother was a ceramic artist. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in English Literature. During a fifteen-year newspaper career, Tom was a frequent winner of distinctions from the National Press Photographer's Association, as we ...…
 
This is your Chicago Public Square Newscast. Listen here, or on Amazon’s Alexa-powered speakers*, iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Enjoying these newscasts? Keep them coming by joining The Legion of Chicago Public Squarians. * Even if you don’t have an Alexa smart speaker, you can turn iOS and Android phones into Alexa devices for free—a ...…
 
Alex Michaelides, author of the debut literary thriller The Silent Patient, joins Marrie Stone to talk about his journey from screenwriting to novels and how the two feed each other. He discusses taking walks in the park—like his character—as a form of method writing. He discusses how Agatha Christie influenced his work, discovering his charact ...…
 
Lisa Gornick, author of The Peacock Feast, joins Marrie Stone to talk about her latest sweeping novel. She talks about the braiding together of three story-lines; researching historical figures while ensuring the research never feels didactic to the reader; managing vast amounts of time and complex story-lines, etc. In the second half, debut no ...…
 
The Mueller Report: a three page summary of the 300-plus page report has been released -- that's less than one percent of Mueller's findings -- Harold Meyerson reports.Today marks the 50th Anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Bed-In for Peace at the Amsterdam Hilton. We talk with Dick and Mickey Flacks about their book "Making History Maki ...…
 
Nobody should be satisfied with Attorney General William Barr’s account of the Mueller report, says John Nichols. We had assumed that the independent counsel’s investigation into obstruction of justice would conclude one way or the other. Instead we have Barr making exactly the kind of political decision by a Trump appointee that the independen ...…
 
We’ve been off for a bit, but we’re finally back this week to talk about Leverage! Boy, do we love a good heist. (We would’ve watched Bridalplasty, had it not made Sam sick to his stomach a mere 29 seconds in. We’re thankful, and you should be too.)Who would we draft for our ultimate heist team? Who can do the best Lil John impression? How do y ...…
 
Barbara Peacock studied fine arts at Boston University College of Fine Arts, and photography and filmmaking at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. She started as a street photographer and gradually became a lifestyle photographer. She has had the privilege to study with Mary Ellen Mark, Eugene Richards, and Ernesto Bazan. ...…
 
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