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He was a trusted OB-GYN working inside one of the most prestigious universities in the world, an Ivy League school that is home to Nobel Prize winners and medical all-stars. Yet behind closed doors, Dr. Robert Hadden assaulted hundreds — perhaps thousands — of unsuspecting patients. When it looked like no one would be held accountable, the survivors engaged in a decade-long fight for justice. From the team behind the hit series Dr. Death, host and medical journalist Laura Beil unfurls the st ...
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Notable Nobels is a podcast about the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is awarded to scientists who have made notable discoveries in the fields of Life Science and Medicine, and these discoveries have a history of profoundly influencing society and civilization. Each episode covers the prize awarded for a particular year, and with over 100 years of prizes, there’s a lot to talk about!
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Nobel Prize Conversations

Nobel Prize Outreach AB

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Through their lives and work, failures and successes – get to know the individuals who have been awarded the Nobel Prize. The host for this podcast is Adam Smith, who has the happy task of interviewing our Nobel Laureates. – Nobel Prize Conversations is a podcast with a new episode every Thursday. Sit in on our conversations as we delve into how these personalities found their fields of interest — often by coincidence — how they view collaboration, curiosity and failure, and what keeps them ...
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Bestselling author Michael Covel is the host of Trend Following Radio with 15+ million listens. Investments, economics, psychology, politics, decision-making, human behavior, entrepreneurship and trading -- all passionately explored and debated. Guests include Nobel Prize winners: Robert Aumann, Angus Deaton, Daniel Kahneman, Oliver Hart, Harry Markowitz & Vernon Smith. More guests: Jack Canfield, Howard Marks, James Altucher, Dan Ariely, Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Kathleen Eisenhardt, Marc Fab ...
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“Learn how acclaimed writers keep the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and avoid writer’s block.” Each week, host Kelton Reid chats with guests like Nobel Prize winner Abdulrazak Gurnah, on life after becoming a laureate; #1 New York Times bestselling author, Emily Henry on her past life as a YA mid-lister; Celebrated author, Walter Mosley, on his conflicted feelings after winning a National Book Award; NY Times bestselling author, Lisa Scottoline, on what she learned from literary lion Phili ...
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The Soho Forum Debates

The Soho Forum Debates

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Reason presents a libertarian-themed debate series recorded monthly before a live audience in New York City. Moderated by former Barron’s Economics Editor Gene Epstein, the Soho Forum features Nobel prize winners, radical thinkers, and other public intellectuals facing off over the future of abortion, bitcoin, electric vehicles, government debt, illegal drugs, robotics, sex work, and other controversial topics.
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Freedom Pact

Freedom Pact Podcast

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What do Nobel Prize Winners, CEOs of billion-dollar companies, FBI Hostage negotiators, Adult Actresses, academics from leading institutions, astronauts, rockstars, world-poker champions, members of the SAS, best-selling authors, and Disney stars have in common? They have all been guests on the Freedom Pact Podcast. By subscribing, you will hear eclectic conversations about topics relating to the nature of the world, and how to thrive within it. Join hosts of the Freedom Pact Podcast Joseph ...
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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world. LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the School has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. LSE has 16 Nobel prize w ...
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Founded in 1968, Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Our podcast offerings include: The Reason Roundtable Every Monday, the libertarian editors of the magazine of “Free Minds and Free Markets”—Matt Welch, Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Peter Suderman—discuss and debate the week’s biggest stories and what fresh hell awaits us all. The Reason Interview with Nick Gillespie Want to know what comes next in politics, cultu ...
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Jamie Bartlett traces the story of how and why social media companies have become the new information gatekeepers, and what the decisions they make mean for all of us. It's 20 years since Facebook launched and the social media we know today - but it all started with a crazy idea to realise a hippie dream of building a "global consciousness". The plan was to build a connected world, where everyone could access everyone and everything all the time; to overthrow the old gatekeepers and set info ...
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Money makes the world go round – but how does it shape you as a person? Join comedian and former Facebook Sales VP Paul Ollinger as he extracts a wealth of wisdom from CEOs and celebrities, authors and artists, Olympic gold medalists and Nobel Prize winners – each with a unique perspective on the role that money plays in our lives. At a time when talking about personal finance can still feel taboo, Paul offers refreshingly honest discussions about the motivations and misconceptions surroundi ...
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The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society: Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Creativity, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Climate Change, Social Justice, Spirituality, Feminism ...

The Creative Process - Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Social Justice, Spirituality, Feminism, Technology, AI

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Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists and creative thinkers across the Arts and STEM. We discuss their life, work and artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, Nobel Prize, leaders and public figures share real experiences and offer valuable insights. Notable guests and participating museums and organizations include: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Neil Patrick Harris, Smithsonian, Roxane Gay, Musée Picasso, EAR ...
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Steven Shalowitz interviews celebrities and influencers on where they'd go if given a one way ticket - no coming back! Destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or a state of mind. Some of his guests have included: Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; CNN's Richard Quest and Bill Weir; Journalist-Humorist-Actor Mo Rocca of CBS Sunday Morning & The Cooking Channel's "My Grandmother's Ravioli"; Bronx Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr.; Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Jose Ramos-Horta; ...
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PEAK MIND

Michael Trainer

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Welcome to Peak Mind, I am your host Michael Trainer. I have spent the better part of the last 23 years traveling the world to learn from the best in human optimization; the Peak Minds of the world. From traditional healers to doctors at the cutting edge of modern science, from Nobel prize winners to elite performers, my goal here is to share the insights of the world's best thought leaders. The vision is that their teachings can find a place in your tool box, to help you navigate the unique ...
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How To Academy is London's home of big thinking. From Nobel laureates to Pulitzer Prize winners, we invite the world’s most influential voices to share new ideas for changing ourselves, our communities, and the world. Our biweekly podcast is your chance to hear in-depth from the most exciting thinkers in global culture.
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Research that makes people LAUGH, then THINK — research about anything and everything, from everywhere —research that's good or bad, important or trivial, valuable or worthless. Presented by Marc Abrahams, founder of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/improbableresearch/support
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Intimate conversations with Dr. Patch Adams and his son Lars, dive deep into Patch's true not-Hollywood lifestory as Lars and producer, Rainbow Valentine, uncover how Patch, once a suicidal misfit, started a revolution for Love and Joy and ended up a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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Micrographia 350

Oxford University

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A half-day symposium to mark the 350th anniversary of the publication of Robert Hooke’s Micrographia, thought to be the first handbook of microscopy, and also to applaud recent new developments in molecular-scale microscopy as recognised by the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and the 2014 Centenary Prize of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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2050 Investors

Société Générale

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Welcome to 2050 Investors your monthly guide to understanding the intricate connections between finance, globalisation, and ESG. Join host Kokou Agbo-Bloua, Head of Economics, Cross-Asset & Quant Research at Societe Generale, for an exploration of the economic and market megatrends shaping the present and future, and how these trends might influence our progress to meeting 2050’s challenging global sustainability targets. In each episode, Kokou deep-dives into the events impacting the econom ...
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24/2, February 24th, was the day that Russia began bombing Ukraine at the beginning of its all-out invasion which is now in its eleventh month. Every week Anne Levine interviews someone in Ukraine or from around the world, with a unique perspective on the war. Everyone from a Nobel Peace Prize winner to a military Colonel to an Instagram Influencer turned volunteer for orphaned children is on our show. Interviews conducted by Anne Levine and shows edited by Ursula Ruedenberg.
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5 Questions With Dan Schawbel

Dan Schawbel, #1 Bestselling Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur

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New York Times bestselling author Dan Schawbel distills the most actionable and tangible advice from a variety of world-class humans including entrepreneurs, authors, Olympians, politicians, billionaires, Nobel Prize winners, TED speakers, celebrities, astronauts and more.
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Ekti Podcast is a weekly Bengali podcast by Raj Adhikary, a Paan Parag Nobel Prize-winning author, and Surjamit Bhattacharya, an Oscar awarded struggling comedian. Together, they created this doorway of stereotypes somewhere between the highway of hell and the stairway to heaven. So, listen carefully every Sunday for motivations to get depressed. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ektipodcast/support
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IEA Publications

Institute of Economic Affairs

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The Institute of Economic Affairs Publications podcast presents a selection of peer reviewed research publications from the UK’s leading free market think tank. The IEA’s comprehensive programme of books, papers and briefings – featuring IEA staff, leading academics and Nobel Prize winners – provides the intellectual framework for all the Institute’s activities. Now you can listen to the entire publications in audio form. Subscribe for regular updates as more are released over time.
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From My Mama’s Kitchen® Talk Radio is based on the multi-award-winning & bestselling book, From My Mama’s Kitchen – “food for the soul, recipes for living” by Johnny Tan honoring his 9 Moms. FMMK Talk Radio serves as a resource center that is vibrant with motivational, inspirational, and spiritual stories from guests of ordinary people, especially moms, doing extraordinary feats and instilling a positive attitude in our global community. Conversation topics address family matters, relationsh ...
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Since 1984, when Dr. Robert Gallo announced at a press conference that HIV caused AIDS, there has been an ongoing debate within the medical and scientific community whether Gallo was right. Today there are over 2300 medical and scientific experts, doctors, chiropractors, researchers, journalists, and other professionals – including Nobel Prize winners and members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences – who all agree that HIV does NOT cause AIDS. In these recorded interviews and talks, ...
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2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival

Edinburgh International Book Festival

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Nobel prize-winners and bestselling authors from around the world rubbed shoulders with the literary stars of tomorrow at the 2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival in over 800 events which included enlightening Parkinson-style chats, lively debates and readings. You can listen to extracts from some of the events in our series of free podcasts, recorded live at the festival.
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A broadcast from different parts of South Africa. We meet various locals and visitors to our shores, mostly from the comedy and entertainment field. Topics are varied and unpredictable, including local goings-on, current world events, and how they impact on South Africa... all discussed by mostly opinionated and not-very-serious guests. (Although we have sent out meeting requests to Nobel Prize winners, but they're all too busy on Twitter to speak to us at the moment. Perhaps one day.) For m ...
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Xapiens at MIT

Loyd Waites and Bobby Johnston

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The Xapiens Podcast, hosted by two MIT Nuclear Physics PhD students, explores the bleeding edge ideas spanning biology, physics, chemistry, and computer science that mark our road to the future. Hear from experts in the field about the fundamental particles that make up the universe, revolutionary interfaces to the brain, and new technology that can change the way we interact with our futures. Listen to visionaries and Nobel prize winners, see what their hopes for the future look like, and h ...
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EconTalk Archives, 2008

EconTalk: Russ Roberts, Library of Economics and Liberty

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book reviews, parenting, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and George Mason U., ...
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EconTalk Archives, 2009

EconTalk: Russ Roberts, Library of Economics and Liberty

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book reviews, parenting, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and George Mason U., ...
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EconTalk Archives, 2012

EconTalk: Russ Roberts, Library of Economics and Liberty

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book reviews, parenting, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and George Mason U., ...
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EconTalk Archives, 2010

EconTalk: Russ Roberts, Library of Economics and Liberty

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book reviews, parenting, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and George Mason U., ...
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EconTalk Archives, 2015

EconTalk: Russ Roberts, Library of Economics and Liberty

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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book reviews, parenting, and the curiosities of everyday decision-making. Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and George Mason U., ...
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Rabindranath Tagore was a Bengali poet, philosopher, visual artist, playwright, composer, and novelist whose work reshaped Bengali literature and music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He became Asia’s first Nobel laureate when he won the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature. Sadhana is a collection of essays, most of which he gave before the Harvard University, describing Indian beliefs, philosophy and culture from different viewpoints, often making comparison with Western thought and c ...
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A grim milestone in Afghanistan this week as the country marks a thousand days since girls were banned from attending secondary school. This as the Taliban continue to tighten their grip on the country, despite promising moderation after taking power in August 2021. It's a reality Malala Yousafzai calls “gender apartheid” - a term she calls on worl…
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How can we ensure that knowledge and science are spread globally? Medicine laureate Drew Weissman is an advocate for creating research centres around the world to give local researchers the means to have ownership and solve health issues by themselves. As Weissman puts it: ”A lot of people set up a clinic in a city somewhere, collect samples, take …
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Part I. Joseph Stiglitz vs Friedrich von Hayek: One Nobel Prize Winning Economist Takes On Another Guest: Joseph E. Stiglitz is a Nobel Prize–winning economist. He served as chief economist of the World Bank. Currently, he teaches at Columbia University and a Senior fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. He is the author of several books including his …
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Venki Ramakrishnan is a Nobel Prize winning scientist, Former President of the Royal Society, a structural biologist at the University of Cambridge and author. Scientific and public interest into anti-aging has reached an all time high. With this has come a series of medical breakthroughs, as well as a detailed understanding of promising mechanisms…
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For the first time in 24 years, Vladimir Putin is heading to Pyongyang to meet with Kim Jong-un, raising concern in Washington. Five years ago Donald Trump became the first US president to meet the North Korean leader when he briefly stepped across the DMZ. With American elections five months away, people at home and abroad are starting to consider…
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“One thing people don't realize is that the goal of disinformation is not simply to get you to believe a falsehood. It's to demoralize you into giving up on the idea of truth, to polarize us around factual issues, to get us to distrust people who don't believe the same lie. And even if somebody doesn't believe the lie, it can still make them cynica…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman pore over recent Supreme Court decisions regarding the abortion pill mifepristone and the Trump administration's ban on gun bump stocks.02:01—Supreme Court rulings on abortion pill and bump stocks16:45—Secret recording of Supreme Court…
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US Special Envoy Amos Hochstein came to Israel to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and urge de-escalation on the Lebanon border. Correspondent Ben Wedeman reports on how a wider war could erupt there. Ben's report is followed by Christiane's interview with the new leader of Israel's once-powerful Labor Party, former IDF Commander Yair Go…
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Divine intervention. Pope Francis makes history, weighing in on ethical AI at the G7 summit. This hour, the risks and rewards of Artificial Intelligence with a panel of industry leaders. Managing misinformation in a critical election year and how technology is changing what it means to be human. Also this hour, Julia Louis-Dreyfus on confronting de…
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How do we fight for truth and protect democracy in a post-truth world? How does bias affect our understanding of facts? Lee McIntyre is a Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and a Senior Advisor for Public Trust in Science at the Aspen Institute. He holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Ph.…
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The Missouri Leviathan was an enormous skeleton made of fossilized bones that were excavated and assembled by Albert C. Koch. Was it a hoax, or just bad science? Research: Lotzof, Kerry. “Missouri Leviathan: the making of an American mastodon.” Natural History Museum (London). https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/the-making-of-an-american-mastodon.html W…
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Guest: Nelson Lichtenstein is Research Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His books include State of the Union: A Century of American Labor, and his latest, A Fabulous Failure: The Clinton Presidency and the Transformation of American Capitalism coauthored with Judith Stein (1940–2017). The post Bill Clinton & the Transformat…
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Nancy Brophy fills her novels with romantic betrayals and murder. It’s a far cry from her quiet life in the suburbs, where she and her chef husband, Dan, are living out their golden years. But when Dan is shot dead, Nancy finds herself at the center of a murder case that could be ripped from the pages of her novels. From Wondery, this is a story ab…
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Please enjoy my monologue Think Like Roger Federer with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio. This episode may also include great outside guests from my archive. --- I’m MICHAEL COVEL, the host of TREND FOLLOWING RADIO, and I’m proud to have delivered 10+ million podcast listens since 2012. Investments, economics, psychology, politics, decision-m…
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Today's guest is maverick journalist Glenn Greenwald, whose work publicizing Edward Snowden's revelations of ubiquitous and illegal surveillance of Americans helped The Guardian win a Pulitzer Prize. Greenwald now hosts the nightly news show System Update on Rumble and maintains an active presence on X (formerly Twitter). Reason's Nick Gillespie an…
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“I think as there is more automation, there is more kind of emphasis on this question of our choice. The story of the development of things tends to be what do humans decide that they care about? In what direction do they want to go? What kind of art do they want to make? What kinds of things do they want to think about? There is in the computation…
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How can computational language help decode the mysteries of nature and the universe? What is ChatGPT doing and why does it work? How will AI affect education, the arts and society? Stephen Wolfram is a computer scientist, mathematician, and theoretical physicist. He is the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alp…
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Neil Lawrence is the inaugural DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge. Neil has been working on machine learning models for over 20 years. Neil recently returned to academia after three years as Director of Machine Learning at Amazon. His main interest is the interaction of machine learning with the physical world.In …
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When her husband's work required journalist Clover Stroud to uproot from Oxfordshire to Washington DC, she began a deep and profound reflection on the many ways she was tethered to her home -- from family roots to knowledge of its ancient history, an appreciation of the local landscape to precious personal memories -- and considered what it would m…
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Bestselling author, Fred Waitzkin, spoke with me about journalism, Searching for Bobby Fischer, the thin veil between fiction and non-fiction, and the Zen of his latest novel ANYTHING IS GOOD. Fred Waitzkin is the journalist and internationally acclaimed bestselling author of Searching for Bobby Fischer, made into the Academy Award-nominated film o…
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My guest today is economist and podcaster Glenn Loury, whose new memoir is titled Late Admissions: Confessions of a Black Conservative. Born in 1948 and raised working-class in Chicago's predominantly African American South Side, Loury tells a story of self-invention, ambition, hard work, addiction, and redemption that channels Benjamin Franklin's …
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G7 world leaders gathering in Italy today have agreed to loan Kyiv some 50 billion dollars backed by the profits from Russia's frozen investments. Political scientist and former advisor to the EU's foreign policy chief, Nathalie Tocci joins the show from Rome and Senior International Correspondent for the French channel BFMTV, Thierry Arnaud joins …
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Last month was the hottest May ever, marking the 12th consecutive month that records were broken. In a major new cover article for The Atlantic, journalist George Packer spent months reporting from Phoenix, Arizona exploring the quixotic growth fueling urban expansion, even as the water runs dry and the heat kills hundreds. Packer joins the program…
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Would you like to discover which remarkable and astonishing shapes have the Capacity to Change Your Life? If so, Join Gregory and Gail Hoag and me on Wednesday, June 12th, from 10 AM - 11 AM CDT U.S. Our conversation will be about their remarkable life journey, their #1 Bestselling Book, “Sacred Geometry - The Universal Language of Divine Alignment…
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Once Dr. Ray Damadian had the idea to create a machine that used nuclear magnetic resonance to capture diagnostic data by scanning a human body, he still had to build it. And though he did, other scientists got credit for inventing the MRI. Research: Bashir U, Rock P, Murphy A, et al. T2 relaxation. Reference article, Radiopaedia.org. https://doi.o…
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Guest: DW Gibson is the author of several books including The Edge Becomes the Center: An Oral History of Gentrification in the Twenty-First Century, 14 Miles: Building the Border Wall, Not Working: People Talk About Losing a Job and Finding Their Way in Today’s Changing Economy, and his latest, One Week To Change the World: An Oral History of the …
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Yes, there was actually a guy named Rudolf Diesel who actually invented the diesel engine, which was incredibly revolutionary for its time. It earned Diesel a massive fortune and had huge implications for how war—especially maritime war in the early 1900’s—would be waged. As European countries scrambled for dominance just prior to WWI, Diesel disap…
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For the first time in more than eight months of war, the United Nations Security Council has passed a resolution calling for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza. The security council says Israel has accepted the proposal, and US officials are now pressuring Hamas to do the same. But, there are few signs of concrete commitment to ending the war. Joining t…
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