Best Reichle podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Slow Readers
Weekly
 
Daniel Gonzalez and Gabriel Mara tempt fate by discussing books, reading, and trying to read in today's busy world. For the book lovers, the light readers, the speed readers, and for those who show up for the company!
 
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Mindcoolness Podcast
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Dom explores interesting ideas about philosophy, cognitive science, metapolitics, psychology, masculinity, rationality, and spirituality centered on the question of how to live a good life with a cool mind by doing the True Will.
 
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The Book Review
Weekly
 
The world's top authors and critics join host Pamela Paul and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world.
 
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KQED’s Forum
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KQED’s live call-in program presents balanced discussions of local, state, national, and world issues as well as in-depth interviews with leading figures in politics, science, entertainment, and the arts.
 
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WHAT BRIAN REDBAN DO
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Explore the life of comedian Brian Redban
 
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Prince Street
Monthly
 
Prince Street is the culture podcast for people who love the world of food. With celebrity interviews and field reports our team of award-winning journalists, actors and writers explore the ever-changing world of what we eat, what we cook, and the surprising ways food is life.
 
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The Eater Upsell
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Editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen dive into meaty food world topics of the week, interview the country's most interesting chefs, explore the origins of specific cuisines, taste-test the latest culinary trends, and debate topics as serious as unfair labor practices and sexual harassment and as light as Instagram museums and the best at-home pint of ice cream. Produced by Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Atlanta chef and former 'Top Chef' judge Hugh Acheson sits down with food personalities, entertainers and activists in restaurants and at kitchen tables across the country to talk about what they’re eating and what’s eating them.
 
The Google Cloud Platform Podcast, coming to you every week. Discussing everything on Google Cloud Platform from App Engine to Big Query.
 
Created by The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts, Inside Julia’s Kitchen is your window into the Foundation’s world. Through our podcast, you’ll meet the bright lights of today’s food world, from the organizations the Foundation supports and works with to further Julia’s legacy to individuals at the forefront of cooking, culinary history, and food writing. We’ll be talking to those who are shaping the way we eat, cook and think about food, just as Julia did by invit ...
 
A series of onstage conversations held in various venues in Los Angeles featuring writers, actors, musicians, humorists, chefs, scientists and thought leaders in business. For upcoming events, visit www.livetalksla.org
 
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Yakker Bot Talk
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The best chat bot podcast out there! Amazing interviews and information to help you learn and put into action all of your bot desires! If you are just learning about Facebook Messenger Marketing or you are already a pro with services like ChatFuel and ManyChat then you'll enjoy. Listen in now.
 
SaaS business leaders share how to grow
 
Iconic food luminary Alice Waters discusses her new cookbook, The Art of Simple Food II, celebrating recipes from the garden. Culinary author Ruth Reichl moderates.
 
Host Patrick Kenney presents wine-infused conversations with business, art, sports, and society influencers.
 
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Taste Matters
Weekly
 
Taste Matters, plain and simple. Join host Mitchell Davis, Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, cookbook author, restaurant reviewer, and food scholar, on a journey of exploration of the sense, the cultural construct, and the culinary phenomenon of taste. However much we talk about where our food comes from, how it is produced, who prepares it, or what sorts of socio-cultural-political implications our food choices and eating behaviors have, taste is fundamental. And matters of tast ...
 
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A day before completing her doctorate at Harvard, social psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt was pushed against her car, handcuffed and arrested during a traffic stop. Eberhardt, a Stanford professor and MacArthur “genius” grant recipient, now consults with city police departments to address racial bias in everyday interactions. Her new book “Biase ...…
 
On Thursday, the Justice Department released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russia’s election interference and its possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The report, which found insufficient evidence of collusion, detailed ten instances in which the president may have obstructed justice, but did not make a ...…
 
The unlikely duo behind The Grey, named one of the best restaurants in America, discuss their meteoric rise and extraordinary partnership. She was a chef with Southern roots working in New York; he was a New York business wiz who had just bought Savannah’s old bus station. The restaurant alchemy that followed is changing Savannah. Plus, Easter ...…
 
Erica Hall, general manager of Brooklyn hot spot Win Son, drops by the show to help us all be better diners. Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
 
The new documentary “Unsettled: Seeking Refuge in America” follows four LGBTQ refugees from Syria, Congo and Angola. Targeted with violence and harassment in their home countries, the refugees seek asylum in San Francisco, where they hope to restart their lives. “Unsettled” premieres at the SFFilm Festival on Wednesday. We’ll talk with the film ...…
 
Thousands continue to protest in Sudan’s capital to demand a transition to civilian rule after the military overthrew Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir last week. Bashir, who took power in 1989 and is wanted by the International Criminal Court for overseeing ethnic cleansing in Darfur, is being held in prison, according to reports this morning. ...…
 
Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb says that people come to her practice for many reasons, but their stories tend to share common themes, including emptiness, dislocation and death. Gottlieb’s new book “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone” explores her patients’ overlapping struggles. It also documents her own experiences in therapy when she seeks help ...…
 
Mark Mirchandani is our Mark this week, joining new host Michelle Casbon in a recap of their favorite things at Next! The main story this episode is Cloud Run, and Gabi and Mark met up with Steren Giannini and Ryan Gregg at Cloud Next to learn more about it. Announced at Next, Cloud Run brings serverless to containers! It offers great options a ...…
 
Climate change has put more than 25 million acres of California wildlands under very high or extreme threat of fire, according to a report released Friday by Governor Newsom’s office. The report includes a sweeping set of wildfire prevention recommendations, including the radical restructuring of PG&E, which faces more than $30 billion in poten ...…
 
A devastating fire on Monday destroyed the Notre-Dame Cathedral’s spire and roof. Hundreds of millions of Euros have already been pledged by companies and philanthropists to rebuild the iconic 850-year-old Paris structure.
 
In “The Back Channel: A Memoir of American Diplomacy and the Case for its Renewal,” former Deputy Secretary of State William Burns argues that U.S. foreign relations are in chaos. And that the disorder is striking at a precarious time, when the world faces ongoing geopolitical challenges such as a nuclear North Korea, an emboldened Russia and a ...…
 
Flynn McGarry is the chef of the New York restaurant Gem and the subject of the new Hulu documentary 'Chef Flynn.'
 
All the world may be a stage, but some of the most important players labor behind the scenes. One such person is Oakland native and longtime director, producer and playwright Nataki Garrett, who joined the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) this month as incoming artistic director. We'll talk to her about her creative vision for OSF and "How to ...…
 
For decades, playwright, actor and pianist Hershey Felder has been merging his talents on stage in his “Great Composer” shows. In his new show at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, “Hershey Felder: A Paris Love Story,” Felder recounts his personal connection with French composer Claude Debussy, embodying the composer and recounting Paris at the turn ...…
 
On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin speaks with culinary icon and frequent Julia collaborator Jacques Pépin. Todd and Jacques discuss The Jacques Pépin Foundation’s focus and what it means to receive an Emmy® Award for Lifetime Achievement. Plus, Jacques shares many a Julia Moment. Photo courtesy Jacques Pépin In ...…
 
Forum reviews, analyzes and answers your questions about the latest news from Washington, D.C. And we’ll talk with Politico senior writer Jake Sherman about his new book, “The Hill to Die On,” an inside look at the power struggles playing out in Congress.
 
Spoiler alert: these morons finally finish the book this time! They finally get to talk about Lee! They also watch the James Dean movie and gripe about! BONUS: Ex-BRO-Liating, and Danecdotes and Gables! 19:12 Booktalk 55:35 Movie Talk TopgallantRadio.com - Radio for sailors
 
Reichl discusses "Save Me the Plums," and Emily Bazelon talks about "Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration."
 
Esmé Weijun Wang describes schizophrenia as "the archetypal disorder of lunacy," terrifying because it unmoors the afflicted from reality as the chaos of psychosis takes over. Wang was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder in 2013, after years of coping with bipolar disorder, depression, and hallucinations. We'll talk to Wang about her experi ...…
 
Sixty-seven percent of the Bay Area homeless are unsheltered, according to a new report by the Bay Area Council. And with more than 28,000 individuals homeless across the Bay Area, the region has the third-largest homeless population in the nation. We'll discuss the report.
 
Egyptian heart surgeon-turned-political satirist Bassem Youssef's show "Al-Bernameg" had almost a third of the country watching before he was forced off the air by the Egyptian government in 2013. Known as "the Jon Stewart of the Arab World," Youssef gained international fame for his willingness to test the boundaries of speech in an authoritar ...…
 
Prince Street's Alex Guarnaschelli thinks Brian Koppelman, co-creator of the Showtime hit series BILLIONS, moves through the world like a chef. Find out why and hear what happens when these two food obsessives get together for an epic conversation about power, pizza, and why Brian's monthly smoked fish bill always gets paid before his credit cards.…
 
Welcome to day three of Next! More awesome interviews await in this episode, as hosts Mark Mirchandani, Aja Hammerly, Mark Mandel, Jon Foust and their guests explore more of Next. To start, Dan of Viacom joins Mark and Jon to talk about his job in the TV business and why he loves Istio. Host-turned-guest Aja and Lauren of the Developer Relation ...…
 
In 2016, over 3,500 people hiked on the John Muir Trail (JMT) in California's high sierra. That's a lot more than anyone imagined when the 211 mile trail running from Yosemite Valley to Mt. Whitney was founded over a hundred years ago. With increased usage taking a toll on the route, we discuss new efforts to preserve the trail's history and en ...…
 
In 1974, Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City" premiered in the Pacific Sun, depicting a naive, Midwestern young woman who becomes immersed in San Francisco's LGBTQ scene. The serialized story, featuring 1970s San Francisco, would go on to become nine novels and three TV miniseries. Mary Ann, Anna, et al., are back again, this time in a Netfli ...…
 
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been charged by the U.S. with conspiracy to hack a government computer. The indictment, issued last year in the state of Virginia, alleges that Assange conspired in 2010 with former U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Chelsea Manning to access classified information on Department of Defense computers. He faces up ...…
 
As President Obama's longest serving senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett led the Offices of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs and chaired the White House Council on Women and Girls. But before she entered public service, Jarrett was an unfulfilled corporate lawyer in an unhappy marriage. Her new memoir, "Finding My Voice," describes h ...…
 
The podcast celebrates day two of Next as our hosts speak with some more conference attendees. Andre came by to talk with Aja and Jon about his work with Stackdriver IRM and their mission for fewer, shorter, and smaller outages. We had three hosts in the booth with guest, Anne, who works for the GCP Trust and Security Product Team. Brian, Mark, ...…
 
The research team behind the Event Horizon Telescope project released their first images of a black hole at the center of galaxy Messier 87 (M87). The giant black hole is 55 million light years from Earth and is about 6.5 billion times larger than our sun. We'll explain the news and take your questions.…
 
In a new children's book, "Biddy Mason Speaks Up," Arisa White and Laura Atkins weave poetry and prose with historical facts to tell the story of Bridget "Biddy" Mason--a woman born into slavery in the early 1800s who later won her freedom in court and became a prominent landowner, community builder and healer in Los Angeles. "Biddy Mason Speak ...…
 
Israelis went to the polls Tuesday to decide whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will serve a fifth consecutive term or whether Benny Gantz, the leader of Israel's Blue and White Party, will unseat him. The race remained a dead heat as of Tuesday night. We'll talk about the results and latest developments.…
 
Most people know Rocco DiSpirito as a 'TV Chef' or a diet book author, but 15 years ago he was the biggest chef in New York City. Now he's back in the game: reimagining the Standard Grill in Manhattan's Meatpacking district. Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com…
 
We’re at Cloud Next this week with special guests, special hosts, and more! On day one, Gabi and new host Mark Mirchandani were able to speak with Jonathan Cham, Customer Engineer at Google Cloud, about his experiences with Google Next. Ori of the Cloud SQL team shared exciting news about Cloud SQL Server. Later, Aja was joined by co-host Brian ...…
 
Ruth Reichl, who considers herself a writer with Berkeley-hippie sensibilities, initially turned down an offer to be Gourmet magazine's editor-in-chief, a corporate gig. But Reichl ultimately said yes to the job, in which she highlighted some of the world's most exclusive restaurants and wielded tremendous influence. In her memoir, "Save Me The ...…
 
The Bureau of Land Management proposed new rules last month regarding Burning Man, the week-long arts event and temporary city built annually in Black Rock City, Nevada. The draft mandate, which is open for public comment until April 29, would impose new fees and environmental rules, as well as require organizers to hire a private security cont ...…
 
Three East Bay lawmakers have announced a bill that would increase taxes on California's most profitable companies to help fund schools and childcare. The bill aims to increase education funding by at least $2.5 billion a year by targeting companies that have benefited from President Trump's tax overhaul, which reduced the corporate tax rate fr ...…
 
Ruth Reichl is the former editor of Gourmet and author of the new book, Save Me the Plums: My Gourmet Memoir.
 
We’ll be talking about the departure of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
 
The U.S. imposed a new round of sanctions on Venezuela Friday, targeting oil companies that the U.S. says are propping up President Nicolás Maduro’s regime. The sanctions come amid a worsening political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, as citizens cope with a collapsed health system and dire food, water and electricity shortages. Meanwhile ...…
 
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which went into effect on Jan. 1, imposes a host of new rules governing federal tax rates, deductions and credits. As the April 15 federal filing deadline approaches, Forum opens its phone lines and takes your income tax questions.
 
SaaS Marketing Insights Episode 29: Patrick Campbell, ProfitWell Patrick Campbell started his career as a US Intelligence Analyst before a stint at Google. In 2012 he co-founded Price Intelligently (now ProfitWell), a bootstrapped company on a quest to understand how SaaS and subscription businesses can maximize financial performance. ProfitWel ...…
 
Slow Readers celebrates its two year anniversary! And the boyos are both sick! They manage to play one of the two games promised at the top! Plus they list their Top 5 favorite book protagonists! 24th Annual Donor’s Dash - Ryan’s Goslings 7:00 Patterson’s Cussler’s The Baldacci Woods 27:00 Top 5 Protagonists TopgallantRadio.com - Radio for sailors…
 
Mark Bittman launched a brand new food website with a name that was already in use (5:20). Why did a photo of a vertically sliced bagel set twitter on fire (10:18)? Mitt Romney blew out his birthday candles like an alien (14:00). Sonia Chopra joins the show to tell us about all the exciting new baseball food (16:40). Samsung launched a dating a ...…
 
Bianca Bosker explores myriad abuses in the restaurant industry with two of New York City's most esteemed beverage directors, Cote's Victoria James and Sam Anderson of Wildair, Contra and Una Pizza Napoletana. Substance abuse, sexual abuse, abuse of power -- it's all on the table in this candid, emotional and corrective conversation. Later in t ...…
 
Adam Higginbotham talks about his sweeping new history of the nuclear accident and its aftermath, and Nellie Bowles discusses Clive Thompson's "Coders."
 
America embraces me with one arm, but it pushes me away with the other," Laila Lalami wrote in a 2017 New Yorker piece after President Trump instituted his travel ban. Lalami's new novel, "The Other Americans," opens with the hit-and-run murder of a Moroccan immigrant in a present-day Southern California suburb. This event affects nine narrator ...…
 
In an effort to speed confirmation of President Trump’s nominees, Senate Republicans voted Wednesday to reduce the amount of time lawmakers may debate district court and non-cabinet level appointments from 30 hours to two hours. The move was only the third use of the so-called “nuclear option,” a procedure that allows the Senate to change rules ...…
 
On the latest episode of Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin speaks with food writing icon, best-selling author and former Gourmet magazine editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl. They discuss Ruth’s latest memoir, Save Me the Plums, and the secret to good food writing. Plus, Ruth reads an excerpt from the book and shares an incognito #Juliamoment. ...…
 
A play at San Francisco’s Curran has transformed the theater into an Afghan restaurant inside a refugee camp in Calais, France. In “The Jungle,” audience members sit crammed at restaurant tables amid the buzz and drama of a makeshift society of refugees from various countries who dream of leaving the camp. Forum talks to the playwrights about t ...…
 
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