Best Stephen J. Dubner podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life ...
 
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Freakonomics
Weekly
 
In their books "Freakonomics," "SuperFreakonomics" and "Think Like a Freak", Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner explore "the hidden side of everything," telling stories about cheating schoolteachers and eating champions while teaching us all to think a bit more creatively, rationally, and productively. The Freakonomics Radio podcast, hosted by Dubner, carries on that tradition with weekly episodes. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.
 
Journalism wrapped in a game-show package. Host Stephen J. Dubner (of “Freakonomics Radio”) and a celebrity co-host invite guests on stage in front of a live audience to tell us something we don’t know. The co-hosts — a mix of leaders in science, academia, sports, media, and comedy — grill the guests, and by the end we’ve all gotten a bit smarter. Each episode has a new topic, a new co-host, and new guests. There’s also a real-time human fact-checker to keep everyone honest. Think of the mos ...
 
Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life ...
 
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Footy for Two
Monthly+
 
Seventeen-year-old soccer nut Solomon Dubner tries to educate his father Stephen (host of Freakonomics Radio) — and the rest of the world — about futbol.
 
Journalism wrapped in a game-show package. Host Stephen J. Dubner (of “Freakonomics Radio”) and a celebrity co-host invite guests on stage in front of a live audience to tell us something we don’t know. The co-hosts — a mix of leaders in science, academia, sports, media, and comedy — grill the guests, and by the end we’ve all gotten a bit smarter. Each episode has a new topic, a new co-host, and new guests. There’s also a real-time human fact-checker to keep everyone honest. Think of the mos ...
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
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My Delightful Feed
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It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
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My Delightful Feed
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It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
It's been said this is the most sublime feed any human has ever beared witness to. Who am I to argue?
 
The rule-breaking authors of Freakonomics are back with their latest book, Think Like a Freak. Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner share how they challenge conventional wisdom and answer questions about thinking differently. Whether you're interested in the best way to improve your odds in penalty kicks, or in major global reforms, here's a blueprint for an entirely new way to solve problems. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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StarTalk Radio
Weekly+
 
Science, pop culture and comedy collide on StarTalk Radio! Astrophysicist and Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson, his comic co-hosts, guest celebrities and scientists discuss astronomy, physics, and everything else about life in the universe. Keep Looking Up! New episodes premiere Friday nights at 7pm ET.
 
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Private vs public space exploration, asteroid mining, artificial intelligence, universal healthcare, and more – Neil Tyson explores the stochastic world of economics with Stephen J. Dubner, author of Freakonomics and host of Freakonomics Radio, and first-time comic co-host James Altucher. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can watch or liste ...…
 
Comparing secondary dogs in Japan to starry boar in GermanyBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing secondary dogs in Japan to starry boar in GermanyBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing starry boar in Germany to true penguins in MexicoBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing starry boar in Germany to true penguins in MexicoBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing true penguins in Mexico to watchful fish in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing true penguins in Mexico to watchful fish in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing watchful fish in USA to aged chickens in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing watchful fish in USA to aged chickens in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing aged chickens in Russia to brief ants in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing aged chickens in Russia to brief ants in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing likely bees in Japan to neat pigs in GermanyBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing neat pigs in Germany to plump foxes in MexicoBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing plump foxes in Mexico to rosy cattle in JapanBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing rosy cattle in Japan to solid bats in GermanyBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing solid bats in Germany to these owls in MexicoBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing original chickens in Mexico to queasy ants in JapanBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing queasy ants in Japan to shameful lions in GermanyBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing shameful lions in Germany to stupendous drakes in MexicoBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing stupendous drakes in Mexico to uneven buffaloes in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing uneven buffaloes in USA to well-lit tigers in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing impressive boar in Russia to loathsome penguins in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing loathsome penguins in China to nifty fish in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing nifty fish in USA to posh chickens in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing posh chickens in Russia to runny ants in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing runny ants in China to sparkling lions in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing spotted bats in China to traumatic owls in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing traumatic owls in USA to visible bulls in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing visible bulls in Russia to acrobatic cats in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing acrobatic cats in China to bogus whales in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing bogus whales in USA to crisp horses in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Private vs public space exploration, asteroid mining, artificial intelligence, universal healthcare, and more – Neil Tyson explores the stochastic world of economics with Stephen J. Dubner, author of Freakonomics and host of Freakonomics Radio, and first-time comic co-host James Altucher. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can watch or liste ...…
 
Recorded live in San Francisco. Guests include the keeper of a 10,000-year clock, the co-founder of Lyft, a pioneer in male birth control, a specialist in water security, and a psychology professor who is also a puppy. With co-host Angela Duckworth, fact-checker Mike Maughan, and the Freakonomics Radio Orchestra.…
 
Recorded live in San Francisco. Guests include the keeper of a 10,000-year clock, the co-founder of Lyft, a pioneer in male birth control, a specialist in water security, and a psychology professor who is also a puppy. With co-host Angela Duckworth, fact-checker Mike Maughan, and the Freakonomics Radio Orchestra.…
 
Recorded live in San Francisco. Guests include the keeper of a 10,000-year clock, the co-founder of Lyft, a pioneer in male birth control, a specialist in water security, and a psychology professor who is also a puppy. With co-host Angela Duckworth, fact-checker Mike Maughan, and the Freakonomics Radio Orchestra.…
 
Comparing urban owls in Brazil to worthy bulls in UKBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing worthy bulls in UK to bad cats in FranceBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing bad cats in France to compassionate whales in BrazilBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing compassionate whales in Brazil to dreary horses in UKBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing dreary horses in UK to favorable dolphins in FranceBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing utter whales in USA to yawning horses in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing yawning horses in Russia to beautiful fish in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing beautiful fish in China to concerned chickens in USABy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing concerned chickens in USA to distinct ants in RussiaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing distinct ants in Russia to female lions in ChinaBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing regal bees in Brazil to skinny pigs in UKBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing skinny pigs in UK to sympathetic foxes in FranceBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing sympathetic foxes in France to untidy cattle in BrazilBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing untidy cattle in Brazil to wobbly bats in UKBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
Comparing wobbly bats in UK to attached owls in FranceBy Humphrey B. Bear.
 
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