Best farhad podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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A technology podcast starring Jay Yarow, Executive Editor for CNBC, and Farhad Manjoo, Technology Columnist for The New York Times. Produced by Matt Edwards.
 
 
Slate's tech columnist Farhad Manjoo and Dear Prudence advice columnist Emily Yoffe debate how the age-old rules of civility apply to a social dilemma caused by new technology. Please send your questions or comments to digitalmanners@slate.com.
 
Top hit music charts in one Podcast. Every month you can check it and enjoy it.
 
Slate's tech columnist Farhad Manjoo and his handy sidekick the Hand Model review some of the best applications for the web, mobile phones, and social networking sites.
 
Slate's tech columnist Farhad Manjoo and Dear Prudence advice columnist Emily Yoffe debate how the age-old rules of civility apply to a social dilemma caused by new technology. Please send your questions or comments to digitalmanners@slate.com.
 
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Warlord
Daily+
 
Claire Harvey and Yoni Bashan discuss the Sunday Telegraph's special investigation into the rise of one of Sydney's most feared gangsters, Farhad Qaumi.
 
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Awesometown Radio
Rare
 
Marcell, Nikki and Farhad talk about topics voted by the listeners and weigh in with their two cents
 
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On this episode of #KeepingitQueer, we meet Ray, a spoken word artist and social impact specialist. She opens up about how growing up Queer came with jeers, taunts and mental trauma. She also sheds light on how a body cleanse helped her cope with a lot in life. In the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad and Navin discuss the best gay relationships ...…
 
Last week we spoke with New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo after he published an article titled, “For two months, I got my news from print newspapers. Here’s what I learned.” He wrote that, earlier this year, "after the breaking-newsiest year in recent memory, I decided to travel back in time. I turned off my digital news notifications ...…
 
Hello! This week Jay Yarow (CNBC) and Farhad Manjoo (The New York Times)talk about the reaction to Farhad's column, Jay's vacation, Amazon, and Farhad's forthcoming book.
 
Mike and Jay open the show with a look at the stunning announcement about talks between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un. Both of the guys are hesitant to believe this will lead to anything given North Korea's track record of stringing U.S. administrations along and breaking agreements. They're also concerned that by meeting with K ...…
 
In an age of constant breaking news, it can be hard to tell what matters and what’s just noise. This week, a look at what we’ve learned from recent coverage of the Russia investigation, and what we’ve missed everywhere else — particularly in West Virginia, where a recent teachers' strike made history. Plus, a dive into the complicated history o ...…
 
This week we meet Darshil S, a young chef who has been actively involved in organizing the Mr Gay World India pageant. He opens up about how he got involved with the LGBTQ community, what's it like living as a gay Desi man in Australia and how exploring sexual fetishes can help make the world a better place. In the Culture Vulture segment of th ...…
 
Rodger has his hands full this week with John and Paul as all three review the first two years of the Farhad Moshiri era at our great football club.
 
On this episode of Keeping it Queer, we meet two drag queens from India, Maya (aka Alex Mathew) and Rani Ko-He-Nur (aka Sushant Divgikar). Listen as they throw shade each other, serve fish and explain several colorful terms from the world of drag. In the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad recommends musicians who are a far cry from the regular gay ...…
 
Everton Buisiness Matters host Rodger Armstrong talks to Matt about Farhad Moshiri's first two years as Everton's largest shareholder.
 
This week on #KeepingitQueer, Navin is joined by Savio Mascarenhas, founder of Color Positive, who opens up about growing up gay in a joint family setting, enjoying the stage and sharing its joy with others. In the #CultureVulture segment, Farhad recommends a film whilst also divulging a story about a kite, a cliff and rubbing one out. You can ...…
 
On this episode of Keeping it Queer, Navin is joined by writers Ghazal Dhaliwal and Jerry Johnson, who both talk about how mainstream literature and films need an upgrade and also explain why queer people don't need to be "accepted" by people. In the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad recommends a book that deals with growing up queer. You can lis ...…
 
This week on Keeping it Queer, Navin is joined by Koninika Roy, the Advocacy Manager at The Humsafar Trust. She opens up about her experience of being queer and desi in London and how she got involved in LBT rights. She also tells us how her team reaches out to young bi, lesbian or trans women who are put under house arrest or face domestic vio ...…
 
Navin is joined by Sadhna Prasad and Shanthi Sonu, members of The Aravani Art Project, who discuss how they are reaching out and encouraging conversations surrounding the transgender community across the country through wall art. In the all new Culture Vulture segment, Farhad Karkaria recommends a TV show that he can relate to his own life as a ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: What the Tax Bill Fails to Address: Technologys TsunamiAuthor: Farhad ManjooNarrator: Kristi BurnsFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-21-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublish ...…
 
This Holiday edition of Those Who Cast has Ruby and Hannah run rogue; interviewing Farhad, Noah, Vanya, Ryan, Emilia, Theo, Oliver and Lara. It is packed with Grade 1, 2, and 3 Holiday joy. (Background Music By: "Picket Fences" Music By Jay Man www.ourmusicbox.com, "Tucked In Bed" Music By Jay Man www.ourmusicbox.com, "Soft Mischief" Music By J ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The Hidden Player Spurring a Wave of Cheap Consumer Devices: AmazonAuthor: Farhad ManjooNarrator: Keith Sellon-WrightFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-07-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, Ne ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: The Internet Is Dying. Repealing Net Neutrality Hastens That Death.Author: Farhad ManjooNarrator: Keith Sellon-WrightFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 11-30-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Time to Ask Why Tech Welcomes Saudi CashAuthor: Farhad ManjooNarrator: Kristi BurnsFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 11-08-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublisher's Summary:Ov ...…
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
Published on 26 Oct 2017. 'New York Times' tech columnist Farhad Manjoo warns that the "frightful five" — Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook — are collectively more powerful than many governments. Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Square.'
 
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