Podcast Chart - 7 Apr 2020

1

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown

7 April 2020

Alicia Keys and Brené on More Myself

Alicia’s book, More Myself: A Journey, is a masterclass in authenticity and vulnerability. In this episode, Alicia and I talk about the quiet, subtle experiences that fuel our need to armor up and self-protect, and the courage behind owning our worth, listening to our own voice, and living with our own “girl on fire” energy.

Relationships

2

The Joe Rogan Experience

3 April 2020

#1453 - Eric Weinstein

Eric Weinstein is a mathematician and economist, and he is also the managing director at Thiel Capital. His new podcast  “The Portal” is available now on Apple Podcasts & Spotify. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-portal/id1469999563

Comedy

3

The Daily

7 April 2020

Wisconsin's Pandemic Primary

Against the advice of public health officials and the wishes of its own governor, Wisconsin will hold its Democratic primary today — in the middle of a pandemic. So how did that happen? Guest: Astead W. Herndon, who covers national politics for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Background reading: The political and legal fight between Wisconsin’s conservative state legislature and its Democratic governor was only the first round of an expected national fight over voting rights during the coronavirus crisis.

Daily News

Zach Sang Show

23 June 2017

Travis Pastrana Talks Nitro Circus, World Games and His Fear of Sharks

Travis Pastrana stopped by the studio to chat with us about Nitro Circus, his very rational fear of sharks and the 2017 Nitro World Games! Follow us: Twitter ►►https://twitter.com/zachsangshow Facebook ►►https://www.facebook.com/ZachSangShow/ Instagram ►►https://www.instagram.com/zachsangshow/ Snapchat ►►https://www.snapchat.com/add/ZachSang... www.zachsangshow.com

Comedy

4

Oh, Hello: the P'dcast

3 April 2020

Overture

Oh, Hello: the P'dcast has no sponsor. Instead, we’re asking listeners to donate to United Way of New York's Covid-19 Community Fund. Right now, United Way is helping get food, internet access and school supplies to New Yorkers who need it. Visit unitedway.org/ohhello to donate. Thanks to Stellwagen Symphonette, JoEllen Redlingshafer, Pete Kilpin, Patrick Scott, and Matilda Cuomo.  

Comedy Interviews

5

Up First

7 April 2020

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Wisconsin's in-person primary election is on despite concerns over the risk of the coronavirus and stay-at-home orders across the U.S. Also, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to an intensive care unit due to coronavirus. And, Japan enters a state of emergency as the country braces for a surge in cases.

Daily News

6

Sugar Calling

3 April 2020

'Everything is Always Keep Changing'

On the first episode of “Sugar Calling,” Cheryl calls author George Saunders, her old friend and mentor from graduate school, to chat through the uncertainties of this moment. Today, we listen in on their conversation. 

Society & Culture

7

Staying In with Emily & Kumail

6 April 2020

Working Out from Home with David Higgins

Celebrity trainer and nutritionist David Higgins joins Emily and Kumail to discuss exercising without access to a gym.

Comedy Interviews

8

Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald

7 April 2020

102: My Mentor

This week, JD tries to help a patient stop smoking, while Turk works up the nerve to ask Carla out. In reality, Zach and Donald continue their binge, sing the song that made Leroy famous, and share some never before told stories of what happened at the 2001 upfront Scrubs' party.

Comedy

9

Coronavirus Daily

6 April 2020

Fauci: Half Of Those With Coronavirus May Have No Symptoms

Even as the total number of deaths grows, White House officials said Sunday that if the public forcefully practices social distancing, the United States might see the curve bending soon. Experts say masks can help prevent those who are asymptomatic from unknowingly spreading COVID-19.Plus, health care worker who have recovered from the virus share their experiences. And while many companies are required to offer sick leave and other benefits to their employees, gig workers are running into hurdles to get the help they were promised. Life Kit's episode, 'How To Get Therapy When You Can't Leave The House' is on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and NPR One. Find and support your local public radio stationSign up for 'The New Normal' newsletter

News

10

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

6 April 2020

New Guidance on Masks

Up until last week, official guidance suggested that presumptively healthy people didn't need to be wearing masks. Now, that has changed. In this episode, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the new recommendations. via Knit

Daily News

11

The Ben Shapiro Show

6 April 2020

Ep. 987 - The Longest Week

As the holidays approach, Americans batten down the hatches for a brutal week of coronavirus numbers; doctors and politicians bat around solutions; and Trump and Biden go at it. Check out The Cold War: What We Saw, a new podcast written and presented by Bill Whittle at https://www.dailywire.com/coldwar. In Part 1 we peel back the layers of mystery cloaking the Terror state run by the Kremlin, and watch as America takes its first small steps onto the stage of world leadership. If you like The Ben Shapiro Show, become a member TODAY with promo code: SHAPIRO and enjoy the exclusive benefits for 10% off at https://www.dailywire.com/Shapiro

News

12

Joe Exotic: Tiger King

7 April 2020

Straight to Hell | 5

A newcomer arrives at the zoo who might be able to help Joe finally solve his Florida problem. A listener note: this episode discusses suicide. The episode also includes descriptions of mistreatment of animals.If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, here are some additional resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255National Alliance on Mental Illness: 1-800-950-6264Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

True Crime

13

This American Life

5 April 2020

699: Fiasco!

Stories of when things go wrong. Really wrong. When you leave the normal realm of human error, fumble, mishap, and mistake and enter the territory of really huge breakdowns. Fiascos. Things go so awry that normal social order collapses.

Personal Journals

14

Stuff You Should Know

7 April 2020

The Legends of Lost Nazi Gold

As if being murdering SOBs weren’t enough, the Nazis were also thieving rats. During WWII, they stole billons in gold from countries they overran and moved it to Germany. But at the end of the war, only part of it was recovered. Where’s the rest? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Society & Culture

15

The Portal

2 April 2020

A Portal Special Presentation- Geometric Unity: A First Look

A Portal Special Presentation- Geometric Unity: A First Look

Society & Culture

16

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

4 April 2020

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, comedic writers and producers, join us along with panelists Mo Rocca, Roxanne Roberts, and Alonzo Bodden.

Comedy

17

Crime Junkie

6 April 2020

INFAMOUS: Lipstick Killer

A young Chicago girl's brutal murder in 1946 led police to a dangerous criminal with more blood on his hands than anyone could have imagined. However, decades later those who re-examine the facts wonder if they got the wrong man.  Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/infamous-lipstick-killer/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

True Crime

18

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

6 April 2020

MFM Minisode 169

This week’s hometowns include a wedding day murder and a city conspiracy.

True Crime

19

LeVar Burton Reads

7 April 2020

"Recitatif" by Toni Morrison, Part 2

Join us for the conclusion to Toni Morrison's tale. Twyla and Roberta's longstanding and complicated friendship becomes more challenging as they become adults.   Content advisory: archaic/derogatory language

Performing Arts

20

Planet Money

3 April 2020

#988: The Economics Of Hospital Beds

Bellevue, the oldest public hospital in the nation, has seen everything and survived everything. But even they might not have enough beds. Here's why. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

Business

21

Dateline NBC

7 April 2020

The Road Trip

When Dr. Teresa Sievers is found murdered in her kitchen, detectives struggle to find any leads until an unexpected tip changes everything. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 3, 2020.

True Crime

22

The Left Right Game

6 April 2020

You’re Always Welcome in Jubilation

A family visit leads to a bizarre confrontation with even stranger implications. As the group begin their second day of travel, Alice begins to investigate Rob J. Guthard. The convoy continue along The Road, and encounter their first major landmark. The Left Right Game is presented by Sonos. Visit sonos.com for more. Produced by Tessa Thompson, Automatik & QCODE.

Science Fiction

23

Office Ladies

1 April 2020

Valentines Day with Andy Buckley

Pack your day bags because we're headed to New York! This week we're breaking down Valentines Day, and we are joined by the wonderful Andy Buckley (The Office, Veep, Avenue 5). Andy chats with Jenna and Angela about his time as a stock broker, how he got the part of the David Wallace, and his surprise to be a recurring character. Then Jenna does a deep dive on Sbarro Pizza and Angela gives us some insider info on 30 Rockefeller Plaza, and the ladies ponder the best and worst Valentine's gifts. Finally, we couldn't end this episode without talking about the Faces of Scranton video and Micheal running into Devin on the streets of New York.  

Comedy

24

The Dave Ramsey Show

6 April 2020

A Message of Hope Series: Anthony ONeal

It’s scary out there, but hope is greater than fear. In times of crisis, facts are your friends. So get the facts and other common sense guidance on life and money from thought leaders Dave Ramsey, Ken Coleman, Rachel Cruze, Chris Hogan, Christy Wright, Anthony ONeal and John Delony. Get a FREE trial of our life-changing Financial Peace University today: https://bit.ly/3dFT7ir  daveramsey.com/hope

Investing

25

Fresh Air

6 April 2020

Kerry Washington

In the Hulu series 'Little Fires Everywhere,' Kerry Washington co-stars opposite Reese Witherspoon as Mia Warren, a bohemian artist single mom with a mysterious past. Washington spoke with Terry Gross about how she drew on her own mother for the role, her 'Scandal' audition, and playing Anita Hill in 'Confirmation.'Also, critic John Powers recommends Netflix's 'Unorthodox,' the Hulu series 'Baghdad Central,' and the novel 'Abigail' by Magda Szabo.

Books

26

Even the Rich

7 April 2020

On the Royal Beat With Frank Langfitt and Mikhaila Friel | 5

Thought we were done with Diana and Meghan? Think again. Today, we’re talking to two phenomenal guests. First, NPR’s London correspondent Frank Langfitt tells us what it’s been like covering Megxit. And then Mikhaila Friel — she’s the royals reporter at Insider — takes us behind closed doors at Buckingham Palace and reveals how she became WhatsApp pals with a bona fide royal.To check out some of Frank’s incredible reporting, follow this link: https://www.npr.org/people/4569077/frank-langfittAnd to read Mikhaila's latest scoop visit: https://www.insider.com/author/mikhaila-frielWe’re back next with a brand new series about one of the most influential, and rivalrous, families in the world: The Murdochs.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Bombas — Get 20% off your first purchase at bombas.com/richThredUp — Get an extra 30% off your first order at thredup.com/rich

Society & Culture

27

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

6 April 2020

The Happiness Lab Presents: Checking In with Susan David

The Happiness Lab Presents: Checking In with Susan David, a podcast where Susan David—a psychologist at Harvard Medical School— offers strategies to cope with our heightened emotions during this global pandemic. This show is an urgent response to an urgent moment—a support system, toolkit, and understanding voice during a time of great uncertainty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Society & Culture

28

Radiolab

6 April 2020

Space

One of the most consistent questions we get at the show is from parents who want to know which episodes are kid-friendly and which aren’t. So today, we're releasing a separate feed, Radiolab for Kids. To kick it off, we're rerunning an all-time favorite episode: Space. In the 60’s, space exploration was an American obsession. This hour, we chart the path from romance to increasing cynicism. We begin with Ann Druyan, widow of Carl Sagan, with a story about the Voyager expedition, true love, and a golden record that travels through space. And astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson explains the Coepernican Principle, and just how insignificant we are. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.      

Documentary

29

Freakonomics Radio

1 April 2020

411. Is $2 Trillion the Right Medicine for a Sick Economy?

Congress just passed the biggest aid package in modern history. We ask six former White House economic advisors and one U.S. Senator: Will it actually work? What are its best and worst features? Where does $2 trillion come from, and what are the long-term effects of all that government spending? 

Documentary

30

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

6 April 2020

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys is an American musician, singer, composer, actress and pianist. Alicia joins the Armchair Expert to discuss overcoming resentments, her pattern of people pleasing and releasing the notion that being overworked equals success. Dax relates to Alicia's love of her grandparents and Alicia talks about a life lesson that taught her the necessity of boundaries. The two talk about fear of abandonment, the mix of work and friendship and Dax proves to have good phone game. Alicia’s new book More Myself: A Journey is out now.

Comedy

31

Six Feet Apart with Alex Wagner

2 April 2020

Groceries

In the first episode, Alex talks to two essential workers about what it takes to bring you your groceries in the middle of a global pandemic. Jeff Dunn is the CEO of Bolthouse Farms. He's had to come up with big, bold solutions to keep his hundreds of employees safe all while still getting us our carrots without delay. Tony is a Trader Joe's crew member trying to balance customer and company needs with his own safety. As Americans everywhere deal with the challenge of putting food on the table—literally—Alex explores the unprecedented sacrifices and unheard-of arrangements required to keep us fed in a time of crisis.

Society & Culture

32

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

6 April 2020

D'Arcy Carden

Actress D’Arcy Carden feels hopeful about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.   D’Arcy and Conan sit down to talk about bringing Janet to life on The Good Place, meeting her comedic heroes, babysitting for Bill Hader, and being rewarded for working hard and not asking too much. Later, Conan takes a look at an old college photo with his team.   Got a question for Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 451-2821. For Conan videos, tour dates and more visit TeamCoco.com.

Comedy

33

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

1 April 2020

THE UNKNOWN: Dyatlov Pass

On a hiking trip in Russia's Ural Mountains in 1959, nine young mountaineers tore their way out of their tent in the middle of the night and went running into the wilderness, half-clothed and without shoes. By morning, they were all dead—some from hypothermia, others from unexplained catastrophic injuries. To this day, no one knows what happened. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural

Society & Culture

34

Pod Save America

6 April 2020

“More Warren, less Kushner.”

Donald Trump and Jared Kushner let the states fend for themselves, Republicans in Wisconsin fight Democratic efforts to make voting safer, and Bernie Sanders’s advisors encourage him to end his candidacy. Then Elizabeth Warren talks to Jon F. about her plans to fix our public health and economic crises, and how she’s thinking about the November election. Crooked has started a Coronavirus Relief Fund for organizations supporting food banks, health care workers, restaurant workers, seniors, kids who depend on school lunches, and others in need. Donate: crooked.com/coronavirus

Politics

35

Hidden Brain

6 April 2020

Playing Tight And Loose

We all know people who prefer to follow the rules, and others who prefer to flout them. Psychologist Michele Gelfand defines these two ways of being as "tight" and "loose." She says the tight/loose framework can help us to better understand individuals, businesses, and even nations. This week, we look at the core traits of tight and loose worldviews, and how they may shape our lives — from interactions with our spouses to global efforts to fight the coronavirus.

Social Sciences

36

The Dating Game Killer

2 April 2020

What to Listen To Next | Joe Exotic: Tiger King & Even The Rich

Listen Ad Free on Wondery+ - http://WonderyPlus.comNow that you've listened to The Dating Game Killer, we want to introduce you to a couple of other great Wondery podcasts.Joe Exotic: Tiger King - Hear the unbelievable true story of Joe Exotic. Come find out about his animals, about how he earned his nickname, and all about his outrageous, no holds barred feud with Carole Baskin.Subscribe to Joe Exotic: Tiger King - http://wondery.fm/JoeExoticDGKEven the Rich - From the Royals to the Kardashians, and the Murdochs to the Kennedys, every family has their secrets.  This show is part history, part comedy, part gossip, and all fascinating.Subscribe to Even the Rich - http://wondery.fm/ETRDGKListen Ad Free on Wondery+ - http://WonderyPlus.com

True Crime

37

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

6 April 2020

Trevor Interviews Jennifer Garner About Her Save with Stories Initiative

Trevor enlists his correspondents to help him figure out how to make a protective mask, and actress Jennifer Garner discusses her charitable initiative, Save with Stories. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Comedy

38

Little Did I Know

15 March 2020

Episode 0: Kurt Hugo Schneider introduces the show

YouTube superstar Kurt Hugo Schneider welcomes you to the first Broadway-level podcast musical. Sample a couple of the twenty-two original songs in the show and get the first taste of the story you're going to be singing along with starting March 31.

Performing Arts

39

Global News Podcast

6 April 2020

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is in intensive care

The British Prime Minister's coronavirus symptoms worsen. He's moved to an intensive care unit. Also: A New York politician warns that bodies may have to be buried in parks, and practical tips to cope with self isolation - from a former NASA astronaut.

News

40

The Rachel Maddow Show

6 April 2020

Pelosi on SCOTUS Wisconsin ruling: 'undermining our democracy'; 'shameful'

April 6, 2020

Daily News

41

Pardon My Take

5 April 2020

Danny Woodhead, Quenton Nelson, Worst Smells + Deep Dive with Billy Football

Another weekend in the books and we’re being positive today or at least trying to be (2:18 - 16:42). Who’s back of the week (16:42 - 30:28). Danny Woodhead joins the show to talk about how the NFL training camps will look this year, Tom Brady to the Bucs, and how the draft will work for some of the unheralded guys (30:28 - 59:25). Colts lineman Quenton Nelson joins the show to talk about being a beast, how he accidentally invented keto as a kid, and his love for the game of football (59:25 - 77:12). We talk a little sports, Mt Flushmore of smells and Billy Football teaches us about Vikings

Sports

42

The Moth

3 April 2020

Ride the Night: Carly Johnstone

On this week’s episode, Carly Johnstone tells us about searching for a taste of freedom at New Belgium Brewery’s Tour De Fat Tour. Hosted by: Dame Wilburn Story by Carly Johnstone

Performing Arts

43

Somebody

7 April 2020

Episode 2: The Nurse

Police promise Shapearl they’ll do everything they can to solve Courtney’s case, but the detectives won’t release the names of officers who interacted with her son. With nowhere left to turn, Shapearl begins her own investigation and has a serendipitous run-in with the nurse who treated Courtney the night he died. A co-production of the Invisible Institute, The Intercept, Topic Studios, and iHeartRadio, in association with Tenderfoot TV. We want to hear from you, email us at [email protected] or leave us a voicemail at 773-270-0121. Host: Shapearl Wells Producers: Alison Flowers and Bill Healy Story Editor: Sarah Geis Associate Producer: Ellen Glover Executive Producer, Invisible Institute: Jamie Kalven Executive Producers, Topic Studios: Maria Zuckerman, Christy Gressman and Leital Molad with Special Thanks to Lizzie Jacobs Supervising Producer, The Intercept: Roger Hodge Sound Design: Carl Scott and Bart Warshaw Mix Engineer: Michael Raphael Theme Song: “Everybody’s Something,” Chance the Rapper Additional Reporting: Sam Stecklow, Annie Nguyen, Kahari Blackburn, Rajiv Sinclair, Henri Adams, Matilda Vojak, Dana Brozost-Kelleher, Frances McDonald, Diana Akmakjian, Andrew Fan, Erisa Apantaku and Maddie Anderson. Translation Support: Benny Hernandez Ocampo and Emma Perez Fact Checking: Nawal Arjini Original Music: Eric Butler and Nate Fox of the Social Experiment Special thanks to Chaclyn Hunt, Maira Khwaja, Andrew Fan, Anwuli Anigbo, Trina Reynolds-Tyler, Sukari Stone, Erisa Apantaku, Craig Futterman, Rick Rowley, Yanilda Gonzalez, Forrest Stuart, Mariah Garcia, Sarah Kinter, Shannon Heffernan, Aaron Moselle, Alan Mills, Vidura Jong-Bahadur, Jason Schumer, Justin Williams and the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Media Center, Matt Topic, Chris Rasmussen, Bennett Epstein, David Bralow and Julie Wolf. Theme song “Everybody’s Something” by Chancelor J. Bennett and DJ Ozone with compositions by Roger Karsher, Chuck Magione and James Yancey of Universal Music Publishing Group and Slum Village (R.L. Altman III, Titus Glover/Baatin, J Dilla); recording artist/performance by Chance the Rapper, appearing courtesy of himself and Chance the Rapper LLC.

True Crime

44

TED Radio Hour

3 April 2020

Teaching For Better Humans 2.0

More than test scores or good grades—what do kids need for the future? This hour, TED speakers explore how to help children grow into better humans, both during and after this time of crisis. Guests include educators Richard Culatta and Liz Kleinrock, psychologist Thomas Curran, and writer Jacqueline Woodson.

Technology

45

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

5 April 2020

David and Natalie Get a Dog

David and Natalie get a new puppy, the guys talk CGI, and why Jason won't hang out more. Plus, David thinks he peed the bed and Jason and Natalie pan a Vlog Squad uprising.

Comedy

46

Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations

1 April 2020

Oprah and Alicia Keys: The Interview

Fifteen-time Grammy winner, actress, activist and author Alicia Keys talks about how her family is doing during the coronavirus lockdown. Oprah spoke to Alicia over Facebook while each of them practiced being “safer at home.” Alicia discusses her brand-new book, More Myself: A Journey, in which she writes about standing in her truth, moving through the world with intention and why she believes we don’t become what we desire, but what we believe. Alicia also explains to Oprah how she was able to pay tribute to the late NBA legend Kobe Bryant at the Grammys on the very day he passed away. Then, Alicia’s mega-producer husband, Swizz Beatz, stops by to talk about how he’s doing during the lockdown. Also, Alicia performs three songs—including the new single “Underdog”—from her upcoming album, Alicia.

Society & Culture

47

Wow in the World

7 April 2020

Two Whats!? And A Wow! - Metamorphosis Gym

Why are there caterpillars running on treadmills in Mindy's Gingerbread Mansion? And what does this have to do with science behind METAMORPHOSIS? We've got questions AND answers on today's beautiful round of Two Whats!? & A Wow! We're challenging you to find facts from fiction about caterpillars!

Stories for Kids

48

Coronavirus Global Update

7 April 2020

British Prime Minister moved to intensive care unit in hospital as symptoms worsen

Boris Johnson was given oxygen before being transferred to the intensive care unit at a London hospital. Also: refrigerated containers store the dead in New York City, and should face masks be reserved for medical professionals only?

Health & Fitness

49

DUST

1 April 2020

FLIGHT 008 | Dido's Lament: Seat 14C

Evelyn always assumed her partner would be the one whose life would disappear, one early-onset Alzheimer's memory at a time. But that was before Evelyn jumped decades into the future... Dido's Lament is written by Aidan J.S. Menuge and performed by Sarah Drew.

Science Fiction

50

Brains On! Science podcast for kids

31 March 2020

Do plants have feelings?

There’s more to plants than meets the eye. They detect sounds, they defend themselves against insect attacks and they can even send each other secret messages through the wind! Our leafy, green friends sense and interact with the world in their own, planty way. We’ll learn all about it in this episode, plus we’ll find out why some plants like to grow in spots where other plants have died. We’ve also got a Mystery Sound and a Moment of Um that answers the question: why do bats sleep upside down? This episode is sponsored by Khan Academy (khan.com/freekidsapp)

Kids & Family

51

Aaptiv: At-Home Workouts

31 March 2020

Cardio - Hip Hop Intervals 2.0

Run up this hip-hop themed workout with 4 blocks of intervals that increase in length but decrease in effort!

Fitness

52

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

2 April 2020

Bill Simmons: From Foe to Friend

Episode 2 Stats:Bill Simmons: Sports analyst, Podcaster, Author, CEO/Founder of The RingerTopics: Sports, Family, Podcasting, Fatherhood, Career, Adapting to the New NormFavorite Daddy Issues Movie: Kramer Vs. Kramer

Sports

53

Phoebe Reads a Mystery

6 April 2020

Chapter 2: The Hound of the Baskervilles

Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love.

Books

54

Home Cooking

7 April 2020

Here's What Else You Knead to Know Today (with W. Kamau Bell and Stella Parks)

White flour is in short supply, so what should you do when you want to bake? We’re joined by pastry wizard Stella Parks (@bravetart) to help us answer your questions, and comedian W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) tells us about the magic of two-ingredient pancakes – an easy breakfast that his daughters love. Visit homecooking.show for a complete list of foods discussed in the episode, as well as cooking ideas and resources! 

Food

55

Serial

15 November 2018

S03 Episode 09: Some Time When Everything Has Changed

The state of Ohio decides where Joshua belongs.

News

56

Criminal

3 April 2020

Episode 137: Wolf 10

In April of 1995, wildlife biologists flew small airplanes over Yellowstone National Park, looking for two missing wolves. “They’re just gone. And that’s implausible because wolves don’t just disappear.” We’re trying something new. Two stories about the same family of wolves in Yellowstone. One is a crime story, and one is a love story. For the love story, check out Episode 19 of This is Love. It’s called The Wolves. https://apple.co/2wSJs7B Thomas McNamee’s book is The Killing of Wolf Number Ten. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please review us on Apple Podcasts! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show: iTunes.com/CriminalShow. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for our newsletter, The Accomplice. If you'd like to introduce friends or family members to podcasts, we created a How to Listen guide based on frequently asked questions. Artwork by Julienne Alexander. Sponsors: Article Get $50 off your first order of $100 or more at Article.com/criminal Better Help Get 10 percent off your first month with discount code criminal at BetterHelp.com/criminal Quip Go to GetQuip.com/Criminal right now and get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush. Ritual Visit ritual.com/CRIMINAL to start your ritual today and get 10% off during your first three months. That’s 10% off during your first three months at ritual.com/CRIMINAL Rothy’s Go to Rothys.com/CRIMINAL to get your new favorite flats. Simplisafe  Protect your home today and get free shipping at SimpliSafe.com/CRIMINAL Squarespace Try Squarespace.com/criminal for a free trial and when you’re ready to launch, use the offer code CRIMINAL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Sun Basket Go to sunbasket.com/criminal and enter promo code criminal at checkout for $35 off your order. Third Love Go to thirdlove.com/criminal now to find your perfect-fitting bra… and get 15% off your first purchase! Virtue Labs Visit VirtueLabs.com and use the code Criminal to receive 20% off plus free shipping on your Virtue order. ZipRecruiter Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter.com/criminal

True Crime

57

Jocko Podcast

1 April 2020

223: Be Skilled, Capable, and Prepared to Take Care of Yourself and the People Around You. With Pat McNamara.

0:00:00 - Opening 0:07:06 - Pat McNamara.   2:14:59 - Final Thoughts. 2:21:03 - How to Stay on THE PATH. 2:39:07 - Closing Gratitude.

Business

58

The Indicator from Planet Money

6 April 2020

Pandemic-onomics: Lessons From The Spanish Flu

Different cities responded in different ways to the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1918. And their economies fared differently as a result.

Business

59

Making Sense with Sam Harris

6 April 2020

#195 — Social Cohesion is Everything

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with General Stanley McChrystal and Chris Fussell about the Covid-19 pandemic. They discuss the nature of the ongoing crisis, the threat of a breakdown in social order, the problem of misinformation, the prospects of a nationwide lockdown, the trade off between personal freedom and safety, the threat of tyranny, the concerns about the global supply chain, concerns about the price of oil, safeguarding the 2020 Presidential election, and other topics. SUBSCRIBE to gain access to all content on samharris.org/subscribe.

Science

60

NPR News Now

7 April 2020

NPR News: 04-07-2020 7AM ET

NPR News: 04-07-2020 7AM ET

Daily News

61

Stuff You Missed in History Class

6 April 2020

Annie Londonderry’s Dubious Bike Trip Around the World

Annie Londonderry gained fame for being the first woman cyclist to circumnavigate the globe. Sort of. In the 1890s, she DID circle the globe, but there are a LOT of inconsistencies in the details of her story, including why she did it in the first place.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

History

62

TED Talks Daily

7 April 2020

It's OK to feel overwhelmed. Here's what to do next | Elizabeth Gilbert

If you're feeling anxious or fearful during the coronavirus pandemic, you're not alone. Offering hope and understanding, author Elizabeth Gilbert reflects on how to stay present, accept grief when it comes and trust in the strength of the human spirit. "Resilience is our shared genetic inheritance," she says. (This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and head of curation Helen Walters. Recorded April 2, 2020)

Education

63

Adam Carolla Show

7 April 2020

Part 2: Richard Marx, Daisy Fuentes, and The News (ACS Apr 7)

Richard Marx is in next, and Adam chats with him about being quarantined in Malibu with his beautiful wife, Daisy Fuentes. They also talk about Richard’s upbringing, his dad’s career in the jingle-writing biz, and his own song writing ambitious since he was a small child. Later Adam and Richard discuss their different relationships with their dads and kids, and everyone reacts to the notion that as computers have sped up, the operators have slowed down. Bald Bryan also asks Richard about one of his classic MTV music videos, and Daisy Fuentes joins the feed to help verify a story Adam recalls from the Kids Choice Awards. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about more celebrities diagnosed with Coronavirus, Allstate refunding customers for not driving during this time, and more measures being taken to slow the spread of the virus. As the show wraps up, the guys chat about the return of Wrestlemania. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM Manscaped.com enter ADAM

Comedy

64

The Bill Simmons Podcast

6 April 2020

Saving 2020 Sports, Bored Quarantine Tales and the 2000 Redraftables (The NBA Draft W.O.A.T.) With Ryen Russillo | The Bill Simmons Podcast

HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss when each sport could return and confront the possibility of no sports for the rest of the year (3:00). Then they list off the most bored things they’ve done during quarantine so far (28:45) before they revisit the shockingly disappointing 2000 NBA draft (65:28).

Sports

65

Invisibilia

3 April 2020

The Reluctant Immortalist

Daniel Martinez discovered the unthinkable: a creature that breaks one of the most fundamental laws of life. In the wake of his discovery--which has been widely confirmed by the scientific community--all kinds of people have thrown themselves into trying to unlock the secrets of how this creature seems to cheat death. Cellular biologists, aging researchers, and the biotech industry all hold high hopes that there may be some application to slow human aging. Millions of dollars are being poured into the dream of extending the human lifespan, which looks increasingly possible. But Daniel? He trashed his experiment. He completely abandoned the pursuit of unlocking the secrets of immortality. Perhaps because he believes that dream is all wrong. Invisibilia co-founder Lulu Miller went down to visit him in California to try to find out why. Please take our short, anonymous listener survey: npr.org/invisibiliasurvey. | To learn more about this episode, subscribe to our newsletter. Click here to learn more about NPR sponsors.

Social Sciences

66

Call Her Daddy

1 April 2020

79- OnlyFans = WHORES

It's all about to change...

Comedy

67

Strange Arrivals

7 April 2020

Men In The Road

More than two years after their UFO encounter in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Betty and Barney Hill underwent hypnosis therapy with renowned psychiatrist Dr. Benjamin Simon. These sessions revealed that there was more to the Hill's story than they had previously remembered. This story was all the more remarkable because it was so different from the stories of the early years of America's fascination with UFOs - the 1950s.

History

68

How I Built This with Guy Raz

6 April 2020

S'well: Sarah Kauss

In 2009, Sarah Kauss had a well-paying job in real estate development, but she was itching to do something more. On a hike in Tucson with her mom, she got an idea for a business while swigging warm water from a metal thermos: why not design a water bottle that kept cold things cold and hot things hot, but was also beautiful to look at? Just six years after launch, S'well reportedly made $100 million; but today, Sarah is especially focused on how the brand can help eliminate plastic waste around the world.

Business

69

Wild Ride! with Steve-O

2 April 2020

#3 Dr. Drew

Dr. Drew has known me for almost twenty years, and seen me at my absolute worst. He organized my intervention with Johnny Knoxville, ran the rehab I got sober in, and has been a dear friend of mine for all twelve years of my sobriety. This podcast isn't just incredibly juicy and special for those reasons, it's actually the first full length podcast of my own that I ever recorded (on December 4th, 2019). I'm so glad I saved it to release as my third episode, because I'm told that after just the first two, this show is already "a hit". I'm thrilled for this episode to get the audience it deserves! Thank you so much for everything you do, Dr. Drew, I can't tell you how grateful I am to call you a friend...Sponsors:For 20% off your first order, visit https://mackweldon.com/ AND enter promo code: Steveo For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy

TV & Film

70

The Dan Bongino Show

6 April 2020

What Really Went Down Last Week (Ep 1221)

In this episode, I address the stunning connections between the man Trump fired on Friday and the soft coup plotters. I also address the Democrats’ next shameful move to take out Trump, using their own words.  News Picks: Are the models we’re using for the Wuhan Virus all wrong? The liberal media is desperately pumping the myth that Republican governors dropped the ball on the Wuhan Virus.  The media gets caught misleading their readers, again! President Trump finally removes this player in the impeachment hoax.  Margot Cleveland’s terrific article about the problems surrounding the fake whistleblower complaint. More on the fake whistleblower and his connection to coup plotters, and the fired ICIG.  Is FBI Director Wray really committed to cleaning up the FBI? The media may be grossly misreading President Trump’s efforts in this crisis. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved.

News Commentary

71

The NPR Politics Podcast

6 April 2020

White House: This Week Could Be Toughest Yet

Deaths from the coronavirus outbreak are expected to spike this week in some of the country's hardest hit communities. President Trump breaks from his medical advisers and recommends a coronavirus treatment that is still being tested. And lawmakers adjust to legislating in the era of social distancing. This episode: White House correspondents Tamara Keith and Franco Ordoñez, and congressional reporter Claudia Grisales.

Politics

72

Meditative Story

4 April 2020

Trust the world to show its goodness, by Shea Hembrey

Shea Hembrey is 5 years old, walking along the road to his farmhouse on the edge of the Mississippi River Delta, where the floodplains meet the Ozark Mountain foothills. The undulating hills surrounded by dense rows of oak, sassafras, sugarberry, and persimmon trees. He spots a pale, smooth-polished fleck: an egg! “This is a baby bird,” he tells his parents. “And I’m going to hatch it.” From that point forward, his willingness to be patient – to let what is already there reveal itself – opens up the world to show its goodness. We all possess this kind of wonderful intuition, but you must pay attention to that knowing feeling and start to trust it.Sign up for the Meditative Story newsletter, to get an episode reminder and a meditation in your inbox each Saturday:http://eepurl.com/gyDGgDFollow us on Twitter and Instagram:https://twitter.com/MeditativeStoryhttps://www.instagram.com/MeditativeStory/

Society & Culture

73

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

25 March 2020

Bonus Against the Rules: Help in a Crisis

While working on the next season of Against the Rules coming later this spring, Michael Lewis has had some conversations that we didn’t want to hold. Conversations with people who are helping others through the Covid-19 crisis. We’ll hear from a software developer focused on helping the 40 million Americans on food assistance manage their benefits, as well as a teacher on the frontlines of the crisis in New York State. To help those in need, go to givedirectly.org/covid-19. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Society & Culture

74

Mark Levin Podcast

6 April 2020

Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 4/6/20

On Monday's Mark Levin Show, the media has become a societal virus doing damage to the body politic each and every day. They use garbage statistical models that don't add up and have put fear into the American people and have delivered a crippling blow to the country's economy. Then, former NYC Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, joins the program to discuss how the media attacks President Trump from every angle. Later, we must re-open our economy and it seems the White House may be taking steps to get Americans back to work and prevent any future deficit spending or monopolistic control by the federal government over U.S capital markets. Former US Secretary of Education, Dr. Bill Bennett, calls in to discuss his Op-Ed on this very issue. Afterward, Rep. Chip Roy gives his take on opening up the economy, which is about lives. The coronavirus shutdowns and rising unemployment are causing economic pain that must be considered.

News Commentary

75

Lovett or Leave It

4 April 2020

Masking My Feelings

Alex Wagner, Emily Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani, and Saru Jayaraman join for the fourth Back in the Closet episode. Plus we attempt a live audience with our friends in Seattle and Spokane (huge success!), and listeners share their weird new self-care rituals. Bag two of Hershey's nuggets: done.

Politics

76

Joel Osteen Podcast

5 April 2020

The Guardian Of Your Soul

In the natural, it may seem like you’re up against impossible odds. Trouble may be happening all around you, but you have to remember, you’re not on your own. You have a protector and a deliverer. The Most High God is the guardian of your soul.Your best days are still ahead, and together we can make a difference in this world with the message of God's hope and love. To give visit JoelOsteen.com/GiveHope

Christianity

77

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw

6 April 2020

Mobilize and Transition: A Policy to Defeat COVID-19 and Restore America, with Dr. Danielle Allen

A binary choice is often given in the conversations about the right pathway to defeat the coronavirus: we must prioritize lives over the economy or the economy over lives. Political theorist Dr. Danielle Allen joins Dan to describe a third pathway - treating the virus as a major national security threat and aggressively building an infrastructure for fighting and surviving the pandemic. A wartime mentality that shifts our economy to the production of testing capacity and test administration, personal protective equipment, and tools for case identification and contact tracing. Dr. Danielle Allen, James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University, and Director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, is a political theorist who has published broadly in democratic theory, political sociology, and the history of political thought. Widely known for her work on justice and citizenship in both ancient Athens and modern America, Allen is the author of The World of Prometheus: The Politics of Punishing in Democratic Athens (2000), Talking to Strangers: Anxieties of Citizenship since Brown vs. the Board of Education (2004), Why Plato Wrote (2010), Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality (2014), Education and Equality (2016), and Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A. (2017). She is the co-editor of the award-winning Education, Justice, and Democracy (2013, with Rob Reich) and From Voice to Influence: Understanding Citizenship in the Digital Age (2015, with Jennifer Light). She is a former Chair of the Mellon Foundation Board, past Chair of the Pulitzer Prize Board, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. Allen is also the principal investigator for the Democratic Knowledge Project, a distributed research and action lab at Harvard University. The Democratic Knowledge Project seeks to identify, strengthen, and disseminate the bodies of knowledge, skills, and capacities that democratic citizens need in order to succeed at operating their democracy.

Politics

78

Real Time with Bill Maher

3 April 2020

Ep. #524: Mayor Eric Garcetti, Max Brooks

Bill’s guests are Mayor Eric Garcetti, Max Brooks, Seth MacFarlane, Willie Nelson, and Senator Bernie Sanders. (Originally aired 4/3/20)

News

79

The Rewatchables

6 April 2020

‘Total Recall’ With Bill Simmons, Shea Serrano, and Jason Concepcion

The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Shea Serrano, and Jason Concepcion head to Mars to try to recall whether this week's episode, on 'Total Recall,’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone, was reality or an implanted memory.

TV & Film

80

2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

6 April 2020

Ep. 24 | 2 Bears 1 Cave w/ Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

The 2 Bears Tom Segura and Bert Kreischer are back in the cave this week and it's a real special one. It starts off with Bert showing off his latest homage to Wood on social media. Is he good enough at photoshop to keep people from reversing what he put up? We then get into Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, alleged slander on Sean William Scott, smearing brown on your significant other's nose, and some amazing raps written by Bert and performed by Tom. Wow.

Comedy

81

Duolingo Spanish Podcast

1 April 2020

Una maestra en botas (A Teacher in Army Boots)

In 1961, 15-year-old Norma Guillard left her family behind and ventured into rural Cuba as part of a nationwide campaign to teach people how to read. Her eight-month journey would culminate in a historic accomplishment for her country—and give Norma an opportunity to leave poverty behind. A transcript of this episode is available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

Education

82

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

6 April 2020

Best Of: Myron Rolle

Dan Le Batard and Stugotz talk to Myron Rolle and the Van Gundy brothers. Plus, the March Sadness Tournament tips off, Stu's Weekend Observations, funniest thing of the weekend and more.

Sports

83

Revisionist History

2 April 2020

Revisionist Revisited: Analysis, Parapraxis, Elvis

We're gearing up to launch Season 5 of Revisionist History soon. In celebration, we are revisiting some of our favorite episodes from past seasons. Malcolm is kicking this off with his favorite Revisionist History episode: Analysis, Parapraxis, Elvis from Season 3. Help us choose your favorite episodes! Visit www.pushkin.fm and follow the link at the top of the page to vote. We'll be rolling out the top three episodes with extra commentary and behind-the-scenes material in the coming weeks.

Society & Culture

84

Book of Basketball 2.0

3 April 2020

1999 Redraftables: Francis in Purgatory! Odom in Hell! Weis Over Artest! Remembering an Unusually Hilarious Draft With Chris Ryan and Joe House | Book of Basketball 2.0

The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Joe House and Chris Ryan to revisit the 1999 NBA draft, talk through some of the NBA subplots and legends in that draft class, and redraft the first 14 lottery picks.

Basketball

85

99% Invisible

31 March 2020

396- This Day in Esoteric Political History

In times like these, we could all use a little historical perspective. In this new podcast from Radiotopia, Jody Avirgan, political historian Nicole Hemmer, and special guests rescue moments from U.S. history to map our journey through a tumultuous year. On this episode of 99% Invisible, Jody talks with Roman about his new show and we play two short episodes of This Day in Esoteric Political History. Subscribe to This Day in Esoteric Political History on Apple Podcasts

Design

86

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

6 April 2020

#236: Love in the Time of COVID | Esther Perel

The coronavirus outbreak may pose one of the greatest challenges to romantic relationships in modern memory. For those of us living in close quarters with spouses or partners, how do we live our day to day without resorting to hollering, stony silence, or violations of local and federal statutes? For those of us living alone, what are the rules around online dating? Esther Perel is on the front lines of this battle. She is a renowned psychotherapist who continues to do couples counseling even as the pandemic rages. Much of this work can be heard on her popular podcast Where Should We Begin? She’s also the author of the awesomely-entitled, bestselling book Mating in Captivity. In this episode, we cover the benefits of sex (even if you’re not in the mood), humor, and a specific kind of "thank you." She also holds forth on anticipatory grief and a concept I found particularly compelling: "ambiguous loss." Where to find Esther Perel online: Website: https://www.estherperel.com/ Podcast: https://whereshouldwebegin.estherperel.com/ Podcast: https://howswork.estherperel.com/ Upcoming Live Broadcasts with Esther: "The Art of Us: Love, Loss, and Loneliness Under Lockdown” - https://events.estherperel.com/april-2020-webinar/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EstherPerel Other Resources Mentioned: Tanya Selvaratman: Where Can Domestic Violence Victims Turn During COVID-19? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/23/opinion/covid-domestic-violence.html Pauline Boss - Ambiguous Loss - https://www.ambiguousloss.com/ John Gottman - The Gottman Institute - https://www.gottman.com/ Megan Flemming - https://greatlifegreatsex.com/ Additional Resources: Ten Percent Happier Live: https://tenpercent.com/live Coronavirus Sanity Guide: https://www.tenpercent.com/coronavirussanityguide Free App access for Health Care Workers: https://tenpercent.com/care Full Show Notes: https://tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/esther-perel-236

Mental Health

87

Sleep With Me

5 April 2020

865 - Princess Bride and the Friendly Faced Woman

Two bedtime stories become one sleepy meander as the newest Welcome To Night Vale novel leads to me trying to remember if I have ever remembered “The Princess Bride” on the podcast before. Check out the new novel over at http://www.welcometonightvale.com/books Here are some links to some places you can find support during this crisis. If you have more please share them! https://www.crisistextline.org/blog/covid19-update https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/managing-stress-anxiety.html (You can find all of our sponsors or become a patron on our new website http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com story starts at about 20:00) Commission a song from the Mystery Bard over at http://www.jonathanmann.net Quip- The sensitive sonic toothbrush I have been using for over two years (not over and over! Changing out the brush heads every three months!) Quip starts at just $25 and if you go to http://www.getquip.com/sleep, you get your first refill pack for FREE with a quip electric toothbrush. KiwiCo- creates super cool hands-on projects for kids to make learning about STEAM fun! (STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Get hands-on learning and fun delivered every month-- it’s the gift that keeps on surprising! For my listeners, go to https://www.kiwico.com/SLEEP to get YOUR FIRST MONTH FREE. Grove Collaborative- an online marketplace that delivers all-natural home, beauty, and personal care products directly to your door! Gove’s aim is to make living a healthy lifestyle easy and accessible for you and your family. For a limited time, when my listeners go to https://www.grove.co/sleep you will get FREE FIVE PIECE Cleaning Set from Mrs. Meyer and Grove - a THIRTY DOLLAR value!

Mental Health

88

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

6 April 2020

Episode 1112 - Jeff Dunham

A lot of comedians spend years or decades finding their voice on stage, but Jeff Dunham was very young when he settled on his comic voice. He then proceeded to throw that voice, to great success. Jeff tells Marc what attracted him to ventriloquism, how he studied it, and where he started doing it. Jeff also explains how he designs and creates new puppets, why he uses the puppets when he’s interviewed on the radio, and how he’s responded to accusations of racial insensitivity in his characters. 

Comedy

89

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

3 April 2020

Mini-Episode: Andy Calls Senator Amy Klobuchar

Andy brings you into his bubble, as promised, by sharing his call (with permission) with Minnesota’s U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar. They discuss her husband John’s COVID-19 recovery, what an election might be like during a national health crisis, and how the Congress needs to support Americans during the economic crisis. https://www.patreon.com/inthebubble (Patreon)

News

90

Monday Morning Podcast

6 April 2020

Monday Morning Podcast 4-6-20

Bill rambles about peak week, long drives, and documentaries. 

Comedy

91

The Journal.

6 April 2020

Can Blood From Survivors Help Fight Coronavirus?

A key to fighting the coronavirus may be found in the blood of survivors. WSJ's Amy Dockser Marcus explains how scientists are ramping up plasma transfusions to try to help sick patients and to protect health-care workers from falling ill.

Daily News

92

California King

4 April 2020

Episode 1: What is HØL?

Our work was done. We'd said all we needed to say. We apparated from this world, much like monks who retreat to a mountaintop hovel. Only for us, we apparated via Greyhound and hoveled in an abandoned Bauxite mine outside Eufaula, Alabama. Everything was going great. We each had our own little cavernlet in which to do our alonetime ablutions and adult irrigations, and every evening we gathered by the pile of old cigarettes to tell stories and scratch each others' bug bites. We chopped wood, and we carried water. We made forts. And, yes, somtimes, we cried. Then, one night, we heard a cricket. Coming from... somewhere? Its chirp drove us crazy through those long 'Bama nights. Merlin suggested we get a lizard to kill the cricket. The plan worked perfectly. But that night we noticed the lizard looking down at us from its perch, really giving us the stink eye. Like it thought it was better than us. So Adam bought us a snake to take care of the lizard. And, then, somehow, there was a filthy Persian cat to take care of the snake. And so forth. So, long story short: our cave is now occupied by a family of endangered Alabama Beach Mice (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates). And, we have returned to California. Also, we are out of money.

Comedy

93

On Being with Krista Tippett

3 April 2020

A Poem in Gratitude for Health Care Workers

In Leanne O’Sullivan’s poem “Leaving Early,” the poet writes to her ill husband, entrusting him into the care of a nurse named Fionnuala. As the novel coronavirus sweeps the globe, many of us can’t physically be there for loved ones who are sick. Instead, it is the health care workers — and all involved in the health care system — who are tirelessly present, caring for others in spite of exhaustion and the risk it brings to their own well being.We offer this episode of Poetry Unbound in profound gratitude toward all who are working in health care right now.“Leaving Early” comes from Leanne O’Sullivan’s book A Quarter of an Hour. Thank you to the publisher, Bloodaxe Books, who gave us permission to use Leanne’s poem. Read it on our website at onbeing.org.Find the transcript for this episode at onbeing.org.The original music in this episode was composed by Gautam Srikishan.

Relationships

94

This is Love

1 April 2020

Episode 19: The Wolves

We go searching for wolves in Yellowstone, and learn about the dramatic and surprisingly relatable relationship between a powerful young wolf and the small, elderly wolf who had raised him. We’re trying something new. Two stories about the same family of wolves in Yellowstone. One is a love story, and one is a crime story. For the crime story, check out Episode 137 of Criminal. It’s called Wolf 10. apple.co/2JBu7uR Rick McIntyre's book is The Rise of Wolf 8: Witnessing the Triumph of Yellowstone's Underdog This Is Love is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please subscribe to the show and review us on Apple Podcasts! https://apple.co/2BmMZr5 Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Artwork by Julienne Alexander. Sponsors: Mejuri Head to mejuri.com/THISISLOVE and use code THISISLOVE at checkout for 10% off your first order. Quip Go to getquip.com/THISISLOVE for your first refill free Progressive Get your quote online at Progressive.com and see how much you could be saving Ten Percent Happier This is Love listeners can get 40% off the Ten Percent Happier app. Go to tenpercent.com/thisislove Virtue Labs Visit VirtueLabs.com and use the code LOVE to receive 20% off plus free shipping on your Virtue order.

Personal Journals

95

Serial Killers

6 April 2020

“The Most Prolific” Pt. 1: Samuel Little

In 2018, he was serving a life sentence for the murders of three women in California—when he confessed to another. Then, another and another. Soon, Samuel Little had confessed to 93 murders across the U.S. over a period of 30 years.

True Crime

96

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

5 April 2020

Personal Responsibility

Our final 12 Rules for Life lecture from Auckland, NZ. Recorded on Feb. 23, 2019. Thanks to our sponsor: http://trybasis.com/jordan/

Education

97

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History

24 October 2019

Show 64 - Supernova in the East III

Japan's rising sun goes supernova and engulfs a huge area of Asia and the Pacific. A war without mercy begins to develop infusing the whole conflict with a savage vibe.

History

98

My Brother, My Brother And Me

6 April 2020

MBMBaM 505: Slippery When Voltron

In today’s episode, we set a new record for Lack of Commitment to an Opening Bit — a record whose previous holders include … let’s see here … oh, it’s us! The list just says us, like, fifty times.Suggested talking points: Hot Gin, Sonic’s Sacrifice, Timesheet Secrets, Bathroom Investigations, Goldfish Punishment, Large Old Pizza News, Titanic Kaiju

Comedy

99

Reply All

30 March 2020

#160 The Attic and Closet Show 2

This week, we call people across the world.

Technology