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On Point: Sears, The Changing American Marketplace And Retail Disruption
Sears once changed the American marketplace. Now, it's filed for bankruptcy. Sarah Halzack, Vicki Howard and Louis Hyman join Meghna Chakrabarti to look at the retail industry's latest disruption.
4h ago play.podtrac.com
On Point: Harvard Admissions Trial Underway With Affirmative Action, Diversity Under Scrutiny
Affirmative Action is on trial. Harvard goes to court to defend itself against charges it discriminates against Asian-American applicants. Max Larkin, Peter Wood and Nicole Gon Ochi look at the debate with Meghna Chakrabarti.
5h ago play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Ross Tucker
Ross Tucker chats with Adam about playing in the NFL, the skills required to be a good long snapper, and the impact of positive reinforcement. The guys also play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, and discuss the death of ‘Bunny Ranch’ founder Dennis Hof.
18h ago aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Ross Tucker
Ross Tucker chats with Adam about playing in the NFL, the skills required to be a good long snapper, and the impact of positive reinforcement. The guys also play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, and discuss the death of ‘Bunny Ranch’ founder Dennis Hof.
18h ago aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #933 I Don't Mind Dumb
Adam and Drew open the show lamenting the terrible state of the political system in the state of California and what has been motivating (or not) the politicians to get us to where we are today. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller looking for help identifying some unexplainable back pain that his daughter is suffering from. The guys then discuss the amazing amount to which something like eggs has been demonized for the large majority of their lives before heading back to the phones and taking a call about Drew's take on LDL cholesterol.
18h ago aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Photos of suspect with prince strain Trump/Saudi 'rogue killers' story
9:00 Photos of suspect with prince defy Trump/Saudi rogue killer story9:20 Early voting in Georgia skyrockets versus 2014 midterms9:27 Familiar GOP vote suppression tactics emerge as election nears9:36 Was the Gary Hart scandal just a set-up by the Bush campaign?9:50 Deathbed confession leads to 'history bombshell' on Hart scandal9:58 Alaska lt. gov. resigns abruptly over 'inappropriate comments'
20h ago rss.art19.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 391: Lean In To Google
This week, we discuss Google's Android concession to the EU, amazing photos from the Pixel 3, hands-on with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Huawei Watch GT, review of the Sony Xperia XZ3, Palms new tiny phone, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - Spire Studio (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.izotope.spire&rdid=com.izotope.spireFlo - Touch Retouch https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.advasoft.touchretouchMatteo - Go-Go-Goat! (Free) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bestcoolfungamesfreegamecreation.gogogoatRon - Assistant Shortcuts https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.stjin.assistantshortcutsThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll391 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Matteo Doni Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: LastPass.com/twit do.co/twit
21h ago podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 391: Lean In To Google
This week, we discuss Google's Android concession to the EU, amazing photos from the Pixel 3, hands-on with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Huawei Watch GT, review of the Sony Xperia XZ3, Palms new tiny phone, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - Spire Studio (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.izotope.spire&rdid=com.izotope.spireFlo - Touch Retouch https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.advasoft.touchretouchMatteo - Go-Go-Goat! (Free) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bestcoolfungamesfreegamecreation.gogogoatRon - Assistant Shortcuts https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.stjin.assistantshortcutsThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll391 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Matteo Doni Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: LastPass.com/twit do.co/twit
21h ago podtrac.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 391: Lean In To Google
This week, we discuss Google's Android concession to the EU, amazing photos from the Pixel 3, hands-on with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Huawei Watch GT, review of the Sony Xperia XZ3, Palms new tiny phone, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - Spire Studio (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.izotope.spire&rdid=com.izotope.spireFlo - Touch Retouch https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.advasoft.touchretouchMatteo - Go-Go-Goat! (Free) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bestcoolfungamesfreegamecreation.gogogoatRon - Assistant Shortcuts https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.stjin.assistantshortcutsThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll391 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Matteo Doni Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: LastPass.com/twit do.co/twit
21h ago podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 391: Lean In To Google
This week, we discuss Google's Android concession to the EU, amazing photos from the Pixel 3, hands-on with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Huawei Watch GT, review of the Sony Xperia XZ3, Palms new tiny phone, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - Spire Studio (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.izotope.spire&rdid=com.izotope.spireFlo - Touch Retouch https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.advasoft.touchretouchMatteo - Go-Go-Goat! (Free) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bestcoolfungamesfreegamecreation.gogogoatRon - Assistant Shortcuts https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.stjin.assistantshortcutsThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll391 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Matteo Doni Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: LastPass.com/twit do.co/twit
21h ago podtrac.com
On Point: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Opens Up About His NASCAR Career And Concussion Concerns
NASCAR great Dale Earnhardt Jr. opens up to Meghna Chakrabarti about concussions, fears and why he put the brakes on his storied career. We also hear from Michael Collins, who's treated Earnhardt Jr. for concussions since 2012.
1d ago play.podtrac.com
On Point: U.S.-Saudi Relations Strain As Trump Promises Action Over Missing Journalist
President Trump vows severe punishment and sends Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with Saudi Arabia's King Salman as the rift grows over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. David Kirkpatrick, Steven A. Cook and Bernard Haykel join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1d ago play.podtrac.com
Undiscovered: Turtle v. Snake
Travis Thomas is a rookie turtle researcher in Florida. He was on the verge of publishing his first big paper and naming two new species of turtle when he found out he’d been scooped by a stranger in Australia: Raymond Hoser, a.k.a. the Snake Man. Raymond is a reptile wrangler and amateur herpetologist who’s managed to name hundreds of animals—and has made a lot of enemies in the process. In this episode of Undiscovered, Travis sets out to get his turtles back, and Annie and Elah set out to find out how and why the Snake Man does what he does.   Guests Travis Thomas, PhD student, University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Robert Sprackland, herpetologist, visiting researcher at the Smithsonian Institution Raymond Hoser, founder of the Australasian Journal of Herpetology, owner of Snakebusters   Footnotes Read Travis Thomas et al.’s 2014 paper splitting alligator snapping turtles into three species, Raymond Hoser's 2013 paper, Raymond's response to Thomas et al. (pg. 19), and a later paper arguing for a different classification. Check out Raymond’s website where he responds to his critics, lists the animal taxa (species, genera, etc.) he’s named, and posts the Australasian Journal of Herpetology. Crack open the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature’s big book of rules for naming animals. Read articles about “taxonomic vandalism” that criticize Raymond Hoser. Dive into this great Nautilus piece on prolific species namers in history and the ire they provoked.   Credits This episode of Undiscovered was produced by Elah Feder, Alexa Lim, and Annie Minoff  We had production help from Sushmita Pathak who brought us this story. Our senior editor is Christopher Intagliata, our composer is Daniel Peterschmidt, and our intern is Kaitlyn Schwalje. Our theme music is by I Am Robot And Proud. We had fact checking help from Michelle Harris. Thanks, as always, to the entire Science Friday staff, and the folks at WNYC Studios, especially Tony Phillips and Jenny Lawton for feedback on this story.  
1d ago podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: #349: Amber Rose
Dr. Drew is joined by Amber Rose and they discuss Amber's new podcast, AS WELL AS the philosophy behind her Slut Walk. She describes her rough upbringing in south Philly. Fighting every day was a cultural norm for Amber. She shares with Dr. Drew some of the extraordinary experiences. After some self reflection and psychotherapy, Amber has emerged as a champion for women against rape culture.
1d ago podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): James Carville and Jackie Greene
James Carville talks with Adam about what the Democrats should do about President Trump. Plus, Jackie Greene is in studio to respond to news stories about Hurricane Michael, Ariana Grande splitting up with Pete Davidson, and the latest Germany or Florida entry.
1d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): James Carville and Jackie Greene
James Carville talks with Adam about what the Democrats should do about President Trump. Plus, Jackie Greene is in studio to respond to news stories about Hurricane Michael, Ariana Grande splitting up with Pete Davidson, and the latest Germany or Florida entry.
1d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #932 That's Crazy Talk
Adam opens today's show talking about conversations he has with people and how they remember them going down differently. Then the guys take a call about a flea born typhus outbreak occurring that Drew predicted months ago. Then they take another call about tips on remembering when to make medications. Before they wrap, Adam and Drew take one more call from a guy wondering how to handle a difficult employee.
1d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: GOP aims to suppress Native American vote to keep Heitkamp out of Senate
9:00 GOP aims to suppress ND Native American vote to hinder Heitkamp9:23 Native Americans rallying to overcome GOP obstacles to voting9:35 Cooperating fmr. Trump camp aide allowed to remove ankle monitor9:41 Cohen has spent over 50 hours talking Trump to investigators9:51 Trump got personally involved in Stormy Daniels pushback strategy9:56 Trump parrots exculpatory Saudi narrative on Khashoggi
1d ago rss.art19.com
On Point: On U.S. Foreign Policy: Should America Be Doing Less In World Affairs?
Stephen Walt on U.S. foreign policy failures. He says it all traces back to what Walt calls a "liberal hegemony" and the idea that the U.S. can spread democracy without accountability. Walt tells Meghna Chakrabarti it's time for a more restrained approach.
2d ago play.podtrac.com
On Point: Week Ahead: Michael Aftermath, Midterms, Mattis, Saudi Relations
Ayesha Rascoe, Naftali Bendavid and Adam Smith join Meghna Chakrabarti and open their notebooks to look ahead to the week's news at home and abroad.
2d ago play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Amy Schumer
Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer, Trainwreck, I Feel Pretty) is an American stand-up comedian, actress and Queen of all things. Amy sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss body confidence, how she met her husband and her general contentment with death. Amy talks about the ubiquitous fear women harbor and Dax is excited they both share the title of Class Clown. The two veer into a conversation about gender differences that left Dax feeling regretful after the recording. Monica and Dax discuss the aftermath and resolution of that moment during the fact check.
2d ago audio.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): AJ Benza
AJ Benza chats with Adam and the gang about the Khabib-McGregor fight, Rae Carruth getting out of prison, and Selena Gomez’s meltdown. Adam also reacts to some Liked Tweets and takes a couple fan phone calls.
2d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): AJ Benza
AJ Benza chats with Adam and the gang about the Khabib-McGregor fight, Rae Carruth getting out of prison, and Selena Gomez’s meltdown. Adam also reacts to some Liked Tweets and takes a couple fan phone calls.
2d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #931 There's Not Enough Security To Protect The Cheese Cubes
Adam and Drew open up today's episode of The Adam and Drew Show talking about the difficulties of having back problems. Then the guys talk about traumatic life experiences, especially in terms of rape, and the shame victims feel about it afterwards. After that, Adam talks about humans need for tendencies. Before they wrap, Adam rants about how weak our society has become.
2d ago aw.noxsolutions.com
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!: Best of Not My Job
Scott Kelly, Edie Falco, Austan Goolsbee, and Governor John Kasich are featured, as well as some of our panelists.
10/13/2018 play.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Kemp record shows poor stewardship of Georgia's election system
9:00 Kemp record shows poor stewardship of Georgia's election system9:26 Outreach to 'infrequent voters' key to Democratic strategy in GA9:39 TX agrees to remove extra bureaucratic burden on student voters9:53 Democrats boast of gender gap among candidates as well as voters9:58 Cost of hurricane could skyrocket with damage to fighter jets
10/13/2018 rss.art19.com
Science Friday: Squirrel Monkeys, Salmon Migration, The Realness. Oct 12, 2018, Part 2
Squirrel monkeys have big brains for their size, they’re chatterboxes, and they’ve even been to space. There may even be parallels between squirrel monkey communication and the evolution of human language, says primatologist Anita Stone. She joins Ira to translate the culture of our primate cousins, and talks about what they can teach us about ourselves. To be a salmon is to live an adventurous life: They hatch in freshwater streams, travel miles downstream to the ocean, and live years dodging predators in the open sea. But in order to reproduce, they must return back to that mountain stream, however far away. Research in 2014 confirmed that Pacific salmon can sense and respond to the Earth’s magnetic field—and that’s at least one component of how they find their home river. Now, a group of Atlantic salmon, descended from a group that’s spent 60 years in a landlocked lake, has also demonstrated this ability. Lead author Michelle Scanlon, a faculty research assistant in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University, explains the implications of this behavior for both wild Atlantic salmon and in populations kept, as many are, in fish farms nationwide. Plus: anthropologist Heather McKillop uncovered clues of a vast Mayan salt production system off the coast of Belize that may have been used to preserve fish and a place for trade. McKillop tells us how the Maya may have produced salt, and what this reveals about the economy of the civilization. And “The Realness,” a new podcast from WNYC Studios, tells the story of America’s relationship to sickle cell through Prodigy’s life, and death, from the disease.  
10/12/2018 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Election Security, Channel Islands, IPCC Report. Oct 12, 2018, Part 1
The voting infrastructure is a vast network that includes voting machines, registration systems, e-poll books, and result reporting systems. This summer, the federal government put out a report that stated that hackers, possibly connected to Russia, targeted the election systems of twenty-one states. No changes in voter data were detected. How can we secure our voting from malicious hacks and technological errors? Lawrence Norden, Deputy Director of NYU’s Brennan Center's Democracy Program, and Charles Stewart, a political scientist at MIT’s Election Data and Science Lab, discuss how to secure the voting infrastructure, and how these issues affect voting behavior. Plus: A new United Nations report published this week highlights a number of climate change impacts that could be avoided by limiting global warming to 1.5 C compared to 2 C, or more. The conclusion: Every bit of warming of matters. Kelly Levin, senior associate with the World Resources Institute joins Ira to discuss the report. In the latest State of Science, ecologists are using tools—from captive breeding programs to ant-sniffing dogs—to restore and protect the unique ecosystem of California’s Channel Islands. KCLU's Lance Orozco joins Ira to tell him more. And Popular Science's Rachel Feltman explains the latest on the aborted Soyuz launch, plus other headlines, in this week's News Round-up.
10/12/2018 podtrac.com
Truth, Politics and Power: CREATED EQUAL: Episode Three of The Democracy Test
In the depths of the Great Depression, many Americans lost their faith in a democracy that allowed an enormous gap between the wealthy and the too-often desperate poor. In “Created Equal,” the latest episode of the “Democracy Test,” Presidential biographer Robert Dallek tells us how Franklin Delano Roosevelt restored faith in democratic institutions and built the modern welfare state. We also hear how inequality ballooned again over the past fifty years, how that corrodes democracy, and what we can learn from our history about finding new solutions.
10/12/2018 feeds.soundcloud.com
On Point: The Fight Over Voting Rights And Voter Suppression Ahead Of Midterms
Some lawmakers seek to prevent many people from voting ahead of this fall's midterms. Those efforts don't show up in polls, but could affect the results. David Folkenflik speaks with Wendy Weiser, Dale Ho and Rep. Ruben Gallego.
10/12/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Kavanaugh, Haley, Hurricane Michael And More
Justice Kavanaugh takes his seat on the Supreme Court. Nikki Haley heads for the exits. Hurricane Michael threatens lives. Alexis Simendinger, Toluse Olorunnipa and Jack Beatty join David Folkenflik.
10/12/2018 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Diane Guerrero: Most Likely To Be Superlative
Actor Diane Guerrero takes us behind the scenes on Orange is the New Black, and plays a game about celebrity superlatives. This episode originally aired on May 18, 2018.
10/12/2018 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Diane Guerrero: Most Likely To Be Superlative
Actor Diane Guerrero takes us behind the scenes on Orange is the New Black, and plays a game about celebrity superlatives. This episode originally aired on May 18, 2018.
10/12/2018 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Ike Barinholtz, Dan Patrick, and Hooray for Baldywood
Ike Barinholtz joins for a podcast about emotional support squirrels, memories from Trump’s inauguration, and the latest updates on Harvey Weinstein. Plus, Dan Patrick calls in to chat about the future of MMA, and Bald Bryan reviews ‘A Star Is Born’ for this week’s Baldywood.
10/12/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Ike Barinholtz, Dan Patrick, and Hooray for Baldywood
Ike Barinholtz joins for a podcast about emotional support squirrels, memories from Trump’s inauguration, and the latest updates on Harvey Weinstein. Plus, Dan Patrick calls in to chat about the future of MMA, and Bald Bryan reviews ‘A Star Is Born’ for this week’s Baldywood.
10/12/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #930 Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some experiences that they've had in the past including Dr. Drew's attempting to impart the difference between passing out & blacking out that has been in the news lately. They then turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers including one experiencing pain in his genitals and another who has been struggling with a long term bout of constipation.
10/12/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Democratic aide arrested advocating for voting rights in TX
9:00 Democratic aide arrested advocating for voting rights in Texas9:28 Trump, Kushner money ties to Saudi Arabia taint US policy voice9:37 Turkey claims of evidence of Khashoggi murder by Saudi Arabia9:46 Trump Tower apartment, other Manafort properties seized by feds9:54 Judge could force Mueller to reveal nature of Manafort's flip
10/12/2018 rss.art19.com
Radiolab: In the No Part 1
In 2017, radio-maker Kaitlin Prest released a mini-series called "No" about her personal struggle to understand and communicate about sexual consent. That show, which dives into the experience, moment by moment, of navigating sexual intimacy, struck a chord with many of us. It's gorgeous, deeply personal, and incredibly thoughtful. And it seemed to presage a much larger conversation that is happening all around us in this moment. And so we decided to embark, with Kaitlin, on our own exploration of this topic. Over the next three episodes, we'll wander into rooms full of college students, hear from academics and activists, and sit in on classes about BDSM. But to start things off, we are going to share with you the story that started it all. Today, meet Kaitlin (if you haven't already).  In The No Part 1 is a collaboration with Kaitlin Prest. It was produced with help from Becca Bressler. The "No" series, from The Heart was created by writer/director Kaitlin Prest, editors Sharon Mashihi and Mitra Kaboli, assistant producer Ariel Hahn and associate producer Phoebe Wang, associate sound designer Shani Aviram. Special thanks to actor Tommy Schell. Check out Kaitlin's new show, The Shadows. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
10/11/2018 podtrac.com
On Point: 'The Corrosion Of Conservatism': Max Boot On Why He Left The GOP
Conservative luminary Max Boot explains to Meghna Chakrabarti why he left the Republican Party and is urging people to vote against the modern GOP.
10/11/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Searching For A Cure For Cancer, With Nobel Prize Winner James Allison
James Allison won the Nobel Prize for his landmark work on the immune system and cancer treatment. Meghna Chakrabarti talks with him and Dr. Monica Bertagnolli on where we are in the search for a cure.
10/11/2018 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: LIVE FROM LOS ANGELES: Jason Ritter
Armchair Expert Live from Los Angeles at Largo at the Coronet. June 30th, 2018.
10/11/2018 audio.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Inversion of Control
Inversion of Control is a way of designing code to implement the Dependency Inversion Principle. In it the custom code written for the functionality of the application does not control the flow of control. Instead that is received from a more generic framework.Read more ›<!-- end of .read-more -->
10/11/2018 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Christie Bishop joins for Commercial Grade. Plus, RJ’s Parlay and a Guacamole Taste Test
Christie Bishop joins for the latest edition of Commercial Grade. Plus, RJ Bell calls in with RJs Parlay, and everyone sits down for a blind Guacamole Taste Test.
10/11/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Christie Bishop joins for Commercial Grade. Plus, RJ’s Parlay and a Guacamole Taste Test
Christie Bishop joins for the latest edition of Commercial Grade. Plus, RJ Bell calls in with RJs Parlay, and everyone sits down for a blind Guacamole Taste Test.
10/11/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #929 Concierge Service
The guys go straight to the phones in today's episode and take a call from the husband of a doctor who want's Dr. Drew's thoughts on their idea of his wife moving to the Direct Patient Primary Care model, which would be a very different way of doing business for her. Adam and Drew then harken back to earlier in the week when they were talking about the Kavanaugh hearings and Adam's fine tuned ear for voices that sound alike.
10/11/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Mike Flynn story takes a significant turn with new report
9:00 Trump talked to Mueller critic about replacing Sessions: WaPo9:04 Chinese military intelligence officer extradited to US for trial9:06 Turkey adds details to claims Saudi Arabia killed journalist9:08 Kavanaugh ethics complaints referred to 10th Circuit court9:13 Hurricane Michael's historic strength a case for climate study9:21 Less-known Mueller witness sent to prison. What of the big names?9:36 Flynn met with GOP operative who sought hacked Clinton email: WSJ9:48 Kemp holding up 53k voter registrations as he runs for governor9:55 Hurricane Michael whips path of destruction through FL panhandle
10/11/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: Identity, Acceptance Permeate Nicole Chung's New Memoir Of Adoption
When Nicole Chung looked in the mirror she saw a girl who didn't look anything like her adoptive white parents. She tells Meghna Chakrabarti about her complicated story of transracial adoption and her new memoir.
10/10/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: What Nikki Haley's Resignation Means For The U.S. And The World
Ambassador Nikki Haley will step down at the end of the year. Meghna Chakrabarti looks at her record at the United Nations, what's next for her and who's next to represent America at the U.N with Colum Lynch, Eliana Johnson and Adm. James Stavridis.
10/10/2018 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Dean Cain, Dr. Drew, and Jeff Cesario
Dean Cain returns for a podcast about the disturbing story of Kermit Gosnell, fighting with Tom Arnold, and Yoko Ono’s cover of ‘Imagine’. Plus, Dr. Drew chats with Adam about the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, and Jeff Cesario brings today’s Waterhouse Update.
10/10/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Dean Cain, Dr. Drew, and Jeff Cesario
Dean Cain returns for a podcast about the disturbing story of Kermit Gosnell, fighting with Tom Arnold, and Yoko Ono’s cover of ‘Imagine’. Plus, Dr. Drew chats with Adam about the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, and Jeff Cesario brings today’s Waterhouse Update.
10/10/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #928 A European Flair
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew questioning Adam about his profound love for Clay Aiken as well as some behind the scenes as to what happened in the finale of their season of Celebrity Apprentice. They also speak with an international caller who is in an unconventional relationship and looking for advice on how to move forward and another who wants Adam's take on a possible instance of 'The Language of Losers' that Adam has been drilling down on as of late. Adam wraps up the show sharing with Dr. Drew a few recent examples he's experienced.
10/10/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Media too quick to dismiss Trump/Alfa Bank server contact story
9:00 Nikki Haley quits Trump cabinet sparking speculation as to why9:05 Cyber tricks sought by Trump camp resemble what Russia delivered9:13 Media too quick to dismiss Trump/Alfa Bank server contact story9:26 New look at Trump Org server mystery suggests avenues of inquiry9:37 LBJ overruled general's plan for nuclear weapons during Vietnam9:46 War making power has profound effect on U.S. presidents9:55 Hurricane adds twist to Florida voter registration deadline
10/10/2018 rss.art19.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 390: A Made By Google Kind of Day
This week, Florence Ion and Ron Richards talk with Duncan Jaffrey from ausdroid.net about today's Made By Google event including the announcements of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, third generation Chromecast, Pixel USB earbuds, and more!Flo - Kawaii Tarot https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kawaiitarot.kawaiitarot274774Duncan - Google Trips https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.travel.onthegoRon - Bendy In Nightmare Run (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jds.binr&hl=en_USThis Week's Poll http://bit.ly/aaapoll390 Hosts: Florence Ion and Ron Richards Guest: Duncan Jaffrey Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/android legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA RocketMortgage.com/Android
10/10/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 390: A Made By Google Kind of Day
This week, Florence Ion and Ron Richards talk with Duncan Jaffrey from ausdroid.net about today's Made By Google event including the announcements of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, third generation Chromecast, Pixel USB earbuds, and more!Flo - Kawaii Tarot https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kawaiitarot.kawaiitarot274774Duncan - Google Trips https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.travel.onthegoRon - Bendy In Nightmare Run (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jds.binr&hl=en_USThis Week's Poll http://bit.ly/aaapoll390 Hosts: Florence Ion and Ron Richards Guest: Duncan Jaffrey Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/android legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA RocketMortgage.com/Android
10/10/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 390: A Made By Google Kind of Day
This week, Florence Ion and Ron Richards talk with Duncan Jaffrey from ausdroid.net about today's Made By Google event including the announcements of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, third generation Chromecast, Pixel USB earbuds, and more!Flo - Kawaii Tarot https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kawaiitarot.kawaiitarot274774Duncan - Google Trips https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.travel.onthegoRon - Bendy In Nightmare Run (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jds.binr&hl=en_USThis Week's Poll http://bit.ly/aaapoll390 Hosts: Florence Ion and Ron Richards Guest: Duncan Jaffrey Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/android legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA RocketMortgage.com/Android
10/10/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 390: A Made By Google Kind of Day
This week, Florence Ion and Ron Richards talk with Duncan Jaffrey from ausdroid.net about today's Made By Google event including the announcements of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, third generation Chromecast, Pixel USB earbuds, and more!Flo - Kawaii Tarot https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kawaiitarot.kawaiitarot274774Duncan - Google Trips https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.travel.onthegoRon - Bendy In Nightmare Run (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jds.binr&hl=en_USThis Week's Poll http://bit.ly/aaapoll390 Hosts: Florence Ion and Ron Richards Guest: Duncan Jaffrey Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/android legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA RocketMortgage.com/Android
10/10/2018 podtrac.com
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!: Wait Wait Naked and Ashamed: The All Adams Episode
Today Faith talks with Adam Felber about his Wait Wait wedding and Adam Burke explains his relationship with a rooster.
10/9/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: 'Free Solo' With Death-Defying Rock Climber Alex Honnold
No ropes. No carabiners. No cams. Nothing but his hands and feet. We'll talk with rock climbing superstar Alex Honnold about his record breaking 3,000-foot, free-solo climb of Yosemite's El Capitan.
10/9/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Time Is Running Out To Control Climate Change, U.N. Report Says
The report says the targets set by the Paris climate accord aren't enough to stop massive ecosystem change in the next 50 years. We'll look at what can be done.
10/9/2018 play.podtrac.com
Undiscovered: Guest Episode: The Infinite God
This week, Annie and Elah share an episode from one of their favorite podcasts, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Sum of All Parts. For years, Robert Schneider lived the indie rocker’s dream, producing landmark records and fronting his band, The Apples in Stereo. And then, he gave it all up...for number theory. Host Joel Werner tracks Robert’s transformation, from a transcendental encounter with an antique tape machine, to the family temple of a mysterious long-dead mathematician, Ramanujan. Find more episodes of Sum of All Parts. CREDITS This episode of Sum of All Parts was produced and hosted by Joel Werner. Sophie Townsend served as story editor and Jonathan Webb served as science editor. Sound engineering by Mark Don and Martin Peralta. Undiscovered is reported and produced by Elah Feder and Annie Minoff. Our senior editor is Christopher Intagliata, our composer is Daniel Peterschmidt, and our intern is Kaitlyn Schwalje.  GUESTS Robert Schneider, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University Ken Ono, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics, Emory University FOOTNOTES Hear more Sum of All Parts, and see pictures of Robert and Ken at Ramanujan’s family temple. Robert Schneider and Ben Phelan’s article about Ramanujan, Encounter with The Infinite, was a huge inspiration for this story. Read it in The Believer. Listen to Ken Ono talk about Ramanujan and a biopic based on his life — The Man Who Knew Infinity — on Science Friday. Read about the new musical scale Robert Schneider devised, based on natural logarithms.  
10/9/2018 podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: #348: Annie Duke
Former professional poker player Annie Duke tells us why it's more important to be accurate than right. Annie and Drew discuss critical thinking, decision making, and how outcomes color our assessment of both.
10/9/2018 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Michael Ovitz
Michael Ovitz talks with Adam about his legendary list of celebrity clients, which includes Paul Newman, Meryl Streep, and Bill Murray. The group also talks further about Brett Kavanaugh, Lady Gaga, and the Khabib-McGregor fight.
10/9/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Michael Ovitz
Michael Ovitz talks with Adam about his legendary list of celebrity clients, which includes Paul Newman, Meryl Streep, and Bill Murray. The group also talks further about Brett Kavanaugh, Lady Gaga, and the Khabib-McGregor fight.
10/9/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #927 Ambitions As A Mayor
The guys open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a caller with a question about Outrage Culture and his opinion on it as a member of the millennial age group. They also speak with a caller who has grand ambitions but it worried be may be dreaming too big, they also speak to a caller who has two younger brothers that have self-diagnosed themselves with disorders and refuse to do much of anything. They also talk to a caller who is trying to convince her husband to try out online support groups.
10/9/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump's deep unpopularity stunts GOP reach beyond base
9:00 Trump's deep unpopularity a burden to campaigning Republicans9:12 Democrats, already energized, harden resolve in wake of Kavanaugh9:20 Trump camp sought online manipulation plan from Israeli firm: NYT9:32 GOP operative spent $150k trying to get Clinton e-mails: WSJ9:38 House Intel GOP withholding Rohrabacher transcript from release9:48 Criticism of bin Salman feared behind journalist's disappearance9:58 North Dakota GOP candidate bashes #MeToo in wake of Kavanaugh row
10/9/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: Pennsylvania's Adventures In Redistricting And How They Could Impact Midterms
Reporting from WHYY in Philadelphia, Meghna Chakrabarti and her guests Lindsay Lazarski and Terry Madonna will discuss redistricting in Pennsylvania ahead of the midterms.
10/8/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Week Ahead: Kavanaugh Confirmed, Sworn In — And What Comes Next
Dick Polman, Paula Reid and Sahil Kapur help Meghna Chakrabarti look ahead to this week's news.
10/8/2018 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Seth Meyers
Seth Meyers (Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Seth Meyers) is an American comedian, writer, political commentator, actor, and television host. The Armchair Expert travels to 30 Rock to discuss being beta to their female alpha counterparts and the uncomfortable competition that happens among friends in a sketch environment. Seth talks about the time Brad Paisley saved him from having to dance at his wedding, he discusses the balance between work and family and he details the highest moment during his day. Dax puts Seth at the top of the "hardest workers" list and Seth reveals the secret to getting Lorne Michaels to like you.
10/8/2018 audio.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Greg Fitzsimmons, The Rotten Tomatoes Game, and Hooray for Baldywood
Greg Fitzsimmons calls in to play a Baseball-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Bald Bryan also reviews the new Michael Moore doc, and Gina reads news stories about a Typhus outbreak, and ‘The Situation’ going to jail for tax evasion.
10/8/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Greg Fitzsimmons, The Rotten Tomatoes Game, and Hooray for Baldywood
Greg Fitzsimmons calls in to play a Baseball-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Bald Bryan also reviews the new Michael Moore doc, and Gina reads news stories about a Typhus outbreak, and ‘The Situation’ going to jail for tax evasion.
10/8/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #926 Droppin' Trou'
Adam and Drew open with Drew looking for Adam's take on a recent critique of some of Drew's thoughts on the Kavanaugh hearings. Adam and Drew discuss their differing takeaways from Judge Kavanaugh's testimony and on a more global basis how groups are trying to control language in an effort to control the argument and win the war. As the show winds down the guys turn to the phones and speak to a caller with a question about recent witness Dr. Ford.
10/8/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Truth, Politics and Power: A HOUSE DIVIDED Episode Two of the Democracy Test
A HOUSE DIVIDED Episode Two of the Democracy Test with co-hosts Neal Conan and Heather Cox Richardson If you think partisan politics are bad now, consider the 1850s, when members of Congress pulled knives and pistols on the floor of the House of Representatives and political arguments turned into brawls. Those dispute lead to the bloodiest war in our history. Next time on “The Democracy Test from Truth Politics and Power,” hosts Neal Conan and Heather Cox Richardson talk with historian Joanne Freeman about the road to the Civil War, scholar Jennifer McCoy discusses the patterns of political polarization and philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah suggests ways to overcome our dangerous tribal divisions.
10/6/2018 feeds.soundcloud.com
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!: Ellie Kemper
Ellie Kemper, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt herself, joins us along with panelists Paula Poundstone, Roxanne Roberts, and Peter Grosz.
10/6/2018 play.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Kavanaugh opposition will translate to political energy if history is a guide
9:00 Kavanaugh vote with drive political backlash if history is guide9:28 Murray: Women will heed Kavanaugh vote as call to run for office9:39 October 7 becomes an odd date of infamy 9:44 Kavanaugh takes partisan vendetta to high court with lifetime job9:55 Senator Collins once pledged to only serve two terms9:59 Susan Rice raises specter of challenging Susan Collins in 2020
10/6/2018 rss.art19.com
Science Friday: Dung Beetles, Exomoon, Poison Squad. Oct 5, 2018, Part 2
Before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was formed in 1906, you might have been more weary of pouring milk over your morning cereal. Milk could be spiked with formaldehyde, while pepper could contain coconut shells, charred rope or floor sweepings. In 1883, Dr. Harvey Washington Wiley, who was appointed chief chemist of the Federal Agriculture Department, began to investigate how manufacturers used additives and unhealthy practices in food—and pulled together “The Poison Squad.” Author Deborah Blum talks about how Wiley along with other scientists, journalists, and advocates fought for the health and safety of the general public.  In the past few years, the field of exoplanet discovery has really taken off. But this week, astronomers writing in the journal Science Advances up the ante—describing the possible discovery not of an exoplanet, but of a Neptune-sized moon orbiting an exoplanet. Alex Teachey, co-author of the paper and a graduate student in astronomy at Columbia University, joins Ira to talk about how the observations were performed, and the challenges of the hunt for exomoons. Plus, did you know that some dung beetles carry parasites on their genital—and it may not necessarily be a bad thing? While dung beetles put up with a lot of crap, it’s hard to imagine what good could come from a relationship with a parasite. Cristina Ledón-Rettig, Assistant Research Scientist at Indiana University, joins Ira to discuss her work.
10/5/2018 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Nobels, Argument Logic. Oct 5, 2018, Part 1
This week the fields of physics, chemistry, physiology, and medicine awarded its top scientists with its highest honor, the Nobel Prize. And this year, the annual celebration of scientific greatness was punctuated by a historic achievement: For the first time ever two female scientists won the award for both physics and chemistry, Dr. Donna Strickland and Dr. Frances Arnold. Dr. Arnold joins Ira to discuss her award and the legacy of female Nobel laureates. While most of us might think we’re logical people, we still butt heads when trying to persuade people we disagree with. So how can we solve seemingly insurmountable barriers? Abstract mathematician Eugenia Cheng is the author of a new book about how logic can help us agree—or at least disagree more helpfully. She walks Ira through the fallacies, axioms, and even emotions that can inform our arguments. Plus: Sarah Kaplan, science reporter at the Washington Post, joins Ira to talk about this year’s Nobel Prizes and efforts to make the awards more representative of the diversity in science, and other top science headlines, in this week's News Round-up.
10/5/2018 podtrac.com
On Point: Ellie Kemper's Journey From An Ordinary Midwest Childhood To Hollywood
The irrepressible Ellie Kemper discusses her journey from a seemingly ordinary Midwestern childhood to starring in the unusual dark comedy, the "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," with David Folkenflik.
10/5/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Latest On Kavanaugh, Trump's Taxes, New Trade Deal
The FBI's Kavanaugh file. Trump's taxes. A new trade deal. And an Amazon wage hike. Catherine Rampell, Jackie Kucinich and Jack Beatty join David Folkenflik.
10/5/2018 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Tom Arnold And Jill Sobule: Nostalgia Kills
Ask Me Another relives the 1990s with two special guests: Comedian Tom Arnold discusses his early job at a meatpacking plant, breaking into comedy, and his new Viceland series. Then, singer-songwriter Jill Sobule joins Jonathan Coulton to perform a music parody game.
10/5/2018 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Drew Michael and Vinnie Tortorich
Drew Michael talks about his innovative new HBO standup special, and mining comedy out of awkward scenarios. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich returns to discuss Sonny’s ‘Halloween Diet’ and to have a bite of Gina’s latest ‘Eat Your Feelings’ recipe.
10/5/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Drew Michael and Vinnie Tortorich
Drew Michael talks about his innovative new HBO standup special, and mining comedy out of awkward scenarios. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich returns to discuss Sonny’s ‘Halloween Diet’ and to have a bite of Gina’s latest ‘Eat Your Feelings’ recipe.
10/5/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #925 Kat Timpf
After reviewing some video footage as discussed in the last show the guys welcome in Fox News contributor and huge Loveline fan Kathrine Timpf as their guest for the show today. Drew, Adam and Kat discuss the #MeToo movement and how dangerous it has become for people to express unpopular opinions in the public space. They also turn to the phones and answer some listener questions including one from a caller wanting the guys thoughts on a 'Men's Movement' and another who is still a virgin at an advanced age and wants to know if he should tell the girl he's recently started seeing.
10/5/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Kavanaugh vote looms as voices of protest rise
9:00 Kavanaugh vote looms as GOP pushes and voices of protest rise9:26 Meager FBI report no help to senators conflicted over Kavanaugh9:40 Women rush to Washington to make objections to Kavanaugh heard9:46 Booker: FBI Kavanaugh report not a sincere effort to find truth9:55 Trump campaign demands Kavanaugh confirmation... to the Senate??
10/5/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: Inside The Current State Of College Drinking Culture
College drinking culture today. Students Madeleine D'Angelo, Brianna Pickhardt and Jack McCarthy, along with professor Wesley Perkins, talk about their habits and attitudes around alcohol with Meghna Chakrabarti.
10/4/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Did Brett Kavanaugh Lie Under Oath? The Cases For And Against
A forensic legal examination of Brett Kavanaugh's testimony. Nathan Robinson, editor of Current Affairs, has a detailed analysis challenging what Kavanaugh said. Meghna Chakrabarti hears him and gets pushback from Anneke E. Green.
10/4/2018 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: EXPERTS ON EXPERT: Yuval Noah Harari
In this episode of Experts on Expert, the Armchair Expert speaks to author, professor and Israeli historian, Yuval Noah Harari. In this far too brief episode, Yuval discusses the differences between our experiential and narrative selves, he talks about a not so distant future in which AI will drastically alter the workforce and he theorizes on why the technological evolution could potentially warrant the return of communism. The two discuss the idea of myths, virtual reality and security. Dax and Monica mourn the fact that they only had an hour with Yuval and Dax takes an armcherry song request in the fact check.  Yuval Noah Harari is a tenured professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of the international bestsellers Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.
10/4/2018 audio.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Selecting A Stack For Your Side Hustle
When selecting a development stack for a side project, you need to maximize the amount of time that you have available for actually getting things done. The goal of a working side hustle is to make extra money on the side, not to be vehicle for exploring a new framework, language, or approach.Read more ›<!-- end of .read-more -->
10/4/2018 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Michael Ironside plays Hollywood Hand Me Downs, plus RJ’s Parlay
Michael Ironside sits down for a podcast about his legendary career, and to play a round of ‘Hollywood Hand Me Downs’. Plus, RJ Bell calls in with this week’s NFL picks, and to comment on the upcoming Khabib-McGregor fight
10/4/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Michael Ironside plays Hollywood Hand Me Downs, plus RJ’s Parlay
Michael Ironside sits down for a podcast about his legendary career, and to play a round of ‘Hollywood Hand Me Downs’. Plus, RJ Bell calls in with this week’s NFL picks, and to comment on the upcoming Khabib-McGregor fight
10/4/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #924 The School-To-Deportation Pipeline
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the dramatic changes in the frequency of divorces in America. Adam also uses a basketball metaphor to try to drive home his fairly simple point about successful families. The guys also discuss the new pipeline that has apparently developed in our country as well as speaking to callers including one with a new job managing customer service at a Home Depot and another who is looking for advice on getting out of an annoying workplace requirement and more.
10/4/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Kavanaugh fails own standard of judicial temperament
9:00 Principles aside, FBI bends to pressure, Republicans have learned9:08 Kavanaugh fails own test of judicial temperament9:37 Catfish ugly but yummy: NBC News9:42 Reason for hacking case referral to Mueller investigation unclear9:56 Republicans set schedule for viewing FBI Kavanaugh report
10/4/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: What We Really Know — And Don't Know — About Obesity
The obesity epidemic is getting worse. But what if presumptions about the causes and consequences of obesity are wrong? Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Michael Hobbes, Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford and Dr. Aurora Pryor.
10/3/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Beto O'Rourke, Ted Cruz And What The Texas Senate Race Means For The Country
The Texas Senate race. Democrat Beto O'Rourke may be within striking distance of Republican Sen. Ted Cruz. Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Ashley Lopez, Abby Livingston and Brandon Rottinghaus about what the race means for the state and the country.
10/3/2018 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Lisa D’Apolito
Lisa D’Apolito talks with Adam about the new Gilda Radner documentary. Plus, the guys talk about Bill Cosby’s first week in prison, Elon Musk stepping down as chairman of Tesla, and a gender reveal gone horribly wrong.
10/3/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Lisa D’Apolito
Lisa D’Apolito talks with Adam about the new Gilda Radner documentary. Plus, the guys talk about Bill Cosby’s first week in prison, Elon Musk stepping down as chairman of Tesla, and a gender reveal gone horribly wrong.
10/3/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #923 Wished Into The Cornfield
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about how these days people are losing their careers in an instant and compare it to a vintage episode of 'The Twilight Zone'. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who believes that Dr. Drew has become depressed lately and he knows why, his theory including the idea that fear are branches on the tree of anger.
10/3/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 389: Pie Chart
This week, we discuss Project Stream, Made by Google event preview, Sony Xperia XZ3 hands-on, RED's delayed Hydrogen One, LG V40 ThinQ and it's five cameras, Wear OS 2.1 roll-out, Voice Access by Google, your email, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bandainamcoent.google.pacralphRyan - Niagara Launcher - fresh & clean (Unreleased) (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bitpit.launcherRon - Idea Note - Voice Note, Floating Note, Idea Pill (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goyourfly.bigideaThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll389 Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: expressvpn.com/allaboutandroid LastPass.com/twit
10/3/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 389: Pie Chart
This week, we discuss Project Stream, Made by Google event preview, Sony Xperia XZ3 hands-on, RED's delayed Hydrogen One, LG V40 ThinQ and it's five cameras, Wear OS 2.1 roll-out, Voice Access by Google, your email, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bandainamcoent.google.pacralphRyan - Niagara Launcher - fresh & clean (Unreleased) (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bitpit.launcherRon - Idea Note - Voice Note, Floating Note, Idea Pill (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goyourfly.bigideaThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll389 Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: expressvpn.com/allaboutandroid LastPass.com/twit
10/3/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 389: Pie Chart
This week, we discuss Project Stream, Made by Google event preview, Sony Xperia XZ3 hands-on, RED's delayed Hydrogen One, LG V40 ThinQ and it's five cameras, Wear OS 2.1 roll-out, Voice Access by Google, your email, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bandainamcoent.google.pacralphRyan - Niagara Launcher - fresh & clean (Unreleased) (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bitpit.launcherRon - Idea Note - Voice Note, Floating Note, Idea Pill (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goyourfly.bigideaThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll389 Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: expressvpn.com/allaboutandroid LastPass.com/twit
10/3/2018 podtrac.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 389: Pie Chart
This week, we discuss Project Stream, Made by Google event preview, Sony Xperia XZ3 hands-on, RED's delayed Hydrogen One, LG V40 ThinQ and it's five cameras, Wear OS 2.1 roll-out, Voice Access by Google, your email, and more! Read our show notes here.Jason - PAC-MAN: Ralph Breaks the Maze (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bandainamcoent.google.pacralphRyan - Niagara Launcher - fresh & clean (Unreleased) (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bitpit.launcherRon - Idea Note - Voice Note, Floating Note, Idea Pill (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goyourfly.bigideaThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll389 Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: expressvpn.com/allaboutandroid LastPass.com/twit
10/3/2018 podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Fraud of Trump's self-made persona exposed in father's financial documents
9:00 Kavanaugh investigation reportedly near end despite loose ends9:03 New hacking case referred to Robert Mueller investigation9:05 Fraud of Trump's self-made persona exposed in father's financials9:23 Trumps used fraud, tax dodges to take on father's fortune: NYT9:35 Inconsistencies in Trump taxes raised red flags for NYT reporters9:45 Trumps could face legal liability for newly exposed schemes9:51 Confidence shaky in restricted FBI investigation of Kavanaugh
10/3/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: 'How To Stay Alive': Adventurer Bear Grylls Shares His Survival Tips
Globe-trotting adventurer Bear Grylls wants to get you off the couch and awaken your inner wild child. He shares his ultimate survival tips with Meghna Chakrabarti.
10/2/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Kavanaugh And The Politicization Of The Supreme Court
Could the Kavanaugh nomination controversy damage the Supreme Court itself? We'll look at the effect ever-deeper politicization is having on the high court.
10/2/2018 play.podtrac.com
Undiscovered: Plants And Prejudice
Are non-native species all that bad, or are we just prejudiced against “the Other”? In the San Francisco Bay Area, one particular foreign species has been dividing environmentalists for years: the blue gum eucalyptus. Eucalyptus opponents say it’s a serious fire hazard. Defenders say there’s no good evidence it’s worse than native plants. Which is it? And is the fight against non-native species grounded in science or xenophobia? In this episode of Undiscovered, Annie and Elah investigate.    GUESTS  Fred Pearce, environmental journalist and author of The New Wild Norman La Force, Sierra Club, San Francisco Bay Chapter Dan Grassetti, Hills Conservation Network Sara Kuebbing, Assistant Professor of invasion ecology at the University of Pittsburgh   FOOTNOTES Read about the Bay Area’s eucalyptus debate. Watch the debate between Norman and Dan in full, courtesy of Ray Madrigal. Browse this website by a pro-eucalyptus activist and this page from the San Francisco Sierra Club, which wants to remove eucalyptus trees in some areas. Invasion biologists defend their field and dispute allegations of xenophobia. Sara Kuebbing has also found that land managers aren’t arbitrarily eradicating non-native species, but selectively removing ones they deem harmful. Mark Davis, a biologist who’s critical of invasion biology, covers some of the field’s history in his book, Invasion Biology. Still want more? Check out these think pieces defending non-native species, including Michael Pollan’s article and Stephen Jay Gould’s essay. And for a completely different perspective, check out these sources on the impacts of non-native species, including an early study that attempted a rough calculation of their global economic cost.   CREDITS Undiscovered is reported and produced by Elah Feder and Annie Minoff. Our senior editor is Christopher Intagliata, our composer is Daniel Peterschmidt, and our intern is Kaitlyn Schwalje. We had fact checking help for this episode from Michelle Harris. I Am Robot And Proud wrote our theme. Thank you to the whole Science Friday staff and to the many people on both sides of this issue who spent hours talking to us, taking Elah for nature walks, and providing us with documents.
10/2/2018 podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: #347: Eric Jonas
Drew and Eric discuss the neuronal basis of brain function and how understanding microprocessors might help reveal some insights and patterns that have yet to be understood. They also discuss memory and new technologies for unlocking the brain’s secrets.
10/2/2018 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Orny Adams
Comedian Orny Adams sits down for a podcast about the Kavanaugh hearings, being mentored by Garry Shandling, and Adam’s awesome Porsche event over the weekend.
10/2/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Orny Adams
Comedian Orny Adams sits down for a podcast about the Kavanaugh hearings, being mentored by Garry Shandling, and Adam’s awesome Porsche event over the weekend.
10/2/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #922 They're Exacerbating The Problem
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some of the times in history when people have been able to be declared guilty based entirely on accusations and how that's bled into what we are dealing with in today's climate. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is considering smoking weed with his 18 year old child and wants advice and Adam uses the opportunity to drill down on some of his ideas around accessibility. They also speak to a caller who is recently divorced and has discovered that his ex is dating a friend of his and more.
10/2/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: New Kavanaugh stories emerge as FBI investigation gets off to rough start
9:00 New Kavanaugh stories emerge as FBI investigation has rough start9:17 Outreach from Kavanaugh witnesses outpaces FBI investigation9:25 Trump tweets irrelevant to actual FBI directives on Kavanaugh9:33 GOP prosecutor leaps to conclusion despite incomplete testimony9:44 Trump casual insult of female reporter illustrates political gulf9:49 Steve Kornacki on the origins of Americans deep political divide9:58 Manafort talking with Mueller, as outlined in plea agreement
10/2/2018 rss.art19.com
On Point: Would The U.S. Be Able To Endure Another Financial Crisis?
Sheila Bair was the head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) during the 2008 financial crisis. She tells Meghna Chakrabarti that American democracy may not be able to withstand another bank bailout.
10/1/2018 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Week Ahead: Kavanaugh FBI Investigation, NAFTA Deal And More
Top reporters help us look ahead to the week's news, including what could be a pivotal moment for the Senate and the Supreme Court.
10/1/2018 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Wendi McLendon-Covey
Wendi McLendon-Covey (Reno 911, Bridesmaids, The Goldbergs) is an American actress and comedian. Wendi sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss their time at the Groundlings together, she talks about her family’s initial disapproval in her career and she reminisces on the horror of commercial auditions. Wendi talks about her decision to not have children and Dax tells of the time a hotel had to change their protocol due to one of his sexual encounters. The two touch on the topic of monogamy in Hollywood, they speculate on why there hasn’t been a sequel to Bridesmaids and Monica and Dax go on a field trip for the fact check.
10/1/2018 audio.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Gina and Bryan, with Dave Dameshek
Dave Dameshek joins Gina Grad and Bald Bryan for a podcast about Tool Tunes, Actor Redundancies, and the World Championship of Guacamole.
10/1/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Gina and Bryan, with Dave Dameshek
Dave Dameshek joins Gina Grad and Bald Bryan for a podcast about Tool Tunes, Actor Redundancies, and the World Championship of Guacamole.
10/1/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #921 Why Have Employees?
Adam and Dr. Drew open up the show talking about the decades long evolution of the feminist movement and how the current state of our culture has lead it to where it exists now. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller with questions about how to cope with insecurities, another who wants to tell Adam and Drew about both his new car and ability to get things done despite his long running battle with stage 2 rectal cancer. They also speak to a caller who wants the guys take on the recent Norm Macdonald controversy and more.
10/1/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!: Jon Hamm
Jon Hamm, actor, joins us along with panelists Maz Jobrani, Jessi Klein, and Alonzo Bodden.
9/29/2018 play.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Democrats questioned Kavanaugh's credibility even before the assault allegations
9:00 Flake delays Kavanaugh confirmation railroad with FBI demand9:12 Booker: Hearing showed need for FBI investigation of Kavanaugh9:19 Concern for comity, collegiality moved Flake on FBI concession9:27 What are the limits on scope of the FBI Kavanaugh investigation?9:38 Kavanaugh credibility questioned even before assault accusations9:45 Kavanaugh's partisan rage at hearing calls fitness into question9:52 Kavanaugh rant raises questions about his political impartiality
9/29/2018 rss.art19.com
Science Friday: Water Wars, Air Pollution And Fetuses, Electric Blue Clouds. Sept. 28, 2018, Part 2
Yemen is gripped by civil war—and some experts say it could be the first of many “water wars” to come, as the planet grows hotter and drier. In This Is the Way the World Ends: How Droughts and Die-Offs, Heat Waves and Hurricanes Are Converging on America, Jeff Nesbit writes of the Yemeni conflict and many other geopolitical consequences of a warming world, including the precarious future of the Indus River, under the control of China, India and Pakistan, and why Saudi Arabia’s biggest dairy company is buying farmland in the Arizona desert. Nesbit joins Ira to discuss the future of our planet.  Our understanding of how protective the placenta is during pregnancy has been changing. Some ingested substances, like alcohol and pthalates, are known to cross the boundary and cause harm. And in the case of air pollution, a mother’s exposure is increasingly correlated with health problems in the infant, from cardiovascular to neurodevelopment. But how do inhaled particles lead to these problems? New research in the Journal of American Medicine this month points to one potential mechanism: changes in the thyroid hormones, which are critical to early development. What’s going on—and what can be done to protect the most vulnerable from potentially lifelong health effects?  NASA’s PMC Turbo mission sent up a balloon to capture images of one of the rarest clouds, polar mesospheric clouds. These clouds, called noctilucent clouds, only form during the summer 50 miles up in the atmosphere, and they nucleate around meteor dust. Researchers explain what these clouds tell us about climate change and the physics of gravity waves and turbulence. 
9/28/2018 podtrac.com
On Point: How The Media Is Covering The Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh
The media's coverage of the Kavanaugh nomination and the allegations against him. David Folkenflik speaks with Jane Mayer, Jane Coaston and Kelly McBride.
9/28/2018 play.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Utah National Monuments, North Carolina Coal Ash, Asteroids. Sept. 28, 2018, Part 1
Back in December, the Trump administration announced reductions to two of Utah’s national monuments: Grand Staircase-Escalante, which runs from the Grand Canyon to Bryce Canyon National Park, and Bears Ears, newly established by the Obama administration just a year before. The reduction opened up nearly 2 million acres of previously protected federal land to fossil fuel and mineral exploitation, angering Native Americans, for whom the land is historically and spiritually significant, as well as environmentalists, archaeologists, and paleontologists.   Then, just this week, it was announced that a group of lawsuits to reverse the cuts would remain in federal court in Washington, D.C., rather than move to Utah, a decision the plaintiffs are celebrating. As the legal process continues, scientists are waiting to see what will happen to the newly excluded acreage, which still contains hundreds of thousands of sites they consider important. Will the Department of the Interior open the land completely to oil and gas extraction? And what specimens—ancient dinosaurs, mammals, fish, and more—could be lost? Two paleontologists and a law professor discuss the implications.  After Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina, historic flooding caused several dam breaches late last week—leading to a coal ash controversy. Now, an ongoing disagreement ensues between environmentalists and industry representatives about the levels of coal ash in the Cape Fear River near Wilmington, North Carolina. Last week, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, also known as JAXA, landed two rovers on the asteroid Ryugu. The Hayabusa2 mission will explore the surface of the asteroid, blast an impactor into it to study the core, and return to Earth with samples. And, Science Friday video producer Luke Groskin talks about his visit to a lab where scientists are mixing up recipes for asteroids here on Earth to help researchers test rovers for future missions. Plus, geologists and archeologists debate a new potential geologic age, starting around 4,200 years ago. 
9/28/2018 podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Kavanaugh And Ford, Trump At The U.N.
Kavanaugh and Ford under oath. President Trump at the U.N. Our roundtable of Kimberly Atkins, James Hohmann and Jack Beatty joins David Folkenflik.
9/28/2018 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: DeRay Mckesson: The Vest Is Yet To Come
Activist and host of Crooked Media's Pod Save The People, Deray Mckesson talks about his love of the X-Men, his iconic blue vest, smelly preteens, and his new book. Plus, meet a "Question Czar" in a new edition of Mystery Guest!
9/28/2018 play.podtrac.com
Radiolab: Breaking Bad News Bears
Today, a challenge: bear with us. We decided to shake things up at the show so we threw our staff a curveball, Walter Matthau-style. In two weeks time we told our producers to pitch, report, and produce stories about breaking news….or bears. What emerged was a sort of love letter for our honey-loving friends and a discovery that they embody so much more than we could have imagined: a town’s symbol for hope, a celebrity, a foe, and a clue to future ways we’ll deal with our changing environment.  This episode was reported and produced by Simon Adler, Molly Webster, Bethel Habte, Pat Walters, Matt Kielty, Rachael Cusick, Annie McEwen and Latif Nasser. Special thanks to Wendy Card, Marlene Zuk, Karyn Rode, Barbara Nielsen and Steven Amstrup at Polar Bears International, Jimmy Thomson, Adam Kudlak, Greg Durner, Todd Atwood, and Dawn Curtis and the Environment and Natural Resources Department of Northwest Territories. And thanks to composer Anthony Plog for allowing us to use the Fourth Movement of his "Fantasy Movement," "Very Fast and Manic," performed by Eufonix Quartet off of their album Nuclear Breakfast, available from Potenza Music.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
9/28/2018 podtrac.com
Truth, Politics and Power: WHY DEMOCRACY: Episode One of The Democracy Test
EPISODE ONE: WHY DEMOCRACY Why did Athens and Rome choose democracy in ancient times, and why did the founders decide to adapt a form of government that had been widely shunned for two millennia? In the first episode of a new six part special series, “The Democracy Test”, Harvard classicist and political philosopher Danielle Allen joins co-hosts Neal Conan and Heather Cox Richardson to argue that democracy arises from a love of liberty and the human desire to shape our own lives. And while she accepts that our democracy faces difficult challenges today, she also sees a surge of civic engagement, “amazing new energies,” that she believes will help us find a way through. “The Democracy Test,” from Truth, Politics and Power.
9/28/2018 feeds.soundcloud.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Totally Topical TiVo Trivia and Eat Your Feelings
Adam, Gina and Bryan play Totally Topical TiVo Trivia, eat the latest dish for Eat Your Feelings, and hope they don’t get ‘wished into the corn field’.
9/28/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Totally Topical TiVo Trivia and Eat Your Feelings
Adam, Gina and Bryan play Totally Topical TiVo Trivia, eat the latest dish for Eat Your Feelings, and hope they don’t get ‘wished into the corn field’.
9/28/2018 aw.noxsolutions.com