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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: David Sinclair
David Sinclair is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics at Harvard known for his research on aging and longevity mechanisms. David chats with the Armchair Expert on his field of advancing the age of an organism, the stigma around aging research and his existing accomplishment of reversing the age of eyes in mice. Dax asks why humans have evolved to die and David explains the epigenome and it’s part in longevity. The two talk about the ethical questions surrounding this issue and David explains the potential for erasing diseases eventually leading to 300 and 400 year long life spans.
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Complete Developer Podcast: Design Basics
Lots of developers will tell you that they aren't very good at design. While that may be true, it turns out that we all still have to do basic UI work in our jobs. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Design Basics appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS July 16)
Gina begins today’s news with updates on the Ghislaine Maxwell trial. The also talk about the evolution of ‘sex tapes’, the expensive Southern California housing market, and anti-Semitic remarks from both Nick Cannon and DeSean Jackson. Another news story is about Kanye West dropping out of the Presidential race. As the show wraps up, Adam and Dave Dameshek bring today’s Good Sports. Please support today’s sponsors: JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Download the Mercari App Once Upon A Time...In The Valley Podcast TruNiagen.com enter ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Andy Mulvihill on ‘Action Park’, plus ‘Palm Springs’ Baldywood (ACS July 16)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about what a great guy Jimmy Kimmel is. He also chats with Bryan and Gina about people who love the process over the results, and the guys chat with a caller about life and quarantines in Hawaii. Next up, Bald Bryan reviews the new Hulu film, ‘Palm Springs’, and the guys chat with one more caller about renaming sports teams. Later, Andy Mulvihill talks with the gang about the risks and rewards of ‘Action Park’, which was considered the world’s most dangerous amusement park. They also talk about interacting with Johnny Knoxville who made a movie about the place, what Andy’s dad did before he founded the park, and the experience of testing out some of the rides. Before the break, the guys talk about charter schools, what’s happening to the land that Action Park was originally built on, and a potential TV series about the place coming out soon. Please support today’s sponsors: JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Download the Mercari App Once Upon A Time...In The Valley Podcast TruNiagen.com enter ADAM
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The Rachel Maddow Show: City halves its coronavirus case rate after month of mask policy
July 15, 2020
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The Dr. Drew Podcast: Dr. Andrew Newberg
Dr. Andrew Newberg is a Professor in the Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences and Director of Research at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and he joins Dr. Drew to discuss a wide range of topics including his latest book 'The Rabbi’s Brain: Mystics, Moderns & the Science of Jewish Thinking'. Learn more at AndrewNewberg.com Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10, you can save up to 40% off select packages
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On Point: America's Reckoning With Racism: The History Already Made In 2020
In 1964, Bob Moses recruited young people from across the U.S. for Mississippi’s Freedom Summer. More than 50 years later, what does he make of activism in American streets? Meghna Chakrabarti talks with Bob Moses and Taylor Branch about this moment in American history.
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On Point: Back To School: What Can Parents, Teachers And Kids Expect This Fall?
There’s a sense of panic about going back to school. We push past simplistic debate and take a close look at the actual decisions families and educators are making around the country. Dana Goldstein, Chris Guerrieri, Jessyca Mathews, Angela Orange and Guadalupe Guerrero join Meghna Chakrabarti.
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Ed Calderon on Border Relations, Massacres, and Cartels during the Coronavirus Pandemic (ACS July 15)
Adam sits down with Ed Calderon one-on-on for Part 2 of today’s podcast. Adam asks him for his thoughts on border relationships between the US and Mexico, what happens when police get pulled out of neighborhoods, and what weapons are best for home defense. Adam then asks Ed about the massacre that happened at a ‘rehab facility’ in Mexico, as well as what he knows about Edward James Olmos being threatened while trying to make a movie. Later they discuss how much it costs to kill someone, a busload of protestors that mysteriously disappeared after another massacre outside of Mexico City, and if there’s any hope for the future of Mexico. As their conversation wraps up, Ed speculates what the cartels are up to during the Coronavirus pandemic. Stick around for today’s Good Sports! Please support today’s sponsors: BetOnline enter PODCASTONE LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam, Bryan and Gina on Bari Weiss’ NY Times Resignation, plus The Rotten Tomatoes Game (ACS July 15)
At the top of the show, Adam shares his thoughts on the latest generational divide, and older people having anxiety about not pleasing the younger generation. They go on to talk about Bari Weiss’ resignation from the NY Times, and Adam rants about our children not being the future we hoped for. Later, the guys play a Beach-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, and Gina reads news stories about the death of Naya Rivera, Chuck Woolery’s recent viral tweet, and how Berlin is getting people to wear masks. Before the break, Gina reads one last news story about an unopened Super Mario Bros. cartridge selling for over $100,000 at auction. Please support today’s sponsors: BetOnline enter PODCASTONE LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1299 They Were Wrong About EVERYTHING
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing TV in the 70s, specifically citing their love of The Love Boat as Adam shares with Drew a late 70s/early 80s ABC TV promo he recently saw. The discussion then turns to change as they discuss the idea of how much they have changed over the years that they have spent broadcasting together. Please Support Our Sponsors: TruNiagen.com Code ADS The Jordan Harbinger Show LifeLock.com Code ADAM
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Concerns raised of corrupted data as Trump orders bypass of CDC
July 14, 2020
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All About Android (Audio): AAA 481: Leak Week: Nest Speaker, Pixel 4a, Galaxy Tab S7
Google Nest speaker leaks and Google embraces it.Pixel 4a is published to the Canadian Google Store prematurely.Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 has leaked ahead of the August event.Android 11 Beta 2 brings Platform Stability for developers.Android engineers participate in a Reddit AMA.Android 10 update numbers are better than any other version.Google Play Pass gets expanded to new markets.Microsoft and Google partner up on Progressive Web App tools.Ron Richards checks out Hey for email.Read our shownotes: http://twit.to/aaa481shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com ZipRecruiter.com/android
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All About Android (Video): AAA 481: Leak Week: Nest Speaker, Pixel 4a, Galaxy Tab S7
Google Nest speaker leaks and Google embraces it.Pixel 4a is published to the Canadian Google Store prematurely.Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 has leaked ahead of the August event.Android 11 Beta 2 brings Platform Stability for developers.Android engineers participate in a Reddit AMA.Android 10 update numbers are better than any other version.Google Play Pass gets expanded to new markets.Microsoft and Google partner up on Progressive Web App tools.Ron Richards checks out Hey for email.Read our shownotes: http://twit.to/aaa481shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com ZipRecruiter.com/android
1d ago chtbl.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Bonus Podcast: Tur-Bill Tax
Do your taxes with Bill Kurtis.
1d ago play.podtrac.com
On Point: In 'Big Friendship,' Best Friends Share How To Stay Close For The Long Haul
The best friends behind the podcast “Call Your Girlfriend.” Their new book details what it takes to maintain long distance friendships. Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman join Meghna Chakrabarti.
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On Point: SCOTUS: A Recap Of A Surprising Supreme Court Term And Look Ahead To Fall
The Supreme Court has surprised both the left and right with rulings on abortion, presidential power, LGBTQ rights and more. Is Chief Justice John Roberts showing that this court can rise above partisanship? We recap the biggest cases of this term and look ahead to the fall. Joan Biskupic, Lawrence Lessig, Stephen Henderson and Lori Windham join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1d ago dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Ted Cruz on School Choice, Mob Violence, and Playing Basketball with Jimmy Kimmel; plus Michael Knowles (ACS July 14)
Adam sits down with Ted Cruz one-on-on for Part 2 of today’s podcast. The conversation opens with talk about Ted’s knowledge of the law, and how politicians have shifted away from saying that they love America. They also discuss the problems with socialism and wanting to control people, the terrible political situation in China, and trying to help people get back to work instead of trapping them to be reliant on the government. Later they talk about the importance of having a reliable education, the need for competition in the school system, and Democrats becoming the party of elites. Other topics of conversation include progressives finding oppression everywhere, and the dangers of mob violence. In the last part of the show, Ted’s podcast co-host Michael Knowles enters the studio to comment on their love of Dennis Prager, playing basketball against Jimmy Kimmel, and the loss of irony in our society. Please support today’s sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer BetOnline enter PODCASTONE LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM
2d ago pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam, Bryan and Gina on Swamp Coolers, LA Unified School District, and More California Lockdowns (ACS July 14)
At the top of the show, Adam talks about stadium food and off-brand clothing, which leads to a conversation about swamp coolers and poor people mentality. The guys then take calls about defunding the police, and LAUSD not opening in fall. Gina follows up with news stories about California’s re-opening rolling back once again, as well as the deaths of Kelly Preston and Naya Rivera. Other stories include the first female joining the Green Berets, a chess champ’s YouTube channel being pulled for containing ‘harmful dangerous content’, and a McDonald’s customer in trouble for attacking a seagull that tried to get his food. Before the break, Adam rants about people who don’t use their turn signals. Please support today’s sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer BetOnline enter PODCASTONE LiquidIV.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Officials begin to roll back reopenings as COVID-19 cases explode
July 13, 2020
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On Point: Survival Of The Kindest: Can Our Better Nature Help Us Build A Better World?
We discuss the lessons of the classic novel “Lord of the Flies.” Should humans be living by the notion of survival of the fittest — or survival of the kindest? Rutger Bregman and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2d ago dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Economic Roundtable: Checking In On The Economy As COVID-19 Surges
Our favorite finance experts are back. We get an update from Rana Foroohar and Michelle Singletary on how the economy is handling reopening — and re-closing — because of COVID-19. Rana Foroohar and Michelle Singletary join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2d ago dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: John Legend
John Legend is an American singer, songwriter, producer, actor, and philanthropist. John chats with the armchair expert about skipping multiple grades as a kid and how music saved him. He talks about his claim to fame working on Lauryn Hill’s record in college and he explains why his hair still looks so groomed in quarantine. Dax wonders if having kids has changed John’s career and John talks about why he participated in the R Kelly documentary. Dax and John talk about their histories of cheating and John talks about his creative process.
7/13/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Chloe Valdary (ACS July 13th)
In the second half, Adam sits down with writer and fellow PragerU presenter, Chloé Valdary. They speak about the need for change in laws, the loss of competition in schools and how situations can be perceived as racist. Plus, Chloe shares how she came up with her program, The Theory of Enchantment, and Adam shares his relationship with stoicism. Please support today’s sponsors: Lifelock.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com Geico.com CutsClothing.com/ADAM
7/13/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Vinnie Tortorich + Goya Boycott, Will Smith, & Sports Illustrated News (ACS July 13)
Adam opens the show getting an update from Vinnie Tortorich on weight gain during the quarantine. Then Vinnie gives some tips on the proper way you should be exercising if burning fat is the goal. After that, Adam recalls a disappointing conversation he had with his dad about Dennis Prager. The guys also chat about short term and long term goals in relation to fitness and lifestyle. Adam plays a clip from last week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt where Mark Geragos gives his take on who Jeffrey Epstein’s fixer Ghislaine Maxwell picked to be her attorney. Then the gang gives their opinions on recent news stories including: Goya Foods CEO praising President Donald Trump, Jada Pinkett Smith having an extramarital affair, Cecil The Lion’s killer Walter Palmer killing again, the first transgender person to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and USC going back online. Please support today’s sponsors: Lifelock.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com Geico.com CutsClothing.com/ADAM
7/13/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1298 Humiliate, Castrate & Denigrate
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with another candid update from Dr. Drew on the state of the Covid-19 pandemic and how it differs from place to place. Adam then recounts for Dr. Drew the recent tour that he gave his son of some of his horrible childhood homes & they commiserate on how often they heard the word ‘no’ as children. Please Support Our Sponsors: GetRoman.com/ADS TommyJohn.com/ADS LifeLock.com Code ADAM
7/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Radiolab: The Flag and the Fury
How do you actually make change in the world? For 126 years, Mississippi has had the Confederate battle flag on their state flag, and they were the last state in the nation where that emblem remained “officially” flying.  A few days ago, that flag came down. A few days before that, it coming down would have seemed impossible. We dive into the story behind this de-flagging: a journey involving a clash of histories, designs, families, and even cheerleading.  This episode was reported and produced by Shima Oliaee, with production assistance from Annie McEwen and Bethel Habte.  It was a collaboration between OSM Audio and Radiolab. You can check out upcoming releases from OSM at: https://www.osmaudio.com/ To read or listen to Kiese Laymon's memoir Heavy: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Heavy/Kiese-Laymon/9781501125669. To visit the Hospitality Flag website: https://declaremississippi.com/.
7/12/2020 podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Jameela Jamil
Jameela Jamil, actor, joins us along with panelists Paula Poundstone, Maz Jobrani, and Maeve Higgins.
7/11/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Jo Koy, Greg Fitzsimmons & Rob Riggle
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Jo Koy and Adam Carolla is Unprepared (2018) 2. MS-13 with Rob Riggle Live (2018) 3. Jeff Cesario as Chet Waterhouse (2017) 4. A.J. Baime (2014) 5. Greg Fitzsimmons and Big Tad Live (2011) 6. Comedy Sequel Rotten Tomatoes Game (2015) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Request clips: [email protected] TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carolla-classics/id1454001697?mt=2 Support the show: Visit Meater.com and use code CLASSICS Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics Visit MethodMen.com and use the code Classic Visit CoolerShock.com and use the code ADAM Visit Geico.com Visit LifeLock.com/Adam
7/11/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump commutes prison sentence of key Russia scandal figure Roger Stone
July 10, 2020
7/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Bob the Drag Queen And Camila Mendes: We're Here... To Play Games!
Bob the Drag Queen is back! The drag star, from RuPaul's Drag Race, tells us about traveling across the country for HBO's We're Here and plays a grab-bag game that finally brings together Whoopi Goldberg, Kesha, and... clowns? Plus, Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes (Palm Springs) plug their noses through a game about things that stink, and comedians Laurie Kilmartin (CONAN) and Erin Jackson (Last Comic Standing) CRASH BOOM ROAR in a game about iconic movie sound effects.
7/10/2020 play.podtrac.com
On Point: The Origins Of The Extremist 'Boogaloo' Movement
Libertarian extremists known as the boogaloo bois are now linked with at least two murders. We look at the origins of the movement. Cassie Miller, Kathleen Belew and Justin Hansford join Anthony Brooks.
7/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: COVID-19 Surge, Student Visa Rule, SCOTUS Decision
The weekly news roundup is here. We discuss the COVID-19 surge, the presidential push to reopen schools, the limit to student visas and more. Betsy Woodruff Swan, Jack Beatty, Verónica Zaragovia and Kat Stafford join Anthony Brooks.
7/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Great Indoors, Science Museums, Who Owns The Sky. July 10, 2020, Part 2
A whole lot of folks’ summer plans have been cut short this season. Maybe you were planning a family road trip to visit a national park. Or your local science museum. Now, you can watch from home, as Emily Graslie, executive producer, host, and writer for the PBS series “Prehistoric Road Trip,” takes us along for the ride to some of the big geologic sites across the country. She talks about the future of museums and science communication. “Prehistoric Road Trip” is currently streaming on pbs.org.  There’s a whole thriving, diverse microbiome that lives in your home. One 2010 study of North Carolina homes found an average of 2,000 types of microbes per house. And there’s likely a menagerie of arthropods living with you, too. Another study found that homes contain an average population of about a hundred invertebrate species, including spiders, mites, earwigs, cockroaches, and moths. There’s no need to panic: These thriving ecosystems are doing us more good than we give them credit for. Children who grow up exposed to an abundance of microbes are less sensitive to allergens, and appear to have better developed immune systems throughout their lives. Science journalist Emily Anthes talks about the indoor microbiome in her new book, The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness. She joins Ira to discuss what she learned about the unique microbiome of her own home while writing the book, and the vast biodiversity of the indoors. In the last year, Elon Musk’s SpaceX company has launched more than 500 small satellites, the beginning of a project that Musk says will create a worldwide network of internet access for those who currently lack it. But there’s a problem: The reflective objects in their low-earth orbit shine brighter than actual stars in the 90 minutes after sunset. In astronomical images taken during these times, the ‘constellations’ of closely grouped satellites show up as bright streaks of light that distort images of far-away galaxies. With SpaceX planning to launch up to 12,000 satellites, and other companies contemplating thousands more, the entire night sky might change—and not just at twilight. Astronomers have voiced concerns that these satellites will disrupt sensitive data collection needed to study exoplanets, near-earth asteroids, dark matter, and more. And there’s another question on the minds of scientists, photographers, Indigenous communities, and everyone else who places high value on the darkness of the night sky: Who gets to decide to put all these objects in space in the first place?  Astronomers Aparna Venkatesan and James Lowenthal discuss the risks of too many satellites, both to science and culture, and why it may be time to update the laws that govern space to include more voices. Plus, astronomer Annette Lee of the Lakota tribe sends a message about her cultural relationship with the night sky. Plus, NASA is asking amateur astronomers and photography enthusiasts to take as many pictures as they can of the Starlink “streaks.” You can help NASA document the night sky—and the changes happening there—by uploading your sky photos to the Satellite Streak Watcher research project. All you need to get started is a digital camera or smartphone, a tripod, and a long exposure on a clear evening. Click here to participate!
7/10/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Degrees of Change: Changing Behavior. July 10, 2020, Part 1
Over the past months, our Degrees of Change series has looked at some of the many ways our actions affect the climate, and how our changing climate is affecting us—from the impact of the fashion industry on global emissions to the ways in which coastal communities are adapting to rising tides. But beyond the graphs and figures, how do you get people to actually take action? And are small changes in behavior enough—or is a reshaping of society needed to deal with the climate crisis? Climate journalist Eric Holthaus and Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, founder of the Urban Ocean Lab, talk with Ira about creating a climate revolution, the parallels between the climate crisis and other conversations about social structures like Black Lives Matter, and the challenges of working towards a better future in the midst of the chaos of 2020. Then Matthew Goldberg, a researcher at the Yale Project on Climate Communication, shares some tips for having difficult climate conversations with friends and family.  More than 200 scientists this week wrote a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO), reporting there’s a good chance that COVID-19 can be spread through the air. While the WHO has previously said most transmission happens from direct contact with droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze, these experts say the virus can actually stay suspended in the air. If this is true, it’s bad news for people who gather in crowded, poorly ventilated spaces. A lot of questions remain, however, about if this is accurate.  Joining Ira to talk about this story, and more is Nsikan Akpan, a science editor at National Geographic, based in Washington, D.C. 
7/10/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS July 10)
Judy Gold is hanging in for today’s news. Gina talks about Michael Cohen breaking his house arrest, continued quarantine rules for cross-state travels, and the disappearance of Glee actress Naya Rivera. Later they talk about the heroic rescue of a baby caught on tape, changes coming to Bob’s Big Boy, and the potential end of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. As the show wraps up, the guys give an update on the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard dispute, and Adam and Shek bring today’s Good Sports. Please support today’s sponsors: Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Netsuite.com/ADAM LegalZoom.com Geico.com
7/10/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Judy Gold, Dr. Drew, and Jordan Harbinger (ACS July 10)
Adam opens the show talking about curiosity. He also rants about steering our society toward a younger demographic, and the guys listen to a clip of him and Dr. Drew discussing the latest COVID-19 updates. Jordan Harbinger then joins the podcast to talk about multi-level marketing scammers and how to avoid them. Up next, comedian Judy Gold is on the line to talk about the dangers of trying to silence comedians. They also discuss their shared history, following your gut, and the ridiculousness of having 20-year-old know-nothings in charge of everything. Later they discuss Judy’s athletic kids, growing up as a tall girl, and developing her comedy chops through misery. Before the break, Adam asks her about working for Rosie O’Donnell. Please support today’s sponsors: Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Netsuite.com/ADAM LegalZoom.com Geico.com
7/10/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1297 Eric Roberts
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the idea of people as an 'individual' as opposed to a 'statistic' and how the confusion between the two is causing big problems in our society. Eric Roberts & his wife Eliza then join the show to talk about how they're holding up during the Coronavirus situation, getting back to work as an actor and how sets have changed as a result of the situation and how different age groups are acting differently on set. As the show wraps up they talk about a new sexual wellness product that Eric has been involved with promoting, The Phoenix. Please Support Our Sponsors: TruNiagen.com, code ADS LifeLock.com, code ADAM
7/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump learns from SCOTUS, some scandals don't just go away
July 9, 2020
7/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Coronavirus Economy: Are Big Banks On The Verge Of Financial Crisis?
Could the U.S. be on the verge of a financial crash? That's what Frank Partnoy considers in a recent article in The Atlantic. He joins us to talk about the possibility of a financial crash and the risks big banks are taking. Frank Partnoy and Rep. Katie Porter join Anthony Brooks.
7/9/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: The Evolution And Future Of The American Presidency
How the U.S. presidency became impossible. We talk to John Dickerson of CBS News about why he thinks the job is simply too much for anyone. John Dickerson and Kimberly Atkins join Anthony Brooks.
7/9/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Jud Brewer
Jud Brewer is an American psychiatrist, neuroscientist and author. He studies the neural mechanisms of mindfulness using fMRI technology and has used his findings to treat addictions. Jud chats with the Armchair Expert about contentment vs. excitement, how meditation dissolves the sense of self and the biological reasons humans have cravings. Dax talks about how food scientists flavor foods to lose their taste and Jud gives Dax and Monica a test on openness. The two talk about the neurological reasons we behave the way we do and Monica reveals a big update in the fact check.
7/9/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Types of Programmers: Knowledge Base
Whether you're a young genius, a forever dreamer, or a wise sage, you'll meet many different types of developers. The way they express their knowledge and skills can be boiled down into several personality archetypes. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Types of Programmers: Knowledge Base appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
7/9/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Danny Trejo 1-on-1, plus Good Sports (ACS July 9)
Danny Trejo joins Adam at the top of this half of today’s podcast. Adam asks Danny to share his story of growing up in the valley, going to prison, and breaking into showbiz before his 30th birthday. They also talk about maintaining a sense of humor, trying not to squander his potential, and teaching kids to be themselves. Later they discuss reconciling with his father, avoiding prison shanks, and how prison reform begins in the courthouse. As the show wraps up, Adam and Dave Dameshek bring today’s Good Sports. Please support today’s sponsors: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Meguiars.com
7/9/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Listener Calls and the News (ACS July 9)
At the top of today’s show, Bald Bryan spills his shake all over his gear. The guys discuss whether or not the shake was Vinnie approved, and Adam tells a story about an emergency poop situation. The guys go on to watch a video of people yelling about racism, and Adam takes calls about fear mentality, information overload, and Coronavirus cutting sports funding. Gina then reads news stories about Terry Crews and Don Lemon arguing about the Black Lives Matter movement, the death of Mary Kay Letourneau, and a Florida Man caught on video during a mask wearing argument. Before the break, the guys discuss the idea of ‘equal opportunity insanity’. Please support today’s sponsors: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Meguiars.com
7/9/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Desperate measures in Arizona as COVID-19 overwhelms hospitals
July 8, 2020
7/9/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Scott Carney
Journalist Scott Carney joins Dr. Drew today to discuss his experiences working with Wim Hof, his climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro and his new book 'The Wedge: Evolution, Consciousness, Stress and the Key to Human Resilience'. Learn more about Scott at his website ScottCarney.com Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10, you can save up to 40% off select packages
7/9/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: '14 Miles': A Look At The U.S.-Mexico Border, And The Lives Defined By It
We look at a 14-mile stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border. What does a border mean in an interconnected world? DW Gibson, Nicole Ramos, Serge Dedina and Stan Rodriguez join Anthony Brooks.
7/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Coronavirus Surge: How States Are Responding To A Spike In Cases
Months into the pandemic, coronavirus cases continue to spike across America. We check in around the country to see how different states are responding to this COVID-19 surge. Luis Carrasco, Dr. Celine Gounder, Dr. Saskia Popescu and Monica Alba join Anthony Brooks.
7/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS July 8)
Part 2 of today’s podcast opens with news stories about the latest ‘Karen’ freak-outs, more Coronavirus headlines, and Halle Berry’s apology after announcing she was considering playing a trans character. The guys also talk about why Ricky Gervais is still so beloved, and Gina reads a couple more news stories about Patrick Mahomes $500 million contract extension, and the return of Beavis and Butthead. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dave Dameshek present today’s Good Sports. Please support today’s sponsors: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Stamps.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
7/8/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Jason Whitlock and Randy Rainbow (ACS July 8)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about wanting Sonny to wrestle. He also talks about safety and parenting, and then takes a call from Jason Whitlock. The guys discuss why you need your own platform, and why people need to stop attacking masculinity, and start embracing the family unit. They then talk about the momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement, and go on to chat about what happens when you lose sight of the American Dream. Changing gears, Adam talks to Randy Rainbow about how he became a viral video star, the process of making his parody videos, and the applicable skills he learned from performing musical theater. Before the break, Adam asks Randy about his upcoming projects, his experiences performing on a cruise, and his hopes to perform live again soon. Please support today’s sponsors: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Stamps.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM Meguiars.com BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
7/8/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1296 It's Not Called Food & Makeup
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking to a California business owner who is beyond frustrated with the Covid shutdown and looking for advice. They also talk about their favorite 1970s TV show 'The Love Boat' specifically highlighting some of the questionable hairstyles from that era. They also discuss the fallout from Covid-19 and how different people are reacting to the pandemic. Please Support Our Sponsors: GetRoman.com/ADS LifeLock.com, code ADAM
7/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Rachel Maddow reads highlights from the new tell-all book by Mary Trump
July 7, 2020
7/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
All About Android (Audio): AAA 480: Sony Xperia 1 II & LG Velvet Impressions
Sony Xperia 1 II and LG Velvet hands-on, Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, Nearby Sharing. Samsung announces its Galaxy Unpacked event for the Note 20 series. David Imel goes hands-on with the Sony Xperia 1 II. Google's Nearby Sharing file sharing feature is in a limited beta. OnePlus's Nord event will be an augmented reality experience. David Imel reviews the LG Velvet smartphone. Google discontinues the Pixel 3a.Will the Pixel 4a and the Pixel 5 release at the same time? Dark Sky gets another month on Android. Google+ is folded into Google Currents for Enterprise users. Florence Ion reviews Weather Live. A lively debate on the usefulness of Wear OS watches. What is the right amount of RAM for a device that relies on Google Assistant? Read our show notes here: http://twit.to/aaa480shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: David Imel Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: ZipRecruiter.com/android
7/8/2020 chtbl.com
All About Android (Video): AAA 480: Sony Xperia 1 II & LG Velvet Impressions
Sony Xperia 1 II and LG Velvet hands-on, Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, Nearby Sharing. Samsung announces its Galaxy Unpacked event for the Note 20 series. David Imel goes hands-on with the Sony Xperia 1 II. Google's Nearby Sharing file sharing feature is in a limited beta. OnePlus's Nord event will be an augmented reality experience. David Imel reviews the LG Velvet smartphone. Google discontinues the Pixel 3a.Will the Pixel 4a and the Pixel 5 release at the same time? Dark Sky gets another month on Android. Google+ is folded into Google Currents for Enterprise users. Florence Ion reviews Weather Live. A lively debate on the usefulness of Wear OS watches. What is the right amount of RAM for a device that relies on Google Assistant? Read our show notes here: http://twit.to/aaa480shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: David Imel Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: ZipRecruiter.com/android
7/8/2020 chtbl.com
On Point: The (Surprisingly) Brief History Of Handwashing
Handwashing can kill the coronavirus. But you may be surprised how short the history of handwashing actually is among humans. Miryam Wahrman, Peter Ward and Emma Robbins join Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Grief At A Distance: How Coronavirus Has Changed The Way We Mourn
Mourning the loss of a loved one in the time of coronavirus. We talk about Zoom funerals and bereavement at a distance. Thomas Lynch and Nora McInerny join Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Depravity of Trump admin family separation policy seen in new book
July 6, 2020
7/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: AJ Baime (ACS July 7)
Adam welcomes AJ Baime to the show next, and Adam asks him about his process for writing such entertaining books. AJ then talks about the success of the film ‘Ford V. Ferrari’, and they go on to chat about his latest book, ‘Dewey Defeats Truman’. Other topics of conversation include tearing down statues, actors who are funnier/less funny than you think, and the brilliance of Bryan Cranston. Later, Gina reads news stories about Kanye’s Tweet about running for President, the Bubonic Plague returning to China, and a new tell-all book coming from President Trump’s niece. AJ also explains how this year’s election is remarkably similar to the Truman vs. Dewey election cycle, and the show wraps up with Adam and AJ discussing vices as they apply to getting your work done. Please support today’s sponsors: JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM CutsClothing.com/ADAM
7/7/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: The ‘Hamilton’ Phenomenon, Mental Illness, and the Rotten Tomatoes Game (ACS July 7)
As the show opens up, the guys talk about the ‘Hamilton’ phenomenon. They also talk about diversity in Southern California, the problems with living in the past and requesting time machine apologies, and more hypocrisy from our leaders when it comes to enforcing laws. Adam then tells Bryan and Gina about an MMA fight he was watching, and the half wraps up with a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Please support today’s sponsors: JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com Lifelock.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM CutsClothing.com/ADAM
7/7/2020 pdst.fm
On Point: What We Learn From Pandemic Lit
Can pandemic literature serve as a tool to understand this pandemic? Authors Tom Perrotta, Geraldine Brooks and Lawrence Wright tell us what they think. Geraldine Brooks, Tom Perrotta and Lawrence Wright join Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: What We Learn From FDR's New Deal
Lessons from the New Deal. It wasn’t one big package wrapped in political consensus. We look at the real, messy process that pulled the U.S. out of the Great Depression. Lizabeth Cohen and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Emily Mortimer
Emily Mortimer (Lars and the Real Girl, Shutter Island, The Newsroom) is an English actress and screenwriter. Emily chats with the Armchair Expert about her newfound realization of her social anxiety, her mother’s patronization and overcoming a lazy eye in her first big movie. Dax wonders what it’s like working for Aaron Sorkin and Emily Is forced to define many British words. The two talk about the power of delivering a message via horror movie and Emily talks about her early nepotistic start in show business.
7/6/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Sean Penn on CORE COVID Testing, Cancel Culture, and Fast Times (ACS July 6)
Adam welcomes actor, filmmaker and humanitarian Sean Penn to the show to talk about Sean’s disaster relief non-profit organization CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort) which is currently administering free COVID-19 tests across the United States. Then Adam tells a story about going out drinking after Loveline one night with Sean’s late Chris Penn. This leads to a discussion about Sean’s father Leo Penn who was also an actor and a WWII veteran. Before the break they talk about their shared experiences with woodworking. After the break, Adam brings up Sean’s father again, who was blacklisted by Hollywood due to his political beliefs, and asks for Sean’s thoughts on today’s cancel culture. For more on today’s sponsors: JB Weld – World’s Strongest Bond SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer
7/6/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Renaming The Washington Redskins + Weekend Recap (ACS July 6)
At the top of the show Adam talks about visit Jay Leno’s garage with Sonny over the weekend. He also tells the awkward story about his mom that he alluded to last week. The gang also discusses the latest stories in the news including: The incredible amount of fireworks going off in Los Angeles on the 4th, the winners of Nathan’s annual hot dog eating contest, the NBA looking into a tape delay due to foul language, and the Washington Redskins potentially changing the name of the team. For more on today’s sponsors: JB Weld – World’s Strongest Bond SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer
7/6/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1295 Covid-19 Update
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show doing an update on the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who has thoughts on how the decline in the prevalence of religion has impacted our social climate. They also speak to a caller with questions about how to intelligently interpret facts in today's information age and another looking for possible links between covid and herpes. Please Support Our Sponsors: Kanibi.com, code ADS Simplisafe.com/ADAM2 LifeLock.com, code ADAM
7/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: WWDTM Quarantine Edition
Tom Hanks, Big Boi, and others join us for this quarantine edition of our show.
7/4/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Jesse Ventura, R. Lee Ermey & Soledad O'Brien
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Jesse Ventura (2011) 2. R. Lee Ermey (2015) 3. Dan Frank (2014) 4. Commander Kirk Lippold (2012) 5. Sgt. Robert Patrick Lewis (2013) 6. Soledad O-Brien (2016) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Request clips: [email protected] TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carolla-classics/id1454001697?mt=2 Support the show: Visit Meater.com and use code CLASSICS Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics Visit MethodMen.com and use the code Classic Visit CoolerShock.com and use the code ADAM Visit Geico.com/giveback
7/4/2020 pdst.fm
Science Friday: Summer Science Books, Naked Mole Rats. July 3, 2020, Part 2
The pandemic has nixed many summer vacation plans, but our summer science book list will help you still escape. While staying socially distant, you can take a trip to the great outdoors to unlock the mysteries of bird behaviors. Or instead of trekking to a museum, you can learn about the little-known history of lightbulbs, clocks, and other inventions. Our guests Stephanie Sendaula and Sarah Olson Michel talk with Ira about their favorite science book picks for summer reading. Naked mole rats, native to East Africa, are strange mammals: They’re almost completely hairless. They live in underground colonies, like ants. And, like ants and bees, they have a single reproducing “queen.” Their biology is also unique: They resist cancer, live a long time for such small rodents (often for 30 years or more), and have been found not just to tolerate high, normally toxic levels of carbon dioxide in their nests—but require them. And in the newest strange discovery, researchers writing in Cell earlier this year found that mole rats were prone to anxiety and even seizures when carbon dioxide levels get too low, such as in an environment similar to above-ground air. Ira talks to the paper’s co-author Dan McCloskey, a neuroscientist at the City University of New York. McCloskey explains why mole rat brains might be helpful guides to human brains, especially in the case of infants who have seizures with high fevers. Plus, the mystery of how such homebodies found new colonies, and other naked mole rat oddities.
7/3/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Making The Outdoors Great For Everyone. July 3, 2020, Part 1
It’s the start to a holiday weekend, which often means spending time outdoors, whether that’s going to the beach, on a hike, or grilling in a park. But not everyone feels safe enjoying the great outdoors—and we’re not talking about getting mosquito bites or sunburns. In late May, a white woman, Amy Cooper, called the police on a Black bird watcher who asked her to leash her dog. This incident felt familiar to many other Black outdoor enthusiasts, many of whom had encountered similar experiences of racism outside. To understand why the outdoors is an unwelcoming place for some people, we need to look back at our violent history. Joining Ira to talk about this is Dr. Carolyn Finney, author of the book Black Faces, White Spaces. She is also a scholar-in-residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. And later in the conversation, Ira is joined by two scientists, biology graduate student Corina Newsome from Statesboro, Georgia, and exploration geoscientist Tim Shin from Houston, Texas. They’ll talk about what it’s like to do fieldwork while Black, and what responsibility academic institutions should have in keeping their students safe.   As coronavirus cases surge across the U.S., including in Texas, Florida, Arizona, and California, it’s more important than ever to have an accurate and real-time understanding of transmission. Epidemiologists have been measuring the spread of the virus based on the number of individual people who test positive. But depending on when people get tested, and how long it takes to get their results, confirmed cases can lag days behind actual infections. Luckily, there’s another way to find out where people are getting sick: The virus that causes COVID-19 can be detected in feces, and for months, researchers have been studying whether sampling sewage systems can help identify new outbreaks faster. Scientific American technology editor Sophie Bushwick joins Ira to talk about the value of sewage tracing for COVID-19. Plus, a new sparrow song has gone viral in Canada, and why summer fireworks can damage not only your hearing, but also your lungs.
7/3/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Astronaut Christina Koch On Her Journey From Space To A Nation In Lockdown
Astronaut Christina Koch spent a record 11 months in space, the longest spaceflight of any woman. She returned to Earth in February and is just completing her NASA-mandated readjustment period. What’s life like when you leave a space station, only to be confined in your own home under lockdown? Christina Koch joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Looking Back To The 1930s: Lessons From The Great Depression
Looking back to 1930, the year after the start of the Great Depression. What lessons did we learn about how best to move forward with a suffering economy? We look at our current crisis now through the lens of American history. David Kennedy and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
7/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Luke James chats about opening for Beyoncé and Prince and sings-along to some classic steamy jams. Plus, find out why he's super into wolves. This episode originally aired January 3, 2020.
7/3/2020 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Jennifer Eberhardt
BONUS EPISODE with Jennifer Eberhardt (social psychologist who is currently a professor in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University) is the first in a monthly series on dissecting the Black experience in America. Jennifer chats with the Armchair Expert about her work in police reform, her personal experiences with racism and the biological impact of cultural biases. Dax asks if there are any model police departments and Jennifer shares a story of when she got arrested. She talks about having “the talk” with her sons and she shares the details of many psychological experiments she did on race and discrimination.
7/3/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: U.S. still burdened by Trump admin failure to make a testing plan
July 2, 2020
7/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Listener Calls on Willy T. Ribbs, Life in a Submarine, and How A.I. and COVID-19 Mix, plus The News (ACS July 3)
At the top of today’s podcast, Adam tells Bryan and Gina about the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell. They also talk about Sonny’s progress since working around the house, and Adam’s thoughts on people not getting behind the Willy T. Ribbs doc, even in the midst of all the new ‘woke’ culture. The guys then take calls about the new Tom Hanks movie, life in a submarine, and the future of Artificial Intelligence as it applies to COVID-19. Later, Gina reads news stories about Ghislaine Maxwell, Vladimir Putin, and a massacre that occurred in Mexico. Before the break, Gina reads one last story about this year’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TruNiagen.com enter ADAM JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond LiveXLive.com search Adam Carolla Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer
7/3/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1294 Do You Harken Back On Your Incompetence?
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about the dramatic uptick in pre-fourth of July fireworks that have been going off this year as Adam explains that his dog Phil is the anomaly who couldn't possibly care less about the noise. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who is looking for advice on ending a decades long resentment between his wife and her now grown daughter. They also speak with a caller who is looking for advice on foods to store for emergencies, another who wants their thoughts on Ron Jeremy's sexual assault charges and more. Please Support Our Sponsors: Kanibi.com, code ADS GetRoman.com/ADS
7/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Travis Pastrana on Live Stunts, Evel Knievel, and Tony Hawk, plus Good Sports (ACS July 3)
Adam welcomes Travis Pastrana to the show next, and they talk about Travis’ relationship with fear. They go on to discuss how Travis first become interested in riding bikes, slowing things down so you don’t make a mistake, and some of his most impressive stunts. They also talk about their childhood experiences of attempting jumps and taking falls, and Travis talks about combining live stunts and the history of action sports. Later, Adam talks with Travis about the legacies of Evel Knievel and Tony Hawk, new stunts he’s thinking about trying, and vintage and endurance racing. Before heading out, the guys talk about how the quarantining has led to more time with the family, and his new show, ‘Life Size Toys’ on Quibi. Stick around for today’s Good Sports! PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TruNiagen.com enter ADAM JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond LiveXLive.com search Adam Carolla Hurry To Your Local Dodge Dealer
7/3/2020 pdst.fm
On Point: Summer Blockbuster Season Is Here — Minus The Movie Theaters
The summer blockbuster movie season will be a bit different this year during the coronavirus pandemic. Theaters are out, streaming is in, and the drive-in has come back into vogue. We’ll go behind the curtain and help direct you to the best of what the silver screen has to offer in the coming months. Shawn Edwards and Alissa Wilkerson join Anthony Brooks.
7/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: In The Age Of Trump, Republicans Have Divergent Visions For Their Party
The Republican Party is falling into dangerous traps that could cost the party elections for a generation. At least, that’s the premise of Harvard Professor Thomas Patterson’s new book “Is the Republican Party Destroying Itself?” We’ll talk to him, plus Republicans who have a different vision for the future of the GOP. Thomas Patterson, Tim Miller, Matt Gorman and Kimberly Atkins join Anthony Brooks.
7/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Nina Vasan
Nina Vasan is a professor at Stanford University and the Founder and Executive Director of Brainstorm: The Stanford Lab for Mental Health Innovation. She is the Chief Medical Officer of Real, a new women's mental health company and a psychiatrist at Silicon Valley Executive Psychiatry, a boutique concierge clinical for executives, entrepreneurs, and elite performers. Nina chats with the Armchair Expert about her personal experience with anxiety/depression, the continued prevalence of stigma and the loop of actions, thoughts and emotions. Dax asks about the concern of treating addiction with psychiatric drugs and Nina discusses how technology can aid in this problem. They talk about mental health as a three-pronged bio, psycho and social endeavor and they discuss the tenets of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
7/2/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Scrum Master Mistakes
A lot of companies say that they do scrum. As a subset of agile, this approach can be beneficial to your team's development process. However, bad scrum can rob your team of efficiency, alienate your developers, and destabilize your product over time. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Scrum Master Mistakes appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
7/2/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Matthew B. Crawford on Working With Your Hands, Avoiding Guillotines, and Owning a Karmann Ghia (ACS July 2)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking with Bald Bryan who started his 4th of July vacation early. The guys also talk about how things have changed or not changed since ‘Good Times’, as well as corruption in Chicago. Later, Adam and the gang chat with callers about the mafia, and what the next generation thinks about the military. Author Matthew B. Crawford is on the line next, and the guys talk about all the benefits that come from working with your hands. Adam then tells Matthew about putting his son to work, and the guys talk about fixing our relationship with danger, bringing back shop class, and what we can learn from the French Revolution. Before the break, Adam asks Matthew about owning and driving a 1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Meguiars.com Geico.com TruNiagen.com enter ADAM CrossRope.com/ADAM
7/2/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS July 2)
Part 2 of today’s show opens with Gina reading a news stories about NY cutting $1 billion from their police budget. They also discuss Alyssa Milano blackface controversy, Terry Crews’ latest controversial tweet, and the removal of a Golden Girls episode where they wear mud masks. One last story is about a fight that broke out over social distancing. Be sure to stick around for today’s Good Sports, with Adam and Dave Dameshek. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Meguiars.com Geico.com TruNiagen.com enter ADAM CrossRope.com/ADAM
7/2/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump picks worst possible time to attack pre-existing condition coverage
July 1, 2020
7/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Dr. Daniel Amen
Returning guest and friend of the show Dr. Daniel Amen joins the show to talk about his new book 'The End of Mental Illness: How Neuroscience Is Transforming Psychiatry and Helping Prevent or Reverse Mood and Anxiety Disorders, ADHD, Addictions, PTSD, Psychosis, Personality Disorders, and More'. Learn more about Dr. Amen at AmenClinics.com
7/2/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Environmental Regulations Are Under Attack. In A Pandemic, What Does That Mean For Public Health?
The Trump Administration has rolled back, or attempted to roll back, dozens of environmental rules, including regulations on emissions and air quality standards. We’ll touch on some of them and how they likely exacerbate existing health inequality. Gina McCarthy, Kendra Pierre-Louis and Dr. Georges Benjamin join Anthony Brooks.
7/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Checking In On The Battle For The Senate
The presidency is not the only election this year. In the Senate, just a few seats could tip the majority from red to blue come November. We’ll check in with competitive races across the country. Jack Beatty, Steve Mistler, Dawn Baumgarten Vaughan, Phillip Bailey, Brianne Pfannenstiel and Caitlyn Kim join Anthony Brooks.
7/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: D.L. Hughley on Coronavirus and Collapsing on Stage, plus Good Sports (ACS July 1)
DL Hughley is on the line next, and Adam talks with him about testing positive for Coronavirus after collapsing on stage. The guys then flash back to D.L.’s early days cold calling people for LA Times subscriptions, and working his way through comedy gigs trying to catch a break. Later they talk about Willie T. Ribbs, thoughts on social media, and the current level of social upheaval happening in the US. Other topics of conversation include improving our education system, embracing the family unit, and what D.L. learned from his father. Stick around for today’s Good Sports, with Adam and Dave Dameshek. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com TommyJohn.com/ADAM Meguiars.com
7/1/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Listener Calls and the News (ACS July 1)
At the top of today’s show, Adam tells the real story of Uncle Ben’s Rice that he recently learned about. He also talks about his recent conversation with Dr. Drew about Coronavirus, and goes on to discuss the importance of switching between being an individual vs. being a statistic. The group also chats about tattoos, and they take calls about ‘the worst day ever’, and which of Adam’s parents he likes more. Gina then reads news stories about the death of Carl Reiner, Russian death bounties on US soldiers, and the controversial video that President Trump recently tweeted. Other stories include the Golden State Killer pleading guilty, and California possibly renaming the John Wayne airport because he was racist. Before the break, the guys listen to an infamous clip of John Wayne while drunk at a graduation ceremony. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com TommyJohn.com/ADAM Meguiars.com
7/1/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1293 Stop The Preface
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show and go straight to the phones and speaking to a caller who wants to commend Adam on his new book 'I'm Your Emotional Support Animal' - available now - and has a theory to float surrounding the new HBOMax documentary surrounding Russell Simmons' abuse allegations. The conversation then turns to a story out of Oakland wherein the mayor launched an investigation into some exercise equipment that she said resembled nooses and some of the troubling language she used surrounding the investigation. They also speak to a caller with questions about the Bubba Wallace situation with the noose that was found in his racing paddock. Please Support Our Sponsors: TruNiagen.com, code ADS Kanibi.com, code ADS
7/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Families of fallen U.S. military in Afghanistan demand answers
June 30, 2020
7/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
All About Android (Audio): AAA 479: YouTube TV Cancelled!
YouTube TV price hike, India app ban, OnePlus Nord.YouTube TV gets a huge price hike and no one's happy.Big Android 11 features that might not come to all phones.India bans many Chinese apps including TikTok.Nearby, Google's AirDrop feature is near!OnePlus Z will actually be the OnePlus Nord.Qualcomm launches the Snapdragon Wear 4100.ARCore 1.18 brings object occlusion and depth sensing.Google Pixel 4a hits the FCC.The design of the Galaxy Fold 2 leaks.Jason checks out Don't Kill My App.Read our show notes here: http://twit.to/aaa479shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: itpro.tv/allaboutandroid promo code AAA30
7/1/2020 chtbl.com
All About Android (Video): AAA 479: YouTube TV Cancelled!
YouTube TV price hike, India app ban, OnePlus Nord.YouTube TV gets a huge price hike and no one's happy.Big Android 11 features that might not come to all phones.India bans many Chinese apps including TikTok.Nearby, Google's AirDrop feature is near!OnePlus Z will actually be the OnePlus Nord.Qualcomm launches the Snapdragon Wear 4100.ARCore 1.18 brings object occlusion and depth sensing.Google Pixel 4a hits the FCC.The design of the Galaxy Fold 2 leaks.Jason checks out Don't Kill My App.Read our show notes here: http://twit.to/aaa479shownotes Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: itpro.tv/allaboutandroid promo code AAA30
7/1/2020 chtbl.com
On Point: The Future Of Home Health Care
We look at the experience of domestic and home health care workers who are among the most vulnerable during the pandemic. Ai-jen Poo and Rep. Ro Khanna join Anthony Brooks.
6/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: The Short List: What We Know About Joe Biden's VP Search
Who will Joe Biden select as his running mate? We assess his short list of candidates. Christopher Devine, Rep. Wendy Brawley, Milton Kent and Steve Phillips join Anthony Brooks.
6/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Jeff Cesario as Chet Waterhouse, plus the News (ACS June 30)
Jeff Cesario is on the line next, and Adam talks to him about his life decision to become a comedian, and the new standup/sketch show he’s been working on. Chet Waterhouse then chimes in this week’s Sports Report. Up next, the guys watch a video of Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest publicity stunt. Gina also reads news stories about Cam Newton, Colin Kaepernick, and a new biopic of Aretha Franklin starring Jennifer Hudson. Later they talk about Jenna Marbles getting ‘cancelled’, and the show wraps up with a conversation about ‘Karens’ losing their minds over facemask rules. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Skrewball Peanut Butter Whisky Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
6/30/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Ami Horowitz on Occupy City Hall NY, plus Listener calls (ACS June 30)
At the top of today’s show, the guys go through their birthdays to see who shares the date with the best celebs. Ami Horowitz then calls in from New York after just returning from an Occupy City Hall demonstration. He goes on to talk about media malpractice, and the guys commiserate about growing up in North Hollywood. Adam then asks Ami about highlights from his career path, and the guys go on to talk about his experience working as an investment banker on Wall Street. Later, the guys talk with callers about leftover rules, and Adam recalls an awkward conversation he had with his mom about ‘healthy granola’. Before the break, he talks with more callers about his education level, and the passing of Benny Mardones. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Skrewball Peanut Butter Whisky Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
6/30/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Rice: 'Makes no sense' that Trump wasn't told of Russia bounties
June 29, 2020
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On Point: Author Jacqueline Woodson On The Power Of Storytelling
Children’s book author Jacqueline Woodson has written over 30 books, often focused on race and identity in America. We get her take on the current moment and talk about the never-ending power of story. Jacqueline Woodson joins Anthony Brooks.
6/29/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Political Roundtable: State Of The 2020 Presidential Election
The pandemic and the protests for racial justice will certainly have an impact on the November election. We dig into what the next few months of unconventional campaigning will look like. Whit Ayres, Joel Payne and Kimberly Atkins join Anthony Brooks.
6/29/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Juliette Lewis
Juliette Lewis (Natural Born Killers, Old School, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation) is an American actress. Juliette chats with the Armchair Expert about wanting to be seen as her current self rather than her past self, she talks about her early struggle with fame and how acting course corrected her wayward path. Dax asks what’s it’s like to be a part of an evergreen holiday movie and Juliette talks about the distraction of beauty in acting. The two discuss the phenomena of Natural Born Killers, her pull towards music and her new show, I Know This Much Is True.
6/29/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Hollywood Hand-Me-Downs and The News with Dan Dunn (ACS June 29)
For the second half of the show the gang guesses the prices of various memorabilia in a round of Hollywood-Hand-Me Downs. Next, they comment on news stories including: Ron Jeremy pleading not guilty to 3 counts of sexual assault, the voice actor who plays Cleveland on Family guy stepping down from the role, the term “Master” bedroom getting replaced, and federal stimulus checks going out to deceased individuals. For more on today’s sponsors: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM
6/29/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Mike Lynch Book Talk and Drinking with Dan Dunn (ACS June 29)
At the top of the show, Adam welcomes his writing partner Mike Lynch to the program and they talk about their new book I’m Your Emotional Support Animal. Then Adam takes a call from a woman asking about the book and Dawson plays a clip. After that, they take another call from a listener asking about raising children in today’s climate. Before they wrap the first half, Dan Dunn joins the show as the gang samples some of the today’s booze selection. For more on today’s sponsors: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com enter ADAM
6/29/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1292 If You're Normal, I Can Express Myself
Adam opens the show talking to Dr. Drew about his new observations surrounding people that he has deemed 'those that undo'. They then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who has a question about a section in Adam's new book 'I'm Your Emotional Support Animal' (available now anywhere you get books) having to do with apologies. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS
6/29/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Don Cheadle
Don Cheadle, actor, joins us along with panelists Mo Rocca, Faith Salie, and Hari Kondabolu.
6/27/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: George Takei, Bryan Cranston & Dean Norris, and Johnny Knoxville
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Alonzo Bodden on Al the Landlord (2009) 2. George Takei on Japanese internment camps (2009) 3. Bryan Cranston and Dean Norris of Breaking Bad (2010) 4. Johnny Knoxville (2010) 5. Listener Calls + Rotten Tomatoes (2015) Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Request clips: [email protected] TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrislaxamana https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrislaxamana1 https://twitter.com/giovannigiorgio Website: https://www.podcastone.com/carolla-classics Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carolla-classics/id1454001697?mt=2 Support the show: Visit Meater.com and use code CLASSICS Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics Visit MethodMen.com and use the code Classic Visit CoolerShock.com and use the code ADAM Visit Geico.com/giveback
6/27/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Russia paid bounties to kill US troops, US intel says; Trump mum: NYT
June 26, 2020
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Ask Me Another: Jane Levy and Alex Newell: Zoey's Extraordinary Zoom Call
Actor and comedian Baron Vaughn, of Grace and Frankie, talks about his new SyFy Wire series The Great Debate and plays a game about Black playwrights. Plus, Jane Levy and Alex Newell (Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) meditate on coping mechanisms, and couple-testants Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg (Workin' Moms) break out the hot dish for a Minnesota-inspired game about Bob Dylan and Charles Schulz.
6/26/2020 play.podtrac.com
On Point: How Coronavirus Will Change City Life
Past pandemics changed the way of life in cities around the world. We look at how city features were inspired by history's worst disease outbreaks. Brian Melican and Kimberly Dowdell join Meghna Chakrabarti.
6/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: COVID-19 Surge, DOJ Hearing, Police Reform Bill
It’s the week in review. Justice Department officials testify in Congress, the House passes a police reform bill and COVID-19 cases spike in the United States. Darlene Superville, Rick Berke and Nancy Cordes join Meghna Chakrabarti.
6/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Honeybee Health, Assessing COVID Risk, Seeing Numbers. June 26, 2020, Part 2
This past year was a strange one for beekeepers. According to a survey from the nonprofit Bee Informed Partnership, U.S. beekeepers lost more than 40% of their honey bee colonies between April of 2019 and April of 2020. That’s significantly more than normal. The Bee Informed Partnership has surveyed professional and amateur beekeepers for the past 14 years to monitor how their colonies are doing. They reach more than 10% of beekeepers in the U.S., so their survey is thought to be a pretty accurate look at what’s going on across the country. That’s why these latest results are so important—and they raise a lot of questions for honey bee researchers. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating a lot of the food grown in the U.S. If they’re in trouble, we’re in trouble. Nathalie Steinhauer, research coordinator for the Bee Informed Partnership in College Park, Maryland, joins producer Kathleen Davis to talk about the report, and what it means for our beloved pollinators. As coronavirus cases spike in re-opened states like Arizona, Texas, and Florida, you may be wondering how to weigh the risks of socializing—whether it’s saying yes to a socially distant barbecue, going on a date, or meeting an old friend for coffee. Many health departments and media outlets have offered guides to being safer while out and about. But when the messages are confusing, or you’re facing a new situation, how can you apply what you know about the virus to make the best choice for you? Ira talks to Oni Blackstock, a primary care physician and an assistant commissioner at the New York City Health Department, and Abraar Karan, a physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, about minimizing risk, and why an all-or-nothing approach to COVID-19 can do more harm than good. Imagine looking at an elementary school poster that shows the alphabet, and the numbers one through 10. The letters make perfect sense to you, as do the numbers zero and one. But instead of a curvy number “2,” or the straight edges of the number “4,” all you see is a messy tangle of lines. That’s the phenomenon experienced by RFS, a man identified only by his initials for privacy reasons. In 2011, RFS was diagnosed with a condition called corticobasal syndrome, a progressive neurodegenerative disorder. Normally, that rare condition primarily affects motor circuitry in the brain. However, RFS had an additional symptom—while he was very skilled at math, he became unable to see the written digits 2 through 9. When RFS looked at one of those numbers, he saw in its place something “very strange” that he could only describe as “visual spaghetti.” Even weirder, other images placed on top of or nearby the digits also became completely distorted. Teresa Schubert and David Rothlein, two scientists who studied RFS’ case as graduate students, discuss what this unusual phenomenon tells us about how the human brain processes incoming visual information.
6/26/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Checking In On Kids’ Mental Health During the Pandemic. June 26, 2020, Part 1
In the U.S., we’re heading into the fourth month of the COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing and lockdowns have taken a toll on everyone’s mental and emotional well-being—including children and teens, many of whom may be having trouble processing what’s going on.  Psychologists Archana Basu and Robin Gurwitch discuss the unique issues the pandemic brings up for children and teens. They talk about how parents and caregivers can support the mental health of the kids and teens in their lives, helping them better cope with isolation and uncertainty, as well as learning remotely during the pandemic. 
6/26/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS June 26)
Gina starts Part 2 with the latest on NASCAR’s investigation into the Bubba Wallace noose controversy. They also talk more about Ahmaud Arbery, and Camille Cosby publicly speaking for the first time in six years. Other news stories include the Dixie Chicks changing the name of their band, Splash Mountain getting a makeover, and the National Anthem possibly being replaced for being problematic. Later, Gina reads one more news story about a COVID outbreak at a strip club in Wisconsin. As the show wraps up, Adam and Dave Dameshek bring today’s Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com, promo code ADAM for $20 off any 3+ month supply Geico.com Scotts.com
6/26/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Joe Collins on Running Against Maxine Waters, plus a Bald Bryan Health Update (ACS June 26)
Today’s podcast opens with a health update from Bald Bryan. Adam then talks about his doc Uppity not getting into Sundance, and the guys go on to chat with callers about why they had such great Father’s Days. Joe Collins then calls in, and Adam talks with him about running against Maxine Waters, the terrible school system in California, and why Joe is running as a Republican. Before the break, they talk about Joe’s Navy experience and the guys go back and forth on some of their favorite military aircrafts. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM TruNiagen.com, promo code ADAM for $20 off any 3+ month supply Geico.com Scotts.com
6/26/2020 pdst.fm
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1291 You're Too Far Gone
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by turning straight to the phones and speaking with a caller who is obese and dealing with a food addiction. They also speak to a caller who recently suffered the loss of his girlfriend and is looking for advice on how to cope with the situation. Drew then turns the conversation to the idea of rigid feelings that people marry themselves to and asks Adam if he has ever considered strategies to use in attempting to get people to move away from those ideas. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS Kanibi.com, code ADS
6/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: NYTimes report exposes Barr pressure on SDNY over Trump-related cases
June 25, 2020
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Radiolab: The Third. A TED Talk.
Jad gives a TED talk about his life as a journalist and how Radiolab has evolved over the years. Here's how TED described it:How do you end a story? Host of Radiolab Jad Abumrad tells how his search for an answer led him home to the mountains of Tennessee, where he met an unexpected teacher: Dolly Parton.Jad Nicholas Abumrad is a Lebanese-American radio host, composer and producer. He is the founder of the syndicated public radio program Radiolab, which is broadcast on over 600 radio stations nationwide and is downloaded more than 120 million times a year as a podcast. He also created More Perfect, a podcast that tells the stories behind the Supreme Court's most famous decisions. And most recently, Dolly Parton's America, a nine-episode podcast exploring the life and times of the iconic country music star. Abumrad has received three Peabody Awards and was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2011.
6/25/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Lingering Symptoms, Long-Term Damage: For Some, It's A COVID-19 Recovery Reality
Recovering from COVID-19. Millions of Americans have had the disease. Some people suffer from long-term medical conditions. So what does recovery actually look like? Ed Yong and Dr. Mafuzur Rahman join Meghna Chakrabarti.
6/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Police Training In America: How Can We Fix A Broken System?
The Atlanta police officer who shot Rayshard Brooks had just completed a course in de-escalation. Why was his instinct to shoot? We have an in-depth examination of police training. Jamiles Lartey and Seth Stoughton join Meghna Chakrabarti.
6/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Jeffrey Sachs
Jeff Sachs an American economist, academic, public policy analyst and former director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, where he holds the title of University Professor. He is known as one of the world's leading experts on economic development and the fight against poverty. Jeff chats with the Armchair Expert about his career in international economics, what he’s learned from advising other countries and his propensity to model Scandinavia’s middle way economic model. Dax asks about communism in theory vs. in practice and Jeff implores us to take care of one another. The two talk about how the history of WWI has led to today and Jeff describes ways in which we couldn’t have a more balanced economy.
6/25/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Throwback Thursday: Dr. Andrew T. Goldstein
Drew is joined by Dr. Andrew T. Goldstein, Director of the Center for Vulvovaginal Disorders and President of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health and takes calls from listeners on germaphobia, social anxiety and chronic pain. (original air: Jan 2013)
6/25/2020 podtrac.com
Complete Developer Podcast: The Significance of 256
Two raised to the power of eight (2^8) or 256 has played a significant part in computer science. A byte, made up of 8 bits, has 256 possibilities. From the early days of computing this number has been significant. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post The Significance of 256 appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
6/25/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS June 25)
To begin Part 2, Gina reads news stories about Ahmaud Arbery, Mel Gibson, and Chris D’Elia. Other stories include Brooklyn 99 scrapping their first 4 episodes to start over the season, cop characters and vehicles being removed from Fortnite, and Coronavirus hospitalizations continuing to rise. In contrast, she reads another story that says there has not been a spike in numbers as a result of recent protests. As the show wraps up, the guys argue about Johnny Carson’s favorite restaurant, and Adam and Shek bring today’s Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
6/25/2020 pdst.fm
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Scott Eastwood, plus Frank Caliendo and John Holmberg (ACS June 25)
At the top of the show, Adam talks about technical issues, and the flip flop challenge. He also announces he was ranked #12 in sales on Amazon, and talks about not having two modes. The group also discusses the recent Bubba Wallace noose controversy, and then Adam welcomes both Frank Caliendo and John Holmberg to the podcast. Adam asks them about their cavalcade of impressions, and doing morning radio for 20 years. Later, Adam talks with ‘Charles Barkley’ about the flip flop challenge, and the guys talk about getting rid of the weird bump on John’s head. Up next, Adam takes a call from Scott Eastwood who’s on the road to Waco, TX. Adam chats with him about his role in the Fast and Furious franchise, his dad’s relationship with Paul Newman, and his exciting new movie, ‘The Outpost’. Before the break, the guys talk about what life was like growing up with Clint Eastwood as a dad, shifting manufacturing back to the US, and Scott’s love of surfing. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM JB Weld - World's Strongest Bond Geico.com BetOnline enter PODCASTONE
6/25/2020 pdst.fm
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump admin failure on coronavirus threatens the unity of the states
June 24, 2020
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