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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Robbie Robertson Talks Martin Scorsese, Bob Dylan, and ‘The Band’, plus Good Sports (ACS Feb 18)
Robbie Robertson is in studio next, and Adam recalls seeing the epic rock documentary ‘The Last Waltz’ while it was in theaters. Robbie then talks about growing up in Toronto, his father’s tragic death, and the iconic music of ‘The Band’. He also shares stories about his friendships with Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese, and talks about his continued work in the film industry. As the conversation wraps up, the guys discuss the importance of curiosity. Stick around for today’s Good Sports! PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Pepsi - That's What I Like Geico.com Lifelock.com/ADAM EightSleep.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE HarrelsonsOwn.com/ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam Talks Hand Surgery, NBA All Star Weekend, and the Porsche Taycan (ACS Feb 18)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about his hand surgery, and a funny announcer mispronunciation that caught his ear. The guys then talk about horse riders not picking up after their animals, the NBA All Star Dunk Contest, and more of Earnest Lee Bigot’s relatives. Later, Gina reads a plethora of news stories about Michael Avenatti, Chaka Khan, the Corona Virus, Drew Carey, Mariah Carey, and a Meghan Markle lookalike. Before the break, the guys react to a couple more news stories about the all-electric Porsche, and married couples sleeping in separate beds. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Pepsi - That's What I Like Geico.com Lifelock.com/ADAM EightSleep.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE HarrelsonsOwn.com/ADAM
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Scandal found at the end of every Trump financial thread pulled
February 17, 2020
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On Point: On Presidents Day, Understanding The Evolution Of The Office Itself
On Presidents Day, taking stock of the evolution of the office itself. What has the presidency become? Where is it headed? What does it say about us? Barbara Perry, Saikrishna Prakash and Jon Michaels join Robert Siegel.
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On Point: Week Ahead: Nevada Caucus, State Of The Democratic Party, Legacy Of Impeachment
Looking to the week ahead in news. The Nevada caucus is next as Democrats fight for the soul of their party. Plus, the latest from Washington and the legacy of impeachment. Jon Ralston, Astead Herndon, Jack Beatty and Abby Livingston join Robert Siegel.
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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Alison Brie
Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men, Glow) is an American actress. She sits down with the armchair expert to discuss the experience of filming Mad Men and Community simultaneously, why she doesn't like WWE being referred to as "fake" and mental illness in her family. Dax asks how she met her husband and Alison talks about the decision to do nudity. The two discuss why humans are inclined to protect bad behavior, the merits of apple eating and the science of blackouts.
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Huey Lewis Talks Being Relentless and Busking through Europe, plus Good Sports (ACS Feb 17)
Huey Lewis is in studio and Adam talks about getting into his car right when a Huey Lewis song came on the radio. Adam asks Huey about playing music and busking his way through Europe, as well as going back even further to his relationship with music growing up. They go on to discuss being relentless in pursuing your passion, and go into more detail about the critical year in Huey’s life when he explored Europe. Later they talk about how his parents wanted to raise him differently, and the fact that they both got to see some of Huey’s success. As the conversation wraps up, the guys discuss how the music industry has evolved, and their shared love of Jimmy Kimmel. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Eightsleep.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM Shopify.com/Independents
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam Talks Trump v. Bloomberg and Steak Leftovers, plus Rotten Tomatoes Game and News (ACS Feb 17)
As the show opens up, Adam talks with Bryan and Gina about his very entertaining interview with Huey Lewis (which will air in Part 2 of today’s show). The guys then discuss the success of ‘Uppity’, and Adam tells a story involving a sad motel, and an even sadder situation involving Brad Williams getting Adam’s steak leftovers. After a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, Gina reads news stories about Trump and Bloomberg’s Twitter feud, closing arguments in the Harvey Weinstein trial, and the spread of the Corona virus. Before the break, the guys discuss Lori Louhglin’s upcoming trial, a limited edition beer selling for almost $200 a bottle, and people admitting to having a second pair of shoes to poop at work with. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Eightsleep.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM Shopify.com/Independents
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1229 Pow! Pow! Pow!
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going to the phones and speaking with a caller who is running against Nancy Pelosi and is looking for Adam & Drew's advice on homelessness. The guys also speak to a caller who recently saw Adam on Tucker Carlson and has thoughts on the political system in California as well as a caller who is looking for a good Loveline alternative. As the show wraps up Adam recounts for Drew more of the details of his recent Tucker Carlson segment on the state of California. Please Support Our Sponsors: EightSleep.com/Love Norton.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM2 TommyJohn.com/ADS
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Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Barry Sonnenfeld Calling
Director Barry Sonnenfeld joins us again, along with panelists Alonzo Bodden, Helen Hong, and Tom Papa.
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Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Gina's Don't Care Drop, Iliza Shlesinger, and Harland Williams
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Gina's Don't Care drop 2. Deaf Frat Guy on Flynn from Breaking Bad 3. DFG gets emotional 4. Adam and Iliza Shlesinger live 5. Harland Williams and news in 2016 Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics for 20% off your first order! 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
2/15/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Rule of law is not threatened but broken where it involves Trump
February 14, 2020
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Science Friday: Building A Ghost Heart, The Effect Of Big Tech. Feb 14, 2020, Part 2
The human heart is one of the most complicated organs in our body. The heart is, in a way, like a machine—the muscular organ pumping about 2,000 gallons of blood in an adult human every day. But can we construct a heart in the lab? Some scientists are turning to engineering to find ways to preserve that constant lub dub when a heart stops working. One team of researchers created a biohybrid heart, which combines a pig heart and mechanical parts. The team could control the beating motion of the heart to test pacemakers and other devices. Their findings were published in the journal Science Advances in January. Mechanical engineering student Clara Park, an author on that study, talks about what it takes to engineer a biohybrid heart and how this model could be used in the future to develop implantable hearts and understand heart failure. At the Texas Heart Institute, Doris Taylor is developing a regenerative method for heart construction. She pioneered the creation of “ghost hearts”—animals hearts that are stripped of their original cells and injected with stem cells to create a personalized heart. So far, Taylor has only developed the technique with animal hearts, but in the future these ghost hearts could be used as scaffolds to grow transplant hearts for patients. Taylor talks about how much we know about the heart and why it continues to fascinate us. Last month Microsoft announced it is opening an office to represent itself to the United Nations. But what’s a tech company have to do with the U.N.? Meet the “Net State.” In her book The Information Trade: How Big Tech Conquers Countries, Challenges Our Rights, and Transforms Our World, Alexis Wichowski writes about how big tech companies are becoming much more than technology providers, and what it means for world citizens when powerful government-like entities—the “Net States”—transcend physical borders and laws.
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Science Friday: Great Lakes Book Club Wrap-Up, California Groundwater. Feb 14, 2020, Part 1
The Great Lakes hold 20% of the world’s surface drinking water, with Lake Superior holding half of that alone. The lakes stretch from New York to Minnesota, and cover a surface area of nearly 100,000 square miles—large enough to cover the entire state of Colorado. And they’re teeming with life. Fish, phytoplankton, birds, even butterflies call the lakes home for some portion of their lives. But not all is calm in the waters. In The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, journalist Dan Egan tells the story of the changes that have unbalanced these ecosystems since the St. Lawrence Seaway was first made navigable for cargo ships and, with them, invasive species, like sea lampreys, alewives, quagga mussels and, perhaps soon, Asian carp. The Science Friday Book Club has spent a month swimming in Great Lakes science. We’ve pondered the value of native fish to ecosystem resiliency, the threats facing people’s access to clean drinking water, and the influence of invasive species. SciFri producer and Book Club captain Christie Taylor, Wayne State University ecologist Donna Kashian, and Wisconsin-based journalist Peter Annin discuss potential paths to a healthy future, from ongoing restoration efforts to protective policies and new research. Dennis Hutson’s rows of alfalfa, melons, okra and black-eyed peas are an oasis of green in the dry terrain of Allensworth, an unincorporated community in rural Tulare County. Hutson, currently cultivating on 60 acres, has a vision for many more fields bustling with jobs. “This community will forever be impoverished and viewed by the county as a hamlet,” he says, “unless something happens that can create an economic base. That’s what I’m trying to do.” While he scours his field for slender pods of ripe okra, three workers, community members he calls “helpers,” mind the irrigation station: 500-gallon water tanks and gurgling ponds at the head of each row, all fed by a 720-foot-deep groundwater well. Just like for any grower, managing water is a daily task for Hutson and his helpers. That’s why he’s concerned about what could happen under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, the state’s overhaul of groundwater regulations. Among other goals, the law sets out to eliminate the estimated 1.8 million acre-feet in annual deficit the state racks up each year by pumping more water out of underground aquifers than it can replenish. Hutson worries small farmers may not have the resources to adapt to the potentially strict water allocations and cutbacks that might be coming. Their livelihoods and identities may be at stake. “You grow things a certain way, and then all of a sudden you don’t have access to as much water as you would like in order to grow what you grow,” he says, “and now you’re kind of out of sorts.” Read the rest on sciencefriday.com.
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On Point: 'Little America' Depicts The Immigrant Experience Not Seen In The Headlines
“Little America” is the new Apple TV + series that documents the complexity of the immigrant experience. Kumail Nanjiani and Joshuah Bearman join David Folkenflik to discuss the stories not seen in the daily headlines.
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On Point: Week In The News: 2020 Election Latest, Trump's DOJ, Barr Responds To Trump Tweets
On to Nevada and South Carolina for the Democrats. The heavy hand of Trump’s Justice Department. And a whole lot more in our week in review roundtable. Susan Glasser, Molly Ball and Gerald Seib join David Folkenflik.
2/14/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye For The Quiz Guy!
Antoni Porowski, a charming fifth of Netflix's Queer Eye, talks about his love for cooking and corgis, and is given a choice to play a game about guacamole or a game about books. This episode originally aired on Aug. 16, 2019.
2/14/2020 play.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Part 1: Monica and Jess Love Boys with Dax Shepard
In Part 1: Monica and Jess Love Boys with Dax Shepard, M and J sit down with the Armchair Expert. Dax knows Monica and Jess better than anyone and he uses his previous knowledge to help diagnose individual and collective dating patterns. He asks Jess about addiction, his propensity for sex, “dating” rituals and he asks why Jess isn’t leading with his superpower: personality. He talks to Monica about her tendency to overanalyze, her pattern of wanting people she can’t have and not being attracted to people who find her attractive. Dax gives tips on how to navigate this social experiment and he gives M and J a challenge to complete by the following week.
2/14/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: TJ Miller on Apology Culture and Finding a Comedic Voice (Feb 14, Part Two)
TJ Miller is then in studio to talk about being addicted to standup and how clickbait journalism dictates the public discourse. The guys then talk about Apology Culture and TJ’s new diet. Adam and TJ continue chatting about learning to find their comedic voices. They also discuss improv comedy, making your own success, and enjoying watching standup as much as performing it. Before heading out they talk about how much they like interacting with fans. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE NetSuite.com/ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Jordan Harbinger on Recycling Scams + News Stories (Feb 14, Part One)
Adam begins the podcast talking about the whirlwind 24 hours he’s had talking with the likes of Caitlyn Jenner, Andrew Yang, Huey Lewis, Tucker Carlson, and Kristy Swanson. Adam then shares the latest Mike August stories, and the guys discuss whether or not Sonny is going to get a job when he turns 15. Jordan Harbinger then calls in to talk about the scam of recycling, and Adam gives an update on Brad Williams taking his leftover steak. Gina then reads news stories about Colin Kaepernick, people wanting to ban school shooter drills, and a man willing to pay $25,000 to anyone who can help him find the perfect girlfriend. They also talk about LeBron’s foundation giving free tuition to nearly 200 students, Jeff Bezos’ massive real estate purchase, and the return of Rick Moranis. As the show wraps up, the guys have a conversation with ‘Ernest T. Bigot’s extended family. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetOnline enter PODCASTONE NetSuite.com/ADAM
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1228 If Every Night Is Breaking News, No Night Is Breaking News
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew going straight to the phones to talk to a caller with a question about a topic he was already excited to discuss, Coronavirus. As the conversation evolves they both express their distaste with the sensationalism that our current media environment applies to any and everything they can. The guys then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who is currently going through a release program involving mental illness and is considering diving back into the dating pool and wants Dr. Drew's thoughts on the idea. Please Support Our Sponsors: Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
2/14/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump amplifies risk of standing up for the rule of law
February 13, 2020
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On Point: Is It Time For A New U.S. Strategy In The Middle East?
Former U.S. diplomat Martin Indyk, who has spent his career trying to fix problems in the Middle East, says it’s time to rein in our grandiose vision for the region in exchange for something more attainable. Martin Indyk joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Unpacking Why Federal Prosecutors Quit The Roger Stone Case
Four federal prosecutors in the case of former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone have pulled out of the legal proceedings, after the Department of Justice undercut their sentencing recommendations. We’ll look at the mix of politics and justice that brought us to this unprecedented point. Paula Reid, Donald Ayer and Jill Hasday join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: SciFri Extra: The Marshall Islands Stare Down Rising Seas
The Republic of the Marshall Islands is a country of 58,000 people spread across 29 coral atolls in the Pacific Ocean. And in a world where seas are both rising and acidifying, the Marshall Islands are exceptionally vulnerable: Those atolls rise a mere two meters above the original ocean height on average, and rely on the health and continued growth of their coral foundations to exist. A 2018 study projects that by 2050, the Marshall Islands could be mostly uninhabitable due to salt-contaminated groundwater and inundation of large swaths of their small land masses during both storm events and more regular high tides. But the people of the Marshall Islands—who are already facing increasingly high king tides and more frequent droughts—are planning to adapt, not leave. They've already built sea walls and water catchments, while in February 2019, then-Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine announced an ambitious, expensive additional plan to raise the islands higher above the ocean. Science Friday producer Christie Taylor spoke to Heine in October, after her remarks to the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science in Honolulu, Hawaii. They discussed the islands' adaptation plans, why leaving is the last option the Marshallese want to consider, and the role traditional knowledge has played in planning for the future. Plus, why major carbon emitters like the United States have a responsibility to help countries like the Marshall Islands adapt. 
2/13/2020 podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Ezra Klein
Ezra Klein is an American journalist, blogger, and political commentator who co-founded Vox. Ezra sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss the current state of polarization, how liberty and equality can work in tandem and the impact of media on the world. Dax asks about his debate with Sam Harris and Ezra details the prevalence of NIMBY-ism. The two talk about the effects of political transparency, the misconception about identity politics and the pros and cons of universal basic income.
2/13/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Basics of Source Control
There was a time when you could get by in software development without learning how to use source control, but that time is long gone. You have to understand how this stuff works. Period. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Basics of Source Control appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
2/13/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Brittany Furlan and The News (Feb 13, Part Two)
Brittany Furlan is in studio next, and the guys discuss her traumatic childhood, getting into the comedy scene, and ultimately becoming a massive social media influencer. They also discuss her relationship with husband Tommy Lee, her schedule working in film and TV, and the benefits of a cold pool plunge. Gina then begins the news talking about Andrew Yang dropping out of the Presidential race. The guys also discuss Rose McGowan feuding with Natalie Portman, Macaulay Culkin defending Michael Jackson, and a disturbing case about a father running a sex cult out of his daughter’s dorm room. As the show wraps up, the guys respond to Disneyland raising their park ticket prices again. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Butcherbox.com/ADAM or enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM NetSuite.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Bad Neighbor Stories and Eat Your Feelings (Feb 13, Part One)
Adam opens today’s show talking about getting a conversation with Andrew Yang on the books for next week. Adam also gives an update on his rowing machine arch-nemesis, and talks about Dr. Drew’s reaction to a commercial that has been fascinating him. The guys then share some bad neighbor stories, and Gina brings in a new recipe for Eat Your Feelings. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Butcherbox.com/ADAM or enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM NetSuite.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump, Barr corruption of DOJ sets off alarm bells for US rule-of-law
9:00 Experts warn democracies facing autocracy: Protect your institutions9:43 Klobuchar: American voters see 2020 as decency check on Trump9:51 Klobuchar confident her record will win Black and Latino voters9:54 Klobuchar open to brokered convention possibility; emphasizes unity
2/13/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Why A New Wave Of Economists Are Championing Slow Economic Growth
A thriving nation needs a growing economy ... or does it? A lot of economists say maximum growth is bad for society and the planet, and they’re preaching slow-growth -- or even no-growth -- economics. Dietrich Vollrath and Kate Raworth join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Road Map To 2020: Looking Ahead To Nevada, South Carolina And Beyond
With the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary in the rear view mirror, we’ll take a look at strategies Democratic hopefuls will turn to ahead of contests in Nevada, South Carolina, and beyond. How could the race for the Democratic nomination change as the rest of America gets its say? Lily Adams, Gavin Jackson, Antjuan Seawright and Mark Longabaugh join Meghna Chakrabarti. 
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Introducing: Monica & Jess Love Boys
Monica and Jess Love Boys is a 10 episode series brought to you by the Armchair Expert that follows the relationship struggles of two opposites. Jess, who dates too much and Monica who dates too little. They approach relationships from opposing ends but quickly realize how the underlying issues are universal. Jess dates in the gay community while Monica dates in the straight one. They get to deep dive not only into individual patterns but societal ones as well in the different dating scenes. Through meeting with different experts (therapists, doctors, friends in successful relationships, relationship professionals and the armchair expert himself), they explore and uncover traps and patterns that we all fall into as humans and they ask the age old question- why do we do what we do? However, in keeping with the true armchair spirit- Monica and Jess know talking about problems is not enough. Action is necessary to evoke change. At the end of each episode M&J are given a challenge in an attempt to break bad habits. In one episode Monica is challenged to give a stranger her phone number. In another, Jess is asked to be 100% honest on his dating profiles. As they learn how to partner healthily with others, they grow into healthier individuals as well.
2/12/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Introducing: Monica & Jess Love Boys
Monica and Jess Love Boys is a 10 episode series brought to you by the Armchair Expert that follows the relationship struggles of two opposites. Jess, who dates too much and Monica who dates too little. They approach relationships from opposing ends but quickly realize how the underlying issues are universal. Jess dates in the gay community while Monica dates in the straight one. They get to deep dive not only into individual patterns but societal ones as well in the different dating scenes. Through meeting with different experts (therapists, doctors, friends in successful relationships, relationship professionals and the armchair expert himself), they explore and uncover traps and patterns that we all fall into as humans and they ask the age old question- why do we do what we do? However, in keeping with the true armchair spirit- Monica and Jess know talking about problems is not enough. Action is necessary to evoke change. At the end of each episode M&J are given a challenge in an attempt to break bad habits. In one episode Monica is challenged to give a stranger her phone number. In another, Jess is asked to be 100% honest on his dating profiles. As they learn how to partner healthily with others, they grow into healthier individuals as well.
2/12/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Dan Peres
Drew is joined by former Details Magazine editor Dan Peres to talk about his new book 'As Needed For Pain: A Memoir of Addiction' wherein he details his battle with opioid addiction. Learn more about Dan by following him on Twitter @DanPeresNY or order his book available now on Amazon. HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize Social CBD: Go to DrDrew.com/socialCBD and save 20% with code DRDREW
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The Dr. Drew Podcast: Dan Peres
Drew is joined by former Details Magazine editor Dan Peres to talk about his new book 'As Needed For Pain: A Memoir of Addiction' wherein he details his battle with opioid addiction. Learn more about Dan by following him on Twitter @DanPeresNY or order his book available now on Amazon. HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize Social CBD: Go to DrDrew.com/socialCBD and save 20% with code DRDREW
2/12/2020 podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump interference in Stone case triggers 'rule of law emergency'
Dear listeners of the Rachel Maddow Show podcast: Because of live coverage of the New Hampshire primary, there was no proper TRMS, but we hate to leave you with nothing, so here is 8pm ET hour of tonight's coverage of NH and other breaking news.
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Harvey Weinstein, Intellectual Honesty, and Good Sports (Part Two, Feb 12)
Gina’s first news story is about the ongoing Harvey Weinstein trial. They also talk about a new app that tracks if you’ve been in proximity to someone with Corona Virus, and Trump telling people to vote for the least popular Democratic candidate, which leads to a conversation about the Presidential race and the importance of intellectual honesty. Other stories include a MLB pitcher suing the Astros because their cheating ruined his career, more on Pamela Anderson’s quicky marriage-split, and Jussie Smollett being indicted for lying to authorities. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about movie titles that came before the scripts, a deli counter employee exchanging food for solving math problems, and the time Jimmy Kimmel surprised Cousin Sal with a visit from Rowdy Roddy Piper. Stick around for today’s Good Sports! PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Netsuite.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Russell Peters 1-on-1 (Part One, Feb 12)
At the top of the show, Adam rants about the spread of misinformation. He also talks about missing a day of cold pool plunging, and shares his thoughts on the ‘Thick Lizzo Era’, the Oscars, and the Super Bowl. Adam then reflects on his recent trip to Milwaukee and welcomes Russell Peters in studio for a one-on-one interview. The guys talk about making your way through the industry, getting to work in a career that you love, and Russell’s love of jiujitsu. Later, Adam asks Russell about his writing process, and the guys go on to discuss raising a family in LA, how the perception of Indian culture has changed, and how horrible it is to be rudderless in life. Before heading out, the guys discuss learning through struggling and appreciating what you’ve accomplished. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Netsuite.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1227 Is There A Medical Professional On The Flight?
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew recounting a strange episode that he recently experienced while on a flight from New York to Denver involving a passenger experiencing a medical emergency. The conversation goes on to explore the impact that both negligent and over involved mothers have on their children, especially as it pertains to male children. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who has questions about how the expanding gay community will impact population growth and another looking for advice on avoiding ingrown hairs. Please Support Our Sponsors: Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
2/12/2020 dts.podtrac.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 459: Good Fold, Bad Fold
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Z Flip and S20 seriesMoto Razr is universally pannedMobile World Congress might get canceledMotorola announces the Moto G Power and G StylusYouTube Music internal beta is testing music library uploadsPlay Store paid out more than $80 billion to developersHow wearables can continue to improve over timeRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1487253601&single=true Hosts: Jason Howell and Florence Ion Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: hover.com/twit
2/12/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 459: Good Fold, Bad Fold
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Z Flip and S20 seriesMoto Razr is universally pannedMobile World Congress might get canceledMotorola announces the Moto G Power and G StylusYouTube Music internal beta is testing music library uploadsPlay Store paid out more than $80 billion to developersHow wearables can continue to improve over timeRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1487253601&single=true Hosts: Jason Howell and Florence Ion Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: hover.com/twit
2/12/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 459: Good Fold, Bad Fold
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Z Flip and S20 seriesMoto Razr is universally pannedMobile World Congress might get canceledMotorola announces the Moto G Power and G StylusYouTube Music internal beta is testing music library uploadsPlay Store paid out more than $80 billion to developersHow wearables can continue to improve over timeRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1487253601&single=true Hosts: Jason Howell and Florence Ion Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: hover.com/twit
2/12/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 459: Good Fold, Bad Fold
Samsung unveils the Galaxy Z Flip and S20 seriesMoto Razr is universally pannedMobile World Congress might get canceledMotorola announces the Moto G Power and G StylusYouTube Music internal beta is testing music library uploadsPlay Store paid out more than $80 billion to developersHow wearables can continue to improve over timeRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1487253601&single=true Hosts: Jason Howell and Florence Ion Guest: Ryan Whitwam Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: hover.com/twit
2/12/2020 media.blubrry.com
On Point: How New Hampshire Got Its Primary And Held On Tight
As N.H. voters head to the polls, we look back at the history of the state's outsized influence in presidential elections and whether it’s time to loosen the Granite State's grasp on primary politics. Lauren Chooljian, Jack Beatty and Megan Messerly join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: It's Primary Day In New Hampshire. Who Will Come Out A Winner In The Granite State?
We're broadcasting from the Granite State as voters head to the polls. We'll bring you the candidates’ final arguments and the last minute decisions voters are wrestling with. Anthony Brooks and Holly Shulman join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Radiolab: The Other Latif: Episode 2
The Other Latif Radiolab’s Latif Nasser always believed his name was unique, singular, completely his own. Until one day when he makes a bizarre and shocking discovery. He shares his name with another man: Abdul Latif Nasser, detainee 244 at Guantanamo Bay. The U.S. government paints a terrifying picture of The Other Latif as Al-Qaeda’s top explosives expert, and one of the most important advisors to Osama bin Laden. Nasser’s lawyer claims that he was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and that he was never even in Al-Qaeda. This clash leads Radiolab’s Latif into a years-long investigation, picking apart evidence, attempting to separate fact from fiction, and trying to uncover what this man actually did or didn’t do. Along the way, Radiolab’s Latif reflects on American values and his own religious past, and wonders how his namesake, a fellow nerdy, suburban Muslim kid, may have gone down such a strikingly different path.   Episode 2: Morocco Latif travels to Abdul Latif’s hometown of Casablanca, Morocco, to try and find out: was he radicalized? And if so, how? Latif begins by visiting the man’s family, but the family’s reaction to him gets complicated as Latif digs for the truth. He finds out surprising information on a political group Abdul Latif joined in his youth, his alleged onramp to extremism. Tensions escalate when Latif realizes he’s being tailed.  Read more about Abdul Latif Nasser at the New York Times’ Guantanamo Docket.  This episode was produced by Sarah Qari, Suzie Lechtenberg, and Latif Nasser. With help from Tarik El Barakah and Amira Karaoud. Fact checking by Diane Kelly and Margot Williams. Editing by Jad Abumrad and Soren Wheeler. Original music by Jad Abumrad, Alex Overington, and Amino Belyamani.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
2/11/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: More Oscar Highlights, and Good Sports (Part Two, Feb 11)
Gina begins today’s news talking about more highlights from the Oscars. They also talk about Gavin Newsome’s recent appearance on The View, the return of the XFL, and more updates on the Corona Virus. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about the new trend of making up baby names so they’ll have unique social media handles that aren’t already taken. Be sure to stick around for today’s Good Sports with Adam and Dave Dameshek. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Harrelson's Own CBD: Text ADAM to 63566
2/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: YouTube Sensation Trisha Paytas (Part One, Feb 11)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about people who need to be told the same thing over and over again, and people who take his piano tuning car sign seriously. He also shares stories from hanging with Dawson at the Alan Parsons’ concert, Gina talks about her ‘Randy Rainbow’ concert, and Bald Bryan does the cold dip plunge. Before the break, the guys discuss their thoughts on this weekend’s Academy Awards, including a call from a fan who hated the winning film. Trisha Paytas then joins the studio for a one-on-one interview. Adam talks with her about her crazy journey, beginning with her first TV appearance on ‘The Car Show’, which Adam used to host. They go on to discuss the topics of fame, sex, and planning for the future. Other topics include diving into Trisha’s past, healing from trauma, and how Adam and Jimmy helped inform her sexuality. As the conversation wraps up, they talk about how porn has evolved, more experiences as an escort, and navigating relationships in the 21st century. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Lifelock.com enter ADAM Geico.com Harrelson's Own CBD: Text ADAM to 63566
2/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Freed by Senate GOP, Trump appears to formalize Ukraine scheme through Barr
9:03 Freed by Senate GOP, Trump appears to formalize Ukraine scheme through Barr9:07 Odd for an election year: Trump proposes massive health care cuts9:45 Trump vindictiveness sends chilling message to U.S. officials
2/11/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: In 'Imperfect Union,' Steve Inskeep Traces The History Of America's First Celebrity Political Couple
NPR’s Steve Inskeep tells the story of one of America’s first celebrity political couples and their impact on history in his new book "Imperfect Union." Steve Inskeep joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week Ahead: N.H. Primary, Post-Impeachment Politics, 2020 Election Latest
Getting ready in New Hampshire after Iowa’s wobbly start. We’ll look ahead to what’s happening on the ground in the first-in-the-nation primary. Anthony Brooks, Jack Beatty, Yamiche Alcindor and Janet Hook join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Josh Gad
Josh Gad (Frozen, Frozen 2, Book of Mormon, The Daily Show) is an American actor, comedian, and singer. Josh sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss kindness in Hollywood, fatherhood, and his experience on Broadway. Dax claims Josh has won the lottery multiple times and Josh sets a goal for the next time he visits Armchair. The two talk about how we can learn from history, what its like to be the court jester and putting their mothers on pedestals.
2/10/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Josh Gad
Josh Gad (Frozen, Frozen 2, Book of Mormon, The Daily Show) is an American actor, comedian, and singer. Josh sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss kindness in Hollywood, fatherhood, and his experience on Broadway. Dax claims Josh has won the lottery multiple times and Josh sets a goal for the next time he visits Armchair. The two talk about how we can learn from history, what its like to be the court jester and putting their mothers on pedestals.
2/10/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: News and Good Sports (Part Two, Feb 10)
Adam, Gina, Bryan, and ‘Laughs with Bald Bryan’ Charity Winner Chris play an Oscar Edition of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. The guys also comment on news stories about Snoop Dogg, Harvey Weinstein, and the Corona Virus. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Lifelock.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Oscar Edition Rotten Tomatoes Game (Part One, Feb 10)
Adam, Gina, Bryan, and ‘Laughs with Bald Bryan’ Charity Winner Chris play an Oscar Edition of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. The guys also comment on news stories about Snoop Dogg, Harvey Weinstein, and the Corona Virus. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Zoro.com/ADAM Lifelock.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1226 She Was Debbie Dootson!!
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing a commercial that Adam recently saw for a preventative medicine designed to safeguard against AIDS and the nuances that Adam noticed within the spot. They guys then turn to the phones and speak to a caller who wants the guys thoughts on the current state of the so-called feminist movement and where it may lead. They also speak with a caller who is currently working as a maintenance person but is looking to transition into stand up comedy and wants advice. Please Support Our Sponsors: EightSleep.com/Love Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
2/10/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Tracy Letts
Tracy Letts, actor and playwright, joins us along with panelists Peter Grosz, Amy Dickenson, and Hari Kondabolu.
2/8/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Adam and You Listener Calls, Teresa Strasser, and Marc Maron
1. "Adam and You" phone call show 2. Marc Maron 2010 3. Adam, Teresa, and Bryan 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 TommyJohn.com/Classics for 20% off your first order!
2/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Adam and You Listener Calls, Teresa Strasser, and Marc Maron
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. "Adam and You" phone call show 2. Marc Maron 2010 3. Adam, Teresa, and Bryan 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 TommyJohn.com/Classics for 20% off your first order!
2/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Esper guarantee against retaliation proves faithless for Vindman
9:08 Esper guarantee against retaliation proves faithless for Vindman9:17 Witnesses left scattered in wake of Trump impeachment scandal9:45 Secret Service skipping reports on payment to Trump resorts: WaPo
2/8/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Tech And Empathy, The Ball Method. Feb 7, 2020, Part 2
How Tech Can Make Us More—And Less—Empathetic Much of technology was built on the promise of connecting people across the world, fostering a sense of community. But as much as technology gives us, it also may be taking away one of the things that makes us most human—empathy. Meet Alice Ball, Unsung Pioneer In Leprosy Treatment In 1915, an infection with leprosy (also called Hansen’s disease) often meant a death sentence. Patients were commonly sent into mandatory quarantine in “leper colonies,” never to return. Before the development of the drug Promin in the 1940s, one of the few somewhat-effective treatments for leprosy was use of an oil extracted from the chaulmoogra tree. However, that oil was not readily water soluble, making it difficult for the human body to absorb. A new short film, The Ball Method, tells the story of Alice Ball, a young African-American chemist. Ball was able to discover a method for extracting compounds from the oil and modifying them to become more soluble—a modification that led to the development of an injectable treatment for leprosy. Dagmawi Abebe, director of the film, joins Ira to tell the story of Alice Ball.
2/7/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Degrees Of Change: How Native American Communities Are Addressing Climate Change. Feb 7, 2020, Part 1
How Native American Communities Are Addressing Climate Change Indigenous peoples are one of the most vulnerable communities when it comes to the effects of climate change. This is due to a mix of cultural, economic, policy and historical factors. Some Native American tribal governments and councils have put together their own climate risk assessment plans. Native American communities are very diverse—and the challenges and adaptations are just as varied. Professor Kyle Whyte, a tribal member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, says that many of the species and food resources that are affected by climate change are also important cultural pieces, which are integral to the identity and cohesion of tribes. Ryan Reed, a tribal member of the Karuk and Yurok Tribe and a sophomore undergrad student in Environmental Science at the University of Oregon, and James Rattling Leaf, tribal member of the Rosebud Sioux, and Tribal Engagement Leader for the Great Plains Water Alliance, join Ira for this segment. “One Trillion Trees”… But Where to Plant Them? In this week’s State of the Union address, President Trump didn’t utter the words “climate change”—but he did say this: “To protect the environment, days ago I announced the United States will join the One Trillion Trees Initiative, an ambitious effort to bring together government and private sector to plant new trees in America and all around the world.” Planting trees to suck up carbon is an increasingly popular Republican alternative to limiting fossil fuel emissions—but how practical is it? In this segment, E&E News White House reporter Scott Waldman discusses the strategy.
2/7/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: The Complicated History Of The Classic Neo-Noir Film 'Chinatown'
A new book examines the 1974 film "Chinatown" and the colorful, complicated and compromised Hollywood figures who made the troubling classic. Sam Wasson joins David Folkenflik.
2/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Impeachment, Iowa Caucus Latest, Trump's State Of The Union Address
A week drenched in history – Trump acquitted by the Senate – but not before Mitt Romney votes to convict and remove his fellow Republican. We'll also review confusion in the Iowa caucuses, the State of the Union and more. Jeanne Cummings, Marc Lacey and Wendy Benjaminson join David Folkenflik.
2/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Tan France: Naturally Tan
Queer Eye fashion expert Tan France discusses the responsibility of representation, embracing positivity in his new Netflix competition series Next in Fashion, and the secret behind his grandfather's clothing factory. Then, inspired by his upcoming stint on the Great Celebrity Bake-Off, France plays a game that puts his baking knowledge to the test. Plus, contestants face-off in a punk rock music parody game about not very punk fads.
2/7/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Dr. Drew, Anderson Cowan, and Dave Mason
Dr. Drew is in studio to tell the gang about saving someone’s life on an airplane. Plus- former Loveline Engineer Anderson Cowan tells Adam about his feature film ‘Groupers’, and Dave Mason calls in to talk Oscar Odds! PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Legalzoom.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Zoro.com/ADAM Stamps.com enter ADAM RightOnRedWine.com
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1225 If You Believe, You Leave
Adam and Drew open the show with Adam telling Drew about a recent tweet he saw that sent him down a rabbit hole to learn what Glynn Washington was up to these days. The guys play an interview that Adam did with Gylnn, recorded the day after Donald Trump's election and review what his thinking was that day juxtaposed against things that have, or haven't happened during Trump's Presidency. As the show wraps up the guys discuss memories and how they reconstruct in imperfect ways. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS
2/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Perez on Iowa caucus problems: 'This was a major league failure'
9:23 Perez on Iowa caucus problems: 'This was a major league failure'9:34 Perez unconcerned about Iowa turnout: 'The energy is everywhere'9:55 Schumer to disheartened Democrats: 'Don't give up!'
2/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Dr. Drew, Anderson Cowan, and Dave Mason
Dr. Drew is in studio to tell the gang about saving someone’s life on an airplane. Plus- former Loveline Engineer Anderson Cowan tells Adam about his feature film ‘Groupers’, and Dave Mason calls in to talk Oscar Odds! PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Legalzoom.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Zoro.com/ADAM Stamps.com enter ADAM RightOnRedWine.com
2/7/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: How Private Companies Are Changing The Future Of Space Exploration
Private companies like SpaceX are testing vehicles for manned space missions.  We’ll peer out into the near future and next steps in human space exploration. Ariel Ekblaw and Charles Bolden join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: After Chaos In Iowa, How Secure Are Our Elections?
A digital fail severely delays the Iowa Democratic caucus results. Is it time to completely rethink electronic voting of all kinds in American elections? Jessica Huseman, Alex Halderman, Anthony Brooks and Megan Messerly join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Chris Voss
Chris Voss is an American businessman, author, and professor. Voss is a former FBI hostage negotiator, the CEO of The Black Swan Group Ltd, and co-author of the book, Never Split the Difference. Chris sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his time as a hostage negotiator, what drove him to law enforcement and the benefits of de-escalation. Dax wonders about the evolution of terrorism and Chris talks us through the hostage negotiation of Jill Carroll. He talks about the power of saying no, the concept of bending reality and the ways in which we can win negotiations in our daily lives.
2/6/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Chris Voss
Chris Voss is an American businessman, author, and professor. Voss is a former FBI hostage negotiator, the CEO of The Black Swan Group Ltd, and co-author of the book, Never Split the Difference. Chris sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his time as a hostage negotiator, what drove him to law enforcement and the benefits of de-escalation. Dax wonders about the evolution of terrorism and Chris talks us through the hostage negotiation of Jill Carroll. He talks about the power of saying no, the concept of bending reality and the ways in which we can win negotiations in our daily lives.
2/6/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Vinnie Tortorich Returns
Dr. Drew welcomes back fitness trainer Vinnie Tortorich to talk about diet and Vinnie's recent move to Virginia. P3-OM: Visit P3OM.com/Drew and enter the code DRDREW for 10%off HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/drew to take the proprietary Health IQ quiz Social CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/socialCBS for 20% at checkout
2/6/2020 podtrac.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Developer Career Mistakes
While it is difficult and time-consuming to get into software development, many developers seem to think that once they have a job, everything is fine. That couldn't be further from the truth. You need to avoid wrecking your career too. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Developer Career Mistakes appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
2/6/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Dan Dunn and Mr. Skin
Dan Dunn is in studio next for a live Scotch taste test. Mr. Skin also calls in to discuss this year’s Anatomy Awards. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM
2/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Dan Dunn and Mr. Skin
Dan Dunn is in studio next for a live Scotch taste test. Mr. Skin also calls in to discuss this year’s Anatomy Awards. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM
2/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Schiff: Bolton rejected offer to submit sworn affidavit to House
A real Maddow show! No panels or preemptions!9:24 Barr makes himself gatekeeper of investigations of campaigns9:34 Schiff: American people must remain vigilant of Trump's conduct9:42 Schiff: Bolton rejected offer to submit sworn affidavit to House9:44 Schiff: NSA withheld Trump Ukraine evidence from Intel committees
2/6/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Coronavirus Latest: How China Is Responding To The Spreading Outbreak
As the world watches China deal with the spreading outbreak of coronavirus, we’ll take a step back and ask what China’s response says about how the nation is faring globally. John Pomfret and Elizabeth Economy join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: State Of The Union: Unpacking President Trump's Address As Senate Moves Toward Impeachment Vote
President Donald Trump delivers his third State of the Union address on Tuesday night, a day before the Senate votes on whether to remove him from office. We’ll hear from experts about this historic moment. Jonathan Tepperman, Carol Leonnig and Greg Ip join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Wondery presents WeCrashed
The Rise and Fall of WeWork is a stunning story of hope and hubris. WeWork was the poster child for a new economy. Its founders wanted to revolutionize everything about the way people lived their lives. Its charismatic founder Adam Neumann had an intoxicating vision for the company - but did it ever match the reality?Subscribe today: wondery.fm/wecrashedmaddow
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Adam, Gina, and Bryan
Adam, Gina, and Bryan talk about Adam’s experience at the Kobe Bryan Memorial Laker Game. The guys also discuss the disastrous Democratic Caucuses in Iowa, Rush Limbaugh’s lung cancer diagnosis, and the Super Bowl Flasher. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Capterra.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Adam, Gina, and Bryan
Adam, Gina, and Bryan talk about Adam’s experience at the Kobe Bryan Memorial Laker Game. The guys also discuss the disastrous Democratic Caucuses in Iowa, Rush Limbaugh’s lung cancer diagnosis, and the Super Bowl Flasher. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Capterra.com/ADAM Geico.com Zoro.com/ADAM Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1224 No Better Time To Have Herpes
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing some of the interesting advertisements that Adam sees in airports around the country that confuse him as there's no real way to discern what they're advertising. The conversation then turns to 'chick think' and how things like tributes to Cecil the lion & bracelets on grown men should be seen as indicators to those who are observant. The conversation then turns to the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant as Dr. Drew recounts a story he has about an interaction with Kobe during a game and a subsequent phone conversation about Jodi Arias. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS ZipRecruiter.com/ADS
2/5/2020 dts.podtrac.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 458: Z Flip Fold Gap Gate
Google Photos leaks videos to other usersHuawei comes out strong in 2019Google hardware pales by comparisonBlackBerry phones appear to be overAndroid Flash Tool makes ROM flashing easierGoogle Maps prank creates virtual traffic jamsGoogle Phone app will soon record callsFirst hands-on leak with the Samsung Galaxy Z FlipRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=61508894&single=trueRon - Microsoft Edge (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.emmxJason - Bricks Ball Crusher (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iposedon.bricksbreakerballsAdam - Canva https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.canva.editorFlo - Muviz Edge https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sparkine.muvizedgeThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll458 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Adam Doud Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA
2/5/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 458: Z Flip Fold Gap Gate
Google Photos leaks videos to other usersHuawei comes out strong in 2019Google hardware pales by comparisonBlackBerry phones appear to be overAndroid Flash Tool makes ROM flashing easierGoogle Maps prank creates virtual traffic jamsGoogle Phone app will soon record callsFirst hands-on leak with the Samsung Galaxy Z FlipRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=61508894&single=trueRon - Microsoft Edge (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.emmxJason - Bricks Ball Crusher (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iposedon.bricksbreakerballsAdam - Canva https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.canva.editorFlo - Muviz Edge https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sparkine.muvizedgeThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll458 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Adam Doud Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA
2/5/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 458: Z Flip Fold Gap Gate
Google Photos leaks videos to other usersHuawei comes out strong in 2019Google hardware pales by comparisonBlackBerry phones appear to be overAndroid Flash Tool makes ROM flashing easierGoogle Maps prank creates virtual traffic jamsGoogle Phone app will soon record callsFirst hands-on leak with the Samsung Galaxy Z FlipRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=61508894&single=trueRon - Microsoft Edge (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.emmxJason - Bricks Ball Crusher (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iposedon.bricksbreakerballsAdam - Canva https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.canva.editorFlo - Muviz Edge https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sparkine.muvizedgeThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll458 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Adam Doud Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA
2/5/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 458: Z Flip Fold Gap Gate
Google Photos leaks videos to other usersHuawei comes out strong in 2019Google hardware pales by comparisonBlackBerry phones appear to be overAndroid Flash Tool makes ROM flashing easierGoogle Maps prank creates virtual traffic jamsGoogle Phone app will soon record callsFirst hands-on leak with the Samsung Galaxy Z FlipRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=61508894&single=trueRon - Microsoft Edge (FREE) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.emmxJason - Bricks Ball Crusher (FREE/IAP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iposedon.bricksbreakerballsAdam - Canva https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.canva.editorFlo - Muviz Edge https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sparkine.muvizedgeThis Week's Poll http://twit.to/aaapoll458 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, and Ron Richards Guest: Adam Doud Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA
2/5/2020 media.blubrry.com
On Point: How Overcrowding In Emergency Rooms Has Impacted Patient Care
Have emergency rooms become the safety net of our healthcare system? We’ll speak with a doctor who says emergency care has turned into everything care. Dr. Amy Ho, John Diedrich and Dr. Kathy Kozak join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/4/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Technology Issues Delay Iowa Caucus Results. What Does This Mean For The Presidential Race?
Technology issues delay Iowa caucus results. We’re breaking down which candidates are likely to come out on top, and what this means for the rest of presidential primary season. Clay Masters, Aisha Moodie-Mills, Jennifer Victor, Gavin Jackson and James Pindell join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/4/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Radiolab: The Other Latif: Episode 1
The Other Latif Radiolab’s Latif Nasser always believed his name was unique, singular, completely his own. Until one day when he makes a bizarre and shocking discovery. He shares his name with another man: Abdul Latif Nasser, detainee 244 at Guantanamo Bay. The U.S. government paints a terrifying picture of The Other Latif as Al-Qaeda’s top explosives expert, and one of the most important advisors to Osama bin Laden. Nasser’s lawyer claims that he was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and that he was never even in Al-Qaeda. This clash leads Radiolab’s Latif into a years-long investigation, picking apart evidence, attempting to separate fact from fiction, and trying to uncover what this man actually did or didn’t do. Along the way, Radiolab’s Latif reflects on American values and his own religious past, and wonders how his namesake, a fellow nerdy, suburban Muslim kid, may have gone down such a strikingly different path.   Episode 1: My Namesake We hear the evidence against Abdul Latif Nasser -- at least the evidence that has been leaked or declassified -- and we meet Shelby Sullivan-Bennis, his attorney, who contests more or less every government claim against him. Sullivan-Bennis walks us through the excruciating process that came close to releasing Abdul Latif Nasser in the waning days of the Obama administration, but fell apart at the last minute. He is now technically a free man -- he was cleared for transfer home in 2016 -- yet he remains stuck at Guantanamo Bay, thanks in part to a Presidential Tweet.   A photo of Abdul Latif Nasser  Read more about Abdul Latif Nasser at the New York Times’ Guantanamo Docket.  This episode was produced by Annie McEwen, Latif Nasser, Sarah Qari, and Suzie Lechtenberg. Fact checking by Diane Kelly and Margot Williams. Editing by Jad Abumrad and Soren Wheeler. Original music by Jad Abumrad, Alex Overington, Annie McEwen, and Amino Belyamani.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.    
2/4/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Akilah Hughes and Christie Bishop
Akilah Hughes and Adam chat one-on-one about being a spelling bee champion as a kid, defying people’s expectations, and the end of nostalgia. Plus, the Christie Bishop joins for a round of Commercial Grade: Super Bowl Edition. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Pepsi - That's What I Like Geico.com Shopify.com/Independents
2/4/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Akilah Hughes and Christie Bishop
Akilah Hughes and Adam chat one-on-one about being a spelling bee champion as a kid, defying people’s expectations, and the end of nostalgia. Plus, the Christie Bishop joins for a round of Commercial Grade: Super Bowl Edition. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Pepsi - That's What I Like Geico.com Shopify.com/Independents
2/4/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Michael Lind On The Rise Of Populism
Michael Lind argues the rise of populism around the world has been caused by the decline of religious and civic institutions and the rise of managerial elites. Lind joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week Ahead: Caucus Day In Iowa, N.H. Primary Latest, Next Stages In Impeachment
Caucus day in Iowa. We’ll talk about how Democratic candidates are trying to pull undecided Iowans into their corner. Plus, we'll look ahead to the New Hampshire primary, and next stages in the impeachment trial.  John Bresnahan, Susan Page, Jack Beatty, Anne Salamon, Libbey Slappey and Anthony Brooks join Meghna Chakrabarti.
2/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Will Arnett
Will Arnett (Arrested Development, BoJack Horseman, Blades of Glory, Lego Movie) is a Canadian-American actor, comedian and producer. Will sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his friendship with Dax, feeling like people misconstrue his optimism for arrogance and why he doesn't consider himself a comedian. Dax admits he was envious of Will's life and Will talks about his experience doing voiceover work. The two discuss sobriety, re-defining their narratives and how they became friends over Breves.
2/3/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Will Arnett
Will Arnett (Arrested Development, BoJack Horseman, Blades of Glory, Lego Movie) is a Canadian-American actor, comedian and producer. Will sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his friendship with Dax, feeling like people misconstrue his optimism for arrogance and why he doesn't consider himself a comedian. Dax admits he was envious of Will's life and Will talks about his experience doing voiceover work. The two discuss sobriety, re-defining their narratives and how they became friends over Breves.
2/3/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS: Pete Brock and James Carville
Pete Brock chats 1-on-1 with Adam about working with Carroll Shelby, his experiences in the realm of hang-gliding, and how the politics of racing have evolved. Later, James Carville and Adam discuss the current state of the Democratic party, and what needs to be done to get Trump out of office. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com
2/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1223 Beer Cans & Buckslips
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Adam lamenting to Drew the absolute lack of organization he is confronted with every day and the reasons that it both confounds him and seems to be an unfixable problem. The guys then bring in Chris Laxamana as Drew interviews him in an attempt to get to the bottom of a recent buckslip that was left behind by Chris. As the show wraps up they talk to a caller with thoughts on our tax system. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS SimpliSafe.com/ADAM2
2/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini, film maker, joins us along with panelists Maz Jobrani, Faith Salie, and Josh Gondelman.
2/1/2020 play.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini, film maker, joins us along with panelists Maz Jobrani, Faith Salie, and Josh Gondelman.
2/1/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Kobe Bryant Interview, Coffee Heart, and Recitals
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Jo Koy in studio 2. Kobe Bryant interview 3. Adam on kids' recitals 4. Coffee Heart with Jo Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics for 20% off your first order! 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
2/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Parnas accuses top Trump officials of awareness of Ukraine scheme
Lev Parnas reacts to reports of Bolton book revelations, expects more
2/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Impeachment, Trump's Middle East Peace Plan, 2020 Latest
Impeachment. Trump’s Middle East peace plan. Coronavirus fears. All unfolding at a critical moment. Our week in review panel will tackle the week's big stories. Peter Baker, Julie Pace and Hayes Brown join David Folkenflik. 
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Super Bowl LIV: The History And Future Of The 'Big Game'
We look ahead to Sunday’s Super Bowl and break down the big game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. Al Michaels, Pablo Torre and Charles Davis join David Folkenflik.
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Breast Cancer Cultural History, Butterfly Wings. Jan 31, 2020, Part 2
‘Radical’ Explores The Hidden History Of Breast Cancer  Nearly 270,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, along with a couple thousand men. But the disease manifests in many different ways, meaning few patients have the same story to tell.  Journalist Kate Pickert collects many of those stories in her book Radical: The Science, Culture, and History of Breast Cancer in America. And one of those stories is her own. As she writes about her own journey with breast cancer, Pickert delves into the history of breast cancer treatment—first devised by a Scottish medical student studying sheep in the 1800s—and chronicles the huge clinical trials for blockbuster drugs in the 80s and 90s—one of which required armies of people to harvest timber from the evergreen forests of the Pacific Northwest.  She joins Ira Flatow to tell her story, and the surprising cultural history of breast cancer.  With Butterfly Wings, There’s More Than Meets The Eye  Scientists are learning that butterfly wings are more than just a pretty adornment. Once thought to be made up of non-living cells, new research suggests that portions of a butterfly wing are actually alive—and serve a very useful purpose.  In a study published in the journal Nature Communications, Naomi Pierce, curator of Lepidoptera at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, found that nano-structures within the wing help regulate the wing’s temperature, an important function that keeps the thin membrane from overheating in the sun. They also discovered a “wing heart” that beats a few dozen times per minute to facilitate the directional flow of insect blood or hemolymph.  Pierce joins Ira to talk about her work and the hidden structures of butterfly wings. Plus, Nipam Patel, director of the Marine Biological Laboratory, talks about how butterfly wing structure is an important component of the dazzling color on some butterfly wings.
1/31/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Coronavirus Update, Invasive Species. Jan 31, 2020, Part 1
Tracking The Spread Of The Coronavirus Outbreak This week, the World Health Organization declared that the coronavirus outbreak—which began in Wuhan, China—is a public health emergency of international concern. Nearly 8,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide. Chinese scientists sequenced the genome of the virus from some of the patients who were infected early on in the outbreak. Virologist Kristian Andersen discusses how the genetics of the virus can provide clues to how it is transmitted and may be used for diagnostic tests and vaccines. Plus, infectious disease specialist Michael Osterholm talks about the effectiveness of quarantines and what types of measures could be put in place to halt the spread of the pathogen. Putting Invasive Species On Trial When species that have existed in one place for a long time are transported to new ecosystems, there are a few possible outcomes. First, nothing could happen. That flower, fish, or flying insect could find the new environment too hostile. In other cases, the new arrival may succeed and multiply just enough to establish itself in the food chain alongside the native species. But a small fraction of wayward species can go on to dominate. They out-compete an established species so well that they may take over their new home, and change the way a food web functions. Think garlic mustard, jumping worms, and emerald ash borer beetles. And in The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, this winter’s Science Friday Book Club pick, journalist Dan Egan recounts how exposing lakes Michigan, Huron, Ontario, Superior, and Erie to new species had devastating effects on the ecosystems of each lake—first, blood-sucking sea lampreys decimated native lake trout, then tiny alewives exploded in population. Ship-transported round gobies, quagga and zebra mussels, spiny waterfleas, and more have since come on the scene. It’s no surprise that ecologists have had close eyes on the lakes for decades. And now, with species of potentially invasive Asian carp poised to enter from the Mississippi River basin, many wonder what’s next for the Great Lakes’ flora and fauna.  Conservation biologist David Lodge, who helped pioneer the eDNA method for tracking Asian carp, joins University of Michigan ecologist Karen Alofs to talk about how new species become invasive and how biologists decide what to prevent, what to protect, and, sometimes, what changes to accept. When A Correction May Not Be Helpful New work relating to messages about the Zika virus and yellow fever published this week in the journal Science Advances indicates that delivering accurate messaging may be harder than you think. Brendan Nyhan, a professor of government at Dartmouth College and one of the authors of the report, joins Ira to talk about the study and what lessons it might hold for educating people about other public health risks. A Close Call Collision In Near-Earth Orbit On Wednesday night, skywatchers near Pittsburgh looked up, watching, just in case there was a collision in space. Two satellites, an old U.S. Air Force satellite and a nonfunctioning orbital telescope, narrowly avoided collision, passing as close as 40 feet from each other. One estimate ranked the odds of collision at 1 in 20. Amy Nordrum, news editor at IEEE Spectrum, joins Ira to talk about the problem of orbital debris and other stories from the week in science.
1/31/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Super Bowl LIV: The History And Future Of The 'Big Game'
We look ahead to Sunday’s Super Bowl and break down the big game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. Al Michaels, Pablo Torre and Charles Davis join David Folkenflik.
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Impeachment, Trump's Middle East Peace Plan, 2020 Latest
Impeachment. Trump’s Middle East peace plan. Coronavirus fears. All unfolding at a critical moment. Our week in review panel will tackle the week's big stories. Peter Baker, Julie Pace and Hayes Brown join David Folkenflik.
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: John Cameron Mitchell: Getting Shrill
Writer and performer John Cameron Mitchell talks about portraying a nightmarish boss in Hulu's comedy Shrill, Hedwig and the Angry Inch's enduring legacy, and working with Patti LuPone on his new musical podcast. Then, Mitchell plays a game called "We're Going to Make You Sing," where he's quizzed on 1970s glam and punk that inspired Hedwig. Plus, contestants must reimagine literary romances as flirty text exchanges.
1/31/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Jeff Cesario and Dave Dameshek
Jeff Cesario returns with the Waterhouse Update. Plus, Dave Dameshek is back for Good Sports, Gina brings in a new recipe for Eat Your Feelings, and Adam figures out the exact year our society went off the rails. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Pepsi - That's What I Like Butcherbox.com/ADAM or enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Manscaped.com enter ADAM
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Jeff Cesario and Dave Dameshek
Jeff Cesario returns with the Waterhouse Update. Plus, Dave Dameshek is back for Good Sports, Gina brings in a new recipe for Eat Your Feelings, and Adam figures out the exact year our society went off the rails. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Pepsi - That's What I Like Butcherbox.com/ADAM or enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Manscaped.com enter ADAM
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1222 Narcissism Is Where Envy Gets Acted Out
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going to the phones and speaking to a caller who wants Drew's take on some opinions espoused by a popular doctor in media. They then turn to the 2006 film 'Little Miss Sunshine' as Adam plays a few clips for Drew and they examine some of the messages that highly awarded and lauded movie was sending to the audience. Please Support Our Sponsors: Manscaped.com, promo code ADS LifeLock.com, promo code ADAM
1/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Radiolab: The Bobbys
On the occasion of his retirement as cohost of Radiolab, Robert sat down with Jad to reflect on his long and storied career in radio and television, and their work together over the past decade and a half. And we pay tribute to Robert, inspired by a peculiar tradition of his. This episode was produced by Matt Kielty. Sound design & mix by Jeremy Bloom. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
1/31/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Fear Of War With Iran Once Dominated Headlines. What's Happening Now?
Just a few weeks ago, the U.S. assassinated an Iranian general, Iran accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet and protesters took to the streets of Iran. So where are we now? Farnaz Fassihi, Suzanne Maloney and Nicolas Pelham join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: As Senators Navigate Impeachment Trial, Voters Across The Country Are Watching Carefully
As the trial of President Donald Trump continues, we’ll check back in with reporters far away from Washington. How has the trial impacted voter opinion of senators in key states? Kimberly Atkins, Sonja Hutson, Steve Mistler, Liz Ruskin, Sergio Martinez-Beltran and Andrew Yeager join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Jared Cohen
Jared Cohen is an American businessman. He is currently serving as the CEO of Jigsaw and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He has also served as a member of the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff and as an advisor to Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton and he is the author of Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America. Jared sits down with the armchair expert to discuss his obsession with history, the impact of social media on world crises and he teaches us how to win the week. Dax asks about his collection of presidential hair and Jared talks about how he learned to transfer his visible ticks to invisible ones. The two debate the importance of presidential fidelity and the narrowing center in American politics.
1/30/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Jared Cohen
Jared Cohen is an American businessman. He is currently serving as the CEO of Jigsaw and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He has also served as a member of the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff and as an advisor to Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton and he is the author of Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America. Jared sits down with the armchair expert to discuss his obsession with history, the impact of social media on world crises and he teaches us how to win the week. Dax asks about his collection of presidential hair and Jared talks about how he learned to transfer his visible ticks to invisible ones. The two debate the importance of presidential fidelity and the narrowing center in American politics.
1/30/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Listener Calls
1/30/2020 podtrac.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Quickly Learning The Business Rules
Congratulations on your new job! You went through all the pain and suffering of interviewing. Now the real work begins. You have to quickly get to the point where you can provide business value so that you can keep your new shiny job. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Quickly Learning The Business Rules appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
1/30/2020 media.blubrry.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump lawyers make shocking claim of monarchical executive powers
Trump lawyers tiptoe around details of Trump hold on Ukraine aidSchiff says Russia intel being withheld from impeachment probeDuckworth: Even Trump's lawyers made the case for witnessesDuckworth: Dershowitz argument doesn't pass the common sense testTrump lawyers make shocking claim of monarchical executive powers
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump lawyers make shocking claim of monarchical executive powers
Trump lawyers tiptoe around details of Trump hold on Ukraine aidSchiff says Russia intel being withheld from impeachment probeDuckworth: Even Trump's lawyers made the case for witnessesDuckworth: Dershowitz argument doesn't pass the common sense testTrump lawyers make shocking claim of monarchical executive powers
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 2): Brad Evans
Brad Evans calls in to talk Prop Bets and Predictions for the big game! Plus, Adam looks back on a conversation with Glynn Washington, and the guys react to news stories and trending internet topics. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetDSI.com enter ADAM101 Geico.com UndercoverTourist.com
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: ACS (Part 1): Brad Evans
Brad Evans calls in to talk Prop Bets and Predictions for the big game! Plus, Adam looks back on a conversation with Glynn Washington, and the guys react to news stories and trending internet topics. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM BetDSI.com enter ADAM101 Geico.com UndercoverTourist.com
1/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: To Stop Coronavirus, Scientists Look To Lessons From SARS Outbreak 
Deaths from the coronavirus surpass 130 in China. We’ll look back at the lessons learned during the 2003 SARS outbreak and explore how to stop a global pandemic today. Doctors Anthony Fauci, Samira Mubarek and Jennifer Nuzzo join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1/29/2020 dts.podtrac.com