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On Point: Mark Cuban On Corporate Responsibility In A Crisis
We talk with Mark Cuban, the outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank entrepreneur. He joins us to discuss corporate responsibility and the need for innovation in a crisis. Mark Cuban joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
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On Point: Unemployment, Economic Recovery And The Coronavirus
The U.S. is posting historic unemployment numbers. But it didn’t have to be this way. So why is it? Betsey Stevenson and Cecilia Rouse join Meghna Chakrabarti. 
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Science Friday: SciFri Extra: Science Diction On The Word 'Quarantine'
Quarantine has been on many of our minds lately. The phrases “shelter in place” and “self-quarantine” have filled up our news, social media, and conversations since the first inklings of the coronavirus pandemic. But this is far from the first time cities and countries have used the practice of physical separation to battle the spread of disease.  You might think of Mary Mallon, who many know as “Typhoid Mary.” In the early 1900s, she spent nearly 30 years  in a cottage on a small island in New York City’s East River, all to prevent her from infecting others. But we’ve been using quarantine for millennia—well before we even understood germs existed and that they can be transmitted from person-to-person. And the origin of the word stretches all the way back to the mid-14th century, when Europe was swept by one of the biggest losses of human life in history: the Black Death. Want to stay up to speed with Science Diction? Sign up for our newsletter. Guest: Alexander More is a historian at Harvard University and Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Footnotes And Further Reading:  Special thanks to Alexander More, Judith Walzer Leavitt, and Karl Appuhn. If you want to learn more about Mary Mallon, we recommend Judith’s book, Typhoid Mary: Captive to the Public’s Health. Credits: Science Diction is hosted and produced by Johanna Mayer. Our producer and editor is Elah Feder. We had additional story editing from Nathan Tobey, and fact checking help from Michelle Harris. Our composer is Daniel Peterschmidt. Charles Bergquist played the part of George Soper.
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Richard Marx, Daisy Fuentes, and The News (ACS Apr 7)
Richard Marx is in next, and Adam chats with him about being quarantined in Malibu with his beautiful wife, Daisy Fuentes. They also talk about Richard’s upbringing, his dad’s career in the jingle-writing biz, and his own song writing ambitious since he was a small child. Later Adam and Richard discuss their different relationships with their dads and kids, and everyone reacts to the notion that as computers have sped up, the operators have slowed down. Bald Bryan also asks Richard about one of his classic MTV music videos, and Daisy Fuentes joins the feed to help verify a story Adam recalls from the Kids Choice Awards. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about more celebrities diagnosed with Coronavirus, Allstate refunding customers for not driving during this time, and more measures being taken to slow the spread of the virus. As the show wraps up, the guys chat about the return of Wrestlemania. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM Manscaped.com enter ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam, Gina, and Bryan – Facemasks, Confidence, and Making the Most Out of Quarantine (ACS Apr 7)
Adam opens the show talking about everyone wearing facemasks and bandanas everywhere. Adam also wonders where some people get their confidence from, and the guys listen to a clip from Adam’s upcoming audiobook, ‘I’m Your Emotional Support Animal’. Later he talks about looking at Malibu real estate with Natalia just for the fun of it, and no one in his family liking what he likes. The guys also discuss how people are handling their quarantine differently, and they go on to talk about self-improvement, facing your fears, and taking some time to learn something new. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM Manscaped.com enter ADAM
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Pelosi on SCOTUS Wisconsin ruling: 'undermining our democracy'; 'shameful'
April 6, 2020
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On Point: Adrienne Maree Brown On Finding Joy During The Coronavirus Crisis
Finding joy in the midst of overwhelming world events. Celebrating personal triumphs even more than you would before. We’ll talk about why levity may be exactly what we need in a pandemic. adrienne maree brown joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
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On Point: Public Radio Hosts Share How Listeners Are Experiencing The Coronavirus Pandemic
How you’re experiencing the coronavirus pandemic can depend very much on where you live. We’ll check in with public radio hosts around the country to see what they’re hearing from their listeners. Madeleine Brand, Stephen Henderson, Sarah Fenske, and Luis Hernandez join Meghna Chakrabarti.
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Radiolab: Space
One of the most consistent questions we get at the show is from parents who want to know which episodes are kid-friendly and which aren’t. So today, we're releasing a separate feed, Radiolab for Kids. To kick it off, we're rerunning an all-time favorite episode: Space. In the 60’s, space exploration was an American obsession. This hour, we chart the path from romance to increasing cynicism. We begin with Ann Druyan, widow of Carl Sagan, with a story about the Voyager expedition, true love, and a golden record that travels through space. And astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson explains the Coepernican Principle, and just how insignificant we are. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.      
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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys is an American musician, singer, composer, actress and pianist. Alicia joins the Armchair Expert to discuss overcoming resentments, her pattern of people pleasing and releasing the notion that being overworked equals success. Dax relates to Alicia's love of her grandparents and Alicia talks about a life lesson that taught her the necessity of boundaries. The two talk about fear of abandonment, the mix of work and friendship and Dax proves to have good phone game. Alicia’s new book More Myself: A Journey is out now.
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Wondery Presents Imagined Life
In these challenging times there are pivotal moments that can lead to learning and growth. On each episode of Imagined Life from Wondery you’ll step into the shoes of someone who has faced great adversity, overcome the odds and ultimately created a positive impact on our world. In this immersive journey you’ll be given clues, but only at the last minute will you find out who YOU are. If you're wondering what it would be like to be a legendary musician, a successful entrepreneur or a stunning movie star, listen to the full episodes at wondery.fm/MaddowIL
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Kyle Dunnigan – Celebs During Quarantine, New Matt, and Trump’s Thoughts on Coronavirus (ACS Apr 6)
Kyle Dunnigan is in next and the guys talk about extra red lights being run to control people from driving too quickly during the quarantine. The guys then talk about Kyle’s tour being canceled because of Coronavirus, and Adam chats with ‘Sylvester Stallone’ and ‘Bill Maher’ about what they’ve been up to during the quarantine. Adam also chats with ‘New Matt’ about going to Home Depot and helping the Carolla family during the current crisis. As the show wraps up, Gina reads news stories about the latest Coronavirus headlines, and ‘President Trump’ chimes in on some international developments. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Lifelock.com enter ADAM Scott's Turf Builder Triple Action Netsuite.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Dr. Drew – COVID 19 meets Social Media, plus the Rotten Tomatoes Game (ACS Apr 6)
At the top of the show, Adam talks about a cut together montage of Dr. Drew’s COVID19 predictions that went viral over the weekend. Dr. Drew is on the air right at the top of the pod, and Adam talks to him about the negative social media reactions. Adam also talks about his road trips to Malibu with Natalia, updates on a potential ‘Uppity’ feature, and more ‘Guys I Can’t Hang Out With’. Later he talks with Dr. Drew about what happens when money becomes invisible, and the latest research on paying for your education and your success. Before the break, the guys play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Lifelock.com enter ADAM Scott's Turf Builder Triple Action Netsuite.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1252 Nothing Makes Any Sense At All
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the evolving coronavirus situation including the controversy surrounding facemasks, China's role in the pandemic and more. They also discuss the amount of traffic that our nation's hospitals are seeing as a result of the situation and they review an LA Times article suggesting that the school shutdowns are worsening already existing inequities. Please Support Our Sponsors: Lifelock.com, promo code Adam Manscaped.com, promo code Adam
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Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, comedic writers and producers, join us along with panelists Mo Rocca, Roxanne Roberts, and Alonzo Bodden.
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Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Fake Baby in HOV Lane, Colin Hanks, and Baseball
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Colin Hanks on watching football with Dad (2015) 2. Fake baby in HOV Lane (2015) 3. Baseball and Deaf Frat Guy (2014) 4. Ben Affleck Rotten Tomatoes Game (2014) 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!
4/4/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Maddow to Trump: You had one job. Coronavirus response needs competent leadership
April 3, 2020
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Ask Me Another: Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace
Actor and activist Debra Messing talks about the Will & Grace revival seasons. Paul F. Tompkins, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Naomi Ekperigin, and Andy Beckerman join us as this week's couple-testants.
4/3/2020 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace
Actor and activist Debra Messing talks about the Will & Grace revival seasons. Paul F. Tompkins, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Naomi Ekperigin, and Andy Beckerman join us as this week's couple-testants.
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On Point: 'More Myself': Alicia Keys On Her Journey As Musician And Healer
Alicia Keys shares her path from girlhood in Hell's Kitchen to global pop superstar. Alicia Keys joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
4/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Coronavirus Updates, Social Distancing Extended, Amazon Strikes
The death toll from coronavirus continues to mount, as does the economic fallout. Our week in the news roundtable reflects on another unprecedented week. Jonathan Karl, Lisa Desjardins and Elisabeth Rosenthal join Jane Clayson.
4/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: DIY Masks, Neanderthal Diet, Symbiotic Worms. April 3, 2020, Part 2
During the global COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals across the country are running low on PPE—personal protective equipment. This includes masks, gowns, face shields, and other important gear to keep healthcare workers safe. These supplies are the first line of defense between healthcare workers and potentially sick patients. Cloth masks are usually only advised as a last resort for healthcare workers, but an increasing number of hospitals are seeking them out. Some hospitals, including Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis—the largest hospital in Missouri—are anticipating a tsunami of COVID-19 cases in the weeks ahead. To get ready, it’s watching and taking lessons from the experiences of hospitals in coronavirus hotspots, like New York City. One big example is turning to homemade cloth masks to fill oncoming PPE shortages. A homegrown effort called the Million Masks Challenge has sprung up amidst the crisis. Volunteers are pulling out their sewing machines and extra fabric to make masks that are sent to healthcare providers. And a new website, GetPPE.org, has launched to connect crafters with hospitals across the country that are asking for homemade face masks. Joining Ira to talk about the PPE crisis and how hospitals are preparing are Rob Poirier, clinical chief of emergency medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Jessica Choi, founder of GetPPE.org. Why did Neanderthals disappear so quickly after the arrival of early modern humans in Europe, 40,000 years ago? Paleoanthropologists have long wondered whether it was some inferiority that allowed our ancestors to outcompete with Neanderthals for resources—whether that was intelligence, complexity, or some other measure of fitness.  Over the last two decades, the image of the dumb, primitive Neanderthal has broken down. Researchers have found evidence of Neanderthal jewelry and art in European caves, as well as signs they may have buried their dead. But the question remains: Why, when human ancestors finally made it to Europe, did Neanderthals vanish? One persisting theory is that getting Omega-3 fatty acids from diets rich in seafood enabled human ancestors to develop more advanced brains than their Neanderthal cousins. Stashes of fish bones and shells in South African caves have been taken as evidence that early modern humans ate from the sea—and until now, there’s been no evidence that Neanderthals in Europe also did so. But, in a seaside cave in Portugal named Figueira Brava, researchers writing for the journal Science last month found a treasure trove of fish bones, mussel shells, and other remnants of dining from the sea—all older by tens of thousands of years than the first arrival of early modern humans in Europe. Lead author João Zilhão explains how this find expands the growing picture of Neanderthals as complex, intelligent hominins. About 1,800 meters below the ocean surface off the western coast of Costa Rica, methane seeps dot the seafloor. These are places where methane and other hydrocarbons slowly escape from beneath the earth’s crust. Like more well-known hydrothermal vents, methane seeps are home to an unusual array of wildlife, relying on the seeps’ enriched chemistry for energy and nutrients. Writing this week in the journal Science Advances, researchers describe two species of tube worms that live in a symbiotic relationship with methane-oxidizing bacteria that live on their crowns. The researchers collected some of the worms via deep-sea submersibles and then exposed them to carbon-13-labeled methane, showing that the worms were able to assimilate the methane into biomass. The team believes that the symbiosis allows these worms to rely on methane for much of their nutrition. Shana Goffredi, an associate professor of biology at Occidental College in Los Angeles and one of the authors of the report, explains the research and what remains to be learned about the environment around these undersea methane seeps. Writing this week in the journal Science Advances, researchers describe two species of tube worms that live in a symbiotic relationship with methane-oxidizing bacteria that live on their crowns. The researchers collected some of the worms via deep-sea submersibles and then exposed them to carbon-13-labeled methane, showing that the worms were able to assimilate the methane into biomass. The team believes that the symbiosis allows these worms to rely on methane for much of their nutrition. Shana Goffredi, an associate professor of biology at Occidental College in Los Angeles and one of the authors of the report, explains the research and what remains to be learned about the environment around these undersea methane seeps.  
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Science Friday: COVID-19 Supplies Shortage, Citizen Science Month, Mercury Discovery. April 3, 2020, Part 1
April is Citizen Science Month! It’s a chance for everyone to contribute to the scientific process—including collecting data, taking observations, or helping to analyze a set of big data. And best of all, a lot of these projects can be done wherever you happen to be personally isolating. Caren Cooper, an associate professor at North Carolina State University in Raleigh and co-author of the new book A Field Guide To Citizen Science: How You Can Contribute to Scientific Research and Make a Difference, joins Ira to talk about what makes a good citizen science project, how to get involved, and suggestions for projects in all fields of science. Cooper is also the project leader for the citizen science project Crowd The Tap, looking at mapping water infrastructure and the prevalence of lead pipes throughout the country. For more projects to keep you company through this Citizen Science Month and beyond, head over to sciencefriday.com/citizenscience.   Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system and the closest to the sun. The temperature there can reach up to 800 degrees, but the planet is not an inert, dry rock. Scientists recently found water ice at the poles of the planet, and another team found possible evidence for the chemicals building blocks of life underneath Mercury’s rocky terrain—a landscape pitted with impact craters and haphazardly strewn hills. Those results were published in the journal Scientific Reports. Planetary astronomer Deborah Domingue takes us on a planetary tour and talks about what Mercury can tell us about the rest of the solar system.   All sorts of COVID-19 treatments have been proposed, but some are more promising than others. One of these experimental treatments is using the blood plasma from recovered patients to infuse antibodies into those who are currently sick. This week, New York put out a call for plasma donations, becoming the first state to attempt this approach. Sarah Zhang of The Atlantic talks about what we know about the effectiveness and hurdles of this type of treatment. She also discusses the second wave of COVID-19 infections hitting Asia, and the CDC’s changing stance on personal face mask usage.  
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Radiolab: Dispatch 3: Shared Immunity
More than a million people have caught Covid-19, and tens of thousands have died. But thousands more have survived and recovered. A week or so ago (aka, what feels like ten years in corona time) producer Molly Webster learned that many of those survivors possess a kind of superpower: antibodies trained to fight the virus. Not only that, they might be able to pass this power on to the people who are sick with corona, and still in the fight. Today we have the story of an experimental treatment that’s popping up all over the country: convalescent plasma transfusion, a century-old procedure that some say may become one of our best weapons against this devastating, new disease.   If you have recovered from Covid-19 and want to donate plasma, national and local donation registries are gearing up to collect blood.  To sign up with the American Red Cross, a national organization that works in local communities, head here.  To find out more about the The National COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Project, which we spoke about in our episode, including information on clinical trials or plasma donation projects in your community, go here.  And if you are in the greater New York City area, and want to donate convalescent plasma, head over to the New York Blood Center to sign up. Or, register with specific NYC hospitals here.   If you are sick with Covid-19, and are interested in participating in a clinical trial, or are looking for a plasma donor match, check in with your local hospital, university, or blood center for more; you can also find more information on trials at The National COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Project. And lastly, Tatiana Prowell’s tweet that tipped us off is here. This episode was reported by Molly Webster and produced by Pat Walters. Special thanks to Drs. Evan Bloch and Tim Byun, as well as the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.  
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Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: MORE Peter Diamandis – Turning Problems into Business Opportunities, plus Good Sports! (ACS Apr 3)
Peter Diamandis returns to continue their conversation from yesterday. The guys chat about the productivity of the private sector vs. the government, finding good news amongst all the Coronavirus coverage, and Peter’s new book, ‘The Future is Faster Than You Think’. Other topics of conversation include separating a platform from its leader’s views, platforms that are censoring themselves, and utilizing technology to make our world a better place. Later they discuss how problems can be viewed as business opportunities, the exponential growth of solar power, and the next generation of kids who want to be in technology. Before wrapping up, the guys chat about democratizing things that used to cost us money. Stick around for today’s Good Sports with Adam and Dave Dameshek. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM LightStream.com/ADAM
4/3/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Dave Mason – Prop Betting During Quarantine, plus the News (ACS Apr 3)
Adam starts today’s podcast talking about his random phone conversation with Judd Apatow. The guys then discuss the passing of songwriter Adam Schlesinger, and watch a Man Show clip that they worked on together. Dave Mason also calls in to talk about betting on Wrestlemania, ping pong, and other unique sports during the quarantine. Before the break, the guys listen to a new Rich Banks song, and Gina reads news stories about a train engineer who intentionally derailed a train, and Larry David’s Coronavirus PSA. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetOnline enter PODCASTONE Geico.com ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM LightStream.com/ADAM
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The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1251 Why Not Ask Me?
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the reaction to the coronavirus and the ignored realities of what a strong immune system can do to combat the virus. The conversation then turns towards some of Adam's successful friends like Geragos & Kimmel and how they are viewing the crisis. The conversation then turns to a study that Dr. Drew saw suggesting that extreme heat and cold water exposure as well as the ketogenic diet can all be useful tools in fighting off the coronavirus. Please Support Our Sponsors: EightSleep.com/Love
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The Rachel Maddow Show: Cuomo: Coronavirus crisis 'truly frightening,' 'didn't have to be'
April 2, 2020
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On Point: Staying Active At Home: The Psychological Benefits Of Movement
We look at how people are staying active at home and the psychological benefits of movement. Judy Van Raalte and Sadie Kurzban join Meghna Chakrabarti.
4/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: How The Coronavirus Crisis Has Upended Political Campaigns
It’s still an election year. So, we’ll take a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has upended political campaigns across the country, including the race for the White House. Anthony Brooks, Alexi McCammond and Nicholas Riccardi join Meghna Chakrabarti.
4/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Stephen Dubner
Stephen Dubner is an author, journalist, and podcast/radio host. He is co-author of the Freakonomics book series and host of Freakonomics Radio. Stephen sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss being drawn to counterintuitive thinking, his journey to Judaism and looking at politics through an objective lens. Dax asks about Stephen’s childhood and Stephen talks about popular Freakonomics pieces. The two weave in and out of many topics including the prevalence of artificial insemination in turkeys, the uptick in pedestrian deaths and the potential of eating humans.
4/2/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Batch Processing
If you are like many developers, most of the time you are building systems that are intended to be used directly by users. However, eventually you will be tasked with building processes to process data out of band. And when you do, you'll quickly learn that such processing requires a very different thought process. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Batch Processing appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
4/2/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Peter Diamandis – Fear Management and Embracing Technology, plus Good Sports! (ACS Apr 2)
Peter Diamandis is on the line next, and Adam talks with him about his book, ‘The Future is Faster Than You Think’, and how different industries will have to evolve in the coming years. They also discuss how our society is being spoon-fed fear, and why people need to take responsibility for their own minds. Other topics of conversation include embracing change, leveraging technologies like artificial intelligence, and why this is the best time ever to be an entrepreneur. Before wrapping up, Adam and Peter talk about the potential end of cancer, and the future of transportation technology. Stick around for today’s Good Sports with Adam and Dave Dameshek. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM
4/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Jeff Cesario – Helping Comics, Chet Waterhouse, and the News (ACS Apr 2)
Adam, Bryan and Gina open today’s podcast talking about ESPN trying to get everyone entertained during this strange time of no sports happening. Adam then talks about some of his racing events getting cancelled, letting go of things you can’t control, and how his dad is (not) reacting to Coronavirus. They also listen to another trumpet mashup, and chat with Jeff Cesario about classic scenes from Fargo, passing time in quarantine, and trying to help working comedians. Before the break, Chet Waterhouse brings this week’s Sports Update, and the guys talk about the art of writing puns. Gina starts the news talking about the lead of Tiger King being quarantined for Coronavirus. They also discuss updates on the research behind coronavirus, new measures that may be implemented in the future, and Joe Buck continuing his promise of doing play-by-plays of videos that are sent to him. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Stamps.com enter ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM
4/2/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Maddow: Lack of US national coronavirus policy is insane. And fatal.
April 1, 2020
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The Dr. Drew Podcast: Jeff Robbins
Founder and General Counsel of 'A Better Life Recovery' Jeff Robbins joins Dr. Drew to talk about the state of homelessness and lack of substance abuse treatment for that at risk community. Learn more about Jeff and 'A Better Life Recovery' at abetterliferecovery.com Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
4/1/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Staying Connected, Virtually: What We Lose Online
For years, Sherry Turkle has researched how technology is pushing people apart. But in the face of a global pandemic, is technological communication the thing that's bringing us together? Sherry Turkle joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
4/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: 'Saving The Economy Versus Saving Lives?': An Ethicist And Economist Consider A Coronavirus Question
We sit down with an economist and an ethicist to think through how an entire society best unwinds from a lockdown. Christine Mitchell and Andy Atkeson join Meghna Chakrabarti.
4/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Radiolab: Dispatch 2: Every Day is Ignaz Semmelweis Day
It began with a tweet: “EVERY DAY IS IGNAZ SEMMELWEIS DAY.” Carl Zimmer — tweet author, acclaimed science writer and friend of the show — tells the story of a mysterious, deadly illness that struck 19th century Vienna, and the ill-fated hero who uncovered its cure … and gave us our best weapon (so far) against the current global pandemic. This episode was reported and produced with help from Bethel Habte and Latif Nasser. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
4/1/2020 podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Part 8: Monica & Jess Love Cock Buffets with Dan Savage
In Part 8: Monica & Jess Love Cock Buffets, M and J welcome Dan Savage (author, media pundit, journalist, and LGBT community activist) to the attic via video chat. Dan delineates many differences between dating in the gay community vs. the straight one. He talks to Monica about why women are engrained to "vet a guy before they bed a guy" and talks to Jess about transgressive behaviors in the gay community. He discusses the notion that we meet a few people in life who are .68 and we make the choice to round them up to a 1. He talks about the equality complex and how we need to give ourselves permission to have successful short term relationships. Monica talks to Sam on the phone and relays to Jess what they talked about and Dan takes the challenges to a new level of scary.
4/1/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Wizard’s Rules
In the Sword of Truth series Terry Goodkind lists out several Wizard's Rules that are used to illustrate points and train the characters. Each one has a different but related message about life. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Wizard’s Rules appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
4/1/2020 media.blubrry.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: More Jo Koy, News, and Good Sports (ACS Apr 1)
Jo Koy hangs in for the news. Gina starts with more celeb-related Coronavirus headlines. The guys also talk about how other countries like South Africa are reacting to the virus, a stolen Van Gogh painting, and how people are making the most of their videoconferences. In the last part of the show, Adam and Jo discuss keeping their comedy muscles fresh, and Adam and Shek bring today’s Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com DCUniverse.com/join enter ADAM
4/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Jo Koy – The Fabulous Forum and PF Chang’s Phone Orders (ACS Apr 1)
Adam, Bryan and Gina react to more Coronavirus updates from around the world. Adam then talks about which mildly racist headlines are getting the most coverage, and the guys chat with a fan who lives in Sweden to talk about what’s going on over there. They also discuss how COVID-19 will impact the European Union, and how social media and politics continue to be linked. Adam then thanks Jo Koy for the incredible Forum experience they shared together recently. Jo also talks about how Coronavirus has impacted his tour, and the community of fans he’s helped bring together. Before the break, the guys improvise a scene with the PF Chang’s host. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Geico.com DCUniverse.com/join enter ADAM
4/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1250 Olga is the Backbone of this Household
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing how invaluable Olga is in Adam's household and how he reacted to the news that his wife Lynette gave Olga the week off for social distancing. The conversation then turns to some recent New York Times news where it was discovered that they changed a headline three different times in an attempt to mollify their fans. Drew then brings up the Netflix sensation 'Tiger King' and the guys get into the psychology surrounding people like those in the series. As the show wraps up the guys discuss the new phenomenon of people trying to deem themselves heros while avoiding the heroic and often dangerous actions that have long been prerequisites for that status. Please Support Our Sponsors: TommyJohn.com/ADS EightSleep.com/Love
4/1/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Even from this White House, the COVID-19 death projections are terrible
March 31, 2020
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All About Android (MP3): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: twit.to/aaa466b Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: twit.to/aaa466aJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): twit.to/aaa466cFlo - X Icon Changer: twit.to/aaa466dAnt - Live ATC: twit.to/aaa466eThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: twit.to/aaa466b Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: twit.to/aaa466aJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): twit.to/aaa466cFlo - X Icon Changer: twit.to/aaa466dAnt - Live ATC: twit.to/aaa466eThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: twit.to/aaa466b Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: twit.to/aaa466aJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): twit.to/aaa466cFlo - X Icon Changer: twit.to/aaa466dAnt - Live ATC: twit.to/aaa466eThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: twit.to/aaa466b Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: twit.to/aaa466aJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): twit.to/aaa466cFlo - X Icon Changer: twit.to/aaa466dAnt - Live ATC: twit.to/aaa466eThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=817875899&single=true Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hobi.androidJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atari.mobile.missilecommandmcFlo - X Icon Changer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.hexman.xiconchangerAnt - Live ATC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.liveatc.liveatc_appThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 pdst.fm
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=817875899&single=true Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hobi.androidJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atari.mobile.missilecommandmcFlo - X Icon Changer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.hexman.xiconchangerAnt - Live ATC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.liveatc.liveatc_appThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 pdst.fm
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=817875899&single=true Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hobi.androidJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atari.mobile.missilecommandmcFlo - X Icon Changer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.hexman.xiconchangerAnt - Live ATC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.liveatc.liveatc_appThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 pdst.fm
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 466: The Flavors of 5G
Bye-bye Dark Sky, Astro Slide 5G, OnePlus 8 incomingDark Sky weather app is bought by Apple.Google is doing away with April Fools jokes.Planet Computers kicks off the Astro Slide 5G.Huawei's P40 Pro is powerful but still lacks everything Google.OnePlus 8 gets an event date and it sounds really nice.Xiaomi Mi 10 shows how its phones are getting pricier.LG might be saying goodbye to its upper-midrange G series.Google redesigned Google Podcasts and brought much-needed features.Code hints at ad-supported movies coming to Google Play Movies.Read our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=817875899&single=true Ron - Hobi: TV Series Tracker, Trakt Client For TV Shows: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hobi.androidJason - Missile Command Recharged (FREE/$2.99): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atari.mobile.missilecommandmcFlo - X Icon Changer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.hexman.xiconchangerAnt - Live ATC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.liveatc.liveatc_appThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll466 Hosts: Jason Howell, Florence Ion, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsors: mintmobile.com/android zapier.com/AAA legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
4/1/2020 pdst.fm
On Point: Rebecca Solnit On What Disasters Reveal About Hope And Humanity
Author and historian Rebecca Solnit on how disasters like a global pandemic can give rise to a powerful hope. Rebecca Solnit joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: What We Need From TV News During The Coronavirus Crisis
With around-the-clock television coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, TV is still a powerful, influential source of information. But is this the kind of TV news that best serves the public? David Folkenflik joins Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: SciFri Extra: Science Diction On The Word 'Cobalt'
Cobalt has been hoodwinking people since the day it was pried from the earth. Named after a pesky spirit from German folklore, trickery is embedded in its name.   In 1940s Netherlands, cobalt lived up to its name in a big way, playing a starring role in one of the most embarrassing art swindles of the 19th century. It’s a story of duped Nazis, a shocking court testimony, and one fateful mistake. Want more Science Diction? Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and sign up for our newsletter. The infamous Han van Meegeren, hard at work. (Wikimedia Commons) Guest:  Kassia St. Clair is a writer and cultural historian based in London. Footnotes And Further Reading: For fascinating histories on every color you can imagine, read Kassia St. Clair’s The Secret Lives of Color. Thanks to Jennifer Culver for background information on the kobold. Read more about Han van Meegeren in The Forger’s Spell by Edward Dolnick and in the 2009 series “Bamboozling Ourselves” in the New York Times. Credits:  Science Diction is written and produced by Johanna Mayer, with production and editing help from Elah Feder. Our senior editor is Christopher Intagliata, with story editing help from Nathan Tobey. Our theme song and music are by Daniel Peterschmidt. We had fact-checking help from Michelle Harris, and mixing help from Kaitlyn Schwalje. Special thanks to the entire Science Friday staff.
3/31/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Jason Van Camp – Deliberate Discomfort, Facing Your Fears, and Coronavirus News (ACS Mar 31)
Jason Van Camp talks with Adam about Deliberate Discomfort. They also talk about his experiences as a Green Beret, the difficult days that lead to earning three Bronze Stars, and why you have to push yourself to do things you’re afraid of. Later, Gina reads news stories about the Coronavirus extension in the U.S., how churches and other countries are responding to the virus, and Larry David’s GoFundMe for golf club caddies. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about the return of late night TV via hosts, via their living rooms. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Geico.com BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Cigar.com enter ADAM DCUniverse.com/join enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
3/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam, Gina and Bryan – Quarantine Life in Italy and Mr. Brightside (ACS Mar 31)
At the top of the show, Adam talks about his conversation with Patrick Dempsey, and how this current stay-at-home situation could be a blessing in disguise. They also talk about why you need to make yourself uncomfortable, and how the media and politicians are driving panic further. The guys then take video submissions for a round of Mr. Brightside, and Adam also talks with a fan who’s currently quarantined in Italy. Before the break, the guys discuss Sweden’s unique approach to combating the virus, how Italy’s health care system is functioning, and the global threat of China. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Geico.com BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Cigar.com enter ADAM DCUniverse.com/join enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
3/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: National COVID response useless for coordinating medical supplies
March 30, 2020
3/31/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Coping With Loss And Grief During A Global Pandemic
We’re all feeling a lot lately, including loss. We’ll discuss grief and grieving during a global pandemic. David Kessler and Sonya Lott join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: India, The World's Largest Democracy, Locks Down
As India locks down 1.3 billion people, the world’s largest democracy is taking unprecedented measures in the country to fight the spread of coronavirus. But will it be enough? Ravi Agrawal, Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan and Barkha Dutt join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Joy Bryant Returns
Joy Bryant (For Life, Parenthood, Get Rich or Die Tryin') is an American actress. Joy returns to Armchair Expert and sits down with her ex-TV husband to discuss her new obsession with duck, living bi-coastal and the parameters of when she wears a headscarf. Dax tries to induct two new people to the soul spectrum and Joy revisits the conversation of house note vs. house payment. The two talk about whether traumatic backgrounds give you a pass for problematic behavior, they discuss the extremities of the societal pendulum swing and Dax updates Joy on a recent change of opinion.
3/30/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam, Gina and Bryan - Coastline Drives and Rotten Tomatoes (ACS Mar 30)
Adam begins this week’s podcast talking to Bryan and Gina about another movie title that had to exist before the script. Gina then shares a Donna Fargo song with the gang to get their thoughts, and everyone comments on the lack of country music in LA. Adam also talks about coastline drives with his daughter Natalia, seeing plenty of drivers on Pacific Coast Highway, and listening to music Natalia likes. Later the group listens to a new trumpet mashup, and discusses Gina’s experience on The Marie Osmond Show in 2013. Before the break, the guys play a round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA TommyJohn.com/ADAM
3/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1249 I'm A Naive Babe In The Woods
Adam and Dr. Drew reunite from their homes and dive straight into the current state of the coronavirus crisis. They discuss the narrative that is emerging and some of the messages that are coming from our leaders and the new media that seems to be leaning towards alarming people as opposed to informing them. Please Support Our Sponsors: SimpliSafe.com/Adam2 TommyJohn.com/ADS
3/30/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Vinnie Tortorich – Immune System, ‘Covid-5’, and the News (ACS Mar 30)
Vinnie Tortorich is on the line next, and the guys wonder what’s going to happen to hand licking quarterbacks. Vinnie then talks about how New Orleans is dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak, and he reacts to reports about young kids dying from the virus. The guys also discuss making the most of being cooped up in quarantine, and problems with the traditional food pyramid. Gina then reads news stories about MLB jersey fabric being used for medical masks, a new Netflix Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, and how countries around the world are reacting to ‘social distancing’. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about people being forced to deal with live streamed funerals. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA TommyJohn.com/ADAM
3/29/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Tim Gunn
Tim Gunn, fashion icon, joins us along with panelists Peter Grosz, Negin Farsad, and Adam Burke.
3/28/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: Dump-a-Dilly, Eugene Mirman, Football Rotten Tomatoes
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Jake Steinfeld Dump-a-Dilly (2012) 2. Prince and the end of the internet (2010) 3. Bob's Burgers' Eugene Mirman in studio (2011) 4. Football Rotten Tomatoes (2014) 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!
3/28/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Pelosi: Two trillion dollar relief bill 'the least we can do'
March 27, 2020
3/28/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Emily Nussbaum: The Watch From Home Episode
In this work-from-home episode, The New Yorker's Emily Nussbaum talks about TV watching during COVID-19. Plus John Hodgman, Jackie Kashian, Robert Lopez, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez stand in as contestants.
3/27/2020 play.podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Emily Nussbaum: The Watch From Home Episode
In this work-from-home episode, The New Yorker's Emily Nussbaum talks about TV watching during COVID-19. Plus John Hodgman, Jackie Kashian, Robert Lopez, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez stand in as contestants.
3/27/2020 play.podtrac.com
On Point: What The Coronavirus Crisis Means For Those Already Struggling
There was plenty of economic hardship before coronavirus hit. We'll discuss what the crisis means for people who were already struggling. Alissa Quart joins Jane Clayson.
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: The Political, Cultural And Economic Impact Of Coronavirus
Cases of coronavirus are skyrocketing across the U.S. We’ll talk about the public health crisis, and the politics and economics of the pandemic, in our week in review roundtable. Paula Reid, Jonathan Cohn, Betsy Shepherd and Susan Glasser join Jane Clayson.
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Squid Lighting, Tongue Microbiome, Invasive Herbivores. March 27, 2020, Part 2
How Humboldt Squid Talk To Each Other In The Dark Cephalopods are masters of changing their bodies in response to their environments—from camouflaging to sending warning signals to predators. The art of their visual deception lies deep within their skin. They can change their skin to different colors, textures, and patterns to communicate with other animals and each other. But how does this play out in the darkness of the deep ocean? That’s the question a team of scientists studied in the deep diving Humboldt squid that lives over 2,000 feet beneath the ocean’s surface. Their results were published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biologist Benjamin Burford, who is an author on that study, explains how Humboldt squid use a combination of skin color patterns and bioluminescence to send each other signals and what this might teach us about communication in the deep ocean. See a video and more photos of Humboldt squid communicating with each other from Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.  Mapping The Microbiome Of Your Tongue Your mouth is home to billions of bacteria—some prefer to live on the inside of the cheeks, while others prefer the teeth, some the gums, or the surface of the tongue. Writing this week in the journal Cell Reports, researchers describe their efforts to map out the various communities of bacteria that inhabit the tongue.  In the average mouth, around two dozen different types of bacteria form tiny “microbial skyscrapers” on your tongue’s surface, clustered around a central core made up of individual human skin cells. The researchers are mapping out the locations of the tiny bacterial colonies within those skyscrapers, to try to get a better understanding of the relationships and interdependencies between each colony.  Jessica Mark Welch, one of the authors of the report and an associate scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, talks about what we know about the microbiome of the human mouth, and what researchers would still like to learn. Rethinking Invasive Species With Pablo Escobar’s Hippos Colombia is home to an estimated 80 to 100 hippos where they’re an invasive species—hippos are native to Africa. But notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar brought four to the country as part of his private zoo. After his death in 1993, the hippos escaped to the wild where they thrived.  Some locals consider them pests, the government has mulled over getting rid of them, and recent studies have shown that their large amounts of waste is changing the aquatic ecology of Colombia. But new research has taken a different view, showing that even though hippos are invasive, they might be filling an ecological hole left by large herbivores killed off by humans thousands of years ago. Erick Lundgren, the study’s lead author and a Ph.D. student at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia, talks about why we should stop thinking of the phrase “invasive species” as inherently bad, and what may be in store for the future of these hippos. 
3/27/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: COVID Near You Citizen Science, Fact-Check Your Feed. March 27, 2020, Part 1
These days, our newsfeeds are overloaded with stories of the coronavirus. This week, Science Friday continues to dig into the facts behind the speculation—the peer-reviewed studies and reports published by scientists investigating the virus. But what we know—and don’t know—about the new virus is changing daily, making it hard to keep up. Everyone, for example, wants to know more about possible therapies for treating COVID-19 patients. After President Trump publicly speculated about the tried and true antimalarial drug, hydroxychloroquine, his endorsement sent governors, doctors, and the worried public scrambling to get their hands on the drug. But is there any science to back-up this claim? And what about remdesivir, the antiviral drug that has been used to treat a handful of patients, and is now the subject of several new drug trials? Angela Rasmussen, associate research scientist and virologist at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health joins Science Friday once again to break down the science behind the stories. As suspected and confirmed cases of COVID-19 skyrocket in the United States, testing availability remains limited, leaving people wondering if their cough is something to worry about. But testing isn’t just a balm for anxiety—public health officials need data about how far the new virus has spread to make decisions about how to best protect people, and where to send critical resources, like masks and gowns. Accurate information is the frontline of defense, but scientists still have pressing questions about the novel disease. For instance, how many people who are infected actually have symptoms? If you do have symptoms, how likely are you to get severely sick? Until we are able to test both healthy and symptomatic people at scale, citizen science can help fill the gaps in tracking who has COVID-19. And the public health team that launched Flu Near You to track seasonal flu symptoms is now doing just that: soliciting your symptoms in the Covid Near You project. Covid Near You co-founder John Brownstein of Boston Children’s Hospital explains what questions the project may help answer, and what trends Covid Near You will track—including why this data is so valuable to public health efforts. Sign up at www.covidnearyou.org to report how you’re feeling—whether you’re healthy or have symptoms.
3/27/2020 podtrac.com
Radiolab: Dispatch 1: Numbers
In a recent Radiolab group huddle, with coronavirus unraveling around us, the team found themselves grappling with all the numbers connected to COVID-19. Our new found 6 foot bubbles of personal space. Three percent mortality rate (or 1, or 2, or 4). 7,000 cases (now, much much more). So in the wake of that meeting, we reflect on the onslaught of numbers - what they reveal, and what they hide.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
3/27/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: More Tom Segura, News and Good Sports (ACS Mar 27)
Tom Segura is still on the line for Part 2 of today’s podcast. Gina begins the news talking about the latest unemployment statistics. Other Coronavirus stories involve trying to stop the spread through the military, the McDonalds all day breakfast menu going away, and how being quarantined is actually bringing families closer together. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dave Dameshek bring today’s Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Scott's Turf Builder Triple Action
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Tom Segura and Dr. Drew (ACS Mar 27)
At the top of today’s podcast, Adam gets philosophical and talks about ‘change’. Bryan and Gina also talk about how videoconferencing can make education more accessible, and still generate business for everyone. Adam then talks with Dr. Drew about not knowing the ages of people who are diagnosed with Coronavirus. Later, Tom Segura talks about traveling as a standup while maintaining a family life, and Adam shares a story about Sonny getting ‘lost’. Before the break, the guys discuss Tom’s journey to become a comedian, things he’s learned about his dad’s experiences in Vietnam, and his process for writing his standup. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! SimpliSafe.com/ADAM TommyJohn.com/ADAM Scott's Turf Builder Triple Action
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1248 Trisha Paytas
Adam and Drew welcome Trisha Paytas to the show and open the show by going to the phones and speaking to a caller who recently shot a video of herself licking an airplane toilet seat that went viral. They also speak to a caller who wants to know what inspired Trisha in her career and Adam takes a little bit of issue with her advice. The group then discuss the different ways that they all handle the way that they put themselves out into the world and handle the good, bad & ugly that comes back as a result. Please Support Our Sponsors: EightSleep.com/LOVE TommyJohn.com/ADS
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Army Corps of Engineers gives options to states facing COVID crush
The most reassuring interview we've had with a federal figure since the start of the coronavirus crisis.
3/27/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Coronavirus: How Religious Communities Are Worshiping Together While Apart
We discuss how faith communities across America are worshiping together during the coronavirus outbreak. Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rabbi Rachel Greengrass, Reverend Joshua Lazard and Imam Omar Suleiman join Meghna Chakrabarti. 
3/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: What It's Like To Be A Nurse On The Front Lines Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
Health care workers are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. We hear from nurses across the country about the challenges they’re facing. Paul Read, Mary Turner, Mary Jo Kelly and Elizabeth Bridges join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Complete Developer Podcast: Improving Your Work Ethic
We all lose motivation or fall prey to distractions. Productivity, creativity, and quality suffer when we lack the self discipline of a strong work ethic. Read more › <!-- end of .read-more --> The post Improving Your Work Ethic appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
3/26/2020 media.blubrry.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Lydia Denworth
Lydia Denworth is a science journalist and author. She is the contributing editor for Scientific American and writes for Psychology Today. Her work has also appeared in The Atlantic, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Time. Lydia sits down with the Armchair Expert to talk about the biology of friendship, the science of social bonding and the evidence that we are social animals. Dax asks for suggestions to aid social development for kids who struggle to make friendships and Lydia details how friendship impacts mortality and longevity. They also touch on Lydia's work in the Deaf community, quality vs. quantity in friendships and Lydia explains why Monica is Exhibit A in the necessity of friendship.
3/26/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS Mar 26)
Gina begins the news talking about the $2 Trillion jolt to the economy approved late last night. They also discuss airline pollution, New Orleans becoming a new epicenter for Coronavirus, and NYU allowing certain students to graduate early. Other Coronavirus headlines include the closing of many Waffle House locations, more celebs who have contracted the virus, and a man who passed away after ingesting toxic chemicals. In the last part of the show, Adam and Dave Dameshek bring today’s Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Legalzoom.com enter ADAM Capterra.com/ADAM Geico.com NetSuite.com/ADAM
3/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Emily Morse – Sex Surrogacy and Coronavirus in Hawaii, plus DFG (ACS Mar 26)
Adam opens the show talking about keeping the business up and running. The guys then listen to a new track by Rich Banks, and DFG hops on the line for a round of JV or All Balls. Adam then gives an update on not knowing the ages of Coronavirus patients, and Emily Morse is on the line to comment on maintaining your relationship while you’re stuck in quarantine. They also discuss her being stuck in Hawaii during the crisis, and how sex surrogacy works. Before hanging up, Emily asks Adam if he’s ever talked to his kids about sex. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Legalzoom.com enter ADAM Capterra.com/ADAM Geico.com NetSuite.com/ADAM
3/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Medical students called into service early to help in COVID fight
March 25, 2020
3/26/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Dr. Drew Podcast: Heather Mac Donald
New York Times Best Selling Author and contributing editor to The Manhattan Institute's 'City Journal' Heather Mac Donald joins Dr. Drew in today's show to discuss campus culture and her new book 'The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture' available now anywhere you get books. Learn more about Heather by following her on Twitter @HMDatMI. Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
3/26/2020 podtrac.com
On Point: Sing-Alongs, Mask Donations And Food Deliveries: Acts Of Kindness During The Coronavirus Crisis
Coronavirus framed in a different light: we’ll talk about acts of kindness popping up in communities around the country. Jamil Zaki and Andrea Asuaje join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Lessons From Singapore, Hong Kong And South Korea's Response To Coronavirus
Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea seem to be getting it right when it comes to coronavirus. We’ll take a close look at what they’re doing, how they’re doing it and if those measures can be deployed in the United States. Dale Fisher, Claire Standley, Gabriel Leung and Andrea Crisanti join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Part 7: Monica & Jess Love Goblins with Esther Perel
In Part 7: Monica & Jess Love Goblins with Esther Perel, M and J are thrilled to welcome psychotherapist, Esther Perel to the attic. Esther makes the distinction between love and desire and she reminds them that having a lot of sex with many partners is equivalent to avoiding sex- both are methods to avoid rejection. Esther encourages Monica to let go of the goblin on her shoulder and she removes the phrase "losing feelings for" from the relationship vocabulary. The three talk about "want" vs. "should" and Esther is intrigued by Jess's interactions with "out of my league guy". Esther does exercises with M and J on how to spark desire and she gently tells them if they don't let go of their narratives, regardless of who they date, they will always be dating their narrative.
3/25/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: More Adam Ray, News and Good Sports (ACS Mar 25)
Adam Ray is still on the line for Gina’s News. Topics include Coronavirus statistics, more postponements, and celebs trying to raise funds while everything is shut down. Adam also rants about actors, and Gina talks about college courses coming online for free, Trump’s announcement that he wants business to open back up by Easter, and grandparents who’d be happy to die for the economy. Other stories include Elon Musk donating ventilators to California, the latest round of weird celebrity videos, and Joe Buck doing play-by-play of any video you send him. As the show wraps up, enjoy a brand new episode of Good Sports. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Geico.com ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Adam Ray – Standup Shutdown and Performing as Dr. Phil (ACS Mar 25)
Sonny Carolla is on the mic right at the top of the show, and then Adam talks about a recent conversation he had with Dr. Drew about lessening the effects of Coronavirus. The guys then watch a clip from a recent Unprepared performance, and Adam talks with Mike August about his toilet paper situation. The guys also go through some Liked Tweets, and discuss leaf blower pollution, Adam’s dad’s trumpet playing, and Ellen DeGeneres. Later Adam Ray hops on the line to discuss how Coronavirus is impacting the standup world. Later Carolla asks Adam Ray about performing standup as Dr. Phil. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Geico.com ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1247 He's Feeding Your Weakness
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show continuing their conversation about the coronavirus situation and the wild mischaracterizations that are coming out of the news media. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who wants Adam & Drew's thoughts on how we should balance the care for the elderly with the health of the economy. They also speak to a caller who is experiencing panic attacks and is looking for the guys thoughts & advice on the topic. Please Support Our Sponsors: EightSleep.com/LOVE TommyJohn.com/ADS
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Mardi Gras, coronavirus make 'perfect storm' crisis in Louisiana
March 24, 2020
3/25/2020 dts.podtrac.com
All About Android (MP3): AAA 465: Sooner Sale of the Century
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 is outAndrew Martonik does a first look at the LG V60 ThinQThe Google Sooner goes on eBay for dirt cheapThe Galaxy S20 is finally getting its camera software updateEssential's unreleased PH-2 and PH-3 phones are shown offXiaomi Redmi K30 Pro is a lot of phone for not much moneyZoom's app store ratings have returned to normalGoogle Translate can transcribe speech nowRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1941881472&single=trueJason - APKMirror Installer (Early): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apkmirror.helper.prodAnt - Brain It On: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbital.brainitonAndrew - Enpass Password Manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.enpass.appRon - Taskcade: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.taskade.mobileThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll465 Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Andrew Martonik Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
3/25/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HI): AAA 465: Sooner Sale of the Century
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 is outAndrew Martonik does a first look at the LG V60 ThinQThe Google Sooner goes on eBay for dirt cheapThe Galaxy S20 is finally getting its camera software updateEssential's unreleased PH-2 and PH-3 phones are shown offXiaomi Redmi K30 Pro is a lot of phone for not much moneyZoom's app store ratings have returned to normalGoogle Translate can transcribe speech nowRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1941881472&single=trueJason - APKMirror Installer (Early): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apkmirror.helper.prodAnt - Brain It On: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbital.brainitonAndrew - Enpass Password Manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.enpass.appRon - Taskcade: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.taskade.mobileThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll465 Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Andrew Martonik Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
3/25/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video LO): AAA 465: Sooner Sale of the Century
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 is outAndrew Martonik does a first look at the LG V60 ThinQThe Google Sooner goes on eBay for dirt cheapThe Galaxy S20 is finally getting its camera software updateEssential's unreleased PH-2 and PH-3 phones are shown offXiaomi Redmi K30 Pro is a lot of phone for not much moneyZoom's app store ratings have returned to normalGoogle Translate can transcribe speech nowRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1941881472&single=trueJason - APKMirror Installer (Early): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apkmirror.helper.prodAnt - Brain It On: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbital.brainitonAndrew - Enpass Password Manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.enpass.appRon - Taskcade: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.taskade.mobileThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll465 Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Andrew Martonik Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
3/25/2020 media.blubrry.com
All About Android (Video HD): AAA 465: Sooner Sale of the Century
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 is outAndrew Martonik does a first look at the LG V60 ThinQThe Google Sooner goes on eBay for dirt cheapThe Galaxy S20 is finally getting its camera software updateEssential's unreleased PH-2 and PH-3 phones are shown offXiaomi Redmi K30 Pro is a lot of phone for not much moneyZoom's app store ratings have returned to normalGoogle Translate can transcribe speech nowRead our show notes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSHBWBauEEQurVOknpj-NNgo2BIXS72SAaRpexKGZDeWe-VRklzbBQHfoe5a6RO5gWcw1KxebBO-uRe/pubhtml?gid=1941881472&single=trueJason - APKMirror Installer (Early): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apkmirror.helper.prodAnt - Brain It On: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbital.brainitonAndrew - Enpass Password Manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.enpass.appRon - Taskcade: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.taskade.mobileThis Week's Poll: http://twit.to/aaapoll465 Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Andrew Martonik Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Sponsor: legalzoom.com - offer code: AAA
3/25/2020 media.blubrry.com
On Point: Online Learning: How Colleges And Universities Are Teaching Students Virtually
Online learning. Can it really replace the learning and community that’s being lost as campuses across the country are closed? Justin Reich, Christina Morales and Dr. Amardeep Kahlon join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/24/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: What The 1918 Flu Pandemic Teaches Us About The Coronavirus Outbreak
It’s been more than 100 years since all of humanity has had to respond to a global pandemic on the scale of coronavirus. We take a deep look at the origins, responses and lessons of the flu pandemic of 1918. John Barry and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/24/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: SciFri Extra: Science Diction On The Word 'Dinosaur'
At the turn of the 19th century, Britons would stroll along the Yorkshire Coast, stumbling across unfathomably big bones. These mysterious fossils were all but tumbling out of the cliffside, but people had no idea what to call them. There wasn’t a name for this new class of creatures.  Until Richard Owen came along. Owen was an exceptionally talented naturalist, with over 600 scientific books and papers. But perhaps his most lasting claim to fame is that he gave these fossils a name: the dinosaurs. And then he went ahead and sabotaged his own good name by picking a fight with one of the world’s most revered scientists. Want more Science Diction? Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and sign up for our newsletter. Woodcut of the famous dinner inside of an Iguanodon shell at the Crystal Palace in 1854. Artist unknown. (Wikimedia Commons) Footnotes And Further Reading:  Special thanks to Sean B. Carroll and the staff of the Natural History Museum in London. Read an article by Howard Markel on this same topic. Credits:  Science Diction is written and produced by Johanna Mayer, with production and editing help from Elah Feder. Our senior editor is Christopher Intagliata, with story editing help from Nathan Tobey. Our theme song and music are by Daniel Peterschmidt. This episode also featured music from Setuniman and The Greek Slave songs, used with permission from the open-source digital art history journal Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide. We had fact-checking help from Michelle Harris, and mixing help from Kaitlyn Schwalje. Special thanks to the entire Science Friday staff.
3/24/2020 podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Brad Williams – Coronavirus Scammers, Celebrity Videos and The News (ACS Mar 24)
Dave Dameshek is still on the line for Part 2. The guys talk about movie titles that came before the script, as well as movies where they say the title at some point during the film. Later, Adam has a conversation with Nancy Grad, and then plays a clip of Nancy Grace talking about Coronavirus scammers. Brad Williams then joins the group to talk about how his family is coping with Coronavirus as they raise their kid. Gina also reads the latest Coronavirus headlines, and the guys talk about Britney Spears, and other celebs reaching out to help in these strange times. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about a Chinese spy scandal from 2018. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Shopify.com/INDEPENDENTS
3/24/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Dave Dameshek – Creep of the Week and New Rams Logo (ACS Mar 24)
Adam opens today’s podcast talking about the similarities between the latest season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Adam’s brain over the last couple of years. Adam then puts the Coronavirus into perspective, and the guys talk about the why the panic buying needs to stop, as well as Adam’s recent carb breakdown. Dave Dameshek is then on the line to talk about how some people ‘win’ during crazy times, as well as the new logo for the LA Rams. Before the break, Dameshek reveals the Creep of the Week. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! TommyJohn.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Shopify.com/INDEPENDENTS
3/24/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Coronavirus is over (if you want it)
March 23, 2020
3/24/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Bonus: The Viral Load
Here's an extra game from last week's show with Paula Poundstone, Maz Jobrani, and Luke Burbank.
3/23/2020 play.podtrac.com
On Point: Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy: Loneliness Is A Public Health Crisis
Long before coronavirus spread around the world, former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy was sounding the alarm about a different, quiet epidemic: loneliness. We’ll talk to him about why so many Americans are suffering from loneliness and what we can do to take better care of each other even as we’re asked to be physically apart. Vivek Murthy and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/23/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: As The Coronavirus Crisis Continues, Adjusting To The 'New Normal'
We'll have the latest on the coronavirus pandemic, including how hospitals are coping and what’s next from Washington. Donald McNeil, Dr. Leana Wen and Kimberly Atkins join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/23/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Sanjay Gupta on COVID-19
Dr. Sanjay Gupta (American neurosurgeon and medical reporter) joins us for an informative episode on COVID-19. Sanjay takes time out of his incredible busy schedule to answer Dax and Monica’s questions about the pandemic. He hits many topics such as immunity, correct precautions, the danger of overwhelming our medical system, human ingenuity in times of crisis and balancing honesty and hope.
3/23/2020 cdn.simplecast.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Quarantine Rotten Tomatoes and News (ACS Mar 23)
Part 2 of today’s podcast opens with a Quarantine-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Gina then reads news stories about more celebs testing positive for Coronavirus including Harvey Weinstein, Placido Domingo, and Andy Cohen. They also talk about the US and Mexico agreeing to close the border, the tax deadline moving to July, and California’s ‘safer at home’ measure. Other stories include hoarders who want to return their stash, a new site called ‘how much toilet paper.com’, and a viral vid of celebs singing ‘Imagine’. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about Florida’s Spring Break coming to an end, and people coming to terms with employees working from home. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! OuraRing.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Geico.com Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com enter ADAM
3/23/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Jimmy Kimmel and Kevin Ryder – KROQ Memories and Surviving Coronavirus (ACS Mar 23)
Adam, Gina and Bryan are all recording live from their own homes. Adam then discusses the recent Coronavirus deaths in LA, and takes a call from Matt Schulte who contracted the virus while on a trip to Colorado. Adam asks Matt to walk us through all the symptoms he’s had, what it was like getting tested, and what the recovery process has been like. Jimmy Kimmel and Kevin Ryder then both join the line. Kevin, formerly of Kevin and Bean, then talks with Adam about his recent firing from KROQ, and Jimmy explains how crazy things have been since doing his daily show from home. Later the guys share some of their favorite memories from the early days of KROQ, and the guys give updates on where some of the personalities from over the years are today. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! OuraRing.com/ADAM BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Geico.com Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM Legalzoom.com enter ADAM
3/23/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1246 Weakening The Herd
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the societal reaction to the Covid-19 virus that is impacting the United States. They also discuss how 'proclamation politics' have led to wild overreactions to the current situation. They then turn to the phones and speak with a caller who has a question about how to avoid panic given the current climate. The conversation then turns to Drew's abject anger surrounding the news media and how they are covering the situation. Please Support Our Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/ADS TommyJohn.com/ADS GetRoman.com/ADS
3/23/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: Stephen Colbert At Home
Stephen Colbert joins us, along with panelists Maz Jobrani, Paula Poundstone, and Luke Burbank.
3/21/2020 play.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Carolla Classics: H1N1 with Dr. Bruce, Frusen Glädjé, and Bedside with Dr. Drew
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Frusen Glädjé with Dave Dameshek 2. Dr. Bruce on H1N1 Vaccine 3. Allie Mac Kay and Hocus Pocus by Focus 4. Bedside with Dr. Drew 5. 80's Rotten Tomatoes Game Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: Visit TommyJohn.com/Classics for 20% off your first order! Visit Geico.com 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
3/21/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Trump irresponsible, dangerous with lies and happy talk on federal coronavirus help
March 20, 2020
3/21/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Science Friday: Coronavirus Fact-Check, Poetry of Science, Social Bats. March 20, 2020, Part 2
As new cases of coronavirus pop up across the United States, and as millions of people must self-isolate from family and friends at home, one place many are turning to for comfort and information is their news feed. But our regular media diet of politics, sports, and entertainment has been replaced by 24/7 coverage of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Nearly every outlet is covering the pandemic in some way—celebrities live streaming their self-quarantine, restaurants rolling out new health practices and food delivery options, educators and parents finding ways to teach kids at home. There’s an overwhelming number of ways the media has covered the virus. But on top of that, there’s also blatant misinformation about the virus distracting us from the useful facts. It’s all appearing in one big blur on Facebook or Twitter feeds. And it doesn’t help that nearly every few hours we’re getting important, and often urgent, updates to the evolving story. This week, guest host John Dankosky speaks with two scientists who can help fact-check your news feed. Angela Rasmussen, assistant research scientist and virologist at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, and Akiko Iwasaki, professor of immunology at the Yale University School of Medicine give us a clearer picture of the coronavirus news this week. Poet Jane Hirshfield calls these “unaccountable” times. Crises in the biosphere—climate change, extinctions—collide with crises in human life. And in her new book Ledger she says she has tried to do the accounting of where we, human beings, are as a result. As a poet whose work touches on the Hubble telescope, the proteins of itch, and the silencing of climate researchers, Hirshfield talks with John Dankosky about the particular observational capacity of language, and why scientists and poets can share similar awe. Hirshfield is also the founder of Poets for Science, which continues a project to create a global community poem started after 2017’s March for Science. “When we introduced them in isolated pairs they formed relationships much faster, like college students in a dorm room,” Carter said to Science Friday earlier this week. “And when we introduced a bat into a group of three, that was faster than when we just put two larger groups together.” Carter has also studied how illness changes social relationships within a vampire bat roost. He found that if a baby bat gets sick, for instance, the mom won’t stop grooming or sharing food with their offspring. But that same bat will stop participating in some social behavior with a close roost-mate that isn’t family. Carter joins Science Friday guest host John Dankosky to talk about researching vampire bats, and what their response to illness tells us about our own time social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak. See more photos and video of social bat behavior below.
3/21/2020 podtrac.com
Science Friday: Jane Goodall, Coronavirus Update, Science Diction. March 20, 2020, Part 1
60 years ago this year, a young Jane Goodall entered the Gombe in Tanzania to begin observations of the chimpanzees living there. During her time there, Goodall observed wild chimpanzees in the Gombe making and using tools—a finding that changed our thinking about chimps, primates, and even humans. Now, Goodall travels the world as a conservationist, advocate for animals, and United Nations Messenger of Peace.  She joins guest host John Dankosky to reflect on her years of experience in the field, the scientific efforts she is involved with today, and the need for hope and cooperation in an increasingly connected but chaotic world.  Science has given us more than data. It’s also brought us words for everyday things or ideas—meme, cobalt, dinosaur. And there’s often a good story about how those words got into our common use. Take the word “vaccine,” the distant, but hoped-for solution to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. It turns out the word originates from vaccinae, relating to cows, because the smallpox vaccine was derived from cowpox, a related virus.  Science Friday word nerd Johanna Mayer joins John Dankosky to talk about the origins of the word “vaccine,” and how she sleuths the fascinating histories that she tells in her new podcast Science Diction. The first season of Science Diction is now available! Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts!  
3/21/2020 podtrac.com
Ask Me Another: Larry Owens: Sunday In The Park 6 Feet Away From George
Actor Larry Owens talks about his stint as a wedding singer and his love of Sondheim. Atlas Obscura's Dylan Thuras serves as the guest expert. This new episode was recorded on February 27, 2020.
3/20/2020 play.podtrac.com
On Point: How The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Impacting The Economy
We’ll assess the state of the economy as the federal government devises aggressive rescue measures to respond to the coronavirus.
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Week In The News: Coronavirus Crisis Upends Health Care, Politics And Daily Life
Taking stock of an incredible week in a global pandemic. We’ll have the latest facts and figures, the science and politics, and how we’re all coping with the coronavirus crisis. Donald McNeil, Kimberly Atkins, Hana Baba and David Folkenflik join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 2: Ed Calderon – Coronavirus, Cartels, and Donkey Shows in Mexico (ACS Mar 20)
Ed Calderon is back in studio for Part 2 of today’s podcast. Adam asks him about his most recent trip to Mexico, and the guys go on to discuss how people are reacting to Coronavirus south of the border. They also talk about how death is viewed in Mexico, and Adam shares a story about his time in a sketchy Tijuana strip club. Ed also tells some wild stories from his youth, including a breakdown of his experience attending a ‘Donkey Show’. Later they talk about the new generation of dangerous cartels, how their drugs are manufactured, and how they feel about cleanliness and sanitation. As the show wraps up, Adam and Ed discuss corruption, homelessness, and proof of Ed’s Donkey Show experience. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Download the Capterra App Lifelock.com enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM Netsuite.com/ADAM
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Adam Carolla Show: Part 1: Jordan Harbinger, ‘Pedoph Isle’, and The News (ACS Mar 20)
Adam, Gina and Bryan open the show talking about people going nuts about sanitizing themselves, and Adam says we need to clean from the inside out, not outside in. They also talk about the NBA’s relationship with China, and chat with a caller about ‘Pedoph Isle’. Next, Adam takes a call from Jordan Harbinger about the Coronavirus pandemic, and they chat with another fan about how young people are reacting to the new world. Gina then reads the latest Coronavirus headlines, and the guys talk about Tucker Carlson’s meeting with Trump, and making the most of your time while you’re quarantined. Before the break, the guys discuss the trend of drive thru peep shows, and more songs containing the word ‘blue’. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA Download the Capterra App Lifelock.com enter ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com Ziprecruiter.com/ADAM Netsuite.com/ADAM
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Adam and Dr. Drew Show: #1245 The Toyota Corona Virus
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show discussing the inherent differences between boys and girls and how today some of those inherent differences are being ignored and people are being unfairly painted as a result. The guys then turn to the phones and speak to callers including one who has questions about chronic pain issues, another who is wondering how to intervene when a friend is a poor parent and more. Please Support Our Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/ADS Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
The Rachel Maddow Show: Doctors, nurses, hospitals make desperate plea for supplies as coronavirus cases climb
March 19, 2020
3/20/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: Binge-Watching While Social Distancing: TV Shows And Movies You Should Watch
What shows are you bingeing while you’re stuck at home? What favorite movies are you turning to? We’ll talk with critics about what to watch while spending more time at home. Kristen Meinzer and Kate Hagen join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/19/2020 dts.podtrac.com
On Point: What The Coronavirus Reveals About America
Epidemics scour away a country’s narcissistic notions about itself. So what is the coronavirus pandemic revealing about the U.S., the country that considers itself the best and most capable in the world? Anne Applebaum and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.
3/19/2020 dts.podtrac.com
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard: Tom Silver
Tom Silver is a Hypnotherapist with over 35 years of experience developing powerful, proven therapeutic hypnosis methods. Tom sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his relationship with sobriety, how he stumbled into hypnosis and the depth of the subconscious mind. Dax asks about the distinction between a hypnotist and a hypnotherapist and Tom talks about his experience hypnotizing Guillermo on the Jimmy Kimmel Show. In the second half of the episode, Tom hypnotizes Miniature Mouse. He hooks her up to an EEG and they note the difference in her brain waves in and out of hypnosis. Dax and Monica have another long-distance fact check in which they dissect the experience. Visit Tom’s website at www.tomsilver.com.
3/19/2020 cdn.simplecast.com