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Month: October 2015

Only Human ★★★★

Only Human is another new podcast from WNYC that launched in October 2015. Through personal journal-style stories, we hear how at times, our bodies betray us. The show’s slogan is “Every body has a story.” It is hosted by Mary Harris, who

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The Message ★

The Message is a sci-fi podcast produced by Panoply and GE Podcast Theater. It’s a fictional podcast about a podcast. The narrator, Nicky Tomalin, is a reporter trying to crack the case of a 70 year old message received from

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First Day Back ★★★★

First Day Back is a lovely little podcast about one mother’s return to work after an extended maternity leave. Tally Abecassis is a Canadian filmmaker who has decided to begin working again, and in addition to gender roles, policies that

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Ask Me Another: Trivia Show ★★★

Ask Me Another is a fun show from WNYC/NPR that is very similar to “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!” – both are trivia shows with a lot of pop culture reference and usually some special guests. Ask Me Another relies more

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The Growth Show ★

The Growth Show is an entrepreneur-spirited interview podcast that provides insight from business leaders, executives, start-up veterans, and also those with new wealth: the young, rich millenials who have typically made it big in tech with one great idea. Per

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The Longest Shortest Time: Parents Unite ★★★★★

I may be slow or dense, but I think the title of this podcast gives little insight into what the show is about. So if you’re quicker on the draw than me you can skip ahead! The Longest Shortest Time

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Freakonomics Radio ★★★

You may have heard of the book Freakonomics which was published in 2005 and written by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. The Freakonomics website describes it as “a book about cheating teachers, bizarre baby names, self-dealing Realtors, and crack-selling

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Cosmic Love with Madam Xandra ★★★

Cosmic Love with Madam Xandra is a sci-fi dramedy about a relationship/sex advice call-in show on an intergalactic planet. She broadcasts from Pleasure Sphere 64. Madam Xandra has a sidekick, Dok Bloodnikov, a gladiator who joins her on her radio

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Reveal with Al Letson ★★★★

Reveal is an investigative journalism podcast similar to PBS’ Frontline. Some of the content featured on Reveal has also appeared on Frontline (Rape on the Night Shift, 6/23/15). It is a part of PRX and affiliated with the Center for Investigative Reporting, a non-profit

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