Featured Recommendations
  • rmmiller364 recommended:Jun 8th

    This portrait is one of my absolutely favorites. It’s also great for teaching students about how portraits work and how they convey messages about the sitter. I’ve heard quite a few interviews with Sherald and I do think that there are others where she explains her choice of gray skin a bit more cle...Show More

    I thought this episode was:

    😢 Moving
    💪 Inspirational

    Painting Michelle Obama

    by Sidedoor

  • shopceremonie recommended:May 27th

    Economics and human behaviour: have a listen!!

    Our Better Angels

    by Hidden Brain

  • phocks recommended:May 24th

    I actually really enjoyed this episode. I had heard about this kind of thing happening and it was interesting to hear the story of someone who had experienced it first hand. It was a little strange listening to it as I am vegan now but I just listened to it in the mindset of when I used to eat meat....Show More

    I thought this episode was:

    💛 Honest
    💡 Educational
    👍 Well-produced

    Alpha Gal

    by Radiolab

  • hsfargis recommended:May 16th

    Boy, I hope these two crazy kids make it. Such a lovely story.

    Love at First Quarantine

    by Radio Diaries

  • rmmiller364 recommended:May 21st

    The story of a white woman in the 1960s who engaged in stunt journalism, transforming her appearance so she could pass as a woman of color (a black woman, a Navajo woman, an undocumented Mexican woman) to write books about the experience. It seems like these books tell us a lot more about what it wa...Show More

    Soul Sister

    by Radio Diaries

  • write2tg recommended:May 13th

    A beautiful episode that reflects how deeply we are interconnected as humans even when we don’t know each other. The words, the emotions, the reflection - it will move you like nothing else would.

    The Living Room

    by Radiolab

  • hsfargis recommended:Apr 13th

    This was precious. Hope they do more of these.

    Centenarians in Lockdown

    by Radio Diaries

  • write2tg recommended:Mar 23rd

    A beautiful episode about a woman, named Joy, who can see (or smell) the future of her husband and of Alison who changed her own future. #wordsarespells Alison’s life advice reminded me of a quote in a Bhagwat Gita (Hindu scripture): “You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are n...Show More

    An Unlikely Superpower

    by Invisibilia

  • rmmiller364 recommended:Feb 26th

    This amazing mini-series continues with an episode that is an excellent illustration of how impossible it is to investigate whether or not people participated in terrorist groups overseas. When talking about how Latif worked on Osama bin Laden’a farm in Sudan, with every new piece of information abo...Show More

    The Other Latif: Episode 3

    by Radiolab

  • epekilis recommended:Feb 25th

    One of two podcasts I heard today exploring the colonial roots and cultural cross-fertilization of a food product. A couple of points. First, is that by pure coincidence last night I attended a seminar for my work where I heard a panel of lawyers on the topic of Environmental and Social Governance ...Show More

    Wake up and smell the coffee!

    by Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

  • rmmiller364 recommended:Feb 23rd

    How paparazzi tried to treat Kpop stars in the same way American and British stars get treated.... and how the results were definitely not the same


    by Radiolab

  • danny recommended:Feb 20th

    Damn. This mini-series is 🔥

    The Other Latif: Episode 2

    by Radiolab

  • yveehops recommended:Feb 14th

    Loved this episode. Really shed some light onto the situation in Guantanamo Bay and how innocent people could potentially be behind bars under Trump’s government. Or are they innocent? Can’t wait for the next episode.

    The Other Latif: Episode 1

    by Radiolab

  • michelle_ebooks recommended:Feb 5th

    really intriguing series that is many years in the making! have always been a fan of what latif makes on radiolab and super excited to continue to listen to his series stumbling upon a guy with his same name who ends up detained in guantánamo bay in massive limbo. it’s gut-wrenching but important ...Show More

    The Other Latif: Episode 1

    by Radiolab

  • molinos recommended:Jan 31st

    What a master piece. The first episode from this season dedicated to the seven sins is an amazing essay of or world, of our polarization. I was driving while listening to it, otherwise I would stand up and clap my hands until they bleed. Don´t missed it.

    S2 EP1 - Introduction. An Exploration of the human heart

    by Stephen Fry's Great Leap Years

  • yveehops recommended:Jan 13th

    Pausing and taking a breath could prevent murders? Interesting listen on how many murders are committed by impulse in the heat of the moment and how training youth to stop and take a breath could decrease murder rates.

    On The Knife's Edge

    by Hidden Brain

  • epekilis recommended:Jan 13th

    The international banking system traces back to the Crusades. The Knights Templar came up with a system of letters that would let Crusaders travel thousands of miles and access money without carrying sacks of gold. Listening to this one back-to-back with the episode on M-PESA, what is truly fascina...Show More


    by 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

  • write2tg recommended:Dec 31st, 2019

    This episode was perhaps one of my favourites from December! It was an interesting insight into the blurred lines between love, humanity and artificial intelligence.

    Raising Devendra

    by Invisibilia

  • emilymcmc recommended:Dec 31st, 2019

    Every episode of this show is great, but “Moon Court” is SO great. The student debate intro is perfect, guests (as always) are well chosen, and it builds to a generous, well-argued conclusion that has stayed with me.

    CRIME: Moon Court

    by Flash Forward

  • lebresco recommended:Dec 30th, 2019

    This is one of my favorite podcast single episodes. Truly moving.

    The Living Room

    by Radiolab

  • michelle_ebooks recommended:Dec 28th, 2019

    really great and fascinating series on those who work with the homeless! this specific episode is about how in nyc, they now have free tenants rights lawyers for tenants as part of a program every place needs, to bring universal access to legal services.

    Working With the Homeless: How Does a Tenants’ Rights Attorney Do His Job?

    by Working

  • mm recommended:Dec 18th, 2019

    Fascinating episode about how a psychiatrist who cares for the homeless in NYC does her job. You can tell she loves and is very good at what she does. It's heartbreaking when she says that she's afraid to let go of some of her patients because she doesn't want to let them off in the deep end of the ...Show More

    Working With the Homeless: How Does a Psychiatrist for People Who Are Homeless Do Her Job?

    by Working

  • sra recommended:Dec 8th, 2019

    Interesting storyline that I didn’t expect

    The Ventilator

    by Hidden Brain

  • aliceko recommended:Dec 7th, 2019

    I fancy myself a big gifter - yet I don’t believe in consumerism. Contradicting, I know. Loved listening to short episode about gifting and altruism, all the studies behind it (75% of people only give because of social pressure!), what people really think about regifting, and how to give people what...Show More

    Episode 14: Christmas

    by Hidden Brain

  • yveehops recommended:Dec 7th, 2019

    How the memory loss of loved ones impacts a reporter.

    Love and Lapses

    by Invisibilia