First Mondays is an entertaining podcast about the Supreme Court, co-hosted by Ian Samuel, a former law clerk for Justice Scalia, and Dan Epps, a former law clerk for Justice Kennedy. Each episode, we discuss the Court’s business that week: cases it agrees to hear, oral arguments, its opinions, and much more.
Hi-Phi Nation is the first story-driven, high-production narrative show about philosophy. Every week we begin with a story, from law, politics, science, the arts, or everyday life, and transform that story into philosophical ideas.
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True stories of impossible things, and the people behind them. Illusion is a bi-weekly podcast that explores the many forms of illusion we encounter. Written and produced by Brian Earl, Illusion tells true stories about magicians, grifters, artists, and visionaries.
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The Lawfare Podcast
The Lawfare Podcast is the weekly audio production of the Lawfare staff in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. Podcast episodes include interviews with policymakers, scholars, journalists, and analysts; events and panel discussions.
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Rational Security is a weekly roundtable podcast featuring Shane Harris of the Wall Street Journal, Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes of Lawfare and the Brookings Institution, and Tamara Cofman Wittes, of the Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings. It's a lively and irreverent discussion of news, ideas, foreign policy, and law. There's always a laugh. Often, there are guests. Sometimes there's even Scotch.
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SWOTI - Something's Wrong on the Internet
Someone's Wrong on the Internet (SWOTI) is a podcast from two POCs for whom pop culture is political, the political is personal, and the personal is a lens to unpack it all. SWOTI features intelligent and inclusive conversation that attends specifically to issues relating to LGBT, POC, and leftist perspectives, supported by the humor and emotional depth that many listeners would expect from conversations with their own bffs.
Dedicated to those who make the trudge to and from work. These 'under 15-minute short-form stories and informative pieces' are made to make the start and finish of your day better.
Wired to Be Weird
We chat about the brain and how it interacts with the environment, with topics ranging from addiction, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s Disease, to dreams, déjà vu, and brain computer interfaces. We try to avoid leaning too much on jargon, but base our conversations on the latest peer-reviewed research to keep listeners up-to-date on discoveries in neuroscience.
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Everyday Ethics is a weekly podcast that takes a look at many of the ethical dilemmas that face us every day, and attempts to break them down for easier understanding. Hosted by veteran broadcaster Craig Kopp, featuring media ethicist Kelly McBride and medical ethicist Art Caplan, Everyday Ethics helps you to know the difference between what you have a right to do and what's right to do.
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Data Skeptic is your source for a perspective of scientific skepticism on topics in statistics, machine learning, big data, artificial intelligence, and data science. Our weekly podcast and blog bring you stories and tutorials to help understand our data-driven world.
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Imaginary Capital Partners
Imaginary Capital Partners is a quasi-business, quasi-comedy podcast where we evaluate fictional firms as potential fictional investment opportunities for our deep pools of fictional capital. Should you BUY, SELL, or SYNERGIZE? Listen to find out.
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The CNAS Podcast Series
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is an independent, bipartisan, nonprofit organization that develops strong, pragmatic, and principled national security and defense policies. CNAS engages policymakers, experts, and the public with innovative, fact-based research, ideas, and analysis to shape and elevate the national security debate.
CNAS's podcasts reach a broad cross-section of the policy community, including administration officials (including Pentagon and NSC officials), active-duty military, Capitol Hill staffers, policy analysts, industry representatives, and journalists.
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The Lonely Palette
Man, art history. It's so snooty. And boring. Right?
Or maybe...wrong? As it turns out, art history is as interesting and accessible as its stories. And the stories are why you're here.
Each episode of The Lonely Palette, creator and host Tamar Avishai picks an object du jour, interviews unsuspecting passers-by in front of it, and then dives deeply into the movement, the social context, the anecdotes, and anything and everything else that will make it as exciting to you as it is to her.
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