Society And Culture Podcasts
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By JOY 94.9
Bad Advice features some of the funniest comics working today as they fire off the cuff answers to some of the craziest questions people have the nerve to ask. It's raw, it's rude, and it's always hilarious. You've got questions, we've got answers. Funny ones...“Bad Advice” - Come get some!
By Drew Marks
Londonist Out Loud is a fortnightly podcast devoted to life and culture in London, UK. Host N Quentin Woolf (http://www.nquentinwoolf.com) welcomes a panel of guests to discuss news, politics and quirkier stories from the pages of Londonist (http://londonist.com) - the web site about London and everything in it. Regular features on the show include the What’s On Digest, the breakneck Three Minute History, great London-centric music, and one-to-one interviews with the people who are London.
By Londonist Out Loud
Abraham Lincoln famously said “in my experience, those with no vices have very few virtues.” In this Podcast hosted by Daniel Curtis, the founder of Robb Vices, we dive into the stories behind our favorite “vices” and celebrate how when properly enjoyed—they lead to some of the most virtuous moments in life. Join as we dive into the philosophies, passions, adventures, and triumphs that have led to the wines, spirits, toys, tools, and brands that are worthy of your time.
By Gotham Podcast Studios
Neil Denny of the Little Atoms Radio Show is driving across America to produce a series of podcasts which will present a wide-ranging overview of science and skepticism from an American perspective. He'll be interviewing scientists working on ground-breaking, cutting edge science, educators combatting the encroachment of anti-science and irrationality into politics and the classroom, and writers attempting to popularise amazing ideas and concepts to the wider public. And he's going to explore some major scientific (and some not so scientific) sites of interest along the way. Follow the journey @littleatoms.
By Neil Denny
The 9/11 Commission Report, formally named Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, is the official report of the events leading up to the September 11, 2001 attacks. It was prepared by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (informally sometimes known as the “9/11 Commission” or the “Kean/Zelikow Commission”) at the request of the President and Congress, and it is available to the public for sale or free download. The commission convened on November 26, 2002 (441 days after the attack) and their final report was issued on July 22, 2004.
By Books Should Be Free
The Popcast is the Denzel Washington of podcasts: solid, dependable, hard-working and charmingly humorous. More specifically, The Popcast is a weekly argument / conversation between Knox McCoy and Jamie Golden about all things pop culture. Frequently they discuss silly celebrities, inexplicable trends and the most conversation-worthy TV shows and movies. Also, they handle TV show recapping duties.
By Knox and Jamie