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Culture & Society

Olympic Pride, American Prejudice

Deborah Riley Draper, Travis Thrasher

Deborah Riley Draper and Travis Thrasher tell the untold story of 18 African American athletes who defied the segregated Southern U.S. and Hitler's fascist Germany to compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

Money & Investing
Personal Growth

Renting vs. Buying

Financial Feminist

On this December 2023 episode of the Financial Feminist podcast, money expert Tori Dunlap breaks down the pros and cons of renting versus buying a home, and explains how to choose the best option according to your lifestyle.

Biographies

Spacey Unmasked

Katherine Haywood

Ten alleged victims share their stories of sexual harassment and assault at the hands of Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey.

Business
Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Career & Success

Stakeholder Relationship Management

Lynda Bourne

Stakeholder management expert Lynda Bourne presents a practical guide on how to improve and maintain stakeholder relationships.

History

The British Empire: The Raj and Indian Independence

Dan Snow's History Hit, Shrabani Basu

This March 2024 episode of Dan Snow's History Hit is the second of a two-part series covering the British Empire in India. This installment tells the story of the transition to colonial rule and the eventual Partition of India.

Health & Fitness
Culture & Society

The Failed Promise of Egg Freezing

Today, Explained, Noel King

This April 2024 episode of the Today, Explained podcast investigates the successes and failures of egg freezing, a procedure that was expected to increase women's autonomy and equality but may not live up to these expectations.

Personal Growth
Health & Fitness
Career & Success
Leadership & Entrepreneurship

The Greatest

Matthew Syed

British author, journalist, and former Olympic table tennis player Matthew Syed interviews professional athletes to explore what sports can teach us about life, success, and becoming the best versions of ourselves.

Culture & Society
Mind & Philosophy

The Identity Trap

Yascha Mounk

Political scientist Yascha Mounk introduces what he calls 'the identity synthesis' – a growing left-wing movement focused on identity groups – and explains how it could result in greater division than equality.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy
Career & Success

The Man Who Mistook His Job for His Life

Naomi Shragai

Psychotherapist and business consultant Naomi Shragai explains how our emotions, childhood experiences, and personal lives influence our behavior in the workplace.

History
Culture & Society
Health & Fitness

The Olympic Games

Dan Snow's History Hit, Professor Martin Polley

In this July 2021 episode of Dan Snow's History Hit, host Dan Snow interviews Professor Martin Polley about the history, impact, and legacy of the Olympic Games.

Mind & Philosophy

The Psychology of Stupidity

Jean-Francois Marmion, Liesl Schillinger

French psychologist Jean-François Marmion explores the nature of stupidity and irrationality in this collection of essays and interviews with prominent philosophers, neuroscientists, psychologists, and authors.

Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Personal Growth

The Snowball Effect

Andy Bounds

Communication expert Andy Bounds offers tips and guidelines to revolutionize readers' business communication, save time, and garner success.

Business
Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Personal Growth

Top Dog

Andy Bounds, Richard Ruttle

Business communication experts Andy Bounds and Richard Ruttle offer practical tips on how to stand out in professional environments, communicate effectively, and get the best results from every interaction.

History
Culture & Society
Health & Fitness

Total Olympics

Jeremy Fuchs

Jeremy Fuchs dives into the whacky, weird, and wonderful world of the Olympic Games, looking at its origins, forgotten former events, and individuals who have showcased Olympian efforts to reach the top of their game.

Mind & Philosophy

Why Do We Cry?

Unexplainable, Noam Hassenfeld

In this February 2024 episode of the Unexplainable podcast, producer Mandy Nguyen interviews Reverend Ben Perry and clinical psychologist Ad Vingerhoets about the mystery of emotional tears and what it means to cry.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy

Anti-Hustle, Pro-Rest

Ten Percent Happier , Dan Harris

On this March 2024 episode of the Ten Percent Happier podcast, host Dan Harris interviews author Christina Wallace about how to build a meaningful career and avoid burnout.

Parenting & Relationships
Biographies
Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth

Everything I Know About Love

Dolly Alderton

Award-winning journalist Dolly Alderton reflects on the romances, friendships, mistakes, and life lessons that shaped her 20s.

Health & Fitness

How to Improve Your Glucose Levels

On Purpose with Jay Shetty, Jessie Inchauspé

On this March 2024 episode of the On Purpose podcast, host Jay Shetty interviews 'Glucose Goddess' Jessie Inchauspé about the importance of blood sugar balance and how to prevent glucose spikes.

Culture & Society

Capital in the Twenty First Century

Thomas Piketty, Arthur Goldhammer

Capital in the Twenty First Century is a comprehensive analysis of wealth inequality in the Western world throughout the past two centuries, and what it means for today's economy.

Health & Fitness
Education
Technology & the Future

Empowering Muslim Women in Sports

Asma Elbadawi

Explore strides in inclusivity for Muslim women in sports, from groundbreaking initiatives to inclusive products by global brands.

Science & Environment

Suggestible You

Erik Vance

In Suggestible You, award-winning science journalist Erik Vance helps us understand and utilize the power of our mind-body connection. He explains the effect that our thoughts have on our bodies, including pain, illness, and memory – and how we can take advantage of them.

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