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Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers. His books include The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing and public lectures ...
 
Welcome to Ghost Lights from Thompson Harrison Hosted by Tracey Camilleri and Sam Rockey Exploring how leaders can build ‘human-shaped organisations’ by learning from the humanities – that repository of all that is most human. Join Tracey, Sam and their guests as they reimagine ways of creating enabling corporate and institutional environments within which everyone - from the most senior to the youngest recruit - can learn and thrive. They consider leadership at an angle rather than head-on ...
 
Long-form TED level conversations with top thinkers, founders and scientists on how advances in biotech & genomics, space travel, IoT, AI and other exponential tech converge to create our collective future and what we can do, from a research and policy perspective to shape the technology, trends and societal norms for a better world. If in-depth, unscripted conversations with the researchers, startups and future thinkers transforming our future in a Tim Ferriss meets Sam Harris, Kara Swisher ...
 
Startup School Radio is a weekly broadcast where you'll hear Aaron Harris, a partner at Y Combinator, get stories and practical advice from founders and investors. Learn how they got started, what went wrong, what surprised them, and what happened as their companies grew. Originally broadcast on Sirius XM's Business Radio powered by the Wharton school on Sirius 111.
 
No Parking is a podcast about self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence, and how technology will actually change our daily lives. Tune in to two friends — outlaw rally racer Alex Roy and roboticist Bryan Salesky — for honest conversations about how it all works and what’s coming next. Check us out @ https://noparkingpodcast.com or on Twitter @noparkingpod & @alexroy144
 
Tiny Voice Talks is an award winning podcast that gives a platform to the quieter voices in education. Toria is a primary teacher, evidence lead educator and the Diversity and Equity lead in her school. She is passionate about education and building a better future for all. Toria chats to teachers, leaders, authors and advisors about what they are doing and how that is impacting on the young people in our classrooms. If you are in education and want your voice heard, contact Toria on tinyvoi ...
 
2016 foi um ano e tanto... Conheci pessoas maravilhosas e vivi momentos incríveis que serão marcados para sempre na minha vida! E não poderia encerrar o ano de um jeito melhor, por isso fiz o Retrospectiva Set 2016, com os melhores sons do ano! SETLIST: ****INTRO LET ME LOVE YOU (Filipe Guerra Remix) - DJ SNAKE feat. JUSTIN BIEBER ME MYSELF I (Enrique Tellez Bootleg) - G-EAZY x BEBE REXHA THIS GIRL (John W) - KUNGS vs. COOKIN’ ON 3 BURNERS CLOSER (Simone Castagna Remix) - THE CHAINSMOKERS fe ...
 
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Sam is joined by NPR's The Indicator host Stacey Vanek Smith to talk about her new book, Machiavelli for Women and how women in the workplace are still falling behind. Plus, actor Harvey Guillén on the new season of the FX show What We Do in the Shadows and not waiting for people to be comfortable with his "brownness, queerness and roundness" to be…
 
In this episode, Toria Talks to Rahul Karavadra (@RahulKav89) about the importance of global citizenship and broadening pupils' horizons as well as the importance of representation and how schools and educators can bring learning to life for their pupils through Lyfta. You can find out more about Lyfta by going to Lyfta.com and join them on their f…
 
This week, our hosts welcome you to the Cyb3rZ0ne as they talk about the first trailer for The Matrix: Resurrections, info on Star Trek: Picard Season 2 and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, and some new Playstation announcements including God of War: Ragnarok, Insomniac Games' Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine, and the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic…
 
It was 2016, and Yebba's career was beginning to take off. But 2016 was also the year that something awful happened: Yebba's mother committed suicide. And that changed everything, too. Now, after years of collaborating with artists the likes of Sam Smith, PJ Morton and Robert Glasper, Yebba has her own standalone album. It's called Dawn, a referenc…
 
Sam talks to Washington Post security and terrorism reporter Souad Mekhennet about what the war on terror has—and hasn't—achieved in the two decades since 9/11. Plus, for its 20th anniversary, we look at the legacy of Mariah Carey's album Glitter with Texas Monthly senior editor Paula Mejia and Danielle Turchiano, senior features editor at Variety,…
 
In this episode, Toria talked to Isabelle Jones about the Power of Diversity. Isabelle talked about the personal and professional experiences that led her to embrace diversity as a way to support and open up the horizons of all her pupils. She also talked about diversity and authentic leadership and the need to model authenticity to enable pupils t…
 
On this week's show, we highlight the Hasbro-branded tabletop RPGs, Ultra Instinct Shaggy is real, Adult Swim and Homestar Runner turn 20, and the Urkel Christmas special, as well as general ramblings about Metal Slug, The Suicide Squad, Star Trek: Lower Decks, Rick & Morty, AND MORE! We'd like to thank David Pencil for our original intro/outro. Yo…
 
Writer and actor Michaela Coel wrote, created and starred in HBO series I May Destroy You, which is up for nine Emmy nominations. Her new book, Misfits: A Personal Manifesto, is out this week. She talks to Sam about why she champions misfits like herself, I May Destroy You's basis on her trauma, and how her spirituality has shifted over time. You c…
 
Sam talks to Novena Carmél and Anthony Valadez, hosts of KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic, about their end of summer song picks and the best albums of the year so far. They talk about how listening to music changed during the pandemic and why any floor can be a dance floor. Want to hear more of this year's best music? Check out all the songs from th…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Balaji Srinivasan about several civilizational challenges and possible paths forward. They discuss the evidence of American decline, the rise of India and China, centralizing and decentralizing trends in politics, the relationship between politics and technology, the failures of the FDA and TSA…
 
This week, we discuss Snoop Dogg's Twitch adventures, the live-action Cowboy Bebop production images, the HBOMax Black Canary film announcement, and the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, as well as general ramblings on topics like Psychonauts 2, The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, Sonny Chiba films, Quentin Tarantino, Pokémon, The Owl House, Black M…
 
In this special episode from our friends at the Code Switch podcast, we feature author Ashley C. Ford. For much of her childhood, Ford's father was incarcerated, and her mother struggled to raise her while grappling with her own upended life plans. In her recent memoir, Somebody's Daughter, Ford explores how these formative conditions shaped her un…
 
For the last 20 years, the U.S. has been wrapped up in a costly war in Afghanistan, initially in response to the attacks on September 11. But America's chaotic withdrawal this year, in just a short amount of time, has left the country back in Taliban control, with troops scrambling to get U.S. citizens and Afghan allies out before the deadline of A…
 
In this episode, Toria speak to Penny Whelan about the role of the SENCO and what it really entails. Penny has been teaching for 16 years and is a primary Assistant Headteacher and SENCO. She also carries out some linking work between schools for the Local Authority. Penny is part time and juggles her various roles in school with a toddler at home,…
 
This week, we discuss the trailer for ANOTHER He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Netflix series, a trailer for Marvel's The Eternals, Idris Elba is Knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and a Pokemon Presents round-up, as well as general rambling on a Pokemon Shield restart, Whitest Kids You Know, Space Jam 2 (again), The Last Dance, Scoob! AND MOR…
 
Jonathan Van Ness stepped into the spotlight in 2018 as a walking, talking bundle of energy, optimism and positivity as the grooming expert on Queer Eye. Queer Eye is now in production for its sixth season, and Jonathan— along with the rest of the Fab 5— have been nominated for an Emmy for their work as hosts this year. In this conversation from 20…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Peter Bergen about the US exit from Afghanistan, the resurgence of the Taliban, and his new book, “The Rise and Fall of Osama bin Laden.” They discuss the Neo-isolationist consensus on the Right and Left, the legitimacy of our initial involvement in Afghanistan, our ethical obligations to our A…
 
Maya Rudolph has had a successful career, spanning decades as a Saturday Night Live cast member and well-loved actor and entertainer. She chats with Sam about her recent Emmy nominations, her approach to comedy, and the importance of having strong role models. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at samsanders@npr.org.…
 
With September around the corner, Toria talked to Sam Clark in this episode about embedding positive learning behaviour with a new class. Sam is a teacher trainer who supports the implementation of social and emotional learning in a range of London schools. Today’s episode includes practical strategies on how to create an open and resilient classro…
 
Kathryn Hahn dazzled audiences in one of the biggest streaming hits of the year, WandaVision— and she just earned an Emmy nom for her performance. In this conversation with her from 2019, she and Sam talk about her film 'Private Life,' balancing politics in her work, and the nature of birth. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us…
 
#ShowerGate. Sam talks to Carl Zimring, professor of sustainability studies at Pratt Institute and author of Clean and White, about the online debate over celebrities showering habits and how it taps into a long history linking hygiene and race. Then, we hear from Yessenia Funes, climate editor for Atmos Magazine, about this week's report from the …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Dambisa Moyo about the state of the world. They discuss public goods, economic growth, capitalism, American economic history, bad public-policy choices, inequality, tax avoidance among the wealthy, government inefficiency, the problems with democracy, the breakdown of trust in institutions, fai…
 
As a work-life balance coach for teachers Annabel specialises in taking an holistic approach to managing stress and anxiety. On this podcast we will take a deep dive into how to listen to yourself in any given moment to reduce anxiety so you can make simple changes that will have a positive impact on not only your life but the children that you tea…
 
Hail and well met, weary traveler! This week, we ramble about the "trailer" for Stranger Things Season 4, the actual trailer for Y the Last Man, the crazy renewal deal Viacom gave to the South Park guys, info on the new Star Wars Hotel (thanks to BJ and Hannah from the Teach A Dummy Podcast), some Street Fighter V additions, and Donkey Kong Country…
 
Tracee Ellis Ross won a Golden Globe in 2017 for her role on ABC's Black-ish. She's also been nominated five times for that role at the Emmys. In this chat from July 2020, she and Sam discuss her Black-ish role, sharing her singing from The High Note with mom Diana Ross, and portraying Black joy on screen. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAM…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam takes your questions. He begins by addressing the blowback that followed his previous podcast on “vaccine hesitancy” with Eric Topol. And then he answers the following questions: How can I inoculate my biracial children against identity politics? In what way is journalism broken, and how can we fix it? Have you r…
 
Sam is joined by LA Times television editor Matt Brennan to understand why ratings for this year's Olympics are not just dismal, but symbolic of changes in our culture. Then, culture writers Hunter Harris and Alessa Dominguez join the show to talk all things Bennifer. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at samsanders@npr.org.…
 
In this episode Toria talks about all things inclusion with Sara Alston. Sara is a SEND & Safeguarding consultant and trainer and still at the chalkface as a SENCo. She is the co-author of The Inclusive Classroom: A new approach to Differentiation. She is passionate about making differentiation doable and manageable for teachers so that it work to …
 
This week, we're back to slam and/or jam as we discuss the new trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the current lawsuit between Scarlett Johansson and Disney/Marvel Studios, Jodie Whitaker leaving Doctor Who, and the impending demise of Dr. Mario, as well as spoiler-free reviews of Space Jam: A New Legacy, Devon's Ghost: Legend of the Bloody Boy, M…
 
Prince's posthumous album, Welcome 2 America, came out last weekend. In honor of the release, Sam revisits his 2020 conversation with Prince's photographer, Randee St. Nicholas. She shares intimate stories about the legendary artist: from spontaneous photo shoots in burned out buildings to late nights after sold-out concerts. You can follow us on T…
 
Disinformation about COVID-19 vaccines abounds on social media, but there's more to it than meets the eye. Sam talks to Max Fisher, international reporter for the New York Times, about "disinformation for hire" and what social media platforms are doing to combat it. Plus, Sam talks to actress Hannah Waddingham, one of the stars of Ted Lasso. They'r…
 
In this episode, Toria talks to Paul Ainsworth (@pkainsworth), the author of 'No Silver Bullets: Day in, Day out School Improvement' and a system leader who has worked in four MATs. Paul explains his thoughts on school improvement both at a school level and a MAT level and suggests that to make school improvement sustainable, 'day in, day out' effo…
 
Building an interconnected and thriving world for all.With our Guest, Shruthi Vijayakumar.In this episode Shruthi shares her own story of courage and change. As a young change-maker, Shruthi's work focuses on re-imagining how society can be designed to ensure a positive social impact for all.Drawing on ancient wisdom and challenging commonly held a…
 
This week, we're back to discuss the new Dead Space remake, the Olympics using video game music, the troubles over at Activision/Blizzard, trailers for Star Trek: Prodigy and Dune, and Horizon Zero Dawn's Aloy in Genshin Impact, as well as random ramblings on Golden Girls, playing Iron Maiden while bowling, Black Widow (again), BEASTARS Season 2, T…
 
The "Mother of Dragons" is out with a new comic book, Mother of Madness. Actress Emilia Clarke talks with guest host Ayesha Rascoe about superpowers in real life and fantasy, her career-launching role in Game of Thrones and how Hollywood has changed since her first season as Daenerys. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at sam…
 
The Black Hair Experience is a pop-up visual exhibit dedicated to the beauty, history and nostalgia of Black hair. Guest host Ayesha Rascoe takes a trip there and chats with its co-founder, Alisha Brooks. Then, Ayesha is joined by NPR's Susan Davis and Asma Khalid about the two huge economic priorities for the Biden administration. — Read Ayesha's …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Eric Topol about vaccine hesitancy and related misinformation. They discuss the problem of political and social siloing, concerns about mRNA vaccines, the Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA, the effectiveness of the COVID vaccines, vaccine efficacy vs effectiveness, the Delta variant, the m…
 
In this episode Toria talks to Dr Matt Silver about how best we can provide pathways for our young people. Matt started working in mainstream education in 2009 after 25 years with a Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) charity. Now a headteacher of an outstanding special school in Harrow, he is also in the final stages of his doctorate o…
 
This week, we're joined by special guest Jordan Taylor as we discuss news such as Valve's new handheld gaming console Steam Deck, Netflix's first foray into game streaming, and trailers for Nickelodeon's All-Star Brawl, Snake Eyes, and Free Guy, as well as Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Adventure Zone: Balance, spoiler-free Marvel's Black Widow, Castlevan…
 
Actress Sonequa Martin-Green has made a career of otherworldly roles. She survived a zombie apocalypse in The Walking Dead, she explores space — the final frontier — in Star Trek: Discovery, and she's the wife of NBA star LeBron James in Space Jam: A New Legacy. She talks to guest host Ayesha Rascoe about her career, her hair and identity, and why …
 
Americans are quitting their jobs in record numbers. Guest host Ayesha Rascoe brings on CBS MoneyWatch editor Irina Ivanova to break down some of the reasons why. Then, The New Republic staff writer Jo Livingstone joins Ayesha to discuss the current state of horror movies and why nothing's better than a good scare. Author and Big Mood, Little Mood …
 
In this episode Jess Gosling talks to Toria about international teaching. She details her own experiences, over 10 years working in four countries. We find out what motivated her to teach abroad and to flourish whilst there. Jess provides great insight and helpful suggestions for teachers considering a move abroad. She encourages teachers who are c…
 
Hey family! This week, we talk about some new trailers for Marvel's What If? and Disney's Encanto, and the new Nintendo Switch OLED Version, as well as reviews of F9: The Fast Saga, Super Metroid, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, The Owl House, the Toledo Museum of Art's Supernatural America exhibit AND MORE! Join us, won't you? We'd like to thank Davi…
 
The Cruelty Is The Point: The Past, Present, and Future of Trump's America, is journalist Adam Serwer's new book, based on a popular essay he wrote for The Atlantic. Serwer talks with guest host Ayesha Rascoe and lays out the ways in which Donald Trump came to power, the historical roots of his vision of law and order, and how he managed to build a…
 
With Sha'Carri Richardson's recent disqualification, and the controversy surrounding the banning of natural hair swimming caps, there's a lot to talk about the treatment of Black women in the Olympics and across the sports world. Guest host Ayesha Rascoe brings on ESPN producer and podcast host Terrika Foster-Brasby and The Athletic's Kavitha A. Da…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Jeff Hawkins about the nature of intelligence. They discuss how the neocortex creates models of the world, the role of prediction in sensory-motor experience, cortical columns, reference frames, thought as movement in conceptual space, the future of artificial intelligence, AI risk, the “alignm…
 
In this episode, Toria talked to Kavin Wadhar about how we can support parents to have more skill-building conversations with their children at home, to supplement the work of schools. Kavin is a dad of two young children, a governor at a local primary school and the founder of "KidCoachApp." It's a conversation starter app full of quick, fun and s…
 
Tiffany Haddish has had a busy year. From starring in prank film Bad Trip, to hosting Kids Say the Darndest Things, to voicing a self-confident toucan in animated series Tuca & Bertie, it seems like she's everywhere. Sam talks to Tiffany about her many projects, her hopes and dreams for the entertainment industry, and she tells a wild story about N…
 
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