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Full Slate features Greg Frank (@UnderCoverGreg) and others discussing a Full Slate of sports topics with a gambling focus. Winners will be given out but certainly not guaranteed. The only guarantees are laughs, some absurd takes, and insightful analysis. If you can bet on it, we will discuss it. Go follow the Greg, producer Alex Uplinger (@Alex_Up7) and the show @Full_Slate_Pod on Twitter!
 
Every day we seem to wake up to a new chapter of political turmoil that leaves us angry, confused, and more than a little concerned for the future of our country. Politics By Faith with Mike Slater offers a very different analysis to the equation, drawing from faith and the founders for perspective instead of the warring opinions of pundits. You’ll be amazed at what the Bible and our very own history have to say about where we are today. Enlightening, insightful, and reassuring, and 100% uni ...
 
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This week, Slate's Dana Stevens and Dan Kois spoil Tár, Todd Fields’ first film in 16 years. Cate Blanchett stars as a world-famous conductor whose life takes an unexpected turn as she prepares for a career-changing opportunity. Note: As the title indicates, this podcast contains spoilers galore. Read Dana’s review here. Read Dan’s review here. Ema…
 
This week, Slate's Dana Stevens and Dan Kois spoil Tár, Todd Fields’ first film in 16 years. Cate Blanchett stars as a world-famous conductor whose life takes an unexpected turn as she prepares for a career-changing opportunity. Note: As the title indicates, this podcast contains spoilers galore. Read Dana’s review here. Read Dan’s review here. Ema…
 
Artificial intelligence is growing in leaps and bounds, and everywhere from Big Tech companies like Google to small teams like OpenAI are developing more and more convincing chatbots. Is the world ready for convincing, talking computers? Guest: Alex Kantrowitz, host of the Big Technology podcast. Host: Emily Peck If you enjoy this show, please cons…
 
New York’s Rikers Island is infamous for its violence and danger, even to prisoners who haven’t been convicted of any crime. At least 18 detainees have died there under questionable circumstances this year alone. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Johnson is joined by attorney Olayemi Olurin. She shares more about what led to these deaths, and why…
 
On this episode: Jamilah, Zak, and Elizabeth recap their week in parenting. Then Elizabeth speaks with Megan McNamee, MPH, RDN, of Feeding Littles about how to feed your kids this holiday season and beyond. Then on Slate Plus, Jamilah, Zak, and Elizabeth discuss what to do if someone criticizes your parenting style. If you enjoy this show, please c…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate senior supervising producer of audio Daisy Rosario is joined by sisters and authors Amber Ruffin and Lacey Lamar. Amber and Lacey just released their second book, The World Record Book of Racist Stories, a collection of humorous and sometimes heartbreaking essays about the racism they and the people they k…
 
On today’s episode, Rachelle Hampton is joined yet again by Nadira Goffe, this time to unpack the mailbag. First they discuss the convoluted mess over a guy on TikTok named Kevin who may or may not understand what the female gaze is. Then, they talk about chili, a Brazilian puppet, and inflation in TikTok’s doubloons economy. This podcast is produc…
 
Three botched lethal injections in Alabama have once again highlighted the practical complexity and possible illegality of the death penalty. Even states that are adamantly in favor of capital punishment are being stalled on a purely pragmatic level. Guest: Elizabeth Bruenig, staff writer at The Atlantic If you enjoy this show, please consider sign…
 
What are we to think when someone murders an innocent man so casually? How could someone do such a thing? How can a conscience become so seared? In this episode, we talk about 3 recent murders that all have a common theme. And how we can make sure we never fall victim to this same way of thinking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
We bring you a special episode from the Articles of Interest podcast hosted by Avery Trufelman about the incredible reach and adaptability of preppy clothes. It’s a story about the great modernizer of Ivy style, Ralph Lauren, and how he and his label, Polo, were themselves modernized by customers who helped push preppy in a whole new direction, fro…
 
‘Tis the season of gathering with friends and family. It’s also a time where some of us yearn for a closer community, like this week’s listener. Morgan is looking for a way to hang out with friends in a consistent, meaningful manner. On this episode of How To!, Priya Parker, author of The Art of Gathering, explains how to transform a lackluster han…
 
This week Superhero Slate covers Comic-Con Brazil, we have trailers for Guardians of the Galaxy, Transformers, Indiana Jones, and so much more! Cyberpunk Edgerunners, Marvel’s Midnight Suns, Brett Goldstein & Muppet Christmas Carol News CCXP (18:00) Brazil Comic-Con this weekend Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (18:35) First trailer released for up…
 
So, the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT has to impose its will by appointing a THIRD PARTY MANAGER to ensure that the residents of my hometown have accessibilty to one of the essential needs of existence-WATER. Yea, attorney General Merrick Garland, with the approval of federal judge Henry Wingate, have acted to immediately address the wanton neglect by ALL inv…
 
The Biden administration’s Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission are both staffed with accomplished progressives who are proving more aggressive than their predecessors in either the Trump or Obama eras. But can Big Tech be tamed? Guest: Leah Nylen, reporter for Bloomberg News Host: Lizzie O’Leary If you enjoy this show, please conside…
 
This week, host Karen Han takes a turn in the guest chair and talks to host Isaac Butler about her new book Bong Joon Ho: Dissident Cinema, which is a critical analysis of the work of Korean director Bong Joon Ho. In the interview, Karen tells the story of how she began writing about culture in the first place and then how she was selected to write…
 
Aaron speaks with actor, writer, comedian and teacher Tara Ochs on the nature and theory of comedy. We discuss why farts are funny, how the belief that comedians need to be sad is a complete myth, the intricacies and problems of cancel culture in both modern and historical contexts, and the history of female comedians. Tara gives her insights on wh…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers are joined by New York Times Magazine writer and Fleishman is in Trouble author Taffy Brodesser-Akner to talk about wealth, class and the media industry, specifically through the lens of the Fleishman is in Trouble book and new limited TV series. In the Plus segment: what is everyone thankfu…
 
This episode was recorded before the Nov. 19 attack on Club Q. Outward stands with our queer family in Colorado Springs. This month, Christina Cauterucci, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Bryan Lowder discuss two major trans news stories from recent weeks. First, the New York Times’ latest article about trans kids and gender-affirming care, this time about…
 
In 1942, federal officials targeted a group of Black Americans who were allegedly hoping for a Japanese invasion. They uncovered a plot that included stockpiles of weapons and secret passwords—but was any of it true? This week, Joel Anderson tells the story of a shadowy organization in East St. Louis, Illinois, the group’s mysterious leader, and an…
 
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