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But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
Bay Curious is a show about your questions – and the adventures you find when you go looking for the answers. Join host Olivia Allen-Price to explore all aspects of the San Francisco Bay Area – from the debate over "Frisco", to the dinosaurs that once roamed California, to the causes of homelessness. Whether you lived here your whole life, or just arrived, Bay Curious will deepen your understanding of this place you call home.
 
EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the natur ...
 
Welcome to Purposely Curious! Join your host Mary as we bring you interviews and discussions on life's most curious topics. Our guests come from all walks of life with expertises, specialties, and life experiences as they open up and share their knowledge on life's most interesting curiousities.
 
The OSINT Curious Project is a source of quality, actionable, Open Source Intelligence news, original blogs, instructional videos, and a bi-weekly webcast/podcast. Most of all, we want to inspire people to look outside of their OSINT-comfort zones and pursue their OSINT passions. We try to keep people curious about exploring web applications for bits of information or trying out new techniques to access important OSINT data. We are an OSINT-learning catalyst. Support this podcast: https://an ...
 
Join a curious farmer to discover ways in which farmers are using different practices to farm regeneratively. Find out how food can be produced, and how you can apply some of these principles in your backyard. She gets all the dirt from farmers, chefs and scientists that will help you make informed decisions about how you shop, buy and grow food.
 
Two Irish 20 somethings, with a particular fancy for vino. Lady Curious features discussions of politics, current affairs, social issues, debates and just downright bitching, and of course, a lot of laughs. A chance to discuss what’s on our minds, with amateur research and the occasional guest to learn from each other, all while having our usual tipsy fun. Grab some wine and join us for a girl’s night in while we discuss influential topics and news.
 
Parenting advice that is backed by science! Join Cindy Hovington, Ph.D. in neuroscience and founder of Curious Neuron, as she chats with specialists in pediatrics, education, and research to discuss developmental milestones, behaviour, mental health, and education. Visit curiousneuron.com for our blog posts and follow us on Instagram (@curious_neuron) for weekly topics. Join the Curious Neuron weekly Family Meetings where we meet on Zoom to support our parenting journey.
 
Welcome to The Curious Ahjuma podcast. I’m your host Shinhong. I’m a 40-something Ahjuma, which is the Korean word for older Korean lady. But this podcast isn’t about getting old. It’s about embracing curiosity. I’m curious about a lot of things but for most of my life, I’ve shooed my curiosity away like it was frivolous. What I’m realizing is that that’s a big mistake. So I’m finally letting myself be curious. Especially about people. I’m curious about your story of resilience, empowerment, ...
 
We are back with an expanded show to share practical tips for health, food and fitness, plus learn along with you as we explore our own curious questions. We created our first podcast, Food in Session, to help you build a nutrition knowledge base and allow you to decide the best path for you and your family’s nutrition needs. Our continued goal with Curious Me: expand the podcast to include information to optimize your life- body, mind, social and purpose.
 
Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, Curious Objects—a podcast from The Magazine Antiques—explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into historical works of craft and art.
 
Longtime friends Nile and Kyle are the leading conspiracy, cryptozoology, and paranormal experts in their fields. Well, at least in their apartment. Join them and a revolving door of friends every Sunday for a deep dive into the curious, the unexplained, and the outright weird.
 
Conversations about curiosity in work and life. Broadcasting weekly on WERA-LP 96.7 FM, streaming at wera.fm Choose to be Curious is a show all about curiosity. We explore how curiosity contributes to everything from education and innovation to leadership and conflict resolution. S. Leonard Rubenstein, a writer and teacher, once described curiosity as “a willing, a proud, an eager confession of ignorance” – and that’s what I’m going for. We have a choice. Like eating well or exercise, we get ...
 
Curious, Connected Conversations is where we do just that; we connect, we get curious, and we have conversations.I’m Katy Henry. I am a Female Entrepreneur, an investor, business owner, 5 Elements acupuncture practitioner, intuitive coach, and the creator of the Activate and Advance Energy Self success System.I LOVE connection and conversations, and in this brand new podcast I am delighted to be sharing dialogue and discussions with some amazing people.It’s my hope and my invitation that the ...
 
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This week on Getting Curious, Jonathan and David Yi explore the history of beauty beyond the gender binary. Listen in to learn about Neanderthals who used highlighters, Korean warriors who invented three-in-one sticks, ancient Egyptians who relied on anti-aging creams, and more stunning historical figures. David Yi is the co-founder of good light, …
 
In this week’s episode, we travel back to the days of the Irish Suffragette Movement. Annaig explains the difference between suffragette and suffragist, the suffragette flag and a timeline of the incredible works of Anna Maria Haslam (né Fisher). Henna discusses the other Irish political movements at the time, mainly the push for Home Rule, and we …
 
The Prescott Valley Town Council has selected four finalists for the position vacated by the retirement of longtime Town Manager Larry Tarkowski in May. The Town hired the executive search firm of Peckham and McKenney, Inc. to conduct a national hunt for the person who will lead Prescott Valley into the future. Fifty-nine people applied for the pos…
 
Episode 382 This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with prominent screenwriter Simon Barrett. In our frank interview, Simon Barrett talks about Seance (2021), a Horror movie he wrote and directed and about his experience working with agents. Simon Barrett is the writer of many films, such as You're Next, Blair Witch (2016), VHS and The Guest.…
 
When you think about courage at work, what comes to mind? Most of us think of the whistleblowers, the people who speak out on illegal corporate practices. Yet many who succeed in changing the workplace, do so on a smaller scale. They push back on sexist comments. Point out bias in hiring. Or challenge unequal promotion practices. Each is an example…
 
In one of the longest and most wide-ranging episodes to date, this conversation is with filmmaker, poet, relationship coach and utterly unique human being Alice Frank—who is here as she says to proudly "eff the ineffable". Her book 'My Real Name Is You' has been loved by Eckhart Tolle said 'My favourite poem I ever heard' and Jason Mraz who shared:…
 
This week, we answer a question from 4-year-old Hugo in Burlington, Vt. Hugo wants to know how noodles are made. We visit M.Y. China, a restaurant in San Francisco, CA to watch executive chef Tony Wu hand-pull 16,000 noodles and hear from the restaurant's owner, chef Martin Yan, host of the PBS show Yan Can Cook. And to give us some historical cont…
 
This is episode thirty-three of Curious, Connected Conversations, and Katy is in conversation with Patricia Lohan – Feng Shui expert and author of The Happy Home. In this conversation: Manifesting love Activating the power in your home Parallels with acupuncture ...and much more. Connect with Patricia via her website, Facebook and Instagram. Connec…
 
Today's guest : Angi Sanders is a living success story. She transformed her mind, body, soul, went from being a 500lb hermit to a 250lb water dragon warrior living her best life and working towards the purpose of empowering others to live their best life too. During this conversation she will take us through her journey and tell us about the challe…
 
Most Bay Area residents know about the long established Chinatowns in San Francisco and Oakland, but did you know that San Jose used to have a Chinatown? In fact, it’s had FIVE throughout its history. Why isn’t there a Chinatown in San Jose today? Additional Reading: San Jose Had 5 Chinatowns. Why Did They Vanish The Fairmont Hotel Was Built on the…
 
Last year we met Elmhurst gardener Nicole Virgil, who was fighting for the right to put up a hoop house in her garden. A hoop house is an inexpensive way to help extend the growing season. It protects the crops from the wind and snow and can keep the soil from freezing. Virgil took her fight all the way to the state legislature. Curious City’s Moni…
 
Jen Elizabeth is a sober mom, writer, sexual abuse survivor, and harm reduction specialist. She works with the Sidewalk Project, an organization that works to empower unhoused communities around the world, and is also a host at the Sober Mom Squad, a community and space to discuss all things motherhood, without the mommy juice. I invited Jen on to …
 
Nigger: The Strange Career of a Troublesome WordFew words in the English language have caused so much pain, hurt and emotion as the N-word. It is arguably the most consequential social insult in... Welcome to the 20th year of Radio Curious, half hour interviews on a curiously wide variety of topics about life and ideas. All of the almost 400 half-h…
 
Things are different now. It’s been a while since the last Monster Baby Podcast episode but we had good reason for the delay: Lisa had a baby! In Episode #92, Ted and Lisa take stock of the mindfulness and improvisation ramifications of Lisa’s new life as a (gulp!) mom. Ted cheekily starts the episode by noting that things have really changed for h…
 
These sons and daughters are following in their fathers’ footsteps while making their own name.Her dad, two-time Hall of Famer Rick Flair, is considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, and Charlotte Flair is living up to his legacy. The college volleyball player turned WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) star has been a trai…
 
Is a shadow person a perception... a patch of shadow that is almost identical to a living, humanoid figure? The beings are interpreted as having the presence of a spirit or other entity by many people who have claimed to have witnessed or come into contact with them. Are shadow beings a real paranormal or supernatural occurrence or are they somethi…
 
Pack the snacks! It's summer and we are eager to travel. You can travel, keep up with your healthy lifestyle and have an epic vacation. We are sharing tips for healthy travels, our must items for trips and our favorite spots for those of you traveling to St. Louis this summer.By Emily Frisella, Mindy Musselman
 
On this Episode of Purposely Curious we look into one of America’s most infamous unsolved murder mysteries, The Black Dahlia. Born Elizabeth Short, she is someone whose case continues to intrigue generation after generation. We discuss certain aspects of this case and its impact on American Culture and theories talked about throughout the years. Sa…
 
In this episode of Space Curious experts help explain what it means to go Interstellar, how do we define the vastness of space and who’s making these decisions. This episode was inspired by David Mostardi, of Berkley, California, who wanted to know if the Voyager spacecraft didn't reach the Oort cloud did it really reach interstellar space? Alive B…
 
This episode is with Mina and Sports Dietitian and climber Marisa Michael and we actually recorded it back in November (sorry for the delay Marisa!!). We cover a bunch of different areas in this podcast, from her academic and clinical background to her work and research in climbing as well as busting some common nutrient based myths that commonly c…
 
Iain has a background in ecology, being award his PhD in 2005. He successfully completed 2 post-docs, and was most recently a lecturer ay Macquarie University, where he gave a birds eye view and whole of systems approach to landscape function, including agriculture to the students. He has taken this view and applied it to Leap Farm. After talking t…
 
Getting your first tattoo can be intimidating. How bad does it hurt? How do you book an appointment or pick an artist? What can you expect; from the moment you step into a tattoo parlor, to leaving with your fresh new ink? Whether you’ve been thinking about getting your first tattoo or simply curious about what it’s like, this entertaining audio gu…
 
What are executive functions skills, and how can parents support their child's executive skills development? How to identify a problem in your child's executive skills development? How can you help them overcome challenging skills if they are struggling? How can parent's own challenges with executive functions affect their child? Does becoming a pa…
 
Have you ever felt a burning desire to know what might have been, had you chosen a different course of action? That's "counterfactual curiosity" -- the desire to know about possible alternative outcomes -- and it can sometimes cause us pain and regret. So why have it? Dr. Lily FitzGibbon, postdoctoral research fellow at the School of Psychology and…
 
This week we talk about Tesla Model 3 changes, electric moon buggies, Microsoft Teams apps and PowerApps changes, Windows 10 on ARM, new Samsung tablets, Nintendo eSports, and much more! The Curious Tech podcast featuring Hobie Henning and Devynn Rizo. We chat about technology, robots, 3D printers, photography, or anything else that strikes our fan…
 
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