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Best Hermione podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Hermione podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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It’s the English class you didn't know you missed and the meaningful conversations you didn't know you craved. Join Vanessa Zoltan and Casper ter Kuile as they bring thought, reflection and laughter to Harry Potter; not just as novels, but as instructive and inspirational texts that will teach us about our own lives. Relive the magic chapter by chapter as they explore themes such as commitment, revenge and forgiveness. This podcast creates time in your week to think about life’s big question ...
 
Think is a daily, topic-driven interview and call-in program hosted by Krys Boyd covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and emerging trends to food and wine, travel, adventure, and entertainment.
 
Prepare to be titillated, pop culture fans, because Fangasm is here; featuring horned-up fantasies, beloved characters, and a heavy dose of comedic commentary. (Think: My Dad Wrote A Porno, except spotlighting your favorite book, TV, and movie characters.) Didn’t know erotic fanfiction existed? Neither did hosts and fangirls and fanboy Allie LeFevere, Lyndsay Rush & Danny Chapman...until now. In each episode, they read and discuss a hot and steamy chapter from an erotic fanfiction story. Yep ...
 
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Robert Zoellick has viewed America’s relationship to other countries both internally – as Deputy Secretary of State – and externally – as president of the World Bank. He joins host Krys Boyd to talk about aligning U.S. policy decisions with a larger global purpose. His new book is called “America in the World: A History of U.S. Diplomacy and Foreig…
 
On the Netflix show “Indian Matchmaking,” families hunt for a good match for a daughter or son. Someone with good social standing, in the right class, and who understands duty to family. Love doesn’t have a whole lot to do with it. Parul Bhandari is associate professor at the Jindal Global Business School in Delhi, India, and she joins host Krys Bo…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 13 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – Nicolas Flamel. We discuss how friendship is the key to discovering Nicolas Flamel, why The Sorcerer’s Stone is immediately associated with Snape, and we have a special guest appearance from our Little Lass… Connect with the show: Like Us On Facebook | Joi…
 
No matter how many walls are constructed and checkpoints set up, migration is an ancient response to the need to find new sources for shelter, safety and food. And climate change has often been at the root of these mass movements. Science journalist Sonia Shah joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why global movement is actually a hopeful signal, brin…
 
America had been warned for years that a pandemic would someday hit. The prep work was done, and step-by-step instructions to mitigate fall out were disseminated. So why have things gotten so bad? Ed Yong covers science as a staff writer for The Atlantic, and he joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the current crisis and how it could’ve been avoided.…
 
We all want life to get back to normal but what will that look like? This hour, we’re exploring how three sectors of everyday life are responding to the pandemic. We’ll start with a look at how administrators are working to safely reopen schools. Then we’ll move on to how COVID-19 is affecting the entertainment industry – and how the virus is forci…
 
You’ve probably noticed your hands a lot more these days. With the amount of handwashing you’re doing, they’re probably looking pretty dry and cracked. Are you killing off the good germs along with the bad? Dr. James Hamblin, staff writer at The Atlantic and a lecturer at Yale School of Public Health, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how our skin…
 
Americans are proud of living in the “land of the free” — and some feel that being asked to wear a mask or stay home impedes that freedom. Mark Rothstein is professor of law and medicine and director of the Institute for Bioethics, Health Policy and Law at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He joins host Krys Boyd to talk about what t…
 
Vanessa and Casper explore the theme of Arrogance in chapter thirteen of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. This week we discuss how Umbridge has changed since we last saw her, Harry’s rash decision to try and free some Muggle-Borns, and why Hermione has trouble casting a Patronus. Throughout the episode we consider the question: Does it count a…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 12 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – The Mirror Of Erised. We discuss how much Dumbledore is in control of Harry’s fate, the author’s gift of showing and not telling us about her characters, and why Mary’s deepest desires involve Doritos and melatonin… Connect with the show: Like Us On Facebo…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 11 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – Quidditch. We discuss the author somehow keeping a play-by-play accounting of a fictional sport engaging, Harry’s purpose for not celebrating his big win, and how Hermione gets away with straight up lighting a professor on fire. Connect with the show: Like…
 
Bob Ross painted happy little clouds and happy little trees and, 25 years after his death, he still makes us happy. Michael Mooney joins host Krys Boyd to talk about TV’s “Joy of Painting” host, who encouraged us to make happy little accidents. His recent article in The Atlantic is headlined “Why Is Bob Ross Still So Popular?”…
 
It’s been 17 years since U.S. forces invaded Iraq. Robert Draper of The New York Times joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how a combination of groupthink, faulty intelligence and a flawed decision-making process led to a war that spawned many unintended consequences. His new book is called “To Start a War: How the Bush Administration Took America I…
 
One year ago today, a man allegedly drove 10 hours, stopped at a Walmart in El Paso, and opened fire, killing 23. On the anniversary of the deadliest anti-Latino attack in American history, we’ll revisit the debate about guns in America. Jennifer Carlson, associate professor of sociology and government and public policy at the University of Arizona…
 
The promise of the middle class began in the 1920s with a promise of “a chicken in every pot.” By mid-century, the dream became much more expansive—even as it turned away a significant portion of Americans. David Stebenne, teaches political, legal and constitutional history at The Ohio State University, and he joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the…
 
For most Americans, President Trump’s border wall is an abstract idea. But for people living along the border, its physical presence actually affects their lives. D.W. Gibson spent two years observing a section of the wall’s development – from prototype to construction – and he joins host Krys Boyd to talk about what he learned from talking to peop…
 
Recorded at The ANZA Club. Editor/Executive Producer: Chris "MooMan" Nyarady, Producer: Andrew Lynch, Production Manager: Geneviève Bolduc, Casting Director: Nick Drake, Finance Manager: Adam Duff, Promotions Manager: Lindsay Branen, Community Manager: Beni Spieler, Recording Engineer: Casey Por. The Geeks and Nerds are... Team Harry Potter: Kelly …
 
The whole Harry Potter and the Sacred Text Team is busy this week running our summer camp, so we thought: what a perfect time for a throw-back episode! This episode holds a special place in our hearts because it's the first time Casper and Vanessa had a real revelation about the books while recording. This is the chapter where Harry, Ron, and Hermi…
 
Dr. Ross Slotten experienced the AIDS crisis both as a newly-minted physician caring for patients and as a gay man watching many friends die from the virus. He joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his personal experience caring for people amid the epidemic. His new book is called “Plague Years: A Doctor’s Journey through the AIDS Crisis.”…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 10 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – Hallowe’en. We discuss the why Hermione lied for the boys, Professors McGonagall’s intent, and the troughs at Fenway Park… Connect with the show: Like Us On Facebook | Join The Nerd Clan | Follow Us On Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram Download this episode…
 
Each day we’re inundated with new data about the spread of COVID-19. But which numbers tell the real story? Caroline Chen covers healthcare for ProPublica and is currently reporting on the coronavirus pandemic. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how we should interpret the numbers to get a sense of where we’re headed. Her recent article is head…
 
It seems unreal: a conspiracy that connected online retailer Wayfair to organized child sex trafficking. But so many believed it that the National Human Trafficking Hotline was overwhelmed with calls. Where do these ideas originate? And how do they affect our society? Filmmaker Michael Kirk talks to host Krys Boyd about how hoaxes and conspiracies …
 
You might remember the glitzy days of nationally televised beauty pageants: parades of beautifully coiffed young women representing every corner of America. Was this a celebration of femininity or a slap in the face for feminism? City University of New York professor Margot Mifflin joins host Krys Boyd to take us backstage, where battles for social…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 9 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – The Midnight Duel. We discuss the authors wholly unique descriptors, Hogwarts guiding Harry, and why Mary was scared to death by a little fly… Connect with the show: Like Us On Facebook | Join The Nerd Clan | Follow Us On Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram Do…
 
The world changed after our previous episode. The COVID-19 situation has taken over our lives completely and we took a little hiatus to get used to working from home, cooking for ourselves, and generally living differently. We are back now with the penultimate episode of this season where we discuss the last two chapters of Prisoner of Azkaban: 21.…
 
We all need some self-care these days, so if someone growls at you to “take a hike,” definitely take them up on it. After all, it’s one of the healthiest things you can do. Trinity College Dublin neuroscientist Shane O’Mara joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why ditching the car is great for your body, your mood and your connection to your fellow m…
 
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake chat chapter 8 of Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone – The Potions Master. We discuss Harry’s immediate blind hate of Snape, the secret Lily message in this chapter, and why Blake totally thinks Defense Against The Dark Arts is basically Tae Kwon Do… Connect with the show: Like Us On Facebook | Join The Nerd Cl…
 
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