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Best WBURs podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best WBURs podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Updated January 2020
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Modern Love features top actors performing true stories of love, loss, and redemption. It has included performances by Kate Winslet, Uma Thurman, Angela Bassett, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sterling K. Brown, and more. A collaboration between WBUR and The New York Times.
The front page of the Internet--also known as Reddit--is making noise. Hosts Ben Brock Johnson and Amory Sivertson dig into the site's vast and curious ecosystem of online communities, collaborating with Reddit's 330 million users and over 140 thousand communities to find all kinds of jaw-dropping narratives. A collaboration between WBUR and Reddit.
Go behind the headlines: From the economy and health care to politics and the environment – and so much more – On Point hosts Meghna Chakrabarti and David Folkenflik speak with newsmakers and real people about the issues that matter most. On Point is produced by WBUR for NPR.
An award-winning weekly sports magazine for the serious sports fan and the steadfast sports avoider
Created and produced by parents of young children, WBUR's Circle Round adapts carefully-selected folktales from around the world into sound- and music-rich radio plays for kids ages 4 to 10. Each 10- to 20-minute episode explores important issues like kindness, persistence and generosity. And each episode ends with an activity that inspires a deeper conversation between children and grown-ups.
Kind World is a show about compassion. Through stories big and small, we explore the effect one act can have on a life, to better understand each other and ourselves.
One woman's quest to end her war with food. Hosts Juna Gjata and Dr. Eddie Phillips wield solid science, medical knowledge, common sense and an endless supply of dad jokes to teach us how to eat better and feel better about it. Hint: It’s not dieting. They discuss exercise, body image, food addiction, genetics, weight loss and more. A WBUR production.
It remains the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: 13 artworks stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Twenty-eight years later, not a single piece in a haul worth half a billion dollars has surfaced. The art, and the thieves who made off with it, remain at large. With first-ever interviews, unprecedented access, and more than a year of investigative reporting, "Last Seen" takes us into the biggest unsolved art heist in history. A joint production from WBUR ...
Start your day with WBUR meteorologist David Epstein's latest Boston-area weather forecast.
On Point is a live, two-hour morning news-analysis program, produced by WBUR 90.9 and NPR.
WBUR is Boston's NPR News Station, featuring NPR news and programs such as Car Talk, On Point, Here & Now, Only A Game and Radio Boston.
Discussions and lectures by the best and brightest thinkers from Boston University
From WBUR and Slate, the solidly reported and also somewhat opinionated take on health news for you and your family. Hosted by veteran health reporters Carey Goldberg and Rachel Zimmerman. Part of the Panoply Network.
A boozy weekly podcast about mythology, legends and folklore. Hear fresh takes on classic myths and learn new stories from around the world, served up over ice by two tipsy history geeks.
A public radio series about sound, music, and listening. From WBUR, Boston's NPR News Station.
A four minute weekly radio comic strip. ...It's what Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne might be hotly debating as they walk into the studio -- just before they get on mic. This short radiostrip plays out in the kitchen of 11 Central Ave, the home of an extended family where a hodgepodge of other characters regularly drops in.As they rush around in the morning drinking coffee, reading the paper, looking for their shoes, they're talking about everything from the most compelling topics of our ti ...
An exploration of the life that happens before, behind, and beyond the spotlight. Host Geoff Edgers paints intimate, sound-rich, and surprising portraits of some of the most creative people in the world. The first season includes: Norm Macdonald, Ava Duvernay, Ms. Pat, Hanson and David Letterman. A collaboration between WBUR and The Washington Post.
Season Ticket is full of engaging talk, insightful commentary, insider information, and unfiltered conversations with those who make news on the Boston sports scene and those who report on it five days a week. Hosted by Boston Globe sports columnist Chris Gasper, in partnership with WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, this daily show will make you feel closer to your favorite teams than ever before.
Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
Tai Poole is trying to find answers to life’s biggest questions. What happens after we die? What is love? How can we fix climate change? He may not solve them all, but give him a break ... he’s only 1 ...
As public health officials reported Monday that two people in that state were being tested for novel coronavirus, health authorities in Massachusetts say the risk to residents remains low.By WBUR
Start your day with WBUR meteorologist David Epstein's latest Boston-area weather forecast.By WBUR
WBUR's Bob Oakes sat down with Democrat Michael Curry, former president of Boston's NAACP, and former Republican Gov. Jane Swift to discuss the many uncertainties in the Senate and in the presidential race.By WBUR
"It sure as heck puts it to [the Republicans] now," Warren said in an interview with WBUR, in which she also discussed her presidential campaign, one week before voting begins in Iowa.By WBUR
Pelletier says she was in severe pain due to a rare condition when she was locked in a psychiatric ward against her will and doctors limited contact with her family. But her former psychiatrist says the care team at the hospital suspected Pelletier's parents of abuse that was leading to some of her symptoms.…
Host Tonya Mosley talks with KPCC reporter Erick Galindo about Kobe Bryant's legacy and what he meant to the people of Los Angeles. Also, in 2019, approximately 12% of the nation's housing stock was vacant. Vacancy taxes are a new tool cities are implementing to ensure all available housing is used. But do they work? We discuss.…
Boston University World of Ideas
Discussions and lectures by the best and brightest thinkers from Boston UniversityBy WBUR
Discussions and lectures by the best and brightest thinkers from Boston UniversityBy WBUR
Marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. And why three generations later, we must still never forget. Anna Ornstein and Alvin Rosenfeld join Meghna Chakrabarti.By WBUR & NPR
We discuss the latest on a plane crash in Afghanistan and recent rocket attacks on the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, Iraq.By WBUR & NPR
Taking on too much student loan debt is just one of the common mistakes seen by Jill Schlesinger, a certified financial planner. Schlesinger shares how to avoid the "dumb things" people do with money. Also, Haiti is now under one-man rule after its Parliament dissolved earlier this month — a result of failed elections last October. Host Tonya Mosle…
Taking on too much student loan debt is just one of the common mistakes seen by certified financial planner Jill Schlesinger.By WBUR & NPR
Parliament dissolved earlier this month as a result of failed elections last October.By WBUR & NPR
In the U.S., regions with large Chinese communities are on high alert to prevent the coronavirus from spreading.By WBUR & NPR
We remember Kobe Bryant and his impact on and off the court.By WBUR & NPR
The deaths have been in China, but the CDC has confirmed a fifth case of the disease in the United States.By WBUR & NPR
In his upcoming book, John Bolton claims President Trump told him he wanted to keep military aid to Ukraine on hold pending investigations into political rivals.By WBUR & NPR
We look at the coming week’s biggest stories. We'll discuss the impeachment trial, of course, but we’ll also make time for news from the rest of the country and around the world. Lisa Desjardins, Anton La Guardia and Anita Kumar join Meghna Chakrabarti.By WBUR & NPR
From potatoes to quickie "food challenges," Eddie and Juna answer questions from listeners.By WBUR
One way to address housing demand and affordability is a so-called vacancy tax, a new tool cities are implementing to ensure all available housing is used.By WBUR & NPR
A new poll from Emerson College shows Sen. Bernie Sanders in the lead in Iowa, with the backing of 30% of respondents.By WBUR & NPR
KPCC reporter Erick Galindo talks about Kobe Bryant's legacy and what he meant to the people of Los Angeles.By WBUR & NPR
How competitive will North Carolina be in 2020?By WBUR & NPR
Here's what to expect when President Trump's lawyers present their legal arguments on Monday.By WBUR & NPR
Increased travel for the Lunar New Year and Hong Kong's status as a busy port city makes the risk of spreading the virus higher.By WBUR & NPR
With more on Bryant's legacy, WBUR sports and society reporter Shira Springer joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes.By WBUR
Elizabeth Freeman was brought to a house in Sheffield, Massachusetts in 1758 as a teenager. She helped keep the fires going. She cleaned, cooked and served.By WBUR
Elizabeth Co knew she loved biology but didn't know how to translate that into a career. Until she held two human hearts in her hands.By WBUR
The colors at Braintree High School traditionally break down along gender lines on graduation day: usually girls wear white and boys wear blue.By WBUR
After NBA All-Star Al Horford joined the Boston Celtics, a different Horford became a fan favorite. This week on Only A Game, the ongoing love story between Al's younger sister Anna and the Celtics community. Also, a former high school quarterback remembers her experience as the only girl on the gridiron in Sicily. And what a British baseball fan l…
Feeling like an outsider is one of the hallmarks of adolescence. But in today’s episode, we hear from two 16-year-olds who have cause to feel especially isolated. One girl is home-schooled and suffers from social anxiety. Another feels disconnected from her best friend, who has suddenly become popular at school. Both letter writers wonder if they’l…
Edith Rubin, 91, survived the holocaust. More than 75 years after she was rescued from a Nazi camp, she remembers the rare moments of kindness she experienced during the darkest time in her life.By WBUR
The Wuhan coronavirus is already having an impact on China's markets.By WBUR & NPR
A new memoir reveals an unsavory depiction of tech startup culture. We’ll examine the influence of Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies -- and how the public’s view of Big Tech is changing. Anna Wiener joins Anthony Brooks.By WBUR & NPR