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Author Robert J. Peterson and Comedian Tim Powers present an AFTERSHOW of the CW Series RIVERDALE. Tim and Bob are both lifelong Archie readers and comcs fans. The boys discuss the show from their unique perspective, examine the storyline and script, and determine how true RIVERDALE stays to the source material. If you love ARCHIE, if you love RIVERDALE, you'll like what Tim and Bob have to say in HIRAM's Lodge . Follow us on Twitter @Lodge_Hiram
 
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Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees shares his insights into the existential threats facing humanity, what it means to be a techno-optimist, and how we can plan for the long-term future. Lord Martin Rees is a leading astrophysicist as well as a senior figure in UK science. He has conducted influential theoretical work on subjects as diverse as black …
 
Sociologist Prof. Steve Fuller shares his thoughts on transhumanism as a science-based religion, the value of taking a death-based approach to life, and why Friedrich Nietzsche is the futurist we need today. Prof. Steve Fuller is Auguste Comte Professor of Social Epistemology at the University of Warwick, UK. Originally trained in history and philo…
 
Historian Rutger Bregman shares his insights into why we have such a pessimistic view of human nature, what it means to be evolutionarily hardwired for kindness, and how radical ideas and stories can shape the future. Rutger Bregman is a historian and author. He has published five books on history, philosophy, and economics. His book Utopia for Rea…
 
Journalist Jenny Kleeman shares her thoughts on developments in the emerging fields of sex robotics, lab-grown meat, artificial wombs, and assisted dying. Jenny Kleeman is a journalist and documentary filmmaker who travels the world finding eye-catching, thought-provoking stories and compelling characters. Her articles appear regularly in the Guard…
 
Theoretical Physicist Jim Al-Khalili shares his thoughts on what physics can teach us about the nature of reality and the mysteries of our universe, the possibility of a theory of everything, and how to make scientific ideas accessible and captivating. Jim Al-Khalili FRS is a quantum physicist, author and broadcaster and one of the best-known scien…
 
Public philosopher Roman Krznaric shares his thoughts on how to cultivate longterm thinking, solutions for overcoming political presentism, and what it takes to be a good ancestor. Roman Krznaric is a public philosopher who writes about the power of ideas to change society. His books, including Empathy, The Wonderbox and Carpe Diem Regained, have b…
 
Science journalist Gemma Milne shares her insights on how the hype-machine impacts science communication, how tech companies work to attract interest and attention, and how the general public can think critically about new innovations. Gemma Milne is a Scottish science and technology writer and podcaster, published across many industries in the BBC…
 
Start-up founder Wendy Liu shares her thoughts on the perils of start-up life, how Silicon Valley is dealing with issues of inequality, and what can be done to reclaim technology’s potential for the public good. Wendy Liu is a start-up founder who left the tech industry to pursue a master's degree in inequality from the London School of Economics. …
 
Computer scientist Edward A. Lee shares his thoughts on the symbiotic coevolution of humans and machines, why the ‘dataist’ belief in human cognition resembling computation is likely wrong, and how recent technological developments resemble the emergence of a new form of life. Edward Ashford Lee is Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) in Electrical E…
 
Biologist Adam Hart shares his insights into the mismatch between our human biology and the modern world, why it’s important for us to re-engage with nature, and how evolutionary science might hold the key to our future survival. Adam Hart is an entomologist and Professor of Science Communication at the University of Gloucestershire. He is a regula…
 
Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Stickler shares his insights into the dangers of financial maximisation, why we should give greater consideration to our future selves, and how we can create a more abundant society. Writer and entrepreneur Yancey Strickler is the co-founder and former CEO of Kickstarter, an acclaimed author, and the creator of Bentois…
 
Dr. Camilla Pang shares her insights into living with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, how she uses scientific principles to better understand human beings, and why she considers her neurodiversity to be a superpower. Dr Camilla Pang holds a PhD in Biochemistry from University College London and is a Postdoctoral Scientist specialising in Translational …
 
Human rights activist Maureen Webb and alleged hacker Lauri Love share their insights into the relationship between hacking and political activism, the dangers of government and private sector surveillance, and how hackers are rebuilding society by challenging the status quo. Maureen Webb is a labor lawyer and human rights activist. She is the auth…
 
Arthur I. Miller shares his insights on machine generated artwork, the impact of artificial intelligence on the cultural landscape, and how computers are challenging our understanding of what it means to be creative. Dr. Arthur I. Miller is an emeritus professor of History and Philosophy of Science at University College London. He has lectured and …
 
Academic John Danaher shares his insights into the possibility of a post-work economy, the impact of increasing automation, and how our future might be determined by either becoming a cyborg or retreating into the virtual. John Danaher is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway and coeditor of Robot Sex: Social a…
 
Transhumanists Max More & Natasha Vita-More discuss their contributions to the field of transhumanism, the philosophical concept of morphological freedom, and how we can work to leverage advanced technology for human enhancement. Dr. Max More is an internationally acclaimed strategic philosopher widely recognized for his thinking on the philosophic…
 
Quantitive futurist Amy Webb discusses the importance of trend forecasting, the global challenges faced by modern businesses, and the tools you need for thinking like a futurist. Amy Webb is a quantitative futurist. She is a professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and the Founder of the Future Today Institute, a leading…
 
Virtual reality (VR) pioneer Jeremy Bailenson discusses how VR experiences can change our perception of self, increase empathy, and lead to new forms of social interaction. Jeremy Bailenson is the founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab where he studies the psychology of VR, in particular how virtual experiences lea…
 
Author and media commentator Rachel Botsman discusses trust, collaborative consumption, and innovative new uses for blockchain technology. Rachel is the leading global authority on an explosive new era of trust. She’s an award-winning author, speaker, university lecturer and media commentator. Her specialism is an engaging and intelligent long-view…
 
Therapist Michael Carthy discusses how he uses virtual reality to help individuals overcome anxiety, conquer their phobias and tackle their fears. Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) is backed by twenty years of scientific studies that prove its efficacy. Together with specialised software, Michael supervises his client's use of VR to ensure the process …
 
Performance artist Dani Ploeger discusses electronic waste (e-waste), planned obsolescence of technology and the posthuman in performance. Dani's work investigates and subverts the spectacles of sex, violence and waste in techno-consumer culture. He has undergone an operation in which electronic waste was installed in his abdomen by a body piercer,…
 
Carla Gannis discusses emoji, using augmented reality for creativity and the current state of digital art in New York. Carla is an American artist and Industry Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU. She identifies as a visual storyteller and with the use of 21st Century representational technologies she narrates through a “digital looking gl…
 
Professor Steve Fuller discusses transhumanism, how scientists should approach risk, and what it means to be human in the 21st Century. Steve is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick, his most recent work has been concerned with the future of humanity, or 'Humanity 2.0'. During the interview he discussed the ideas of transhumanism a…
 
Professor of Cybernetics Kevin Warwick discusses augmenting human capabilities, the exciting field of robotics, and what it means to be a cyborg. His pioneering research into robots with biological brains and enhancing human physiological functioning with electronic devices has brought the science fiction future into the present. Prof Warwick is no…
 
On this show we meet the scientists, technologists, artists and philosophers working to imagine the sorts of developments that might dramatically alter what it means to be human. Some of their predictions will be preferable, others might seem impossible, but none of them are inevitable. Join your host Luke Robert Mason, and explore the multitude of…
 
Tim & Bob continue to lose entusiasm for Riverdale and create 5 plots way more interesting than any of the plots currently running on Riverdale now. Archie's viral video results in negative repercussions, as Principal Waldo Weatherby demands he disband the Red Circle. Though Archie refuses, the Red Circle disbands regardless due to the football tea…
 
Tim & Bob continue to slowly burn out on a show that's not targeted at them anyway, but they still love Archie Comics. Still. Kevin, who was in the forest, hears the gunshots and rushes to find Midge crying. Moose, who shielded Midge from the gunfire, is hospitalized and survives. Following the incident, Archie founds a vigilante group called the R…
 
Tim & Bob finally get out of Jingle-Jangle rehab and break down Seaon 2, episode 2 of RIVERDALE on the CW. After learning of Ms. Grundy's murder, an increasingly anxious Archie suspects that her death is connected with Fred's shooting, which pushes him to get a gun from Dilton Doiley. Following the shooting, business at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe has d…
 
Tim & Bob return with their usual shenanegans. Leave us a nice review on iTunes, would you please? After being shot, Fred is rushed to the hospital by Archie, who is soon joined by his friends. Sheriff Keller gains a description of the shooter from Archie and calls him in for a lineup, but none of the men in the lineup are the shooter. When Veronic…
 
Tim & Bob return for their thoughts on the season 1 finale and their hopes for season 2-- and SABRINA. Also, Bob got married while we were on hiatus. Please leve a nice comment on itunes, please. We love you. Follow us on Twitter. It is revealed that Clifford was in the drug business and Jason found out. Clifford killed Jason to stop him from expos…
 
Bob and Tim return to bring you their take on RIVERDALE, epsidoes 10, 11 and 12. We review The Party, the Homecoming dance and the BIG REVEAL. We also give shout outs to some very supportive friends-- maybe that means YOU! Jughead calls his mother, but she refuses to let him move in with her. F.P. confesses to everything, including Jason's murder. …
 
On the verge of starting a construction job, Fred loses his crew, which could jeopardize his livelihood, so Archie rounds up his friends to pitch in and help, but things don't go well. With his secret exposed, Jughead worries about how his friends will take it; Betty and Veronica consider throwing a baby shower for Polly, who is apprehensive in lig…
 
Only a few more days until the next Riverdale. In the meanwhile, dig this: When we look back at American family life in the late 1930s, many of us view it not through the eyes of reality but, instead, thru the rose colored glasses of popular culture. If you were young yourself at that time, you have a more realistic memory of those years - but, if …
 
While you're waiting for the next episode of RIVERDALE to air on the CW, check out the Riverdale your grandparents (or great-grandparents) used to enjoy. rchie Andrews began on the NBC Blue Network on May 31, 1943, switched to Mutual in 1944, and then continued on NBC radio from 1945 until September 5, 1953. The program's original announcer was Ken…
 
While you're waiting for the next episode of RIVERDALE to air on the CW, check out the Riverdale your grandparents (or great-grandparents) used to enjoy. rchie Andrews began on the NBC Blue Network on May 31, 1943, switched to Mutual in 1944, and then continued on NBC radio from 1945 until September 5, 1953. The program's original announcer was Ken…
 
Bob Peterson and Tim Powers, two grown men who love Archie Comics, return to gush like pre-teen fangirls about this episode of The CW's hit series, RIVERDALE. Tim and Bob discuss alcoholism, mental health, gender norms, high school and, of course, the fun of Archie Comics. Don't forget to leave a review on iTunes. Be sure to visit your local comic …
 
Tim and Bob return with their geeked-out, too-old-for-this-but-loving-every-minute opinions on Episode 6 of RIVERDALE, "Faster Pussycat, Kill! Kill!" Follow us on twitter at @lodge_hiram We love you. Thanks for listening. Be sure to tell a friend about Hiram's Lodge With Riverdale High’s annual variety show around the corner, Valerie’s (guest star …
 
Tim and Bob discuss episode 5 of RIVERDALE. Tell your friends, post us on social media. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @Lodge_Hirams and leave feedback on itunes, please. We love you! The Blossom family's preparations for Jason's funeral include a secret agenda; an opportunity to work with a music mentor derails Archie's attempt to refocus on football; Veron…
 
Tim and Bob discuss episode 4 of RIVERDALE. Tell your friends, post us on social media. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @Lodge_Hirams and leave feedback on itunes, please. We love you! Jughead discovers an anonymous buyer for the drive-in plans to tear it down and launches a battle to keep it open; Betty's friendship with Archie takes a hit after she uncovers…
 
Tim and Bob are back again with their collective elation over the new episode of The CW's RIVERDALE. These two grown-up, college educated men spend an hour discussing this new interpereation of the 75 year old franchise featuring the beloved Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica, Reggie and Cheryl Blossom. This third episode, we think, is the best of th…
 
Episode 2 of The CW's RIVERDALE revelaed all kinds of mysteries, scandal and character development. On this show, two college educated, grown up men discuss a teen show featuring America's most legendary teens. This episode: Episode 2: A Touch of Evil. Cheryl gets busted for the murder of Jason Blossom, Betty and Veronica establish themselves as Fr…
 
Before RIVERDALE came to TV, before the various Saturday Morning Cartoos, even before Sabrina moved to Riverdale, Archie and the gang were stars of a radio series which ran for 10 years on both the NBC and Mutual radio networks. The shows are fairly simple, basic sit-com content featuring our beloved heroes from Riverdale, and it's easy to imagine …
 
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