show episodes
 
Death, Sex & Money is a podcast about the big questions and hard choices that are often left out of polite conversation. Host Anna Sale talks to celebrities you've heard of—and to regular people you haven't—about the Big Stuff: relationships, money, family, work and making it all count while we're here. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, The Experiment, The New Yorker Radio Hour and many others.
 
Weekly interview podcast hosted by former coporate New Yorker turned citizen of the world with a voracious appetite for personal development. Chris Oh speaks with inspirational entrepreneurs, creatives and thought leaders from around the world on how we can all crush our fears and optimize our lifestyle to live our most fulfilling lives, and always on our own terms. New episodes drop every Monday. Learn more at psyoungerself.com.
 
The Last Archive​ is a show about the history of truth, and the historical context for our current fake news, post-truth moment. It’s a show about how we know what we know, and why it seems, these days, as if we don’t know anything at all anymore. The show is driven by host Jill Lepore’s work as a historian, uncovering the secrets of the past the way a detective might. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
In The City Confessions, host and Native New Yorker Mariann Yip leads an ongoing, causal and raw discussion with real people living in the city to share and laugh about their highs and most importantly their lows. She invites guests to open up about what they’re really going through on a daily basis, what the city has taught them, and ultimately gives them a platform to talk about what’s on their mind and what keeps them up at night. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecityconfessions ...
 
A Laurelton Southeast Queens New Yorker, hard worker, creator, & host Gmoney Stackz brings you Off The Meatrack (meat-rack) Chainz New York Podcast. The unfiltered comedy show about the stories mixed with entertainment news, music, real life, segments, & so much more. Gmoney Stackz along with individual friends get to voice their thoughts, talks, facts, opinions, each week with interesting topics. The motto goal here is to inspire, inform, motivate, have fun, the important thing here is humo ...
 
On June 22, 2018, 35-year-old scientist Tristan Beaudette is brutally murdered in front of his two young daughters while camping in idyllic Malibu Creek State Park. The killing stuns the tight-knit, privileged community of Malibu. More stunning? The fact that the cops anticipated the attack, but didn’t move to stop it. And the culprit they identify insists he’s being framed. New episodes on Tuesdays. Hosted by Dana Goodyear (The New Yorker) and produced by Western Sound and Pushkin Industrie ...
 
When we hear about confidence games, we think, “never me.” Welcome to The Grift, a show about con artists and the lives they ruin. Best-selling author and New Yorker writer Maria Konnikova takes us to the darker side of human nature and deceit. Ten stories about card sharks, cult leaders, art forgers, impostors, and more. Why do we fall for them time and time again?
 
In "Emily Is Not In Paris: The Podcast”, host Fatima Cadet-Diaby will investigate why and how people move to France and what they do once they get there. Fatima is a native New Yorker who moved to Paris about five years ago on a whim. As each year passes by, she wonders what motivates people to dig roots in France. This podcast hopes to demystify the allure of navigating French society as a foreigner. Through conversations with friends & strangers who have spent a considerable amount of time ...
 
A podcast by a native New Yorker & crazy Colombian who loves to talk about Daily Events • TV • Movies • Celebs • and Life! Follow @itsjessnyc on IG, FB, TWITTER, LINKEDIN & TUMBLRNew Episodes when I feel like it 💋 #itsjessnyc #LifeWithJess ⏬ Visit my website & blog
 
The economy is bananas, even scary. But some people are thriving, and we're going to figure out how. Adam Davidson, "New Yorker" writer, longtime contributor to This American Life, and the creator of NPR’s "Planet Money," unearths stories from regular people. People who have cracked the code to success in our new economic reality.
 
Trampoline Hall is a barroom lecture series that has been delighting audiences every month in Toronto for fifteen years, where it has sold out every show. Praised by The New Yorker for “celebrating eccentricity and do-it-yourself inventiveness,” it asks lecturers to take a vulnerable, theatrical risk and speak on a subject they’re not professionally expert in. Subjects range from absurd and arcane obsessions to heartbreakingly personal stories. Quick-witted host Misha Glouberman conducts a Q ...
 
Writer, director, and actor Helen Hunt talks about her new film, Ride. The poignant comedy follows Jackie—an uptight New Yorker editor (Hunt)—who follows her son, Angelo, to LA after he drops out of college to surf and find himself. Determined to shake some sense into Angelo, Jackie ends up re-examining her own life with the help of a limo driver and younger surf instructor.
 
What do you get when you get together a loud mouth New Yorker and a southern gay guy and talk about their favorite TV shows? Hilarity! Big Brother, So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol, Real Housewives, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gilmore Girls, Dollhouse, Dancing with the Stars, My Life on the D List, Golden Girls, Designing Women, Roseanne, Lost, The View, Oprah, Beautiful People, Ruby, The Biggest Loser, How I Met Your Mother,
 
A Laurelton Southeast Queens New Yorker Gmoney Stackz from Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast strikes again with a 2nd new show Meticulous Vibe Juice Podcast. A raw review entertainment music show about music artists such as singers, rappers, movies, tv shows that are old school and new school and what makes them a classic & lit. 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Twitch: @gmoneystackzqueensny https://twitch.tv/gmoneystackzqueensny Instagram: @gmoneystackz555inqueensny https://www.instagram.com/gmoneystackz555inqu ...
 
RingTales brings the world famous cartoons of The New Yorker to fully animated life. They're short. They're smart. They're wickedly funny. They feature the hysterical work of renowned cartoon artists such as Sam Gross, Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast. Enjoy a bite-sized gift of comic comedy three times a week. Animation that's addictive. You can't watch just one.
 
Award-winning French photographer Brigitte Lacombe has been making portraits of notable people for over 30 years, as well as working as a special photographer for numerous iconic directors, including Martin Scorsese, David Mamet, Steven Spielberg, and Quentin Tarantino. In this discussion, moderated by Adam Gopnik, renowned staff writer for "The New Yorker," she’ll talk about her love of portraiture and her amazing career, and she’ll take a few questions from the audience.
 
“The Other Side of Midnight” is live and local radio at its finest, with an emphasis on theater of the mind. Hosted by Frank Morano, a lifelong New Yorker with an encyclopedic knowledge of local politics and an excessive passion for cheese, Star Trek, cigars and martinis, this show takes you where other radio shows don’t dare to tread.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Photographer Sally Davies embodies a beautiful creative spirit, and I think that spirit also resides in the homes of the 72 New Yorkers she photographed, and who are included in her wonderful portrait book, appropriately titled, New Yorkers. If this spirit does not exist and Davies is not in tune with it, how could she have captured such wonderful …
 
In the immediate aftermath of January 6th, politicians from both parties vilified the mob’s assault. But Republicans scuttled plans for an independent commission to investigate the riot, and the select committee organized by House Democrats has been repeatedly attacked by Republicans. Still, this week, on the first day of hearings, several officers…
 
Tessa Hadley reads her story “Coda,” from the August 2, 2021, issue of the magazine. Hadley has published ten books of fiction, including the story collection “Bad Dreams and Other Stories” and the novel “Late In the Day,” which was published in 2019. She is a winner of the 2016 Wyndham-Campbell literature prize.…
 
New Yorker Magazine July 26, 2021 This week Yianni and Willie discuss a Russian's fighting back, a disturbing experiment in Germany's past, and the satirist Ishmael Reed, plus all the bits and bobs along the way. So sit back and enjoy because we've got it! 0:00 Cover by Christoph Niemann 2:15 Mailbag 2:47 The Talk of the Town 12:08 Hope Against Hop…
 
The indictment reads like a not-so-great spy novel: the operatives would kidnap the dissident from her home in Brooklyn, deliver her to the waterfront to meet a speedboat, bring her by sea to Venezuela, and then move her on to Tehran—where she would, presumably, face a show trial, and perhaps execution. But this was no potboiler. The Iranian nation…
 
In spite of the city’s efforts to get all New Yorkers vaccinated, more than 40% of New Yorkers are yet to be inoculated. NY1’s Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benitez discuss the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases and weigh in on de Blasio’s decision to require all public health care workers to either get the shot or get tested every week. T…
 
(Note: This interview first aired back in March.) In the first two decades of the 21st century, New York City has experienced a terrorist attack, a blackout, a hurricane, an historic recession, widespread social injustice, and, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic. How has all of this affected the lives of New Yorkers? Our guest is the bestselling auth…
 
The city was in the midst of moving homeless people from hotels and into shelters, where the conditions are crowded, and COVID is a bigger risk, when a judge blocked the city's plan. Jacquelyn Simone, senior policy analyst for Coalition for the Homeless, talks about why this happened and what comes next for unhoused people here in the city.…
 
The Big Apple is open for business. On June 15th, the city lifted most of its COVID-19 restrictions, paving the way for the return of large-scale events including the three dimensional virtual reality exhibition of Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings. Kyoko Gasha pays a visit to the multimillion-dollar-installation to find out what it takes t…
 
Our guest is Carlos Moreno, a Tulsa-based graphic designer, researcher, and freelance writer who originally hails from California, and who's been living and working in Tulsa since the 1990s. Moreno joins us to discuss his new book, "The Victory of Greenwood." This volume presents a novel and engrossing history of Tulsa's Greenwood community by offe…
 
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. The Future of COVID Variants (First); The $2.1 Billion LaGuardia AirTrain Won't Save You Any Time (Starts at 30:02); Iconic at 50: Alice Coltrane's 'Journey in Satchidananda' (Starts at 47:41) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.…
 
On this Summer Friday, we've put together some of our favorite recent interviews, including: Jamelle Bouie, New York Times opinion columnist and CBS News analyst, talks about the many other moments in United States history, besides the massacre in a Black neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921, where White Americans committed organized acts of ter…
 
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano starts the morning with your questions on ANYTHING! Then Marshall Barnes, R&D Engineer and time travel expert comes to the show to talk! Michael Knowles, podcaster at The Daily Wire, conservative commentator, author of the best-selling book “Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds…
 
Working from home and unable to go abroad on holiday, many Britons have turned to home improvements during the pandemic. It's led to record demand for building products, with landscaping materials experiencing a huge surge. But it's causing shortages of materials like timber and cement. It means certain projects could be shelved and this could have…
 
Free-trading app Robinhood has raised close to 2 billion dollars in its initial public offering. The company's market debut was hotly-anticipated for months, but in the end it was a lacklustre first day of trading. It priced shares at the low end of its range, at 38 dollars a piece. That valued the company at more than 30 billion dollars. Paolo Mon…
 
Tunisian President Kais Saied has sacked more top officials, including the head of national television station, Wataniya. This comes days after he fired the prime minister, suspended parliament and assumed judicial powers. Saied's been accused of staging a coup but says his moves are constitutional and necessary to address a dire economic situation…
 
The US economy is now bigger than it was before the pandemic after growing 6-and- a-half percent in the second quarter. But the recovery isn't keeping pace with expectations. Inflation is gathering pace and is already above the government's target of two percent. And the government's stepping-up plans to spend trillions of dollars to boost the econ…
 
As the delta variant continues to spread, Gov Andrew Cuomo is toughening his stance on vaccinations. NY1’s Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Gloria Pazmino discuss his recent announcement regarding mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for many state employees. Meanwhile, here in the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio is offering a $100 incentive to convince New Yor…
 
Our show today focuses on a newly publsihed book that's widely seen as the definitive journalistic account of former President Trump's final year in office. The book is "I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year," and it's written by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig, the Pulitzer-Prize winning Washington Post reporters who earlie…
 
Moritz Kraemer, PhD, Branco Weiss Research Fellow in Oxford's Department of Zoology, and Krutika Kuppalli, MD, infectious disease and global health specialist and assistant professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases at the Medical University of South Carolina, discuss how the current COVID-19 variants are spreading and what might be aro…
 
After an uncharacteristic vault performance earlier this week, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from the team final and today's individual all-around competitions at the Tokyo Olympics to focus on her mental well-being. Candace Buckner, reporter focusing on the intersection of race, gender and diversity issues in the world of sports for The Wa…
 
Episode 5 review topics: above the rim, new jack city, mobb deep, golden age of hip hop, video music box This episode is powered and sponsored by anchor. Anchor is the free hosting site and phone app owned by spotify. Why are you wasting your money on a hosting site and storages? Forget about it! Lets break it down here. It's the easiest awesome id…
 
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: A packed guest line up starts with Dr. Sky (Steve Kates) on the latest from outer space. Then Heidi Hollis, Author, host, producer, podcaster & cartoonist joins Frank to talk about shadow people, in case you needed some nightmare fuel. Thomas Carver, former Executive Director of the Casino Redevelopmen…
 
One person's trash is another person's treasure. That saying is particularly relevant today. A survey by Thredup and GlobalData found that 33 million consumers bought secondhand apparel for the first time in 2020, and a growing number are using digital platforms to do so. Kyoko Gasha travels to Brooklyn, New York, to find out what's driving this tr…
 
The World Trade Organization says no consensus has been reached on the waiving of patents for COVID-19 vaccines. India and South Africa say the move would give emerging markets better access to drugs they need to protect their people and boost their economies. But a group of rich countries continues to block the proposal, leaving the rest of the wo…
 
The UK is experiencing shortages in summer essentials such as garden furniture, outdoor toys and camping equipment. Shipping lines have been disrupted by the pandemic and then made worse by the Suez blockage in March causing long delays and soaring prices. It's a headache for customers waiting for their orders, but it's also a challenge for retaile…
 
Revenues and earnings for Apple, Microsoft and Alphabet have surged past already optimistic expectations, as demand for digital services and gadgets continues to soar. Some analysts believe the earnings boom is ending as the global economy emerges from the worst of the coronavirus crisis. But with billions of dollars being added to their cash reser…
 
Jacqueline Alemany, congressional reporter and author of the Power Up newsletter for The Washington Post, and Devlin Barrett, reporter focusing on national security and law enforcement for The Washington Post, breaks down the first hearing of the special House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. capitol.…
 
Dan Frogel, physician and regional chief medical officer for CityMD, and Denis Nash, professor of epidemiology at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy and executive director of CUNY’s Institute for Implementation Science in Population Health, talk about what researchers learned from a large study of COVID diagnostic and antib…
 
The LaGuardia AirTrain received final approval from the Federal Aviation Administration this month, clearing the project to move ahead. Aaron Gordon, senior writer for Vice Media's Motherboard focusing on cities and transportation, argues that the transportation system will actually take more time than existing options, like the Q70 express bus, an…
 
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano is joined by HG Tudor, a youtuber, author and self-described narcissistic sociopath. Then, Susan Rochester, children’s book author talks with Frank. We play Stump the Audience with your trivia topics and try not to run out of gas before the sun comes up!…
 
Heathen joins you this week from their new residence after being thrown out of their last house in episode five! Gretchen talks about how the Olympics go down in Australia and Heath gives some detail about a foot injury being nursed over the past three days. After being on the run for a couple of months plotting where to land next, the lovers have …
 
Film and television production came to a halt last year in the early months of the pandemic but is now making a comeback, particularly around New York City and parts of New Jersey. As demand for original streaming content surges, the region's indoor movie sets and green screens are filling up. Kyoko Gasha paid a visit to a new soundstage in New Jer…
 
BioNTech aims to develop a more effective vaccine against malaria, one of the world's deadliest diseases. Nearly 230 million people are infected with the mosquito-borne parasite each year. The German firm is now seeking to follow up its successful COVID-19 vaccine, with a malaria jab based on the same messenger RNA technology. If successful, the sh…
 
Sales of Tesla's electric cars bolted past market expectations in the second quarter as the company delivered more than 200,000 vehicles between April and June. That's helped its quarterly net profits surge beyond $1 billion for the first time. The company says it's on track to boost annual revenues by 50 percent this year. But the global microchip…
 
The International Monetary Fund says the global economy is recovering at an uneven pace, with the gap between rich and poor countries expected to widen this year. The lender says it's a result of rising coronavirus infections from the Delta variant and inadequate vaccine access. And that could slow the global economic recovery in 2022. In its lates…
 
We start in Vatican City, where the trial of a former senior leader of the Catholic Church for financial crimes has begun. Proceedings will be held in the Vatican Museums after a two-year investigation over a botched London property deal that led to millions of dollars in losses. It's part of Pope Francis' crackdown on corruption, and pledge to mak…
 
Episode 4 review topics: Nyasia Chane'l Clubhouse No. 7 album, Miguel albums, Don't Be A Menace To South Central, Menace 2 Society, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The Wayans Brothers This episode is powered and sponsored by anchor. Anchor is the free hosting site and phone app owned by spotify. Why are you wasting your money on a hosting site and storage…
 
Today we are joined by a fellow Native New Yorker, Mike Indursky, who is the founder of sustainable beauty brand, Hear Me Raw. After spending the last 30 years in the beauty and wellness business, Mike Indursky founded the new, indie skincare brand HEAR ME RAW. Frustrated that after all this time companies are still selling products with ingredient…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login