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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries. Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! You'll be supporting the unique show you can't get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair
 
Victoria’s Secret is excited to announce its first original podcast, VS Voices. Award-winning host and advocate Amanda de Cadenet connects with trailblazing women around the world to celebrate the multifaceted nature of the female experience. From models and athletes, to actors and designers, these honest conversations explore how their unique voices and journeys leave the world better than they found it. The VS Voices podcast provides a platform for women to speak their diverse truths, shar ...
 
Welcome to Football Americana, a 90min podcast that explores the weird, wild, and (sometimes) wonderful world of American soccer. Former USWNT defender, NWSL Players’ Association founder, and interim general manager of Gotham FC, Yael Averbuch West will talk to characters from around the United States’ soccer landscape with the goal of identifying what American soccer culture is, how it came together, and where it’s headed. SUBSCRIBE | SHARE | LEAVE US A REVIEW
 
Recognize is a longform docu-series analyzing the effect of media representation in women's athletics on society at large by exploring the ways we, as a culture, are losing out by keeping women’s sports on the sidelines. We’ll talk with athletes, reporters, and experts on everything from pay parity to beauty standards to the ever-present “inspiration porn” in today’s coverage of women athletes. Using a mix of news clips, original interviews, and archival tape, we’ll take an in-depth look at ...
 
The MikeRock Show is a podcast about controversy, common sense and fun. Join us every Friday at 8:30 PST for news commentary and guest interviews as we share opinions and discuss topics that challenge our way of life. Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe See podvine.com/privacy-policy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What do vaccines, stigma, climate change and sex have in common? They all relate to our public health. Covid-19 isn’t the only public health crisis we’ve faced. It’s not even the only one we face right now. What led us to this moment, what have we learned, what did we get right (and wrong), and how can we do better? As we navigate a pandemic, and a moment that’s rife with conspiracy theories and misinformation, Chelsea is getting the facts. Each week on In Fact, Chelsea Clinton sits down wit ...
 
Crashing the System is recorded in Chicago’s Albany Park neighborhood, home to one of the most diverse working class immigrant communities in the U.S. We here at Crashing the System bring you progressive movement news, views, and analysis from a fighting independent political perspective. Hosted by Vex Humana and John Beacham.
 
Welcome to DangerTalk – the place where Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will share his authentic thoughts on sports, culture, and entertainment. Russell and his co-host comedian, Jeff Dye, will interview guests who are successful in their respective fields and, indeed, in life. The goal of each episode will be to give the audience a peek behind the curtain as Russell explores with each guest their journey to success, and unveils for listeners how each guest got to where they are. ...
 
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The first time women's soccer was included in the Olympics, in 1996, the U.S. team won the gold, and Briana Scurry was the team's goalie. She went on to win a second gold medal and a World Cup. Her soccer career was ended by a severe concussion, in a collision on the field. Unable to work, broke and in despair, she pawned her gold medals. She got t…
 
Russell, who led the Boston Celtics to 11 NBA titles, died Sunday at the age of 88. He was also the first Black head coach in the NBA and a civil rights activist. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2001. Also, we remember a champion of traditional Irish music, Mick Moloney. He died last week at 77. He was a musician and a musicologist who revived forgott…
 
Journalist Will Bunch says instead of opening the door to a better life, college leaves many students deep in debt and unable to find well-paying jobs. His new book is After the Ivory Tower Falls. Podcast critic Nick Quah reviews two podcasts about counterculture, Mother Country Radicals and I Was Never There. Also, we remember radio pioneer Larry …
 
Yael Averbuch West hosted none other than Christian Fuchs for the latest episode of Football Americana. The Charlotte FC captain provided insight into the creation of Major League Soccer’s newest expansion team, and bringing European culture into the American side. The Premier League winner also revealed his future aspirations, hinting at a potenti…
 
It's estimated that more than 107,000 people in the United States died due to opioid overdoses in 2021. Washington Post journalist Scott Higham says it's "the equivalent of a 737 Boeing crashing and burning and killing everybody on board every single day." In the new book, American Cartel, Higham and co-author Sari Horwitz make the case that the ph…
 
Better Call Saul, the prequel and spin-off to Breaking Bad, has only a few episodes left. We talk with the show's star, Bob Odenkirk, and showrunner/co-creator Peter Gould. While filming Better Call Saul, one scene was interrupted for the worst imaginable reason: Odenkirk had a heart attack that was nearly fatal. He'll tell us about returning to li…
 
New York Times journalist Charles Homans says scores of groups at the state and local levels, with the help of right wing media figures and activists, are taking aim at the electoral system. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Tyshawn Sorey's album Mesmerism. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews the novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Z…
 
A great chapter in the history of TV is about to end. Better Call Saul, the prequel and spin-off to Breaking Bad, has only 4 episodes left. We talk with the show's star, Bob Odenkirk. In Breaking Bad, he was the sleazy, fast-talking lawyer Saul Goodman, known for his slip-and-fall cases and frivolous lawsuits. Secretly, he represented drug lords. I…
 
The Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical A Strange Loop is about a Black gay man working as an usher on Broadway. Michael R. Jackson talks about writing the book, music and lyrics and how his time working as an usher at The Lion King on Broadway inspired it. Maureen Corrigan reviews The Poet's House. Ms. Marvel is the first show or film in the M…
 
The HBO dark comedy series Barry is about a Marine vet-turned-hit man who starts taking acting classes, but is conflicted between the desire to open up emotionally and the need to hide the truth. We hear from Bill Hader who stars as the hitman, and co-created, co-writes, and directs many episodes. And we hear from Henry Winkler, who co-stars as Bar…
 
Pose actor Indya Moore is achieving their goals in spite of living through a traumatizing childhood. Brought up as a Jehovah's Witness, their realization that they had been assigned the wrong gender at birth caused them to leave home and enter the foster care system. Their struggle not only to transition, but to find the basic comfort, love, and se…
 
Ms. Marvel is the first show or film in the Marvel universe to feature a Muslim hero. Creator and heat writer Bisha K. Ali drew on her own experiences growing up in England as the child of Pakistani-born parents. Maureen Corrigan shares some books that are good for getting through the chaos of summer air travel. Also, we remember artist Claes Olden…
 
Chrysta Bilton's mother was a lesbian who asked a man she'd just met to be her sperm donor. It was only much later that Bilton learned the same man had donated sperm to countless other women. Bilton tells the story of connecting with her 35 siblings and her unusual childhood in her memoir Normal Family. Ken Tucker reviews Bartees Strange's new albu…
 
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