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  • The History Of Dentistry / NYT Book Review Editor Pamela Paul
    Medical historian Richard Barnett traces the history of dentistry in his new book. He says that prior to the 18th century, the profession was often ...
  • Churchill, Orwell And The Fight Against Totalitarianism
    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tom Ricks discuses how Winston Churchill and George Orwell stood up against totalitarianism from the far right and left. Ricks covered the ...
  • Best Of: Comic Hasan Minhaj / Jill Soloway
    ‘Daily Show’ correspondent Hasan Minhaj describes himself as a “third-culture kid” who doesn’t fully belong in either the world of his parents or that ...
  • A Tribute To 'The Simpsons'
    Thirty years ago ‘The Simpsons’ debuted on ‘The Tracey Ullman Show.’ To celebrate this milestone, we listen back to Terry’s interviews with creator Matt ...
  • Comic Hasan Minhaj
    The ‘Daily Show’ correspondent describes himself as a “third-culture kid” who doesn’t fully belong in either the world of his parents or that of his ...
  • Show 59 - (Blitz) The Destroyer of Worlds
    What happens if human beings can’t handle the power of their own weaponry? This show  examines the dangerous early years of the Nuclear Age and ...
  • Show 58 - Kings of Kings III
    If this were a movie, the events and cameos would be too numerous and star-studded to mention. It includes Xerxes, Spartans, Immortals, Alexander the Great, ...
  • Show 57 - Kings of Kings II
    From Biblical-era coup conspiracies to the horrific aftermath of ancient combat this second installment of the series on the Kings of Achaemenid Persia goes where ...
  • Show 56 - Kings of Kings
    Often relegated to the role of slavish cannon fodder for Sparta’s spears, the Achaemenid Persian empire had a glorious heritage. Under a single king they ...
  • Show 55 - Blueprint for Armageddon VI
    The Americans are coming, but will the war be over by the time they get there? Germany throws everything into a last series of stupendous ...
  • #617: Fermi’s Paradox
    Three people grapple with the question, “Are we alone?”
  • #218: Act V
    We devote this entire episode to one story: Over the course of six months, reporter and This American Life contributor Jack Hitt followed a group ...
  • #616: I Am Not A Pirate
    To be, or not to be a pirate? This week, that is the question. Hold fast, mateys! We have stories about both historical and modern-day ...
  • #615: The Beginning of Now
    Before Donald Trump started his presidential campaign in 2015, there was a congressional race that redefined what was possible in American politics. Steve Bannon and ...
  • Earth 2.0: What Would Our Economy Look Like?
    Season 6, Episode 37 This week on Freakonomics Radio: Stephen J. Dubner asks, “If we could reboot the planet and create new systems and institutions from ...
  • Hoopers! Hoopers! Hoopers!
    As CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer was famous for over-the-top enthusiasm. Now he’s brought that same passion to the N.B.A. — and to a pet ...
  • The Future (Probably) Isn’t as Scary as You Think
    Season 6, Episode 36 This week on Freakonomics Radio: what is truly inevitable? Stephen J. Dubner speaks with Internet pioneer Kevin Kelly about why we shouldn’t be ...
  • How Big is My Penis? (And Other Things We Ask Google)
    On the Internet, people say all kinds of things they’d never say aloud — about sex and race, about their true wants and fears. Seth ...
  • The Most Dangerous Machine
    Season 6, Episode 35 This week on Freakonomics Radio: Uber is disrupting profitable sectors by using one of the world’s most dangerous machines. Plus, Stephen J. Dubner learns that ...
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