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  • 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 ...
  • Show 54 - Blueprint for Armageddon V
    Politics, diplomacy, revolution and mutiny take center stage at the start of this episode, but mud, blood, shells and tragedy drown all by the end.
  • Show 53 - Blueprint for Armageddon IV
    Machine guns, barbed wire and millions upon millions of artillery shells create industrialized meat grinders at Verdun and the Somme. There’s never been a human ...
  • #253: The Middle of Nowhere
    Stories from faraway, hard-to-get-to places, where all rules are off, nefarious things happen because no one’s looking, and there’s no one to appeal to.
  • #259: Promised Land
    For millennia, people have tried to reach a spiritual promised land by fasting. Jesus did it. Buddha did it. Monks and saints and new age ...
  • #586: Who Do We Think We Are?
    It’s nice to belong, to feel connected to others. But what happens when you realize that your fundamental beliefs don’t line up with the people ...
  • #186: Prom
    While the seniors danced at Prom Night 2001 in Hoisington, Kansas—a town of about 3,000—a tornado hit the town, destroying about a third of it. ...
  • How to Create Suspense
    This week on Freakonomics Radio, we were inspired by a fascinating research paper called “Suspense and Surprise” by the economists Jeffrey Ely, ...
  • How to Be Tim Ferriss
    Our Self-Improvement Month concludes with a man whose entire life and career are one big pile of self-improvement. Nutrition? Check. Bizarre physical activities? Check. Working ...
  • “If Mayors Ruled the World”
    Season 5, Episode 30 This week, Freakonomics Radio expands on an idea from political theorist Benjamin Barber, who wrote If Mayors Ruled the World: Dysfunctional Nations, Rising Cities. ...
  • How to Win Games and Beat People
    Games are as old as civilization itself, and some people think they have huge social value regardless of whether you win or lose. Tom Whipple ...
  • The Three Hardest Words in the English Language
    Season 5, Episode 29 This week on Freakonomics Radio we ask: what are the three hardest words to say? Conventional wisdom suggests “I love you.” But c’mon, ...
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