Gross may have a smooth, relaxed speaking style, but the way she digs deep into her interview subjects will keep you engaged throughout the conversation, whether it’s about Jake Gyllenhaal’s acting process or what a writer learned from covering Mexican drug cartels.
This campaign season has been easily the wildest, least predictable one in recent memory, and it’s brought in record numbers of primary season voters.
The past couple years have been huge for downloaded more than 80 million times, President Barack Obama visited comedian Marc Maron’s garage for his “WTF” podcast, and leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a candid chat with “Another Round” hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton." data-reactid="30"Episodes of true crime series “Serial” were downloaded more than 80 million times, President Barack Obama visited comedian Marc Maron’s garage for his “WTF” podcast, and leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a candid chat with “Another Round” hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton.
For something so important to history, the average American knows little of the evolution of the United States’ unusual and fierce campaign process.
John Dickerson, host of CBS’s “Face the Nation,” takes listeners through the game-changing presidential campaigns throughout American history through engaging storytelling punctuated by Dickerson’s signature goofy jokes.‘On the Media’ is your guide to news consumption." data-reactid="119"Rather than being an inside-baseball discussion about journalism, “On the Media” is a guide to consuming the news.
" data-reactid="219"WNYC’s “Radiolab” — the brainchild of topflight journos Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich — investigates everyday oddities with a blend of science, philosophy, and music.
The duo is able to make high-level science remarkably accessible, practical, and fun.
Journalists Brooke Gladstone and Bob Garfield will help you understand why pundits have been so wrong about the 2016 presidential campaign, why journalists so often make mistakes when reporting on the Supreme Court, and just how close Best Picture “Spotlight” was to real life.‘WTF’ offers unexpected revelations about success." data-reactid="139"Few things can be more instructive than a life story, and comedian-turned-broadcaster Marc Maron draws the ups and downs of life out of people with a certain raucous grace.
Some especially intellectual episodes include his interviews with comedian Wanda Sykes, actor Vince Vaughn, the late Robin Williams, and, most impressively, President Obama.‘Presidential’ will help you beef up your knowledge of all the American presidents." data-reactid="159"The Washington Post’s Leadership Editor Lillian Cunningham is dedicating a full episode to each of America’s 44 presidents, all the way up to the election of the 45th.Two coins were also discovered in the Roman layer; a bronze coin dating from from the end of the 2nd century and a silver one depicting the Emperor Nero and likely dating back to 65-66 C. The discovery suggests that the sea of Galilee’s water level was lower than previously thought during the Roman era.(Pete Souza/White House)President Barack Obama speaks with Marc Maron in Maron’s garage for an episode of the “WTF” podcast.Colors” episode, where you can learn about a sea creature with so many colors the human eye can’t even process them all." data-reactid="238"You probably want to start with the “Colors” episode, where you can learn about a sea creature with so many colors the human eye can’t even process them all.’99% Invisible’ will give you the lowdown on design." data-reactid="240"“99% Invisible” is probably the coolest design podcast on earth.And indeed, all this time, we have not known where it was.