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NPR's Book of the Day
In need of a good read? Or just want to keep up with the books everyone's talking about? NPR's Book of the Day gives you today's very best writing in a snackable, skimmable, pocket-sized podcast. Whether you're looking to engage with the big questions of our times – or temporarily escape from them – we've got an author who will speak to you, all genres, mood and writing styles included. Catch today's great books in 15 minutes or less.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 330 ratings
Is Andrew Linbong coming back? I miss him.
teelgee via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/23
This podcast is one that I look forward to daily! Please consider additional episodes or perhaps incorporating social media to supplement additional content from the podcasts (YouTube, FaceBook, Twitter, etc?). You’re doing a marvelous job. This podcast is making me aware of great books and...Read full review »
BenDognobi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/23
Great podcast!!
I’ve added several books to my to-read queue from this podcast!
sr_98_sr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/23
Recent Episodes
Published 09/26/23
Phil McDaragh is a great Irish poet; he was also a lousy husband and father, abandoning his family to pursue his writing. In Anne Enright's new novel, The Wren, The Wren, three generations of women in the McDaragh family contend with the absent patriarch's complicated legacy. Enright spoke with...
Published 09/26/23
Historian Simon Schama's new book, Foreign Bodies:Pandemics, Vaccines, and the Health of Nations, recounts the pain and panic caused by smallpox, cholera and the Bubonic plague over the past two centuries. But he also examines how vaccines were developed for each disease – and how understanding...
Published 09/25/23
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