“Unlike many podcasts, there is no set subject here, nor does it play to whatever current hot topic is dominating the mediascape. Just every week, for one hour, you’ll get a really good discussion that will take you in unexpected directions. As good on art, music, and philosophy as it is on...”Read full review »
TheDudeAbided via Apple Podcasts ·
United States of America ·
“This is a podcast etched on my calendar. As a UK listener it’s a wonderful, intelligent & enriching piece of audio I really treasure. It’s varied & offers real depth & analysis of culture & politics. Oddly the only ones I enjoy slightly less are the UK interviewees. Loved the series in Asia & the...”Read full review »
GratefulUK via Apple Podcasts ·
Great Britain ·
H. P. Lovecraft’s frightful horror fiction—dated between Edgar Allan Poe’s and Stephen King’s—is the weirdest of the weird. Lovecraft found ravenous, man-eating rats in the walls and foundations of our houses, and in our hearts ...
It’s new for most Americans that we’re embarrassed by our democracy. We don’t know where it went wrong, or whether it’ll survive. Matt Stoller explains it this way: we’ve come to do politics the way ...
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