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Wisconsin Public Radio
To The Best Of Our Knowledge
”To the Best of Our Knowledge” is a Peabody award-winning national public radio show that explores big ideas and beautiful questions. Deep interviews with philosophers, writers, artists, scientists, historians, and others help listeners find new sources of meaning, purpose, and wonder in daily life. Whether it’s about bees, poetry, skin, or psychedelics, every episode is an intimate, sound-rich journey into open-minded, open-hearted conversations. Warm and engaging,...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 874 ratings
Every episode I see makes me so excited to listen to, but invariably I finish the episode extremely disturbed and upset by the predominantly white colonial view. Every episode speaks about Indigenous people, but often in the past tense and/or with distorted explanations and views that reduce...Read full review »
anaoaxaca via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/20/24
Beauty in Words
This podcast doesn’t overlook the small, incredibly important stories that we might have otherwise missed. Delicate movements are what the major events are made of. This team brings the beauty (joy, sadness, thoughtfulness) to the air waves in stories that will stay with us.
LocalGirlDJ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/14/24
Truly one of the best
For years, TTBOOK has been one of the most insightful, forward thinking, inspiring podcasts that exists. It’s a high level, deep dive course about a fascinating idea told from the voices not typically found in the mainstream. It amplifies marginalized voices that expand thinking and vision for a...Read full review »
ZACB via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/08/23
Recent Episodes
Published 03/02/24
Colonization in Africa was much more than a land grab. It was a project to replace — and even erase — local cultures. To label them inferior. Music, arts, literature and of course language. In other words, it permeated everything. So how do you undo that? How do you unlearn what you’ve been...
Published 03/02/24
What’s the last dream you remember having? Some of us dream every night. But we’re in too much of a hurry to remember our dreams or think about them the next day. Others of us are dream-deprived. What if we embrace our dreams — and our night selves —  as a way to understand ourselves better, to...
Published 02/24/24
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