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Episode 308: Jeff Lemire on Secret Path, Twitter taunt bots, Walking Dead, Oland trial, Twin Peaks and more
Jeff Lemire on illustrating "Secret Path" | one reporter's scheme to troll IRS scammers | picking political fights via Twitter taunt bots | Walking Dead's controversial new season | Dennis Oland's trial | Twin Peaks' secret history and more
Episode 307: Voting machine hacks, life on Mars, how to say 'Gif,' Detroit graffiti, cholera in Haiti and more
The hackability of U.S. electronic voting machines | protecting life on Mars from human diseases | why 'Gif' is probably just one of the words you're saying wrong | the politics behind Detroit's war on graffiti | Haiti's cholera crisis and the UN & more.
Episode 306: Syrian doctors under siege, investigating Ghomeshi, Arctic climate change, Luke Cage and more
Coaching besieged Syrian doctors through surgery | Kevin Donovan on investigating Jian Ghomeshi | facing climate change in Old Crow, Y.K. | Luke Cage changes the superhero game | gliding the Morning Glory and more
Episode 305: Peso versus Trump, Cubs curse, W.P. Kinsella, Richmond's rising seas, Badgerow trial and more
Trump vs the Mexican peso | revisiting the Chicago Cubs curse | an encounter with W.P. Kinsella | rising seas in Richmond | how Robert Badgerow has gone to trial four times for the same murder | personalized voice donations and more
Episode 304: The rise of wildfires, Kaepernick's protest, Trump lingo, robot cars, dyslexic design and more
Climate change & wildfires | the Kaepernick effect | analyzing Trump's unique speech patterns | the ethics of driverless cars | why dyslexia can be a design asset and more
Episode 303: Charlie Sykes on NeverTrump, predicting the Polaris, part 2 of our climate series and lots more
Charlie Sykes takes on Trump | the Day 6 music panel returns | our climate series looks at Toronto | how Hockey is growing in China | travel by hyperloop and more.
Episode 302: facing climate change, the woman behind Bob Ross, tourism in Syria, comedy roasts and much more
The beginning of our climate change series | the painting and afro of Bob Ross | how far is too far at comedy roasts | can Syria boost its tourism | a new novel from Jonathan Safran Foer and more.
Episode 301: Human rights in China, U.S. Open, getting schooled in comedy, Cindy Blackstock and more
Human rights in China | Jimmy Connors' legendary U.S. Open match | weighing the merits of a college degree in comedy | Cindy Blackstock's fight for equality for Aboriginal children | why it's so tough to get good concert tickets these days | and more
Episode 300: Fentanyl, Peter Doig, Paralympic boosting, Southside With You, Tetris' secret history, and more
Fentanyl pills that look like prescription painkillers | Peter Doig's bizarre art trial | why Paralympic athletes self-harm to get ahead | Southside With You meets Do The Right Thing | Tetris' secret cold war history | and more
Episode 299: Aging Olympians, the Hip's tour finale, Michelin stars for street food, and more
Aging Olympians | an Alaskan town votes to relocate because of climate change | Andrea Warner on the Hip & feminism | Michelin stars & street food | fake weddings | 4 myths about Guantanamo Bay
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Episode 298: Aaron Driver, hijab in sport, becoming Canada's next astronaut, playing dead, and more
Negotiating with Aaron Driver | the politics of hijab-wearing athletes | what it takes to become a Canadian astronaut | a refugee-built app to navigate German bureaucracy | the 'fake death' cottage industry | and more.
Episode 297: Enhanced athletes, Venezuelan diaper hoarders, Gawker's founder declares bankruptcy, and more
Athletes look for an edge | why a Venezuelan economist is hoarding diapers | Gawker's founder files for bankruptcy | the roots of gun violence in Chicago | using genetically modified mosquitoes to fight Zika in Brazil | and more
Episode 296: Trump and Russia, Stranger Things' prop master, police accountability, solar flight and more
Trump's ties to Russia and Putin | the prop master behind the Netflix hit Stranger Things | holding cops to account | taking flight on the Solar Impulse 2 | DIY insulin pumps | real life superheroes | and more
Episode 295: Being black in America, being Trump, the tale of the tape, making garments with skin & more
Mychal Denzel Smith on policing and the black millennial experience in America, how to Trump yourself, cassettes are making an unlikely comeback, a plan to make clothes with Alexander McQueen's skin and more.
Episode 294: Tracking terrorism online, Pokémon rising, chatbot lawyer, sailing the South China Sea and more
A computer algorithm to track terrorism online, the Pokémon GO phenomenon, sailing the South China Sea, why Marie Colvin's family is suing the Syrian regime, a surprisingly effective robot lawyer and more.
Episode 293: Police violence, Milos super serve, cleaning up the oceans, busting the Ghostbusters, and more
Police violence | Milos' super serve | cleaning up the oceans | busting the Ghostbusters | and more
Episode 292: Brexit and white supremacy, mechanical doping, this summer's hit song, VR museums, and more
Brexit and white supremacists | mechanical doping at the Tour de France | a Day 6 panel on the songs of the summer | virtual reality in museums | fake food encore | and more
Episode 291: Billy Bragg on Brexit, D.I.Y. Retirement, Cree for the 21st Century, and more
Musician Billy Bragg reflects on the U.K.'s historic vote | memorializing the Stonewall uprisings | how to retire at 35 | Cree words and phrases for the modern world |an app to help women navigate the dark side of online dating | and more.
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Episode 290: IAAF ruling, assault rifle lawsuit, Abu Sayyaf, NBA jersey ads, blind astronomers, and more.
Perdita Felicien on the IAAF's decision to ban Russian track athletes from Rio | an unprecedented lawsuit against the makers of the AR-15 | negotiating with Abu Sayyaf | calculating NBA jersey ad revenue | blind astronomer | summer reading list | and more
Episode 289: Stanford rape case, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X, Harry Potter, parrots in court, and more
Episode 289: CNN host Ashleigh Banfield on giving voice to a Stanford rape victim, remembering Gordie Howe, Muhammad Ali's friendship with Malcolm X, Harry Potter's London revival, why parrots who witness murders should be allowed to testify, and more.
Episode 288: Fort McMurray's fridges, Future Library, fake weddings, North Korea forced labour & more
Fort McMurray's fridges| Future Library | no law on assisted dying | fake weddings | North Korea
Episode 287: Gord Downie's public farewell tour, Exxon's climate reckoning, confederacy in Brazil, and more
Spirit of the West's Geoffrey Kelly on navigating a bandmate's illness | Exxon's resistance to address climate change | 'Should I Eat it?' with David Sax | what Brexit means for soccer | Brazilian confederacy celebrations | and more
Episode 286: Parliamentary brawls, transgender rights, the Raptors' secret weapon, migrant ships and more.
The world's most absurd parliamentary fights, a transgender activist on Bill C-16, an insider's tour of Jurassic Park, why Italy is recovering a sunken migrant ship, concert ticket woes, Tom Vanderbilt on personal taste in the digital age, & more.
Episode 285: Trump tabloids, Greenwald on Brazil, Hamilton's gatekeeper, PR stunts gone wrong, and more
An 80s New York tabloid writer apologizes for covering Trump | Glenn Greenwald on Brazil's political mess | Hamilton's press agent| a doctor who can make you taller |Day 6's music panel on music PR stunts gone wrong
Episode 284: Ft. McMurray wildfire, Philippine elections, Leicester City champs, free diving record & more
Fort McMurray evacuees on what they lost in the fire | a psychologist on the children of Ft. McMurray | the Filipino Donald Trump | Leicester City shocks the Premier League | Don DeLillo's latest novel | a free diver talks about his world record | & more.
Episode 283: Peak Drake, streaming and the death of TV, genetic discrimination and more
Peak Drake | streaming and the death of TV | genetic discrimination | is controversial comic Dieudonné even funny? | immunotherapy and the future of cancer treatment
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