December 14 – Two podcasts led by moderator Nick Maufe from the site “Stuff to Blow Your Mind“, each approximately one hour in length.
11/4/21 – “Barbara Blatchley on Why We Believe in Luck”
7/28/16 – “Minds of Musical Emptiness”
November 9 – Four podcasts led by moderator Steve Schramm
9/28/2021 – “The Global Supply Chain is Still a Mess” by Scott Horsley and Economist Betsey Stevenson on the NPR Consider This collection of podcasts.
9/28/2021 – “Just Think of the Time We Save” by Harry Enten on the Margins of Error collection of podcasts.
10/12/2021 – “What’s Your Exit Strategy?” by Harry Enten on the Margins of Error collection of podcasts.
10/15/2021 – “The Great Supply Chain Disruption” on The Daily, a collection of podcasts published by the NY Times. (just The Daily will bring it up in a search)
October 26 – Two podcasts that claim to be factual (but are they?) selected by moderator Rich Knowles
9/13/2021 “Episode 179 Confidence” on the Lore podcast site
9/6/2021 “Re-Release: Dan Quayle vs. Murphy Brown” on the You’re Wrong About podcast site
October 12 – Two podcasts of stories were selected by moderator Nick Maufe
8/24/2021 “The Mom of Bold Action” by George Saunders in the New Yorker Magazine: The Writer’s Voice
8/19/2021 “Out of Control” on the Selected Shorts podcast site – 3 short stories
September 28 – Moderator Ron Cassano will lead the discussion of a podcast about Da Vinci. This podcast can be found on the Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson podcast site
October 17, 2017, Da Vinci: Il Grande Apripista // The Great Trailblazer
September 14 – This session will discuss two podcasts selected by the moderator Jamshed Gandi. Both podcast sites can be subscribed to for free. I needed to go to the podcast sites to scroll down and find the podcasts.
August 9, 2021 Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old, on the Commonwealth Club of California podcast site
August 12, 2021 The Economist Asks: Walter Isaacson, on The Economist Asks podcast site
August 24 – A podcast identified by the moderator Rich Knowles. It is about correcting human eyesight It is
May 12, 2021 Eyesight: Vision’s Visionaries. It is posted on the Trailblazers by Walter Isaacson podcast site. Approximately 29 minutes.
August 10 – A podcast identified by the moderator Rich Knowles. It gives a brief history of vaccines (the positive tale). It is
July 14, 2021 Vaccines: An Injection of Hope. It is posted on the Trailblazers by Walter Isaacson podcast site. Approximately 33 minutes.
July 27 – Two podcasts identified by our moderator Ken Main. One is about Edward Snowden and what he did in the format of a debate, and the other is a discussion of conversation by Alice Waters
February 18, 2014 “Debate: Was Edward Snowden Justified?” A Google search for the entire title will give a result of a debate on this date.
June 22, 2021 “We Need to Make Time” with Alice Waters on the 70 over 70 site.
July 13 – An episode from the Ezra Klein Show moderated by Steve Schramm
May 11, 2021 Michael Lewis is Asking the Right Question
June 22 – Two distinct podcasts moderated by Ron Cassano
1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories, and Mysteries
March 29, 2015 The First American Road Trip by Jon Hagadorn
The Hidden Brain
April 26, 2021 Why Conversations Go Wrong
June 8 – The History of Literature Ron Rizzo
282 11/11/2020 Science Fiction
107 8/30/2017 The Man and the Myth – Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes
May 25 – Passenger List, a mystery series Rich Knowles
Sep 16 2019 1.1 Traffic
Sep 19 2019 1.2 Flock of Geese
May 11 -The Bill Simmons Podcast (a sports podcast) Rich Knowles
April 20, 2021, Steph vs. 2006 Kobe, the NEW Warriors Fans, and …
April 27 – Bag Man: Ron Rizzo
A 7 part series presented by Rachel Maddow about Spiro Agnew.
April 13 – two past podcasts from History Extra Podcast Jamshed Gandi
Mar 20 What happened to the Franklin Expedition
Mar 17 How our hunger for land shaped history
March 23 – two past podcasts from Hidden Brain Nick Maufe
Feb 8 How They See Us
Feb 2 Creating God
March 9 – podcasts from TED Talks Daily for Feb 8 through 22: Rich Knowles
Feb 8 A concrete idea to reduce carbon emissions
Feb 9 The promise of quantum computers
Feb 10 Community-powered solutions to the climate crisis
Feb 11 Technology can’t fix inequality – but training and opportunities could
Feb 12 The hidden history found in your teeth
Feb 15 The political power of being a good neighbor
Feb 16 I let algorithms randomize my life for two years
Feb 17 How theater weathers wars, outlasts empires and survives pandemics
Feb 18 How technology has changed what it’s like to be deaf
Feb 19 The US is back in the Paris Agreement. What’s next?
Feb 22 You don’t need aliens to make history interesting
Feb 9 – American History Tellers Political Parties: Rich Knowles
Jacksonian Democracy (episode 2 of Political Parties)