show episodes
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
We are the Whyy Nott Podcast! Two brothers and a great friend (Dylan, Brendan, and Jared). We are just trying to live our dreams of becoming Podcasters/Influencers and share some great advice and stories. So everyone please sit back and enjoy the shit show that is the "Whyy Nott Podcast"!
 
Fresh Air with Terry Gross, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Each week, nearly 4.5 million people listen to the show's intimate conversations broadcast on more than 500 National Public Radio (NPR) stations across the country, as well as in Europe on the World Radio Network. Though Fresh Air has been categorized as a "talk show," it hardly fits the mold. Its 1994 Peabody Award citation credits Fresh Air ...
 
Newsworks Tonight is a daily radio show that showcases the best reporting and storytelling from WHYY’s talented staff of journalists. It also features the work of NewsWorks partners such as NJ Spotlight, Technically Philly, the Public School Notebook, PlanPhilly, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia Business Journal.
 
A
Amuse-Bouche

1
Amuse-Bouche

Kae Lani Palmisano

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Amuse-Bouche is a podcast full of big ideas served in small bites. Just like the little taste that kicks off the meal, Amuse-Bouche introduces passionate foodies to the latest topics that are changing the culinary landscape. Join Emmy Award-Winning host Kae Lani Palmisano (WHYY/PBS, USA TODAY 10Best, KitchenAid Stories) for conversations with industry leaders and thoughtful tastemakers on all the small ways food makes a big impact on our lives and the world around us. Follow Kae Lani and Amu ...
 
Improv Everything takes on the task of educating listeners on how different improv concepts can be applied in the business world. Each episode a guest from the world of business, government or education joins co-hosts John Hanson (CEO of the Delaware River Port Authority) and Rob Alesiani (PHIT Comedy Instructor) for a lively discussion on the intersection of comedy, improv, and professional life – to lay out how improv concepts can be beneficial in professional leadership and personal growt ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode we give you guys a glimpse of our normal day to day conversations. It's an episode full of everything you look for from funny, to inspirational, too serious. Its a great episode to connect with you guys with the new year being here. If you guys like this episode please give us a like and share us wherever you can it means allot. Als…
 
Princeton African American Studies professor Imani Perry says the South can be seen as an "origin point" for the way the nation operates. Her book, South to America, reflects on the region's history and traces the steps of an enslaved ancestor. Ken Tucker reviews Neil Young's newest album, Barn. Buster Keaton was a silent film star in the 1920s, bu…
 
Anderson grew up poor in Minnesota, in a family with 11 children. His Emmy-winning performance in the FX series Baskets was based upon his own mother. Anderson died Jan. 21. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2016 about his family, mortality, and how his material onstage has evolved. Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews the four-part documentary serie…
 
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement this week, with plans to likely end his time on the bench by the end of the summer. The 83-year-old justice, appointed by former President Bill Clinton in 1994, is the oldest court member and one of its only three liberal justices. President Biden has promised to nominate a Black woman t…
 
Sleep — we all need it, but most people aren’t getting enough of it. Ideally, we spend about a third of our lives asleep. When we’re well rested, we feel like we can take on the world. But when we’re not, we find ourselves exhausted, cranky, moody, forgetful … and our overall health takes a hit. Clearly, sleep is important. The question is — why? W…
 
When was the last time you made a friend? Added someone to your social circle that you were excited to hang out with, could confide in, who cares about your wellbeing? Keeping up with our old friends during the pandemic has been hard enough – distance and stress have tested our closest relationships – but making new friends may be even harder. This…
 
In 2005, the British actor played brooding aristocrat Mr. Darcy in the film adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. Now, he's a scheming Midwesterner on Succession: "Tom Wambsgans is a long way from Mr. Darcy," he says. We talk about Tom's complicated relationships with Shiv Roy and cousin Greg, Macfadyen's background in the theater, and how he didn't thi…
 
The standoff between Russia and Ukraine is intensifying. 100,000 Russian troops are positioned along the Ukrainian border, and as U.S. attempts to defuse the confrontation diplomatically fail, the Pentagon is considering putting U.S. troops on high alert for possible deployment to Europe. Does President Vladimir Putin plan to invade Ukraine or is h…
 
Princeton African American Studies professor Imani Perry says the South can be seen as an "origin point" for the way the nation operates. Her book, South to America, reflects on the region's history and traces the steps of an enslaved ancestor. "The South in some ways becomes the repository for the nation's sins, right?" she says. "And then it allo…
 
Humans aren’t the only animals that use rituals to connect and bond. Elephant researcher CAITLIN O’CONNELL has spent 30 years studying wild elephants in Namibia, observing their complex behavior, and has seen many similarities to our own interactions. In her new book, Wild Rituals: 10 Lessons Animals Can Teach Us About Connection, Community, and Ou…
 
We explore the subtle genius of a man often remembered for pratfalls and sight gags. Buster Keaton was a silent film star in the 1920s, but he was far more than an actor and stuntman. He conceived and directed his films, cited by some of America's leading filmmakers as inspirations. We speak with Slate film critic Dana Stevens, whose new book exami…
 
The “co-epidemics” impacting adolescents right now: Covid-19 and childhood obesity. We’ll discuss how the pandemic led to trends of significant weight gain for kids – in a remarkably short period of time – and what can be done to help them cope. Guest: Dr. Vesta Salehi, Chief of the Department of Gastroenterology at St. Christopher’s Hospital for C…
 
Benedict Cumberbatch stars in Jane Campion's Western The Power of the Dog as Phil Burbank, a hyper-masculine cattle rancher living on the plains of Montana in the 1920s. We talk about how body odor helped him channel the character, toxic masculinity, and filming on location in breathtaking landscapes of New Zealand. Maureen Corrigan reviews one of …
 
André Leon Talley, titan of the fashion world, died this week at 73. He was Vogue editor-at-large from 1998 until 2013. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2018 about his journey from the Jim Crow South to Paris ateliers. Also, we remember Ronnie Spector, the leader of the '60s girl group the Ronettes, best-known for their hit "Be My Baby." She died last …
 
Are you a chronic dieter who’s tried everything from counting calories and points, cutting carbohydrates, buying shakes and pre-packaged meals, and following random advice after endlessly scrolling weight loss blogs? Science is increasingly suggesting that these diets simply don’t work. They’re unsustainable, frustrating “quick fixes” that can crea…
 
More than 75,000 Afghans have fled from their country and left behind family, friends, jobs and so much more to come to the United States since U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan in September. Hundreds of them have been resettled in the Philadelphia region. This hour, we’ll check on that effort and hear about some of their experiences leaving th…
 
The attack on the Capitol, the attempted kidnapping of Michigan’s governor by a far-right militia, the former President and his allies denying the 2020 election results. Increasingly our democracy seems in peril. We are even being warned that the United States could be headed toward civil war. Is this hyperbole or is the alarm justified? Professor …
 
Cox says ruthless business tycoon Logan Roy is one of the most extraordinary roles he's ever played: "He is a misanthrope [who] is very disappointed with the human experiment." We talk with the Scottish actor about the musicality of his voice, why he doesn't practice method acting, and growing up in poverty. Also, Justin Chang reviews Asghar Farhad…
 
In 1971, FRANCES MOORE LAPPÉ started a food revolution by promoting plant-based eating in her book, Diet for a Small Planet. 50 years later, her book has been updated — and that revolution has become a way of life for millions. Marty spoke with Frances Moore Lappé last week for a virtual Radio Times event. They talked about how plant-centered eatin…
 
Today, as we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are joined by KAREN ASPER JORDAN, President of the Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia Freedom Fighters. She was one of the original demonstrators to stand against the segregation of Girard College in 1965 and met Dr. King when he spoke at the Philadelphia protests that year. We’ll discuss …
 
While working for the Department of Justice, attorney Laura Coates says she saw voter rolls being purged and instances where polling places were moved to known Klan locations. She also worked as a prosecutor and had to grapple with her own relationship with law enforcement, as a Black woman. Coates is a CNN analyst and hosts a SiriusXM show. Her ne…
 
Sidney Poitier, who paved the way for Black actors in film, died last week at 94. He was the first Black man to win an Oscar. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2000 about growing up in the Bahamas and breaking into acting. A leading man in the '50s and '60s, some of his best-known films include Lilies of the Field, In the Heat of the Night, Guess Who's …
 
We remember lyricist Marilyn Bergman, half of a songwriting duo with her husband Alan. The songs she and her husband co-wrote won Oscars, Golden Globes and Grammys, and were popularized by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Fred Astaire and Barbra Streisand, just to name a few. She died last week at 93. Also we remember director and author Peter Bogdanov…
 
When it comes to generosity, there’s a wide spectrum in terms of how far we’ll go for others. There’s buy-your-friends-dinner generosity, donate-to-charities generosity — and then there’s give-your-organ-to-a-perfect-stranger generosity. There’s generosity that makes us feel good, generosity that happens anonymously, generosity that goes viral on s…
 
Goal-oriented Baby boomers, slacker Gen Xers, narcissistic Millennials, hyper-sensitive Gen Zers…naming and characterizing generations is a relatively new phenomenon. It started in the late 1800s, but since then, academics, marketers and the public seem to love coming up with names and character traits for large groups of people born between certai…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login