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Every week, cohosts Emily Jane Fox and Joe Hagan tackle the week's news with fresh takes on current affairs, exclusive insights from the staff of Vanity Fair’s The Hive, and a featured conversation with a marquee guest at the center of the action who can help decipher and comprehend the headlines, whether in politics, media or entertainment
 
The world's best athletes push relentlessly to be physically and mentally stronger than their competition—and this podcast is about the lessons they learn while winning (and losing). Lessons, it turns out, you don't have to be a world-class athlete to benefit from. Hosted by GQ writer Clay Skipper, season 1 of Smarter Better Faster Stronger gets real with six Tokyo-bound Olympians who've pushed through everything—self-doubt, depression, fear, unexpected success, and beyond—in the quest for a ...
 
Get WIRED is a new podcast about how the future is realized. Each week, we burrow down new rabbit holes to investigate the ways technology is changing our lives—from culture to business, science to design. Through hard-hitting reporting, intimate storytelling, and audio you won’t hear anywhere else, Get WIRED is the must-listen-to tech podcast that sets the agenda for the week. Hosted by WIRED Senior Writer Lauren Goode.
 
Join Allure as we explore the inextricable link between science and beauty — and don't be surprised if you discover your next favorite serum, hair mask, or scalp treatment along the way. Michelle Lee, editor in chief, and Jenny Bailly, executive beauty director, are asking the tough questions and getting the straight answers from dermatologists, cosmetic chemists, and at least one expert on climate change (we said the questions were tough). So if you’ve always wondered what a wrinkle actuall ...
 
Little Gold Men is the inside story of Hollywood, from awards shows and red-carpet premieres to the hard work and whisper campaigns that get people there. Weekly episodes feature obsessive, expert conversations about the best of television and film, with special guest appearances from stars, creators, and critics. LGM also dives deep into Oscar history, and offers insight into all the other awards that make up Hollywood’s continual dash toward glitz and glory.
 
A weekly podcast from Vanity Fair's Josh Duboff and Julie Miller exploring the ins and outs of pop culture, entertainment, and celebrity. Pour yourself a glass of champagne (or two), and join us as we go in-depth on the celebrity narratives and storylines— from Kate Middleton to the Kardashians— we are obsessed with each week.
 
There's power, especially for young women, in talking about money: how much we make, how much we spend—and how money impacts our identities and our relationships. She Makes Money Moves, a new podcast from Glamour and iHeartRadio, is your invitation to join the conversation. Hosted by Glamour editor-in-chief Samantha Barry, She Makes Money Moves shares intimate, unscripted stories from women across the country along with advice from financial experts to help guide these women—and women everyw ...
 
The Future of Fashion by Vogue Business explores how designers, executives and other key industry players are adjusting their roadmaps to reflect an industry in flux. In the aftermath of the pandemic, fashion is reconfiguring its way forward, and we’re finding out how those in charge are adapting. Host: Hilary Milnes Executive Producer: Aled John See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome back to Checking In! This season, we're tackling reader questions about everything from vaccines to dating advice, and gratitude to pregnancy. Join SELF executive editor, Zahra Barnes, as she speaks with doctors, medical pros, thought leaders, and more special guests, including actor Kristen Bell. Tune in to hear our experts provide practical, actionable advice on how to navigate everything from health and wellness to life's biggest transitions.
 
Explore the best of VOGUE journalism, now in audio form. Each month, we're choosing some of our favorite articles for VOGUE Stories, narrated by special guest contributors and our own editorial team. Get the best of VOGUE in a brand new way. Subscribe to VOGUE Stories to get the stories of the moment delivered straight to your podcasts app.
 
The Pitchfork Review is the music podcast you've always wanted, from the most trusted voice in music. Join host Puja Patel, Pitchfork's Editor-in-Chief, as we dig deep into the week's best new music and rising artists, plus all the industry news and culture you need to know. Peek behind the curtain of Pitchfork and dive into our team’s music-nerd brains. Listen to The Pitchfork Review, and hear music differently. Subscribe to The Pitchfork Review to get new episodes every Friday at midnight.
 
This fascinating travel podcast explores the world in a meaningful way as writer Daniel Scheffler (New York Times, Condé Nast, Wall Street Journal) takes a carefree and open approach to travel. Covering a variety of purposeful topics, each episode focuses on a specific theme framed as a travel commandment to guide listeners when traveling, regardless of wealth or comfort level. Everywhere reinvents the journey and invites you to open your mind and experience some humanity.
 
Welcome to Going Places — a podcast by Arlo Skye. We are a direct to consumer brand that makes travel pieces for design lovers. We launched in late 2016 with an award winning carry-on that’s been featured in Vogue, The New York Times, Bloomberg Pursuits, and Conde Nast Traveler. I’m your host Mayur - co-founder of Arlo Skye.This podcast explore the habits, life lessons and travel routines of leaders in design. They are shaping the world around us and they’re always on the move.
 
Essential listening for anyone who cares about the printed word and developments in publishing. From independent publications, new forms of print media and graphic novels to little-known niche magazines, ‘The Stack’ is Monocle’s take on the world of print, focusing on everything from the glossiest fashion title to the grittiest local newspaper.
 
Listen in as the superlatively knowledgeable Mitchell Owens, Decorative Arts editor at AD (@ADaesthete), talks with the greatest design-world talents of our time about all things aesthetic. From the legacy of iconic decorators to the promise of design’s future, his lively, bold, and engaging conversations truly appeal to a mixed audience of industry pros and design enthusiasts. New episodes Tuesdays.
 
From slip dresses with army boots to colorful tracksuits and minimal pantsuits, Vogue experts highlight the stories in fashion history that reflected this new era of connectivity. For the first time, trends rapidly spread across the globe, subcultures were adopted as mainstream, and mass marketing turned brand visionaries into celebrity designers. Nothing was off-limits, everything blended together, and fashion reflected this new normal. We dive deep into narratives and context behind the pa ...
 
Two sisters; Psychology graduates and Yoga Teachers bringing eastern philosophy together with western science to find greater wellbeing, freedom and happiness. Be who you're meant to be, do what you want to do, and redefine success to suit you and your uniqueness. Ali is Editor-at-Large at Psychologies magazine, and training to be a mindfulness teacher. Connie also works in publishing at Conde Nast and has worked on titles such as Vogue and Glamour magazine. Connie and Ali both hold BSc degr ...
 
I get asked this question at least once a day, how did you get your first job post college? How did you get your first internship? How do I get a job in media? My answer is just one story. So I decided to talk to my friends, colleagues and peers about how they got to where they are today. Bitch Work is a conversation with people who truly have the coolest jobs in media, music, business and really anything. The catch, it's not about how they got to the top, but what they are doing to get ther ...
 
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Just 40 miles from Athens yet feeling infinitely remote, this tiny islet has long been a bohemian hideout attracting musicians, painters and actors to its car-free cobbled lanes and sea-glinting rocky shores. ‘In the high season, weeks pass when the port feels almost like a little St Tropez, full of visitors lolling over the day’s first glass of Ch…
 
This week, New York Times reporter Sheera Frenkel, coauthor of the blockbuster book “An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook's Battle for Domination,” describes her and coauthor Cecilia Kang's deep dive into the history and ambitions of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. How and why did Zuck allow his tech behemoth to become a hothouse of hate speech, misinf…
 
Looking at the latest announcements from the Venice and New York Film Festivals, plus new releases The Green Knight, Pig, Stillwater, Old, and Jungle Cruise. The episode also includes an interview with The Flight Attendant Emmy nominee Rosie Perez. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Learn more about y…
 
Oksana Masters has competed in four different Paralympic sports—rowing, cross-country skiing, biathlon, and cycling—and in every Paralympic Games, summer and winter, going back to 2012. She’s won eight medals along the way. So she knows a thing or two about pushing through pain. A double amputee above the knee, Oksana talks about how she found ther…
 
While travel may be the most open that it's been for Americans since the pandemic began, it comes with a lot of complications—from major passport renewal and Global Entry application delays to newly developed travel anxieties. To help you explore in the safest and most prepared way possible, we're answering your burning travel questions in this wee…
 
For Allure’s Good Health for All issue, the comedians and hosts of the POOG podcast Jacqueline Novak and Kate Berlant discuss friendships—when they make us well, and when they don’t—with Allure writer Brennan Kilbane. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Allure magazine
 
On 19th-century British Admiralty maps, the letters ‘Syros’ appear bigger than ‘Greece’. Today, this off-the-beaten-track isle, overshadowed by neighbouring Mykonos, seems an unlikely maritime superpower, but it once turned out countless ships from its boatyards while captains built grand frescoed homes on its scrubby hillsides. ‘Seen from the sea,…
 
Floods, wildfires, skies filled with smoke and ash—it’s been a summer full of alarming signs of climate change. This week, journalist and novelist Nathaniel Rich joins Joe Hagan on Inside the Hive to discuss the looming catastrophe we’ve known about for decades but have consistently failed to slow, let alone stop. Should we take the climate fight t…
 
David Canfield and Chris Murphy join Joanna Robinson to preview the upcoming film festivals, puzzle over some Daytime Emmy wins, celebrate Ted Lasso Season 2, and throw their support behind some Primetime Emmy underdogs. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcas…
 
Kyra Condie is preparing to compete in the first-ever Olympic climbing competition by sharpening a collection of tools that includes everything from opera playlists to visualization to something called the inverted U of optimal functioning. On this episode, she and sports psychologist Dr. Lindsay Shaw unpack how those things help Kyra conquer diffi…
 
While we haven't been making much headway on airline and hotel loyalty programs in the last year, what we do have are lots and lots of credit cards points, accrued from a year and a half of takeout, groceries, and gas bills—among plenty of other purchases (namely loungewear). But how should we spend those stockpiles now that travel is starting to r…
 
For episode 8 of season 4, Suzy brings you a Couture special. Demna Gvasalia, the creative director of Balenciaga, discusses his first Couture collection for the house and the revival of Balenciaga Haute Couture. In fact it’s the 50th couture collection for the brand, because Cristóbal Balenciaga’s final show was his 49th. Fifty-three years after t…
 
This week, we welcome cohost Emily Jane Fox back to the podcast from paid family leave to discuss some personal breaking news: the arrival of infant daughter J.R. last week and the implications for work-life balance, family, marriage and podcasting. Plus, a review of the summer news cycle, what readers of Vanity Fair can expect in weeks to come, an…
 
This episode was originally published in September 2020. This week, we're revisiting our conversation with Cristina Mittermeier—marine biologist, conservationist, photographer, and co-founder of SeaLegacy, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the ocean. A National Geographic photographer known for her work underwater and among Indigenous communities…
 
U.S. distance runner Molly Seidel earned her trip to the Tokyo Summer Games when she finished second in the 2019 Olympic marathon trials—which was also the first marathon she’d ever run. On this episode, Molly talks about wanting to eat the other runners' lunch, how she ran on a broken pelvis for a year, embracing the feeling of being “a pot of wat…
 
In this bonus episode, Dr. Mariel Buquè is back, sitting down with Zahra to talk about how to stay more relaxed throughout our workdays. Dr. Buquè talks about why reducing stress can be such a challenge, offering tips and techniques for staying grounded. She then takes us through a guided mindfulness exercise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
We speak with photographer Jason Fulford about his new book with Aperture, ‘Photo No-Nos’, a meditation on what not to photograph. Plus, ‘Storied’, a new title about the people and traditions of Japan. We also pay tribute to Italian icon Raffaella Carrà, replaying an interview with Simone Marchetti from ‘Vanity Fair Italia’, from when he chose Carr…
 
This week, veteran Hive correspondent Chris Smith talks to co-host Joe Hagan about the winner of the Democratic primary for New York mayor, Eric Adams, and his journey toward the most powerful office in the city. Smith has been covering city politics for more than two decades, through Bloomberg’s three terms and Bill DeBlasio’s seven tumultuous yea…
 
In fencing, it’s important to strike fast—but not quite as important as it is to strike true: to have a clear enough head see where your opponent’s baiting you, or what tricks your nerves might be playing on you. U.S. saber fencer Daryl Homer took home a silver medal from the 2016 Olympics because he was able to do just that. On this episode, he sh…
 
A look back at best picture winner It Happened One Night, an early dispatch from Cannes, and more questions about the rules at the Golden Globes, with special guest Nathaniel Rogers. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Follow Nathaniel Rogers on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nathanielr/ Learn more about…
 
We've been thinking a lot about responsible travel here at Women Who Travel. You may have noticed: It's been a theme in a number of our recentepisodes. And today, we're continuing that trend, sitting down Condé Nast Traveler advisory board member Harsha L’Acqua, whose nonprofit, Saira Hospitality, is built around helping new hotels make mindful, lo…
 
In this bonus episode, we’re continuing our coverage of the COVID-19 vaccines. We revisit a panel that Zahra hosted with David Kaufman, digital director at Architectural Digest, about myths and myth-busting around the vaccines and Black and Latinx communities. Along with experts Dr. Leon McDougle, Dr. Gbenga Ogedegbe, and registered nurse Sandra Li…
 
This week, Vanity Fair special correspondent Nick Bilton returns to Inside the Hive to help cohost Joe Hagan (finally) understand what cryptocurrencies are — how they came to be, how they work, and where they’re headed. From Bitcoin to Ethereum, from Elon Musk’s favored Dogecoin to the dreaded “shitcoin," Bilton, who has covered technology for over…
 
A look back at 2005's Brokeback Mountain, which still looms far larger in the cultural imagination than the movie that beat it for Best Picture. Plus a look at new rules for the Emmys and the DGA Awards, a conversation about Zola, and an interview with Zola star Riley Keough. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/litt…
 
Olympic athletes push relentlessly to be physically and mentally stronger than their competition—Smarter Better Faster Stronger, hosted by GQ writer Clay Skipper, figures out how the they do both. Even if you're not gunning for gold, you'll come away with advice on how to build better habits, manage doubt and fear, handle sudden success, and push p…
 
Olympic athletes push relentlessly to be physically and mentally stronger than their competition—Smarter Better Faster Stronger, hosted by GQ writer Clay Skipper, figures out how they do both. Even if you're not gunning for gold, you'll come away with advice on how to build better habits, manage doubt and fear, handle sudden success, and push past …
 
WARNING: This episode contains discussion of suicidal ideation. After placing 6th at the 2016 Rio Olympics and later setting a world record by racewalking a mile in 5:31, Tom Bosworth experienced intense self-doubt and depression. On this episode, he talks about the special goal-setting strategy that helped him beat impostor syndrome—and make it to…
 
This episode originally ran in July 2020. You probably first heard Sara Nelson's name in early 2019 when she called for a general strike, leading to an abrupt end to the extended government shutdown. Now, the international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, has been fighting something completely different: a pandemic, as well as…
 
She's driven, tireless, effortlessly popular—and no, she’s not quitting her day job. Jonathan Van Meter goes on the road with FLOTUS and professor Dr. Jill Biden. Read by Vogue’s Taylor Antrim. Find the full story on Vogue.com. For more from VOGUE, make sure to subscribe to VOGUE Stories on: Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vogue-stori…
 
This special episode of the Women Who Travel podcast is presented by Bradenton, Anna Maria Island, Longboat Key. Getting back in the swing of traveling comes with its own learning after over a year of staying close to home. But if you've had a baby in the last two years or are a parent to young child, your vacation prep is on a whole different leve…
 
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