Friendship: January 2021 podcast playlist
Research shows that maintaining friendships is a key to happiness. People who are more connected report greater levels of life satisfaction. However, it seems that we prioritize romantic relationships while relegating platonic ones to the backseat. We’ve heard over and over again that loneliness is an epidemic, but making new friends as an adult can be challenging. This playlist explores the importance of friendships with a focus on practical tips and stories about specific types of friendships.
Hidden Brain producer, Rhaina Cohen
An interview with with Rhaina Cohen. Rhaina is the producer on the Hidden Brain episode, “Fake News: An Origin Story,” which we listened to as part of our listening list on Disinformation & Fake News.
Roundup of the Radiolab G Series
Adela and Sara discuss the G series from Radiolab, which explored the concept of intelligence. They then diverge, as usual, to talk about other podcast recommendations.
Death Penalty: Podcast Playlist
Galen Beebe is a writer and editor at the Bello Collective, a publisher of podcast criticism, playlists, and interviews; and co-founder of Etc. Gallery, a home for web-, print-, and experience-based narrative experiments. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Full Stop, and elsewhere. Approaches to capital punishment vary widely from country to country, state to state, and year to year. […]
The Future of the Human Body: Discussion with Arielle Nissenblatt [Episode 6]
Today I discuss the PBC podcast playlist on The Future of the Human Body with Arielle Nissenblatt, founder of Earbuds Podcast Collective and member of PBC-LA chapter. Here are links to some of the things we talked about:
The Future of the Human Body: Podcast Playlist
This podcast playlist on “The Future of the Human Body” was curated by Arielle Nissenblatt, Founder of Earbuds Podcast Collective. As an avid podcast listener, I’ve tried many genres. I find that I listen to many podcasts that help me stay in tune with the world; news podcasts, human interest stories, topical interviews, and pop-culture. […]