A weekly roundup of the most interesting links featured on DamnInteresting.com. Hosted by Jennifer Lee Noonan.
The audio side of DamnInteresting.com: Legitimately intriguing true stories from history, science, and psychology. Audiobook-like narration with sound effects and music.
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The Interesting Podcast is a show where Brian Ballance has a conversation with someone whom he finds interesting.
A show where Kate and Sky take a look at movies, tv shows and other media to find the interesting choices they made and drag them screaming into the light. Character art by @galactigatorr
A weekly follow-up to what is talked about during the weekend message with a little extra “fun” thrown in at no charge. It’s about twenty minutes of content that we think is worth your time - though, to be honest, we’re pretty biased.
Two chaps talking about things they're interested in; you might be interested in them too. Probably movies, music, TV, books and stuff that's going on. Unashamedly slapdash. Find us on different sites: @bytereview and @benjionelung
In the spirit of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ this podcast is a biographical style interview with interesting people that will focus on their love/hate/curious relationship with wine and the fascinating lives they’ve lived so far. Oh and plenty of wine tips and recommendations.
Join Martin Robin and Alex each week as we bring you little-known facts and stupid news stories that are ...well...just interesting!
Join us to chat about Jamstack, coding the web, the people who code the web, and sometimes, lollies. With love from Netlify 💙.
The official podcast of Free Country Nights with Patrick Hanes. Listen to the show every weeknight on 99.9 WFRE from 7:00 PM to Midnight.
Short-form objects of fascination from the editors of Damn Interesting.
Two Zero Q - 20 Questions With Interesting People, the show that tells the 'Origin Stories' of everyday superheros in the lgbtqi community and friends. #twozeroq
Actor Don Grant and a weekly guest host discuss the three most interesting things discovered by listeners on the internet this week. Journalists, podcasters, authors and more join Don to chat about interesting things in the fields of science, pop culture, history, or whatever else comes up. What's the most interesting thing YOU'VE seen on the internet this week? The thing you want to share with others and actually talk about. A fact? A compelling article? Something else?... Tweet it to us @3 ...
Bringing together successful executives, entrepreneurs, experts and their advisors within interesting and emerging companies and industries to share their achievements, challenges, and what makes them successful. Technology, Manufacturing, Services, Mining, Construction,... and more. Tune-in each week as Nola Heale interviews a new inspirational leader.
What happens in an emergency room? What's it like to audition for acting roles? How does a judge prepare for court & to make decisions? How do you start a non-profit or catch a criminal that doesn't want to be caught? I don't know either. Let's find out the answers to those questions and much more each week. Radio host, comedian, and impressionist Danny Rouhier will research a subject and interview someone at the top of their unique profession. We'll talk to people from all walks of life who ...
Learn about interesting things and increase your mate-value.
Interviews with fascinating people on science, ethics, and politics, with a focus on guests from Effective Altruism and Left-wing communities.
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P.S. You’re Interesting is a series of conversations on political science research hosted by Jeffery A. Jenkins. Formerly, “Our American Discourse,” we continue the series to pick up the tradition Anthony W. Orlando began. We hope to keep conversations … discourse alive. To keep thinking about the research we do in the academy, why it matters to us, and hopefully to you. Sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center http://bedrosian.usc.edu/ Recorded at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy http ...
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Welcome to the Interesting Health and Safety Podcast, brought to you in partnership with Safety FM! A lot of people see health and safety as a really boring subject. Too much red tape, too many systems and procedures. A lot of things getting stopped by the safety police. Colin brings a different take on this; Ok at times it is still serious but Colin brings the topic to life in an interesting and challenging way. If you are serious about making a difference to your team then this podcast wil ...
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Matt Miller – Washington Post columnist and Left, Right & Center host – talks to the world's most provocative thinkers. As timely as the week's headlines, yet tackling subjects destined to influence events for years. This...Is Interesting brings...
Interesting People Reading Poetry is a short, sound-rich podcast where artists and luminaries read a favorite poem and share what it means to them. Created by Andy & Brendan Stermer.
Interview Podcast with an eclectic group of guests that you may have known, may have forgotten, or maybe should know. These interviews get behind the curtain and find out the information about the guest that you may not have heard before.
Like to find small things that make me smile.
I Found This Interesting (IFTI) is a super short podcast with two people talking about things they find interesting.
Craig might not be good at many things, but he's good at one thing: having interesting conversations with people. This is the podcast for you if you're interested in interesting things: inspiring stories, mindset, performance, self-improvement, the hidden side of stuff people don't think about, interesting people and interesting conversations. Craig dives deep with new guests every couple of weeks to find the interesting side of anything.
Come hang out with hosts Kira Klingenberg & Keera Lindenberg (yes, really) as they explore science in a way that anyone, despite their level of nerdy-ness, can enjoy!
This is a podcast where we talk about things that we find interesting.... or really really really cool. Hence, "That's So Interesting".
Random topics that we find interesting
Audible Autism gives voice to autistic people for our own perspective. It is made for autistic people, by autistic people. We talk about autism, and topics of autistic interest. We’re not trying to explain ourselves to NT people to ask for acceptance. Other people do that. This is for us.
The interesting laid-back podcast where we talk about relationship, and Self-improvement. I interview different guests and get their perspective on the episode main topic. Email: email@example.com IG: @thatoneinterestingpodcast
Welcome to Pointlessly interesting talks, where two guys talk about interesting topics like science and human behaviour that we find interesting. We aren't by any means scientists, we're just interested and like discussing these topics to try and improving our understanding on them and maybe trigger some curiousity in those that listen to our talks. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org We hope you enjoy ;)
Als onderdeel van het kunstfestival Ground met als thema: 'Welcome to Interesting Times!' worden in deze podcast 12 uiteenlopende geëngageerde, politieke en soms activistische makers uit Haagse broedplaatsen geïnterviewd. Want.. is deze tijd wel zo interessant? Het werk van de kunstenaars is op 17 maart 2018 te zien in de Grey Space in Den Haag. Sis Josip, Eveline de Jonge, Eveline Cleiren, Jonne Verhoog contact: email@example.com
Sometimes we mumble, sometimes we share mics.
Hmm, Interesting Choice... is a podcast wherein an album, selected using the vague criteria of being "interesting", is reviewed comically to see what happened, what went right, what went wrong and what's so funny.
Interesting stories behind everyday items
Interviews with leading Australian businesspeople and fund managers. Hosted by Matthew Kidman from Centennial Funds
Listen to people...who are interesting.
This episode is with actor/writer/director Justin Taite! We talk about how martial arts helped his acting, learning Stella Adler's technique, how he makes his TikTok videos, the research that goes into his projects, making The Awful Kind and so much more!Follow Justin on TikTok/Instagram/Twitter: @JustinTaiteCheck out The Awful Kind: https://vimeo.…
This time, Colin talks about pre-start briefings and meetings, a tool being sorely under-utilised in the business sector, and how they can positively impact the tasks ahead. KEY TAKEAWAYS Many misunderstand the effectiveness of pre-start briefings, or handle them in an entirely misjudged way. They are very important in establishing the narrative of…
On this episode of Say Something Interesting, Megan and Brent discuss week two of PILGRIMAGE - a series on a way to live in the world. Other topics include: hot tub impatience, electromagnetic balls, and being divine image bearers.Bởi EastLake Tri-Cities
Lisa Gareau has been a connector for most of her life; more recently as a connection strategy coach rather than running her own events. She prefers to see the impact of her work on a wider scale as people connect authentically in person. Lisa finds inspiration in the grace given and received over the last year, the success by which the formerly beh…
Dr. Eric Karlstrom returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss the 1960’s as psychological warfare, mass trauma and domestic terror Black Ops. Dr. Karlstrom’s primary website is 9/11 New World Order. He is an Emeritus Professor of Geography, California State University.
Quite simply, the story of Dani Moreira becoming the Queen of Bagels in the DC area is incredible. She moved to the US from Argentina only knowing how to say 'hello' in English. Fast forward a few years and she wins a scholarship to the Culinary Institute of America. Her journey continues with fine dining, pizza, meeting her future husband, and a y…
No it's not a war between the letters of the alphabet. It's Good versus Evil baby. Lasting only two seasons in 1999 and 2000 this tv show is dripping with style. Listen in as Kate and Sky discus lazy writing, unexpected twists and obivious mall tchotchkes.Bởi Sky Grant
What dreams may come, Volcanic troubles, Super Mario gets a boost, Nyan cat's birthday, Rice of the sea, Placental oddities, Suggestive coconuts. Jennifer, Angie, and Way discuss the curated links for the week of 4/16/2021. Please consider supporting this ad-free content on Patreon.Bởi Damn Interesting
Hi Everybody, welcome to 2ZQ Hot Takes, where we discuss issues both big and small. I am your host, the very handsome Tim Kirk and this time, I’ll be talking about Optimism Pessimism and Realism in the age of Covid-19. Cognitive Biases, changes in behavior and beliefs, reception and/or reluctance to embrace realistic consequences based on condition…
As is often the case with people in dangerous professions, the Apollo astronauts found that life insurance policies w...Bởi Damn Interesting
Sorta Interesting tests our might and kick off our Mortal Kombat series with the OG 1995 live-action movie. Come join Christian Patam and Myles Darling talking movies and tv every weekVisit our website to listen to all of our podcasts!: https://sortainteresting.com/Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOjjPtnto197PBVqdjoe8mg?view_as=subscrib…
My interview with one of the true pioneers of California wine, Bonny Doon Vineyard founder and winemaker Randall Grahm. This interview is packed!!! More important: The expression of the terroir vs. the grape? Eating a Filet-O-Fish with Jancis Robinson Failed Pinot Noir Not getting the “Oprah Bounce” Posing as a Rhone Ranger for Wine Spectator Throw…
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You wouldn't think that watching a lizard beat the monkey for a bit could be so much fun, but there we are! A bit of Godzilla vs Kong reviewing, some marvelling at the nippy Xbox Series S, and getting confused by a Japanese biker. Also, we descend into our thirties with actual talk about what's for dinner. If you enjoy this episode, leave a comment…
Discussion Points Why a11y matters What is web a11y and why do we care? JS frameworks/React and a11y A11y in the developer community A11y has become seemingly more popular and more mainstream. Why? At the same time, the state of a11y on the web has not really improved (see: WebAIM million). It's our (collective) job to make the web-accessible. How …
Jeffery speaks with new USC Dornsife assistant professor Miguel Pereira about research and experiments in political science. Pereira's research focuses on political representation and the behavior of political elites in established democracies, with a focus on causal inference. In addition, he shares some new research looking at responsiveness of l…