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The Slate Daily feed includes new episodes from more than 30 shows in the Slate Podcast Network. You'll get thought provoking analysis, storytelling, and commentary on everything from news and politics to arts, culture, technology, and entertainment. Discover new shows you never knew you were missing.
 
The people and struggles that changed America—one year at a time. In each episode, host Josh Levin explores a story you may have forgotten, or one you’ve never heard of before. What were the moments that transformed politics, culture, science, religion, and more? And how does the nation’s past shape our present? The first season of One Year focuses on 1977, a year when gay rights hung in the balance, Roots dominated the airwaves, and Jesus appeared on a tortilla.
 
Slater Hayes episodes are designed to highlight the everyday occurrences of life via poetry/social commentary. They are poignant, insightful pieces that address all facets of the black experience and are designed to evoke thoughts and thoughtful commentary. Each piece directly or indirectly addresses various topics as experienced through the perspective of blacks. Episodes are to be published every Sunday.
 
Welcome to Meditations & Affirmations | Fuelled by Bare Slate. Each day is a gift, and we believe that it can be joyful, peaceful and allow us to reach our full potential. These meditation and affirmation exercises help to maintain a growth mindset, help to craft an optimistic future, and centre the mind so that it can get more out of each day. May you find what you need.
 
Your daily business news, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Your daily politics update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
A younger take on politics, faith, and freedom... as one of the youngest talk-show hosts in the country, Mike Slater defines "Generation Blaze", and encourages other 20-somethings to take personal responsibility, and dedicate themselves to constitutional principles. Mike Slater is live on TheBlaze Radio Network, every Saturday from 3p - 6p et. theblaze.com/radio
 
Your daily arts & culture update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Appreciating wine isn’t just about how it tastes or being able to talk about tannins and “mouthfeel.” It’s about the stories, the people, and the places behind each bottle. That’s what Slate Wine Club is all about. Join Slate Money host Felix Salmon for conversations with some of the world’s best winemakers. We’ve partnered with the talented craftsmen you’ll hear on this show to deliver their premium wines right to your door. Ordering is easy, just text SLATE to 878-777-5283 to set up your f ...
 
Ever wondered why some film ideas get made – and not others? With the help of a guest industry speaker, each of whom has their own finger on the “greenlighting” button, this weekly podcast examines the creative and business factors that determine what gets seen on movie screens. The series also discusses what tools and tricks are out there that can help a more diverse range of filmmakers and ideas find the paying audiences that their talents deserve. Each episode is hosted by Colin Brown, au ...
 
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Why aren’t people returning to jobs they lost during the pandemic? The answer is more complicated than generous unemployment checks. Guest: Bram Sable-Smith, investigative reporter at Wisconsin Watch. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes…
 
This week Superhero Slate is gearing up to watch The Suicide Squad, Ben Affleck’s Batman rides a motorcycle, Black Widow’s got a new (law)suit, and more! What We're Watching/Playing: The White Lotus, Centaurworld, The Tomorrow War, Halo Infinite, Niemic Wedding News The Suicide Squad (16:05) Next week on HBO Max and in theaters Peacemaker (18:40) T…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to composer Jake Heggie, who the Wall Street Journal described as “arguably the world’s most popular 21st-century opera and art song composer.” In the interview, Jake talks about how he fell in love with opera and why he composes all his work on manuscript paper by hand. He also discusses his recent work, Songs for…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, are joined by Cezary Podkul of ProPublica to talk about his in-depth article on unemployment insurance fraud, Robinhood’s IPO and ambitions of being a “super app,” and everything that’s going on with private companies in China and the stock market in Hong Kong. In the Plus segment: Payment for order flow. Mentio…
 
Medical authorities said that Laetrile was dangerous quackery. It became a sensation anyway. Diana Green saw this drug made from apricot pits as her son Chad’s best chance to survive leukemia. Her shocking actions, and the little boy affected by them, became the focus of a heated national debate over freedom of medical choice. One Year is produced …
 
#meditation #affirmations Listen to this guided meditation each day to calm the subconscious and develop an appreciation for the joy of movement. This guided affirmation session will help you to focus on your mental health and wellness so that you can lower stress and build joy. May you find exactly what you need. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
 
Why aren’t people returning to jobs they lost during the pandemic? The answer is more complicated than generous unemployment checks. Guest: Bram Sable-Smith, investigative reporter at Wisconsin Watch. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes…
 
We each are gifted, or burdened, with memories that want to maintain a certain level of relevance within that space between our ears. Sometimes we allow those memories of a certain person or activity, within a specific period of our lives, to negatively affect our potential or achievement in our present or future lives. "Trifecta" is my way of iden…
 
Gun violence kills thousands of Americans every year, and that pain is especially sharp in the nation’s Black communities. And during the last year of the Trump Administration, Black gun purchases surged. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Johnson is joined by Kenn Blanchard, a minister and gun rights activist who has branded himself as a “Black M…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to composer Jake Heggie, who the Wall Street Journal described as “arguably the world’s most popular 21st-century opera and art song composer.” In the interview, Jake talks about how he fell in love with opera and why he composes all his work on manuscript paper by hand. He also discusses his recent work, Songs for…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, it’s all about the Olympics. Amira Rose Davis, assistant professor of history and African American studies at Penn State University and co-host of the feminist sports podcast Burn it All Down, is joined by Slate’s gymnastics reporter Rebecca Schuman. The pair start with a discussion of the racial and gender ineq…
 
Continuing Amicus’ summer season of deep dives into books, films, and ideas beyond the confines of the Supreme Court chamber, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by historian and chair of African American studies at Emory University professor Carol Anderson to talk about her book The Second. They discuss the long anti-Black history of gun laws in the United …
 
On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison call up an ex-Mormon listener, who provides some further insight into our previous investigation of the BYU Virginity Club and explains why she thinks it’s clear that the person behind the account is unaware of Mormon culture. Then, it’s another round of High Speed Downloads. Rachelle speeds through the cont…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, are joined by Cezary Podkul of ProPublica to talk about his in-depth article on unemployment insurance fraud, Robinhood’s IPO and ambitions of being a “super app,” and everything that’s going on with private companies in China and the stock market in Hong Kong. In the Plus segment: Payment for order flow. Mentio…
 
On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison call up an ex-Mormon listener, who provides some further insight into our previous investigation of the BYU Virginity Club and explains why she thinks it’s clear that the person behind the account is unaware of Mormon culture. Then, it’s another round of High Speed Downloads. Rachelle speeds through the cont…
 
In Part 2 of this episode of Hit Parade, Chris Molanphy continues his analysis of the career and legacy of the legendary and sometimes-misunderstood Bruce Springsteen. In his second decade, Springsteen wasn’t just a hitmaker—he was the archetype: the symbol of flag-waving American rock, even when the song was less patriotism than protest. Advertise…
 
In Part 2 of this episode of Hit Parade, Chris Molanphy continues his analysis of the career and legacy of the legendary and sometimes-misunderstood Bruce Springsteen. In his second decade, Springsteen wasn’t just a hitmaker—he was the archetype: the symbol of flag-waving American rock, even when the song was less patriotism than protest. Advertise…
 
Gun violence kills thousands of Americans every year, and that pain is especially sharp in the nation’s Black communities. And during the last year of the Trump Administration, Black gun purchases surged. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Johnson is joined by Kenn Blanchard, a minister and gun rights activist who has branded himself as a “Black M…
 
Dans ce cinquième et dernier hors-série d'AMIES, Anaïs et Marie regardent Twilight: Révélation, deuxième partie. Une heure cinquante d'absurde avec un tour du monde des vampires, des effets spéciaux dignes d'une reconstitution d'époque dans une émission de Stéphane Bern, et des dialogues aussi pétillants qu'un verre de coca resté cinq heures au sol…
 
Emily, John and David discuss the January 6th Commission, the return of masks and they are joined by guest Annie Lowrey to talk about the "time tax." Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Annie Lowrey for The Atlantic: “The Time Tax: Why is so much American bureaucracy left to average citizens?” Here’s this week’s chatter: John:…
 
On this week’s episode: Elizabeth, Dan, and Jamilah discuss how we should be talking to our kids about Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from the Olympics. Then, they answer a question from a listener who is wondering how to deal with their bad babysitter. The problem is, the babysitter is grandma. In Slate Plus: Is it a faux pas to request no gif…
 
On this week’s episode: Elizabeth, Dan, and Jamilah discuss how we should be talking to our kids about Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from the Olympics. Then, they answer a question from a listener who is wondering how to deal with their bad babysitter. The problem is, the babysitter is grandma. In Slate Plus: Is it a faux pas to request no gif…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, it’s all about the Olympics. Amira Rose Davis, assistant professor of history and African American studies at Penn State University and co-host of the feminist sports podcast Burn it All Down, is joined by Slate’s gymnastics reporter Rebecca Schuman. The pair start with a discussion of the racial and gender ineq…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, it’s all about the Olympics. Amira Rose Davis, assistant professor of history and African American studies at Penn State University and co-host of the feminist sports podcast Burn it All Down, is joined by Slate’s gymnastics reporter Rebecca Schuman. The pair start with a discussion of the racial and gender ineq…
 
Medical authorities said that Laetrile was dangerous quackery. It became a sensation anyway. Diana Green saw this drug made from apricot pits as her son Chad’s best chance to survive leukemia. Her shocking actions, and the little boy affected by them, became the focus of a heated national debate over freedom of medical choice. One Year is produced …
 
This week, four officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department testified in front of a bipartisan House select committee investigating the events of January 6. They each gave powerful and emotional statements, describing the harrowing moments the Capitol was attacked. But what can the committee actually do about it?…
 
This week, four officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department testified in front of a bipartisan House select committee investigating the events of January 6. They each gave powerful and emotional statements, describing the harrowing moments the Capitol was attacked. But what can the committee actually do about it?…
 
La pièce de théâtre Le Prénom met en scène un dîner entre amis. La soirée tourne court quand un convive annonce que son épouse et lui ont décidé d'appeler leur fils à naître Adolphe, en référence au roman de Benjamin Constant. Le groupe d'amis passe alors la soirée à se disputer violemment.Est-ce qu'un prénom conditionne la trajectoire d'une vie? M…
 
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