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En podcast för oss som älskar att springa och dessutom inte kan sluta prata om det. I varje avsnitt möts ett gäng erfarna löpare och snackar om löpning och livet. Samtalet utgår från ett tema och det bjuds på personliga berättelser och erfarenheter från löpningens många olika delar: fysisk och mental träning, motivation, lopp, naturupplevelser, utmaningar, prylar, friluftsliv, resor och äventyr. Ett ohämmat nyfiket och nördigt löparsnack med syfte att underhålla, informera och inspirera. Löp ...
 
In Please Explain, we set aside time every Friday afternoon to get to the bottom of one complex issue. Ever wonder how New York City's water system works? Or how the US became so polarized politically? We'll back up and review the basic facts and principles of complicated issues across a broad range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.
 
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Äntligen sommar och semestern väntar för många runt hörnet. Men hur ska man lättast få till träningen under semestertider när man kanske vill prioritera annat? I senaste avsnittet av löparpodden ger Petra Kindlund och Johanna Bäcklund dig sina bästa tips. Du får även många bra råd på hur du ska klara av att springa i värme samt hur du får till trän…
 
(6/21/21) We live in an age of displacement. Refugee numbers are increasing and climate change and COVID-19 are making the situation much worse. Meanwhile, rising populist nationalism around the world has undermined the political willingness of rich countries to accept migrants and asylum seekers. The Wealth of Refugees: How Displaced People Can Bu…
 
(6/18/21) With 13 candidates battling to become New York City’s next mayor in the June 22 Democratic primary, you are forgiven for not knowing exactly where every candidate stands on the issues. In this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI, investigative journalist and regular contributor to the program Bob Hennelly goes beyond the headli…
 
(6/17/21) On Jan. 28, 1986, NASA’s space shuttle Challenger exploded after taking off from Cape Canaveral. Christa McAuliffe, America’s “Teacher in Space,” was instantly killed, along with the other six members of the mission. At least that's what most of us remember. In his new book The Burning Blue: The Untold Story of Christa McAuliffe and NASA'…
 
(6/16/21) If you’re over the age of 40, whether you thought it was thrilling or cruel, chances are the circus played some kind of role in your childhood. In his new book, Battle for the Big Top: P.T. Barnum, James Bailey, John Ringling, and the Death-Defying Saga of the American Circus, bestselling author Les Standiford shines a light on the era wh…
 
(6/15/21) A police officer kills a 12-year-old boy. It’s caught on video. The officer faces no legal consequences. A police officer strangles a man selling cigarettes. It’s caught on video. The officer faces no legal consequences. It happens over and over again. The culprit here, alongside the cops, is the legal principle known as qualified immunit…
 
(6/9/21) Covid numbers may be in decline, but according to professor of Sociology at SUNY Binghamton and former member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines Walden Bello, there is another worldwide scourge that is just as serious—fascism. “The global spread of fascism is real, as real as the spread of Covid-19, and you better believe i…
 
(6/8/21) Chemist, artist and industrial hygienist Monona Rossol is the founder of Arts, Crafts and Theater Safety, Inc. The not-for-profit corporation is dedicated to providing health and safety services to the arts. She is also the Health and Safety Director for the Local 829 union of the United Scenic Artists International Alliance of Theatrical …
 
(6/7/21) In this new book North by Shakespeare: A Rogue Scholar's Quest for the Truth Behind the Bard's Work, investigative journalist Michael Blanding presents the parallel narratives of renegade scholar Dennis McCarthy, known as “the Steve Jobs of the Shakespeare community,” and Sir Thomas North, an Elizabethan courtier whom McCarthy believes to …
 
(6/4/21) From blurry vision to crooked teeth, ACLs that tear at alarming rates and spines that seem to spend a lifetime falling apart, it’s a curious thing that human beings have beaten the odds as a species. Professor of biology at Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho Dr. Alex Bezzerides’s new book Evolution Gone Wrong: The Curious Reasons Why Our B…
 
(6/1/21) Some of the only truly feral cattle in the world wander through an abandoned island off the northernmost tip of Scotland. A variety of wildlife not seen in many lifetimes has rebounded on the irradiated grounds of Chernobyl. A lush forest supports thousands of species that are extinct or endangered everywhere else on earth in the Korean pe…
 
Hur stor betydelse har våra tankar för vår prestation? Kan det hjälpa att jobba med mental träning även som motionär? Hur ska man sedan tackla motgångar eller prestationsångest? Vi har pratat med en expert i området i form av forskaren Göran Kenttä som är högskolelektor på GIH. Han har dessutom skrivit ett flertal böcker inom mentalträning. Det bli…
 
(5/28/21) Perhaps the most underestimated First Lady of the 20th century, Lady Bird Johnson was also one of the most accomplished and often her husband Lyndon B. Johnson’s secret weapon. Managing the White House in years of national upheaval, through the civil rights movement and the escalation of the Vietnam War, Lady Bird projected a sense of cal…
 
(5/27/21) Perhaps the most overlooked aspect of Harry S. Truman’s presidency is his judicial legacy, with even the finest of Truman biographies neglecting to consider the influence the 33rd president had on the Supreme Court. The Truman Court: Law and the Limits of Loyalty the new book from former Assistant Attorney General for the District of Colu…
 
(5/24/21) After witnessing the brutal murder of their families and the violent destruction of their communities, a cadre of Jewish women in Poland—some still in their teens—helped transform the Jewish youth groups into resistance cells to fight the Nazis. As revealed in Judy Batalion’s new book The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistanc…
 
(5/21/21) Astonishingly irrational ideas are spreading. Covid denial persists in the face of overwhelming evidence. Anti-vaxxers compromise public health. Conspiracy thinking hijacks minds and incites mob violence. Toxic partisanship is cleaving nations and climate denial has pushed our planet to the brink. Meanwhile, American Nazis march openly in…
 
(5/20/21) Investigative journalist Bob Hennelly’s writing has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Miami Herald, the Detroit Free Press along with dozens of other magazines and newspapers. In addition to his radio work for NPR and Richard Wolfe’s Economic Update, he is also a regular contribut…
 
(5/19/21) From city streets to City Hall, this is the story of how one middle class community defeated the largest residential real estate deal in American history. In Saving Stuyvesant Town: How One Community Defeated the Worst Real Estate Deal in History, lifetime Stuy Town resident and former City Councilman Dan Garodnick recounts how his neighb…
 
(5/17/21) After reading two-time Pulitzer Prize winning historian Alan Taylor’s new book American Republics: A Continental History of the United States, 1783-1850 it is not understand why this formative period in the country’s history is often left out of high school history classes. Native peoples sought to defend their homelands from the flood of…
 
(5/14/21) Us Kids, the latest film from documentarian Kim A. Snyder (Newtown), chronicles the March For Our Lives movement started by the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida after a 19-year-old former classmate killed 17 students and faculty and injured 17 back in 2018. Sam Fuentes is one of a group of Parkland stu…
 
(5/13/21) Fate of Fact, the latest podcast from Pulitzer-Prize winning historian and best-selling author Jon Meacham, looks at the strong grip misinformation and disinformation have on American politics and how we got here. Join us for a look at why the right has chosen to break with a governing consensus once embodied by the figurative conversatio…
 
(5/12/21) It would be fair to say that Jonathan Taplin has led a charmed life. Tour manager for Bob Dylan and The Band in the ‘60s, producer of Martin Scorsese’s 1973 debut Mean Streets featuring two young actors named Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro, it was Jonathan’s work as a producer on The Last Waltz that will forever preserve his status as a…
 
I det här avsnittet av löparpodden delar Petra Kindlund och Johanna Bäcklund med sig av sina absolut bästa motivationstips. Hur ska man sätta upp mål när det inte finns några lopp? Och hur ska motivera sig att ge sig ut när man har dagar då man inte alls känner för att springa? Vi ringer dessutom upp Erik Ahlström som är initiativtagare för ploggni…
 
(5/11/21) Given the raging national debate about providing tuition-free college funded at the national level, the time is right for a book that looks at how we can actually do it. In her new book The Path to Free College: In Pursuit of Access, Equity, and Prosperity, senior researcher at the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research and profess…
 
(5/6/21) We live in an age where scams are the new normal. Today’s viral grifters have ascended to fame and descended into infamy, yet the question remains—why do these types of digital fraud continue to happen so frequently? In her new book Hype: How Scammers, Grifters, and Con Artists Are Taking Over the Internet―and Why We're Following, former V…
 
(5/4/21) Whether we realize it or not, all of us participate in the social contract every day. Caring for others, paying taxes and benefiting from public services are a major part of what binds us together as a society. Drawing on evidence and examples from around the world for her new book What We Owe Each Other: A New Social Contract for a Better…
 
(4/30/21) When it comes to Confederate monuments, there is no common ground. Polarizing debates over their meaning have intensified into legislative maneuvering to preserve the statues, legal battles to remove them and protestors taking matters into their own hands. As professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Karen L. C…
 
(4/28/21) Spring is finally here. But, with the pandemic still at dangerous levels in the New York area, many of us are still stuck at home. In this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI, Alvin and Lawrence Ubell of Accurate Building Inspectors discuss simple, do-it-yourself projects you can tackle to get your living space ready for the bi…
 
(4/27/21) By the time Todd Miller spotted him, Juan Carlos had been wandering alone in a remote border region for days. Parched, hungry and disoriented, he approached Todd and asked him for a ride. While his instinct was to oblige, he hesitated; aiding an unauthorized person’s entrance into the US is a federal crime. Todd has been reporting from in…
 
(4/26/21) It has been nearly three years since Leonard Lopate at Large premiered on WBAI on July 16, 2018. Over the course of 500 shows, Leonard has talked to many of the nation’s foremost thinkers, artists and activists. But most important of all has been the ongoing conversation between our listeners and us. It may be a one-sided conversation for…
 
(4/22/21) Investigative journalist Bob Hennelly’s writing has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Miami Herald, the Detroit Free Press along with dozens of other magazines and newspapers. In addition to his radio work for NPR and Richard Wolfe’s Economic Update, he is also a regular contribut…
 
(4/22/21) Some of Abraham Lincoln’s most enduring policies came to him before the Civil War, visions of a country linked by railroads running ocean to ocean, canals turning small towns into bustling cities, public works bridging farmers to market. John F. Wasik’s new book Lincolnomics: How President Lincoln Constructed the Great American Economy tr…
 
Coronaviruset har under det senaste året påverkat oss alla på olika sätt. Det är därför viktigt att få information hur man skall tänka kring just träning om man blivit drabbad av covid-19. Går det att träna om man har Covid-19 utan några symtom? Hur ska man tänka när man vill komma tillbaka till träningen efteråt? I avsnittet ringer vi upp David En…
 
(4/20/21) Long after the transatlantic slave trade was officially outlawed in the early 19th century by every major slave-trading nation, US merchants were still sending hundreds of illegal slave ships to the African coast. As revealed in the new book The Last Slave Ships: New York and the End of the Middle Passage from McDonald-Boswell assistant p…
 
(4/19/21) The Cold War was not just a contest of power. It was also about ideas―economic and political, artistic and personal. In his new book The Free World: Art and Thought in the Cold War, Pulitzer Prize–winning scholar and critic and the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of English at Harvard University Louis Menand tells the story of Americ…
 
(4/16/21) The rapid changes brought on by COVID-19 have led to a major boom in remote working, leaving managers and employees scrambling to adjust. After experiencing the benefits of working from home, many companies, including Twitter and Google, have plans to incorporate telecommuting permanently. But as Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Admi…
 
(4/15/21) Despite Obama-era fantasies of a post-racial America, discrimination based on race remains a fundamental problem in all areas of our daily lives. In his new book Rich Thanks to Racism: How the Ultra-Wealthy Profit from Racial Injustice, civil rights attorney Jim Freeman reveals the hidden strategy behind systemic racism. Join us for a loo…
 
(4/14/21) As asserted in the New & Noteworthy section of the New York Times about Columbia University professor of nonfiction writing Phillip Lopate’s latest anthology The Golden Age of the American Essay: 1945-1970, “himself an excellent essayist, [Phillip] is also a leading curator of the form.” Focusing on this landmark era in American writing, …
 
(4/12/21) Marlon Peterson grew up in 1980s Crown Heights, raised by Trinidadian immigrants. In the aftermath of childhood trauma, he participated in a robbery that resulted in two murders. At the age of 19, Marlon served a 10-year prison sentence. While incarcerated, he immersed himself in anti-violence activism, education and prison abolition work…
 
(4/9/21) Shale gas extraction—commonly known as fracking—is often portrayed as an energy revolution that will transform the American economy and geopolitics. But in greater Williamsport, Pennsylvania, fracking is personal. NYU associate professor of sociology and environmental studies Colin Jerolmack’s new book Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracki…
 
(4/8/21) ProPublica reporter Alec MacGillis’s new book Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America is not another inside account from a former Amazon employee or exposé of the dominant company in the country. Rather, it is an investigation of the America that falls within Amazon’s growing shadow. As MacGillis shows, Amazon epitomizes a lan…
 
(4/7/21) For decades, a secret army of tax attorneys, accountants and wealth managers has been developing into the shadowy Wealth Defence Industry. These agents of inequality are paid big money to hide the fortunes of the richest 0.01 percent from the IRS. In his new book, The Wealth Hoarders: How Billionaires Pay Millions to Hide Trillions, Chuck …
 
(4/6/21) Regular contributor to the show Pete Muroski of Native Landscapes in Pawling, New York is an expert on just about anything you’d want in your garden. He also has a comprehensive knowledge of how to get the most out of your gardening experience while respecting the local ecosystem. In this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI, Pet…
 
(3/31/21) Universities play an outsized role in America’s cities. They bring diverse ideas and people together and they generate new innovations. But they also gentrify neighborhoods and exacerbate housing inequality in an effort to enrich their campuses and attract students. Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of American Studies at Trinity Co…
 
(3/30/21) What exactly is a flavor? Why are some so pleasing while others are not? William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University Rob Dunn’s new book Delicious: The Evolution of Flavor and How It Made Us Human, co-written with Monica Sanchez, is a foray into the heart of such questions. Join us for a look at human …
 
Hur ska man tänka kring träning under en graviditet? I det här avsnittet ringer vi upp experten och barnmorskan Maria Wigbrant som slår hål på många myter när det kommer till träning och graviditet. Vi pratar bland annat om att det inte finns något samband med ökad risk för missfall utan snarare bara en massa fördelar av att träna under sin gravidi…
 
(3/29/21) Harriet Tubman—no-nonsense, funny, prescient and strategically brilliant—was one of the most important conductors on the Underground Railroad. She hid the enslaved men, women and children she rescued in the basements of Martha Wright, a Quaker mother of seven and Frances Seward, wife of the man who would eventually become Lincoln’s Secret…
 
(3/26/21) The word "peacebuilding" evokes a story we've all heard over and over—violence breaks out, foreign nations are scandalized, peacekeepers and million-dollar donors come rushing in, warring parties sign a peace agreement and within months the situation is back to where it started. Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, Columbia …
 
(3/24/21) With vaccination levels rising and infection rates dropping, the dream of being able to gather together in public again seems to be getting closer every day. In this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI, Leonard and executive producer Jesse Lent take your calls on where you want to go, what you want to do and who you want to see…
 
(3/23/21) Investigative journalist Bob Hennelly’s writing has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Miami Herald, the Detroit Free Press along with dozens of other magazines and newspapers. In addition to his radio work for NPR and Richard Wolfe’s Economic Update, he is also a regular contribut…
 
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