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5 Minute Bible5 Minute Bible

Short reflections on Bible passages by Tim Bulkeley. Tim teaches in Seminar...

 
Movies You May Have MissedMovies You May Have Missed

What is your favorite film that NONE of your friends have seen? Tell us! ...

 
The LondoneerThe Londoneer

Exploration and adventure in London and beyond!

 
Silent CacophonySilent Cacophony

Chase March is an elementary school teacher, a writer, a hip-hop historian,...

 


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Managing editor Dana Wollman and senior editor Devindra Hardawar join host Terrence O'Brien to talk about the week's biggest tech news, including Nike's new self-lacing shoes, Netlix's offline mode and "yelfies." Then they...

Australia's Westfield ultramarathon had a surprising entrant in 1983: a 61-year-old potato farmer named Cliff Young who defied all expectations to win the 500-mile race against a field of professional runners. In today's show we'll learn about Cliff'...

Thanksgiving is not just for turkey.  In honor of Thanksgiving and the upcoming holiday season, this week on the MashReads Podcast we discuss the books we're thankful for and why. You know, those books that we not only enjoyed but also shaped us...

In 1912, bookseller Wilfrid Voynich discovered an illustrated manuscript that was written in a mysterious alphabet that had never been seen before. The text bears the hallmarks of natural language, but no one has ever been able to determine its meani...

In this episode of the YANSS Podcast, we sit down with legendary science historian James Burke, who returns to the show to explain his newest project, a Connections app that will allow anyone to search and think “connectively” when explor...

Now that Boars, Gore, and Swords has switched to full coverage of HBO's Westworld, they've returned to their schedule of posting episodes following that night's airing. For this week's "Contrapasso," Ivan and Red are joined by comedian Allison Mick t...

This week on HOME: Stories From L.A., a member of the Boing Boing Podcast Network: Color slides were once the state of the art in family photography -- vibrant, immersive, ubiquitous. So ubiquitous, in fact, that millions, maybe billions of the...