A recent outbreak of illness and death has gotten everyone’s attention — including late-to-the-game regulators. But would a ban on e-cigarettes do more harm than good? We smoke out the facts.
On The Gist, Representative John Ratcliffe.In the interview, Mike talks to CIA whistleblower Jeffery Sterling about his CIA career, how he blew the whistle on a bungled covert operation in Iran in 2015, and his life after serving time. His new book is Unwanted Spy: The Persecution of an American Whistleblower. In the Spiel, Gordon Sondland. Slate Plus members get bonus segments and ad-free podcast feeds. Sign up now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Host Kevin O’Connor digs into the systems, structures and materials in our homes from unexpected angles. Why is the window the ultimate machine? What can Las Vegas teach us about lowering our water bills? How did the Great Chicago Fire change the way we f
This week’s episode was recorded live in Toronto, Canada at the Danforth Music Hall! The first case is “Larpe Diem” Then, the judge and bailiff rule on cases having to do with a cat litter box, a photo of college friend, and a shared YouTube account…
It’s a special episode of The C-Word! With each episode, Lena Dunham and Alissa Bennett take you on an historical deep-dive into the life of a woman society dismissed by calling her mad, sad, or just plain bad. Join them for a rich, hilarious, and heartbreaking look into exactly what it means when we call a woman “crazy”.In this episode: Sean Young got her big break when she was cast in Blade Runner at 22-years old. But after rumblings that she was “difficult to work with,” and troubling romantic rumors, her reputation plummeted. Lena and Alissa trace Sean’s career through her plea to play Catwoman to some ill-fated talk show appearances to Hollywood outcast.If you like what you hear, we invite you to join us for all episodes of The C-Word on the Luminary podcast app. Luminary Premium is the only place you’ll find all episodes of The C-Word, as well as other premium, ad-free shows you can’t hear anywhere else. Go to LuminaryPodcasts.com to learn more.
A rowdy breakfast radio show in Australia is turned upside down when a one-off prank call turns into a real life, on-air soap opera.
Time was that you’d bury a deceased relative in your yard; now it’s just weird. But it’s still legal – and if you want to do it, here’s how! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Netflix’s The Crown is back for season three, and it’s got a fresh polish in the form of a brand new cast playing the British royal family. This time out, the great Olivia Colman steps into Claire Foy’s sensible brown shoes as Queen Elizabeth. This season follows the Royals from the mid-60s to late 70s, as we watch them contend with both external events — labor strikes, a mine disaster, a possible coup — and with internal strife — Margaret’s wild ways, Charles coming-of-age, and the fact that Philip’s still the same insufferable prig he always was.
The drag queen, singer-songwriter and comedian joined Tom Power to talk about the ups and downs of drag superstardom, and her deep love of folk and country music.