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217 Ratings
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17

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Rank #1: The Inner-workings of the FBI: The VICE Podcast 038

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This week on the VICE podcast Reihan Salam sits down with Michael German, a 16-year veteran of the FBI, who recently joined the Brennan Center where he'll focus on law enforcement and intelligence oversight and reform, in the center's fight to advance effective national security policies that respect constitutional values and the rule of law. Today we chat with German about the way in which the FBI has changed since 9/11.

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Apr 09 2014
26 mins
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Rank #2: Eddie Huang on Fresh Off the Boat and More: VICE Podcast 003

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly unedited discussion where we go inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people we come across in the VICE universe. This week we talk to restaurateur and food personality Eddie Huang about his new book, Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir, the first season of his show Fresh Off the Boat, and what we can expect for season two.

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Apr 24 2013
53 mins
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Rank #3: Sex Work is Work: The VICE Podcast 035

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This week on the VICE podcast Reihan Salam sits down with Melissa Gira Grant, an independent journalist who has been writing and reporting on the sex industry for the past ten years. Grant recently authored a book, Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work, in which she calls for an overhaul in the way we think about sex work. Today, she chats with us about the history, the myths, and the criticisms of the sex industry and shares her perspective on how sex work is primarily about economic activity, and those who perform sexual labor shouldn't be criminalized or treated any differently than any other laborers trying to survive in our treacherous economic system.

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Mar 24 2014
49 mins
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Rank #4: Is Going to College Worth it?: VICE Podcast 031

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This week on the VICE Podcast, Reihan Salam sits down with Anya Kamenetz, a Schwartz fellow at New America, journalist, and author of Generation Debt, DIY U, and the forthcoming The Test. Reihan has an in-depth discussion with Anya about the current state of higher education in America.

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Mar 20 2014
58 mins
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Rank #5: Jeremy Scahill on "Dirty Wars" and U.S. National Security: VICE Podcast 009

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly discussion which delves inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people we know within the VICE universe. This week, we speak with Jeremy Scahill, national security correspondent for "The Nation," whose work covering America's special operations [forces] and targeted killings in Afghanistan, Yemen, and Somalia is chronicled in the recently released documentary, "Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield." As the U.S. continues to expand its use of covert counterterrorism measures worldwide, Scahill argues that far from making Americans safer, U.S. covert counterterrorism measures are in fact undermining national security.

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Jul 11 2013
59 mins
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Rank #6: Everything You Need to Know About Bitcoin: VICE Podcast 027

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This week on the VICE Podcast, Reihan Salam sits down with Jerry Brito, one of the leading experts on Bitcoin. Jerry is a senior research fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center and director of its Technology Policy Program. His research focuses on internet policy, copyright, and the regulatory process. Jerry was kind enough to walk us through the world of Bitcoin, the first decentralized digital currency that now has a few imitators.

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Feb 04 2014
1 hour 1 min
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Rank #7: Have We Won in Afghanistan? VICE Podcast 004

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly unedited discussion which delves inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people we know within the VICE universe. This week we speak with author and filmmaker Ben Anderson, who has just returned from another trip to Helmand, Afghanistan's most violent province. With US forces withdrawing, most of the country is now under the control of the Afghan government and its security forces. This, it is officially claimed, is victory. Ben, and his disturbing new Vice film "This is what winning looks like" would suggest otherwise. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 08 2013
48 mins
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Rank #8: Stoya on Gender Roles and More: VICE Podcast 005

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The VICE Podcast Show is a weekly unedited discussion in which we go inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people we come across. This week, host Reihan Salam talks to adult performer and VICE columnist Stoya about gender roles, homeschooling, safe sex, and the future of monogamy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
May 15 2013
1 hour
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Rank #9: Johnny Knoxville Talks About 'Bad Grandpa': VICE Podcast 021

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This week, VICE editor-in-chief Rocco Castoro speaks to Johnny Knoxville about his new film Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. In the movie, Johnny stars as the 86-year-old poon hound Irving Zisman. After Irving's wife dies, he drives his eight-year-old grandson across the country to see his father, playing pranks on unsuspecting people along the way. On the podcast, we talk to Johnny about why his family hates these stunts, the technical difficulties of filming pranks with hidden cameras, and what it felt like to have a camera shoved down his urethra after he broke his penis.

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Oct 30 2013
32 mins
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Rank #10: Stop Sending Your T-Shirts to Africa: The VICE Podcast 037

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This week on the VICE Podcast Reihan Salam sits down Nigerian-American journalist Dayo Olopade, to discuss her new book, The Bright Continent: Breaking Rules and Making Change in Modern Africa.

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Mar 28 2014
49 mins
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Rank #11: The Time Philadelphia Bombed Itself: VICE Podcast 018

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly discussion which delves inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people within the VICE universe. This week, Reihan Salam speaks with Jason Osder, the director and producer of "Let the Fire Burn," a documentary that takes aim at the 1985 standoff between the Philadelphia Police and MOVE, a black radical anarcho-primitivist organization. The confrontation precipitated in the firing of over 10,000 rounds of ammunition and the unprecedented decision by the police to drop a bomb onto an American suburb, which resulted in the deaths of eleven MOVE members and the destruction of over 60 homes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Oct 04 2013
50 mins
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Rank #12: What's Next in the Snowden Saga?: VICE Podcast 029

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This week on the VICE podcast, Reihan Salam moderates a debate regarding the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked classified NSA documents to journalists about the NSA surveillance programs, the first of which were revealed last June in the Guardian.

The guests today are Fred Kaplan, "War Stories" columnist for Slate and Edward R. Murrow press fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Ben Wizner, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Speech, Privacy & Technology Project, who also serves as Snowden's chief legal advisor. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Feb 28 2014
1 hour 16 mins
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Rank #13: The Men Behind 'The Interview'

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The following interview with the cast and creators of The Interview—Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Evan Goldberg—was conducted by VICE on December 9, two days before the world premiere of the film in Los Angeles. At that time, hackers calling themselves the "Guardians of Peace" had compromised SONY servers and leaked a trove of sensitive emails that exposed and embarrassed senior company officials. Nonetheless, the film was still on track to be released on Christmas Day. On December 16, a new threat from the hackers promised a 9/11-style attack if the film was released as planned, and within hours the major theater chains across the country withdrew their support of the film. With no distribution, SONY announced that they had no plan to release the film. Over the course of the following days, as SONY was pilloried in the media by high profile celebrities and politicians, including President Obama, for having caved in to the hackers, senior company officials were working behind-the-scenes to create an... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Jan 09 2015
23 mins
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Rank #14: Jonathan Lethem on Radical Politics in America: VICE Podcast 020

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly discussion that goes inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people within the VICE universe. This week, Reihan Salam speaks with Jonathan Lethem, whose most recent novel, Dissident Gardens, is an intimate story about American radicals that spans from McCarthyism to today's Occupy movement.

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Oct 24 2013
59 mins
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Rank #15: Greta Gerwig on Frances Ha and the Film Industry: VICE Podcast 007

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The VICE Podcast Show is a weekly unedited discussion in which we go inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people we come across. This week, host Eddy Moretti talks with actress Greta Gerwig about the film industry and her new film, Frances Ha, directed by Noah Baumbach. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Jun 06 2013
43 mins
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Rank #16: Marijuana-Policy Reform in 2014: VICE Podcast 026

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This week on the podcast, Reihan Salam sits down with Rebecca Richman Cohen, lecturer at Harvard Law School and an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker. Cohen's latest film, Code of the West, follows the political process of marijuana-policy reform in Montana, as well as the federal crackdown on medical-marijuana growers across the country.

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Jan 20 2014
58 mins
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Rank #17: Nic Refn on Ryan Gosling and "Only God Forgives": VICE Podcast 011

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The VICE Podcast is a weekly discussion which delves inside the minds of some of the most interesting, creative, and bizarre people within the VICE universe. This week, Eddy Moretti speaks with Nicolas Winding Refn, director of the new film, Only God Forgives, a polarizing work starring Ryan Gosling that explores the most primal and most depraved desires of human nature. Delving into the art and the act of genesis, Refn distills his filmmaking to the essentials of image, of pin-up. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Jul 19 2013
40 mins
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Rank #18: Richard Linklater on the Making of 'Boyhood'

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Richard Linklater is the filmmaker behind some of indie film's preeminent classics. His early break throughs, Slacker (1991) and Dazed and Confused (1993), captured and defined our generation more genuinely than had been done before, and perhaps since. Boyhood, out in theaters July 11, is true to Linklater form in its exploration of the nuances of youth and life. It was ambitiously shot over 12 years, following the upbringing of a boy from the age of six until his high school graduation. In this episode of VICE Meets, Reihan Salam and Linklater discuss the inspiration behind the film and his career. It also includes behind-the-scenes footage from throughout the film's production.

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Jan 16 2015
25 mins
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Rank #19: How Genes Affect Athletic Performance: VICE Podcast 032

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This week on the VICE Podcast, Reihan Salam sits down with David Epstein, former senior writer at "Sports Illustrated," reporter at ProPublica and author of "The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance." David and Reihan chat about the ways that human biological diversity impacts athletic ability, and how this understanding could affect the future of elite sports.

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Mar 20 2014
47 mins
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Rank #20: Adam Minter on the $500 Billion Scrap Industry: VICE Podcast 024

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This week on the VICE Podcast, Wilbert L. Cooper sits down with Adam Minter, an expert in the global economy of scrap and author of Junkyard Planet. Adam's unique perspective as an American who was raised on a family scrap yard offers uncanny insight into the world of scrap metal and how it impacts our lives from the devices we use to the air we breathe. Today he chats with us about the environmental, economic, and ethical issues surrounding the $500 billion international scrap industry.

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Jan 07 2014
46 mins
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