For 26 years, this award-winning show encouraged children to develop a love of reading. Now "Reading Rainbow" is back as a reading adventure app designed for iPad.
For 26 years, this award-winning show encouraged children to develop a love of reading. Now "Reading Rainbow" is back as a reading adventure app designed for iPad.
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Netflix vs Blockbuster - Sudden Death | 1. This is Episode 1 of an 8-part series on the brutal business battle between Netflix and Blockbuster, and later HBO.It all started around 1997, with a guy named Marc Randolph and his mathematician friend Reed Hastings. Randolph and Hastings knew they’d have to take on Blockbuster, but what they didn’t anticipate was that their business model would take on network television and eventually change the entire movie industry.This was an 8-year total war that left innumerable casualties in its wake: thousands of hollowed out buildings and economic losses in the billions.Support us by supporting our sponsors:ZipRecruiter - Post jobs on ZipRecruiter for FREE by visiting them at ZipRecruiter.com/BWSquarespace - Get 10% off your first website or domain when you enter code BW at checkout. Visit them at Squarespace.com to get going!
Federer vs Nadal - The Hothead | 1. In this series we explore the unique tennis rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal-- two very different players, both exceptional, in pursuit of perfection. Swiss-born Roger Federer was seemingly born with a racquet in his hand and at a young age he quickly masters the game, but what he needs to reach the top is to learn how to master his emotions. Meanwhile, Spaniard Rafael Nadal learns the game under the tutelage of his uncle Toni on the clay courts of Mallorca, where the decision to make him a left-handed player separates him early from his competition. Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mack Weldon - For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com and enter promo code SPORTSWARS at checkout!
The Global Philosopher: Should Borders Matter?. Michael Sandel explores the philosophical justifications made for national borders. Using a pioneering state-of-the-art studio at the Harvard Business School, Professor Sandel is joined by 60 participants from over 30 countries in a truly global digital space. Is there any moral distinction between a political refugee and an economic migrant? If people have the right to exit a country, why not a right to enter? Do nations have the right to protect the affluence of their citizens? And is there such a thing as a 'national identity'? These are just some of the questions addressed by Professor Sandel in this first edition of The Global Philosopher.Audience producer: Louise ColettaProducer: David EdmondsEditor: Richard Knight(Image taken by Rose Lincoln)
#138 — The Edge of Humanity. In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Yuval Noah Harari about his new book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century.” They discuss the importance of meditation for his intellectual life, the primacy of stories, the need to revise our fundamental assumptions about human civilization, the threats to liberal democracy, a world without work, universal basic income, the virtues of nationalism, the implications of AI and automation, and other topics. You can support the Making Sense podcast and receive subscriber-only content at SamHarris.org/subscribe.
Rank #1: Sex, Relationships, And Asian Daters. Esther Perel, Flemish-Belgian-Jewish-American Mash-Up and world-renowned expert on sex and relationships, sits down with Amy to discuss fetishes, why Americans are terrible at flirting and why we’re obsessed with “productive” sex — and we’re not talking about making babies. Also discussed: Amy’s “First Asian Rule” and Esther’s tips for having the best sex of our lives. We’re here for you, fam. Visit mashupamericans.com for more!
Rank #2: Hillary And Jonathan Sitting In A Tree. Hillary Frank of The Longest Shortest Time. Jonathan Menjivar of This American Life. You know their voices. You love their work. But did you know they are ALSO mash-up married? Hillary, a Russian-Jewish-American Mash-Up, and Jonathan, a Mexican-Salvadoran-American Mash-Up, joined Rebecca and Amy in the studio for their first-ever interview as a couple. We talked parenting, chanclas, Gael Garcia Bernal, latkes, and what it feels like when your insides don’t match your outside. Mash-Up HQ: Where America Goes For Therapy. Visit mashupamericans.com for more!
Rank #1: Gentrification. On Being Black Gentrifiers: Both Brooklyn transplants, Brittany and Eric parse their roles as black gentrifiers in their borough's rapidly changing landscape. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Get Out. B & E dissect the new hit horror film from Jordan Peele, Get Out. We’ll dive into the way the film explores white supremacy, plays with point of view in horror films, and highlights the Black body. Show Notes : https://tab.bz/o3rk9 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #1: "I Knew that I Had a Voice". Comedian Hari Kondabolu talks about turning the tough issues of our time into laugh-out-loud jokes. From community organizer to "Mainstream American Comic," (his 2nd comedy album, out now), Kondabolu's career path tracks with some of our country's most trying, modern times -- tackling racism, sexism, and social justice along the way. So, is it okay to laugh?Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2nkax9iDiscover more podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa* ABOUT AMNA NAWAZ: Amna Nawaz is ABC News' digital anchor and an Emmy-award winning journalist who has reported from across the U.S. and around the world. Amna launched "Uncomfortable" to tackle the issues that divide our country, and to better understand how we move past them.Amna on Twitter: http://abcn.ws/2m4DuF6Amna on Instagram: http://abcn.ws/2mLRYyb
Rank #2: "The Best Leaders Figure Out Where the Country Wants to Go". Amna and Matt Dowd, ABC News' chief political analyst, talk about the power of political campaigns in America and the change they can bring, both good and bad. Dowd lays out his ideas for how the country can move forward, detailed in his new book, "A New Way."Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2nkax9iDiscover more podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa* ABOUT AMNA NAWAZ: Amna Nawaz is ABC News' digital anchor and an Emmy-award winning journalist who has reported from across the U.S. and around the world. Amna launched "Uncomfortable" to tackle the issues that divide our country, and to better understand how we move past them.Amna on Twitter: http://abcn.ws/2m4DuF6Amna on Instagram: http://abcn.ws/2mLRYyb
Rank #1: Ep 2 Complexion. This episode is a literal discussion of skin color- the range of visual nuances of appearances that we consider "Black", how those divisions came to be and their many implications. From the paper bag test and one drop rule to Rachel Dolezal, who is Black and why?
Rank #2: Ep 4 Brothers in Arms. From the birth of this nation until today, this episode explores the complexities of life as a soldier of color in the US.
Rank #1: THIRTEENTH STOP: The Doylestown Bookshop, Doylestown, PA with Lisa Scottoline.. This week on Book Tour with John Grisham: The last event! Grisham completes his first book tour in 25 years with a wide-ranging and hilarious conversation with New York Times bestselling author and fellow lawyer, Lisa Scottoline.
Rank #2: ROOSTER BAR TOUR: First stop: Brooklyn, NY. . On this episode of BOOK TOUR WITH JOHN GRISHAM: Grisham has his first Brooklyn event at the historic St. Ann’s Church with fellow novelists Amor Towles (A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW) and Emma Straub (THE VACATIONERS), hosted by Emma’s independent bookstore, Books are Magic.
Rank #1: Episode 87 | Life Mottos. This week, Pat has FOMO and Fran invents a Life Motto Generator™. Have a question or just wanna say hey? Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter – @lastname_basis #LastNameBasis Website – lastnamebasis.com This episode features royalty free music from incompetech.com Thanks to Justin Locs for our amazing theme music! Last Name Basis is part of the BRIC RADIO family – @BRICRadio
Rank #2: Episode 98 | Sick Burn. This week, Fran and Pat are mid-glow up. Have a question or just wanna say hey? Email us! email@example.com Twitter – @lastname_basis #LastNameBasis Website – lastnamebasis.com This episode features royalty free music from incompetech.com Thanks to Justin Locs for our amazing theme music! Last Name Basis is part of the BRIC RADIO family – @BRICRadio
Rank #1: Ep. 6 - Checking In, Again…Again. Marabel checks in with the neighborhood gals on their Complete Woman journeys. They practice roleplaying some common relationship scenarios, but things get frisky when a few very special guests crash their meeting. With: Amanda Lund, Stephanie Allyne, Angela Trimbur, Maria Blasucci, Mark McConville, Matt Gourley, James Bladon
Rank #2: Ep. 5 - The Masculine Mind. Marabel opens up about her nagging habit, and how she quit cold turkey. Then, she puts on her lab coat and reveals the differences between woman and men with cutting edge scientific experiments (and Mr. Goodbars). With: Amanda Lund, Kate Berlant, Andy DeYoung
Rank #1: Dirty Minds: Sex in Prince's Music. Actress Kristin Chenoweth, Ben, and Aaron all share their stories of meeting Prince (Special thanks to the Little Known Facts podcast). Plus, the Greenman brothers discuss sex in Prince's music and compete in a fun, new segment called "Guess the review!" For more on DIG IF YOU WILL THE PICTURE, visit princepod.com. This Week's Sponsors: Visit onpurple.com and use the promo code ROYALPRINCE. Visit MackWeldon.com and the promo code DIG.
Rank #2: Baby, He's a Star: A Snapshot of Fandom. Anil Dash, tech entrepreneur and Prince enthusiast, shares his experiences with fandom. Plus, Ben and Aaron Greenman discuss the first Prince record they ever bought and the worst album covers. Learn more about Ben's new book, DIG IF YOU WILL THE PICTURE, at www.princepod.com Our sponsor this week is Purple. Go to onpurple.com and use the promo code “ROYALPRINCE."
Rank #1: Episode 3: This Wish Has Wings. When Brody wished for a pet dragon, his parents had their doubts. But Make-A-Wish brushed away their concerns saying, "let's just see what we can do." A story of believing in the impossible.
Rank #2: Episode 2: Something For Everyone. Every wish granted by Make-A-Wish is as unique as the child that receives that wish. The goal is to design a wish that’s not too big, not too small, but just right for every child. And sometimes what’s right is pretty straightforward. Other times it’s big. Like really big.
Rank #1: 2: "The Lighthouse Keeper" by Daisy Johnson. The story of a solitary life by the sea, and a woman’s courage. "The Lighthouse Keeper" is part of FEN: STORIES, available from Graywolf Press. Thanks to our presenting sponsor Audible. Start your free trial and get a free audiobook at audible.com/levar.
Rank #2: 3: "Empty Places" Part One by Richard Parks. An accomplished thief is approached by a wizard who wants to send him on an unusual mission. The two embark on a journey together, matching wits along the way. "Empty Places" was collected in FANTASY: THE BEST OF THE YEAR (2005). Thanks to our presenting sponsor Audible. Start your free trial and get a free audiobook at audible.com/levar.
Rank #1: S02|E01: How To Catch A Mouse. Dot loses her dog. Mark gets scolded. Karen spies on her neighbors. Someone is up to something. Josh tries to reconcile timelines. Ellen catches a mouse.Starring:Lori Snyder as DotNina Innsted as BonnieJeff Powell as MarkSara Stapleton as Karen/HerselfSara Beth Poole as EllenAlyse Braaten as LeslieChris Green as DavidJosh Hallmark as HimselfMusic by:MartiBroke For Freewww.behindtheoven.wordpress.com
Rank #2: S02|E02: I Can't Wait To Get Over The Wall. Helena reconnects with an old friend. Someone is having a really bad day. Ellen wants free firewood. Ants! Ellen leaves something behind. Josh finds something alarming. Where's Leslie?Starring:Adrienne Hardison as HelenaJosh Hallmark as HimselfCindy Packer as ???????Sara Beth Poole as EllenJeff Powell as MarkChris Green as DavidAlyse Braaten as LeslieMusic by:Grandma PatJulie Maxwell's Piano Musicwww.behindtheoven.wordpress.com
Rank #1: #54 MeTooRemastered: Be Careful With Us. Amber and Jazmine have been doing the absolute most this month. Not only have they been traveling across the country for work and play, but Jazmine woke up early one morning to conquer evil and it wasn't even Easter yet. This week we talk about how differences in Black liberation practices are showing up in the Movement for Black Lives, why Howard University needs to pay what they owe, and how Black women continue to go first and show us what liberation looks in real life! Remember, just because white have lost it, doesn't mean we have to, Black folks.
Rank #2: #52 Jabari Gang Gang. Your fav news and politics podcast #BlackJoyMixtape went to see Black Panther and got inspired to talk about how our communities have Wakanda potential, but white people are really trying to ruin this for us with gentrification, harvest boxes without actual harvests, and compromising our access to clean water and food. But all is not lost, we still prevailed over triflin exes and saw an ill pre screening of Giants. Make sure you follow along using the hashtag, #BlackJoyMixtape. And don't forget to share, rate, follow, and subscribe!
Rank #1: Going to Work. In this episode, we'll hear from Erin, and her live TV news “trial by fire”; from Monica, a cruise ship actor who can't swim; Jon, who abandons science for adventure, and Tobin, who deals with the aftermath of an animal hit by a car. Subscribe to Everyday Bravery in... Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RadioPublic Google Podcasts- Pocket Casts TuneIn RSS
Rank #2: Starting Over. Sometimes in life, you can’t fix what’s broken or replace what’s lost. When you hit a wall, starting over takes acts of everyday bravery. Meet a family that never gave up after losing a dad who gave them everything; Brendan, a travel writer whose drinking had to hit rock bottom before he could climb mountains; and Urvashi, who was brave enough to challenge medical experts about an illness that almost put her out of business. Subscribe to Everyday Bravery in... Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RadioPublic Google Podcasts Pocket Casts TuneIn RSS
Rank #1: 4: "Wolf in the Fold". The whole crew discusses TOS episode "Wolf in the Fold," which we've identified as one of the worst Trek episodes for women. Hosts Andi, Sue, Grace, and Jarrah Editor Jarrah Contact Us www.womenatwarp.com @womenatwarp facebook.com/womenatwarp firstname.lastname@example.org Support the Show www.patreon.com/womenatwarp
Rank #2: 114: Queer Interpretation of Trek. The crew discusses the history of queercoding in Hollywood, and the more recent phenomenon of queerbaiting, then examines Star Trek for signs of each. We also share the characters that we interpret as queer and what positive representation can mean for a community or individual. HOSTS Grace, Andi, Jarrah, and Sue EDITOR Andi Send us your feedback! Email: email@example.com Twitter/Instagram: @womenatwarp Facebook: http://facebook.com/womenatwarp Support the Show: http://www.patreon.com/womenatwarp Find more from the Roddenberry Podcast Network at http://podcasts.roddenberry.com
Rank #1: 2: #2: How Did Independent Bookstores Avoid Going Extinct?. In this episode, we look at the remarkable turnaround in independent bookstores in the U.S. After thousands closed from 1995 to 2008, over the last decade more bookstores are setting up shop...and staying open. How did it happen? And will it continue? This episode is sponsored by: Before the Fall by Noah Hawley Less by Andrew Sean Greer You can keep up with Annotated between episodes with photos, facts, and trivia on Instagram (@annotatedfm) and Twitter (@annotatedfm). This episode was written and produced by Jeff O’Neal and directed by Jeremy Desmon. Sound editing and design by Kyle O’Neal. Special production assistance from Sharifah Williams, Blair Anderson and Rita Meade. Our thanks to Josh Christie of Print: A Bookstore in Portland, Maine, Oren Teicher of the American Booksellers Association, Prof Ryan Rafaelli of Harvard’s Business School and Noelle Santos of The Lit Bar, coming soon to The Bronx.Follow Annotated on Instagram!
Rank #2: 3: #3: The World's Most Glamorous Librarian. In this episode: the life of Belle da Costa Greene, the most glamorous and influential librarian in early 20th Century America, who kept a life-long secret that would have ended her career. This episode is sponsored by: Careers for Women by Joanna Scott Blame by Jeff Abbott You can keep up with Annotated between episodes with photos, facts, and trivia on Instagram (@annotatedfm) and Twitter (@annotatedfm). Special thanks to: Andrea Mays, author of The Millonaire & The Bard Heidi Ardizzone, author of An Illuminated Life This episode was written and produced by Jeff O’Neal and directed by Jeremy Desmon. Sound editing and design by Kyle O’Neal. Special production assistance by Rita Meade. ___________________________ You can subscribe to Annotated in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or in your podcast player of choice. Follow Annotated on Instagram!