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  1. Religion Without Doctrine2018/11/24
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  2. We've Had 30 Years Of Prozac. Why Are We Still Depressed? [Rebroadcast]2018/11/17
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  3. Writing Truth and Lies2018/11/10
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  4. Building A Better Ballot Box2018/11/03
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  5. Even Stranger Things [Rebroadcast]2018/10/27

    Did you know that the U.S. military has a long history of working with psychics to try to discover enemy secrets? We examine this history and take a deep dive into the paranormal.

    Guests:

    Joe McMoneagle , Annie Jacobson , Marge Bradley , Paul Selig , Tanya Luhrmann , Michael Shermer , Tiya Miles
  6. Discovering America's Black DNA [Rebroadcast]2018/10/20

    DNA tests are uncovering mixed bloodlines. For African Americans, this can be emotionally-charged. What do you do when you find out one of your direct ancestors was a slave owner? Does it open the door to new conversations about racial justice?

    Guests:

    Alex Gee , Erin Hoag , Annette Gordon-Reed , Anita Foeman
  7. Pick Your Poison2018/10/13

    Covert spies painting nerve agents on doorknobs? It's not the only way to poison someone. We hear stories of radioactive paint, formaldehyde-spiked baby formula, and a beautiful garden full of plants that could kill you.

    Guests: Deborah Blum , Kathryn Harkup , Amy Stewart , Kate Moore
  8. What's Wrong With Men? [Rebroadcast]2018/10/06

    The right-wing politics and bro culture of The Proud Boys is attracting young, white men nationwide. Founder Gavin McInnes believes “95% of American women” would be happier at home. Where does his vision of “being a man” fit in 2018?

    Guests:

    Gavin McInnes , Alexandra Hall , Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre , Warren Farrell , Ashanti Branch
  9. Listening to the City2018/09/29

    Cities can be cacophonous and loud, a chaos of sonic discord. If, that is, you don't really focus your listening. People who’ve trained their ears to hear urban soundscapes in new ways hear something different.

    Guests:

    David Rothenberg , David Haskell , Aaron Henkin , Wendel Patrick , Jennifer Stoever , Pierre Schaeffer , Vivienne Corringham
  10. Magical Thinking [Rebroadcast]2018/09/22

    "Magical thinking" gets a bad rap these days. It suggests losing your grip on reality or being so gullible that you'll believe anything - from ghosts to miracles. But what if magic isn't pure fantasy? Maybe it's the gateway to wonder.

    *Guests: * Nate Staniforth, Michael Muhammad Knight, Haleema Shah, Chloe Benjamin
  11. The Ways We Are Born — Again and Again2018/09/15
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  12. Rethinking David Foster Wallace2018/09/08

    On the tenth anniversary of his suicide, David Foster Wallace faces renewed criticism over his treatment of women, in his life and work. Fans and critics are re-reading his work, struggling to reconcile genius with misogyny.

    *Guests: * Clare Hayes-Brady, Colleen Leahy, Makini Allwood, David Foster Wallace, Amy Wallace-Havens
  13. What's Wrong With Work?2018/09/01

    It's not easy in America today to find work that matters, that’s meaningful, and that pays enough to live on. Which is the one thing we don’t talk about. What’s wrong with work — and how do we fix it?

    **Guests: ** Alissa Quart, David Graeber, James Livingston, Niki Okuk, Studs Terkel
  14. ICYMI: Our Invisible, Treacherous, Cynical, Wise, Miraculous World2018/08/27

    Haven’t listened in a while? In case you missed it, here's a sampling of what we’ve heard on the show recently.

    Shows featured:

    Our Invisible Universe

    Roadtrippin’

    What Is School For?

    Against Cynicism

    Loving Bees
  15. Could Psychedelic Drugs Save Your Life? [Rebroadcast]2018/08/25
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  16. The Einstein You Don't Know [Extra]2018/08/23

    There are the female scientists you can name, and the ones forgotten by history. Like Mileva Marić-Einstein. She might just have been more brilliant than Albert was — but we'll never know.

    Guests:

    Marie Benedict
  17. Striving To See in a Vast, Invisible Universe2018/08/18
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  18. Being Sincere in a Cynical World2018/08/11
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  19. Is Socialism Making a Comeback?2018/08/04
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  20. Loving Bees2018/07/28
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  21. Jeff Kripal at the Edge of Belief [Extra]2018/07/26

    Jeff Kripal is a highly original, even maverick, historian of religion. In this conversation — part of a collaboration with the LA Review of Books — Kripal takes Steve to where all the weird stuff we can’t explain lives ... or hides.

    Guests:

    Jeff Kripal
  22. Mind of a Terrorist [Rebroadcast]2018/07/21
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  23. Worshipping Waterfalls: The Evolution of Belief [Rebroadcast]2018/07/14
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  24. When Is A Road Trip Something More? [Rebroadcast]2018/07/07
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  25. In Search of "Real" Food2018/06/30
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  26. Is Guilt A Wasted Emotion?2018/06/23

    It creeps into everything: guilt that we're not good enough, fit enough, smart enough. As we peruse Instagram, all we see is the perfection of others reflecting our own failures back at us. Why do we spend so much time feeling guilty? Should we?

    Guests:

    Devorah Baum

    Lucas Mann

    Thomas Curran

    Stephen Greenblatt

    Susan Bandes
  27. Beyond the Echo Chamber [REBROADCAST]2018/06/16
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  28. Women Who Rule2018/06/09
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  29. Center of the World [REBROADCAST]2018/06/02

    Amidst economic devastation, producer Charles Monroe-Kane asks what it takes to survive in the Rust Belt.

    Guests:

    Min Jin Lee ,Jacqueline Woodson

    Interviews:

    Center of the World, Ohio ,What It Means To Be A Permanent Outsider ,Four Girls Growing Up In 'Another Brooklyn'
  30. What is School For? [REBROADCAST]2018/05/26
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To the Best of Our Knowledge
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To The Best Of Our Knowledge is a nationally-syndicated, Peabody award-winning public radio show that dives headlong into the deeper end of ideas. We have conversations with novelists and poets, scientists and software engineers, journalists and historians, filmmakers and philosophers, artists and activists — people with big ideas and a passion to share them.

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