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No Stupid Questions

Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher

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Research psychologist Angela Duckworth (author of "Grit") and tech and sports executive Mike Maughan really like to ask people questions, and they believe there’s no such thing as a stupid one. So they have a podcast where they can ask each other as many “stupid questions” as they want. New episodes each week. "No Stupid Questions" is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network. Join the Freakonomics Radio Plus membership program for weekly member-only episodes of Freakonomics Radio. You’ ...
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Cal Newport is a computer science professor and a New York Times bestselling author who writes about the impact of technology on society, and the struggle to work and live deeply in a world increasingly mired in digital distractions. On this podcast, he answers questions from his readers and offers advice about cultivating focus, productivity, and meaning amidst the noise that pervades our lives.
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One guest. One topic. Many questions. Reason’s Liz Wolfe and Zach Weissmueller put a current event, trend, or idea under the microscope and analyze it at length with help from an outside guest who knows a thing or two about it. We don’t have all the answers, but we do have lots of questions.
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Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself.
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I’m Matt Stadlen and for almost 20 years I’ve been talking to and interviewing public figures from around the world. In this series I’ll be interviewing famous names from every walk of life and with a big range of views, politics and perspectives. Every guest will get 20 questions, and I hope that you’ll have a better sense of each of them by the end of their interview.
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An oddly numbered interview podcast, asking different people from different ways of life the same set of 99 curated questions. Interesting questions. Interesting people. Hosted by Bob Buel. 99questionspod@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/99questions/support
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Carine Bécard revient avec une personnalité politique sur les principaux thèmes qui ont fait l’actualité de la semaine. Deux heures pour commenter les grands faits de société. Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
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'Will my bacon sandwich kill me?', 'Is vaping better than smoking?', 'How do you become an astronaut?' - just some of the Big Questions we ask some of the brightest minds behind Oxford science. Join us in each podcast as we explore a different area of science.
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Après les best-sellers "Kilomètre Zéro" et "Respire ! Le Plan est toujours parfait", Maud Ankoua et les éditions Eyrolles lancent le podcast "Ces questions que tout le monde se pose". Tous les quinze jours, découvrez un nouvel épisode qui questionne nos émotions et leurs messages, mais surtout le bonheur véritable – et comment l’atteindre.
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This show asks all the tough hard hitting questions other show are way too scared to ask.Host Jeff Scheen along with his trusty side kick Tim McLaughlin grill guests and get to the bottom of what’s really going on in life, love, and the pursuit of happiness.
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WAMC's Friday quiz segment, Any Questions?, puts news director Ian Pickus in the hot seat, as he and listeners field questions from resident quizzer Mike Nothnagel. Nothnagel is Associate Professor of mathematics at The Culinary Institute of America, and a crossword constructor for the New York Times and Games Magazine, among other outlets. Often, Mike and Ian switch seats or feature guest answerers, such as Will Shortz, Liane Hansen, John Flansburgh and Mike Doughty. Any Questions? airs Fri ...
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Three Questions Podcast is a 15-minute podcast where we answer three questions on each episode and spend 5-minutes on each. You submit them, we research and answer to the best of our ability and perspective. Designed to help you masterfully navigates the eerie canals of this life. Learn, grow, share, adapt. Submit your questions at: www.ckcollective.co
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De Titanic au Parain, Le ciné en questions c’est le podcast qui répond à toutes les questions que vous vous posez sur vos films préférées. Idéal pour pouvoir briller en société ! Découvrez aussi Les Séries en question et La TV en questions.
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The premise of this podcast is to discuss questions that come to people's minds whether it's very mundane or extremely strange. This is for those who listen to the world and question what they have heard, for those who find themselves in a state of curiosity. You are invited to join us; come with questions that have no correct answers.
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Have you ever wondered why you are here on this earth? Do you have questions about God, Jesus or religion in general? During each episode, we will answer your Bible questions and give you answers directly from the Bible. We will also give you the book, chapter and verses to reference and read for yourself.
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Volley.FM presents Questions Kids Ask Questions Kids Ask is the perfect short, daily podcast for those parents with inquisitive kids and anyone who loves to hear the science behind questions like "What is a black hole?" "Where is the moon in the daytime? " These types of questions are exactly what Questions Kids Ask is here to help you answer. Kid-friendly and full of science fun for the whole family
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Cry Havoc! Ask Questions Later takes place two years after Julius Caesar failed to beware the Ides of March and got stabbed to death by a band of well-wishers. Now the assassins have been rounded up and slaughtered in battle, so we can all breathe a sigh of relief. But who’s in charge now? With things on the verge of absolute collapse, the cool and calculating Cleopatra, the Queen of the Nile, has swung by for an extended visit. She’s eager to renew an alliance with Rome by any means necessa ...
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Welcome to a brand new podcast by Gresham College called Any Further Questions? This is a podcast where we sit down with one of our speakers for an in-depth candid discussion on the lecture they just gave. Due to our strict 1 hour lecture time, we get tons of questions from our online and in-person audience that go unanswered. This is the place they are answered.
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Award-Winning Author and Editor Shawn Reilly Simmons gets to know her guests by asking Five Compelling Questions (plus a few bonus ones) about the writing life. Topics include finding inspiration, staying motivated, writing as a career, staying sane during the creative process, and balancing fictional and real life.
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Charlie Bird and Ben Schilaty discuss questions they are commonly asked as gay members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Each week they are joined by a guest to talk about a question as it relates to LGBTQ+ topics within the context of faith. To submit a question or share a comment about an episode, you can email questionsfromthecloset@gmail.com.
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Questions: We Don't Have Answers

Donovan Grant and Harrison Chute

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Hosts Donovan Grant and Harrison Chute seek to attack life’s most frustrating queries head-on in an effort to reach the much sought-after egalitarian society through the most simple yet difficult forms of education: communication!
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One of the most common strategies for achieving a powerful ideal lifestyle vision is to leverage entrepreneurial activities to find a stable source of income that allows autonomy and flexibility. To help understand how to succeed in such ventures, Cal interviews the entrepreneur and author Noah Kagan about his new book, "The Million Dollar Weekend.…
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durée : 00:54:31 - Questions politiques - Frédéric Valletoux, le ministre délégué chargé de la Santé et de la Prévention, était l'invité de Questions politiques ce dimanche. Les patients qui ne se présentent pas à leurs rendez-vous médicaux devraient payer une pénalité financière. "Une manière de marquer le coup", selon le ministre.…
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durée : 00:53:45 - Questions d'islam - par : Ghaleb Bencheikh - Qui a le droit de s'exprimer en religion? Quels sont les ordres qui régissent le domaine de l'expression : ce qui se dit et ne se dit pas, ce qui se laisse voir et ce qu'on retire au regard, ce qui se pense ou ne peut se penser ? - invités : Hamadi Redissi Professeur à la Faculté de dr…
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The man who became famous for bringing the latest developments and inventions in tech to BBC audiences is now, arguably, less famous than his rescue dog, Sophie from Romania. Here Rory Cellan-Jones explains this canine phenomenon, describes the impact of Parkinson's on his life, discusses the future of technology and the reach of AI, contemplates w…
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What’s the best way to carry out random acts of kindness? What’s wrong with making an “Irish exit”? And why is Mike secretly buying lottery tickets? SOURCES: Roy Baumeister, social psychologist and visiting scholar at Harvard University. Daniel Gilbert, professor of psychology at Harvard University. John Gottman, professor emeritus of psychology at…
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In this final installment of our series on Prophecy, Alan walks us through why God removes nations in the world and what we can learn about it. In this episode, we discuss: The guidelines that God gave to mankind to test whether prophecy is from Him or from a false prophet How the ability to see into the future is not a gift God shared with us How …
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Cette semaine, Le monde en questions revient sur la situation dans le territoire sécessionniste de Moldavie, la Transnistrie. Une région qui s’est autoproclamée indépendante et qui est très proche de Moscou. Et la question posée est la suivante : ce territoire peut-il devenir un nouveau pôle de tensions entre la Russie de Vladimir Poutine et l’Occi…
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On this week's episode of Tough Questions the boys have on Molly Brenner. Molly does her best to gives As to Jeff's TQs but struggles on some. This is a really fun episode. We hope you really enjoy it. Ask Your Own Question Sign Up for The Patreon HERE! www.patreon.com/ToughQuestions Follow Jeff https://www.instagram.com/newyorkjeffrey/ Follow Tim …
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SPONSORED BY: The Patrons of the program at patreon.com/nodumbquestions STUFF IN THIS EPISODE: Arsenic and Old Lace Pirates of Penzance by Ray Stevens Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan Teddy Roosevelt The Office “That’s What She Said” Tumbleweeds cartoon strip and play Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis Bad Auditions by Bad Actors The Drugst…
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Calling all history buffs! “Significant Others” with Liza Powel O’Brien is a scripted history podcast that tells a story you might not know about a person you probably do. Season 2 just launched, and the season premiere explores how Benedict Arnold might never have turned on his country were it not for his wife, Peggy, who influenced his betrayal. …
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Bryan Johnson made his fortune when he sold his company Braintree to PayPal for $800 million, netting about $300 million for himself. He spends about $2 million a year creating a system to reverse his "biological age." He's 46 years old, chronologically, but claims he's de-aged himself following a program he's branded "the Blueprint protocol." "I w…
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This week we have a final chat with Dr. Emma Southon about what actually happened with the infamous Proscriptions. Content Notes: Spoilers for Cry Havoc! Ask Questions Later SFX: crowds Directed by Amani Zardoe Produced by Lowri Ann Davies Executive Producers Alexander J Newall & April Sumner Featuring David K Barnes, Amani Zardoe, Dr. Emma Southon…
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Dr. Harvey Castro, celebrated as "Best Doctor" by D Magazine for nine straight years, is an esteemed physician, healthcare innovator, and author. Overcoming a challenging upbringing, he's now a leading medical voice, known for his book "Success Reinvention" and for founding Trusted Medical. His career spans roles from an Army dental assistant to an…
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Prime Minister's Question Time, also referred to as PMQs, takes place every Wednesday the House of Commons sits. It gives MPs the chance to put questions to the Prime Minister or a nominated minister.In most cases, the session starts with a routine 'open question' from an MP about the Prime Minister's engagements. MPs can then ask supplementary que…
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You might have seen them in a hotel. You might have read about them in the news. Maybe you’ve seen them star in social media videos filmed on the London underground. But should we really be worried about bed bugs? The little critters evolved from feeding on bats and birds to humans thousands of years ago and were part of society for hundreds of yea…
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In every episode of "12 Steps & 12 Questions" I ask each guest the same twelve questions about their life, addiction and recovery. In this episode Dee speaks about manipulating men to fund her habit, takes us inside a crack house, and celebrates the freedom of having made amends to all her family. New episodes drop on Wednesdays! - Silvio D 12steps…
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Ep. 66 - Three Questions Podcast Questions submitted by: Cam King What is purpose? What's the best way to start work in the morning? What is the #1 Thing To Do At Night Three Questions Podcast is a 15-minute podcast where we answer three questions on each episode and spend 5-minutes on each. You submit them, and we research and answer to the best o…
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Every five years, we put a cross on a piece of paper – and put it in a ballot box. It’s a democratic right. A civic duty. An opportunity to have a say on what matters to us in our communities. 2024 is a big year for elections. Because more of us than ever before will be going to the polls around the globe. In the US. The UK. India. Taiwan. Mexico. …
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Honor and respect. These seem like simple enough words but try and find them actively functioning in everyday life and you will find that they are surprisingly rare. As we speculate about why this is, we may conclude that we as a social order simply don’t perceive a need for them. The further we go down the road of each of us primarily answering to…
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Dive into the intricacies of love and morality with JAG and TLeake. In the spirit of February, the month synonymous with matters of the heart, we tackle Al Green's provocative statement: Love is something that can make you do wrong. Join us as we embark on a thought-provoking journey through Philia, Eros, Storge, and Agape—four distinct types of lo…
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This week the guys look at four examples of media covering real world issues and historical events. Green Lantern/Green Arrow, Amazing Spider-Man, Futurama and the 2013 Mark Wahlberg film Patriot's Day are all featured. To write in, e-mail us at qnoanswers@gmail.com!
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On this episode, we take a break from the thrills of therapy and self exploration to talk celebrities, try out a new gadget and get extra silly because it is the first EVER Silly Saturday! Figure out how T-Pain, Will Smith, Kim Kardashian and a couple others get brought into the conversation. Thank you NEQ team Website: https://notenoughquestions.b…
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In this episode of "Start with Questions," host Ann Marsh Rutledge and guest Bo Adams from the Mount Vernon School highlight "Collider," a professional learning event at Mount Vernon School. It brings external conference benefits in-house, fostering collaboration among faculty and staff. Themes like purpose-based learning and artificial intelligenc…
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(Red band) – All brain types are welcome to join in as I sit confer and hypothesize with professional neurodivergence mental health expert, and lowkey nerd and Dr. Matthew Zakreski. This we unpack the BIG QUESTIONS: Money V Happiness? Toy Story reality Vs afterlife in CoCo? What constitutes a fulfilling life? And finally Doritos Vs Pringles! All th…
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What can we expect or what has the market done with regards to returns during presidential election years? After talking with clients the first couple of months, it’s clear that this is going to be a crazy year. That’s not uncommon during election years but this one seems to be setting up for unprecedented craziness. Here’s some of what we discuss …
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In this episode of the Pooky Ponders Podcast, I delve into the transformative journey of unmasking for masked autistics. I share personal insights and strategies drawn from my own experiences and those of my daughters, Lyra and Ellie, guiding listeners through the liberating process of self-discovery. This episode is a treasure trove of practical a…
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Finally, the host becomes...the guest! Bob Buel (host of '99 Questions') is a guy who decided to start an oddly numbered interview podcast 4 years ago. But today, super special guest host Isla Hinck (co-founder of 'Easy Allies', musician, producer) gives a ninety-nine question interview to that guy who has hosted this show the previous ninety-eight…
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Why is 'Oumuamua shaped like a cigar? How much do we know about where it came from? What has discovering 'Oumuamua done for the scientific community moving forward? These and many more questions were put to Professor Chris Lintott for episode 6 of our new series! This podcast followed his lecture ‘'Oumuamua: Our First Interstellar Visitor’ which wa…
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After a bitter election, a new government takes power in Poland promising to de-politicise the state. But after courts are ignored, key people are sacked and opposition politicians are arrested in the Presidential Palace, is democracy being restored or undermined?Jonny Dymond chairs a panel of leading politicians as they debate the big issues put t…
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