Serial’s Sarah Koenig investigates the story of Kris Kringle, an elf who allegedly leaves presents in people’s homes.

More Finale and Book 4 Discussion - "From the Spirit World" Podcast #155
  • More Finale and Book 4 Discussion - "From the Spirit World" Podcast #155
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More Finale and Book 4 Discussion - “From the Spirit World” Podcast #155

The finale discussion continues, and Book 4 is evaluated as a whole as Dylan is joined by Delaney, Ben, Mel, and Brit. Topics include Korrasami’s build-up the past two seasons, how the finale functions as a season and series finale, and whether Kuvira or Zaheer was a better villain.

This podcast 2 hours and 33 minutes long.

In which we play Six Degrees of Lila Cheney; Cannonball gets a makeover; Earth does not in fact blow up; the X-Men like their s’mores with thinly veiled allegories; and Magik dabbles in erotic friend fiction.


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  • Annuals
  • New Mutants Annual #1 (Steal This Planet)
  • Lila Cheney
  • Both versions of Cats Laughing
  • The Vrakanain
  • Chris Claremont Book Club
  • Uncanny X-Men Annual #8 (The Adventures of Lockheed the Space Dragon and His Pet Girl Kitty)
  • Some dubious campfire games
  • Illyana’s Space Opera
  • Space pirate X-Men
  • Some long-awaited resolution

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December has been a crazy month for us - Caroline ( astrolatte ) got sick, Michele ( royaldoe ) got busy, but we didn’t want to leave you guys hanging before the holidays. This week is the mailbag episode that was supposed to be in last week’s episode, but got cut for time. Love us? Hate us? Want us to actually stick to a consistent recording schedule? Send us all your feelings at!

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EP #16 Hot Tamagotchis & Sing-A-Longs
  • EP #16 Hot Tamagotchis & Sing-A-Longs
  • Tyler Oakley & Korey Kuhl
  • Psychobabble

Follow the adventures of Tyler and Korey. This week, the boys recap their latest YouTube conventions, award shows, and celeb sightings. Which stars joined their Selena sing-a-long? Where have they been biting the booty? Hop on this journey as they reveal the best Slumber Party onesies, Tyler’s celebrity stalker, and the next destination on their plane ticket. Listen to the full episode HERE!

H*40: Abuse and How Its Various Forms Are Normalized

For this week’s podcast we’re talking about abuse and how its various forms are normalized in society. From the fact that counseling and psychiatry have racist/sexist/ableist views baked in the cake to gaslighting; abusive behavior is normalized and very often marginalized people are the ones who bear the brunt. We also address signs of abuse in relationships, and in the context of family life as well.

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The Cold War is over. Cuba’s government is communist, but so are the governments of China and Vietnam, both of which have deep ties to the U.S. The 11 million people of Cuba, as well as all of us here, deserve an open connection as neighbors, based on equality, grounded in peace.

Amy Goodman in her latest column, “Obama and the Beginning of the End of the Cuban Embargo.”

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Series Finale Discussion - "From the Spirit World" Podcast #154
  • Series Finale Discussion - "From the Spirit World" Podcast #154
  • Dongbu Feng

Series Finale Discussion - “From the Spirit World” Podcast #154

Both episodes of the series finale are discussed in-depth as Dylan is joined by Mel, Jeff, Ally, Delaney, and Sam. Topics include Korrasami, Korra and Kuvira’s talk in the episode, and whether this finale is better than Book 3’s.

This podcast is 3 hours and 12 minutes long. (!)

Alan Turing, mathematician and computer scientist
  • Alan Turing, mathematician and computer scientist
  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography podcast: Alan Turing, mathematician and computer scientist

Turing’s progress seemed assured: a distinguished degree in 1934 was followed by a fellowship of King’s in 1935 and a Smith’s prize in 1936 for work on probability theory, and he might then have seemed on course for a successful career as a mildly eccentric King’s don engaged in pure mathematics; but his uniqueness of mind drove him in a direction none could have foreseen. By 1933 he had introduced himself to Russell and Whitehead’s Principia mathematica and so to the arcane area of mathematical logic. However, many questions had by then been raised about how truth could be captured by formalism. K. Gödel had shattered Russell’s picture by showing the existence of true statements about numbers which could not be proved by the formal application of rules of deduction. In 1935 the topologist M. H. A. Newman introduced Turing to a question which still lay open: the question of decidability, the Entscheidungsproblem. Did there exist a definite method or process by which all mathematical questions could be decided?

The story of Alan Turing is one of over 200 episodes available from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography’s podcast archive. New episodes are released every second Wednesday.

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Deconstructing the Grinch
  • Deconstructing the Grinch
  • Stuff to Blow Your Mind

Find out why the Grinch had the personality of a toadstool sandwich, with arsenic sauce. Robert and Julie explore the physiology of the Green One, not to mention his self-imposed social isolation, which may have contributed to the woefully diminutive size of his heart.

Image Credit: Art by Bob Kehl. Visit his official website and buy a print of his Grinch art right here.

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