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Ira Glass is an American public radio personality and the host and producer of the radio and television show This American Life. The armchair experts travel to NYC to record in the esteemed This American Life studios. In this special remote episode, Ira discusses the psychology behind affairs and why he is drawn to monogamy, he talks about his journey as a radio personality, and he contemplates his sense of control in his work. Dax wonders about what it feels like to be the conduit for other show’s success and Ira reveals what he deems is the best podcast right now. Dax tells Ira that being a part of a This American Life story was a career highlight and Ira can’t decide if he likes Kristen or Dax more.
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
Aired 5 months ago 71:02
"Keep It!" Podcast Host - Ira Madison III
Pop culture guru and host of the hit podcast "Keep It" - Ira Madison III - travels to the Pratt household for a reality TV clinic!!! Ira shares his TOP TEN favorite Hills episodes - Heidi starts an intervention for Spencer's drinking habits - AND they talk all things Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Alec Baldwin and Chelsea Handler!!! Get two leggings for only $24 when you sign up as a VIP at www.fabletics.com/speidi Go to www.blinkforhome.com/speidi to get your Blink wireless home security camera! Go to www.harney.com/speidi and use promo code SPEIDI for 20% off your order! Go to www.laylasleep.com and enter promo code "WAKEUP" to get $120 off the Layla Mattress and a FREE Layla Pillow! Get $5 off your first POSH MARK purchase when you use the code "FamousAgain" (one word) when you sign up!
Make Speidi Famous Again
Aired 7 months ago 12:58
Scientists at Work: Ira Flatow Talks Science
Stat: 44 percent. The percentage of Americans who think the public doesn’t know enough about science to understand new findings in the news. Story: Ira Flatow, the host of “Science Friday,” has been with National Public Radio since it went on the air in 1970. Although he knows the public loves science, he’s worried that most people don’t know how the scientific process works. Pew’s Dan LeDuc talks to him about why critical thinking is crucial, who asks the best questions, and how science can be addictive.
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