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  1. Episode 176: Situationism in Psych: Milgram & Stanford Prison Experiments (Part One) | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog

    On Stanley Milgram’s "Behavioral Study of Obedience" (1963), Philip Zimbardo’s "Interpersonal Dynamics in a Simulated Prison" (1973), and John Doris’s "Persons,

    http://partiallyexaminedlife.com/2017/11/06/ep176-1-situationism-milgram/

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  2. Episode 176: Situationism in Psych: Milgram & Stanford Prison Experiments (Part Two) | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog

    Continuing with Dave Pizarro on articles by Stanley Milgram, Philip Zimbardo, and John Doris about situationism, which entails that people’s level of morality

    http://partiallyexaminedlife.com/2017/11/13/ep176-2-situationism-milgram/

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  3. Layout #79 Meat-ings

    Layout is a weekly podcast about design, technology, programming and everything else.

    http://layout.fm/episodes/79

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  4. Presentable #34: What User Research Can Learn From Growth Hacking - Relay FM

    My old friend Hiten Shah joins the program. He’s the founder of numerous successful startups and mentor to many others. We discuss growth hacking, how it differs from formal user research, and how to make products people love as quickly as we can.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/34

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  5. CBC As It Happens - Louis C.K. ‘protected’

    CBC Radio Podcasts. Discover programming that tickles your curiosity, feeds your brain and sparks your emotions. You’ll find the best of our popular national Radio One shows, regional podcast magazines and more.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcasts/current-affairs-information/as-it-happens/

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  6. Comedy Ninja– From Parks and Rec, The Simpsons, Everybody Loves Raymond and More: Producer/Writer: Mike Scully

    Comedy Producer and Writer, Mike Scully, has created a ton of TV comedy.

    He’s jumped in to run some of the biggest sitcoms in television history and taken them to new levels.

    Mike has produced the Simpsons, Everybody Loves Raymond, Parks and Rec and most recently, The Carmichael Show.

    We talk about how he got started and how he got over being intimidated in one of the most formidable of writers’ rooms at The Simpsons.

    Mike takes us into his world, including his view of the future of television comedy (with the arrival of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon) and the growing streaming empire.

    Mark talks about where Mike and he first met and seems surprised that Mike even remembers it.

    Surprise moment is when J.Elvis Weinstein gets some love from Mike after Scully realizes who he is.

    Help support the show by making a donation. Click the button below and leave a little something. Thank you for your support!

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/theedgeshow/Scully_FINAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    http://www.edge-show.com/comedy-ninja-from-parks-and-rec-the-simpsons-everybody-loves-raymond-and-more-producerwriter-mike-scully/

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  7. Anthony Bourdain podcast – Part 1 | Robert Ouimet

    Raincoast Books of Vancouver has always been an innovative company. I was thrilled when (then) digital marketing manager Monique Trottier asked me to help create a series of author podcasts for the company.

    Many of the titles we worked on are now with other publishers, but the podcasts still hold up. Enjoy.

    On June 12, 2006, Anthony Bourdain, the best selling author of Kitchen Confidentialand host of the TV show No Reservations, spent a day in Vancouver doing media interviews and bookstore appearances to talk about his new book The Nasty Bits.

    He wore a lapel microphone during the entire day, allowing me to record Bourdain’s casual conversation with fans, private moments in the car, and regular interview style questions. It’s Bourdain as you’ve never heard him before.

    Part One: Bourdain’s World includes…

    Anthony Bourdain’s most surprising questions.

    How to train for a career in the entertainment business

    Listener mail

    Grossest Canadian Food

    Getting sick from food

    How Anthony stays trim

    How to succeed in just about anything you do

    Advice to would-be culinary school students

    Runs: 14:57

    http://snitcast.com/raincoast/20060704_rcb_anthony_bourdain.mp3

    http://www.robertouimet.com/2009/01/anthony-bourdain-podcast-part-1/

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  8. Anthony Bourdain podcast – Part 2 | Robert Ouimet

    Raincoast Books of Vancouver has always been an innovative company.

    I was thrilled when (then) digital marketing manager Monique Trottier asked me to help create a series of author podcasts for the company.

    Many of the titles we worked on are now with other publishers, but the podcasts still hold up.

    Enjoy.

    On June 12, 2006, Anthony Bourdain, the best selling author of Kitchen Confidentialand host of the TV show No Reservations, spent a day in Vancouver doing media interviews and bookstore appearances to talk about his new book The Nasty Bits.

    He wore a lapel microphone during the entire day, allowing me to record Bourdain’s casual conversation with fans, private moments in the car, and regular interview style questions.Part Two: The Book Signing

    8 a.m. at Barbara-Jo’s Books to Cooks in Vancouver

    Anthony is greeted with a breakfast of champions.

    Barbara-Jo talks about why she had to have Anthony visit her store.

    Anthony meets the fans.

    Anthony gives advice on “must sample” street food vendors in New York City.

    He talks about who comes to book signings and why.

    Bourdain just doesn’t seem like your usual kind of cookbook author

    He reveals the best hidden cooks in New York.

    And Bourdain talks about turning 50 and why life is like pinball.

    runs 12:46

    http://snitcast.com/raincoast/20060711_rcb_anthony_bourdain.mp3

    http://www.robertouimet.com/2009/01/anthony-bourdain-podcast-part-2/

    —Huffduffed by johnppinto

  9. Anthony Bourdain podcast – Part 3 | Robert Ouimet

    Raincoast Books of Vancouver has always been an innovative company.

    I was thrilled when (then) digital marketing manager Monique Trottier asked me to help create a series of author podcasts for the company.

    Many of the titles we worked on are now with other publishers, but the podcasts still hold up.

    Enjoy.

    On June 12, 2006, Anthony Bourdain, the best selling author of Kitchen Confidentialand host of the TV show No Reservations, spent a day in Vancouver doing media interviews and bookstore appearances to talk about his new book The Nasty Bits.

    He wore a lapel microphone during the entire day, allowing me to record Bourdain’s casual conversation with fans, private moments in the car, and regular interview style questions.

    Part Three –

    Not All Nasty Bits

    Anthony Bourdain talks about:

    What chefs have in common

    Whether he misses day to day restaurant work

    What he’s afraid of

    Bourdain also discusses:

    Work ethic

    The Omelette of Truth

    Human nature

    Advice for the fast foodie

    Pub food

    Tattoos

    How he started writing

    What he’s working on next.

    Runs 16:10

    http://snitcast.com/raincoast/20060718_rcb_anthony_bourdain.mp3

    http://www.robertouimet.com/2009/01/anthony-bourdain-podast-part-3/

    —Huffduffed by johnppinto

  10. Taran Killam Says ‘There Was Never Any Common Ground’ When Trump Hosted ‘SNL’ : NPR

    In November 2015, candidate Donald Trump drew protesters to NBC’s New York studio. Saturday Night Live alum Taran Killam says, "We could hear the protests during our table read."

    http://www.npr.org/2017/10/17/558160262/taran-killam-says-there-was-never-any-common-ground-when-trump-hosted-snl

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