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  1. Find Chaos: Podcast: Fairy Tale!

    This month features a bit of a genre shift from our usual podcasts! We tend to lay in bed at night and tell each other stories, and the results (and inevitable interruptions of each other) are about exactly as you'd imagine. So, get ready for some crotch-touching, cat yowling, and a million digressions, all in the spirit of a good story!


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  2. Democracy Now!: Pope Francis Compares Catholic Radicals Thomas Merton & Dorothy Day to Lincoln and MLK

    During his speech before Congress, Pope Francis highlighted the work of four "great" Americans: Abraham Lincoln, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton. "A nation can be considered great when it defends liberty, as Lincoln did; when it fosters a culture which enables people to 'dream' of full rights for all their brothers and sisters, as Martin Luther King sought to do; when it strives for justice and the cause of the oppressed, as Dorothy Day did by her tireless work, the fruit of a faith which becomes dialogue and sows peace in the contemplative style of Thomas Merton," the pope said. We look at the lives of Day and Merton, two radicals who have inspired the Catholic left for decades. We speak to Orbis Books publisher Robert Ellsberg, who has published books by and about Day and Merton.

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  3. WTF with Marc Maron Podcast Episode 498 RuPaul Charles

    Episode 510 - David Huntsberger Comedian David Huntsberger has a life story unlike any Marc has heard on WTF. It involves roping, branding, rodeos, engineeri…

    You may know Kevin McDonald as a member of the influential comedy group Kids in the Hall. But if you're like Marc, you're not aware that there's an Academy A…

    Episode 498 - RuPaul Charles For RuPaul Charles, it all started with Monty Python. RuPaul joins Marc in the garage to talk about leaving an indelible mark on…

    Episode 532 - Kathy Griffin Kathy Griffin stops by for a true throwback WTF episode. It's a throwback because Kathy and Marc spend the first 10 minutes defus…

    Episode 512 - Gabriel Iglesias If you didn't know that Gabriel Iglesias is one of the most popular

    WTF with Marc Maron Podcast Episode 498 RuPaul Charles

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  4. The problems with Interstellar by The Verge

    The problems with 'Interstellar'

    It should go without saying, but the following contains a lot of spoilers. Stay on this page at your own risk. For a spoiler-free (or rather, a spoiler-lite) take on the film, check out our Interstellar review.

    Christopher Nolan's Interstellar is absolutely gorgeous. Interstellar has strong performances and real tearjerking moments. Interstellar also has some pretty large issues and (potential) plot holes that unravel over the course of its nearly-three-hour runtime.

    Senior Editor Ross Miller, Reports Editor Josh Dzieza, and Science Reporter Arielle Duhaime-Ross sat down for a very special one-off audio podcast to discuss their thoughts on Interstellar and try to hash out some of the bigger issues.

    Ready? Let's get into it.

    We'd love to hear your thoughts, too — please use this comment thread to discuss the movie. We'll jump in, too! Note: Keep it constructive. We welcome disagreement but not attacks on writers.

    And if you need help keeping track of everything, here's a gorgeous timeline infographic (Update: please note that the first stop on their trip was via wormhole, not black hole. Title is wrong, but everything otherwise looks about right. Thanks for the catch, Rican7!):

    Just in case you weren't 100% when the credits rolled, here's a graphic timeline of #interstellar

    — Remy Saint Denis (@remysaintdenis) November 10, 2014

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  5. Ira Glass & Co. Release ‘Serial’ Once a Week for Good Reason - The Brian Lehrer Show

    Ira Glass & Co. Release 'Serial' Once a Week for Good Reason The Brian Lehrer Show "Serial" is a new podcast from the team at "This American Life," where one long story unfolds bit by bit, week by week. Sarah Koenig, host of "Serial" and producer at "This American Life" along with founder and host of "This American Life" and the editorial adviser of "Serial," Ira Glass, discuss the first season, about the (ostensibly solved) murder of a high school girl near Baltimore back in 1999.

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  6. This Party Sucks | This American Life

    A show for this year's midterm elections. Two best friends in Michigan, both political novices, get tired of yelling at their TVs and take matters into their own hands. They form a Tea Party chapter to effect political change.

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