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  1. Higher quality (128kbps)

    Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the advanced Andean empire, dominant until Pizarro arrived

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0005t68

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  2. Death, carnage and chaos: a climber on his recent ascent of Everest – podcast | World news | The Guardian

    On 23 May, an image taken by the climber Nirmal Pujra went viral. It showed a long queue of climbers waiting to reach the summit of Everest. Elia Saikaly, a film-maker, was on that climb. He describes the ascent, while the Guardian’s Michael Safi discusses why the number of people seeking to scale Everest has exploded

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/audio/2019/jun/04/death-carnage-chaos-a-climber-on-his-recent-ascent-up-everest

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  3. Episode #81: Disasterpeace & Under the Silver Lake — From & Inspired By

    On this episode, we speak with composer Rich Vreeland (aka

    Disasterpeace

    ) about his work on the recently-released neo-noir,

    Under the Silver Lake . Sorry for the delay, kids — Easter weekend was taken up with feeding cheesy potatoes and ham to an adorable baby, and the week following was an ut

    http://www.fromandinspiredby.com/blog/2019/4/29/episode-81-disasterpeace-amp-under-the-silver-lake

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  4. Ungeniused #75: Chicago Tylenol Murders - Relay FM

    In 1982, a series of murders rocked the country and changed consumer packaging forever.

    https://www.relay.fm/ungeniused/75

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  5. Zelda

    John Siracusa returns to Pragmatic to discuss everything Zelda related, with a focus on Breath of the Wild and how so many established Zelda gameplay rules were thrown out the window with resounding success.

    https://engineered.network/pragmatic/episode-91-zelda

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  6. Designer Notes 37: Chris Hecker - Part 2 - Idle Thumbs Network

    © 2004-2018 The Idle Thumbs Limited Liability Company, San Francisco, California. All Rights Reserved. This advertisement should not be construed as financial, legal, ethical, medical, or existential advice. Please consult your doctor before playing or developing video games. Idle Thumbs LLC is not responsible for video game-related illnesses, maladies, or frustrations, excepting acts of God. Direct all complaints and enquiries to J Allard. Read our privacy policy in People Magazine.

    https://www.idlethumbs.net/designernotes/episodes/chris-hecker-part-2

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  7. Designer Notes 36: Chris Hecker - Part 1 - Idle Thumbs Network

    © 2004-2018 The Idle Thumbs Limited Liability Company, San Francisco, California. All Rights Reserved. This advertisement should not be construed as financial, legal, ethical, medical, or existential advice. Please consult your doctor before playing or developing video games. Idle Thumbs LLC is not responsible for video game-related illnesses, maladies, or frustrations, excepting acts of God. Direct all complaints and enquiries to J Allard. Read our privacy policy in People Magazine.

    https://www.idlethumbs.net/designernotes/episodes/chris-hecker-part-1

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  8. Longform Podcast #239: Brian Reed · Longform

    Brian Reed, a senior producer at This American Life, is the host of S-Town. “It’s a story about the remarkableness of what could be called an unremarkable life.” Thanks to MailChimp, Casper, and Squarespace for sponsoring this week’s episode.

    https://longform.org/posts/longform-podcast-239-brian-reed

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  9. #40 — Complexity & Stupidity: A Conversation with David Krakauer

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris talks to biologist David Krakauer about information, complex systems, and the future of humanity.

    https://soundcloud.com/samharrisorg/40-information-complexity-stupidity-a-conversation-with-david-krakauer

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  10. Podcast 12: Video Game Violence | The Psychology of Video Games

    Does controlling or experiencing violence in video games cause violence, aggression, or other acts of malice outside of the game? This is the main question that I discuss with my guest this episode, Christopher J. Ferguson, Ph.D. He is a prolific researcher and commentator on the topic of video game violence, and he shares his thoughts about the state of the research and whether or not we should be worried about letting kids watch violent TV or games.

    Plus, we have a side conversation into the topic of misogyny and other stereotyping in video game culture and whether being exposed to those elements is equivalent to seeing or controlling video game violence.

    Christopher J. Ferguson

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    Robot Motivation” by The Polish Ambassador, licensed under Creative Commons: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

    Happy Happy Game Show” by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.

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    http://www.psychologyofgames.com/2016/02/podcast-12-video-game-violence/

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