TED Radio Hour

Guy Raz explores the emotions, insights, and discoveries that make us human. The TED Radio Hour is a narrative journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, and new ways to think and create.

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Known as the "Egyptian Jon Stewart," Bassem Youssef created what became the most popular TV show in Egypt's history — but the government had the show cancelled, and Youssef fled. He talks about leaving a career in medicine for comedy, being detained and life after the Arab Spring. Also, Milo Miles reviews 'Big Grrrl Small World' from alt-rapper Lizzo.


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 03 February 2016  46m
 
 

Who Are America's 'Homegrown Terrorists'?


CNN's Peter Bergen describes how the Internet and social media have been used to radicalize and recruit Americans to jihad — and how some new jihadists then use those same tools to draw in others. Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'The Yid.'


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 02 February 2016  46m
 
 

The Consequences Of China's One-Child Policy


Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mei Fong says that China's one-child policy drastically reshaped the country's demographic make-up. "China has 30 million more men than women," she says. Her book is 'One Child.' John Powers reviews the 10-part FX series 'The People vs. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story.' Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead shares early recordings from the Original Dixieland Jazz Band.


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 01 February 2016  47m
 
 

Best Of: Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard / 'Mind Over Body' Science


The lead singer and a guitarist of Alabama Shakes was raised on her father's junkyard in the woods of Athens, Alabama. She reflects on small town life and big-time music. The band's second album 'Sound & Color' is nominated for six Grammys. Then, commentator Sarah Hepola tells us how online dating taught her something she's struggled to do all her life: Tell men the truth. Also, the mind has the ability to directly affect our health, from pain and depression to heart disease...


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 30 January 2016  48m
 
 

Mike Nichols / Carol Burnett


Filmmaker Mike Nichols directed 'The Graduate' and 'The Birdcage' and the Broadway musical 'Spamalot, and he's the subject of the new PBS American Masters documentary. Nichols spoke to Fresh Air in 2001. Carol Burnett was among the first women to host a TV variety show. This weekend, she'll receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Burnett spoke to Terry Gross in 2003. Film critic David Edelstein reviews indie film 'Naz & Maalik.'


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 29 January 2016  47m
 
 

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard


The lead singer and a guitarist of Alabama Shakes was raised on her father's junkyard in the woods of Athens, Alabama. She reflects on small town life and big-time music. The band's second album 'Sound & Color' is nominated for six Grammys.


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 28 January 2016  47m
 
 

Why The Iowa Caucus Matters


New York Times political reporter Trip Gabriel has spent the past year in Iowa, covering the political operations, speeches and rallies leading up to the first vote of the presidential campaign. Also, rock historian Ed Ward traces the brief, tumultuous existence of Ork Records.


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 27 January 2016  46m
 
 

The Science Of 'Mind Over Body'


The mind has the ability to directly affect our health, from pain and depression to heart disease. Science writer Jo Marchant describes how things like mindfulness, virtual reality and the placebo effect are being harnessed in medical treatments. Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'The Portable Veblen.'


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 26 January 2016  46m
 
 

Deconstructing Gov. Chris Christie's 'Bridge To Redemption'


Journalist Matt Katz discusses Christie's rise to power in New Jersey, the "Bridgegate" scandal and his performance in the '16 Republican presidential primary. Katz is the author of 'American Governor.' Ken Tucker reviews the debut album 'Leave Me Alone' by Hinds.


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