45 Podcast Episodes to Discover This Week (Sep 21, 2020)

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Creation Date September 21st, 2020
Updated Date Updated May 5th, 2021
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Discover a wide-variety of different podcasts in this week's list of episodes to listen to. There's a little something for everyone, from news and interviews to fantasy, sports, and social issues. Many of these podcasts were recommended by our Twitter followers, so make sure you follow us there to have a say on our next list.
  1. Do you remember, the 21st night of September? Maybe after tonight you will...  Today we talk about September 21st, how part of RBG's legacy was her friendship with her political opposite Justice Scalia, and I share three places to find good swe
  2. In January, Dahlia Lithwick spoke to Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the women of Harvard Law School’s class of 1959. Slate Plus members heard the interview in August as part of our feature on the women of Ginsburg’s class. We’re now making it public
  3. Western Sahara is often described as Africa’s last colony. Since 1884 the people of Western Sahara, the Sahrawis, have been fighting to regain access and ownership of their country from their former coloniser Spain, and most recently Morocco. T
  4. On the inaugural episode of More Perfect, we explore three little words embedded in the 8th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: “cruel and unusual.” America has long wrestled with this concept in the context of our strongest punishment, the dea
  5. Nashville, Tenn., aka Music City, has thrown a lot of money at its own tourism industry. But if you walk country music’s famed Broadway Street you will notice that these tourist spaces are overwhelmingly white. But just across the river every 2
  6. This is it. The Princess Bride. As You Wish. Death cannot stop my true love for this movie. All it can do is delay it for 59 episodes. Verbal Diorama, inconceivably, goes downhill from here because there is no movie as perfect as one about fen
  7. Learn to love again with another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts for their review of a song whose beauty is beyond compare — the Grammy-nominated 1973 country classic, “Jolene,” written and performed by superstar and icon Dol
  8. "So this how liberty dies...with thunderous applause." There is so much of that line by Padme in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, that is timeless and true. But what if America's democratic crisis is more complicated and harder to even see? F
  9. Henry Winkler (Happy Days, Barry) checks into the show this week to talk about the idea of acknowledging and accepting one's shortcomings in order to continue pursuing your passions. Henry opens up about his self improvement through therapy and
  10. Year(s) Discussed: 1612-1774 From his birth in Albemarle County, VA, Thomas Jefferson’s personality and public career began to take shape through his education at William and Mary, and his introduction to the world of politics in colonial Virgi

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