Sorry Podcasts

A curated episode list by EarBuds Podcast Collective
Creation Date October 9th, 2019
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For your Yom Kippur listening pleasure.
Happy Again: A Better Way to Say Sorry (Encore)
The Science of Happiness
“I'm sorry you feel that way.” Some apologies can actually make things worse. Our Happiness Guinea Pigs, Jolenta Greenburg and Kristin Meinzer of the By the Book podcast, try a more effective way of saying sorry.
Saying Sorry
Spotlight English
Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at an English word that many people do not want to say – "sorry". Spotlight looks at when, why, and how people say say “I’m sorry”.
Sorry Not Sorry: Ep. 60
Unorthodox
This week on Unorthodox, we’re gearing up for Yom Kippur with our second annual Apology episode. Marjorie Ingall, Unorthodox regular and co-founder of the website SorryWatch.com, tells us about the best and worst public apologies of the last year. We talk to Richard Cellini, the founder of the Georgetown Memory Project, and the force behind the university’s recent decision to grant preferential admissions to the descendants of the 272 slaves it sold in 1838 to save the school from financial default. We also speak with Dvorah Telushkin, mother of our co-producer Shira Telushkin and the Upper West Side's most obsessive apologizer. We hear a story about the tough conversations in which we ask for forgiveness from others—or ask others to ask for forgiveness from us—from ImmerseNYC founder Rabbi Sara Luria.This episode is brought to you by the new film Denial. From the screenwriter of The Hours and The Reader comes the true story of one woman’s court battle for historical truth against a Holocaust denier. Starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Wilkinson.Today’s episode is brought to you by Harry’s. For a great shave at an affordable price, go to Harrys.com and use promo code UNORTHODOX at checkout to get their free trial set and post-shave balm.Like listening to Unorthodox? Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get new episodes and more. Email us at Unorthodox@tabletmag.com with comments, questions, and complaints. We may share your letter on air.To fill out the Panoply survey go to www.panoply.fm/survey.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E18. Stealing Money & Judging People
Anonymous Apologies
As always, Justin pulls two new apologies out of the apology jar. The first features someone who regrets stealing money from someone they love, and the other involves... judgment. Luna & Justin decide how they would respond upon receiving this apologies, and Luna gets confused about the concept of money and the definition of the word judge. If you'd like to submit your own apology, follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QPXTLBT !If you don't mind Justin knowing who you are, you can email ApologizersAnonymous@gmail.com. (I will still keep names private if you submit this way.) New episodes weekly on Wednesdays.Anonymous Apologies is a part of the @millennialmissionmedia podcast network.
Why I Say Sorry
Consultant Life
I’m selfaware enough to know my bluntness is going to upset people!
The Economics of Apologies
The Indicator from Planet Money
Turns out nothing says 'I'm sorry' like cold, hard cash
The Apology Broker
Rough Translation
We trace the journey of an apology, from Japan to the U.S., that got an unlikely broker. Along the way, she had to work out: what a sorry is, who it's for, and what makes it stick.
353. How to Optimize Your Apology
Freakonomics Radio
You said, “I’m sorry,” but somehow you haven’t been forgiven. Why? Because you’re doing it wrong! A report from the front lines of apology science.
674: Get a Spine!
This American Life
Stories of people standing up for themselves, shaking off their fear, bracing themselves, and doing what they’ve been scared to do.