Getting Through It

A curated episode list by
Mike Sakasegawa

Creation Date March 14th, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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  1. A wandering merchant in medieval Baghdad is brought before the Caliph, and recounts tales of ingenious gates that allow time travel to the past and future. “The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate” is from EXHALATION by Ted Chiang, published by P
  2. Join us for the conclusion of this time travel tale set in medieval Baghdad. “The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate” is from EXHALATION by Ted Chiang, published by Penguin Random House Audio, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division
  3. Imaginary Advice turns five with a special episode about pyromancy, punk rock, and the novelisation of RUMBLE IN THE BRONX. Imaginary Advice is represented by Trigger, supported by Arts Council England in partnership with Apples & Snakes. For
  4. A man in California is haunted by the memory of a pop song from his youth. He can remember the lyrics and the melody. But the song itself has vanished, completely scrubbed from the internet. PJ takes on the Super Tech Support case. Fu
  5. There are two main places in the world where the Welsh language is spoken: Wales, and the Chubut Province in Patagonia. How did this ancient language take root in rural Argentina, 12,000km away from its home base? Find out more about this epis
  6. Laura lives across the street from a dance studio where drama and mystery unfold. But this is not a performance. Starring Tara Pratt. Outro song "Life Is A Black Curtain" by Hush Forever. Written by Paul Bae (co-creator of The Black Tapes & PNW
  7. I think we can all agree: It’s high time we devoted a full episode to the music of San Quentin. Thanks to all of the musicians who talked with us for this episode, and shared their songs. Find a full list of credits at earhustlesq.com, where y
  8. We eat eels in sushi, stews, and pasta. Eels eat anything. Also they can survive outside of water for hours and live for up to 80 years. But this slippery snake of the sea harbors an even deeper mystery, one that has tormented the minds of Aris
  9. The editors discuss Maggie Smith’s poem “Threshold” from the February 2020 issue of Poetry.
  10. a.k.a. 'grippy boys' and 'the rightful heirs to the earth' Special guest and Hugo Award nominee, writer, SARAH GAILEY is here! She's two experts for the price of one, as a hippo AND chameleon scientist. We talk centiliters of sass, chameleon mo

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