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Listen to an outstanding podcast series from New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose on what is the internet doing to us. He tackles this expansive topic through the lens of YouTube.

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In this popular daily podcast from The New York Times, host Michael Barbaro covers one of the day's top news stories with journalists' interviews about this story and audio clips of the news events spliced in.

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Don't miss this exciting opportunity to hear Ellis discuss his first work of nonfiction "White," described as an incendiary polemic about this young century's failings, e-driven and otherwise, and at once an example, definition, and defense of what "freedom of speech" truly means.

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What is the state of truth? And what threat does technology pose to our capacity to mobilize that truth in response to urgent challenges - in particular, our climate emergency?

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New York Times music critics Jon Pareles, Ben Ratliff, Jon Caramanica and Nate Chinen talk each week about the latest pop music news, the top songs, the best albums, the biggest stars — and the up and coming stars you haven't heard of yet.

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Two of the greatest thought leaders of the 21st century– Yuval Noah Harari and Thomas L. Friedman – discuss the Future of Humanity on March 19, 2018, with moderator Rachel Dry, The New York Times.

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Hard Fork is a show about the future that’s already here. Each week, journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton explore and make sense of the latest in the rapidly changing world of tech.

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Spend an intimate evening with Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning comedian, writer, producer and television host Stephen Colbert in conversation with The New York Times.

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The other side is dangerously wrong. They think you are too. But for democracy to work, we need to hear each other out.

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Each week the editor of The Book Review, Pamela Paul, conducts interviews with two authors of popular new book releases, both fiction and nonfiction.

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