Podcasts
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 12 2014 10:40 AMTo Become a London Cabdriver, You Must Pass the Hardest Test in the World
Working
Nov. 11 2014 7:29 PMThe “How Does a Cartoonist Work?” EditionSlate’s podcast about work explores how the Washington Post’s Tom Toles creates new cartoons almost every day of the week.
The Gist
Nov. 10 2014 7:38 PMWhy WKRP Was Called WKRPSecrets from the creator of Cincinnati’s most famous fictional radio station.
Amicus
Nov. 8 2014 2:58 PMAmicus Episode 5: Who Has Ultimate Authority Over Our Passports?
Live at Politics & Prose
Nov. 7 2014 5:30 PMKaren Armstrong Says Religion Is Not the ProblemThe historian discusses her new book, Fields of Blood, at Politics & Prose.
Working
Nov. 7 2014 11:32 AMSlate’s Working Podcast: Episode 5 TranscriptHow a perfumer explains her workday.
The Audio Book Club
Nov. 7 2014 9:33 AMThe Audio Book Club Goes to The Magician’s LandOur critics discuss the final volume of Lev Grossman’s fantasy trilogy.
Tv Club
Nov. 6 2014 5:59 PMThe American Horror Story: Freak Show Podcast, Episode 5The “Pink Cupcakes” edition.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Nov. 6 2014 11:38 AMShould Teenagers Be Allowed to Bring Their Phones to School?
Working
Nov. 6 2014 8:14 AMSlate’s Working Podcast: Episode 4 TranscriptRead what David Plotz asked They Might Be Giants guitarist John Flansburgh about his workday.
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 5 2014 12:50 PMThe Culture Gabfest “The New York Review of Taylor Swift” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Taylor Swift’s 1989, The 50 Year Argument, and that street harassment video.
Working
Nov. 3 2014 9:09 PMHow Does a 54-Year-Old Touring Rock Guitarist Work?
Hang Up And Listen
Nov. 3 2014 5:14 PMHang Up and Listen: The SEC Ganks Noobs EditionSlate’s sports podcast on ESPN and SEC bias, Lauren Hill’s inspirational moment, and the rise of e-sports.
Lexicon Valley
Nov. 3 2014 10:41 AMHow Did We Go From Four and Twenty to Twenty-Four?Listen to Slate’s show about the history and evolution of writing out numbers in the English language.
Slate Money
Nov. 1 2014 8:08 AMEnd of an EraSlate Money on Apple CEO Tim Cook and the “glass closet,” the American oil boom, and the Federal Reserve ending a historic stimulus.
The Gist
Nov. 11 2014 8:01 PMHeroes Need Not ApplyHow U.S. policy is discouraging medical professionals from joining the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
Slate Archives
Nov. 11 2014 12:25 PMSlate Voice: “Stop Dressing Like a Slob When You’re Traveling”J. Bryan Lowder defends looking nice on a flight or train.
Hang Up And Listen
Nov. 10 2014 5:16 PMHang Up and Listen: The Whore No More EditionSlate’s sports podcast on LeBron’s return to Cleveland, the NFL in London, and ESPN’s documentary Brothers in Exile.
Slate Money
Nov. 8 2014 7:13 AMThe “Smoking Up Behind the Bleachers” EditionSlate Money on the rise of Big Weed, private funding for public schools, and Taylor Swift’s breakup with Spotify. 
The Gist
Nov. 7 2014 2:47 PMWe Know Less Than We ThinkThink you know enough about the Dunning-Kruger effect or vexillology? Think again.
Political Gabfest
Nov. 7 2014 9:55 AMThe “Multitudinous States Incarnadine” EditionListen to Slate's show about why Republicans swept the midterms, what the results mean for both parties, and how liberal ballot measures survived the conservative wave.
Working
Nov. 7 2014 9:23 AMThe “How Does a Perfumer Work?” EditionSlate’s podcast about work explores how a small-batch perfume is made.
The Gist
Nov. 6 2014 2:56 PMFriends With (Slate Plus) BenefitsThe Gist compiles our favorite Slate Plus bonus material from the Culture Gabfest, Political Gabfest, and Hang Up and Listen.
Tv Club
Nov. 6 2014 8:32 AMSlate Plus Sneak Peek: The Walking Dead PodcastA spoiler-filled discussion of Episode 4.
The Gist
Nov. 5 2014 6:04 PMVeteran SNL Writer Asks “Who Tooted?”Andy Breckman is coming up with games that are fun for almost the entire family.
The Gist
Nov. 4 2014 6:41 PMJFK’s Brain Is MissingAfter he was killed, the president’s gray matter was kept in a jar. Then it went on a tour of Washington, D.C. Then it disappeared.
The Gist
Nov. 3 2014 6:46 PMThe Circadian Clock DietThere’s a lot of folk wisdom about eating late. Is it all bulls--t?
The Gist
Nov. 3 2014 11:45 AM“Please Say Something Nice About Your Opponent”How politicians deflect an enduring debate trick. 
Amicus
Nov. 2 2014 8:12 PMWhen Things Get Hairy Around the Ballot Box
The Gist
Oct. 31 2014 7:35 PMTwo Families, One MortgageTwo sisters are considering merging households. That sounds like hell to Dear Prudence’s Emily Yoffe.

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