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March 31 2009 11:47 AM

Slate's Latest Podcasts

Use the audio players below to listen to Slate's daily podcast, which includes articles, the "Political Gabfest," the "Culture Gabfest," and "Money Talks" from The Big Money, or subscribe to the iTunes feed.

March 30, 2009

"A Pressing Issue": What's the greenest way to keep my clothes looking sharp? asks Nina Shen Rastogi. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 29, 2009

"Can't Believe I Just Sent That": Michael Agger explains how to prevent embarrassing, misfired e-mails. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 27, 2009

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"What Is Good Design Now?": A Slate panel moderated by Adam Gopnik. March 26, 2009. The panelists are potter and designer Jonathan Adler, architect and landscape architect Ahmad Sardar-Afkhami, and graphic designer and Pentagram partner Paula Scher. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

"The Locavore Gabfest": Slate's Political Gabfest, with John Dickerson, David Plotz, and Emily Bazelon. This week: The bank bailout, Obama's week on television, and the White House goes organic. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 25, 2009

"Fetal Foreclosure": William Saletan asks what happens to the fetus when you stop paying its surrogate mother. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

"The Culture Gabfest 'Why Do I Know This Word?' Edition": In this week's Culture Gabfest, Slate's critics discuss Paul Rudd and Jason Segal's bromance in the new movie I Love You, Man, the implications of the Obamas' vegetable garden, and the minor dust storm kicked up over off-the-record media chat room JournoList. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

"William D. Cohan on House of Cards": The Big Money presents "Every Day I Read the Book," featuring Daniel Gross. Dan's guest today is William D. Cohan, author of the new book, House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 24, 2009

"Money Talks": The Big Money Editor James Ledbetter leads a discussion with Sara Behunek and Daniel Gross on AIG bonuses, the state of the bailout, and the case for optimism.

March 20, 2009

"The Outrage Gabfest": In Slate's Political Gabfest, John Dickerson, Chris Beam, and Emily Bazelon discuss the AIG mess, Dick Cheney claim that America is less safe, and John Stewart vs. Jim Cramer. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 18, 2009

"Dirty Butts": Nina Shen Rastogi asks whether cigarette smoking can ever be green. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 17, 2009

"Infinite Jest, by David Foster Wallace": In Slate's Audio Book Club, Katie Roiphe, Troy Patterson, and James Surowiecki discuss David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. We recommend, but don't insist, that you read the book before listening to this audio program. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 15, 2009

"Hello and Goodbye to the P-I": Jack Shafer discusses the venerable Seattle daily becoming a Web-only operation. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 13, 2009

"Dr. No, But ...": Christopher Beam writes on Mark Sanford's bizarre rationale for redirecting South Carolina's stimulus money. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

"The Right To Bare Arms Gabfest": Slate's Political Gabfest, with John Dickerson, David Plotz, and Hanna Rosin. This week: Is President Obama taking on too much? A renewed fight over stem cells and Michelle Obama's arms. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 12, 2009

"Dietary Fibber": Jacob Gershman explains why not to be fooled by polydextrose and other fiber additives. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 11, 2009

"The Culture Gabfest, Commodified Girl Power Edition": Slate's Culture Gabfest, focusing on the new movie version of the classic graphic novel Watchmen; a new book on the canon of female American writers, A Jury of Her Peers by Elaine Showalter; and a 'tween-style makeover for kiddie cartoon hero Dora the Explorer. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 10, 2009

"Money Talks": The Big Money Editor Jim Ledbetter leads a discussion with Moe Tkacik and Daniel Gross on the travails of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, bank nationalization, and Obama's strained relationship with the rich. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 8, 2009

"Sniffle While You Work": Zachary Meisel and Jesse Pines explain why doctors go to work sick. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 6, 2009

"Loan Ranger": Eliot Spitzer explains why the way Americans pay for college is a mess—and how to fix it. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 4, 2009

"The Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot Gabfest": Slate's Political Gabfest, with John Dickerson, David Plotz, and Emily Bazelon. This week: Obama approval ratings remain high, Rush Limbaugh as Republican leader, and newly-released Justice Department memos. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 3, 2009

"Daniel Gross on Dumb Money": The Big Money presents "Every Day I Read the Book," featuring Daniel Gross. This week, Jim Ledbetter, editor of The Big Money, turns the tables and interviews Daniel about his new book, Dumb Money. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 2, 2009

"Kill Your Computer": Cloud computing wants to set you free, says Slate's Michael Agger. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

March 1, 2009

"Obama's Testing Test": William S. Session explains why the Justice Department is on the wrong side of a Supreme Court case about DNA evidence. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

Feb. 27, 2009

"The Dorcas Gabfest":Slate's Political Gabfest, with John Dickerson, David Plotz, and Emily Bazelon. This week: The Obama budget, the first family settles on a dog breed, and a Supreme Court ruling on free speech. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

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