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Sept. 25 2009 4:28 PM

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.

Sept 28, 2009

"Hang Up and Listen: The Russian Is Coming Edition": In this week's episode of Slate's sports podcast, "Hang Up and Listen," Stefan Fatsis, Josh Levin, and Mike Pesca discuss Chicago's bid to host the 2016 Olympics, a Russian oligarch buying into the NBA, and whether the NHL can survive in Phoenix, Ariz. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

Sept. 27, 2009

"Chrome for Clunkers": Farhad Manjoo explains Google's ingenious plan to spruce up outdated versions of Internet Explorer. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

Sept. 25, 2009

"The Political Second Acts Gabfest": Slate's Political Gabfest, featuring John Dickerson, David Plotz, and Emily Bazelon. This week the panelists discuss Afghanistan, the week's parade of leaders at the U.N., and the attempted comebacks of Sarah Palin, Tom DeLay, and John Edwards. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

Sept 23, 2009

"DoubleX Gabfest: Sad Wife, Good Wife Edition": Emily Bazelon and Hanna Rosin, editors of Slate's new women's magazine DoubleX.com, join New Yorker writer Margaret Talbot to discuss studies on the paradox of female unhappiness, the Hofstra rape-hoax case, and The Good Wife. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.

"The Culture Gabfest, the If You Were Keats You'd Be Dead By Now Edition": In this week's Culture Gabfest, our critics discuss the recent spate of politicians (real and fictional) on TV, led by President Obama on Letterman; Jane Campion's new film about John Keats and Fannie Brawne; and Neil Patrick Harris as Emmy Awards host with guest June Thomas. To listen to the podcast, click on the audio player below. You can also download the program here.