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Julia Turner is the editor in chief of Slate and a regular on Slate's Culture Gabfest podcast.

Culture Gabfest
Feb. 20 2013 3:12 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Only Beyoncé Could Make Me Not Like Beyoncé EditionSlate's podcast about the new Beyoncé documentary, the dad magazine Kindling Quarterly, and the Oscar-nominated documentary Searching for Sugar Man.
Brow Beat
Feb. 3 2013 9:45 PMBeyoncé Insults the Rest of Destiny’s Child Yet Again
Culture Gabfest
Jan. 30 2013 11:57 AMThe Culture Gabfest: First, We Kill All the Cats EditionSlate's podcast about Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop,” the movie John Dies at the End, and the feline menace known as the house cat.
Culture Gabfest
Jan. 9 2013 11:50 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Falling Off the Treadmill Vomiting EditionSlate's podcast about the year in movies, The Biggest Loser, and the decline of the American shopping mall.
Culture Gabfest
Dec. 26 2012 10:57 AMThe Culture Gabfest: First Time, Long Time EditionA special call-in edition of Slate’s culture podcast.
Television
Dec. 17 2012 5:30 AM2012: The Year in TV Moments30 Rock: Liz’s secret and America’s Kidz.
Books
Nov. 30 2012 11:23 PMThe End of PensIs handwriting worth saving?
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 21 2012 1:31 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Drooping and Slumping Toward Insanity EditionSlate's podcast about the New York Times’ review of Guy Fieri’s restaurant, Philip Roth’s retirement, and Amtrak’s Quiet Car.
Behold
Nov. 16 2012 10:16 AMNew Photo Shows How Michelle Enjoyed That Victory Hug
Behold
Nov. 8 2012 6:51 PMWhen and Where Was That Photo of the Obamas Hugging Taken?
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 1 2012 11:29 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Frankenfest EditionSlate's podcast about Hurricane Sandy and social media, the music of Nashville, and intellectualism in the Mormon Church.
Culture Gabfest
Oct. 17 2012 11:12 AMThe Culture Gabfest: I Did It for the Lulz EditionSlate's podcast about the movie Argo, the Reddit Violentacrez controversy, and Cook’s Illustrated.
Culture Gabfest
Oct. 3 2012 12:59 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Stow Your Blunderbuss EditionSlate's podcast about the movie Looper, the 30th anniversary of the sitcom Cheers, and the indie rock band Grizzly Bear.
Culture Gabfest
Sept. 19 2012 11:51 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Get Thee Behind Me, Satan EditionSlate's podcast about The Master, The End of Men, and the NYC soda ban.
Culturebox
Sept. 10 2012 11:00 AMSneakers Is a MasterpieceWhy the movie inspires such bizarre devotion in its fans.
Culture Gabfest
Feb. 6 2013 2:09 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Six Seconds of My Life Manage to Bore Even Me EditionSlate's podcast about the Netflix original series House of Cards, the video-sharing app Vine, and the Oscar-nominated Silver Linings Playbook.
The Audio Book Club
Feb. 1 2013 1:32 PMThe Audio Book Club on Pride and PrejudiceA special edition of our books discussion for the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s classic.
Culture Gabfest
Jan. 16 2013 11:36 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Love and Death in a Fabulous Apartment EditionSlate's podcast about Michael Haneke’s Amour, self-help, and Maria Bamford’s comedy Special Special Special!
Culture Gabfest
Jan. 3 2013 1:08 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Plodding Recitative EditionSlate's podcast about Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, the movie musical Les Misérables, and the question and answer site Quora.
Culture Gabfest
Dec. 19 2012 11:48 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Trapped in a Glass Box With Dwarves EditionSlate's podcast about The Hobbit, the A&E series Duck Dynasty, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator at 50.
Culture Gabfest
Dec. 5 2012 12:36 PMThe Culture Gabfest: UniBall Vision Elite EditionSlate's podcast about gay people who don’t want to get married, the lost art of handwriting, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s take on “neomania.”
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 28 2012 1:36 PMThe Culture Gabfest: “Slut on a Hot Tin Roof” EditionSlate's podcast about Liz & Dick, the Web-video montages known as supercuts, and the possibly dubious app Snapchat.
Behold
Nov. 19 2012 7:36 PMThe Photo the Obama Campaign Almost Used for Its Victory Tweet   
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 14 2012 5:50 PMThe Culture Gabfest: What Is Stuffed Inside of What Is Stuffed Inside of What EditionSlate's podcast about the Bond movie Skyfall, Publishers Weekly’s Top 10 Essays Since 1950, and the vegetarian’s Thanksgiving centerpiece, the Veggieducken.
Culture Gabfest
Nov. 7 2012 12:08 PMThe Culture Gabfest: On Tenterhooks EditionSlate's podcast about the movie Flight, Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm, and the poetry of the hashtag.
Culture Gabfest
Oct. 24 2012 12:09 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Why Did You Give Me That Bag of Skittles? EditionSlate's podcast about the 40th anniversary of Free To Be … You and Me, Saturday Night Live debate spoofs, and HeTexted.com.
Culture Gabfest
Oct. 10 2012 12:13 PMThe Culture Gabfest: You Big MOOC EditionSlate's podcast about the movie Pitch Perfect, the comedy writer Seth MacFarlane, and higher education online.
Culture Gabfest
Sept. 26 2012 2:36 PMThe Culture Gabfest: Long Shoots of Goldenrod EditionSlate's podcast about the documentary Queen of Versailles, the NBC drama Revolution, and the flap over unsophisticated audiences.
Culturebox
Sept. 11 2012 11:00 AMSneakers Is a MasterpieceWow, Dan Aykroyd can dance.
Culture Gabfest
Sept. 5 2012 11:52 AMThe Culture Gabfest: Bengal Tiger Giving Birth EditionSlate's podcast on the fall TV lineup, Hollywood’s liberal bias, and the Norton Anthology of English Literature.

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