Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

31 May. 2023
Hans and Franz must race to solve the girlynappings before it’s too late in the third part of The Lost Hans and Franz Movie. Plus, Conan and the cast discuss how they planned to snag the long list [...]
29 May. 2023
Comedian and actor Sebastian Maniscalco feels honored about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Sebastian sits down with Conan to talk about the terror of reading to children, the hardest venues in [...]
25 May. 2023
Conan talks to Eugenia in Córdoba, Argentina about learning English from television and living a loner’s lifestyle in a mountain town.
24 May. 2023
On the second installment of the Lost Hans and Franz Movie, Hans and Franz continue their quest with the help of their famous cousin Arnold Schwarzenegger. Plus, Conan, Dana, Kevin and Robert share [...]
22 May. 2023
Actor, writer, and director Bill Hader feels tired about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Bill returns to chat with Conan once more about his favorite bits to do at parties, the timelessness of [...]
18 May. 2023
Conan chats with Youssef from Egypt about voice acting, living outside the city, and being Christian in a predominantly Muslim country.
17 May. 2023
Conan is joined by Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon, and Robert Smigel along with the Team Coco staff to perform selections from the unproduced screenplay for Hans and Franz: The Girlyman Dilemma, more than [...]
15 May. 2023
Actor Javier Bardem feels scared about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Javier sits down with Conan to talk about reinventing the Bond villain, playing with the threat of violence in No Country For [...]
11 May. 2023
Conan speaks with fish farmer Kai from Norway about the fun games he plays while out at sea, living in a town of 50 people, and how Conan would fare on the open ocean.
8 May. 2023
Comedian and author Steven Wright feels anxious about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Steven sits down with Conan to talk about honing his trademark deadpan humor, debuting on Johnny Carson, and [...]
4 May. 2023
Conan talks to David from Colombia about working in a dangerous profession, death metal, and fun facts about his home country.
1 May. 2023
Actor, writer, and producer Charlie Day feels euphoric about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Charlie sits down with Conan to chat about his Rhode Island upbringing, committing himself to absurdity [...]
27 Apr. 2023
Conan chats with Florencia in Argentina about guided yoga and the local specialty cuisine.
24 Apr. 2023
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich feels psyched about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Lars sits down with Conan to discuss Metallica’s 11th studio album 72 Seasons, playing every continent on Earth [...]
20 Apr. 2023
Conan chats with Kassem from Beirut about workplace romances, boxing, and his worst fear.

Lex Fridman Podcast

28 May. 2023
Neil Gershenfeld is the director of the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – LMNT: to get free sample [...]
24 May. 2023
Randall Kennedy is a law professor at Harvard and author of many seminal books on race, law, history, culture, and politics. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight [...]
18 May. 2023
Anna Frebel is an astronomer and astrophysicist at MIT. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Hexclad Cookware: and use code LEX to get 10% [...]
16 May. 2023
Harvey Silverglate is a free speech advocate, co-founder of FIRE, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Expression, and author of several books on freedom of speech and criminal justice. He is [...]
9 May. 2023
Stephen Wolfram is a computer scientist, mathematician, theoretical physicist, and the founder of Wolfram Research, a company behind Wolfram|Alpha, Wolfram Language, and the Wolfram Physics and [...]
6 May. 2023
David Pakman is a left-wing progressive political commentator and host of The David Pakman Show. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight Sleep: [...]
28 Apr. 2023
Robert Playter is CEO of Boston Dynamics, a legendary robotics company that over 30 years has created some of the most elegant, dextrous, and simply amazing robots ever built, including the humanoid [...]
21 Apr. 2023
Manolis Kellis is a computational biologist at MIT. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight Sleep: to get special savings – [...]
16 Apr. 2023
Simone Giertz is an inventor, designer, engineer, and roboticist famous for a combination of humor and brilliant creative design in the systems and products she creates. Please support this podcast [...]
13 Apr. 2023
Max Tegmark is a physicist and AI researcher at MIT, co-founder of the Future of Life Institute, and author of Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Please support this podcast [...]
10 Apr. 2023
Edward Frenkel is a mathematician at UC Berkeley working on the interface of mathematics and quantum physics. He is the author of Love and Math: The Heart of Hidden Reality. Please support this [...]
4 Apr. 2023
Paul Rosolie is a conservationist, explorer, author, filmmaker, real life Tarzan, and founder of Junglekeepers which today protects over 50,000 acres of threatened habitat. Please support this [...]
30 Mar. 2023
Eliezer Yudkowsky is a researcher, writer, and philosopher on the topic of superintelligent AI. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Linode: to get [...]
25 Mar. 2023
Sam Altman is the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind GPT-4, ChatGPT, DALL-E, Codex, and many other state-of-the-art AI technologies. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – [...]
21 Mar. 2023
Dr. Shannon Curry is a clinical and forensic psychologist who conducts research, therapy, and clinical evaluation pertaining to trauma, violence, and relationships. She testified in the Johnny Depp [...]

99% Invisible

31 May. 2023
The unlikely battle between the creator of the New York Public Library children's reading room and the beloved children’s classic Goodnight Moon.Goodnight [...]
23 May. 2023
Happy National Train Day, everyone – for those of you who missed it: that was May 13th this year. A year ago, we started down this path with Train Set: Track One, which gave way to Track Two …and [...]
17 May. 2023
LA might be the most extreme parking city on the planet. Parking regulations have made it nearly impossible to build new affordable housing, or to renovate old buildings. And parking has a massive [...]
9 May. 2023
In her new book Nuts and Bolts: Seven Small Inventions That Changed the World (in a Big Way), structural engineer Roma Agrawal identifies and examines the seven of most basic building blocks of [...]
2 May. 2023
Bad closed captions can be entertaining, but  they can be serious, too, because captions are a critical tool for lots of lots of people. There are the people learning a new language and of course [...]
25 Apr. 2023
There's a new movie out called Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game. It’s a fun and extremely meta biopic telling the story of Roger Sharpe, who, with one perfect shot, helped legalize pinball in [...]
19 Apr. 2023
Last year, Roman Mars teamed up with Hank Green to guest host Dear Hank & John -- this year he's back on the Greens' show once again, but this time with Hank's brother John Green (Turtles All the [...]
11 Apr. 2023
From scratchers to the Powerball, the lottery is the most popular form of gambling in the United States, even though the odds of winning a big jackpot is infinitesimally small. Jonathan D. Cohen is a [...]
4 Apr. 2023
Today the Netherlands has a reputation as a kind of bicycling paradise. Dutch people own more bicycles per capita than any other place in the world. The country has more than 20,000 miles of [...]
29 Mar. 2023
The “panopticon” might be the best known prison concept in the world. In the original design, all the cells are built around a central guard tower, designed to maintain order just by making [...]
21 Mar. 2023
Vintage crosscuts that were made between 1880 and 1930 are often the tool of choice for trail workers who maintain the country’s roughly 112 million acres of protected land. That’s ahead of chain [...]
17 Mar. 2023
The podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz is a show about the world's most interesting and recognizable sounds. I think of it as almost a sibling of 99% Invisible: lovingly produced and reported deep dives [...]
14 Mar. 2023
Back when whale oil was mainly used as a fuel to burn in lanterns and streetlights, an enterprising man named William F. Nye found a new way to sell whale oil to a rapidly changing world: as a [...]
7 Mar. 2023
 If we’ve learned anything from watching the turnover of tech giants like Yahoo! and MySpace, it’s that internet darlings rise and fall. And there’s something darkly fascinating about watching [...]
28 Feb. 2023
One study from 2018 found that Major League Baseball umpires blow about 14 calls every game. That’s 34,000 bad calls every year. And it makes a difference. A blown strike call can decide a win or a [...]

Atlas Obscura Podcast

31 May. 2023
A race is on to save this world heritage site that straddles the border of Togo and Benin. It’s home to remarkable earth tower homes called Takienta, and the Batammariba people, whose existence is [...]
30 May. 2023
We go to Sweden, where some people are intent on making a woman a permanent symbol of resistance, whether or not she would have wanted it.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
29 May. 2023
We go to Statesboro, Georgia to the US National Tick Collection to learn what ticks, often thought of as little monstrosities, can teach us.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
26 May. 2023
The Flagg Grove School in Brownsville, Tennessee has become a museum dedicated to its most famous student. READ MORE IN THE [...]
25 May. 2023
Take a trip to Micropia, the world’s only museum dedicated to microscopic organisms, and learn about our invisible life companions.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
24 May. 2023
The story of the unimaginable destruction of the American Chestnut tree and the group of scientists, academics and tree lovers who are desperately trying to bring them back from the edge of [...]
23 May. 2023
A spinning furnace tucked under the football stadium at the University of Arizona is building giant telescope mirrors. READ MORE IN THE [...]
22 May. 2023
Sun cannons have been around since the 1600s. But as far as we know, there’s only one left that’s still up and running. We pay it a visit. READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
19 May. 2023
Habaneros!  Jalapenos! Green! Red! These days, an appreciation for chiles is pretty mainstream. But that wasn’t always the case. We head to New Mexico to learn how this food became such a huge [...]
18 May. 2023
A North Carolina town has become a draw for people who want to see the wreckage of the train wreck from the movie “The Fugitive.” But a more interesting – and true – story happened just a [...]
17 May. 2023
A once-blacklisted Hollywood star created a magical theater in Topanga Canyon, California, that still endures and inspires today.READ MORE IN THE ATLAS: [...]
16 May. 2023
One of the oldest books in the world is also the most misunderstood. A medievalist tells us about the Voynich, which is in the collection of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at [...]
15 May. 2023
She’s about 8 feet wide and 500 pounds. And her history spans all the way from the stockyards of Chicago... to a nuclear test during the Manhattan a stadium at the University of Texas [...]
12 May. 2023
We dig through more than 1,000 years of dirt, history,  colonialism, and myth on the Swahili Coast.Read more in the Atlas: [...]
11 May. 2023
Where can you find the smoothest, most scrumptious edible art? If you ask our host, Dylan, it’s in the Minnesota State Fair butter sculpture room. He’s joined in this episode by Gastro Obscura [...]


18 May. 2023
In this continuation, Jello and Eddie discuss noir films and their favorite types of noir films as well as where the future of noir seems to be heading. Hosted on Acast. See for [...]
4 May. 2023
Grab your drink and close the blinds because today Renegade Roundtable because Renegade NOIR table! Jello talks with the "Czar of Noir" Eddie Muller. They discuss what is noir as well as how Eddie [...]
26 Apr. 2023
In this episode of What Would Jello Do? and Renegade Roundtable, Jello Biafra talks about the departure of Tucker Carlson and how the removal of the Fairness Doctrine has caused media company talking [...]
20 Apr. 2023
Former Pop Star turned war refugee Gino Jevdević goes deeper into his powerful story of surviving the Balkan war, PTSD; and finally escaping the violence, landing eventually in Seattle. Hear [...]
6 Apr. 2023
From Eugene Hutz’ tales of war in Ukraine, now brace yourself for this next guest. Meet fellow Gypsy Punk wildman Gino Jevdevic, who spent 3 years trapped in the actual war in Bosnia, as shelling [...]
30 Mar. 2023
Today Jello interviews firebrand, political fighter, and rapper Kalyn Heffernan of the musical group WHEELCHAIR SPORTS CAMP. In the final part of this series they dive into the music of WHEELCHAIR [...]
16 Mar. 2023
Today Jello interviews firebrand, political fighter, and rapper Kalyn Heffernan of the musical group WHEELCHAIR SPORTS CAMP. In part one of this two part series they discuss disabilities, the [...]
2 Mar. 2023
In this continuation from part 1, Jello Biafra talks to his good friend , Ukrainian born, Eugene Hutz of the gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello. Jello and Eugene discuss life in Kiev before the [...]
14 Feb. 2023
For two episodes, Jello Biafra talks to his good friend , Ukrainian born, Eugene Hutz. Eugene is the frontman for the gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello. Jello and Eugene discuss life in Kiev before the [...]
10 Jan. 2023
No guests this week! In a brand new spoken word, Jello Biafra addresses the ongoing investigation of January 6th and the crimes that go beyond the events of that day. What Would Jello Do? is an [...]
9 Dec. 2022
Jello Biafra sits down with musician Dominic Davi, bassist for the bands Tsunami Bomb and Loud Graves. Davi is also head of Jello's long running independent record label Alternative Tentacles Records [...]
24 Nov. 2022
Actor, musician, and comedian Fred Armisen sits down with Jello Biafra for an epic discussion that you do not want to miss! Hosted on Acast. See for more [...]
31 Oct. 2022
Jello Biafra welcomes author and freelance journalist, Greg Palast in this politically charged episode of Renegade Roundtable. Greg lets listeners in on the logistics of voter fraud and gives them [...]
28 Oct. 2022
Jello Biafra and acclaimed musician, Mojo Nixon have been friends for many years and have had lots of fun together in the past that even included a collaborative album. Together [...]
21 Oct. 2022
Musician Al Jourgensen of Ministry is Jello Baifra‘s guest on the very first Renegade Roundtable episode! They talk about politics, their history together, their [...]

TED Radio Hour

26 May. 2023
Original broadcast date: August 26, 2022. Everything is not what it seems. We can easily disguise ourselves in both the digital and physical world. This hour, TED speakers explore the ways we go [...]
19 May. 2023
It's easy to focus on the nuances that get lost in translation, but what about the insights that are found? This hour, TED speakers reveal what we gain by adapting and translating information. Guests [...]
12 May. 2023
Original broadcast date: January 21, 2022. Fiction can serve as a window into multiple realities—to imagine different futures or understand our own past. This hour, author and TED speaker Dave [...]
5 May. 2023
When problems arise, it's tempting to wait for someone else to address it. But sometimes, the only person who can fix it... is you. This hour, TED speakers share ideas on how to do it yourself. [...]
28 Apr. 2023
Original broadcast date: October 7, 2022. We encounter friction every day — in all its forms — as we brush our teeth, go for a jog, argue with a friend. This hour, TED speakers explore how this [...]
21 Apr. 2023
Original broadcast date: July 15, 2022. "The birds and the bees" may be a euphemism for human reproduction, but procreation of actual winged animals is far wilder. This hour, TED speakers explore how [...]
14 Apr. 2023
Shirin Neshat is seen as a powerful voice for Iranian women...but her art has never been shown in Iran. She speaks on life in exile and how her acclaimed and controversial art is shaped by politics. [...]
7 Apr. 2023
Original broadcast date: January 7, 2022. New innovations in gene and stem cell technology have the power to shape ecosystems and even change humanity. This hour, TED speakers share the breakthroughs [...]
31 Mar. 2023
When times get tough, how do we keep our spirits up? In part 3 of our series Mind, Body, Spirit, TED speakers tell stories of salvaging the human psyche and rekindling a zest for life. Guests include [...]
24 Mar. 2023
We know it's important to listen to our bodies and trust how we feel — but it's not always easy. In part 2 of our series Mind, Body, Spirit, TED speakers explore ideas about movement, pleasure and [...]
17 Mar. 2023
For millennia, humans have debated the mind, body, spirit connection. But today, the phrase sounds trite — a hallmark of the #selfcare industry. Over the next three episodes, TED speakers will [...]
10 Mar. 2023
Original broadcast date: March 22, 2022. In the last century, human life expectancy has doubled. This hour, we talk with writer Steven Johnson on the many breakthroughs that made this possible — [...]
3 Mar. 2023
Original broadcast date: June 3, 2022. Humor can lighten the mood. But it can also provoke, cajole and inspire. This hour, TED speakers share how we can wield humor as a tool across all aspects of [...]
24 Feb. 2023
You don't need to be big and boisterous to pack a punch. This hour, TED speakers explore the surprising strength of all things miniscule and fleeting.
17 Feb. 2023
Original broadcast date: November 12, 2021. We hear calls for systemic change, but what does that look like? This hour, TED speakers share stories of taking on institutions — from schools, to [...]

The Doug Stanhope Podcast

25 May. 2023
Doug explains what happened on the way to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and gets his blood test results from an old friend from the neighborhood. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do [...]
12 May. 2023
Doug is back from his Canadian tour and Meatwig blasts the podcast. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing support. Recorded May 9th, 2023 at the Quiet House in [...]
19 Apr. 2023
Doug visits a doctor only because he grew up with him. Plus, baby on board. Stanhope's Noon Day Drinking Shows May 16 & 17, 2023, Tickets available only at Comedy Mothership - [...]
5 Apr. 2023
Doug is in Austin, TX and he keeps evacuating out of both ends. It's hard to know for sure but it's probably cancer. Right? Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing [...]
22 Mar. 2023
Doug is still without a home and in the middle of an emotional crisis.  Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not do this without your ongoing support. Recorded Mar. 15th, 2023 at the Little House [...]
9 Mar. 2023
Doug steps off the plane from Australia and admits he is a changed man. Chaille delivers the HRIFF Best Actor award Stanhope.  Check out the Press phots from the HRIFF awards Ceremony - [...]
27 Feb. 2023
While Doug is currently on tour in Australia, he still carved out a little time for a  campfire style podcast in the round with local Australian comics. Thank You Patreon Subscribers. We could not [...]
10 Feb. 2023
The Doug Stanhope Podcast #514 "BEST ACTOR" (AD FREE) Doug ventures out to Hollywood, CA to promote his upcoming Australian tour. Plus, a house update and a special announcement.   Thank You Patreon [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Doug is back from vacation and has a problem with resort fees. Bingo gets a used cat. Recorded Jan 20th, 2023 at the Tucson Hotel in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Tracey [...]
11 Jan. 2023
Doug has a new residence on the road before he goes on the road. Recorded Jan 7th, 2023 at the Tucson Hotel in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey [...]
27 Dec. 2022
William Regal, English retired professional wrestler, known for his over 20 years spent in WWE, as both a performer and an on-screen authority, and for his time performing in World Championship [...]
14 Dec. 2022
Bingo's hole issue, when an IUD is MIA, Doug has a fire update and Kristine Levine offers to help. Recorded Dec 13th, 2022 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo [...]
2 Dec. 2022
Practically homeless, Doug now has to deal with the crazies. Recorded Dec 1st, 2022 at the Quiet House in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@Egglester), [...]
1 Dec. 2022
Lots of phone calls but not a lot getting done. Doug fills us in. Recorded Nov 30th, 2022 at the QuietHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Raider, Tracey [...]
30 Nov. 2022
Fire at the compound. Recorded Nov 27th, 2022 at the QuietHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Raider, Tracey (@egglester), and Ggreg Chaille [...]