15 days ago | 56 min
S3 Ep. 14: Paris Berelc
Paris Berelc (The Crew, Hubie Halloween) and Dan discuss Filipino Ube sweet potatoes, her hate of chinese food, and her allergy to, wait for it, oranges. Dafuq?This episode is brought to you by:Bombas Socks were made to give. For every pair of socks Bombas sells, they'll donate a pair to someone experiencing homelessness. Go to bombas.com/GED for 20% off your first order.Ritual Multivitamin is a clean vegan-friendly formula made with key nutrients to help fill gaps in the diet. Ritual makes healthy habits easy. Go to ritual.com/GED for 10% off your order.Panasonic's 4 in 1 Multioven is a microwave, a broiler, an air fryer, and a convection over all in one. To receive special offers, go to panasonickitchen.com and become a Panasonic Insider.The Genius Recipe Tapes is a new podcast from Food52. Host Kristen Miglore speaks to the geniuses behind iconic recipes, and uncovers the recipes that changed the way we cook. Listen today.Produced by Andrew Steven and The Podglomerate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
3 months ago | 48 min
Reese Witherspoon drops in with her signature advice style: “super proper meets kinda country.” Reese and Tig advise on true love, trying to find friends, and how many gifts are too many gifts. Plus, they have some shoe recommendations for you. Get tickets to Don’t Ask Tig: Live! with Judd Apatow on December 17th at dontasktig.org/tickets! This episode is sponsored by Headspace (headspace.com/tig) and BetterHelp Online Counseling (betterhelp.com/Tig). Need advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @DontAskTig.
20 days ago | 39 min
Bonus Episode: In Conversation: Reframing Black History and Culture
For the past year, Overheard has explored the journeys of photographers and scientists who are focusing a new lens on history. National Geographic presents In Conversation, a special podcast episode featuring explorer Tara Roberts, computer scientist Gloria Washington, and photographer Ruddy Roye. Through their dynamic work across maritime archeology, artificial intelligence, and photojournalism, they’re determined to reimagine Black history.We begin with National Geographic Explorer and Storytelling Fellow Tara Roberts, who talks to Overheard’s Amy Briggs about documenting the efforts of Black scuba divers and archaeologists in their search for the lost wrecks of ships that carried enslaved Africans to the Americas.We’ll also hear from computer scientist Gloria Washington of Howard University. She speaks with guest host Brian Gutierrez about her work developing “emotional” artificial intelligence.And finally National Geographic Storytelling Fellow Ruddy Roye traces his photographic journey with Overheard’s Peter Gwin—and turns his lens on the racial and civil conflicts that defined 2020.For more stories like this one, visit National Geographic’s Race in America homepage, chronicling the human journey of racial, ethnic, and religious groups across the United States.
3 months ago | 29 min
A supply chain that could end the pandemic
When the first coronavirus vaccine is approved for emergency use, officials across the country will embark on a finely orchestrated, high-stakes process to distribute and administer doses. Meet the people inside the supply chain that could end the pandemic.Read more:Once you have a vaccine, you have to get it to the masses. That’s the hard part. A vaccine manufacturer. A shipper. A state health official. A dry-ice guy. Host Martine Powers and producer Linah Mohammad take us inside the supply chain and speak to the people responsible for making the life-saving vaccine program work. In this episode, we explore how each part of the chain is preparing — from approval and manufacturing, to climate-controlled delivery reliant on dry ice, to how stores are readying themselves for the first shipment. Learn about the potential kinks that may show up in the chain and what it takes to overcome those hurdles. What you need to know about the coronavirus vaccine, and what to watch this week. Subscribe to The Washington Post: https://postreports.com/offer
3 months ago | 45 min
442. Is it Too Late for General Motors to Go Electric?
G.M. produces more than 20 times as many cars as Tesla, but Tesla is worth nearly 10 times as much. Mary Barra, the C.E.O. of G.M., is trying to fix that. We speak with her about the race toward an electrified (and autonomous) future, China and Trump, and what it’s like to be the “fifth-most powerful woman in the world.”