Hidden Brain

Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.

https://hiddenbrain.org/

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President Barack Obama


Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep interviews President Barack Obama at the White House. It's a wide-ranging conversation covering his administration's ISIS strategy, national identity, and the President's legacy entering his final year in office. Steve Inskeep sets up the interview with Politics Podcast host Sam Sanders and political editor Domenico Montanaro. Find the team on Twitter @NPRInskeep, @samsanders, and @DomenicoNPR, or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-21  41m
 
 

NPR Interviews President Barack Obama


Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep and NPR Visuals editor Kainaz Amaria join political editor Domenico Montanaro and Politics Podcast host Sam Sanders to talk about what it's like to interview a sitting President at the White House, as Steve did this week for NPR's Morning Edition. His interview with President Obama will be released Monday, December 21 here on the podcast, online at npr.org, and on your local public radio station...


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 2015-12-19  16m
 
 

Weekly Roundup: Thursday, December 17


This week: the final GOP debate of the year, Hillary Clinton talks foreign policy, and Carly Fiorina eats dog treats. Plus a hint of something special on the podcast this weekend. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Danielle Kurtzleben, digital political reporter; Ron Elving; editor and correspondent. Find the team on twitter @tamarakeithNPR, @samsanders, @titonka, and @NPRrelving, or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-18  35m
 
 

Quick Take: The Politics of 'Star Wars'


In anticipation of The Force Awakens, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, campaign corespondent Scott Detrow, and editor Brett Neely discuss the messy intergalactic politics of Star Wars. Find the team on Twitter @tamarakeithNPR, @scottdetrow, and @brettneely or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-15  9m
 
 

Episode 13: Terrorism


Why do young people join ISIS? Is it nihilism, or, as social scientists suggest, a perverse idealism? This week on Hidden Brain, we explore the psychology of terrorist groups, and why so many young people leave behind promising futures to join them.


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 2015-12-15  27m
 
 

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer


A special guest appearance from Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who talks about the inner workings of the nation's highest court...and the musical Hamilton. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Ailsa Chang, Congressional correspondent; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent; Nina Totenberg, Supreme Court correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @samsanders, @ailsachang, @NPRrelving, and @NinaTotenberg, or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-13  29m
 
 

Weekly Roundup: Friday, December 11


This week: GOP leaders face facts as the Trump candidacy continues, the latest on the Democratic side of the race, and Michelle Obama's rap about college. This episode: Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Asma Khalid, campaign reporter; Domenico Montanaro, political editor. Find the team on Twitter @samsanders, @tamarakeithNPR, @asmamk, and @DomenicoNPR, and at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-11  26m
 
 

Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign


How recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino are changing rhetoric and reshaping the race for 2016. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Don Gonyea, national political correspondent; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent; Carrie Johnson, justice correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics or at npr.org/politics.


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 2015-12-08  17m
 
 

Episode 12: Humor


This week on Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam looks at what we find funny and what, well, crosses the line. Comedian Bill Burr joins us to talk about why race, gender and Caitlin Jenner can be so funny.


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 2015-12-08  20m
 
 

Weekly Roundup: Friday, December 4


This week: shootings in Colorado Springs and San Bernardino have amplified political debates over gun control and national security. Plus the state of the GOP primary, what Donald Trump's continued front-runner status means for the party, and what the NPR Politics team just 'can't let go' this week. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Sam Sanders, campaign reporter; Domenico Montanaro, political editor; Don Gonyea, national political correspondent...


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 2015-12-05  34m