New! John Donvan in Conversation with David McRaney on the Science of Changing Minds 51 min.

What does it take to change someone else's mind? It turns out there is a science to it. That's at least according to David McRaney, a journalist, author, and host of the You Are Not So Smart podcast. The first step, he says, is don't overtly try to win an argument. Try instead to express your ideas and lead the person along in stages. This approach—rather than attempting to defeat the opposing par...

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Is Public Radio Still Relevant?: A Debate 60 min.

Public radio emerged in the 1920s to give Americans access to news, commentary, cultural affairs, and other items that commercial radio often ignored. Funded by the government, contributors, and other entities, public radio has long provided listeners with a broad range of programs. But with the rise of satellite radio, on-demand streaming, and millions of podcasts in the 21st century, some critic...

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Endangered 89 min.

An official selection of the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival, Endangered chronicles a year in the life of four journalists living and working in democratic countries where freedom of the press has historically been considered a “given.” Yet, as online misinformation proliferates and world leaders brazenly denigrate the press, distrust of traditional media is on the rise, and journalists are increasingl...

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Give Feedback About Body Odor 10 min.

"Give Feedback about Body Odor" is a video to help develop skills to tackle the hard task of telling someone they have body odor or bad breath – a surprisingly common problem faced by many people. But how do you tell them in a way that doesn't upset or offend them, and create even more problems? It is challenging and must be dealt with quickly but sensitively. Discussing this issue can be embarras...

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Amanda Gorman - 2021 Inaugural Poem (Great Speeches, Volume 33) 8 min.

Poet Amanda Gorman delivers a critically acclaimed performance at the Inauguration of President Joe Biden

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Great Speeches (Volume 33) 76 min.

This series presents Greta Thunberg's speech at the UN Climate Action Summit, Joe Biden's Inaugural Address, Liz Cheney's speech to House concerning her party’s stripping her of her position, Harry Truman's 1948 DNC Acceptance of nomination, Margaret Chase Smith's presidential run announcement, and Amanda Gorman's 2021 Inaugural presentation.

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Greta Thunberg - United Nations Speech (Great Speeches, Volume 33) 7 min.

Noted environemental activist Greta Thunberg delivers an important address to the United Nations.

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Harry S. Truman - 1948 DNC Acceptance (Great Speeches, Volume 33) 27 min.

President Harry S Truman delivers a fiery address in acceptance of his party's nomination for the 1948 Presidential Election

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Joe Biden - Inaugural Address (Great Speeches, Volume 33) 24 min.

46th United States President Joseph Biden delivers his inaugral address

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Liz Cheney - Speech from the House Floor (Great Speeches, Volume 33) 9 min.

Conservative Congressional Representative Liz Cheney delivers an address to the US House of Representatives regarding the actions of President Donald Trump

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