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SMNTY Classics: Is Man Flu Real?

SMNTY Classics: Is Man Flu Real?

Do men complain more about being sick? Do women have stronger immune systems? Who takes the most sick days? All this and more in this classic episode.
SYMHC Classics: Lisztomania

SYMHC Classics: Lisztomania

This 2015 episode is all about pianist, composer and conductor Franz Liszt. He was basically the first rock star who drove fans into fits of swooning and screaming. Some fans even stole the detritus
Bonus Interview: ASW Distillery

Bonus Interview: ASW Distillery

In preparation for our scotch episode, we visited the local ASW Distillery in late 2018 to learn how they make their peated single-malt whiskey. This bonus episode is that interview -- a deep dive
From the Vault: Bathysphere, Part 2

From the Vault: Bathysphere, Part 2

In 1930, American naturalist William Beebe began his descent in a spherical, unpowered submarine known as a Bathysphere -- and in doing so visited a world previously unseen by human beings. In this
SYSK Selects: How Lobotomies Work

SYSK Selects: How Lobotomies Work

Lobotomies -- brain surgeries to relieve psychiatric problems -- are rarely performed today, but they were once fairly common. Tune in to learn more about the controversial history and practice of
Savor Wings It

Savor Wings It

Chicken wings, deep fried and coated in a sauce, are eaten by the billions in the U.S. during the weekend of NFL's Super Bowl. Guest Ramsey Yount joins Anney and Lauren to explore the dish’s history,
Does Paying People to Move to a State Work? No One Really Knows

Does Paying People to Move to a State Work? No One Really Knows

Many Midwestern and New England states are hoping to attract more residents by offering cash, student loan forgiveness and other incentives. But surprisingly, no one has studied whether these programs
Why Can’t You Copyright a Chicken Sandwich?

Why Can’t You Copyright a Chicken Sandwich?

In 2019, a new cache of works entered the Public Domain— from Charlie Chaplin to Jane Austen stories to Felix the Cat cartoons. But what does that really mean? Will and Mango dig into how Mickey Mouse
Motherhood and Identity

Motherhood and Identity

The hosts of YouTurns drop by to discuss the shifting phases of motherhood and identity.
Frederick Douglass' North Star Newspaper Set to Relaunch

Frederick Douglass' North Star Newspaper Set to Relaunch

Frederick Douglass' pivotal 19th century abolitionist newspaper is being relaunched for a 21st century audience.
Famous Lost Tombs, Part II

Famous Lost Tombs, Part II

Join the guys as they explore more strange and mysterious cases of famous lost grave sites — some of which were lost on purpose.
Why There Is So Much Confusion About Who Has Food Allergies

Why There Is So Much Confusion About Who Has Food Allergies

A new study showed that about 10 percent of Americans who thought they had food allergies actually had food intolerance issues. So what's the difference?
Casey on Kubrick Part III: Eyes Wide Shut

Casey on Kubrick Part III: Eyes Wide Shut

Chuck and Casey wrap up their Stanley Kubrick tribute series today with the controversial final film of his career - 1999's Eyes Wide Shut.
CNN’s Bias Against AOC, Ohhh RUSSIAN Collusion 1.17.19

CNN’s Bias Against AOC, Ohhh RUSSIAN Collusion 1.17.19

In episode 312, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Zainab Johnson to discuss Dick Run Claire, a new Trump-inspired Space Force comedy from The Office creators, Rudy Giuliani claiming he never said
TechStuff Classic: How Helicopters Work

TechStuff Classic: How Helicopters Work

How do helicopters work? Why does a helicopter need a tail rotor? What is a quadrocopter? Join Jonathan and Chris as they look at the quirky contraptions called helicopters.
You Got Them A Baby Bugatti

You Got Them A Baby Bugatti

The Culture Kings Jacquis and Edgar are joined by Laci Mosley to discuss drugs, credit card scams, the B2K tour, having kids, the Trump Burger incident, Laci's upcoming projects and more!
Could a Vaccine Help Save Honey Bees?

Could a Vaccine Help Save Honey Bees?

Honey bees are dying off due to a number of dangers, including bacterial diseases. Learn how researchers are hoping to help these important pollinators in today's episode of BrainStuff.
Saturn's Rings Will Exist for Just a Blip in Time

Saturn's Rings Will Exist for Just a Blip in Time

No worries though. Jupiter, Neptune or Uranus could create their own beautiful, bright ring display in the distant future.
Split Brain, Part 2

Split Brain, Part 2

Our brains are composed of two hemispheres, but in what ways are they truly separate? In which ways are they one? In this bisected Stuff to Blow Your Mind exploration, Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick
Scientists Grow Human Blood Vessels in Lab

Scientists Grow Human Blood Vessels in Lab

The groundbreaking innovation could mean major advances in treating people with diabetes and other vascular diseases.