Here are the final five of our curated list of podcasts that we think reflect both what we’ve all been through this past year and where we’re headed in 2020.
This year WhoWhatWhy has been proud to deliver to you 63 podcasts from professors, authors, political activities, entrepreneurs, US senators, investigative journalists, economists, members of the House of Representatives, scientists and thought leaders.
Picking our ten favorites is never an easy task. Of course, you can pick your own favorites, by going to our podcast page.
Podcasts have become the conversations that shape our perception of the world… more than television ever could. The intimacy of voices in your car, in your earbuds, in the dark of night we think brings us a special connection with the issues that we care about.
A look at why a dysfunctional world needs American democracy to work.
Gerrymandering expert David Daley explains the connection between partisan redistricting and Trump administration efforts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
A look at how things like the Chinese Exclusion Act, eugenics, and white America’s desire for racial purity have historically been far worse than what we are seeing today — at least so far.
The current reality may be far more dangerous than past nuclear threats: Richard Clarke, the first White House official placed in charge of US cybersecurity policy, looks at the dangers of cyberwarfare today.
A look at why the personal agendas of wealthy philanthropists do not always serve the public good.
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