Highlights from some of Jeff Schechtman’s most listened-to podcasts of 2015.  Photo credit: Background (Comer Zhao / Flickr - CC BY-SA 2.0) and others WhoWhatWhy 2015

As we wrap up this year, we offer an amuse-bouche of what we’ve been doing, podcast-wise — and hope that you will want to follow some of the links to enjoy the full meal.  Consider it gourmet food for thought.

If you listen to our year end wrap-up below (40 minutes total), you’ll hear David Talbot musing on  the hidden history of Allen Dulles and the CIA — and its linkage to the JFK assassination.  You’ll meet Professor Michael Glennon and get his take on  how our government really works… it’s not what you think. And professor and author Peter Dale Scott ruminates on the mysterious concept of “Continuity of Government.”

You’ll learn from Larry Siemes about the brutal life of a courageous prisoner at Gitmo. Patricia Goldstone will tell you a little about an artist who turned up dead after his work began to raise a lot of questions about the Bush family. Russ Baker explains his journey to understand what makes the Bushes truly a Family of Secrets.  And David Silverman, one of the our nation’s most prominent atheists, is downright evangelical in his desire to see religion die.

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It ain’t a vintage tv marathon, but we think it will make a compelling year-end experience. So…. grab a beverage of choice and/or a valued friend, sit back, and soak up the WhoWhatWhy conversation.


Related front page panorama photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from George H.W. Bush speaking (WikimediaCC BY 2.0) and Don Adams as Maxwell Smart (Wikimedia)

Author

  • Jeff Schechtman’s career spans movies, radio stations and podcasts. After spending twenty-five years in the motion picture industry as a producer and executive, he immersed himself in journalism, radio, and more recently the world of podcasts. To date he has conducted over ten-thousand interviews with authors, journalists, and thought leaders. Since March of 2015, he has conducted over 315 podcasts for WhoWhatWhy.org