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Published by: Theresa M. Lemieux on May 03, 2011
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Disciplines: Media, Science, Economics:
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Podcast Resources
Planet Moneyis NPR’s podcast on global economics and business. Initiallycreated by veteran public radio reporters Alex Blumberg and AdamDavidson to explain the recent financial crisis, the show quickly becameone of the most popular and praised podcasts available.Planet Money’s success lies in how it tackles complex subjects with greatstorytelling. A financial instrument like a Collateralized Debt Obligation(CDO) may sound impossibly boring, but Planet Money routinely makesthese types of things the heart of a thrilling narrative. The team continues toexplore the financial collapse, but they’ve expanded their scope to includeall aspects of the global economy.
: 15-30 minutes
: Twice a week
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Additional Listening
:Freakanomics Radio
The author interned at NPR.
Every Sunday, comedians Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver recap theweek’s events inThe Bugle, a satirical podcast that is easily one of thefunniest listens on the Internet. Think an audio version of The Daily Show,where Oliver is also a regular. The Bugle’s focus tends to be on the biggestinternational news, but the duo’s separate locations – Zaltzman in Londonand Oliver in New York City – ensure a focus on the English-speakingworld’s antics. Although the pair has a leftward slant, there are no sacredcows. The Bugle even takes aim at itself in its tagline: “An audio newspaper for a visual world.”
: The Times (UK)
: 30 minutes
: Weekly
Additional Listening
:NPR News,BBC World Service
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