February 08, 2006
Here's an archive of low-fidelity, low-bandwidth versions of the Glenn & Helen Show, for those with slow connections. It's 16 kbps mp3, so the sound isn't great, but it's not as bad as you'd think. For full information on all the podcasts, see the Podcast Archive.
John McCain on, well, John McCain.
Wired Magazine editor-in-chief Chris Anderson talks about his new book, The Long Tail.
Austin Bay and Jim Dunnigan, on North Korean missiles, East Asian diplomacy, and the war in Iraq, Afghanistan -- and around the world.
Andy Kessler, on how Moore's Law will revolutionize medicine in the next few years.
Alberto Armageddon, podcasted nearly live from the Gulf coast.
Divorce, American Style: Lauren Strange-Boston offers advice on pre-marriage, marriage, and divorce.
James Lileks and Cathy Seipp on parenting fears and fads.
Peter Beinart on his new book, The Good Fight : Why Liberals---and Only Liberals---Can Win the War on Terror and Make America Great Again.
Mary Cheney on her new book, Now It's My Turn: A Daughter's Chronicle of Political Life.
Ken Mehlman and Michael Barone on the Republicans' problems and the prospects for a third party Presidential candidate in 2008. (May 11, 2006)
Alternative Media and Alternative Energy: Jim Meigs on biofuels, and Henry Copeland on blog advertising. (May 2, 2006).
Vernor Vinge on the Singularity, science fiction, and life. (April 26, 2006).
Austin Bay, Jim Dunnigan, and Michael Totten, talking about China, the Middle East, and independent blog-reporting. (April 21, 2006)
Congressman Harold Ford, Jr. on a variety of topics. (April 11, 2006).
Bill Frist on immigration: He also talks about PorkBusters. April 6, 2006.
Virginia Postrel on kidney donation, April 3, 2006.
Click here to hear Israeli Ambassador Daniel Ayalon talking about mideast politics, and BlogCarnival.com founder Brad Rubenstein talking about blog carnivals.
Politicization and Psychology: Dr. Nicholas Cummings, coauthor of Destructive Trends in Mental Health: The Well-Intentioned Path to Harm, talks about political correctness and the American Psychological Association.
Hearts and Ports: Cardiologist Dr. Wes Fisher and Laurie Anderson of WebMD talk about treating and preventing heart problems. Also, Stewart Baker, Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Policy, talks about port security and reacts to some suggestions from Frank J. Fleming.
Claire Berlinski talks about Islam, European assimilation (or the lack thereof), the Cartoon Wars, and much more. (February 28, 2006).
John Scalzi and Tim Minear talk about Ghost Brigades, Firefly, and more. (February 25, 2006).
Jim Dunnigan and Austin Bay talk about the Dubai ports imbroglio, the Philippines, Iran, and more. (February 22, 2006).
Bill Frist on avian flu, and various bloggers, etc., on various topics, recorded live on Bloggers' Row at CPAC. (February 15, 2006).
Click here for James Swanson, author of Manhunt: The 12-day Chase for Lincoln's Killer. (February 8, 2006).
Click here for interviews on war and diplomacy with Austin Bay and Jim Dunnigan, on oil and pricing with Lynne Kiesling and Roger Stern, and firsthand warblogging with Michael Yon. (February 4, 2006).
Click here for interviews with Michael Gurian, author of The Minds of Boys: Saving Our Sons from Falling Behind in School and Life, about his research on boys and education, and Jim Meigs of Popular Mechanics, about hybrid cars and trucks. (January 30, 2006)