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In May, Jordan Grafman (Northwestern University) joined the show to discuss his study on the cognitive roots of religious fundamentalism and his belief that the debate of belief systems will determine humanity's future.
Julie Kliegman joins the show to discuss her piece about mental health access for college athletes.
In Part III, Tanner discusses the difficulty of talking about problems with friends, how her goals shifted, and universal frustrations among student athletes.
In Part I, Tanner discusses her packed schedule as a student athlete and the pressure to put volleyball above school.
For this special edition of the show, we pause to take a look back at the 40 record labels I've featured so far, from Graveface (Episode 1) to Flying Nun (Episode 49)! I want to hear from you! Would you like to hear interviews with the people behind these labels, or do you prefer just enjoying the sweet mixes that I put together? Also, I want to know about your record label, or your friend's record label, or the label you just discovered and want more people to know about! Leave a message at (408) SUB-INEV or find me on social media at @subinev!
Grab a stein of beer and throw on your finest lederhosen! It's time to celebrate Oktoberfest, BTR style on the edition of Roadside Assistance.
A playlist to help you bid farewell to summer.
The weekend is here. Turn up the music and get on the dance floor. This indie dance mix is locked and loaded.
The official kickoff to fall is just under a month away but we're ready to get in the spirit. Grab a light sweater and a pumpkin spice latte before you turn up this mix and enjoy.
The Listening Booth has more from Moons of Mercury, electro beats with Soulwax, + the debut of TX jangle-wave band Siberian Traps!
BTRtoday is giving you the chance to experience the music and wonder of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival from June 8th to the 11th in Manchester, Tennessee. Starting today, May 18th at 12:00 pm…
We’ve got a lot of music in this episode… We’ll hear tunes by She Keeps Bees and New Myths, who are playing a benefit show for Planned Parenthood, as well as a song by Dumb Wolves, who are playing Thursdays For The Cause, in support of Our Revolution, at Our Wicked Lady. After that, it’s another group of songs from the King Pizza Records universe, with tracks by The Rizzos and a new one by The Mad Doctors. Then we have great stuff from Allah-Las, Sneaks, Office Culture, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Fred Thomas, Mount Sharp, and Pavo Pavo.
The Tyrst is ready for you this Tuesday with two hours of tunes including new stuff from Fred Thomas and All Our Exes Live In Texas.
John Oliver famously recorded a montage on his last episode that told the world, “Fuck You 2016!”  Well, while there are many reasons for a lot of people to agree with him, this week on Book Talk we take a look at some of the reasons as to why he may be wrong. To start off the New Year right, we are listing to excerpts from the Top 6 episodes. If you haven’t heard these interviews in full, please use the Search Tool at the bottom right-hand corner of this webpage and go back and listen! Until then, join these great clips from 2016. Sara Baume: Spill Simmer Falter Whither   Laura Barnett: The Version of Us   Lesley Blume: Everyone Behaves Badly Rory Flynn: Dark Horse Peter Ho Davies: The Fortunes Jade Chang: The Wangs vs. The World

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