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Lisa Autz
Learning about how enhancing the productivity and incomes of smallholder family farmers is key to progress, according to…
We delve into some positive changes to make for 2016 that can help the New Year ring in with some environmental hope in…
We learn about the state of food insecurity in the world and how about 793 million people are undernourished globally,…
Barbara Ekwall begins with the various ways FAO of The United Nations defines hunger and what regions are primarily…
We speak with Barbara Ekwall, Senior Liaison Officer at the North America Office of the Food and Agriculture…
To cut back on the food we waste, Dana Gunders gives some simple steps, like making strategic grocery lists or putting…
Main causes of waste occurs due to poor planning and overbuying as well as from food being stored improperly, according…
How to spread the spirit through food conservation--the best kind of giving that we can pay forward not only to our…
Practical strategies, checklists, and educational infographics on reducing waste with recipes like Sour Milk Pancakes…
Dana Gunders talks with us about why she wrote the Waste-Free Kitchen Handbook and how 40 percent of food in America…
Dana Gunders, staff scientist focused on food and agriculture, speaks with us about reducing food waste and her book,…
Dr. Azra Raza discusses how the FDA has created inertia as it continues to recognize these models as the gold standard…
This week on Third Eye, we’re shining a light on the paradigms that the sun is setting on as well as introduce new…
It’s “Dusk Week” at BTR… with the setting sun of dusk, comes reflection on the preceding day. In that spirit,…
Dr. Azra Raza speaks with us about the case of Sepsis where mice modeling proved to be a useless tactic in developing a…
Part 2 with Dr. Azra Raza, the Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University, discusses the history and…
Dr. Azra Raza, the Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University in New York, NY, speaks with us about the hazard in…
How the first electric fridge emerged after the Great Depression to promote modernism through consumption.
Marvin Kalb continues the conversation on how to build future relations with Russia despite Putin's purely nationalistic…
What do you cherish most in your fridge? Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis discover what kitchen-goods people in New York can…
Part 2 with Marvin Kalb, a former journalist and Harvard professor, wrote a book called Imperial Gamble: Putin, Ukraine,…
BTR staffers share the worst jokes they've ever heard.
We speak with Marvin Kalb, a former journalist and Harvard professor, wrote a book called Imperial Gamble: Putin,…
How artists are enriching daily routines with literature.
Learning how LeanPath Inc. creates a technological system that addresses the food waste crisis in America.
Part 2 with Andrew Shakman, the CEO of LeanPath, Inc., on personal ways to prevent food waste.
It’s type week here at BTR, and despite the roaring silence of a binary coded void, we’re here to talk about the old…
Arguably, everyone has a type - that ideal set of traits they look for in another person. BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa…
We speak with Andrew Shakman, a food waste prevention advocate and the CEO of LeanPath, a food-saving technology…
David and Austin have continued the collaborative work. Fallen Fruit began by mapping fruit trees growing on or over…
The collective seeks to bring reflection and activism in taking an artistic approach to agriculture in America.
Part 2 with Scott Zdrazil discusses shareholder engagement with fossil fuel companies and The Accountability Project.
Scott Zdrazil, Director of Corporate Governance at Amalgamated Bank, discusses shareholder engagement with fossil fuel…
Today’s podcast is about the power of reflections and how does science and art help us more deeply reflect on the…
BTR staffers determine whether or not intimacy can be created through staring into one another’s eyes.
Reid Capalino coordinates and advises the firm’s work on behalf of companies seeking to make New York City more…
Self-reflection can be a powerful thing. With that in mind, BTR’s Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people at Madison…
Helen Rosenthal discusses the responsibility of public officials and calls for a financial study on the detriment of…
Sherry Turkle, founder of MIT Initiative on Technology and Self, sets out to encourage greater reflection on…
Cynthia Ogden, epidemiologist and expert in obesity, discusses results from a study on the prevalence of obesity in…
Part 2 with Robert Blum from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health on the corporate and political influences…
Today, we take a more expansive view of gluttony, not only of over-consumption of food, but also of technology, in this…
No matter the virtue, vice is never far behind. BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz ask people in New York about their…
Everything from advertisement to undisclosed sugar additives in food are some of the leading causes of the childhood…
Part 2 with a member of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health on the advertising strategies used by Food…
Professor of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health discusses corporate advertising and the strategies used to…
The strange persistence of competitive eating contests for the sake of sadistic entertainment.
Ksenia Gnedeva, from the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience at Rockefeller University , on research into super-fine ear…
Part 2 of our interview with Allen Gibbs who has been conducting an unusual series of studies on obese fruit flies.
This week we explore the extraordinary and remarkable feats of super-strength herbivores as well as research into…
It’s Super Week at BTR, so Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis take to NYC's Madison Square Park to find out the answer to the…
Allen Gibbs, a professor of Life Sciences at the University of Nevada who has been conducting an unusual series of…
Part 2 with Blaire van Valkenburgh, a paleontologist, on how hyper-carnivores, such as the sabre-tooth tiger, used their…
Valkenburgh uncovers Pleistocene-era teeth and examines them to determine exactly how these giant predators survived.
How does the lack of language to translate highly advanced technology and sciences affect our ability to become active…
Part 2 of our interview with Matthias Ruth on NASA-sponsored study that points to the interrelated factors that cause…
Sometimes all of the right pieces just seem to fall into place. BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz ask people in New…
Kathryn Morris, a chemical ecologist at Xavier University, speaks with us about her study of interconnected fungi.
Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Eran Tauber on the potential in finding a synergy of how ancient DNA sequences…
We speak with Dr. Eran Tauber on his research into 700 million year-old DNA sequences from ancient animals and how they…
Synergy Week - The Quantified Self movement believes that to know the numbers behind behavior is to allow for healthier…
Mystery Week - To the naked eye, the place looks no different than any of the other looming office buildings or retail…
We look into the potential benefits of electronic health services for chronic diseases and the future of healthcare.
BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz talk with passersby in NYC's Madison Square Park about the most mysterious and…
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Vanessa Mason, founder of Riveted Partners, on the need for more diversity in…
Mystery Week - It seems that for as much as we know, there is even more that we do not. Scientists may have discovered…
We speak with Vanessa Mason, a digital health product strategist, on how e-health products can help underserved…
Allison Sutter, a certified coach, best selling author, and entrepreneur talks with us about overcoming the fear of…
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Dr. Edward Day, Chair at the Department of Sociology at Chapman University on…
Fear Week - Ysabelle Cheung writes and archives sounds to reconcile her fear in becoming deaf after she was diagnosed…
Whether it's created by the media, dark secrets, the great unknown, or our own selves, in one way or another fear…
BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz ask people in New York City about how they form and maintain bonds with the people…
Listen to part 2 of our conversation with professor Ann Ross, an anthropologist at North Carolina State University on…
Technology continues to mobilize various aspects of our personal and professional lives. In this week's Pulse, Zach…
Seán Arthurs, a Doctoral Candidate at Harvard Law School, discusses the problematic holes in America's justice system.
Mobile Week – As of last year, 90 percent of American adults were cell phone owners, according to Pew Research Center.…
This spooky mix from DJ Wynn features booming thunderclaps from The Dap Kings, Viet Cong with the stench of Death, Land…
Maker Faire: An engineering event that showcases the greater possibilities of science and everyday objects, from flying…
Pop culture is a guilty pleasure most of us enjoy in one way or another, whether it's catching up with the latest late…
We speak with the president of an Italian digital company creating some of the fastest 3D printers and also developing a…
Stress Week - Workspaces are uniquely tailored environments that allow for people to create and produce within the…
Check out people spilling the details on what makes them the most stressed and the tactics they use to mitigate that…
Listen to people from New York City explain the greatest stressors in their life and give helpful tips on how to manage…
Today we’ll be talking about some of the common stresses that we face and some alternative methods to alleviate them.
New York is thought of as a place where anything is possible. But in such a fast-paced environment, with everyone…
Listen in to part 2 of our interview on the uses of neurological research to create wearable technology that relieves…
We speak with representatives of Thync, the first wearable technology to influence how you feel.
We speak with Lee Rainie, the director of internet, science and technology research at Pew Research Center.
Climate change activists share stories of protesting and demand the building of a renewable future.
Fall Week - Joanna Ebenstein, cofounder of the Morbid Anatomy Museum, recalls childhood curiosity on death. She talks…
We hear from a senior climate change activist who shares stories about protesting with 350.org in Washington DC.
This week we’re honoring one of our favorite seasons by talking with three distinct guests that pay homage to…
It's that time of year once again: the leaves are changing, school is back in session, and the pumpkins are rolling in.…
We learn from the Climate Change rally the greatest obstacles towards using renewable energies and how to combat them…
Bill McKibbens and Naomi Klein lay out the calculations on fossil fuel's damage to the environment and how July was the…
Hear from Bill McKibbens and Naomi Klein on the global movement in demanding climate change action from world leaders.
Check out part 2 of our interview with Brian Nosek about how open source software connects scientists like never before.
Learn about the Center for Open Science with Executive Director, Brian Nosek and the changing transparency in science.
The Museum of Imaginary Musical Instruments displays musical fantasies, expanding what we think is possible. Some modern…
We’re going to be exploring some of the ways that open sourcing and openness can provide more opportunities in the…
The open source movement is attempting to bring a level of transparency and democratic engagement not usually seen in…
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Jason Hibbets on the possibility of an Open Source City.
Listen to our interview with Jason Hibbets, a senior community evangelist in Corporate Marketing at Red Hat where he is…
Listen to our Labor Day Special episode as Lisa Autz hits the streets of NYC to learn about the best and worst jobs out…
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Eileen Appelbaum, Senior Economist for the Center for Economic and Policy…
Check out our interview with Eileen Appelbaum, Senior Economist for the Center for Economic and Policy Research, on…
Jeff Abbott joins us to explain the latest protests in Guatemala and the political scandal that preceded them. Also,…
We delve into the labors of work, health and reporting on today's podcast to discover how to find happiness and balance…
For the current generation entering the workforce, the first job they have may not necessarily be part of a fixed career…
Listen as we speak with people on the streets on NYC about raising the minimum wage to $15/hour.
Check out our interview with Willy C. Shih, prof. of management practice at Harvard Business School, on the changing…
We speak with Dina Dicenso, owner of a vegan tattoo shop called Gristle, on the entire vegan process in tattooing and…
Part 2 of our interview with Bruce Klitzman, senior director of Duke's Kenan Plastic Surgery Research Laboratories,…
Today’s podcast is about the paradox in how the seemingly superficial, on-the-surface workings of our world have…
Surface Week - Brian Hynek, Associate Professor at the Department of Geological Sciences and Research Associate for…
The landscape of producing news and information is rapidly changing, but does that mean its quality has to be…
We speak with surgeon Bruce Klitzman about his development of a less harmful tattoo ink alternative.
Listen to part 2 of our interview with Monona Rossol, chemist, artist, and industrial hygienist, on the health hazards…
Listen to Monona Rossol, chemist, artist, and industrial hygienist, speak about the researched dangers of tattoo ink.
School Week - While teachers are necessary for many lessons, there are some skills we can learn alone. We at BTR have…
We talk with your average gym-goer and fitness instructors on the effects of soda on the body when working out.
Part 2 of our interview with Niraj Naik who explains what soda does to the body and healthier alternatives.
Experimental new teaching methods, DIY schools, and more creativity are all becoming staples in an institution badly in…
As summer begins to wind down, kids and young adults prepare once again for school books and teachers’ dirty looks.…
We speak with Niraj Naik, former pharmacist and holistic health practitioner, on the pervasive addiction to sugar…
School Week - Director and producer, Cevin Soling, demonstrates how America’s public school system is more akin to…
We speak with Anahad O'Connor, NY Times writer on health, diet and nutrition, about his latest article on the details of…
We speak with Marion Nestle, expert nutritionist at NYU, on Coca-Cola funding scientists to shift the blame for obesity…
We speak with an environmentalist on the EPA disaster in the Colorado river.
Sarah Leonard joins us to discuss the debt crisis in Greece, why austerity doesn’t work but won’t die, and how…
We speak to a researcher on the influence of satire news, a pharmacist on how to wean off sugary drinks and a video game…
We live in a time when abundance reigns king. There can sometimes seem to be no limit of places to eat and shop, ways to…
The Thursday Mix for August 13, 2015 brings you a brand new album by Wilco. Their latest release and 11th studio album…
Activists discuss some of the greatest polluted waterways in America.
Emily Schorr Lesnick joins us to discuss diversity in comedy, talking about racism as a white person, and teaching…
Part 2 of our interview with Christopher Swain, an activist that has been swimming and advocating for our waterways…
Josh Eidelson joins us to discuss where unions stand so far in the presidential race, Molly has an essay on sports, of…
We speak with environmental activist, Christopher Swain, whose been swimming and advocating for our waterways since…
Lara Aknin, professor of psychology at Simon Fraser University whose research focuses on generosity, money and…
Melissa Gira Grant joins us to discuss Amnesty’s new recommendations to support the human rights of sex workers, and…
Happiness Week - Our culture seems to carry a pervasive effect in that the pressure to exceed and compete prevails…
We hear from Peter Stearns, a professor at George Mason University who researches the historical culture of happiness.
Andrea Grimes joins us to discuss attacks on Planned Parenthood and abortion access in Texas and across the country, the…
Today's podcast looks at the science, history and attributes to happiness.
What makes people happy? Perhaps it’s a long-awaited journey to a foreign country or a simple walk through a garden.…
Learning through positive psychologists the ability to balance work-life and happiness.
We hear part 2 of our interview with Sonja Lyubomirsky on building an architect of sustainable happiness.
Dr. Lyubomirsky speaks with us about her research on developing a science of human happiness.
Uber is getting a lot of heat for it's aggressive disregard for the existing yellow cabbies, but how are they treating…
We hear from the New York Taxi Workers Alliance on their strategy to fight Uber.
We learn about the science behind deja vu, 3D printed Donald Trump butt-plugs and a Wet Hot Brooklyn Summer talent show…
Our media landscape is increasingly clogged with constant content, spinning virally and then fizzling out. Everything we…
Javaid Tariq, NYC yellow cab driver of more than 20 years, struggles to maintain his only source of income in face of…
Part II with Sarah Lacy focuses on the questionable morals of Uber's culture in impacting the larger culture of Silicon…
Sarah Lacy, founder and editor of PandoDaily, speaks with us about the cautionary culture of Uber as one of Silicon…
We hear the ideas of a re-imagined city that cares better for the soil, ecosystem and environment.
We hear part 2 of our interview with Starhawk, author and permaculture designer and teacher and director at Earth…
No matter where you roam, you're always coming home. Third Eye Weekly host Zach Schepis returns to New York City’s…
Today we hear part 2 of our interview with Claudia Joseph on perma-design techniques and it's importance in an urban…
Founder and Director of New York Permaculture Exchange, Claudia Joseph, talks with us about permaculture and sustainable…
This week we chat with Lisa Autz, host of The Daily Beat here at BTR, about her recent trip to Portugal to discover her…
The discussion gets into the complex cultural tensions in the neighborhood of Brooklyn and importance of public debate.
We hear part 2 of our interview with Olasov on elevating civic conversation in Brooklyn with Brooklyn Public Philosophy.…
We speak with a master-concerto, an astrologer and a poet about how our passions help dictate the reality of the world…
What is real? Do our perceptions help shape the world around us, or is there some outside force at work that defines the…
We speak with Ian Olasov, the founder of Brooklyn Public Philosophy, on bridging academia and public philosophy.
Part two of our interview with Jonah Minkoff-Zern brings to light the realities that public debate has in terms of…
Frontline's Edward Watts joins us to discuss his new documentary Escaping ISIS, the American Federation of Teachers…
The July edition of Spotlight on the City will feature Liverpool, England. Liverpool is known as a music city as was…
We speak with Jonah Minkoff-Zern, co-director of Public Citizen’s Democracy Is for People campaign.
Part two of our interview with the host of Shanghai Mermaids in NYC leads to a discussion on the reflective enjoyment of…
We speak with a woman who has managed to host extravagant, underground parties throughout NYC.
We talk with the founder of the Leap Year Day Society, BTR's Jess Goulart about birthdays abroad, and Isabel Allende…
A person’s birthday can be a time to all-out party or a time for more low-key festivities, but regardless of how…
Part two of our interview with Isabel Allende gives us a perspective in how attitude and health have the greatest impact…
We speak with Isabel Allende, a Chilean writer who has given speeches about living more passionate lives as people age.
We speak with Matt Schultz, founder of the Generator, a manufacturing hub for artists and large-scale architecture.
We are looking into Part 2 of our interview with Steven Barrison about the specific policy work being made to support…
Can we produce more within the borders of our country, or is sourcing from other countries part of an inevitable economy…
People often say they like to support American businesses and buy locally in their communities, but how many actually…
Made in the USA Week - Since the spawn of the American Industrial Revolution and on through today, manufacturing has…
We talk with the Small Business Congress on how they are working to develop more domestic jobs in New York City.
Today we continue our conversation with Willy Shih on the paradigm shift of US manufacturing into highly technical…
We will be speaking with Harvard professor, Willy Shih on his perspective and skepticism in the urge to bring…
DJ Wynn takes this mix on the road with hiking music from Fleet Foxes, smooth horns from Menahan Street Band, Arcade…
Fan Week - It seems as though there are two types of concert attendees: those that are constantly taking photos and…
Fan Week - Have you ever been starstruck? We at BTR have served Johnny Depp, bumped into Alec Baldwin, and chatted with…
Today we wrap up the week understanding the instability Puerto Rico faces throughout these challenges.
Today we wrap up the week understanding the instability Puerto Rico faces throughout these challenges.
We look at the crippling dependence of Puerto Rico on US currency and goods.
We look at the crippling dependence of Puerto Rico on US currency and goods.
What are some of the ways that fans take their reverence to the next level, to further not only themselves but to bring…
Obsessive admirers can notably go to extreme lengths to show their desperate appreciation for a celebrity or sports…
Today on we hear about the history of US colonization and why freeing Oscar Rivera is so monumental.
Today on we hear about the history of US colonization and why freeing Oscar Rivera is so monumental.
Today we hear stories of Puerto Rican war veterans fighting for the US without representation.
Today we hear stories of Puerto Rican war veterans fighting for the US without representation.
Today on we hear from protesters in front the UN asking for the release of Oscar Rivera and the independence of Puerto…
Today on we hear from protesters in front the UN asking for the release of Oscar Rivera and the independence of Puerto…
Today we finish our week-long investigation into fracking with a conversation with Dr. Ingraffea about a greener…
We hear from Dr. Anthony Ingraffea, a civil and environmental engineer who examines the environmental detriment of shale…
Today on Third Eye we are looking specifically into the relationship of old-time nostalgia with some of our favorite…
Whether it be nail biting or constant texting, many find certain quirks of their significant others to be downright…
Today we get an inside perspective of worker conditions and safety on oil rigs and fracking sites.
We end on a discussion about how the EPA and other oil companies are working to undermine the hazardous effects.
Today we look into the work of NYPIRG in helping to ban fracking in New York State.
Monday's Mix features new music from Wild Yaks, Hudson Mohawke, Cayucas, and FFS.
Today on the Daily Beat we wrap it up learning about the humanitarian art of journalism and it's ability to build a…
Today on the Daily Beat we continue to discuss the benefits and disadvantages of freelance work and the importance of…
In honor of Rain Week, BTR staffers Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis describe the sensations of oncoming rain onto themselves.…
There’s a lot more than meets the eye behind something we take for granted like rain and we’re about to tune our…
Gentle drizzle on a cloudy afternoon can be a recipe for a day of Netflix-binging or cozy reading. Everybody has their…
Today on the Daily Beat, we discuss some of the blurred boundaries of journalism in the technological age.
Today on the Daily Beat Molly Knefel discusses her work in writing about the US juvenile justice system and how to use…
On today's episode, we dissect some of the in-depth reporting that has beat the odds by the day's journalistic…
DJ Wynn has new music from Eternal Summers and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, along with pleas to go outside…
PHOEBE TROUP - I was at an all-dayer gig recently, and as is usual with these things, they often involve sitting through…
Today's break down: We wrap up our week-long discussion with Steven Weinberg on the future of the evolving modern…
Faiza Patel joins us to discuss the recently approved NSA reform known as the Freedom Act, class trumps ability when it…
Today's break down: We hear about the complicated interplay of science and religion during the scientific revolution by…
This week we look at nostalgia and vintage nods to yesteryear in a generation that seeks the past to define the…
Each Thursday, the internet summons us to reflect back on the past and celebrate it in the present. Whether a favorite…
Today's break down: We learn about the scientific methods of the golden age of Alexandria compared with New York City.
Today's break down: Steven Weinberg speaks about some of the greatest ideas we had to "unlearn" in order to develop the…
Today's break down: Steven Weinberg begins us on a the journey of human scientific thought with the pre-socratic era of…
Today's break down: Listen in to Sara Chipps, developer and entrepreneur creating interactive jewelry with LED lights…
Today's break down: We hear from women CEOs on starting their own tech and media companies despite obstacles.
What ways can we take a break from the daily grind and lose ourselves to a sense of vacation with new adventures?
Dreaming of sandy shores and clear, blue waters? Summer is around the corner and many people are day dreaming of their…
Vacation Week - We long to get away from our confining routines. Instead of sulking about feeling trapped, we should…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are checking out all things digital and tech at The Internet Week Festival.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are checking out all things digital and tech at The Internet Week Festival.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are checking out all things digital and tech at The Internet Week Festival.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at New York's next healthcare revolution with technology, digitization…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at New York's next healthcare revolution with technology, digitization…
Blacklist Week - Activist Christopher Swain has taken hazardous dives into America’s dirtiest waterways in the name of…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at New York's next healthcare revolution with technology, digitization…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at New York's next healthcare revolution with technology, digitization…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at New York's next healthcare revolution with technology, digitization…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of…
Hazards Week - Data about dangerous IPs is but one of many computer-crime measurements recorded in a new report by the…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of…
Hazards Week - Shared cabbie systems like Uber and Lyft have burgeoned in recent years, filling assorted holes in the…
In an age when the latest technology, medicine, or super-foods are developing at an exponential rate, how do we know…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of…
This Worldwide Hour features Nigerian saxophonist Peter King, the DIY street group Staff Benda Bilili from the…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of…
This week theme on the Daily Beat we are looking at violence and the city--investigating the nature and effects of…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts…
Katharine Heller joins us for an impromptu Friday Funday to discuss bartending, storytelling, and New York's most…
FOMO Week - The emotional impulse of FOMO has begun to transfer into even the more serious aspects of our lives, like…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts…
Tune in as we break down what FOMO really is about and talk with experts on its psychological implications.
FOMO (aka, the Fear Of Missing Out) is, according to some, a growing phenomenon at least partially caused by constant…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts…
Ben Ramos joins us to discuss Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar Lopez Rivera, John Oliver covers standardized…
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the breakthrough investigations from across the globe on political…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the breakthrough investigations from across the globe on political…
Tune in today to learn about the frontiers of being nerdy with Jedi-masters, literary enthusiasts and the science of…
Today, the thought of “nerds” might have a more positive connotation than the socially awkward geeks of the past.…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the breakthrough investigations from across the globe on political…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the breakthrough investigations from across the globe on political…
This week on the Daily Beat we take a look at the breakthrough investigations from across the globe on political…
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new…
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new…
Tune in to Third Eye for Climate Week as we look at the science of hurricanes, solar energy and the secrets held in a…
Many people seem to agree that the climate is changing, but disagree on what can be done about it. This week on BTR…
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new…
This week on the Daily Beat we look at Tribeca Film Institute's Interactive Summit for 2015 and the immersive, new…
This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC's vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.
Care Week - Pier Group, an art collective, supports talents with Burning Man principles. Burner Matt Schultz, a Pier…
This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC's vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.
How a knitting group, industrial art space and a pizza shop are all bringing more compassion to the world.
For Care Week at BTR, Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people when they felt most cared for in their lives and when they…
This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC's vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.
This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC's vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.
This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC's vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.
Monitoring Week - Ever notice how after focusing on a glaring computer monitor for hours on end there is a sensation of…
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in…
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in…
Today's podcast looks at government, technological and volcanic monitoring that are all increasing vastly in our world.
For “Monitoring Week” at BTR, Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people at Grand Central Station whether they believe…
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in…
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in…
This week on the Daily Beat we learn about the rally taking place across the country to shine light on corrupt money in…
When we think about the typical American “college experience,” we think of large lecture halls, huge parties, and…
This week on the Daily Beat we are looking at the tenure debate in our education system: Is it unconstitutional or not?
This week on the Daily Beat we are looking at the tenure debate in our education system: Is it unconstitutional or not?
Tune as we talk to the makers of a Zombie Apocalypse class & Ben Nelson, founder of the Minerva Project.
For “Class Week” at BreakThru Radio, Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis hit the streets to ask people about the most…
This week on the Daily Beat we are looking at the tenure debate in our education system: Is it unconstitutional or not?
This week on the Daily Beat we are looking at the tenure debate in our education system: Is it unconstitutional or not?
This week on the Daily Beat we are looking at the tenure debate in our education system: Is it unconstitutional or not?
This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender…
Global feminization and the inertia to industrial change for true equality.
Unprepared Week - How Americans are unprepared to care for the aging population to come.
This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender…
Listen as we learn about the unprepared moments of life through diet, technology and music.
It’s “Unprepared Week” at BreakThru Radio, so BTR’s Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis hit the streets to ask people…
This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender…
Pardiss Kebriaei joins us to discuss her story on two Guantanamo detainee's lives after leaving the prison, the FBI is…
This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender…
This week on the Daily Beat, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be looking at global feminization and gender…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at 3D printing and all the technological advances from biomedical…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at 3D printing and all the technological advances from biomedical…
This week we speak with an ultra-marathon runner, the youngest person to ever solo row the Atlantic Ocean and Twitter…
Adventure Week - Dog sledding is gaining popularity throughout the country.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at 3D printing and all the technological advances from biomedical…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at 3D printing and all the technological advances from biomedical…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at 3D printing and all the technological advances from biomedical…
BTR staffers pick their favorite bars worldwide.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the changing landscape of universities in our world of information…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the changing landscape of universities in our world of information…
Third Eye looks into the shaping of our new economy with Canada's #1 entrepreneur, Bitchcoins and social enterprises.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the changing landscape of universities in our world of information…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the changing landscape of universities in our world of information…
This week the Daily Beat will be looking at the changing landscape of universities in our world of information…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the legalization of Medical Marijuana.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the legalization of Medical Marijuana.
Third Eye looks into the power of secrets, how shaming is utilized to sustain them, and the mystery they add to life.
Secret Week - How public scrutiny of the powers that be encourages change.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the legalization of Medical Marijuana.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the legalization of Medical Marijuana.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the legalization of Medical Marijuana.
This Monday's Mix has nostalgic inklings from Travis Bretzer, live recordings from Phosphorescent, digital soundscapes…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at NYC's attempt to compete with Silicon Valley with growing tech community.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at NYC's attempt to compete with Silicon Valley with growing tech community.
Today's podcasts looks into the benefits of computer hacking and if we can be more wisely navigating in the cybercrime…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at NYC's attempt to compete with Silicon Valley with growing tech community.
DJ Wynn has seen too many single digit temperatures, bundled up babies, and frosted windows this winter, so he is…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at NYC's attempt to compete with Silicon Valley with growing tech community.
Hacking Week - A growing organization intersects technology and journalism for a new form of storytelling.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at NYC's attempt to rival Silicon Valley with a growing tech community.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the community garden protests in NYC.
Selfie Week - A new initiative to criminalize ex-lovers posting nude selfies of former partners online.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the community garden protests in NYC.
We talk with the inventor of Selfie on a Stick, a researcher on the narcissim of selfies, and selfies as an art form.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the community garden protests in NYC.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the community garden protests in NYC.
Dish + Drink asks the Editorial Staff how they feel about spicy food and roller coasters.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at the community garden protests in NYC.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at civic data hacking and the strive to create more transparency on…
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at civic data hacking and the strive to create more transparency on…
For Outlier Week, Third Eye talks with Malcolm Gladwell, a Saharra crossing marathon runner and the first human cyborg.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at civic data hacking and the strive to create more transparency on…
Mychal Denzel Smith is back to discuss what's wrong about the ways people hate Kanye West and Marshawn Lynch. Also,…
Obama lays out his new national security agenda, and a ton of listener mail.
Outlier Week - Brooklyn Public Philosophers bridge the public and academia, fostering invaluable debate.
This week on the Daily Beat will be looking at civic data hacking and the strive to create more transparency on…
Phillip Anderson joins us to discuss the fallout after Sheldon Silver's indictment on corruption charges, fewer…
This week is Disruptive Week at BreakThru Radio, the Daily Beat will be investigating gentrification.
This week is Disruptive Week at BreakThru Radio, the Daily Beat will be investigating gentrification.
Today's show on disruption discusses technological shabbats, connective tissue treatment, and surviving the Boston…
This week is Disruptive Week at BreakThru Radio, the Daily Beat will be investigating gentrification.
This week is Disruptive Week at BreakThru Radio, the Daily Beat will be investigating gentrification.
Disruptive Week - Former homeless youth women petition an act to help homeless and foster causes.
This week is Disruptive Week at BreakThru Radio, the Daily Beat will be investigating gentrification.
This week, the Daily Beat will be tackling the growing national student debt.
This week, the Daily Beat will be tackling the growing national student debt.
How does the college experience challenge previously help ideologies and is all worth while regardless of the growing…
College Week - Professors are labeled “dangerous” for shedding light on alternative perspectives.
This week, the Daily Beat will be tackling the growing national student debt.
This week, the Daily Beat tackles the growing national student debt.
This week, the Daily Beat will be tackling the growing national student debt.
This week on the beat: The Daily Beat will be tackling the affordable housing crisis.
Today on the Daily Beat: We will be tackling the affordable housing crisis.
Learn how millennials are taking political action, partying like it's the 1920s, and revolutionizing their future.
Millennials Week - Chinese Millennials have a different approach to experiencing the Western lifestyle.
This week on the Daily Beat: We will be tackling the affordable housing crisis.
This week, the Daily Beat will be tackling the affordable housing crisis.
Today's top stories: Pakistan protests, Chinese corruption, and more.
Inspired Week - NYC’s chosen 2015 youth poet laureate asks for civic engagement and community building.
Today's top stories feature new Israeli defense system, intensities in Ukraine, and more.
The Oscar nominations are so white it hurts, a terrifying number of men say they would rape someone, and listener mail.
Today's top stories: Pope says free expression is limited, low crude oil prices confuse Banks and more.
What a Mount Everest climber, a youth poet laureate and a 96-year-old yoga instructor can teach us about inspiration.
Today's top stories: AlQaeda leaders taking responsibility, nuclear talks in Iran, and more.
Today's top stories: Mobilization of Russian troops, Declining Russian economy, and more.
Today's top stories: Egypt overturns Mubarak, economic slowdown of Britain, and Pope in Sri Lanka.
Today's top stories feature the killings of two Paris terrorists, transgenders banned from driving in Russia and more.
Today's top stories follow the search for terrorists in Paris, violent Bangladesh protests, measles outbreak in Disney…
It's fitness week here on BTR! Listen in as we discuss advancing sports technology with Mark McClusky and work-out music…
Today's top stories feature the terrorist attack in France, AirAsia jet tail found, and US upgrading tactical missiles.
How one woman is dodging stereotypes and leveling the fantasy football playing field.
You've just tuned in to The Daily Beat! The Daily Beat is a daily news podcast inspired by the power of social media…
New Year's Week - BTR offers five tips on how to avoid hoarding pointless presents from the holidays.
This week we reflect on our New Year and invite WFIT Radio Director Alex Bodnar onto the show to discuss 2014's best…

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