Welcome back to Third Eye Weekly. On this podcast we try and answer the big questions with intimate, personal narratives that give insight into the human experience that others might over-look.
For today’s podcast we’re joined by professor, paleontologist, and author Anthony D. Barnosky. He’s the executive director for the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and the author of several books, including “Dodging Extinction: Power, Food, Money, and the Future of Life on Earth,” as well as 2016’s Tipping Point for Planet Earth: How Close Are We to the Edge?” He’s here today to speak with us about the earth’s sixth mass extinction in its history.
Music & Poetry
Ryan Nicodemus, an American author, speaker, and self-described “minimalist,” who has recently created a documentary film with Joshua Fields Millburn called “The Minimalists,” which details the friends’ journey to lead a simpler, happier life.
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with James Burns, a journalist who voluntarily entered into solitary confinement in Arizona’s La Paz County Jail, where he spent 30 days in isolation to help spread awareness about criminal justice system reform.
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Dechen Karl Thurman. He’s an actor and an advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teacher and he is currently teaching and mentoring at Jivamukti Yoga School New York and abroad.
Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz returns to BTR Live Studio with her pop-oriented solo project, Sad13, on the occasion of the second album, Haunted Painting. Here, Sadie takes us inside her home studio in… | watch
In this episode, we're featuring the Northampton, MA-based label/collective, Rub Wrongways Records. I chat with label founder/musician Henning Ohlenbusch about the label, how quarantine changed plans… | listen
LA-based Raye Zaragoza is an acclaimed folk songwriter and performer whose new album is about to drop. Here, she takes a break from roller skating to show us around her apartment/home studio, and give… | watch