Economics Detective Radio | 21 October 2017 | 0h 52m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with David Henderson setting out the critical role of currency reforms, the elimination of price controls, and reduced marginal tax rates to the post-war German economic miracle. Downplays the role of the Marshall Plan. Lots of interesting anecdotes. Finishes with background on the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
The After On Podcast | 15 May 2018 | 1h 05m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Katya Malievskaia & George Goldsmith, of start-up Compass Pathways, which is trialling the use of psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression.
Y Combinator | 19 June 2019 | 0h 42m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Jeremy Rossman, the co-founder of Make School, a college for computer science headquartered in San Francisco. Make School students don’t pay until they have a job after graduation. Insights on education, income sharing agreements and aligning the incentives for universities and students.
EconTalk | 1 July 2019 | 1h 13m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with physician and author Adam Cifu about the ideas in The Case for Being a Medical Conservative. Cifu encourages doctors to appreciate the complexity of medical care and the reality that many medical techniques advocated by experts are not always beneficial or cost-effective. The conversation explores the challenges of finding reliable evidence to support medical interventions and the inherent uncertainty surrounding outcomes.
The Great Books | 18 June 2019 | 0h 31m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Lorraine Murphy discussing the plots, social criticism, characters and themes of Jane Austen’s novel Sense and Sensibility.
13 Minutes to the Moon | 12 May 2019 | 0h 44m | Listen Later | iTunes
The first episode of an enthralling BBC series telling the story of the people who made the Apollo 11 Moon landing happen. This first episode backgrounds just how little was known of what was required when Kennedy committed to the goal of going to the Moon.
The Forum | 27 June 2019 | 0h 43m | Listen Later | iTunes
Discusses the life and work of James Watt, the Scottish innovator whose improved steam engine helped power the Industrial Revolution and lay the basis for much of the mechanised world we take for granted now.
The Meb Faber Show | 19 June 2019 | 1h 28m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Brandon Zick of Ceres Partners about investing in farmland. Nicely frames the build-up of returns from farmland. Intriguing insights on the influence of technology on farming.