NPR: Most Emailed Stories Podcast
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||NPR: 03-08-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) Meet The Murdering, Kidnapping Imposter Who Fooled Walter Kirn 2) Hollywood Bug Man Understands How Cockroaches Think 3) Spain's Robin Hood Mayor Fights For 'Communist Utopia' 4) Affordable Care Act Isn't Perfect, But It's A 'Pretty Good Structure' 5) What Germans Know Could Help Bridge U.S. Workers' Skill Gap||3/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-07-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) The Soul Of The World's Most Expensive Violin 2) States Fight California's Chicken Cage Law. But It's Really About Bacon 3) U.S. Knew Of 'Imminent' Move In Crimea, Top Official Says 4) From War In The Desert To 'Murder Ball On Ice' 5) Seeking Energy Independence, Europe Faces Heated Fracking Debate||3/7/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-06-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) Anti-Muslim Video Still Stirring Controversy In The Courtroom 2) Selling Health Care To California's Latinos Got Lost In Translation 3) Growing An Urban Neighborhood, One Store At A Time 4) Does Raising The Minimum Wage Kill Jobs? 5) Reminder From A Marine: Civilians And Veterans Share Ownership Of War||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-05-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) The Legend Of Linda Perhacs, 'A Most Unlikely Rock Star' 2) Technology May Turn You Into A Bigger Tipper 3) The Town Where Everyone Talks About Death 4) A Star Tennis Coach And The End Of The All-Around Athlete 5) To Clean Drinking Water, All You Need Is A Stick||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-04-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) Europe Tells U.S. To Lay Off Brie And Get Its Own Cheese Names 2) In The New Globalized Diet, Wheat, Soy And Palm Oil Rule 3) Drugmakers Slash Spending On Doctors' Sales Talks 4) When It Comes To Vaccines, Science Can Run Into A Brick Wall 5) A Psychological Game Of Casting For 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'||3/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-03-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) Marijuana May Hurt The Developing Teen Brain 2) Evidence On Marijuana's Health Effects Is Hazy At Best 3) E-Cigarette Critics Worry New Ads Will Make 'Vaping' Cool For Kids 4) Who's Behind The Mass Stabbing In China? 5) John Travolta Messes Up 'Let It Go' Singer's Name||3/3/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-02-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) Throw Me Something (Again), Mister: Mardi Gras Beads Revived 2) E-Sports Reach Pro-Athletic Status, Fandom — And Money 3) For Kathleen Turner, Success Requires The Courage To Fail 4) 'Women Of Vision': Making Pictures In All Corners Of The World 5) Let's All Go To The Lobby, To Get Ourselves A Treat||3/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 03-01-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) In The Arizona Wilds, Burro Murders Baffle Investigators 2) Sand Grinds World's Largest Tunneling Machine To A Halt 3) Lessons In Humility From A Chicago Kid Called Harold Ramis 4) A Picket Line At The Oscars: Visual-Effects Artists To Protest 5) Cheever Biographer Turns His Eye On His Own Troubled Family||3/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 02-28-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) A Smartphone That Tries To Slip You Off The Grid 2) An Old Law, A Snowy Winter, And A Modern-Day Salt Shortage 3) Keen Eyes, Uncanny Instincts Keep Films In Sharp Focus 4) Oscar Glow, Today's Tech Help Short Films Find Their Fandom 5) Connecticut Looks To Sell Its Obamacare Exchange To Other States||2/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NPR: 02-27-2014 Most Emailed Stories||Stories: 1) First Look: The FDA's Nutrition Label Gets A Makeover 2) Good Art Is Popular Because It's Good. Right? 3) Blood Test Provides More Accurate Prenatal Testing For Down Syndrome 4) Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing 5) Sriracha-Maker Given More Time To Contain Spicy Fumes||2/27/14||Free||View In iTunes|
An escape from the rut of daily living
NPR's emailed stories podcast is predictible. In this case, that's a fabulous thing. In a convenient podcasting format, this NPR segment now occupies the bulk of my commuting time. It's a chance to explore new worlds, examine problems from a fresh and introspective viewpoint, and to take a break from the relentless din that is the modern world. Thanks NPR for making this podcast just what we expect!
A Great Podcast, But PLEASE Make it Bookmarkable
It would be such a pleasure to listen to this podcast if it were possible to skip past the -- shall we say -- less interesting stories. It would move this from a solid B to an A+
Great, but needs chapters
I love getting the podcast of NPR so that I can actually hear the WHOLE story if I want to, rather than getting interupted by life (kids...). But I really would listen more if there were chapters so I could skip to the story I'm interested in, or past one that I've already heard. PLEASE NPR, upgrade this wonderful podcast so it is more user friendly!
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