This week in podcasts #2

Access to Excellence Podcast – With Emergent Ventures, Tyler Cowen puts money where his mind is

https://overcast.fm/+X3g1lfZSg

Tay Tay talks to the president of GMU. Didn’t know that EM with its comparatively small endowment out-innovated Yale.


GOOD OL’ GRATEFUL DEADCAST – Workingman’s Dead 50, Episode 1: Uncle John’s Band

https://overcast.fm/+eK1hPL_hQ

Took some time for me to start this one. But it’s all you want. Stories and info on how Workingman’s Dead was made.


Rationally Speaking Podcast – Intellectual honesty, cryptocurrency, & more (Vitalik Buterin)

https://overcast.fm/+a1riHd3_c

Vitalik talks to Julia. Vitalik is in general society overlooked. Thiel fellow that made Ethereum.


All-in Pod – Apple’s hypocrisy, America’s math failure, crypto’s regulatory correction, Clubhouse’s future, UFOs & more

https://overcast.fm/+YlhmfWiQE


The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan – Niall Ferguson On Disasters

https://overcast.fm/+lCkgdakfw

Interesting how Niall views corona up-against other crises. Also nice to hear Niall and Andrew talk about the old Oxford days.


Niall Ferguson on Histories, Networks, and Catastrophes

https://overcast.fm/+S_7l2W-Ho

Niall again on Mindscape. Talks more about his new book Doom here.


Economist Radio – Money Talks: Berkshire after Buffett

https://overcast.fm/+JXrSfM0Bo

Short and sweet about Berkshire after Buffet


The Munk Debates Podcast – Be it resolved: Beethoven, not Mozart, is the world’s greatest composer

https://overcast.fm/+VRow-VmGo

Munk Debates with an unusual one. Not really a debate to be won. The good part is hearing the debaters highlight their composers with flourishing language and a few musical pieces.