Cycling through World War I

WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe recounted his recent cycling trip through prominent sites in World War I. Listen to his story, and check out these striking images of how a 100-year-old conflict still scars Europe. (Photo and editing courtesy of Keenan Wells)
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Cycling through World War I

WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe recounted his recent cycling trip through prominent sites in World War I. Listen to his story, and check out these striking images of how a 100-year-old conflict still scars Europe. (Photo and editing courtesy of Keenan Wells)
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Cycling through World War I

WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe recounted his recent cycling trip through prominent sites in World War I. Listen to his story, and check out these striking images of how a 100-year-old conflict still scars Europe. (Photo and editing courtesy of Keenan Wells)
Zoom Info
Cycling through World War I

WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe recounted his recent cycling trip through prominent sites in World War I. Listen to his story, and check out these striking images of how a 100-year-old conflict still scars Europe. (Photo and editing courtesy of Keenan Wells)
Zoom Info

Cycling through World War I

WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe recounted his recent cycling trip through prominent sites in World War I. Listen to his story, and check out these striking images of how a 100-year-old conflict still scars Europe. (Photo and editing courtesy of Keenan Wells)

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Freaks and nerds unite! On the latest Nerdette Podcast, Freakonomics’ Stephen Dubner teaches Tricia and Greta how to ‘Think Like a Freak’. Plus a portrait of astronaut Sally Ride on the anniversary of her first trip to space, news Freaks (and Geeks) can rejoice over and your Cosmos-related #nerdconfessions.
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Competitive hot dog eaters. Cancer-curing scientists. Glass-ceiling shattering astronauts. Cosmos-related nerd confessions. 
There’s lots to love about the latest nerdettepodcast.
Listen, share and let your freak flag fly.

nerdettepodcast:

Freaks and nerds unite! On the latest Nerdette Podcast, Freakonomics’ Stephen Dubner teaches Tricia and Greta how to ‘Think Like a Freak’. Plus a portrait of astronaut Sally Ride on the anniversary of her first trip to space, news Freaks (and Geeks) can rejoice over and your Cosmos-related #nerdconfessions.

Nerdette Podcast is on: iTunes | Stitcher | SoundCloud

Competitive hot dog eaters. Cancer-curing scientists. Glass-ceiling shattering astronauts. Cosmos-related nerd confessions. 

There’s lots to love about the latest nerdettepodcast.

Listen, share and let your freak flag fly.

Going through a little Game of Thrones withdrawal tonight? This University of Chicago A Capella group’s performance of the HBO show’s theme song might help.

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Author Mary Roach wants you to spit in your food

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Pop science author Mary Roach tells Nerdette hosts Tricia and Greta about answering gross questions most of us are too afraid to ask. Plus a conversation about the nerdy new AMC show Halt And Catch Fire. And, of course, your #nerdconfessions.

Nerdette Podcast is on: iTunes | Stitcher | SoundCloud

Listen to the latest Nerdette Podcast for a conversation about sex, space and spit. Author Mary Roach doesn’t shy away from any topic in her pursuit of science. 

Peter Sagal on Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and being a nerd before it was cool

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NPR news quiz Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me! host Peter Sagal abandoned his passion for science fiction and fantasy when he went to college, but tells Tricia and Greta that Game of Thrones brought him back into the realm of nerds. Plus his tips for introducing kids to your favorite movies, why he loves Ray Bradbury and homework that will require you to lace up your sneakers.

You really should to listen to Peter Sagal on the new @NerdettePodcast. It’s going to make you want to watch Silence of the Lambs again, read Harry Potter aloud and get a dog.