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Podcasts Recommended

Floodlines

I’d always wondered what really went wrong in the botched response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The Atlantic’s superb ‘Floodlines’ podcast goes into detail over eight parts. From the first hand accounts from residents, to an interview with ex-FEMA chief Michael Brown, it’s a highly recommended listen.

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Podcasts Recommended

Rabbit Hole

how the internet is changing, and how it’s changing us.

Rabbit Hole is an excellent narrative podcast from the New York Times, exploring how algorithms shape how we think. It’s primarily focused on Youtube, but the tech involved applies to social networks widely. It’s eight parts and I can’t recommend it more. Available wherever you get podcasts.

Eight: 'We Go All' Rabbit Hole

One QAnon believer’s journey through faith and loss — and what becomes of reality as we move online.
  1. Eight: 'We Go All'
  2. Seven: 'Where We Go One'
  3. Six: Impasse
  4. Five: The Accidental Emperor
  5. Four: Headquarters
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Music Recommended Video

Pete Tong, The Heritage Orchestra and Jules Buckley – Ibiza Classics Live

If you’re a fan of the Ibiza era of clubbing and tunes, this is a great watch. Maxi Jazz’s guest appearance in a suit jacket emblazoned with Heath Ledger’s Joker is also brilliant.

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Video

Sorry To Bother You

You might know Lakeith Stanfield from Donald Glover’s acclaimed series Atlanta. He’s starring in Sorry To Bother You, due this summer, and it looks absolutely bonkers. I’m on board.

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Web

‘Sleep should be prescribed’


Came across an excellent article on the Guardian recently about how our sleep patterns, or lack thereof, have significant health impacts. Read here.