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Top 15 Foreign Policy & World Affairs Podcasts

2017-06-29T08:08:29Z

In recent years U.S. foreign policy and global affairs have become increasingly interesting to say the least. With ongoing crises happening in the Syrian Civil War and their refugee crisis, the war on ISIS and the fight against terrorism, the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and Russia's meddling in the elections of other countries, heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, the ongoing war in Afghanistan, the rise of populist nationalism in many Western countries, the threat of the break up of NATO and the European Union, hacking and cybersecurity, confronting global warming, international trade deals, and the list goes on and on. One of the best ways to attempt to keep up with all the global news and to hear a diverse range of opinions on these issues facing the United States and the rest of the world, is by listening to the latest coverage from many excellent foreign policy and global affairs podcasts. Most major foreign policy think tanks and publications now have regular podcasts discussing the latest news and events, and public radio from the U.S. and the U.K. provide a number of excellent foreign affairs programs. We've assembled this list of 15 of the best foreign policy podcasts that cover global affairs. These podcasts feature interviews, news, analysis, and debate from foreign policy experts about what is happening now and what is coming next on the global stage. 1. The Global Politico Podcast The Global Politico Podcast is one of the best new foreign policy podcasts, featuring in-depth interviews conducted by POLITICO's Susan Glasser. Glasser has access to highly influential leaders and thinkers on the global stage including former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, NBC's Andrea Mitchell, Iraq war architect Paul Wolfowitz, former Secretary of State Jim Baker, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, Trump senior national security official Michael Anton, and many other key figures in American foreign policy. Glasser is not afraid to ask her guests challenging questions about their views and she keeps the interviews consistently compelling as she seeks to apply her guest's knowledge to current events in the world. 2. Center for Strategic & International Studies Podcast The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) Podcast provides serious discussion on geopolitical topics. Each week host Colm Quinn talks to a key foreign policy thinker about a major issue confronting the U.S. and the world. Topics range from cybersecurity to human rights to climate change to military defense, and Quinn seems very knowledgeable of all these issues as he navigates the latest news and developments each week. 3. Pod Save the World Podcast Pod Save the World is the foreign affairs arm of the Crooked Media slate of progressive political news podcasts hosted by former Obama-administration insiders John Favreau, Tommy Vietor, and Jon Lovett. With this podcast, Vietor utilizes his first-hand National Security experience to discuss both past and current foreign policy matters. Washington insiders from a wide array of backgrounds are interviewed to discuss the fascinating inner workings, decisions, deals, and challenges that face policy makers in Washington. 4. The World Next Week Podcast The World Next Week Podcast from the Council on Foreign Relations looks forward to the major upcoming events in global politics each week and how things might play out. CFR's Director of Studies James M. Lindsay and CFR.org Managing Editor Robert J. McMahon offer their ideas regarding current global affairs, drawing on their deep knowledge of the history of foreign relations of the United States. In each 30-minute episode they cover a number of key topics that the world will face each week, and they also look back at what has happened recently in terms of major global events. 5. America Abroad Podcast NPR's Madeleine Brand hosts a monthly magazine-format podcast that dissects some of the biggest challenges shaping U.S. foreign policy. Set firmly in a post-Trump diplomatic world scene, Brand and a team of correspondents survey topics ranging from [...]



Free Introductions to 27 Great Operas on Audio

2017-05-16T06:10:02Z

You can now listen to 27 hour-long introductions of famous operas written by Thomson Smillie and read by David Timson. The introductions are part of the "Opera Explained" series from the classical music record label NAXOS, and they offer them streaming through Spotify. Whether you are a classical music expert, or you are new to opera, these introductions serve as one of the most accessible ways to learn about and appreciate opera. The introductions contain popular excerpts from NAXOS classical recordings of the operas. David Timson is a wonderful narrator and in each introduction he provides context for the opera before going into the story and highlighting the best musical moments. You'll also learn a great deal about the composer of each opera from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to Giacomo Puccini. Please Note: In order to listen to these introductions you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer or smart phone. If you want to listen ad-free and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. Here are all 27 introductions that we feature on LearnOutLoud.com: 27 Introductions to Operas by Thomson Smillie If you're wondering where to start, we'll recommend some of the most beloved operas of all time: Aida: An Introduction to Verdi's Opera The Barber of Seville: An Introduction to Rossini's Opera Carmen: An Introduction to Bizet's Opera Fidelio: An Introduction to Beethoven's Opera La Boheme: An Introduction to Puccini's Opera The Marriage of Figaro: An Introduction to Mozart's Opera In addition to these opera introductions, we'll also feature today 11 composer biographies by Jeremy Siepmann that are offered by NAXOS on Spotify: 11 Biographies on the Life & Works of Famous Composers by Jeremy Siepmann These 4-hour introductions to the composers alternate between telling their life story and featuring recordings of their musical works. Some of the composers you may have heard of include: The Life and Works of Bach The Life and Works of Mozart The Life and Works of Beethoven The Life and Works of Tchaikovsky The Life & Works of Giuseppe Verdi Enjoy these introductions to some of the greatest composers and operas of all time!... src="https://embed.spotify.com/?uri=spotify%3Aalbum%3A0rkzJQw41XW5VRpr9p1QOS" width="560" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"> You can now listen to 27 hour-long introductions of famous operas written by Thomson Smillie and read by David Timson. The introductions are part of the "Opera Explained" series from the classical music record label NAXOS, and they offer them streaming through Spotify. Whether you are a classical music expert, or you are new to opera, these introductions serve as one of the most accessible ways to learn about and appreciate opera. The introductions contain popular excerpts from NAXOS classical recordings of the operas. David Timson is a wonderful narrator and in each introduction he provides context for the opera before going into the story and highlighting the best musical moments. You'll also learn a great deal about the composer of each opera from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to Giacomo Puccini. Please Note: In order to listen to these introductions you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer or smart phone. If you want to listen ad-free and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. Here are all 27 introductions that we feature on LearnOutLoud.com: 27 Introductions to Operas by Thomson Smillie If you're wondering where to start, we'll recommend some of the most beloved operas of all time: Aida: An Introduction to Verdi's Opera The Barber of Seville: An Introduction to Rossini's Opera Carmen: An Introduction to Bizet's Opera Fidelio: An Introduction to Beethoven's Opera [...]



45 Free Massive Open, Online Courses from UC-Irvine on YouTube

2017-05-03T12:01:24Z

Back in March the University of California-Berkeley announced they were taking down their free audio & video courses from iTunes U and YouTube. Although many of these free courses are still up on YouTube if you want to get them before they're gone: 90 webcast.berkeley Courses Still on YouTube Thankfully some other University of California universities are still offering many free courses. In the past we've featured over 100 free courses from UC San Diego which present podcasts on audio (and some on video) of courses from 2007 to the present from the University of California at San Diego. You can browse them here: Browse Over 100 Course Podcasts from UC San Diego Today we're featuring 45 free courses offered by the University of California at Irvine. Since 2012 UC-Irvine has been offering courses through their UCI open, online course initiative and they are now offering these courses on YouTube. Many of these courses are in the areas of chemistry, physics, Earth science, math, and engineering. You can browse them all there: 45 Free Video Courses from UC-Irvine on LearnOutLoud.com And here they all are listed by their educational department: Biological Sciences 93: DNA To Organisms Biological Sciences 94: Organisms to Ecosystems Biological Sciences M121: Immunology with Hematology Chemistry 1P: Preparation for General Chemistry Chemistry 1B: General Chemistry Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry 128: Introduction to Chemical Biology Chemistry 131A: Quantum Principles Chemistry 131B: Molecular Structure & Statistical Mechanics Chemistry 131C: Thermodynamics and Chemical Dynamics Chemistry 201: Organic Reaction Mechanisms I Chemistry 202: Organic Reaction Mechanisms II Chemistry 203: Organic Spectroscopy Chemistry 51C: Organic Chemistry Chemistry 5: Scientific Computing Skills Earth System Science 1: Introduction to Earth System Science Earth System Science 5: The Atmosphere Earth System Science 21: On Thin Ice: Climate Change and the Cryosphere Earth System Science 23: Air Pollution and Global Environments Education 151: Language and Literacy Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving Engineering MAE 91: Intro to Thermodynamics Engineering MAE 130A: Intro to Fluid Mechanics Engineering 165/265: Advanced Manufacturing Choices Math 2A: Calculus Math 4: Math for Economists Math 113B: Mathematical Biology Math 131A: Introduction to Probability and Statistics Math 176: Math of Finance Physics 3A: Basic Physics I Physics 3B: Basic Physics II Physics 3C: Basic Physics III Physics 7C: Classical Physics Physics 20B: Cosmology Physics 20E: Life in the Universe Physics 50: Math Methods Physics 255: Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation Psych 9A: Psychology Fundamentals Public Health 1: Principles of Public Health Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare Public Health 194A: Clinical and Translational Research Preparatory I The Power of Microeconomics The Power of Macroeconomics Interestingly enough those last two economics courses are taught by American economist Peter Navarro who currently serves as the Assistant to the President, Director of Trade and Industrial Policy, and the Director of the White House National Trade Council, a newly-created entity in the executive branch of the U.S. federal government. Learn about some of the economic principles guiding the Trump administration in these two free courses. Navarro is the author of over a dozen books and has also taught four Modern Scholar courses that we offer on sale on LearnOutLoud: Big Picture Investing Big Picture MBA Principles of Economics: Business, Banking, Finance, and Your Everyday Life Waking Dragon: The Emerging Chinese Economy and Its Impact on the World Navarro has long been a critic of China and its role in global trade and that last course is certain to be of interest when it comes to his guidance of U.S. trade policy in the coming years. For a free lecture he gave on one of his books on China check out this talk from C-SPAN: Pete[...]



35 Speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr. on Audio & Video

2017-04-30T09:52:56Z

In recent years many of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speeches have been made available for free on audio & video from The King Institute at Stanford and The King Center in Atlanta. In this post we'll feature 35 prominent speeches and sermons that Dr. King delivered in his lifetime that are available to listen to for free on audio & video. You can browse all of the speeches and sermons of Dr. King that we feature on his author page, along with some audio books of his speeches and some interviews he did: 35 Free Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Audio & Video We'll start off by featuring some of Dr. King's most famous speeches that we've featured in the past: I Have a Dream Speech (August 28th, 1963) Delivered on August 28th, 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., King's passionate call for justice and equality was the battle cry for the Civil Rights Movement in America. The 17-minute speech called for an end to racism in the United States during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which was a defining moment of the Civil Rights Movement. I've Been to the Mountaintop Speech (April 3rd, 1968) On April 4th, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. The night before he was assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his prophetic "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech. In this stirring speech Dr. King looks back on his life and is thankful for all the positive changes in civil rights that occurred in his lifetime, and he is grateful to have lived in the second half of the 20th century when masses of people all over the world were standing up for freedom and human rights. Letter from Birmingham Jail: Dramatic Reading (April 16, 1963) Watch a free dramatized version of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail". Written 40 years ago on April 16, 1963, Dr. King wrote this while in jail in response to a statement by 8 white clergymen who argued that the battle against segregation should be fought in the courts, and not in the streets. In his letter, Dr. King argues for nonviolent direct action in response to unjust laws. The letter contains many great quotes including "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" and "Justice too long delayed is justice denied". This special 1-hour video is a recording from the University of Texas at Austin filmed in an old Georgetown, Texas, jail sitting in for Birmingham in 1963, with actor Corey Jones playing Dr. King. Acceptance Speech at Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony (December 10, 1964) Listen to this brief yet powerful speech that Dr. King delivered upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. In the speech Dr. King talks of the ongoing "creative battle to end the long night of racial injustice" in the United States which by that time had led to the passage of the Civil Rights Bill. And King speaks of his hope that "mankind will bow before the altars of God and be crowned triumphant over war and bloodshed and join together in brotherhood." A Knock at Midnight Sermon (June 11, 1967) Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "A Knock at Midnight" sermon was delivered on June 11, 1967. It is one of his most famous sermons where he relates the parable Jesus told of a man who knocks at midnight for three loaves of bread. Dr. King extends the meaning of "midnight" to regard his time in 1967 as midnight in the social order, the psychological order, and the spiritual order. He encourages the church to offer "bread" to those in need both in a real sense and in a spiritual sense. It's a powerful sermon delivered 50 years ago, but still very relevant today. It is available on streaming audio from the King Institute and on streaming video from YouTube. The Drum Major Instinct Sermon (February 4, 1968) Listen to this inspiring sermon from Martin Luther King, Jr. In this speech, delivered in the year he was assassinated, Dr. King looks back on his life and hopes he will be remembered as a "Drum Major for Justice". King sees the importance in the "drum major instinc[...]



60 Free Language Learning Programs on Spotify

2017-04-29T12:03:31Z

Long ago the publisher Penton Overseas and their many language learning programs disappeared, but they've now been re-published and are available for free on streaming audio on Spotify. You listen to over 60 of their language learning programs including their popular Learn In Your Car series. Browse Over 60 Free Language Learning Programs from Penton Overseas The Learn In Your Car programs are digestible language tutorials offered in 3 step-by-step levels that you can listen to wherever you are, and they run 3 hours in length. They are also offering their Vocabulearn series which presents vocabulary words that will beef up the building blocks of the language you are trying to learn. The Vocabulearn programs run about 3 hours as well. Here are some of their most popular language learning titles: Learn in Your Car Series: Learn in Your Car: French, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: German, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Italian, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Japanese, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Mandarin Chinese, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Russian, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Spanish, Level 1 Aprenda En Su Auto: Ingles, Nivel Uno (English for Spanish Speakers) Vocabulearn Series: Vocabulearn: Arabic Level 1 Vocabulearn: French Level 1 Vocabulearn: Hebrew Level 1 VocabuLearn: Korean, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Polish, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Portuguese, Level 1 Vocabulearn: Spanish Level 1 VocabuLearn: Swahili, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Swedish, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Vietnamese, Level 1 And there are many more courses to choose from, many of which are at higher skill levels: Browse Over 60 Free Language Learning Courses from Penton Overseas Please Note: In order to listen to these audio programs you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer or smart phone. If you want to listen ad-free and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough.... src="https://embed.spotify.com/?uri=spotify%3Aalbum%3A5k1TDMeKdG7MdkWA6iCGQh" width="560" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"> Long ago the publisher Penton Overseas and their many language learning programs disappeared, but they've now been re-published and are available for free on streaming audio on Spotify. You listen to over 60 of their language learning programs including their popular Learn In Your Car series. Browse Over 60 Free Language Learning Programs from Penton Overseas The Learn In Your Car programs are digestible language tutorials offered in 3 step-by-step levels that you can listen to wherever you are, and they run 3 hours in length. They are also offering their Vocabulearn series which presents vocabulary words that will beef up the building blocks of the language you are trying to learn. The Vocabulearn programs run about 3 hours as well. Here are some of their most popular language learning titles: Learn in Your Car Series: Learn in Your Car: French, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: German, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Italian, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Japanese, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Mandarin Chinese, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Russian, Level 1 Learn in Your Car: Spanish, Level 1 Aprenda En Su Auto: Ingles, Nivel Uno (English for Spanish Speakers) Vocabulearn Series: Vocabulearn: Arabic Level 1 Vocabulearn: French Level 1 Vocabulearn: Hebrew Level 1 VocabuLearn: Korean, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Polish, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Portuguese, Level 1 Vocabulearn: Spanish Level 1 VocabuLearn: Swahili, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Swedish, Level 1 VocabuLearn: Vietnamese, Level 1 And there are many more courses to choose from, many of which are at higher skill levels: Browse Over 60 Free Language Learning Courses from Penton Overseas Please Note: In order to listen to these audio programs you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening[...]



Over 50 Free Great Courses Lectures

2017-04-12T07:45:40Z

In recent months The Great Courses has added over 50 free lectures from their latest courses to their YouTube channel. We'll be adding all these free lectures to our Free Audio & Video Directory soon, but for now we've linked to these lectures on YouTube below. We've also put together a YouTube playlist of all these free course lectures: Over 50 Free Great Courses Lectures on Our YouTube Playlist Here are over 50 more lectures that The Great Courses are offering through their YouTube channel. We're linking directly to YouTube for these video lectures. We've renamed them according to the name of the lecture in the course: -Visualizing Extraordinary Ways to Multiply -Does Technology Make You Stupid? -How to Grow Anything: Plan the Garden of Your Dreams -Mind Bending Math: Voting Paradoxes -Inexplicable Space -How To Draw: Linear Perspective -Why You Stress: Arousal and Value Judgment -A History of British India: Indian and British Economic Interests -Mind-Body Philosophy: History of the Soul -Stonehenge and Archaeoastronomy -Facets of Religion: Divinity and Devotion -Great Mythologies of the World: Odysseus -Effective Communication Skills: The Social Context -Alexander the Great's Impact on the Jews -Greek 101: The Greek Alphabet & Pronunciation -Chemistry and Our Universe: Wave Nature of Light -Robotics: Self-Driving Vehicles -The Unfolding Ukraine-Russia Crisis -The Analects of Confucius: A Bird's-Eye View -The Big History of Civilizations: Origins of Agriculture -Fisher and Price: The Growth-Stock Investors -Train Yourself Like a Dog -The World Was Never the Same: JFK Assassination -The Secrets of Great Mystery and Suspense Fiction: The Detective -The Sack of Rome and Augustine's The City of God -The Power of a Mathematical Picture -The Ancient Egyptian Alphabet -Must-Know Tactical Patterns in Chess -Napoleon: The Revolutionary Emperor -Mastering Tai Chi -How to Stop Worrying and Start Investing -How to Draw: Proportion -Three-Dimensional Geometry: Solids -Basic Structure of the Atom -English Grammar Boot Camp: Why Do We Care about Grammar? -The Science of Mindfulness: Who Am I? The Perils of Self -Roots of Irish Identity: Celts to Monks -Fundamentals of Photography: Composition -Religion: Its Meaning and Importance -An Economic History of the World Since 1400: Introduction -Engineering and Technology in Your World -Why America Wrote The Declaration Of Independence -The Politics and People of The American Revolution -The Role Women Played in The American Revolution -The Boston Tea Party as a Turning Point in American History -The American Revolution: The Most Significant Result of The Enlightenment Period -Unexpected Economics: Small Choices and Racial Discrimination -What is the Difference Between Slang and Jargon? -Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory: Encoding Information with Images -Papal Elections: Then and Now -A Tour of Central Turkey And if you haven't yet, be sure to check out The Great Courses Plus. You can now sign up for a free one month trial on TheGreatCoursesPlus.com. For fans of The Great Courses it's overwhelmingly awesome. You subscribe to The Great Courses Plus, and you can then watch 300 great courses and over 6,000 video lectures as much as you want, whenever you want! After the initial free month, the price is only $19.99/month now! A bargain considering all the great courses you get access to. And if you sign up for a full year the price breaks down to only $14.99/month. We've gone through their entire catalog and there are so many courses and individual lectures we want to watch. You can browse all these courses by category on their website as well: Browse Over 300 Courses Currently Offered Through the The Great Courses Plus We've updated a blog post that lays out The Great Courses Plus in more detail and lists all the current courses: Watch 300 Great Courses on the Great Courses Plus Updated Blog Post... width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.[...]



11 Free Joseph Campbell Audio Series on Spotify

2017-03-17T08:51:41Z

Below is a playlist of the Comprehensive 14-Hour Lecture Series "A Brief History of World Mythology" delivered by Joseph Campbell in 1969: Check Out 11 Joseph Campbell Lecture Series from the Joseph Campbell Foundation Joseph Campbell was known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion, including his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. He was also a great teacher and lecturer and thankfully many of his lectures were recorded. The Joseph Campbell Foundation has put up the Joseph Campbell Audio Collection on the popular music streaming service Spotify. The Joseph Campbell Audio Collection features 11 series of talks (most of them consisting of five hour-long lectures). The lecture series cover the wide swath of Campbell's field of knowledge incorporating mythology, religion, psychology, philosophy, and a great deal more. We organized each series into playlists on Spotify and have linked to them and embedded them on the pages linked to below. Please Note: In order to listen to these lectures you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer or smart phone. If you want to listen ad-free and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. Here are the eleven lecture series: Man and Myth The Eastern Way Inward Journey: East and West Mythology and the Individual The Myths and Masks of God The Western Quest A Brief History of World Mythology Perspectives on Creative Mythology Christian Symbols and Ideas Psychology and Asian Philosophies Your Myth Today... Below is a playlist of the Comprehensive 14-Hour Lecture Series "A Brief History of World Mythology" delivered by Joseph Campbell in 1969: src="https://embed.spotify.com/?uri=spotify%3Auser%3Alearnoutloud%3Aplaylist%3A6PEPCaeaz2PEeDLmVysnRP" width="600" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"> Check Out 11 Joseph Campbell Lecture Series from the Joseph Campbell Foundation Joseph Campbell was known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion, including his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. He was also a great teacher and lecturer and thankfully many of his lectures were recorded. The Joseph Campbell Foundation has put up the Joseph Campbell Audio Collection on the popular music streaming service Spotify. The Joseph Campbell Audio Collection features 11 series of talks (most of them consisting of five hour-long lectures). The lecture series cover the wide swath of Campbell's field of knowledge incorporating mythology, religion, psychology, philosophy, and a great deal more. We organized each series into playlists on Spotify and have linked to them and embedded them on the pages linked to below. Please Note: In order to listen to these lectures you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer or smart phone. If you want to listen ad-free and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. Here are the eleven lecture series: Man and Myth The Eastern Way Inward Journey: East and West Mythology and the Individual The Myths and Masks of God The Western Quest A Brief History of World Mythology Perspectives on Creative Mythology Christian Symbols and Ideas Psychology and Asian Philosophies Your Myth Today [...]



5000 New Podcasts in Our Podcast Directory

2017-02-07T10:30:49Z

It's been months in the making, but we've just added over 5,000 new podcasts to our LearnOutLoud.com Podcast Directory, bringing our total number of educational podcasts in our directory to over 7,000. We combed through over 500,000 podcasts in the iTunes podcast directory to find the best of the best in terms of ratings, reviews, and educational subject matter. We also removed old podcasts from our directory that are no longer available. Browse them all by clicking below: Browse Over 7,000 Podcasts on LearnOutLoud.com We've gone through every subcategory and picked out 5 or 10 podcasts to feature for that subcategory. Browse this full list of featured podcasts below: Arts & Entertainment Podcasts (Over 600 Titles) Comedy Podcasts: WTF with Marc Maron Podcast The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast Improv4Humans with Matt Besser Podcast Comedy Central Stand-Up Video Podcast Comedy Bang Bang Radio Podcast Film, Music, Radio, TV, & Pop Culture Podcasts: Voice Film Club Podcast Maltin on Movies Podcast Jazz Stories at Lincoln Center Podcast Desert Island Discs Podcast Bret Easton Ellis Podcast You Must Remember This Podcast Orson Welles: On The Air Podcast NPR: Pop Culture Happy Hour Podcast NPR: All Songs Considered Podcast KCRW's The Treatment Podcast Painting, Architecture, & Sculpture Podcasts: EntreArchitect Podcast Diversity of Urban Art Podcast BBC Radio 3: Arts and Ideas Podcast KCRW's Art Talk Podcast MoMA Think Modern Lectures Podcast Theater, Opera, & Classical Music Podcasts: San Diego Opera Video Podcast Met Opera Guild Podcast Classical Music in America Podcast Broadway Radio Podcast American Theatre's Offscript Podcast Biography Podcasts (Over 100 Titles) Artists Podcasts: Talking Smooth Jazz Podcast Beethoven Rocks Podcast Artist Decoded by Yoshino Podcast Anais Nin Podcast 5 Minute Biographies Podcast Everyday People Podcasts: Tangentially Speaking Podcast Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things Podcast Journals: Out Loud Podcast Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids Podcast Everyday Superhumans Podcast Military Figures Podcasts: Veteran Resource Podcast Sidearm Podcast Napoleon: The Man and the Myths Podcast Command Your Business: Military Veterans Entrepreneurs Podcast 1, 2, Many Podcast Political Figures Podcasts: Talking Lincoln Podcast Russian Rulers History Podcast Life of Caesar Podcast La Trobe Biography Podcast Giants of History Podcast Business Podcasts (Over 1200 Titles) Business Leaders Podcasts: Your Mark on the World Podcast Renegade Millionaire Show Podcast Power Players Podcast Masters in Business Podcast CEO Spotlight Podcast Economics Podcasts: Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast Talking Economics Podcast Talk Poverty Radio Podcast IMF Podcast Economics Detective Radio Podcast Entrepreneurship Podcasts: Womenpreneur Podcast The Top Entrepreneurs Podcast The Entrepreneur Unleashed Podcast Superhuman Entrepreneur Podcast Startup School Radio Podcast Planning Your Leap into Business Podcast Inc. Radio Podcast Foundr Magazine Podcast Entrepreneur 2.0 Podcast Advancing Entrepreneur Podcast Investing & Finance Podcasts: WSJ MoneyBeat Podcast We Study Billionaires: The Investors Podcast Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast Optimal Finance Daily Podcast Motley Fool Answers Podcast Money For the Rest of Us Podcast Investools Radio Podcast Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast Financial Independence Podcast Enjoying Life on a Budget Podcast Leadership & Management Podcasts: Transformational Leadership Podcast Project Management Podcast Leading Conversations Podcast Leaders Inspire Leaders Podcast Engaging Leader Podcast Public Speaking Podcasts: The Toastmasters Podcast Stand Out Get Noticed Podcast Speaking with T.J. Walker Podcast How to Make Powerful Speeches Podcast Dynamic Communicators Podcast Real Estate Podcasts: Sell More Houses Podcast Rental Income Podcast REIology: Real Estate Investing Simplified P[...]



The Charlie Rose Archive is Back Up

2016-12-21T09:45:16Z

We're not sure exactly when it happened, but Charlie Rose's video archive is back up on CharlieRose.com. This archive features over 10,000 interviews with notable authors, entertainers, political figures, business leaders, and more going back to when Charlie Rose started his show in 1991. These videos used to be up on the abandoned video platform Google Video, but when that shut down, the Charlie Rose show moved over to Hulu. On Hulu most of the archive disappeared and the new shows were only viewable in the United States. Now the archive has been restored in its entirety and the videos are hosted and playable right on CharlieRose.com. Back in 2012 we went through the entire Charlie Rose archive and picked out 350 of the best Charlie Rose interviews to feature on LearnOutLoud.com. We've fixed the links and embeds, and we've put those interviews back up into our free directory: 350 of the Best Charlie Rose Guests on LearnOutLoud.com We hope to add more of the best of Charlie Rose interviews to our site next year. We've done a few blog posts on Charlie Rose interviews. He has interviewed many great film directors and actors which we featured in a previous blog post: Top 10 Charlie Rose Interviews of Film Directors and Actors Another blog post we did featured videos from the Charlie Rose Brain Series which covers many topics related to the latest findings in neuroscience: Charlie Rose Brain Series We'll now feature some of the best of the best guests that Charlie has interviewed over the years. We've separated these by Personal Growth Experts, Business Leaders, Political Figures, Writers, and Entertainers: Personal Growth Experts: A Conversation about Nutrition with Dr. Andrew Weil A Conversation about the Science of Happiness with Martin Seligman, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and others An Interview with Steven R. Covey A Conversation about Health and Disease Prevention with Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Michael Roizen Business Leaders: An Hour with Jack and Suzy Welch An Hour with Management Consultant Jim Collins A Conversation with Business Guru Tom Peters A Conversation with Lee Iacocca A Conversation with Michael Milken & Muhammad Yunus A Conversation with Jeff Bezos on Amazon.com The Future with Eric Schmidt, Marc Andreessen, and Bill Gates An Exclusive Conversation with Warren Buffett (at the start of the 2008 financial crisis) Political Figures: An Hour with Illinois Senator Barack Obama on Nov. 23, 2004 A Conversation with Guest Host Judy Woodruff and Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney A Conversation with Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger An Hour with Mikhail Gorbachev A Talk with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran A Discussion on Abortion with Arianna Huffington and Laura Ingraham A Conversation with Noam Chomsky An Appreciation of William F. Buckley Two Conversations with Filmmaker Michael Moore A Conversation with Bill O'Reilly Writers: A Conversation with Author David McCullough A Conversation with Author Tom Wolfe A Conversation with Carl Sagan on Pale Blue Dot Gore Vidal Discusses His Life An Interview with David Foster Wallace A Conversation with Author John Updike on The Greatest American Short Stories of This Century Author Christopher Hitchens on Hitch-22 A Remembrance of Hunter S. Thompson A Remembrance of Intellectual Susan Sontag Entertainers: A Conversation with Opera Singer Luciano Pavarotti A Conversation with Radio Personality Garrison Keillor A Conversation with Basketball Legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Julius Erving, and Bill Russell A Conversation with Musician David Bowie A Conversation with Comedian George Carlin A Conversation with Rapper Kanye West A Conversation with Julia Child A Discussion of the Music Wars on the Internet with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and rapper Chuck D of Public Enemy An Interview with Conan O'Brien on October[...]



Watch Frontline: The Choice 2016 - Free PBS Documentary

2016-09-28T13:06:41Z

Watch Frontline: The Choice 2016 The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election is Tuesday, November 8th and Americans will soon decide who will be our next President. Each presidential election the PBS series Frontline produces an election special that profiles the two major candidates. Their two-hour special aired last night on PBS and is now available to stream on their YouTube channel. This special covers the biographies of the frontrunners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump, and the long and very different paths they took to reach this point. With interviews from biographers and people closest to each of the candidates you get an idea of what has driven these individuals throughout their careers. You'll hear the story of Hillary Clinton and her entry into Democratic politics from her years as first lady of Arkansas and then the United States, to her role as Senator of New York and Secretary of State. You'll also hear about the rise of Donald J. Trump, the wealthy American businessman who came of age in the 1980s and kept his brand alive into 1990s and became a reality TV star in the 2000s. You'll hear about the scandals and hardships they've faced throughout their long lives in the public eye and their persistence through it all in "Frontline: The Choice 2016". Watch Frontline: The Choice 2016 And just to revisit some history you may want to check out the PBS Frontline documentaries from the past two presidential elections which are also available on YouTube: Frontline: The Choice 2008 Frontline: The Choice 2012 Also Clinton and Trump sparred in their First Presidential Debate on Monday: 2016 First Presidential Debate: Trump vs. Clinton In the First Presidential Debate Clinton and Trump touched on issues such as trade, foreign policy, race relations, and other key issues. The 90-minute debate is available on streaming video on YouTube and on MP3 audio download. For another interesting debate check out this recent debate from Intelligence Squared U.S.: Blame the Elites for the Trump Phenomenon In this debate from Intelligence Squared U.S. the two sides argue over who is responsible for the rise of Donald Trump. One side argues that the Trump Phenomenon is due to the elites of both parties ignoring the voice of the declining American middle class. They argue that the political elite's devotion to special interests and their bailouts of the big banks has created frustration in middle America who have not seen much recovery from the financial disaster of 2008. The opposing side blames the voters and the media for the rise of Donald Trump, emphasizing that his rise is largely a response to his stirring up fears about immigration, crime, and terrorism. Neither side are particularly fans of the Trump Phenomenon, but they both offer interesting insight into how this unprecedented candidate has rose to such heights. The two-hour debate is available to stream on YouTube and also is available on MP3 audio download from the Intelligence Squared U.S. website.... width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/s7uScWHcTzk" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> Watch Frontline: The Choice 2016 The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election is Tuesday, November 8th and Americans will soon decide who will be our next President. Each presidential election the PBS series Frontline produces an election special that profiles the two major candidates. Their two-hour special aired last night on PBS and is now available to stream on their YouTube channel. This special covers the biographies of the frontrunners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump, and the long and very different paths they took to reach this point. With interviews from biographers and people closest to each of the candidates you get an idea of what has driven these individuals throughout their careers. You'll hear the story of Hillary[...]



Great Political Debates from Intelligence Squared U.S.

2016-07-18T09:29:52Z

Listen to some informed and civil political debates about issues facing the United States in these great debates from Intelligence Squared U.S.. These Oxford-Style debates set forth a motion and then usually have two people on each side debating for or against the motion. Along with debating back and forth, the participants also each get opening and closing remarks to summarize their viewpoints. The moderator of the debates is author and journalist John Donvan, and he does a superb job of keeping the debates well mannered, intelligent, and moving forward. Each debate generally runs 90 to 100 minutes along with questions from the moderator and from the audience. The audience votes on the motion before the debate and then afterwards. Whichever side changes the most members of the audience to vote for their side by the end is declared the winner. These debates can be watched on YouTube or listened to on MP3 from the Intelligence Squared U.S. website. There is also a 50 minute version of the debate on the Intelligence Squared U.S. website (which is the podcast and radio version). We recommend the full version for the most coherent debates, but either way you'll learn a lot. Challenge your own political beliefs on these complex issues with these intelligent debates! 1. The Two-Party System is Making America Ungovernable Has the two-party system in America created a toxic dynamic where the most extreme members of each political party can no longer work together? In this debate hosted by Intelligence Squared, Ariana Huffington and David Brooks argue that Democrats and Republicans are stuck in a rotten two party system that forces both sides to obey the party line at the cost of personal beliefs. Their proposed solution is a broader social movement to de-align the two parties and make way for a centrist alternative. In contrast, humorist P.J. O'Rourke is joined by Zev Chafets to argue for how durable the two-party system has remained when put under almost two centuries of stress, and caution against a de-polarized political atmosphere where smaller, single issue-based interests are enabled to fight it out on a national stage. 2. The Rich Are Taxed Enough In this debate from Intelligence Squared, the two sides square off about the taxation of the rich in the United States and whether they should pay more than they currently do to cover the costs of government spending. Both sides agree that government is running deficits that need to be paid for and that entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare need reform before they spiral government down into much more debt in the coming decades. The side arguing for the motion suggests the best way to raise revenues is to "broaden the base" of the tax system, to cut out of control government spending, and to cut tax rates so that wealthy individuals will invest more into the economy and boost employment which will in turn boost individual income and generate more in overall taxes. The side arguing against the motion suggests that it is a necessity to raise taxes on the rich because of the current deficits government is running and because a more progressive approach in the tax system is the fair thing to do and will ultimately benefit the growth of the economy. They also argue for closing tax loopholes which have prevented the rich from paying their fair share. Both sides feature economists that throw out a lot of statistics supporting each of their arguments, but the moderator John Donvan tries to get beyond the numbers to the core ideas behind each side. 3. Don't Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses The topic of immigration has become a lightning rod for pundits on both sides of the political spectrum. This debate hosted by Intelligence Squared pits two sides in a nuanced argument pro and con [...]



1000 New YouTube Video Lectures, Interviews, & Debates

2016-04-12T11:30:10Z

1000 new YouTube videos have been added to our LearnOutLoud Free Audio & Video Directory bringing our total number of free resources to over 11,000. We've gone through some of the best educational channels on YouTube and picked out the most popular videos from the past few years. Here are the channels we've added titles from along with some choice titles we thought you'd like: Aspen Institute - Featuring over 40 talks from their annual Aspen Ideas Festival. Marianne Williamson Talks Spirituality and Politics Self Directed Biological Transformation (SDBT) with Deepak Chopra The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose, Happiness, Prosperity, and Freedom with Rod Stryker Will Massively Open Online Courses Transform the Way We Learn? Big Think - Longer interviews and lectures from this popular and intellectually stimulating YouTube channel that features leading thinkers from a variety of backgrounds. Big Think Interview with Karen Armstrong Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell William Ackman: Everything You Need to Know About Finance and Investing in Under an Hour Book TV - New interviews from C-SPAN's Q&A series bringing the total number of Book TV titles to 250. Q&A with Bethany McLean on The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis Q&A with Medea Benjamin on Drone Warfare Center for Inquiry - Talks from this secular and skeptical nonprofit educational organization. A Lecture by James "The Amazing" Randi Michael Shermer: The Believing Brain Commonwealth Club of California - New lectures and interviews from this popular public forum bringing our total to over 100 titles. Finding Faith and Spirituality in the 21st Century Jane McGonigal: How Games Can Make a Better World Noam Chomsky: Philosophies of Language and Politics Patty Duke Tells All Robert Reich: Inequality for All The Mind, Madness, and Gun Violence The Mythbusters at the Commonwealth Club The Psychology of Building a Bulletproof Personal Finance System with Ramit Sethi Conversations with Harold Hudson Channer - A few archived conversations from the New York public access show "Conversations with Harold Hudson Channer". Conversation with Buckminster Fuller Conversation with Oliver Sachs Conversation with Timothy Leary Conversations with History - Long running interview show on UCTV hosted by Harry Kreisler and covering politics, economics, and much more. We now feature over 100 interviews. My Forty Years at Berkeley with Harry Kreisler Philosophy and Activism with Peter Singer Understanding Human Nature with Steven Pinker Cutting Edge Conscious - Talk show featuring guests that may broaden your horizons about consciousness. Bruce Lipton: The Frequency That is "You" Byron Katie: Question Your Thoughts and End Your Suffering Dan Millman on Finding Your Life Purpose Joe Vitale: The World Is Our Mirror European Graduate School - Lectures from this graduate school focused on art and philosophy. Jacques Derrida & Gilles Deleuze: On Forgiveness Jean Baudrillard: Violence of the Image Slavoj Zizek: The Irony of Buddhism Forum Network - Lectures from WGBH in the Boston area. We now feature over 200 titles from their YouTube channel. Emily Dickinson: My Wars Are Laid Away in Books How Working Women Can Manage Stress with Dr. Kathleen Hall Sarah Lewis: Rise Scott Stossel: My Age of Anxiety The History of the Universe in One Hour by Max Tegmark, Professor of Physics at MIT Google Talks - Many more talks from authors and notable speakers at Google bringing our total to over 500 of their best talks. Alain de Botton on The News: A User's Manual Ariane De Bonvoisin on The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Making Any Change Easier Chip Conley on Emotional Equations Daniel Dennett on Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking Dr. David Agus on The End of Illness Elizabeth Kolbert on The[...]



Audible Channels Launches with Free Premium Audio Content for Members

2016-04-07T23:34:38Z

The Audible mobile app has a new section which will surely interest fans of audio learning. It's in beta mode right now and it's called "Channels". We're not sure if it showing up for all Audible app users yet, but we'll give you an overview of what is probably coming soon to an Audible app near you, if it's not already there. The new Audible Channels section of the Audible app on iOS and Android features about 90 channels of relatively short audio content that is free to members to listen to via streaming or you can download for offline listening. Many of the channels are categories such as comedy, meditation, business news, etc. Each of these categories features a playlist of short audio related specifically to that category. This audio content is coming from publishers and partners of Audible including excerpts of audio books and articles from a number of publications that Audible partners with such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. There are also channels featuring professional audio recordings of new articles from Audible's partner publications and we'll list a bunch of the publications that have channels: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Review, Harvard Business Review, Smithsonian Magazine, Forbes, cNet, McSweeney's Fiction, MIT Technology Review, The New Republic Magazine, Reader's Digest, Science News Magazine, Scientific American, and The Washington Post. There is also some original audio content such as episodes of Charlie Rose, the best TED Talks, Marketplace, BBC Newshour, PRI's The World, and The Onion Radio. And then there are some channels that seem to be premium audio shows that Audible has developed including Hot Mic with Dan Savage, Hold On with Eugene Mirman featuring funny live stories, How to Be Amazing with comedian Michael Ian Black as he interviews intriguing people, Limelight Illuminating Comedy, and a few others. Audible's Channels free section gives one even more incentive to become an Audible member as it will surely grow into an amazing new way to get premium audio content that isn't currently in audio book form. If you're not an Audible member, you might want to check this out. You can subscribe through Amazon (which owns Audible) right now and get two free audio books: Try the Audible 30-Day Free Trial and Get Two Free Audiobooks Audible's Channels section is an interesting move for Audible who's main focus has been in promoting unabridged audio books and generally longer form audio content to purchase via its memberships or a la carte from its site or on Amazon or on iTunes (who it partners with). Audible has amassed 180,000 titles over the years which has completely dwarfed their competitors in audio book retail. But I'm sure they have seen the magnificent success of over 200,000 free podcasts on iTunes and felt the need to somehow get into that space. Audible tried to get into podcasting 10 years ago with the failed Audible Wordcast. But now they are an Amazon owned company with much more money and power, and with Audible Channels they might give traditional podcasting a run for the money. Will they lure over top podcasters to their subscription service so podcasters can finally start making some serious money? Only time will tell. In the meantime they've got some great premium audio content that you won't find anywhere else and it's all free for Audible members! Here is Audible's official announcement of Channels and you can browse the channels they offer: Audible's Intro Page to Channels Here is Audible's new video introduction to Audible Channels:... The Audible mobile app has a new section which will surely interest fans of audio learning. It's in beta mode right now and it's called "Channels". We're not sure if it showi[...]



Watch 300 Great Courses on the Great Courses Plus

2017-03-15T12:49:49Z

The Great Courses Plus is here in full force and you can now sign up for a free one month trial on TheGreatCoursesPlus.com. For fans of The Great Courses it's overwhelmingly awesome. You subscribe to The Great Courses Plus, and you can then watch over 300 great courses as much as you want, whenever you want! After the initial free month, the price is only $19.99/month now! A bargain considering all the great courses you get access to. And if you sign up for a full year the price breaks down to only $14.99/month. We've gone through their entire catalog and there are so many courses and individual lectures we want to watch. We'll be doing reviews for many of the courses available in the coming year, but in this blog we wanted to list the over 300 courses they are offering as of March 2017. You can browse all these courses by category on their website as well: Browse Over 300 Courses Currently Offered Through the The Great Courses Plus They have many apps in place now for convenience of watching across many devices. They have their iOS app now which lets you watch on iPads, iPhones, and iPods. You can also now watch with their app on Apple TV (4th generation). They've got an Android app, an Amazon Kindle Fire app, a Roku app, an Amazon Fire TV app, and a Microsoft Windows 10 app. They also now have the ability to download videos into the iOS and Android apps so you can watch them on-the-go without having to connect to the Internet or use your precious monthly mobile data plan. We've added links in to The Great Courses Plus for The Great Courses that are available through this new subscription service. You can browse these courses along with others that are available in other formats on our Great Courses Publisher page which features video trailers for many of the courses: Browse Over 350 Courses on our Great Courses Publisher Page But we haven't updated their latest courses in a while and there are about 150 newer great courses we need to add to our site. So instead we decided we'd list all 250 courses they are offering on The Great Courses Plus right here. Once again you can browse all the courses and lectures on their website as well: Browse Over 300 Courses Currently Offered Through the The Great Courses Plus Here are all 300+ Great Courses being offered through The Great Courses Plus: 12 Essential Scientific Concepts 30 Masterpieces of the Ancient World A History of British India A History of Eastern Europe A History of England from the Tudors to the Stuarts A History of European Art A History of Hitler's Empire, 2nd Edition A New History of Life A Visual Guide to the Universe Advanced Investments Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Empire Algebra I Algebra II America and the New Global Economy America in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era An Economic History of the World Since 1400 An Introduction to Formal Logic An Introduction to Infectious Diseases Analysis and Critique: How To Engage and Write About Anything Ancient Greek Civilization Argumentation: The Study of Effective Reasoning, 2nd Edition Beethoven's Piano Sonatas Behavioral Economics: When Psychology and Economics Collide Being Human: Life Lessons from the Frontiers of Science Biblical Wisdom Literature Big Data: How Data Analytics Is Transforming the World Big History Biology and Human Behavior: The Neurological Origins of Individuality, 2nd Edition Biology: The Science of Life Black Death: The World's Most Devastating Plague Black Holes, Tides, and Curved Spacetime: Understanding Gravity Books that Matter: The Analects of Confucius Books that Matter: The City of God Brain Myths Exploded: Lessons from Neuroscience Buddhism Building a Better Vocabulary Building Great Sentences: Exploring the Writer's Craft[...]



2016 Presidential Candidates Biographies on Audio

2016-05-06T09:11:03Z

Learn about the major 2016 Presidential Candidates with our latest recordings of their Wikipedia biographies on audio. Currently we've recorded entries for the leading Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and the leading Republican candidate Donald Trump. Here is Hillary Clinton's biography on audio from her Wikipedia article. This biographical text covers Clinton's life from her early days to her life as the First Lady, up to her life as a senator and as Secretary of State. The article concludes with her current run for the 2016 presidential campaign. You can download it on MP3 here: Who is Hillary Clinton?: Her Wikipedia Article on MP3 Audio Download And we've also posted the full biography on audio to our YouTube channel for you to listen to: And here is Donald Trump's biography on audio from his Wikipedia article. This biographical text covers Trump's life from his early business career, to his success on TV's The Apprentice, to his many high profile real estate deals. The article concludes with his current run for the 2016 presidential campaign. You can download it on MP3 here: Who is Donald Trump?: His Wikipedia Article on MP3 Audio Download And we've also posted the full biography on audio to our YouTube channel for you to listen to: And here is Bernie Sander's biography on audio from his Wikipedia article. This short biographical text covers Sanders' early life, his political evolution from Burlington Vermont mayor to U.S. Senator, and provides a summary of his various political beliefs. The article also includes information on his run as the democratic candidate in the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign. Who is Bernie Sanders?: His Wikipedia Article on MP3 Audio Download And we've also posted the full biography on audio to our YouTube channel for you to listen to: Get out there and vote!!... Learn about the major 2016 Presidential Candidates with our latest recordings of their Wikipedia biographies on audio. Currently we've recorded entries for the leading Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and the leading Republican candidate Donald Trump. Here is Hillary Clinton's biography on audio from her Wikipedia article. This biographical text covers Clinton's life from her early days to her life as the First Lady, up to her life as a senator and as Secretary of State. The article concludes with her current run for the 2016 presidential campaign. You can download it on MP3 here: Who is Hillary Clinton?: Her Wikipedia Article on MP3 Audio Download And we've also posted the full biography on audio to our YouTube channel for you to listen to: width="560" height="420" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/tGaUQqYSF1o" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> And here is Donald Trump's biography on audio from his Wikipedia article. This biographical text covers Trump's life from his early business career, to his success on TV's The Apprentice, to his many high profile real estate deals. The article concludes with his current run for the 2016 presidential campaign. You can download it on MP3 here: Who is Donald Trump?: His Wikipedia Article on MP3 Audio Download And we've also posted the full biography on audio to our YouTube channel for you to listen to: width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/4i7usYJgwFU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> And here is Bernie Sander's biography on audio from his Wikipedia article. This short biographical text covers Sanders' early life, his political evolution from Burlington Vermont mayor to U.S. Senator, and provides a summary of his various political beliefs. The article also includes information on his run as the democratic candidate in the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign. Who is Bernie Sande[...]