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I’m a firm believer in that there is a problem with racial discrimination and that something needs to be done about it. But when 9/10 of your podcasts are about the same thing you should probably try changing your name to the only thing you’re talking about. I use TED talks Daily on my commute to and from work which needs more variety then just racial segregation or racial discrimination. Please don’t lose your goal TED talks in spreading a WIDE variety of information to the public.
Such a fantastic conversation providing invaluable insights on how human can live harmoniously with Nature We need to make Ethical choices
I love gates and his philanthropy. He’s brilliant and impacted vaccines in Africa greatly. That said, having gates offer prognosis for COVID-19, as well as treatment seems off. There are actual medical experts to lead the charge and be more informative. Or at least have a medical professional on the side. This isn’t quite “reckless”, but does contribute to setting the precedents of interviewing non-experts for (needed) expert information. Gates is a good guy. This is just not the appropriate time for this when there are lots of medical experts with better information.
Fascinating to hear global perspectives and ideas on so many different subjects.
Way to left wing for comfort
TED Talks Daily is a podcast on Spotify and iTunes by TED. Think of a TED Talk – just without the video this time. For all podcast lovers and video haters, TED Talk podcasts appeal to just about everybody. Without the need to look at your phone and rather just listen, TED Talks Daily provides an easy way to be informed. Unlike most podcasts – each episode has a different host, as every TED Talk is never the same person. The structure of this podcast is, well, unstructured. No episode is the same – each Ted Talk you watch or listen to is a new one. Most TED Talks Daily podcast episodes are typically less than 20 minutes long, providing listeners, especially those with short attention spans, a great amount of time to do some learning. The first episode I listened to was titled: “This could be why you’re depressed and anxious - Johann Hari.” Journalist Johann Hari talks about the causes of depression and anxiety. What a beautiful talk by Johann describing how depression truly affects our lives. Did you know 39% of Americans no longer feel like they’re close to anyone? He taught me that. I don’t want to spoil too much from this episode as it is such an inspiring listen – but if you feel like you want to know more about depression/anxiety/mental illness, this is it. An inspiring quote by him: “If you’re depressed or anxious, you’re not weak and you’re not crazy – you’re a human being with unmet needs.” This episode 100% needs a listen. The second episode I listened to was called: “4 questions you should always ask your doctor - Christer Mjaset.” A neurosurgeon, Christer Mjaset, explains how patients can have greater relationships with their doctors. Did you know most of the procedures performed could be avoided? This episode is a great listen as well if you want a perspective of a doctor. As a TED Talk fan, and someone who goes to see TEDx events whenever they come to Winnipeg, I personally found both episodes to be quite enjoyable – any TED Talk will always keep me engaged. I don’t know what it is, but I could watch TED Talks forever and the fact that I found a podcast version makes things even more incredible. I am a person who enjoys listening to podcasts on my bus home from school or work and this podcast provides me with the ease of not having to worry about using up my data to watch a YouTube video. Also, the podcast format provides more room for multi-tasking. I am personally someone who suffers from anxiety and has a fantastic relationship with their doctor – so I found the episodes to be not only engaging for my own curiosity, but educational and fun. The TED Talks Daily podcasts do not offer advertisements in their podcasts. These podcast episodes are recorded live just like the videos – however, this is just the audio. So, the only “advertising” in the episodes is at the beginning to know how to find out more about the speaker. And towards the end of the podcast after the speaker is finished, a preview for an upcoming episode plays. As a listener, I feel as though most people will skip over the ending. However, I am aware of the previews, so I continue to listen, and I find them interesting to know who is speaking next. Out of five stars, I would rate this podcast a four. There is absolutely everything you could ever want in this podcast. If you like TED Talks, TED Talks Daily is the podcast for you. The only reason this podcast lost a star was lack of visuals – occasionally, in a TED Talk, the speaker provides graphs and pictures to add to their speech and the only downfall is that you do not get to see them. However, still very informative.
Bob Inglis’ episode is what we all need to hear
Great podcast, but the editors turn the volume down for the talks. The intros are loud, then you have to crank up the volume for the talk.
Love these short stories of hope and inspiration! Thank you!
Hi everyone who read this one, write her about what i fell about TED it's really good and approved my english and fiend a small silicon about my boring day because i can't do many things by right hand and my headache even i have this problem but i seen it very good work and make me sleep and killing time easy.
This is a great show/podcast and it’s great to listen to. Entertaining and informative is what makes an ideal podcast to me - and this is exactly it!
While some talks are great the episodes are not peer reviewed. I've found the quality of some talks to be a real let down.
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Love this podcast, it’s awesome to be presented with viewpoints and subjects that I hadn’t even considered, but become meaningful within seconds. It’s an instant mind expansion, but I have to say that the recent sudden increase in ads is annoying, especially when they are they are repeated over and over, this is why I don’t watch TV, I hope I don’t need to lose TED too.
Such an amazing podcast ! Great voice and Wow! Knowledge
I love this - so nice and informative I love the fact that they come out daily and are about the current events. Thanks !!!!!!!! GB
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It's mental illness innit .I'm here from the meme and so are you. GB
Pure left wing propaganda. GB
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