150 episodes

Guy Raz explores the emotions, insights, and discoveries that make us human. The TED Radio Hour is a narrative journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, and new ways to think and create.

TED Radio Hour NPR

    • Technology
    • 4.4, 15K Ratings

Guy Raz explores the emotions, insights, and discoveries that make us human. The TED Radio Hour is a narrative journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, and new ways to think and create.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
15K Ratings

15K Ratings

AdriannaEJ ,

Worth listening

I love the Ted Radio Hour, but there seems to be nothing new. The most recent releases, at least for the past few months, are all reruns of previous episodes, and I’ve heard all of them. If they’re not complete reruns, it’s a rerun with one new interview in it. It seems like the team has given up or gone on hiatus with no notice. I’d love to hear some new episodes exploring new ideas.

Paola.Reyes ,

Working Weekends At A Psych ER

Dr. Julie Holland ran the weekend shift at Bellevue's psychiatric emergency room for nine years. You get an inside of her new book Weekends at Bellevue, where she describes some of the patients she encountered to the people who were manic to some who were criminally insane and how throughout her nine years she dealt with the job and what lead her to eventually leaving and starting her own private practice. This is an interesting podcast episode because its only based on Dr, Holland's point of view and her own personal experience. This gives an insight into future psychiatric majors.

The Big Dude ,

NPR REALLY NEEDS TO CHILL...

First of all, I love the show. On the most recent episode, regarding social movement, climate change, etc. all of your guests were severely liberal. The fact you only produce that point of view, tells me that you’re not seeing what’s going on. The fact that the news only covers the liberal point of view, it fools you all into thinking that it’s the ONLY point of view. So when something happens like the 2016 Election, the liberals are stunned. So much so, they still can’t accept the fact that it happened. When a conservative IS mentioned by you all, it’s in a horrible light...and that makes us think you’re bullying us. Any way you skin the cat, if you don’t cover the narrative fairly, then it’s a disservice to the entire thing....and once you prove that you can be fair, then maybe people will start believing your climate crisis is real jazz. Since you all just started screaming about it after Trump was elected and not while Obama was in office, it’s hard to trust the narrative...especially when the first thing you do is blame the president.

Top Podcasts In Technology

Listeners Also Subscribed To

More by NPR