Podcast Spotlight: iTunes Picks

With more than 150,000 free podcasts now available on iTunes, we're sure to have something to pique your interest. And now with iTunes Picks, finding just what you're looking for is easier than ever before. We've scoured the store and hand-selected our favorite podcasts and organized them into more than three dozen easy-to-browse collections. Discover the sickest tricks in action sports, get free music lessons, pick up tips on managing your money, and much more.
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Freakonomics Radio Freakonomics Radio picks up where the two best-selling books left off. Hosts Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner apply the insights of economics to many of life's messiest situations.  WFMU's Too Much Information with Benjamen Walker Too Much Information with Benjamin Walker is a festival of intimate detail. Each episode's interviews, stories, and audio essays explore the gray area between fact and fiction.
The Parent Experiment The Parent Experiment explores parenthood with humor and brutal honesty. Commiserate and laugh along with two great moms as they talk about the highs, and lows, of raising kids.  ESPN: Page 2 ESPN: Page 2 brings to podcasting Page 2's great tradition of irreverent sports coverage. Mike Philbrick and DJ Gallo cover "anything but motor sports" with humor, wit, and insight.
The Sporkful The Sporkful eschews escargot in favor of peanut butter, and disses caviar for potato chips. Take a tour of great real-world eating.  A History of the World in 100 Objects A History of the World in 100 Objects, from the BBC, looks at history via the stuff we have made. Hear how a gold coin minted in Turkey 2,500 years ago still has lessons to teach us today.
Stuff from the Science Lab Stuff from the Science Lab, takes a look at the quirkier side of our world. Learn more about asteroid fighters, gene banks, and the oft-misunderstood Tyrannosaurus rex.  The Math Dude Quick and Dirty Tips to Make Math Easier The Math Dude's Quick and Dirty Tips to Make Math Easier seeks to undo those years of classroom pain and suffering. Find tips and tricks to make math fun—and useful—again.


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