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The Ron Burgundy Podcast launches on Feb 7, but the trailer’s there already. It starts with an exclusively produced theme tune (or Ron Burgundy singing “Ron Burgundy Podcast”). (iHeart / Megaphone)
NPR’s first history podcast, Throughline, has launched, promising “the story and perspectives often missing from history textbooks to help you understand our world today”.
Pew’s After the Fact is two years old today, and celebrating 47 episodes and 85 guests. The podcast features nonpartisan analysis, with numbers and trends about society’s biggest challenges. (Libsyn)
All Inclusive, from the Ruderman Family Foundation, focuses on topics of advocacy and innovation relating to disability. Recent episodes include discussion of a mental health crisis for college students, and the dangers of contact sports. (Libsyn)
Seeking Peace: Stories of Women and War explores the role of women in war and peace. “Women are too often seen as victims of conflict; but they are leaders and often unsung heroes.” (Georgetown’s Institute for Women, Peace & Security / Megaphone)


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