So Many Steves: Afternoons with Steve Martin

Steve Martin is more candid than he’s ever been about his creative life in this engrossing audio-biography centered around a series of conversations recorded over many afternoons at home with his friend and neighbor, writer Adam Gopnik.

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How Charlamagne Tha God Turned Anxiety and Failure into Success

In the series premiere, longtime Breakfast Club host Charlamagne Tha God tells Justin Richmond what it took for him to become an icon of modern media.

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Rodents and Red Wine with Maria Konnikova

Author, psychologist, and professional poker player Maria Konnikova joins the show as Revisionist History’s first ombudsman. Maria advocates for the audience, reading letters from listeners and challenging Malcolm on matters great and small.

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