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Since 1980, City Arts & Lectures has presented onstage conversations with outstanding figures in literature, politics, criticism, science, and the performing arts, offering the most diverse perspectives about ideas and values. City Arts & Lectures programs can be heard on more than 130 public radio stations across the country and wherever you get your podcasts. The broadcasts are co-produced with KQED 88.5 FM in San Francisco. Visit CITYARTS.NET for more info.
 
CoachMePlus was founded in 2012 to meet the demands of an increasingly sophisticated sports science and sports performance industry, and has been transforming the management of athletic performance data ever since. A company grounded on expertise, innovation and client services, CoachMePlus is the go-to system for more than 220 teams across the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, MLS, CFL and military. With over 29,000 athletes and 11 million data points, CoachMePlus is the industry leader in applied ...
 
Deep from inside the City's shadows comes a new podcast warrior.. author, speaker and ex investment gatekeeper Jon 'JB' Beckett explores the Industry's taboo and hot topics. Dear Citizens of the People's Republic of Podcast, welcome! The New Fund Order is here; from existential risk to the human condition, a contrarian exploration of the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of; Asset Management, Finance and fund selection. Bringing you news, views and interviews. Like a philosophy-economics ...
 
Peak City CBD was founded by an organic chemist, Matt Weschler. After working in the electron microscopy industry for over 20 years, it was time for a new challenge. The science of CBD, as well as real-life stories of its importance and impact in people’s lives, are what intrigued us and spurred the formation of Peak City CBD. We decided to get more involved in helping people (and pets!). We wanted to help bring something good to the booming, healthful CBD industry. Peak City CBD is doing it ...
 
In Please Explain, we set aside time every Friday afternoon to get to the bottom of one complex issue. Ever wonder how New York City's water system works? Or how the US became so polarized politically? We'll back up and review the basic facts and principles of complicated issues across a broad range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.
 
The show fight fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Boxing City Radio launches on April 8 at 8 p.m. ET with FightNews lead writer Arvin Nundloll and Guardian US deputy sports editor Bryan Graham. The 45-minute live broadcast will cover the highs and lows of the sweet science with in-depth analysis and unfiltered thoughts on the action ahead.
 
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Rachel Kushner is the author of several novels including The Mars Room and The Flamethrowers. Her work has been compared to Joan Didion’s, and that of Don DeLillo, a literary mentor to Kushner. Kushner’s newest book, The Hard Crowd, is a collection of essays from the past 20 years that showcase her intellect and diverse interests, from muscle cars …
 
This week, our guests are Astra Taylor and Robert Reich. Taylor is an activist, author, and documentary filmmaker whose films include What is Democracy? (2018) and An Examined Life (2008). Last year, at the onset of the pandemic, Taylor joined economist Robert Reich to discuss his just-published book, The System. It was the very beginning of COVID-…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. In this special episode, enter the dojo with Gandy Gandidzanwa of Conceptual as we slice through the first 7 samurai episodes of the NFO podcast. When it comes to selecting boutique asset managers is it really a case of 'measure twice, cut…
 
This week, we present a conversation with choreographer Alonzo King. He’s the artistic director of LINES Ballet, a contemporary dance company in San Francisco. He founded it in 1982, and has revolutionized the way we view dance. King’s choreography includes a blend of powerful and tender emotion, and unbelievable feats of athleticism. LINES Ballet …
 
Playwright Lauren Gunderson’s work is often based on the lives of historical figures – scientists like Marie Curie and Isaac Newton, and political figures such as the first woman elected to Congress. Gunderson didn’t have to travel far to research her newest play, The Catastrophist – the one-man play centers on her husband, virologist Nathan Wolf. …
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. On the air you can hear the strings begin to play, as clouds roll off the Swiss Alps and Lake Geneva ripples on a gentle breeze.. The sun shines on Switzerland in a way rarely paralleled by any other market and there is much to be thankful…
 
This week, we’ll hear a conversation between two writers with unique perspectives on America. Ocean Vuong is a poet and the author of the novel On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous. The story closely mirrors Vuong’s own life: born in Viet Nam, he was two years old when his family left a refugee camp in the Philippines to come to the US. Tommy Orange pub…
 
This week, our guests bring us unique perspectives on life during a pandemic. Larry Brilliant is a renowned epidemiologist whose work with the World Health Organization helped eradicate smallpox, giving him keen insights into how governments can help tackle global disease. In a new book, Sometimes Brilliant, he reflects on his remarkable life and h…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. A cold wind is blowing.. As night falls on Europe, in the City a bearded stranger checks his watch under street lamp, beneath his trilby and overtly 60s square glasses he checks the time. As he waits he grasps onto his Russian 8mm cine, in…
 
Jenny Offill is the author of the novels Last Things, Dept. of Speculation, and, most recently, Weather. One of the pleasures of reading Offill’s books is hearing the emotional struggles and ambivalent attitudes of very honest narrators. In Weather, the concerns of daily life and parenting combine with the looming apocalypse of climate change. Both…
 
There are over 2 million people incarcerated in the United States – but tens of millions more who are living with criminal records. This week, we’ll hear about the constraints and challenges faced by formerly incarcerated people. Reuben Jonathan Miller is a sociologist, criminologist and a social worker who teaches at the University of Chicago in t…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. Picture a dark night.. rain pours down the ramparts as a storm thunders in the distance.. the light picks up the horde; an army of wannabe fund managers and eager asset-deprived boutiques descend upon the fortress walls. Yet before them st…
 
In this City Arts & Lectures Podcast exclusive, Daniel Handler and Rebecca Handler talk about family and work in a uniquely familiar conversation that only siblings could have. Rebecca Handler is a writer who lives and works in San Francisco. Her debut novel Edie Richter Is Not Alone features a protagonist who moves with her family to Perth, Austra…
 
Poet, memorist, and essayist Patricia Lockwood is perhaps best known for her memoir Priestdaddy, an extraordinarily funny account of growing up the daughter of the most singular Catholic priest in America. Lockwood has just published her first novel, No One is Talking About This, reckons with the feeling of being eternally online, unable to shut of…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. Is it 'High Noon' for existential risk, what does it mean to be an existential fund selector in a world of pandemics, cyber risk, climate crisis and digitalisation? With a classic spaghetti western as a stage, we draw our six-shooters, wit…
 
This week, our guest is novelist Susan Choi. She’s the author of five books, most recently “Trust Exercise”. It centers on a group of teenagers at a competitive art school in 1980s suburbia. What starts out as something straightforward becomes more complex – and with an experimental narrative structure that concludes with a surprise twist. The book…
 
Our guest is Lily King, the award-winning author of five novels. Her 2014 novel “Euphoria” was inspired by the life of anthropologist Margaret Mead. Last year, King published “Writers and Lovers”, the story of an aspiring author finding her way in the world. Written with her trademark humor, heart, and intelligence, “Writers & Lovers” explores the …
 
Why do humans sleep? What is sleep’s evolutionary basis? And what is really going on while we sleep? This week, we broadcast a conversation with cognitive neuroscientist Matthew Walker, talking to Indre Viskontas, originally recorded in 2015. Walker is an expert in sleep science, and his research reveals that every tissue in the body and every proc…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. Are funds flying in formation when it comes to fund costs? On episode 003 we go all supersonic with ex Allfunds selector Chetan Modi, of 360FundInsight, on; fund transparency, jurisdiction wars and whether size really does matter. We lock …
 
Dr. Carl Hart is a neuroscientist and psychologist at Columbia University whose research focuses on the effects of psychoactive drugs on the brain. He’ll talk about his positions on recreational drug use, which continue to spark controversy and are often at odds with others in his field. Hart’s latest book, Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty i…
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. Want to know Kung Fu Value Citizens? On episode 002 we enter Mark Polson's Dojo to discuss Fund Platforms and the V word. Is there a Lie at the heart of the Fund Platform industry? Why is there cynicism towards Environmental Social Governa…
 
This week, a conversation with filmmaker Cheryl Dunye. Dunye first emerged in the 1990’s as part of the “Queer New Wave”, and much of her work explores questions of race and gender, using her own experience as a lens. Her debut feature film, “The Watermelon Woman”, is now considered a classic of queer cinema, and her style – a mixture of documentar…
 
We’ve long admired Gabriel Byrne for his nuanced performances in films like The Usual Suspects, Miller’s Crossing, and Dead Man, and the television series In Treatment, for which he won a Golden Globe. Byrne’s thoughtful, understated acting style is reflected in his writing. His new memoir, Walking with Ghosts, far from a celebrity tell-all, is an …
 
Welcome to the New Fund Order. An Orwellian journey into the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of Finance. This is ground zero Citizens: on episode 001 we discuss value investing. Alpha or Omega? Is it the Beginning of the End or just the End of the Beginning? Fund selectors, advisers and investors have struggled to find Value equity funds that…
 
This week, a conversation with two veteran political opinion researchers about the future of polling. They’ll explore to what extent election outcomes can accurately be anticipated. Many believe the predictions before our last two presidential elections were misleading. How much validity is there to that belief? And can polling evolve to better ser…
 
This week, we are presenting an encore of a 2017 conversation with Dr. Robert Sapolsky. Sapolsky is a primatologist and neurologist with a unique gift for storytelling. Oliver Sacks called him “one of the best scientist-writers of our time”. Sapolsky has spent decades studying primate behavior. One of his most consuming fascinations is how humans a…
 
This week, a conversation with two of the creators of Ear Hustle, the first podcast created and produced in prison. The show features stories of the daily realities of life inside California’s San Quentin State Prison, shared by those living it. Ear Hustle was launched in 2017; at the time, Earlonne Woods was an inmate at San Quentin. His sentence …
 
Thomas Keller is the first and only American chef to have two Michelin Guide three-star-rated restaurants, The French Laundry and per se, both of which continue to rank among the best restaurants in America and the world. He is also the author of The French Laundry Cookbook, Bouchon, Under Pressure, Ad Hoc at Home, Bouchon Bakery, and his new book …
 
In the past year, journalists have been out in the streets covering racial reckoning and protest. Inside newsrooms – which are overwhelmingly white – media organizations are beginning to confront inequity in their own ranks. When journalism is mostly led by a privileged class of white men, what does that mean for the kinds of stories that get cover…
 
Crosstalk is a two-part series of compiled conversations between City Arts & Lectures guests from the previous three years, discussing literary identity and the sometimes pleasurable, sometimes painful, act of writing. Guests include Ocean Vuong, Zadie Smith, Marlon James, Ottessa Moshfegh, Tommy Orange, Eileen Myles, Rebecca Solnit, and Ta-Nehisi …
 
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