Happy Friday! If you're looking to fill your weekend podcast playlist with a few incredible episodes, look no further than these ten great ones that aired this week (listed in no particular order)...
Revenge of the Retweet from Flash Forward [July 26, 2016, 37 minutes]. Fifty years from now, will our politicians be panicking about the things their teenage selves liked on Facebook? Host Rose Eveleth considers what will happen when our tweets come back to haunt us.
"You Have a Screaming, Not a Calling." Featuring Sarah Jones from Magic Lessons [July 29, 2016, 1 hour, 15 minutes]. The very first episode of the show's second season is here! If you're a creative person — and even if you're not — don't miss this great one from best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert.
The Rise And Fall of FOX News CEO Roger Ailes from Fresh Air [July 26, 2016, 31 minutes]. Host Terry Gross talks with Gabriel Sherman (the author who wrote the book on Ailes) about the unbelievable and downright disgusting culture of sexual harassment that the former CEO created at FOX News.
Community from Building Nexcast [July 26, 2016, 25 minutes]. Host Brian Sanders learns storytelling basics from podcasting professionals, and he gets a peak behind the scenes of Allison Behringer's The Intern.
The Priority Problem from The Intern [July 28, 2016, 43 minutes]. Speaking of The Intern, in this week's eye-opening episode, Allison Behringer considers the lack of diversity in the tech world as she makes her first real hire.
Attachment Parenting from Science Vs [July 27, 2016, 34 minutes]. The new season is here at last, with not one but two great new episodes. In this one, Gimlet's Wendy Zukerman dives into attachment theory.
From Flint to Rio from Radio Diaries [July 27, 2016, 24 minutes]. As Olympic gold medal-winning boxer Claressa Shields prepares for Rio, she looks back at her road to London four years ago, when she was just sixteen.
Judy Blume from 10-Minute Writer's Workshop [July 27, 2016, 10 minutes]. The legendary author of young adult classics tells host Virginia Prescott about the writing process she's been honing for decades.