Chris Molanphy and Ned Raggett discuss the ’80s wave of British alt-rock on Hit Parade’s The Bridge.
Source: Is Goth a Musical Movement or a Fashion Statement?
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch will testify.
Source: Watch the Second Public Impeachment Hearing Live
Also, the writer discusses how America’s misogynistic impulses have led to Donald Trump.
Source: Lindy West Is Reclaiming the Word <em>Witch</em>
She loves to run around, but she’s terrified when approached.
Source: The Dogs at the Park Scare My Sweet Little Pup
Parenting advice on nose-picking, farts, and also some things that are not disgusting.
Source: Dear Care and Feeding: I Am So Sick of My Kid Picking His Nose and Eating the Boogers
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker look at Wednesday’s impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump (02:00), the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week (20:00), Northwestern’s student newspaper controversy (22:15), a journalist’s favorite go-to phrase (32:30), listener mail (35:00), and more.
Source: Impeachment Begins, Student Newspapers, and “Increasingly Blurry Lines” | The Press Box
A very special, consultant-driven episode of the Surge.
Source: The Case for Deval Patrick (Is Flimsy)
He was beloved by Neil Gaiman and Robert Jordan, and so good that he won a World Fantasy Award for a Christmas card. How did John M. Ford disappear?
Source: The Resurrection of the Greatest Sci-Fi Writer You’ve Never Read
NSO Group’s spyware is being used by governments around the world to monitor critics.
Source: What You Need to Know About What Might Be the Most Advanced Spyware Company in the World