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Anne Strainchamps and Lisa Diamond
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Psychologist Lisa Diamond offers a radical new understanding of sexual orientation, arguing that it’s much more fluid than previously believed.More

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12:24
Love in 36 Questions
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Can you fall in love with anyone?  Maybe, if you ask the right questions.More

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5:42
earth from space
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We’re starting to see a new kind of fiction: climate fiction. Lidia Yuknavitch’s “The Book of Joan” is one of the most stunning examples. It’s the story of a near-future where Earth is decimated and the last few survivors are stranded in space.More

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Marina Lutz in "The Marina Experiment"
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Marina Lutz grew up with a father who was obsessed with watching her. She discovered the full extent of his obsession as an adult, and made an award-winning short documentary about it called “The Marina Experiment.”
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Ada and the Memory Engine.
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Lauren Gunderson is currently the most produced playwright in America. And she has written at least half a dozen plays about the forgotten women who changed science. She says we're living in a golden age for these remarkable stories.More

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11:06
The Foo Show set, in virtual reality.
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What's it like to host a talk show in virtual reality? We talk avatars with Will Smith, host of “The Foo Show.”More

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Death By Audio
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Matt Conboy, co-founder of one of NYC’s most famous indie music venues, tells us how “Death By Audio” died.More

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6:39
Jaquet Droz automatons
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Androids may seem like a modern idea, but there were life-size androids in the 18th century — beautiful robot women who could look around and even play the harpsichord. Historian Heidi Voskuhl tells this remarkable story.More

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8:42
Bob Hansmen
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One professor crosses St. Louis’ racial divide.More

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9:46
Sam Coster
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 How a brush with cancer inspired three brothers to build a bigger game.More

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9:51

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