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WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. WIRED Radio is a home for a collection of shows about everything in the WIRED universe.

WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. WIRED Radio is a home for a collection of shows about everything in the WIRED universe.
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WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. WIRED Radio is a home for a collection of shows about everything in the WIRED universe.

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English


Episodes

The Satanic Temple Is No Laughing Matter

5/18/2019
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It's often presented as a joke religion, but that's a misconception.

Duration:00:58:13

Prospect Is a Master Class in Low-Budget Space Opera

5/11/2019
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The film uses a lot of smart tricks to look like a big-budget film even though it wasn't one.

Duration:01:21:58

Ian McEwan Doesn’t Hate Science Fiction

5/4/2019
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Recent comments from the author caused some sci-fi fans to bristle. He says he was misunderstood.

Duration:00:39:31

Telling Palmer Luckey’s Story Is Really Complicated

4/27/2019
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Blake J. Harris thought his book about Oculus would be straightforward—then things took a turn.

Duration:01:57:15

The Wilsons From Us Are Our New Favorite Horror Family

4/20/2019
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More horror films should have families like theirs in the future.

Duration:01:29:46

Love, Death & Robots Could Have Been So Much Better

4/13/2019
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Netflix's series of sci-fi shorts is good, but failed to reach its full potential.

Duration:01:36:10

What If Humans Hibernated Through the Winter?

4/6/2019
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It doesn't sound like the worst idea...

Duration:01:03:51

Sci-Fi Writers Are Imagining a Path Back to Normality

3/30/2019
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The science fiction world has gotten more political recently, shouting back at the Trump administration's policies.

Duration:01:31:19

We Need More Videogame Folklorists

3/23/2019
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Author Wes Locher believes chronicling the offline lives of players is important. He's right.

Duration:01:04:14

Here’s An Idea: Replace Trials with Virtual Reality Duels

3/16/2019
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Sci-fi author Ben Bova thinks it's a viable alternative to prolonged, expensive lawsuits.

Duration:00:41:14

A Fantasy Novel About Building a Big, Dumb Wall

3/9/2019
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Bestselling author David Baldacci's latest is about a town that builds a barrier to exclude "Outliers."

Duration:01:03:50

How to Quit Your Tech Job

3/8/2019
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Former Google communications exec Jessica Powell joins this week's Gadget Lab podcast to talk about Facebook's manifestos, quitting Google, and why she absolutely refuses to get a brand-new phone.

Duration:00:57:53

Future Man Is Shockingly Gross and It’s Amazing

3/2/2019
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The Hulu series about an underachieving gamer combines Back to the Future with There's Something About Mary.

Duration:01:39:59

Alex Kipman’s Holographic Tendencies

3/1/2019
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Microsoft's second-generation mixed reality headset has made a significant leap. But you're probably not going to buy one.

Duration:00:55:42

Game Design Is Not for the Faint of Heart

2/23/2019
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Videogame creator Lori Ann Cole says stress was an everyday occurrence when she was working on Hero U.

Duration:01:04:44

You’ve Got to Know When to Fold ‘Em

2/22/2019
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Samsung revealed not one, not two, but five new smartphones this week - including a folding phone. Axios's Ina Fried joins on this week's Gadget Lab podcast.

Duration:00:42:37

Sci-Fi Author Robert Heinlein Was Basically MacGyver

2/16/2019
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Gregory Benford's new book portrays the writer as a man of action and improvised traps.

Duration:01:07:04

The Treacherous Allure of OG Usernames

2/15/2019
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Product designer Chris Messina snagged @chris as his Instagram name. It's been awesome -- and terrible. Plus: Amazon splits with NYC, on the Gadget Lab podcast.

Duration:00:59:52

Will We Ever Get Another Season of ‘Dimension 404’?

2/9/2019
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The sci-fi anthology show deserves a second run. Come on, Hulu.

Duration:01:41:04

The History of Women in Sci-Fi Isn’t What You Think

2/2/2019
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Conventional wisdom holds that science fiction was written mostly by men until the 1960s and '70s. Not true.

Duration:01:05:38