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Research psychologist Angela Duckworth (author of "Grit") and tech and sports executive Mike Maughan really like to ask people questions, and they believe there’s no such thing as a stupid one. So they have a podcast where they can ask each other as many “stupid questions” as they want. New episodes each week. "No Stupid Questions" is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network. Join the Freako... more

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Latest Episodes

Is it dangerous to live in the past? Why is Disney remaking all of its classic movies? And why does Angela get sentimental over a cup of soup and a free roll? more

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Does instinct trump expertise? Can playing poker improve your intuition? And why did Angela jump off of a moving trolley car? more

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Is grade inflation on the rise? How much does your G.P.A. matter in the long run? And when did M.I.T., of all places, become “the cool university”? more

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How can you summon courage when you’re terrified? Is hiking more dangerous than skiing? And what is the stupidest thing that Mike has ever done? more

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 8.2k ratings
  • Love Mike and Angela!

    Mike was such a great replacement for Steven, just something about him I like much better!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    NatalieGLo
    Canada13 days ago
  • Mike is absolutely amazing!

    Mike Maughan wad the perfect addition, his comments are insightful and entertaining and the back and forth with him and Angela is gold!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Mandycroft
    United States22 days ago
  • Good questions but could go deeper

    I often hear the initial question and think of all the interesting places the hosts could go… but then they go on tangents and only superficially get to the deeper sub-questions. The banter sometimes feels loud and overstimulating- I need to shut off the podcast for a while to take a break. Still, I enjoy the topics and appreciate their insights.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Phoenixgrl
    United States23 days ago
  • The best!

    This podcast is the best! I just discovered it and can’t wait for the next episode. It is informative with a ton of fun thrown in. I feel like I’m overhearing an informal conversation between good friends who are both smart and humble. They aren’t afraid to reveal their vulnerabilities which makes them very relatable. I like how everything is fact checked at the end and the list of sources and resources is helpful. A great podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Sue 828
    United Statesa month ago
  • Always entertaining and thought provoking.

    Podcast Addict
    5
    XYZ
    a month ago

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