Stephen Dubner (co-author of the Freakonomics book series) and research psychologist Angela Duckworth (author of Grit) really like to ask people questions, and came to believe there’s no such thing as a stupid one. So they made 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.
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I really wanted to love the new format but something is just off. I haven’t finished an episode since the new format aired. I don’t love how the viewer comments cut in the middle - it breaks the flow. more
Very informative in an informal way. I always get some gems from each episode.
This used to be better but it’s super boring now. Maybe it’s just me but I’m over it.
The off-the-cuff conversational approach is a nice counterpoint to the carefully produced Freakonomics Radio. Many conversation based podcasts are little more than opinionated blowhards yammering away, but these are charming exchanges between two highly knowledgeable people sharing genuinely worthwhile thoughts. more
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No Stupid Questions launched 2 years ago and published 114 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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