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To The Best Of Our Knowledge

Wisconsin Public Radio
Society & CulturePhilosophy

”To the Best of Our Knowledge” is a Peabody award-winning national public radio show that explores big ideas and beautiful questions. Deep interviews with philosophers, writers, artists, scientists, historians, and others help listeners find new sources of meaning, purpose, and wonder in daily life. Whether it’s about bees, poetry, skin, or psychedelics, every episode is an intimate, sound-rich journey into open-minded, open-hearted conversations. Warm and engaging, TTBOOK helps listeners feel less alone and more connected – to our common humanity and to the world we share. more


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 917 ratings
  • Lacking the knowledge of non-eurodecendants

    Every episode I see makes me so excited to listen to, but invariably I finish the episode extremely disturbed and upset by the predominantly white colonial view. Every episode speaks about Indigenous people, but often in the past tense and/or with distorted explanations and views that reduce Indigenous perspectives through the lens of settlers. The podcasts are so lacking the voices of expertise and lived experience of Indigenous Peoples to the point that they replicate settler colonial America... more

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    Canadaa month ago
  • Beauty in Words

    This podcast doesn’t overlook the small, incredibly important stories that we might have otherwise missed. more

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    United Statesa month ago
  • Truly one of the best

    For years, TTBOOK has been one of the most insightful, forward thinking, inspiring podcasts that exists. It’s a high level, deep dive course about a fascinating idea told from the voices not typically found in the mainstream. It amplifies marginalized voices that expand thinking and vision for a changing world. Extraordinarily well researched and produced.

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    United States4 months ago
  • Amazing

    Amazing topics viewed from unusual angles. more

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    United States4 months ago
  • Avoid it like the plague

    I tried to like this podcast. I really did. However, the first story right out of the gate was about race and how bad society is. I’m getting tired of this Woke stuff. NPR has infected everything.

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    United States7 months ago

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