3 часа 3:54
Why America Reelects A Congress It Hates | Ron's Office Hours | NPR
Americans don't like Congress, so why do we keep reelecting the same people? Subscribe to NPR - bit.ly/NPRsubscribe People in Washington talk a lot about a president’s approval rating. 16 июля 2018, 20:41
13 дней 1:53
The Pledge of Allegiance Was Written to Sell Magazines | Let's Talk | NPR
A true American tale about how the need to sell more magazines Subscribe to NPR - bit.ly/NPRsubscribe EDITOR'S NOTE: Francis Bellamy’s first draft of the pledge did not include the word “to” before "the 3 июля 2018, 13:59
11 398
18 дней 2:52
How Superbugs Could Mean The End Of Antibiotics | Let's Talk | NPR
Easy global access to antibiotics is raising the risk of drug-resistant superbugs. 28 июня 2018, 16:59
10 150
24 дня 3:17
The Evolution Of Parenting | Goats & Soda | NPR
The real secret to humans' success? It might have a lot to do with how we raised our kids. 22 июня 2018, 15:40
24 866
31 день 5:54
In 1968, Poor Americans Came To D.C. To Protest, Some By Mule
Fifty years ago photographer and folklorist Roland Freeman hitched his hopes to a humble caravan of mule-driven wagons. 15 июня 2018, 9:00
5 939
45 дней 4:28
How To Find Morels | The Salt | NPR
Tips and tricks on how to find the elusive morel mushroom with expert forager and morel hunter, Nick Spero. 1 июня 2018, 13:21
17 260
46 дней 2:28
Baby Talk | Let's Talk | NPR
When babies babble they are in a heightened state of arousal and ready to learn. Subscribe to NPR! bit.ly/2o5dHjo Host of NPR’s Hidden Brain Shankar Vedantam breaks down the four types of baby babble. 31 мая 2018, 22:02
7 712
48 дней 2:54
What It Takes To Have A Constitutional Crisis | Ron's Office Hours | NPR
The constitution is something of an owners manual for taxpayers. But, like many an owners manual, it doesn't necessarily cover all the bases. 29 мая 2018, 10:30
13 254
53 дня 3:26
U.S. Immigration | Let's Talk | NPR
For over 200 years the U.S. Immigration policies have determined who the U.S. lets in, and who is shut out. NPR’s Tom Gjelten explains. • Read or listen to "What Does Chain Migration Mean? 24 мая 2018, 15:01
6 242
57 дней 2:03
Kapa Haka | NPR
“We perform haka as an expression of pride,” says Karl Johnstone. 20 мая 2018, 13:38
8 116
67 дней 5:31
‘Near Miss’ Mothers: The Risk of Childbirth in America | NPR
Over the past year, NPR and ProPublica have been investigating why American mothers die in childbirth at a far higher rate than in any other developed country. 10 мая 2018, 11:10
11 375
69 дней 4:05
Unwritten Rules of Congress | Ron's Office Hours | NPR
Congress has many rules and precedents that are documented on paper. But what about those traditions and folkways that persist unwritten? 8 мая 2018, 13:18
4 855
73 дня 4:05
Unwritten Rules of Congress | Ron's Office Hours | NPR
Congress has many rules and precedents that are documented on paper. But what about those traditions and folkways that persist unwritten? 4 мая 2018, 19:26
8 656
74 дня 4:55
The Last 2% Of Puerto Ricans Are Still Waiting For Power (360°) | NPR
In the mountainous regions of Puerto Rico, thousands are still waiting for the lights to come back on. Why is power restoration for the last two percent of Puerto Ricans so difficult? 3 мая 2018, 16:36
18 890
74 дня 5:57
The Apple That Changed The World | Planet Money | NPR
The mid-20th century was a bad time to be an apple lover. The produce section of supermarkets only had a few apples, and one stood tall above the rest: Mealy, and tough-skinned, it was the Red Delicious. 3 мая 2018, 1:03
34 803
89 дней 2:52
Can Your Cemetery Really Bury You Forever? | Planet Money | NPR
If you die in America, chances are the cemetery is going to promise to maintain your grave forever. Americans take this for granted, but it is a whacky, wild promise that we maybe should not be making. 18 апреля 2018, 12:19
19 534
96 дней 6:37
Why Are Cities Still So Segregated? | Let's Talk | NPR
In 1968, Congress passed the Fair Housing Act that made it illegal to discriminate in housing. Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch explains why neighborhoods are still so segregated today. 11 апреля 2018, 11:29
44 802
05.04.18 2:41
When Daydreaming Gets In The Way Of Real Life | Invisibilia | NPR
As a child, M spent hours daydreaming, crafting storylines based off her favorite cartoons and sci-fi books. This fantasy world was more exciting, more vivid than the real world. 5 апреля 2018, 8:00
16 048
28.03.18 3:46
Why The Price Of Coke Didn't Change For 70 Years | Planet Money | NPR
The thing about prices is they tend to change. But for 70 years, between 1886 and the late 1950s, the price of a Coca-Cola was a shiny nickel. 28 марта 2018, 16:49
31 735
22.03.18 2:14
For Kids, How Much Screen Time is Too Much? | Let's Talk | NPR
There's so much information -- and anxiety -- out there about how much time your kids should spend using devices. Here's our video guide to balancing the need for limits with the potential benefits. 22 марта 2018, 13:12
33 825
15.03.18 4:03
Winter Foraging | The Salt | NPR
People might not think of winter as a fruitful season for foraging wild edibles, but nutritionist and expert forager Debbie Naha says there’s actually a lot out there that you can find year round. 15 марта 2018, 13:05
14 032
14.03.18 4:00
Why Credit Cards Have That Annoying Chip | Planet Money | NPR
Ever wondered why the chip on your credit card made it slower — or where the chip and stripe on your credit card even came from? Here's the story. In the mid-'60s, the airline industry had a problem. 14 марта 2018, 22:32
27 984
14.03.18 2:25
So, You Want To Repeal The 2nd Amendment | Ron’s Office Hours | NPR
The Second Amendment casts a long shadow across gun discussions in the U.S. Gun rights advocates warn that those in favor of gun control want to take away the rights written into the Constitution. 14 марта 2018, 13:11
108 237
09.03.18 4:38
1968: A Pivotal Year | Ron's Office Hours | NPR
It's been 50 years since 1968, one of the most momentous years in modern U.S. history. NPR’s senior political editor and correspondent Ron Elving explains some of the key moments from that consequential time. 9 марта 2018, 19:15
8 260
08.03.18 4:56
Talking Periods in Public | NPR
“There are something like 5,000 euphemisms for periods,” says Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, author of Periods in Public – and there are infinitely more experiences. These five people tackle the period taboo head on. 8 марта 2018, 14:44
12 583
07.03.18 4:34
Refugee Mother: Stuck on Europe's Doorstep | NPR
Rasha al-Ahmed fled nearly 1000 miles only to find that there was no more room at the refugee camp. Her family lives with others just outside Moria Camp in Greece, and she doesn't know how long they'll be stuck there. 7 марта 2018, 22:14
10 528
28.02.18 3:14
The Price Tag Hasn't Always Existed, It Had To Be Invented | Planet Money | NPR
Most of us are used to prices that don’t change. You go into a store to buy some Quaker Oats, and they're going to cost the same for you as they will for whoever tries to buy them next. 28 февраля 2018, 13:53
24 798
14.02.18 2:49
The Chicken Tax | Planet Money | NPR
How Frozen American Chicken Helped Shape The Market For American Trucks German families in the 1960s loved tasty, cheap frozen American-raised chicken. At the same time, Americans loved fun, cheap Volkswagen Beetles. 14 февраля 2018, 12:00
29 379
12.02.18 3:31
No Easy Access: Food Deserts in D.C. | Let's Talk | NPR
Fast food joints and convenience stores are often the only options for those who live in food deserts, even in Washington, D.C. WAMU highlights one resident’s journey to buy fresh, healthy food. 12 февраля 2018, 10:00
6 807
08.02.18 2:46
Alien Hand Syndrome | Invisibilia | NPR
When she woke up from surgery, Karen thought she was doing great. But then something very alarming started to happen and her doctors had a new diagnosis: Alien Hand Syndrome. 8 февраля 2018, 17:40
17 254
486 видео 1 2 3 4 5 далее
новости жизнь игры фильмы веселье авто техно музыка спорт еда стройка обучение креатив детское