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    CEOMGO
    Jun 6
    6

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Been a fan for years, but not so much anymore…

    I’ve loved the fact based analysis of many topics and provocative discussions. But that’s impartiallilty seems to be being - left leaning political views are shining through. Too bad because I’ve been a fan for years but not anymore.

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    Sdbruening
    Jun 2
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Expertly Produced and Educational

    I did not think this show would be my cup of tea, but I’m glad it was recommended to me because I thoroughly enjoy it. The production value is exceptional. No wasted time, great quality. Very interesting, educational, and usually has some humor to it. Who knew economics could cover so much ground? Sometimes the episode titles are a bit misleading and go in directions I wasn’t expecting.

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    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeve
    May 30
    4

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Men and college episode

    With such a clickbait title, am I going to be subjected to Jordan Peterson or some trash mens rights activist? 😒

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    jon 216
    May 29
    4

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Freaknomics

    So I really like this podcast it’s teaches about college which 1 I should go to i learn in college play sports to it teaches the audience to which world they want to go to university to congratulations to goof luck I could hear this podcast it gave me some point luck to this podcast gaves me some potential morality endurance to not bite me dogs or scratch me on my legs

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    KatWey4444
    May 28
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Fascinating

    I learn something (often many things) with every episode.

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    Kermination
    May 27
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Favorite podcast

    Freakonomics always succeeds and being illuminating and engaging particularly in these dark times where evidence and data and rationality are so often left by the wayside, Freakonomics is a beacon of light

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    appuser1730
    May 25
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Great weekly listen, should be near the top of your podcast list!

    Great weekly listen, should be near the top of your podcast list!

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    Budman 21
    May 23
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Best phrase

    I look forward to getting this every week. A positive outlook on almost everything they cover, which is literally everything. Or as positive as economic views can be and the best sign off I have ever heard.

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    aldal1129
    May 22
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Gone for a while but now back

    Love this pod

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    MR Manny 18
    May 22
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Is the dollar at risk in losing its status as the benchmark currency?

    That’s the title for a future episode of Freakonomics! A five star episode for a five star podcast

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    TannerMickelsen
    May 20
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Puts the “fun” in fun facts

    This podcast makes it fun to learn and open your mind. Learning to think about something in lots of different ways is an epic skill that this podcast definitely hones.

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    SBH the SW
    May 20
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Do yourself the favor of listening to well expressed stories about real issues

    Data done right. Unique perspectives, considered background information, and USUALLY hard-nosed questions. (The norm rather than the exception.)

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Surgical2by4
    May 20
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    My Favorite Podcast

    I like a variety of podcasts, but the one I come back to the most is Freakonomics. It’s always interesting, and often revelatory.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Sr. Atlanta
    May 19
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    My first podcast review & here’s why

    I’ve read the Freakonomics Books and love their outside the box factual conclusions. This podcast is the same. You will learn something new in every episode. If you listen to only one podcast make it this one.

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    Lorde de Code
    May 18
    8

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Loving the show

    Really informative and I’ve learned a lot on the show but it has a habit of being an echo chamber and not being challenging enough on tough issues. The recent school ones are shallow and reinforced by people already in the system. I was REALLY disappointed at these talks, especially being someone who was taken advantage from for profit schools (which I have many friends are too). It’s basically elite echo chamber. You didn’t even speak about issues with Sallie Mae and accreditation! Hope this isn’t the quality to come… it was a chance to shine a light on a generation to preyed on children, and it really came up short.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    The son (devilishly handsome)
    May 17
    4

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

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    Showthyme
    May 15
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Must have this one in you list

    This is the first podcast I listened to and it’s a can’t miss for me now. The range of topics they open up is broad, topical and historical; sometimes things that I would have never heard about, let alone understand. They make these topics understandable to economical and statistical dummies like me. Love it and People I Mostly Admire. Top of my list.

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    ljmbpod
    May 14
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Love this podcast!

    Great podcast—love the variety of topics, the presentation of different perspectives, and the depth of analysis! Please keep it up!

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    dpg6c
    May 12
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    One of the best

    This is one of the best podcasts out there, hands down!

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    Brad H@10
    May 12
    10

    reviewed: Freakonomics Radio

    Unique and informative

    Maybe my favorite podcast. They explore pressing/interesting but also at times unique topics. Dubner presses guests at times, but is also light-hearted and makes the show entertaining too. I’ve learned a ton from this show!

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200 Episodes 28.2k Ratings First Aired: Feb 6, 2010 🇺🇸

Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life of a C.E.O.” as well as a live game show, “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” 

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200 Episodes 28.2k Ratings First Aired: Feb 6, 2010 🇺🇸

Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life of a C.E.O.” as well as a live game show, “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” 

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