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    sputin13452
    Apr 15
    2

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Gone woke/ ignores scientific facts

    Gone woke and some how included the narrative in most new stories. What happened to facts snd the science?

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    M Liu-S
    Apr 14
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Equally wonderful being interviewed

    Greatly enjoyed the interview about the new book!

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    Jess3478
    Apr 13
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Fascinating

    Our brains are the most fascinating muscles in our bodies and Shankar is able to convey this with exciting episodes every week!

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    dillo89
    Apr 9
    2

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Was good once

    I always saved this podcast so I could listen through it all and give it the thoughtful contemplation it deserves. Shankar helps us understand being human like no other. Unfortunately he has become so commercial that every thought is interrupted and our attention to substance is drained away so often that there is really no substance anymore. Too bad. Hope you make money. So long.

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    ShekyKey
    Apr 9
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Wonderful podcast

    Thank you for consistently producing good and worthy shows. I’m always waiting for Mondays for another great podcast!! Also, I absolutely enjoy Shankar’s talent of speaking and conveying complexities into easy to understand episodes for the enjoyment of all. Thank you 🙏🏻

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    Ina2986
    Apr 8
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Love it!

    My favorit podcast! Can only recommend.

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    UteSim
    Apr 8
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Avid Listener

    Hidden Brain a Wonderful podcast. Entertaining, informative and intelligent. Shankar is an amazing host. One of my favorite Podcast.

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    Roroqu
    Apr 7
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    A wonderful gem of a podcast

    This podcast is so soothing yet informative and really makes you think differently about a wide range of topics. Shankar is such a lovely and compassionate host, and the shorter episodes are great to relax to before bed, while giving you something to think about as you enjoy Shankar’s dulcet tones. It’s like informative comfort food for the brain 🧠

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    Borough baby
    Apr 7
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Thought provoking with balanced host

    Every episode gives me pause and challenges my thinking. Excellent writing! The host is a master of pause and intonation. A true pleasure!

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    Jen Gann
    Apr 6
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Useful Delusions

    Loved this weeks Hidden Brain. Any chance that Useful Delusions come out in Audiobooks with you reading your book? Thanks!

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    tcinatl
    Apr 5
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Love this Podcast

    I love Shankar’s hosting style, and I always find the guests to be extremely informative. The episodes cover a wide range of topics, but each one is relatable.

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    Listening Painter
    Apr 4
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Fabulous

    Love Hidden Brain. As I paint my pictures, I spend many hours listening and thinking about the ideas talked about on the show. They always leave me contemplative and more thoughtful towards the people in my life. Thank you for your important work. Julie

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    Hardy Haha
    Apr 4
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Excellent

    Hidden Brain is an intelligent, balanced and informative podcast. Shankar Is an excellent host. What a pleasure; highly recommended.

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    just.a.review.4.u
    Mar 31
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Interesting and timely

    A favourite podcast! Learn so much and often topics are quite relevant to what’s happening now.

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    Gmatt8609876
    Mar 30
    2

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Gone off the rails...

    This used to be a fairly decent show that explored interesting topics, but it would appear to have been hollowed out by parasitic ideology. Just another media production brought to you by pharmaceuticals and exxon, cramming far leftist propaganda into every nook and cranny they can find. If you’re in to that sort of thing, you are sure to love it! I prefer a less slanted exploration of interesting topics...

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    glimadoll
    Mar 29
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Very well produced and a informative

    This podcast is in my top 5. Covers an amazing array of topics very well. Fascinating!

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    Mad1998
    Mar 27
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Love

    This podcast always grounds me. I love listening and I love the way the podcast is presented

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    Blindbeth67
    Mar 26
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Reliably good

    I’ve been a fan for several years and these episodes never disappoint.

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    BD Pups
    Mar 24
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Intelligent and brilliant

    I’ve been listening for years.

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    Mweird
    Mar 23
    10

    reviewed: Hidden Brain

    Best Podcast!

    Thank you for your beautiful work. Excellent.

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318 Episodes 31.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 9, 2015 🇺🇸

Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.

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318 Episodes 31.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 9, 2015 🇺🇸

Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.

Published by

People

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