Andrea Brody

Senior Producer, KCRW's Life Examined and To the Point podcast

Senior Producer, KCRW's Life Examined and To the Point podcast

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Michael Pollan, investigative journalist, writer, and author of numerous books including “This is Your Mind on Plants” talks about his trip into the world of food and the new science…

Michael Pollan’s long and strange trip: shifting perspectives on food and psychedelics

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This week, psychology and education professor at Columbia University, Peter Coleman explains why in turbulent times at home and across the globe, Costa Rica remains peaceful and…

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Neil Mullarkey is a comedian, actor, and author of In the Moment: Build your confidence, creativity, and communication at work.

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