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Jan 22, 2023

Robin delves into deeper ironies about America's Indigenous peoples. Special Guest: Robin Wall Kimmerer, author, botanist, Potawatomi activist, on the emerging "language" spoken by the natural world.


Jan 15, 2023

Robin's post-holidays roundup, and 2023 predictions from 100 years ago. Plus, reconciling Einstein versus Einstein with mind-boggling new theories in physics.


Dec 18, 2022

Robin devotes the final episode of the year to poets, from the first known writer in history Enheduanna (Ancient Sumer) through Mary Coleridge, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Gwendolyn Brooks, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Muriel Rukeyser.


Dec 11, 2022

Robin ponders why the clitoris remains such a medical mystery, to the great detriment of women. Special Guest: Dr. Rachel S. Rubin, MD, urologist and sexual medicine expert, and an associate editor of Sexual Medicine Reviews.


Dec 4, 2022

Robin devotes the episode to the 50th anniversary of the feminist classic Our Bodies Ourselves—updated and digital! Guests: members of the Boston Women's Health Collective Amy Agigian, Diana Namumbejja Abwoye, Judy Norsigian, and Marta Pagán-Ortiz.