Podcasts

Please search iTunes for “Jonathan Haidt” to find the latest podcasts.

All Podcasts

Good Life Project, 10/8/19, https://www.goodlifeproject.com/podcast/jonathan-haidt/
Shane Parris Farnam Street,  7/2/19, https://fs.blog/jonathan-haidt/
Ezra Klein Show, 11/26/18, https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/vox/the-ezra-klein-show/e/57404323
On Being, with Krista Tippett (6/12/14)
Econtalk, with Russ Roberts (1/20/14)
The Science of Morality, (CBC- Canada) (10/3/12)
Social Science Bites, interview with Nigel Warburton (10/1/12)
Analysis (UK, BBC Radio 4), on Political Prejudice (9/17/12)
Tapestry, with Mary Hines (CBC-Canada) (6/3/12)
BBC Radio 3 (UK), Nightwaves, with Matthew Sweet [interview runs from minutes 1-13]

 

Additional Radio Interviews:

— Mother Jones, interview with Chris Mooney: The Science of Tea Party Wrath (10/25/13)
— Inspiring Naturalism (Michael Dowd and Connie Barlow), a discussion that focuses especially on religion. Dowd is the author of “Thank God for Evolution”.
— Tapestry (Canadian Broadcasting Company), “I’m right, you’re wrong.” A 30 minute radio interview with Mary Hynes about the book, with extra emphasis on religion. (3/22/13)
— To The Best of Our Knowledge (NPR), 13 minute discussion of wonder. Here’s a link to the whole 53 minute show, which also includes Neil de Grasse Tyson and others.
— RadioWest-KUER (NPR). One-hour conversation about the book, with Doug Fabrizio.
— Q, with Jian Ghomeshi (CBC-Canada, 4/17/12)
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC (4/17/12)
Here and Now (NPR) with Robin Young: Are you Right or Self-Righteous? (3/29/12)
Alan Colmes (Fox News), The Psychology of Political Views (3/8/12)
— AmericasDemocrats.org (7/29/12), discussion of politics, and advice for Democrats
— BBC Radio 4 (UK), The Today Programme, “Why does politics divide people?” My best line: “You need your opponents to improve your own thinking.”
— MentorCoach, with Ben Dean (a talk geared to therapists and life coaches, with some positive psych content).
— Forum, with Michael Krasny, KQED (San Francisco) (5/24/12)
— This is Interesting, on KCRW with Matt Miller from the Washington Post (12/4/13), a discussion of the controversy over Obamacare, and of our current political paralysis.
Chris Mooney interview, at PointOfInquiry.org, focusing on who denies science, and why.
— To The Best of Our Knowledge (Wisconsin NPR) conversation with Steve Paulson (8/24/12) Transcript is here.