On today’s podcast, an ocean creature has offspring without a mate; tech company OpenAI introduces a tool that creates video; a program teaches prisoners cooking skills so they can get a job followed by a discussion of ‘soft skills’ and ‘hard skills’; then, what is “migration” on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, a study says polar bears are not gaining weight because of warm weather; some patients and doctors aim for the ‘lowest effective dose’ for cancer drugs followed by a discussion about the meaning of ‘bang for your buck’; then ‘would rather’, ‘had better’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, all about Presidents’ Day in the U.S.; a study says a collapse of a big ocean current could cause problems in the future followed by a discussion about the report; then seven new expressions on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, Alaskapox, a rare disease, gets more attention; environmentalists successfully move black rhinos to a new home; what should international students know about the SAT/ACT standardized tests? The, words made up by presidents followed by a discussion about ‘the bully pulpit.’
On today’s podcast, the U.N. reports that 20 percent of migrating animals are at risk of disappearing; South Korean grandmas gain fame rapping about farm life; a listener question about the meaning of ‘sure as heck’; then, ‘The Lady in Black’ by Eleanor H. Porter on American Stories.