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Playlist: Stories That Are Pure Joy

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Playlist: Stories That Are Pure Joy

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Time for some radio fun.

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We made playlists of TED Radio Hour stories that will keep you curious about big ideas throughout the summer.

Get ready for some seriously fun radio. This playlist includes stories about devoting an entire film to product placement, hacking online dating, and celebrating sampling in pop music.

Morgan Spurlock: A Movie About Product Placement — Paid For By Product Placement?

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Amy Webb: Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?

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Mark Ronson: Why Would More Than 500 Artists Sample The Same Song?

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