TED Radio Hour Turns One!

TRH One Year
Joanna Pawlowska

With a full year of radio life under its belt, we wanted to give a special shout out to TED Radio Hour for an amazing 365 days (and the other notable numbers above!).

In case you're not already familiar, the TED Radio Hour, hosted by Guy Raz, is a collaboration between NPR and TED, weaving together notable TED Talks around particular themes, like happiness or identity. The show then invites speakers from the talks to come on the air and share the story behind the story. We know we may be a little biased – but it's wonderful.

To commemorate the show's birthday, we asked the team behind the Ted Radio Hourto create an anniversary playlist of Producers' Picks. Enjoy!

Keep up with the TED Radio Hour by following @TEDRadioHour on twitter and by downloading the podcast to listen from wherever you are.

The First Year: Producers' Picks Playlist

Dan Pallotta: Do We Have The Wrong Idea About Charity?

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Jim Fallon: What Does The Mind Of A Killer Look Like?

Tony Robbins: How Can Drive Make You A Success?

Daniel Kahneman: How Do Experiences Become Memories?

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Amanda Palmer: How Do You Get People To Pay For Music?

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Kakenya Ntaiya: Can One Girl Challenge The Traditions Of Her Village?

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Happy Birthday, Ted Radio Hour!



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