TED Radio Hour Exploring the biggest questions of our time with the help of the world's greatest thinkers. Host Manoush Zomorodi inspires us to learn more about the world, our communities, and most importantly, ourselves.
For centuries, humans have relied on the oceans for resources and food... but even the deepest sea has its limits. This hour, TED speakers discuss how we can save our seas to save our planet. December 2, 2022
Why whales are essential to the health of our oceans
What should you look for when shopping for seafood?
How coastal conservation can save marine life and fishing practices
Sylvia Earle: My Wish? To Protect Our Oceans
Oceans cover nearly 75% of the Earth. While they seem vast and frightening, they're also enchanting and whimsical. This hour, TED speakers dive into stories of connection — and even love — in the sea. November 18, 2022
A love story... that begins with a sea urchin
What can we learn from the sex lives of fish?
Why the strange and wonderful parrot fish is in trouble
Could snail venom someday save your life?
Many of us feel pressure to hit big life milestones on a timeline. But what if age is an asset, not a liability? This hour, TED speakers examine the benefits and drawbacks of being a late bloomer. November 11, 2022
Embracing life as a late bloomer
What your age really says about your chance of success at work
How to overcome the post-retirement blues
Our Late Bloomer Stories: Listener Voice Memos
In each stage of life, our brains morph and change. This hour, TED speakers explore pivotal chapters where the brain can either flourish or decline — and what control we might have over brain health. November 4, 2022
By age five, children's brains can look very different—and family income is a factor
Why teenagers make risky decisions
How you can grow new brain cells
"Menopause brain" is a real thing. Here's what to do about it.
For millennia, humans have created artifacts of their lives — from art, to books, to music. This hour, we explore ideas about capturing the ephemeral human experience for future generations to find. October 28, 2022
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Why did ancient humans paint the same 32 symbols in caves all over Europe?
How can museums honor both the extraordinary and the everyday?
The art of record digging: Rediscovering lost music and giving it a second life
Building a library of unread manuscripts, locked away until 2114
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