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Mindful : August 2017
PODCASTS LOVE AND RADIO Episode: “The Silver Dollar” Daryl Davis is a musician with a deep interest in racism. In this episode, he talks about interviewing and befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan—including one who would become the organization’s Imperial Wizard—and the remarkable transformation that their contact brought about. LONGFORM Episode: “#215: Krista Tippett” Tippett, host of radio show and podcast On Being and author of Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living, talks about her journalistic life, the art of the interview and listening, and the state of spiritual coverage. “Good journalists in newsrooms hold themselves to primitive standards when they’re covering religious ideas and people,” she says. “They’re sloppy and simplistic in a way that they would never be with a political or economic person or idea. I mean they get facts wrong. They generalize. Because they don’t take it seriously, and they don’t know how to take it seriously.” WRITERS & COMPANY Episode: “Nobel laureate Derek Walcott on voice, place, and finding home” Eleanor Wachtel’s 2006 conversation with the Nobel Prize-winning poet Derek Walcott, who died in March at the age of 87. Walcott was known for poetry that bridged cultures and traditions, making links between his Caribbean and European heritage. THE MINIMALISTS Episode: “Mental Clutter” In episode 19, Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus talk about the connection between physical clutter and mental clutter. “What is the best way to declutter your mind?” they ask. “Are there meditation practices to focus and clear your mind?” ● August 2017 mindful 81