If you enjoy TED talks, you’ll find the TED Radio Hour most compelling. Each show is dedicated to a different theme, such as the source of happiness, crowd-sourcing innovation, power shifts, or inexplicable connections. The episodes are co-produced by NPRand TED and visitors to the site can make their way through over a dozen programs. Some of the offerings here include “Africa: The Next Chapter,” “The Future of Cities,” and “Where Ideas Come From.” The programs feature guest speakers and commentators from around the world, and could easily be used in any number of settings, including book groups, classrooms, and so on.
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- NPR’s “TED Radio Hour” To Go Weekly With Guy Raz As Host (allaccess.com)
- TED Radio Hour brings great ideas to NPR stations. Premiere: April 27(ted.com)
- Listen now! TED Radio Hour’s first episode: “Our Buggy Brain” (ted.com)
- “The Pursuit of Happiness” – listen now to TED Radio Hour Episode 2(ted.com)