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NPR Topics: Pop Culture Podcast: Episodes

Stories: 1) The Business Of Hip-Hop; Luring Millennials To Life Insurance 2) An Admitted 'Ham' Shares Slices Of Show-Biz Life 3) For 'SNL' Cast Member, The Waiting Was The Hardest Part
Stories: 1) The Few, The Fervent: Fans Of 'Supernatural' Redefine TV Success 2) Is '16 And Pregnant' An Effective Form Of Birth Control? 3) Blogger Reveals Cracks In Codes Onscreen 4) Will Fans Return To A Nicer 'Idol'?
Stories: 1) 'Downton' Returns, And It's As Rich As Ever 2) On TV This Week: 'Babylon' Has Good Fun, 'Detective' Is The Real Deal 3) Revenge Of The 'Nerdist': Chris Hardwick Takes Over Your TV 4) The Cigarette's Powerful Cultural Allure
Stories: 1) Murderous Intent: Go Ahead, Kill That High-Profile TV Character 2) Broadway's 'Spider-Man' Musical Turns Off The Lights At Last 3) Hot On YouTube: Videos About Video Games, And Science, Too 4) Remote Control: It Was Hard To Turn Off The TV In 2013
Stories: 1) A YouTube Powerhouse Looks Beyond Its Gamer Base 2) It's Never Been So Easy, Or Complicated, To Stream Video To Your TV 3) How Blind Voice Over Artist 'Reads' 4) How Close Did 'Captain Philips' Get To The Real Life Piracy Tale?
Stories: 1) Watch This: Vince Gilligan's Favorite Dark Corners 2) Narcissistic Or Not, 'Selfie' Is Nunberg's Word Of The Year 3) Pat Neely Shares Holiday Comfort Food Ideas 4) 'Duck Dynasty' Patriarch Suspended Over Anti-Gay Comments
Stories: 1) What's For Dinner? Try Brazilian 2) Delightful 'Six By Sondheim' Leaves You Wanting Six More 3) Gillian Anderson On 'The Fall' And Getting Arrested In High School 4) Pantone's 'Orchid' Is A Purple Hue That Doesn't Seem The Same
Stories: 1) In The World Of Podcasts, Judge John Hodgman Rules 2) Bill Cosby, Still Himself After All These Years 3) 500,000 Lights: Family's Christmas Display Sets World Record 4) Fans Boo 'Family Guy' Dog Death, But Will It Bring Bryan Back?
Stories: 1) Actor Hill Harper On His Life-Changing 'Letters' From An Inmate 2) 'Totally Biased' TV Show Canceled, A Total Loss? 3) Monty Python To Reunite For Stage Show 4) Sarah Silverman, Serving Up Sinfully Divine Comedy
Stories: 1) Mallomars: The Cookie Everyone Likes To Hoard 2) Comcast Deal Puts New Minority-Run Channels In Play 3) Can Math Help Contestants Beat The Odds On 'The Price Is Right'? 4) Amazon Opens An Entertainment Door With 'Alpha House'
Stories: 1) Teaching Science Through Hip Hop 2) 'SNL' Responds To Cast Diversity Criticism...With Jokes 3) Shonda Rhimes Knows Where This 'Scandal' Will End 4) Blockbuster Fades Out, But Some Zombie Stores Will Live On
Stories: 1) Sean Combs' Revolt TV: Puff Daddy Magic? 2) When Celebrity Retirements Don't Quite Stick 3) Medicinal Laughs: Could 'Daily Show' Sour Millennials On ACA? 4) A Comedian's Voyage To 'The Membrane Between Life And Death'
Stories: 1) 'Blockbusters': Go Big Or Go Home, Says Harvard Professor 2) Divide By D'oh! The 'Mathematical Secrets' Of The Simpsons 3) Fusion Wants Young Latinos To Turn On Their TVs 4) Mother And Daughter Play A Remarkable Game Of Dress-Up
Stories: 1) A Peek Into The Private Lives Of 'Burton And Taylor' 2) 'Dancing On The Edge' Is Fun For Both The Eyes And The Ears 3) The New And The Next: Punk Rock Love, A Sensible Scary Movie 4) Comedian Faces His Addictions To Food And Alcohol
Stories: 1) George R.R. Martin, Author And ... Movie-Theater Guy? 2) Electric Football, Invented In 1948, Still Alive And Buzzing 3) The New And The Next: Six-Second Comedy And A Spin On News 4) (Cabbage) Heads Will Roll: How To Make A Food Network 'From Scratch'
Stories: 1) Isabella Rossellini, Getting Animal Again With 'Mammas' 2) 300 Sandwiches: The Secret To Boyfriend's Heart? 3) Reporting On The Shutdown, One Facebook Post At A Time 4) 'The Fade': Four Barbers, Three Continents, One Film
Stories: 1) The Man Who Gets The Science Right On 'The Big Bang Theory' 2) TV Trips Into Fall, But These Days Who Knows Where To Look? 3) 'Trophy Wife' Is More Than Just A Pretty Face On ABC 4) Lots Of New TV Shows Air This Fall But Not Many Are Original
Story: Too many new network sitcoms center on adult children and their crotchety old parents — and even more sitcoms revolve around families. Eric Deggans of the <em>Tampa Bay Times</em> talks to NPR's Steve Inskeep about new fall TV.
Stories: 1) What The $@** Is Up On Cable These Days? 2) Fake 'Twerk Fail' Video Tricks Gullible TV News Networks 3) Hannibal Buress And The Comedy Of The Unexpected 4) The Internet's 'Twerk' Effect Makes Dictionaries Less Complete
Stories: 1) MTV Video Awards Celebrate 30 Years 2) Was Miley Twerking Or Just Trying? 3) Seth Meyers' Prime-Time Political Parody 4) Welcome To 'Night Vale' — Watch Out For The Tarantulas
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