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The Soho Forum Debates

The Soho Forum Debates

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Reason presents a libertarian-themed debate series recorded monthly before a live audience in New York City. Moderated by former Barron’s Economics Editor Gene Epstein, the Soho Forum features Nobel prize winners, radical thinkers, and other public intellectuals facing off over the future of abortion, bitcoin, electric vehicles, government debt, illegal drugs, robotics, sex work, and other controversial topics.
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THE SOHO CINEMA CLUB

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A fun and intelligent look at classic SUPER 8mm film releases (yes, that’s a real thing) and horror and fantasy double bills from the 1960s, 70s and 80s - and everything in-between. You get the idea.
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Soho Then

The Photographers' Gallery

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Soho Then is a series of photo-centric podcasts based on oral history interviews with over 20, long-term residents and workers of Soho. Commissioned by The Photographers’ Gallery, produced by Clare Lynch, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Soho Bites Podcast

Dominic Delargy

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A surpisingly large number of films have been set in Soho - that one square mile which has, for decades, been the beating heart of bohemian, cosmopolitan London. In each episode of Soho Bites, we talk to a special guest about a different Soho film and accompany it with a shorter, thematically linked item which may or may not be film related. Written, produced & presented by Dominic Delargy Based on an original idea by Dr Jingan Young https://twitter.com/BitesSoho https://sohobitespodcast.com ...
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So...How Was Your Day?

So How Was Your Day

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Are you tired of all the arguing? Completely over nasty generational clashes? Ready for rational conversation, warm jokes, and laughter? So are we. Follow along with mother/son duo Tana (Gen X) and Malcolm (Gen Z) as we discuss everything from awful customer stories to what's next in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - and do it with a smile. (I mean, you won't be able to see us, because this is just an audio podcast, but...trust us. We're smiling. Mostly.)
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Soho Radio

Soho Radio

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This is the Soho Radio podcast, showcasing some of the best broadcasts from our online radio station live from London and New York to the world. We have a wide range of shows covering every genre, along with chat shows, discussions and special broadcasts. To catch up on all Soho Radio shows head on over to mixcloud.com/sohoradio or tune in live anytime at sohoradiolondon.com. This is a Soho Radio Productions Podcast. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/soho-radio. Hosted on Acast. S ...
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Soho House Stories presents Eat, Drink, Chat, a six-part series taking you to a new Soho House each episode where our hosts share a meal or relax over drinks with a talented guest, from artists to activists, musicians to entrepreneurs. Starting with breakfast, before moving onto coffee, lunch and cocktails, dinner and finally room service, each podcast brings something new to the table.Soho House is a community of creative thinkers. To find out more visit http://sohohouse.com
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Ambit x Soho Radio

Ambit Magazine

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Ambit was established in 1959 by Dr Martin Bax in London. Editors have included JG Ballard and Eduardo Paolozzi. Made infamous in 1968 for the competition for work written on drugs. Endless talent is published from William S. Burroughs to Ralph Steadman and Jenni Fagan. The show is presented by editor, author, performer, Kirsty Allison.
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House Beautiful, Town&Country and Veranda magazines partnered with three distinguished interior designers—Thom Filicia, Richard Mishaan and John Saladino—to furnish and decorate three luxury townhouses, themed to their favorite films, at Soho Mews, a new residential development of 68 dwellings designed by noted architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, and landscape architect Peter Walker, at 311 West Broadway in Manhattan's trendy Soho neighborhood.
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Soho House is a group of private members’ clubs for people in the creative, arts and media industries. Good Is The New Cool is a movement for leaders in business and culture who want to use their forces for good. Together, they have collaborated on creating a series of podcasts that live at the intersection of cultural and social innovation.Hosted by Soho House members Afdhel Aziz and Bobby Jones, the Good Is The New Cool podcast series brings us an extraordinary lineup of luminaries from th ...
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Best-selling science and technology author Matt Ridley and University of Utah virologist Stephen Goldstein debate the resolution: "It is likely that the SARS-CoV-2 virus originated in the Wuhan laboratory in China." Defending the resolution is Ridley, the author of 10 books, including Viral: The Search for the Origin of COVID-19. He sat in the U.K.…
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The Super 8 Cine Society discuss the Super 8 abridged version of the cult classic THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN (1977), and explain the unusual & unique history of abridged and full length Super 8 feature films during the 1960s, 70s and 80s for mass consumption. Oh how exciting! I hear you cry. Well, be prepared to be amazed! Join Miles Flanagan (foun…
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Free State Project activist Dennis Pratt and Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein debate the resolution, "A better way to persuade more people of libertarianism is to convince them of the ethics stemming from self-ownership and the non-aggression principle, without relying primarily on consequentialist/utilitarian arguments." Dennis Pratt, a libertaria…
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Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein and Chicago school economist David Friedman debate the resolution, "The Austrian economics of Mises and Rothbard contains economic intuitions that are important, correct, and missing from Chicago School economics." Taking the affirmative was Gene Epstein, the director of the Soho Forum and former economics and books…
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Professor and legal scholar Alan Dershowitz and Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Glenn Greenwald debate the resolution, "The U.S. should strike Iran's nuclear facilities." Taking the affirmative is Dershowitz, an American lawyer and law professor known for his work in U.S. constitutional law and American criminal law. From 1964 to 2013, he taught …
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Important Update from The Soho Forum: "[We regret] to inform you of a significant change to tonight's debate between Brent Orrell and Tom Woods. Unfortunately, Brent Orrell will not be able to participate as his granddaughter tragically passed away over the weekend. Our hearts go out to Brent and his family during this difficult time. In light of t…
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In this episode, Malcolm and Tana meander a bit (per usual) before finally landing on the topic of Dungeons & Dragons. We talk about what it's like to get used to playing: the challenges of staying in character, learning the game, managing information, and more. Don't worry though - we pepper our convo with plenty of rabbit trails and pop culture r…
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Joe Nocera of The Free Press and Gene Epstein of The Soho Forum debate the resolution, "Capitalism has been a key factor in leaving the United States unprepared to address the COVID-19 pandemic." Taking the affirmative is Nocera, a columnist for The Free Press and co-author (with Bethany McLean) of The Big Fail: What the Pandemic Revealed About Who…
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There's a little bit of everything in this episode! From talk about the total solar eclipse to a failed Facebook ad experiment to the lack of good discussions online to life as a content creator to the winding road that took Republicans from claiming to be "defenders" of truth to utterly destroying it... *Phew* Join us on social! Facebook Instagram…
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A good question has the power to illuminate. It can make you rethink your beliefs, explore new ideas, and uncover agendas. Learning to ask good questions can open so many doors. Explore with Tana, Malcolm, and our guest Don Schiewer as we talk about the art of asking a good question - and the experience of teaching Malcolm to question everything. J…
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Do you ever feel lost at work or school, like you're missing something? Have you ever accidentally broken a "family rule" you were unaware of? Malcolm and Tana talk about the hidden rules at school, work, and with families and how to combat them. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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Do you love to start your day with music? Do you listen to music while you work (or do homework)? What music reminds you most of your childhood? Tana and Malcolm explore their favorite music, the emotions that come from listening to music, and pop culture music moments. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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Reporter and podcaster Eli Lake and author Jeremy Hammond debated the resolution, "The root cause of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the Palestinians' rejection of Israel's right to exist." Taking the affirmative is Lake, the former senior national security correspondent for The Daily Beast and Newsweek. He is currently a reporter at The Free P…
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In this episode, Tana and Malcolm talk about the complicated relationship between critics and superhero movies, the new Madame Web movie, and how hidden bias can change your perception of media. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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It feels like these days, it's not enough to be who you are - you have to have a "personal brand." In this episode, we talk about what it means to pretend online and in real life, which of course leads to a little talk about Dungeons & Dragons. (Give us a break, it's role playing. It was RIGHT THERE.) Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok Yo…
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So, it's Valentine's Day. Tana shares her most epic Valentine's Day gift ever, and then we talk about Gen Z and sex! What could be a better celebration of the day? Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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M. Anthony (Tony) Mills of the American Enterprise Institute and Terence Kealey of The Cato Institute debate the resolution, "Government must play a role in fostering scientific and technological progress by funding basic research." Defending the resolution is Mills, a senior fellow and director of the Center for Technology, Science, and Energy at …
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Bienvenue dans le premier épisode de 2024. Monsieur Ripois (1954) was directed by René Clément and stars the French heart throb, Gérard Philipe along with the English beauties, Joan Greenwood, Natasha Parry & Valerie Hobson. It was based on the 1912 novel, Monsieur Ripois et la Némésis by Louis Hémon. The film was released under several other title…
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Is a Stanley Cup Hygge? And why are Danes so happy? In today's episode, we talk about the Danish concept of hygge and finding comfort and happiness when seasonal depression strikes. Also, more Dungeons & Dragons! Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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We got a little chatty this episode and hit all kinds of topics: movies, feeling stuck, religion, IKEA, and individualism vs. independent thinking. Oh, and we talk about that one time Tana graduated with Antonio Banderas. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeSo How Was Your Day
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Once upon a time, after years of not playing video games, Tana started gaming with Malcolm. The results were hilarious. In this episode, Malcolm and Tana talk about playing video games together, playing co-op games in general, and surviving the mucky germs going around right now. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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So...what happens when you put a middle-aged mom in the middle of a Dungeons & Dragons game? She has an amazing time, obviously! Malcolm and Tana talk about what it's like to invite your parents to a D&D group - and what it's like to be brand new to the game. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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So...it's that time of year! Do you make a new year's resolution? Do you skip it? Is the new year a new opportunity, or just a date on the calendar? Malcolm and Tana talk about the concept of new year's resolutions, goals and themes for life, and friendships. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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What did you do for Christmas? What are your family traditions? Malcolm and Tana discuss their traditions over the years, and what can be exciting and depressing about Christmas and the holiday season. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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Should the federal government be able to "urge," "encourage," "pressure," or "induce" social media companies into censoring free speech about COVID-19? A recent ruling in federal court said no. That ruling is the subject of this month's Soho Forum Debate between law professor Kate Klonick and professor of medicine Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. The resoluti…
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Ching ching etc - it's the Soho Bites Christmas special. Having just left behind the wholesome world of Jessie Matthews and 1930s musicals, it feels right to descend into the grubby underbelly of Soho with the festive fiasco, Don't Open 'til Christmas. The "plot" such as it is, is a basic one. A crazed serial killer is roaming the west end murderin…
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Jessie part three. For this, the third and final instalment of our mini-series about the 1930s' biggest UK film star, Jessie Matthews, we met up with Dr Jennifer Voss of De Montford University to talk about Friday the Thirteenth (1933). NB: this is the Friday the Thirteenth from 1933, directed by Victor Saville with a large ensemble cast including …
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Why do men get so upset over video games? Why do they shoot or destroy their own property when they don't like what a corporation does? But, more seriously, why are so many men depressed? Malcolm and Tana explore the topic of men, anger, and depression - and encourage men to be a little more vulnerable. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok …
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Why does job searching suck? Why do you have to upload a resume and then re-enter everything online? How is it possible that "no one wants to work anymore," but those looking for jobs can't find them? Malcolm and Tana discuss this and more in our first look at the job market. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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Malcolm and Tana explore an aspect of ADHD that really affects Malcolm: hyperfixation. What does it mean to be hyperfocused or task paralyzed? How does this affect your daily life? What in the world are Smoked Cheez-Its? We explore these pressing questions - and more. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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How complicated is transitioning from high school to adulthood? How can parents best prepare their children for this difficult time in life? In this episode, Tana and Malcolm welcome guests Don (Tana's husband and Malcolm's dad) and Shelby (Malcolm's girlfriend and Cat Mom to Poppy) to discuss how difficult these transitions were, the challenges of…
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Today we ask the most important question: why is Malcolm so awesome? Tana and Malcolm discuss letting kids ask questions, how Malcolm earned his way to first-person shooter games, and why "because I told you so" and other authoritarian parenting habits were never the way in the Schiewer household. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTub…
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Susan Schneider of the Center for the Future Mind and AI entrepreneur Jobst Landgrebe debate the resolution, "Artificial intelligence poses a threat to the survival of humanity that must be actively addressed by government." For the affirmative is Schneider, the director of the Center for the Future Mind at Florida Atlantic University. She previous…
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After a pretty epic weekend, Malcolm and Tana discuss their respective trips to Detroit Comic Con and New York City. We brag about our celebrity sightings, "marvel" at the behavior of people at cons, and muse a bit about copyrights. Join us for a fun episode! Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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It's the age of the superheroine! The Marvels, anchored by female characters in all the major roles, brings us to the next test for women in superhero movies. But what about the past? When did other superheroines get introduced? Malcolm and Tana discuss these topics and touch on the Toledo Comic Arts Festival. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram …
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Complaints about generations often come down to MANNERS. Why does each generation behave the way they do, and why do they expect others to be just like them? Tana and Malcolm start with an innocent question about greetings and rabbit trail their way through discussions on wealth, gender norms, politeness vs. kindness, going "no contact," and more. …
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Where did Halloween come from? And what are you dressing up as this year? Join us as we explore the origins of Halloween (and Christmas), talk about Halloweens past, and rabbit hole our way to...first person shooter games? Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTubeTana Schiewer
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Jessie part two. This is the second instalment of a three part mini-series about the 1930s' biggest UK film star, Jessie Matthews. Evergreen (1934) was based on Ever Green, CB Cochran's 1930 musical spectacular at the Adelphi Theatre. Jessie starred as Harriet Green in both the stage show and the film. We're joined by Dr Melanie Williams of The Uni…
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The Manhattan Institute's Mark Mills and InOrbis CEO Rosario Fortugno debate the resolution, "Between now and 2035, electric vehicles in the consumer market will disappoint environmentalists by remaining a product bought mainly by the well-heeled minority." Taking the affirmative is Mills, a Manhattan Institute senior fellow, a faculty fellow at No…
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What does it mean to be a perfectionist? What are the types of perfectionists? Can perfectionism be a GOOD thing? Tana and Malcolm explore these questions and more. We discuss The Perfectionist's Guide to Losing Control by Katherine Morgan Schafler, take the quiz, and discuss how our different types of perfectionism can manifest in positive and neg…
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What's with all the book banning? Using Goosebumps as a jumping off point, Malcolm and Tana discuss banned books, critical race theory, tv and movie ratings, education, and anti-intellectualism. Come for the banned books. Stay for the rabbit holes about Nazi Germany and Operation Paperclip. Join us on social! Facebook Instagram TikTok YouTube…
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It's fall! The best season of the year. And with fall comes...fall releases. Video games! TV shows! Movies! MARVEL! Malcolm and Tana discuss anticipated releases, what they're most excited about, and some fan theories, covering Starfield, Assassin's Creed, Loki, and The Marvels...with lots of rabbit trails about 2024. Plus, we ask the all-important…
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Chairman of the Ayn Rand Institute Yaron Brook and George Mason University professor Bryan Caplan debate the resolution, "Anarcho-capitalism would definitely be a complete disaster for humanity." Taking the affirmative is Brook, host of The Yaron Brook Show. He was the executive director of The Ayn Rand Institute from 2000 to 2017 and is now the ch…
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