This weekend Hillary Frank, host of WNYC's parenting podcast "The Longest Shortest Time," drops by to give us a slightly NSFW guide to getting it on after having a baby. Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi chats with us about his struggle to end child slavery. Finally, to break the winter chill, we're celebrating an American summer icon, the Frisbee, which first went on sale 58 years ago this week. Dan Roddick, the former director of promotions for Wham-O, explains why the Frisbee has been such a success.
To break the frigid winter chill, we're celebrating an American summer icon, the Frisbee, which first went on sale 58 years ago this week. The former director of Wham-o reflects on the beloved toy.
The internet is full of hidden treasures. That's why, Sean Rameswaram, a producer with Studio 360 and host of the podcast Sideshow, rounds up the week in internet phenomena for us every Friday.
Language is something we take for granted. But that's not true of everyone. Half of the world's 6,000 languages will be extinct in the next 50 years, a subject explored by the new PBS documentary "Language Matters."
The Takeaway explores a measles outbreak in California, we celebrate the 58th anniversary of the Frisbee, and we look at what's lost when a language dies.