Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s news quiz, Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me, joins the show to talk about the boom in audio (and podcasts), his own running career, and how the sport helped during his toughest year ever. (2:06)
We go on a real grocery shopping trip with Runner’s World editors, dissecting the good and bad of how well we stock our runner pantries. (42:33)
In the Kick, a new running hub near Central Park in New York City, key running dates to celebrate in 2017, and a unique 256-mile relay to Washington D.C. (1:00:02)
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The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman talks the soon-to-be app from Facebook that will let users stream videos in their news feed through set-top boxes like Apple TV, Amazon's Fire TV and internet-connected TVs via Samsung.
The Culture Gabfest team discusses Westworld, Bruce Springsteen's memoir, Born To Run, and the unmasking of Elena Ferrante.