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Spy Valley: An Engineer's Nuclear Betrayal

During the fever pitch of the Cold War, James Harper sells nuclear secrets to the Soviet Bloc—intelligence that might still help Moscow in a nuclear exchange today.

A six-part narrative series from Zach Dorfman, Project Brazen, and Goat Rodeo. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

The Film That Blew My Mind

Filmmakers, actors, and creators of all kinds answer one simple question: What is a film that blew your mind?! No film is off limits. Each episode centers around one guest and one film that has had a profound impact on their life, work, and art.

From former Sundance Directors John Cooper and Tabitha Jackson, this podcast dives deep into the heart and soul of cinema. 


The Closer: Deals Change the World

Understand the human motivations behind groundbreaking business decisions and learn dealmaking lessons from the deals that are changing the world, and the people who know them best. 

From Project Brazen, PRX, and Goat Rodeo.


The United Nations' podcast, No Denying It

No Denying It brings you the voices of young climate changemakers from across our warming planet. These activists, engineers, and entrepreneurs show us how we can make big changes—in our homes, our jobs, where we vote and pray, and with our family and friends. Because we all have to start somewhere. The important thing is to get started. 


Accenture's podcast, Built for Change

Through compelling conversations with industry thought leaders, Built for Change dismantles shop-worn assumptions of how to meet customer needs; links a new model of employee well-being to company success; demonstrates how technology and sustainability can be part of a business’s twin transformation—and more.

Nicholas Reynolds' book, Need To Know

Historian and former CIA officer Nicholas Reynolds, the New York Times bestselling author of Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy, uncovers the definitive history of American intelligence during World War II, illuminating its key role in securing victory. 

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