New Podcast Looks Back At Woodstock ’99

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Luminary has announced a new podcast from Bill Simmons’ The Ringer — Break Stuff: The Story of Woodstock ‘99 — along with 28 new podcast episodes available on its premium content network.

Here are new episodes from recently released shows that Luminary is releasing this week:

1. The Axe Files with David Axelrod: Kathryn Ruemmler, former White House counsel under President Obama, and federal prosecutor who tried cases related to the Enron scandal,  shares her take on the Mueller report, ahead of Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress. (Monday, 7/8)
2. The Passion Economy with Adam Davidson: This week, Davidson sits down with Lauren Danson, founder of Mizuba Tea Company, a brand that sells the finest matcha green tea. (Monday, 7/8)
3. Sincerely, X from TED with Sarah Kay: This week Kay interviews a “stealth” trans man in the South who pushes against the idea that he should have to be “out” to be authentic, and that expectation from all parts of society is wrong. (Monday, 7/8)
4. Note to Self: with Manoush Zomorodi, from WNYC. Zomorodi hates driving. She can’t wait to get into a car that drives ITSELF. But before the automated automotive future arrives, we humans need to make some big choices. (Monday, 7/8)
5. Roads and Kingdoms’ The Trip, with Nathan Thornburgh: This episode is the first that’s ever been recorded in the great outdoors. Thornburgh is accompanied by Kevin Forrester, a friend and perennial guide to all things hillbilly and to the mountains of southwest Virginia. Together, they tackle the topic of Moonshining. (Monday, 7/8)
6. Making a Killing hosted by Bethany McLean: In a conversation with Alex Gibney, Director of The Inventor, a documentary about the one-time multibillion-dollar healthcare company founded by Elizabeth Holmes, they explore the fascinating case of Theranos. (Monday 7/8)
7. Wisdom from the Top from Guy Raz, best known for How I Built This, is the first person to have three podcasts on the top-20 chart. This week Raz sits down with Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit. (Tuesday, 7/9)
8. LGBTQ&A from The Advocate magazine, hosted by Jeffrey Masters. This week, Jeffrey interviews Karen Tongson who honors the legacy of Karen Carpenter with her new book, Why Karen Carpenter Matters. (Tuesday, 7/9)
9. Celeste & Her Best with Celeste Barber: On this week’s episode, Celeste chats it up with Selma Blair and together, they have a hilarious, raunchy and touching conversation. Blair opens up about her career and her recent MS diagnosis. (Tuesday, 7/9)
10. Hear to Slay with Roxane Gay & Tressie McMillan Cottom: This week the co-hosts welcome Ola Ronke, an artist, community activist, and production designer of TV and films to talk about demystifying the monolithic understanding of black books and black authors, and creating a new and safe space for black women. (Tuesday, 7/9)
11. Now What? with Arian Foster: Tomi Lahren, political commentator, joins Foster this week to discuss immigration, taxes, and much more. (Tuesday, 7/9)
12. Karamo, with Queer Eye star Karamo Brown: This week Karamo dives deep on toxic relationships, and answers questions from callers struggling with self-doubt, procrastination, and internal pressure. (Wednesday, 7/10)
13. Players’ Tribune: The Podcast: Omar Epps, best known for acting roles in Juice, Higher Learning, House, The Wood, In Too Deep and Love and Basketball, reads The Tree by Jeff Capel III, a former basketball player for Duke and now a college coach. (Wednesday, 7/10)
14. Poetics hosted by Omari Hardwick: Hardwick welcomes Sabrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, along with Georgetown sociology professor/author Michael Eric Dyson,  who is also a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times.  (Thursday, 7/11)
15. The C-Word with Lena Dunham and Alissa Bennett: This week, Sia joins the co-hosts as they dive deep into the story of legendary love-scammer Miranda Grosvenor, a woman who anonymously enchanted Hollywood’s most famous men over the phone. (Saturday, 7/13)
16. The Axe Files with David Axelrod: In a special bonus episode, Democratic Presidential nominee, Pete Buttigieg, joins Axelrod to discuss the first round of the debates. (Saturday, 7/13)
17. Deep Background with Noah Feldman: In honor of Bastille Day (July 14), French journalist Agnès C. Poirier joins Fedlman to explain what the yellow vest protests are really all about. (Sunday, 7/14)