030: Ep26 – BC5 – Thanks and an Outtake

Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast

This twenty-sixth episode of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast is a special “breadcrumb” episode with Dr. Annie Davis Weber, who was featured in Episode 25. We have some thanks to give for listener feedback and we had a big laugh after recording an episode, about a line that ended up in the episode with Annie.

A sign symbolizing three methods of communication, three ways, as a gag to connect with an outtake from episode 25, in which Dr. Cashio refers to '3-way communication.' The tag in the photo reads: 'Three-way communication? Our first outtake on Philosophy Bakes Bread.'

Thanks for feedback from Thomas O’Connor for his tweet, as well as one from Marnie Hughes Warrington!

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(7 mins)

 

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Notes

  1. This breadcrumb was recorded at the conclusion of our interview with Dr. Annie Davis Weber, for Episode 25 of the show.

 

 

You Tell Me!

For our future “You Tell Me!” segments, Annie proposed the following question in episode 25, for which we continue to invite your feedback: “How do you know if a university is any good?” What do you say?

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