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Douglas Bolles and William Morgan host a lively weekly conversation in which they naturally discuss "the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything" with the interesting authors, thinkers, syncers and philosophers of our day. The show has its genesis in a series of discussions regarding The Sync Book, of which, both hosts are authors.


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03.13.17 Episode 263: The Dig
Bloodshot Tokyo
With the our March Music Showcase underway, the program connects with Erick from The Dig to chat about touring and music.
Topics: Treefort, DC, Communist Daughter, SXSW, Taste, Process, Cohesive, Neil Young, Harry Nilsson, Zeitgeist, Relevant, Aesthetic, Angel Olsen, My Woman, Anderson Paak, Bandcamp, Brooklyn, JJ Cale, Politics.
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03.07.17

Sean Aucutt (262)

Decorfort

The program previews Treefort Music Fest 2017 with the festival's production design director, Sean Aucutt.

02.27.17

Juli Kearns (261)

Synchronicity Mapping

The program comes out of Room 237 with author and interviewee Juli Kearns to not only map the Overlook, but to map the maze of Kubrick films as well as synchronicity.

02.14.17

Edward Jay Epstein (260)

How America Lost Its Secrets

The program seeks to understand The True HOOHA and the identity of Wolfking Aweseomefox by traveling to Moscow via Hong Kong with Edward Jay Epstein, author of the recent Snowden bio reviewed on the cover of The New York Times Book Review.

02.07.17

Glenn Elzinga (259)

Alderspring Ranch

Today the program bends an ear to hear a tale about ranching in the central Idaho mountains by a real cowboy, Glenn Elzinga.

01.30.17

Jonathan Evison (258)

The Revised Fundamentals Of Caregiving

The program shares a dialog about writing, characters, and connectivity with author Jonathan Evison, who inspired the recent Netflix film, The Fundamentals Of Caring.

01.23.17

Willy Vlautin (257)

The Free

Today the program invokes the Patron Saint of Nurses and makes a State of the Union address about The Free with author and songwriter Willy Vlautin.

01.08.17

Arrington de Dionyso (256)

Pizzagate Witch Hunt

42 Minutes. Arrington de Dionyso. Fake News. Witch Hunt. Sad!

01.02.17

Winter Book Club (255)

The Shining

The program unmasks a Shining New Year at the Overlook Hotel with the seasonal book club.

12.26.16

Andras Jones & John Maguire (254)

All The President's Men

On December 19th, when The US was formally selecting a president, the program convened to discuss journalism, synchronicity, politics and empathy with Radio8Ball host and creator, Andras Jones, and Pentamental host and creator, John Maguire.

12.19.16

Walter Kirn (253)

Standing Rock Speaks

The program returns to Standing Rock to once again consider Black Elk's vision as well as synchronicity and a new paradigm for living with writer Walter Kirn, author of many books including Blood Will Out.

12.12.16

Joe Jackson (252)

Black Elk: The Life Of An American Visionary

Today the program travels from the Standing Rock Reservation to the center of the world, Black Elk Peak, and there we will consider its namesake with writer and biographer, Joe Jackson, author of Black Elk: The Life Of An American Visionary.

12.05.16

Gretchen Bakke (251)

The Grid

The program takes a hard look at the largest machine in the world for 42 minutes with cultural anthropologist Gretchen Bakke, author of The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future, published by Bloomsbury USA last July.

11.28.16

Roy Scranton (250)

Learning To Die In The Anthropocene

The program meditates for 42 minutes on our inevitable end with author Roy Scranton, whose 2015 work, Learning To Die In The Anthropocene helps to interrupt emotional reactions.

11.24.16

Fall Book Club (249)

The Recognitions

For the fourth installment of our seasonal book club, the program recognizes William Gaddis's first novel from 1955, The Recognitions, a masterwork about art and forgery, and the increasingly thin line between the counterfeit and the fake.

11.08.16

Douglas Rushkoff (248)

Throwing Rocks At The Google Bus

On Election Day, the program considers our operating system with media theorist Douglas Rushkoff, and discuss his recent book, Throwing Rocks At The Google Bus.

11.02.16

Claire Hoffman (247)

Greetings From Utopia Park

While there is no utopia yet on earth, the program considers this idea with one who survived A Transcendent Childhood. Claire Hoffman, author of the recent Greetings From Utopia Park explains that there is a larger fabric of the universe to which we all belong even if our human religious structures collapse under the weight of their own design.

10.24.16

Jacques the Fatalist (246)

"28 days 6 hours 42 minutes 12 seconds"

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Or that's what Doug and Will find as they look back at five years of 42 Minutes on the very day they set the thing in motion. Were all five years present in that first episode? Maybe! Find out . . .

10.18.16

5th Anniversary (245)

Episode Now

The program travels back in time to a moment in October of 2011 when Will & Doug began a weekly conversation about SYNC.

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