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Episodes: 74


 Feb 22, 2022


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Word nerds rejoice. An intelligent, well-researched podcast. High quality audio production. I learn something from every episode.

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Language unites and divides us. It mystifies and delights us. Patrick Cox and Kavita Pillay tell the stories of people with all kinds of linguistic passions: comedians, writers, researchers; speakers of endangered languages; speakers of multiple languages; and just speakers—people like you and me.

Episode Date
Will Icelandic survive the invasion of English?
Jun 26, 2024
The language that gave Missouri its name
Jun 12, 2024
Presenting Home, Interrupted
May 29, 2024
Icelandic, the language that recycles everything
May 15, 2024
The bilingual edge: what the research says
May 01, 2024
How Basque speakers saved their language
Apr 17, 2024
Chinese sci-fi has crossed the translation barrier
Apr 04, 2024
Why the French use the English word ‘black’
Mar 20, 2024
The Irish language renaissance
Mar 06, 2024
From linguistic shame to pride
Feb 21, 2024
Easing into multilingualism
Feb 07, 2024
How the brain of an improv performer works
Jan 24, 2024
Sugar Sammy’s multilingual comedy
Dec 13, 2023
Is Mx here to stay?
Nov 29, 2023
Americans, Brits and the foreignness of English
Nov 15, 2023
A German-speaking outpost in the American Midwest
Nov 01, 2023
Season 4 is coming
Oct 18, 2023
The precious secrets of Udi
Nov 16, 2022
The future sound of Black English
Nov 02, 2022
How music has shaped African American speech
Oct 19, 2022
Where did African American English come from?
Oct 05, 2022
A brief history of death threats
Sep 21, 2022
Latin, the undead language
Sep 07, 2022
Learning to love apostrophes
Jul 06, 2022
Hello, Goodbye
Jun 22, 2022
How the Ojibwe language survived the pandemic
Jun 08, 2022
Ukraine’s linguistic patriotism
May 25, 2022
The rare joys of learning Finnish
May 11, 2022
Presenting More Than a Feeling
Apr 27, 2022
Will climate change wipe out French in Louisiana?
Apr 13, 2022
When did comedians start saying ‘punching up’ and ‘punching down’?
Mar 30, 2022
The language of the outside people
Mar 16, 2022
The speechways of the folk
Mar 02, 2022
‘Manifesting’ the language of self-help
Feb 16, 2022
Why some words are just funny
Feb 02, 2022
A mother tongue reclaimed
Jan 19, 2022
Teach me your song
Jan 05, 2022
Once upon a hyphen…
Dec 15, 2021
Season 3 is coming
Dec 02, 2021
A language that survived the boarding schools
Sep 29, 2021
A tale of edible intrigue
Jul 28, 2021
The pleasure and pain of spelling
Jun 23, 2021
We are the people
Jun 09, 2021
The little pronoun that could
May 26, 2021
How the alphabet won our hearts
May 12, 2021
Japan’s mystery language
Apr 28, 2021
The dots and their future
Apr 14, 2021
The language closest to English
Mar 31, 2021
My notorious name
Mar 17, 2021
Season 2 is coming
Mar 11, 2021
Subtitle presents A Better Life?
Sep 16, 2020
We Speak: Tina
Aug 19, 2020
We Speak: Ciku
Aug 05, 2020
We Speak: Verónica
Jul 22, 2020
We Speak: Patrick and Kavita
Jul 08, 2020
The birth of a language
Jun 24, 2020
‘Sisu’ gets an update
Jun 10, 2020
A metaphor for our times
May 27, 2020
In quarantine with Joe Wong
May 13, 2020
In quarantine with Joanna Hausmann
Apr 29, 2020
At war, and not at war
Apr 15, 2020
One virus, many languages
Apr 01, 2020
Going Dutch
Mar 18, 2020
How to communicate with aliens
Mar 04, 2020
Did Katrina kill the New Orleans accent?
Feb 19, 2020
The talk of the forest
Feb 05, 2020
Is a polyglot’s brain different?
Jan 22, 2020
Why Mormons are so good at languages
Jan 08, 2020
Gullah Geechee enters the academy
Dec 18, 2019
The language of diamonds
Dec 04, 2019
Words we love to hate
Nov 20, 2019
Not so anonymous
Nov 06, 2019
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Oct 25, 2019
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Oct 07, 2019