There's More to That

By Smithsonian Magazine

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 Dec 24, 2023


Smithsonian magazine covers history, science and culture in the way only it can — through a lens on the world that is insightful and grounded in richly reported stories. On There's More to That, meet the magazine's journalists and hear how they discover the forces behind the biggest issues of our time.  Every two weeks, There’s More to That will give curious listeners a fresh understanding of the world we all inhabit.

Host and Smithsonian magazine editor Chris Klimek is a longtime public radio contributor and a frequent panelist on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast. His substantive conversations with journalists and culture-makers will make There’s More to That an essential listen for anyone seeking to understand today’s most pressing issues.

Episode Date
Survey: Help Us Design Our Future Season
Jul 15, 2024
The Wild Story of What Happened to Pablo Escobar’s Hungry, Hungry Hippos
Jul 11, 2024
‘The Crime of the Century,’ a Century Later
Jun 27, 2024
America’s Best New Restaurant Celebrates the Flavors of West Africa
Jun 13, 2024
How Americans Got Hooked on Counting Calories More Than A Century Ago
May 30, 2024
ENCORE: Those Orcas (Still) Aren't Doing What You Think
May 20, 2024
How Artificial Intelligence Is Making 2,000-Year-Old Scrolls Readable Again
May 02, 2024
Roads Scholars
Apr 18, 2024
Why We Love Eclipses
Apr 02, 2024
The Man Behind "Manhunt"
Mar 21, 2024
Before Beyoncé and Taylor Swift Ran the World, There Was Joan Baez
Mar 07, 2024
How to Separate Fact From Myth in the Extraordinary Story of Sojourner Truth
Feb 22, 2024
How We See Oppenheimer (redux)
Jan 23, 2024
The Books We Loved
Dec 21, 2023
When Your Great-Great-Great-Grandfather Is a Civil War Hero
Dec 14, 2023
Why Wildfires Are Burning Hotter and Longer
Nov 30, 2023
How NASA Captured Asteroid Dust to Find the Origins of Life
Nov 16, 2023
Healing the Wounds of the Vietnam War
Nov 02, 2023
How the Osage Changed Martin Scorsese’s Mind About "Killers of the Flower Moon"
Oct 19, 2023
A Brief History of Book Banning in America
Oct 05, 2023
Those Orcas Aren't Doing What You Think
Sep 21, 2023
Meet the WWII Battalion of Black Women That Inspired an Army Base’s New Name
Sep 07, 2023
Beyond the Titanic: The Real Science of Deep Sea Exploration
Aug 24, 2023
What Happens When the Colorado River Dries Up?
Aug 10, 2023
How We See Oppenheimer. Plus: Smithsonian’s Inside Look at the Top-Secret Los Alamos Site
Jul 27, 2023
He's (Not) Just Ken: The True History of Barbie’s Beau
Jul 27, 2023
Coming July 27: There's More to That from Smithsonian magazine and PRX
Jul 20, 2023