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Death, Sex & Money

Death, Sex & Money

WNYC Studios

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Death, Sex & Money is a podcast about the big questions and hard choices that are often left out of polite conversation. Host Anna Sale talks to celebrities you've heard of—and to regular people you haven't—about the Big Stuff: relationships, money, family, work and making it all count while we're here. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Snap Judgment, On the Media, Nancy, Death-Sex & Money, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and many others.© WNYC Studios

Latest Episodes

What Money Can't Solve

EA confession is tortured out of a suspect. He goes to prison. Back in 2016,he got a check for what he endured. But forgiveness is not part of the bargain. NPR's Planet Money collaborated with us on this episode. Listen to their version with an update from Darrell here. And to viewthe online archive of documents from the InvisibleInstitute's Police Torture Archive referenced in this episode,click here. Support Death, Sex & Money by becoming a monthly sustaining member.Sign up now. Follow the show on Twitter@deathsexmoneyand Facebook atfacebook.com/deathsexmoney. Sign up for the Death, Sex & Money newsletter atdeathsexmoney.org/newsletter, and email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

30 MIN7 h ago
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What Money Can't Solve

Skin Hunger: Part 2

EIn this collaboration with the podcast Love + Radio, we hear from listeners whose relationships ended right before the pandemic—or because of it. Thanks to the team atLove + Radiofortheir work on this collaboration. Subscribe to the Death, Sex & Money newsletterhere. And email us anytime atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Skin Hunger: Part 2

Skin Hunger: Part 1

Along with the podcast Love + Radio, we've been asking you about how you're coping with a lack of physical touch in your lives due to the pandemic. This is what you told us. Thanks to the team atLove + Radiofortheir work on this collaboration. Look out for the second episode in this series later this week. Subscribe to the Death, Sex & Money newsletter here. And email us anytime at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Skin Hunger: Part 1

When Six Feet Isn't An Option

Two stories on incarceration and coronavirus:an update from Lawrence Bartley, whose time sheltering in placehas him reflecting on his timein prison, and a woman who wrote to him, worried about her incarcerated husband's safety. For more conversations with Lawrence, here is our first one from 2014, a follow-up with his wife Ronnine from 2017, and our check-in with both of them a few months after he was released in 2018, and read his essay forThe Marshall Projecthere. You can find our WNYC colleagues' work here: "Dispatches from People Stranded in Place," "Inside the Prison Pandemic,"and "Keeping Released Prisoners Safe and Sane."And don't forget to check out the latest season of Ear Hustle. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work atdeathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the...

25 MIN2 w ago
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When Six Feet Isn't An Option

An Essential Worker, Going Back In

A conversationwith Sharron, a certified nursing assistant in Virginia, whowe first met in ouressential workers episode this spring. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work atdeathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

30 MIN3 w ago
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An Essential Worker, Going Back In

I Love You, But There's This Money Thing...

EFrom budgeting blue books to a $60,000 engagement ring: your stories about love and money. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work at deathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

27 MINJUN 11
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I Love You, But There's This Money Thing...

"This Has Been A Long Time Coming."

EWe asked you what you needed to say in this moment of reckoning with police brutality, structural racism, and grief. Here's what you told us. We want to keep talking with you about this. Send us a voice memo about what's on your mind right now, todeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

21 MINJUN 6
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"This Has Been A Long Time Coming."

Financial Therapy: How Much Should I Help My Family?

"It's difficult to sometimes separate myself from being the one that always has to have it together." This episode is part of a special Financial Therapy series here on Death, Sex & Money, hosted by Amanda Clayman. If you have a money anxiety weighing you down, send an email or a voice memo tofinancialtherapy@wnyc.org. Find the entire series atdeathsexmoney.org/financialtherapy. We'd also love to know what you thought of this series. Give us your feedback at deathsexmoney.org/ftsurvey. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

31 MINJUN 4
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Financial Therapy: How Much Should I Help My Family?

What Do You Need To Say Right Now?

What do you need to say right now? As we take in the anguish that's surfacing today—about the fact that COVID19 is disproportionately impacting communities of color, about the violence of police brutality against Black people, and about all the different ways that white people are not stepping up to say those things are wrong—we want to hear from you. Record your thoughts and send them to us, at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

1 MINJUN 2
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What Do You Need To Say Right Now?

Financial Therapy: Why Did I Take That Risk?

Two years ago, Mathew* quit an executive joband struck out on his own to found an independent consulting firm. After months of bringing in "90% less than what [he] used to," business was finally starting to pick up earlier this year—and then the pandemic hit. With clients pulling contracts and invoicesbeing paid late, Mathew is back to square one, wondering if the risks he took were worth it—and whether the need for control that served him so well in his business career is as helpful in this crisis. *Name changed This episode is part of a special Financial Therapy series here on Death, Sex & Money, hosted by Amanda Clayman. If you have a money anxiety weighing you down, send an email or a voice memo tofinancialtherapy@wnyc.org. Find the entire series atdeathsexmoney.org/financialtherapy. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, lett...

28 MINMAY 28
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Financial Therapy: Why Did I Take That Risk?

Latest Episodes

What Money Can't Solve

EA confession is tortured out of a suspect. He goes to prison. Back in 2016,he got a check for what he endured. But forgiveness is not part of the bargain. NPR's Planet Money collaborated with us on this episode. Listen to their version with an update from Darrell here. And to viewthe online archive of documents from the InvisibleInstitute's Police Torture Archive referenced in this episode,click here. Support Death, Sex & Money by becoming a monthly sustaining member.Sign up now. Follow the show on Twitter@deathsexmoneyand Facebook atfacebook.com/deathsexmoney. Sign up for the Death, Sex & Money newsletter atdeathsexmoney.org/newsletter, and email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

30 MIN7 h ago
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What Money Can't Solve

Skin Hunger: Part 2

EIn this collaboration with the podcast Love + Radio, we hear from listeners whose relationships ended right before the pandemic—or because of it. Thanks to the team atLove + Radiofortheir work on this collaboration. Subscribe to the Death, Sex & Money newsletterhere. And email us anytime atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Skin Hunger: Part 2

Skin Hunger: Part 1

Along with the podcast Love + Radio, we've been asking you about how you're coping with a lack of physical touch in your lives due to the pandemic. This is what you told us. Thanks to the team atLove + Radiofortheir work on this collaboration. Look out for the second episode in this series later this week. Subscribe to the Death, Sex & Money newsletter here. And email us anytime at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Skin Hunger: Part 1

When Six Feet Isn't An Option

Two stories on incarceration and coronavirus:an update from Lawrence Bartley, whose time sheltering in placehas him reflecting on his timein prison, and a woman who wrote to him, worried about her incarcerated husband's safety. For more conversations with Lawrence, here is our first one from 2014, a follow-up with his wife Ronnine from 2017, and our check-in with both of them a few months after he was released in 2018, and read his essay forThe Marshall Projecthere. You can find our WNYC colleagues' work here: "Dispatches from People Stranded in Place," "Inside the Prison Pandemic,"and "Keeping Released Prisoners Safe and Sane."And don't forget to check out the latest season of Ear Hustle. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work atdeathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the...

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
When Six Feet Isn't An Option

An Essential Worker, Going Back In

A conversationwith Sharron, a certified nursing assistant in Virginia, whowe first met in ouressential workers episode this spring. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work atdeathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

30 MIN3 w ago
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An Essential Worker, Going Back In

I Love You, But There's This Money Thing...

EFrom budgeting blue books to a $60,000 engagement ring: your stories about love and money. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney.Got a story to share? Email us any time atdeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work at deathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

27 MINJUN 11
Comments
I Love You, But There's This Money Thing...

"This Has Been A Long Time Coming."

EWe asked you what you needed to say in this moment of reckoning with police brutality, structural racism, and grief. Here's what you told us. We want to keep talking with you about this. Send us a voice memo about what's on your mind right now, todeathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

21 MINJUN 6
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"This Has Been A Long Time Coming."

Financial Therapy: How Much Should I Help My Family?

"It's difficult to sometimes separate myself from being the one that always has to have it together." This episode is part of a special Financial Therapy series here on Death, Sex & Money, hosted by Amanda Clayman. If you have a money anxiety weighing you down, send an email or a voice memo tofinancialtherapy@wnyc.org. Find the entire series atdeathsexmoney.org/financialtherapy. We'd also love to know what you thought of this series. Give us your feedback at deathsexmoney.org/ftsurvey. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, letters from our inbox and a note from Anna.Join the Death, Sex & Money community and subscribe today.

31 MINJUN 4
Comments
Financial Therapy: How Much Should I Help My Family?

What Do You Need To Say Right Now?

What do you need to say right now? As we take in the anguish that's surfacing today—about the fact that COVID19 is disproportionately impacting communities of color, about the violence of police brutality against Black people, and about all the different ways that white people are not stepping up to say those things are wrong—we want to hear from you. Record your thoughts and send them to us, at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org.

1 MINJUN 2
Comments
What Do You Need To Say Right Now?

Financial Therapy: Why Did I Take That Risk?

Two years ago, Mathew* quit an executive joband struck out on his own to found an independent consulting firm. After months of bringing in "90% less than what [he] used to," business was finally starting to pick up earlier this year—and then the pandemic hit. With clients pulling contracts and invoicesbeing paid late, Mathew is back to square one, wondering if the risks he took were worth it—and whether the need for control that served him so well in his business career is as helpful in this crisis. *Name changed This episode is part of a special Financial Therapy series here on Death, Sex & Money, hosted by Amanda Clayman. If you have a money anxiety weighing you down, send an email or a voice memo tofinancialtherapy@wnyc.org. Find the entire series atdeathsexmoney.org/financialtherapy. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our newsletter and we'll keep you up to date about what's happening behind the scenes at Death, Sex & Money. Plus, we'll send you audio recommendations, lett...

28 MINMAY 28
Comments
Financial Therapy: Why Did I Take That Risk?
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