Our Week In The Web: September 25, 2015

What can we say — our podcast feed is still being finicky. We're working with our tech team and our friends at NPR HQ to make sure it uploads properly every day to all two-million-plus of our subscribers, many of whom don't have other ways of listening to our broadcast. It's a definite five-alarm fire around here when the podcast feed breaks, and we wish we had a better answer for where it disappears to, especially in recent weeks. But you can be certain — we're fixing the flaw and making sure you'll always have access to our program, wherever and whenever you want to listen to it.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (September 18, 2015 — September 25, 2015)

1. Week In The News: GOP Debate, Congressional Stalemate, Refugee Crisis Grows (September 18, 2015)

2. Johnson & Johnson And The Big Lies Of Big Pharma (September 22, 2015)

3. American Islamophobia (September 23, 2015)

4. The Tax Reform Obama And Trump Both Support (September 21, 2015)

5. Humanity Is 'Racing Extinction' (And We're Losing) (September 21, 2015)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"I wanted to hitchhike through Mexico, as all parents hope their children will do. I wrote “Who Will Save You Soul?” then." — Jewel

"It's amazing for me to hear that certain sections of the Conservative Right seem to know more about Sharia than the practicing Muslims I know." — Sheikh Dr. Yasir Qadhi

"When a corporation pleads guilty, what happens? Do we put the corporate seal in jail?" — Steven Brill

"Hey Tom, let's get started." — Dick Lehr 

"No one is going to write the next great app on their $50 Android smartphone." — Katy Pearce 

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"@OnPointRadio" (@GautamS9)

"Videos of cats." (Kerri Fransworth-Hoback)

"i cant believe the level of ignorance among people who listen to On Point." (Sully Sullivan)

"Lack of comments here doesn't mean lack of interest. I'm just listening and enjoying." (GWelch)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

Yes, this is Internet produced within the walls of our own studio, but we honestly don't care what you think about that. [WBUR / YouTube]


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