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I'm Lauren Ober and from American Public Media. This is spectacular failures. The show that stands six feet away from failure, even though it's like I pulled a prank on you.
It's actually the trailer for season two. We're back starting August 3rd, Ferrey twenty twenty. Hasn't been the kindest year to business or to any of us, for that matter. A global pandemic, an economic meltdown, protest against police brutality that brought cities to the brink. Yeah, with all that, you better believe this took a mighty hit. And you know who can give you the inside scoop on busted businesses and collapse corporations? How's about a little show called Spectacular Failures this season?
We've got some fail tales for the ages. We've got stories about Broadway flops.
I was the original You, Johnson, Benson, Johnson and Talent, Hollins, Walden Swanson and environmental disasters.
Do you know what it's like to lose a child? Do you? Because I can tell you exactly what it's like to lose a child and wanted to do the chemicals is even worse in the long, slow slide into obsolescence of a super sexy dietary staple.
I'm just a dairy girl. I think I'm just a dairy girl.
Check out the new season of Spectacular Failures, August 3rd available in all the places.
Hey, friends, I want to tell you about another podcast you might want to check out. It's called Cautionary Tales, and it has returned with special episodes about how the world came to be turned upside down by covid-19, why people behave the way they did during the pandemic and where we all might wind up in the difficult years to come. Host Tim Harford draws from history and social science to vividly retell the stories of great crimes, accidents and disasters of the past, pointing out valuable lessons for us all from the injustices, death and destruction.
You'll witness mass evacuations as great waves wash away. Whole cities sit in a crowded cabaret as flames creep closer and closer to the auditorium and visit the plague hit town that locks the gates and awaits death to save its neighbors.
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