Find Freakonomics Radio on a Station Near You

Freakonomics Radio is a weekly podcast that also airs on public-radio stations across the country. Below is a sort-of-complete list of those stations (it changes periodically and we try to keep up); click on yours to find the day and time our show airs. And if your station isn’t on this list, call them immediately!

Freakonomics Radio also airs on SiriusXM Insight and you can download or subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and elsewhere.

U.S.

State Area Organization
Alaska Anchorage Alaska Public Media
Haines KHNS
Arizona Phoenix KJZZ
California San Bernadino KVCR
San Diego KPBS
San Francisco KQED
Florida Fort Pierce WQCS
Georgia Georgia Public Broadcasting
Hawaii Hawaii Public Radio
Illinois Chicago WBEZ
Peoria Peoria Public Radio
Kentucky Lexington WUKY
Louisville WFPL
Maine Maine Public
Massachusetts Boston WGBH
Westfield New England Public Radio
Michigan Ypsilanti WEMU
Montana Kansas City KCUR
St. Louis St. Louis Public Radio
New Hampshire New Hampshire Public Radio
New Jersey Berlin WHYY
Sussex/Toms River/Seaside Park New Jersey Public Radio
New York Albany Northeast Public Radio
New York City WNYC-AM 820 & FM 93.9
Syracuse WRVO Public Media
Ohio Cleveland WCPN/ideastream
Columbus WOSU Public Media
Oklahoma Oklahoma KGOU
Oregon Ashland Jefferson Public Radio
Portland Oregon Public Broadcasting
Pennsylvania Philadelphia WHYY
Rhode Island Rhode Island Public Radio
Texas Abeline KACU
Dallas-Ft. Worth Public Media for North Texas
Utah Logan Utah Public Radio
Salt Lake City KCPW
Virginia WMRA
Washington Pullman Northwest Public Radio
Seattle KUOW
Wisconsin Milwaukee Public Radio
Washington, D.C. American University Radio

Canada

Province Area Station
British Columbia Vancouver Roundhouse Radio

Other

Country Area Station
Guam Mangilao Public Radio Guam

Josh Nixon

No love for North Carolina?

Collin Campbell

Hey, we've got a lot of love for NC (Dubner went to college there!) It's up to your local station to pick up the show. Give 'em a call!

Glen Kooy

I found today's subject (Jan 13, 2012, WFYI, 1:pm) very interesting. Because I was in and out of the car, I did not hear the complete program. The reason I found it interesting is because my wife and I adopted three children each from a different country and of different parantage. They are now all over 40 and have families of their own. The oldest is from Germany, the offspring of a mother who worked as a bank teller and a father in the U. S. military. She has no schooling beyond high school. She is an unemployed single mother of three boys (including twins). The second is from the U. S., the offsping of a divorced mother and a businessman. He completed college and makes good money as a comercial pilot. He is married with two children. The youngest is from Korea and came to us through the Holt agency. Her background in Korea is unknown. She complted college and is now a stay at home mother of two. Because the three tuned out so different after being raised in the same home, I have changed my opinion on how much influence a parant has on the character of their children. Biology has a much bigger part than I used to think.

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Collin Campbell

Thanks, Glen. You can hear the rest of the program, and read more about Bruce Sacerdote's adoption research here.

maxwell

Do these differ from the podcasts I subscribe to on itunes?