In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Humanities Theater Director Emma Martin to discuss Williams Shakespeare’s Henry V.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio are back to break down the tweet of the week about Annie’s accidental resemblance to a minor Harry Potter villain.

The EST crew reconvene to talk kick of 202 with a look at the Senate impeachment trial and breakdown of the upcoming Iowa caucuses.

Chris Gehrz, Chris Moore, and Sam Mulberry are joined by former NFL Wide Receiver and FS1 analyst Greg Jennings to talk about his life inside and outside of football, winning a Super Bowl, faith, politics and much more.

In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel Theology Professor Michael Gross to discuss the theology of the Reformation time periods.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio discuss Annie’s purchase of a large measuring cup and debate its ultimate utility.

Professors Gehrz and Mulberry muse on six words that surprisingly don’t rhyme with Gehrz.

In this week's episode of Bookish @ Bethel, Philosophy Professor Carrie Peffley and History Professor AnneMarie Kooistra are joined by Bethel Art History Professor Wayne Roosa discuss the art of the Renaissance and Baroque time periods.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio are joined by their good friend @DrChrisMoore to talk about the Tweet of the Week and to play a few rounds of Start Wars themed Heads Up.

Channel 3900 Producer Sam Mulberry is joined the hosts of various podcasts to ring in the new year by sharing their Y2K stories on the 20th anniversary of that fateful night.  Guests include Chris Gehrz (The 252, Pietist Schoolman, Nothing Rhymes with Gerhz), Chris Moore (Election Shock Therapy, The 252), Sara Shady (Sara Shady Public Philosopher), Amy Poppinga (Amy Makes Us Try Stuff), Matt Kuchem (Election Shock Therapy), Andy Bramsem (Election Shock Therapy), and AnneMarie Kooistra (Bookish @ Bethel).

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