Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

Time Sensitive Podcast

The Slowdown

76
Followers
205
Plays
Time Sensitive Podcast

Time Sensitive Podcast

The Slowdown

76
Followers
205
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Time Sensitive is a podcast that features candid, revealing portraits of curious and courageous people in business, the arts, and beyond who have a distinct perspective on time. Each week, co-hosts Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman respectively interview a leading mind who has made a profound impact in their field, contributed to the larger conversation, and is concerned with the planet we all share.

Latest Episodes

Tom Kundig on the Parallels Between Mountain Climbing and Architecture

Seattle-based architect Tom Kundig talks about his early years as a mountain climber; his incredible ascent in architecture, starting with an opportunity to work in Alaska; his profound lessons from his mentor, the sculptor Harold Balazs; and his passions for, among other things, wine, Japanese design, and hot rods.

66 MINJUN 25
Comments
Tom Kundig on the Parallels Between Mountain Climbing and Architecture

Special Episode: Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman on Putting Time Sensitive on Hiatus During the Covid-19 Quarantine

The show’s co-host’s announce that the podcast is on hold until they can get back into The Slowdown’s Manhattan studio; talk about the company’s new podcast, At a Distance (atadistancepodcast.com); and discuss the importance of recontextualizing scale and speed.

16 MINAPR 8
Comments
Special Episode: Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman on Putting Time Sensitive on Hiatus During the Covid-19 Quarantine

Ibrahim Mahama on the Great Potential of Art to Change How We Look at the World

Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama discusses his fascination with jute sacks as a medium; his views on “Ghanaian time” and Africa’s global influence; his unorthodox upbringing; and his dreams for the Savannah Center for Contemporary Art, the artist-run nonprofit he founded in Tamale, Ghana, in 2019.

71 MINAPR 1
Comments
Ibrahim Mahama on the Great Potential of Art to Change How We Look at the World

Julia Watson on the Power of Indigenous Technologies to Transform Our Planet

Anthropologist, environmentalist, and landscape designer Julia Watson discusses her new Taschen book, “Lo-TEK: Design by Radical Indigenism”; her deep research into various indigenous communities; and the symbiotic relationship between culture and nature.

64 MINMAR 25
Comments
Julia Watson on the Power of Indigenous Technologies to Transform Our Planet

Dustin Yellin on His Quest to Reimagine Learning in the 21st Century

Artist Dustin Yellin talks about everything from his wide-ranging dreams for his Pioneer Works nonprofit cultural center in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood; to his ambitious plans for “The Bridge,” a large-scale monument to the end of oil; to his harrowing memories of Hurricane Sandy.

52 MINMAR 18
Comments
Dustin Yellin on His Quest to Reimagine Learning in the 21st Century

Nathan Myhrvold on the Art and Science of Food

Nathan Myhrvold, co-founder and CEO of Intellectual Ventures and the former chief technology officer of Microsoft, speaks about his journey into sous vide cooking, the problems he sees with the Slow Food movement, and why food photography has never been considered a high art.

76 MINMAR 11
Comments
Nathan Myhrvold on the Art and Science of Food

Gabriela Hearst on Why Making Things That Stand the Test of Time Matters

Fashion designer Gabriela Hearst discusses everything from her youth on a ranch in rural Uruguay, to her personal definitions of sustainability and luxury, to her roundabout path to launching her eponymous label, to her mother’s Zen Buddhist teachings.

54 MINMAR 4
Comments
Gabriela Hearst on Why Making Things That Stand the Test of Time Matters

Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Tony Fadell, probably most widely recognized for both founding the smart-home products company Nest and for his instrumental involvement in developing the iPod, discusses the perils of screen addiction; the external pressures of a career-oriented culture; and paving the way for a healthier society, online and off.

64 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Writer, journalist, and N.Y.U. professor Suketu Mehta speaks about his challenging high school years as an Indian immigrant growing up in Queens, his belief in how the future of democracy “rests on storytelling,” and the importance of considering historical time frames when thinking about today’s contentious immigration debates.

66 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Lidewij Edelkoort speaks about a movement back toward the farm and nature; the notion of animism (i.e., that a soul is embedded in everything); combatting fear in a time of prolific fear-mongering; and her reasonably optimistic belief in a more collaborative future.

64 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Latest Episodes

Tom Kundig on the Parallels Between Mountain Climbing and Architecture

Seattle-based architect Tom Kundig talks about his early years as a mountain climber; his incredible ascent in architecture, starting with an opportunity to work in Alaska; his profound lessons from his mentor, the sculptor Harold Balazs; and his passions for, among other things, wine, Japanese design, and hot rods.

66 MINJUN 25
Comments
Tom Kundig on the Parallels Between Mountain Climbing and Architecture

Special Episode: Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman on Putting Time Sensitive on Hiatus During the Covid-19 Quarantine

The show’s co-host’s announce that the podcast is on hold until they can get back into The Slowdown’s Manhattan studio; talk about the company’s new podcast, At a Distance (atadistancepodcast.com); and discuss the importance of recontextualizing scale and speed.

16 MINAPR 8
Comments
Special Episode: Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman on Putting Time Sensitive on Hiatus During the Covid-19 Quarantine

Ibrahim Mahama on the Great Potential of Art to Change How We Look at the World

Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama discusses his fascination with jute sacks as a medium; his views on “Ghanaian time” and Africa’s global influence; his unorthodox upbringing; and his dreams for the Savannah Center for Contemporary Art, the artist-run nonprofit he founded in Tamale, Ghana, in 2019.

71 MINAPR 1
Comments
Ibrahim Mahama on the Great Potential of Art to Change How We Look at the World

Julia Watson on the Power of Indigenous Technologies to Transform Our Planet

Anthropologist, environmentalist, and landscape designer Julia Watson discusses her new Taschen book, “Lo-TEK: Design by Radical Indigenism”; her deep research into various indigenous communities; and the symbiotic relationship between culture and nature.

64 MINMAR 25
Comments
Julia Watson on the Power of Indigenous Technologies to Transform Our Planet

Dustin Yellin on His Quest to Reimagine Learning in the 21st Century

Artist Dustin Yellin talks about everything from his wide-ranging dreams for his Pioneer Works nonprofit cultural center in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood; to his ambitious plans for “The Bridge,” a large-scale monument to the end of oil; to his harrowing memories of Hurricane Sandy.

52 MINMAR 18
Comments
Dustin Yellin on His Quest to Reimagine Learning in the 21st Century

Nathan Myhrvold on the Art and Science of Food

Nathan Myhrvold, co-founder and CEO of Intellectual Ventures and the former chief technology officer of Microsoft, speaks about his journey into sous vide cooking, the problems he sees with the Slow Food movement, and why food photography has never been considered a high art.

76 MINMAR 11
Comments
Nathan Myhrvold on the Art and Science of Food

Gabriela Hearst on Why Making Things That Stand the Test of Time Matters

Fashion designer Gabriela Hearst discusses everything from her youth on a ranch in rural Uruguay, to her personal definitions of sustainability and luxury, to her roundabout path to launching her eponymous label, to her mother’s Zen Buddhist teachings.

54 MINMAR 4
Comments
Gabriela Hearst on Why Making Things That Stand the Test of Time Matters

Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Tony Fadell, probably most widely recognized for both founding the smart-home products company Nest and for his instrumental involvement in developing the iPod, discusses the perils of screen addiction; the external pressures of a career-oriented culture; and paving the way for a healthier society, online and off.

64 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Writer, journalist, and N.Y.U. professor Suketu Mehta speaks about his challenging high school years as an Indian immigrant growing up in Queens, his belief in how the future of democracy “rests on storytelling,” and the importance of considering historical time frames when thinking about today’s contentious immigration debates.

66 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Lidewij Edelkoort speaks about a movement back toward the farm and nature; the notion of animism (i.e., that a soul is embedded in everything); combatting fear in a time of prolific fear-mongering; and her reasonably optimistic belief in a more collaborative future.

64 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.