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uncle ebeneezer
07-01-2009, 01:20 AM
Just curious to see if anyone else has watched diavlogs multiple times.

I have watched these a couple times each:

Chris Mooney & D Graham Burnett

Alterman/Hitchens

Sean Carroll/David Albert (Problems with QM 2)

Both Achen-vlogs.

And a couple UN Plaza's (I think the one with the John Holmes joke, for sure.)

And probably a couple Bob/Mickey's, but I don't remember which.

claymisher
07-01-2009, 01:33 AM
Great question! I don't watch any of them, but I do listen.

Daniel Deudney / Michael Lind three times total
Many Heather Hurlburt editions twice
Jonathan Haidt twice

bjkeefe
07-01-2009, 05:00 AM
My answer is going to be somewhat skewed by the fact that Bh.tv didn't used to have a diavlog every day. Also, the damned Heads index is broken, so my brain defect relating to proper names is going to be horribly exposed. That said, I remember these more than once:

Both Bob/Achenbach

Both Bob/Andrew Sullivan

Many of the SciSats, including but not limited to the ones with ERV (Abbie Smith), that one with the British woman linguist (added: remembered: Christine Kenneally), the guy who thinks the planet is doomed, and most of the ones with Sean Carroll.

Richard Rhodes (SciSat, also?)

Aaron Swartz and some of the other Free Wills

A few with Heather Hurlburt and a few with Eli Lake, some probably together

A few Rosa Brooks ones, especially the one where she pwned Doughy

At least one each of Robert Reich, Francis Fukuyama, Gershom Gorenberg, and Felix Salmon

The one with Andrew Bacevich

Some of the early Bob & Mickey shows

One or two of the John and Glenn shows

Those two(?) with the psychiatrist/psychologist (female) and that Hollywood screenwriter (male)

The first one with Mickey Kaus's brother

One or two of the ones with Jon Fine

Harry Shearer

Several with Eric Alterman, especially the one he did with Matt Yglesias

The Althouse trainwreck with Garance Franke-Ruta. Well, part of it, anyway.

capital2
01-21-2010, 04:07 AM
David Frum and Brink Lindsay did a great one right before the 08 election.
Peter Beinart and Jonah Goldberg's I usually listen to more than once.