Timothy Leary, Part 2: Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out


Timothy Leary speaks at the University of Denver Arena in 1967. Steve Larson/The Denver Post/Getty Images

Idolized by some and reviled by others, Timothy Leary remains an icon of 1960s counterculture and psychedelic self-exploration. But who was this rebel, psychologist and celebrity? What did he reveal about LSD’s power and potential? Join Robert and Christian for a special two-part look at the man, the time and the drug he championed. Turn on, tune in, drop out...

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Topics in this Podcast: Timothy Leary, LSD, drugs, history, psychedelics