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WNYC's largest source of funding comes from listeners like us. I just made a contribution - have you done your part yet? [Read More]
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KPCC's The Frame presents its 2017 Academy Awards preview, featuring many of the nominees who have visited with host John Horn to talk about their creative process in... [Read More]
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The Ambassador of American Songbook, Michael Feinstein joins John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey in Palm Beach for a special episode of Radio Deluxe! Saturday morning at... [Read More]
Journalist and civil rights lawyer Alia Malek joins us to discuss her latest book, The Home That Was Our Country: A Memoir of Syria. Meik Wiking,... [Read More]
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A temporary public art piece in Times Square is sending a message to New York City's many immigrants: "We Were Strangers Once Too."  That's... [Read More]
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Journalist and civil rights lawyer Alia Malek joins us to discuss her latest book, The Home That Was Our Country: A Memoir of Syria. Malek... [Read More]
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Florence Williams, contributing editor to Outside Magazine, joins us to discuss her latest book, The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier and More Creative, which... [Read More]
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For years, Fox News has served as a megaphone for right-wing talking points and a defender of conservative politicians. But under the Trump administration, for... [Read More]
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Stories about Russia's interference in the election and its alleged secret dealings with Donald Trump and his associates have dominated the news lately. David Remnick compares... [Read More]
Lily Tomlin has broken ground throughout her career, not least with "Juke and Opal," a 1973 comedy sketch in which she plays a black woman... [Read More]
Mary Norris took an entry-level position at The New Yorker in 1978 and rose to become an "O.K.'er," the final arbiter of a story's readiness for... [Read More]
Emily Flake, a cartoonist at the magazine, relaxes by falling into eBay wormholes. This week she shares her recent finds: "The Importance of Living," a... [Read More]
A new report finds New York state is well-prepared for the closure of the Indian Point Nuclear Power plant.  The report was conducted by Synapse... [Read More]
In "Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise," the author, who died in 2014, remains vibrant and alive. Filmmakers Bob Hercules and Ruth Coburn Whack draw upon extensive... [Read More]
Journalist Masha Gessen on the spread of the antigay movement in Russia and Eastern Europe. Min Jin Lee discusses her new novel Pachinko, which traces... [Read More]
New York and New Jersey representatives will return to Congress Monday after a week of packed, often raucous town hall meetings with constituents who demanded push-back against the... [Read More]
In 2014, On the Media devoted a special hour to the US border, exposing how a lack of transparency and accountability allows border agents to operate outside of constitutional... [Read More]
In 1975, in the aftermath of Watergate, Congress created the Federal Election Commission to enforce campaign finance laws and monitor the influence of money on... [Read More]
The state of US-Mexico relations; the case for anti-feminism and how it might be the new feminism; One Book, One New York: Americanah. [Read More]
As the crackdown on immigration ramps up, so-called "sanctuary cities" have been at the heart of the debate: President Trump continues to threaten to cut off... [Read More]
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