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Alejandro
 Dec 12, 2020

BruceS
 Nov 16, 2020
I didn't even know this existed until I stumbled onto it yesterday on the radio. so I did a search for podcast and was really happy to see that it had one. that was until I downloaded this episode and realized instead of getting an hour I got 12 minutes. extremely disappointed. The content was great, I would have liked all of it.

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Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.

Episode Date
The Presidential Race Is in Uncharted Territory, but It’s Clear Who’s Winning
Jul 19, 2024
Jane Mayer, David Grann, and Patrick Radden Keefe on the Importance of a Good Villain.
Jul 16, 2024
Julián Castro on the Biden Problem, and What the Democratic Party Got Wrong
Jul 12, 2024
Florence Welch Talks About Life on the Road
Jul 09, 2024
Robert Caro on the Making of “The Power Broker”
Jul 05, 2024
The New Yorker’s Political Writers Answer Your Election Questions
Jul 02, 2024
John Fetterman’s Move to the Right on Israel
Jun 28, 2024
Emily Nussbaum on the Beginnings of Reality TV
Jun 25, 2024
Kevin Costner on “Yellowstone,” “Horizon,” and Why the Western Endures
Jun 21, 2024
Paul Scheer Picks the Very Best of the Very Worst Movies
Jun 18, 2024
Is Being a Politician the Worst Job in the World?
Jun 14, 2024
After Serving Decades in Prison for Murder, Two Men Fought to Clear Their Names
Jun 11, 2024
Senator Raphael Warnock on America’s “Moral and Spiritual Battle”
Jun 07, 2024
The Trans Athletes Who Changed the Olympics—in 1936
Jun 04, 2024
Cécile McLorin Salvant Finds “the Gems That Haven’t Been Sung and Sung”
May 31, 2024
Ilana Glazer on Motherhood and Friendship, On- and Off-Screen
May 28, 2024
Love Is Blind, and Allegedly Toxic
May 24, 2024
Miranda July’s New Novel Takes on Marriage, Desire, and Perimenopause
May 21, 2024
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Isn’t Going Away
May 17, 2024
How a Tech Executive Lobbied Lawmakers for the TikTok Ban
May 14, 2024
Wired’s Katie Drummond: The TikTok Ban Is “Rooted in Hypocrisy”; Plus, Hannah Goldfield on Culinary TikTok
May 10, 2024
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Could Swing the Election. Who Should Be More Worried—Biden or Trump?
May 07, 2024
Israel, Gaza, and the Turmoil at One American University
May 03, 2024
Georgia’s Brad Raffensperger, Who Refused to “Find” Votes for Donald Trump, Prepares for Another Election
Apr 30, 2024
Jerry Seinfeld on Making a Life in Comedy (and Also, Pop-Tarts)
Apr 26, 2024
Judi Dench on Bond and Shakespeare
Apr 23, 2024
Jonathan Haidt on the Plague of Anxiety Affecting Young People
Apr 19, 2024
Maya Hawke on the Fear of “Missing Out,” and Jen Silverman on “There’s Going to Be Trouble”
Apr 16, 2024
How a Republican and a Democrat Carved out Exemptions to Texas’s Abortion Ban
Apr 12, 2024
The Film Critic Justin Chang on What to See in 2024
Apr 08, 2024
The Attack on Black History, with Nikole Hannah-Jones and Jelani Cobb
Apr 05, 2024
Rhiannon Giddens, Americana’s Queen, on Cultivating the Black Roots of Country Music
Apr 02, 2024
Alicia Keys Returns to Her Roots with Her New Musical, “Hell’s Kitchen”
Mar 29, 2024
Percival Everett and the Reinvention of Mark Twain’s Jim
Mar 26, 2024
Trump’s Authoritarian Pronouncements Recall a Dark History
Mar 22, 2024
March Madness 2024: College Basketball at a Crossroads
Mar 19, 2024
Judith Butler Can’t “Take Credit or Blame” for Gender Furor
Mar 15, 2024
In “Great Expectations,” Vinson Cunningham Watches Barack Obama’s Rise Up Close
Mar 12, 2024
Bradley Cooper Contends for Best Actor in “Maestro”
Mar 08, 2024
What Biden Is Thinking About the 2024 Election
Mar 02, 2024
Kara Swisher on Tech Billionaires: “I Don’t Think They Like People”
Mar 01, 2024
Lily Gladstone on Holding the Door Open for More Native Actors in Hollywood. Plus, the Brody Awards
Feb 27, 2024
Ty Cobb on Trump, Putin, and the Death of Alexey Navalny
Feb 23, 2024
For Brontez Purnell, “Memoir Is Fiction—I Don’t Care What Anyone Says”
Feb 20, 2024
“Pod Save America” ’s Jon Lovett on Trump: “The Threat of Jail Time Sharpens the Mind”
Feb 16, 2024
Jacqueline Novak Is Giving Audiences “Everything She’s Got”
Feb 13, 2024
Can Memes Swing the 2024 Election? Plus, Michelle Zauner on “Crying in H Mart”
Feb 09, 2024
Sheila Heti Talks with Parul Sehgal About “Alphabetical Diaries”
Feb 06, 2024
Jonathan Blitzer on the Battle over Immigration; and Olivia Rodrigo Talks with David Remnick
Feb 02, 2024
From In the Dark: The Runaway Princesses
Jan 31, 2024
For Journalists, “Gaza Is Unprecedented,” and Deadly
Jan 29, 2024
The Oscar Nominee Cord Jefferson on Why Race Is so “Fertile” for Comedy
Jan 26, 2024
Pramila Jayapal: Biden’s “Coalition Has Fractured”
Jan 23, 2024
E. Jean Carroll on Trump Defamation Cases: “Money Is Precious to Him”
Jan 19, 2024
Danielle Brooks Comes Full Circle in “The Color Purple”
Jan 16, 2024
How Donald Trump Broke the Iowa Caucuses and Owns the G.O.P.
Jan 12, 2024
From “Talk Easy”: Sam Fragoso Interviews David Remnick
Jan 10, 2024
Ava DuVernay Wants Her Film “Origin” to Influence the 2024 Election
Jan 08, 2024
How the Journalist John Nichols Became Another January 6th Conspiracy-Theory Target
Jan 05, 2024
The Poet John Lee Clark’s “How to Communicate” Brings DeafBlind Experience to the Page
Jan 02, 2024
Dexter Filkins Reports on the Border Crisis
Dec 29, 2023
From Critics at Large: The Year of the Doll
Dec 26, 2023
Bruce Springsteen Has a Gift He Keeps on Giving
Dec 22, 2023
Christmas in Tehran: Bringing the Holidays to Hostages
Dec 19, 2023
A Harrowing Detention in Gaza
Dec 15, 2023
Brandy Clark: Grammy-Nominated Album Is “Authentically Me”
Dec 12, 2023
Liz Cheney: Donald Trump Should Go to Jail if Convicted
Dec 08, 2023
How Did Our Democracy Get so Fragile?
Dec 05, 2023
Dolly Parton “Busted a Gut” Reaching for the High Notes on “Rockstar”
Dec 01, 2023
“Maestro” is the “Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done”
Nov 24, 2023
Geoffrey Hinton: “It’s Far Too Late” to Stop Artificial Intelligence
Nov 21, 2023
A Rise in Antisemitism, at Home and Abroad
Nov 17, 2023
Emerald Fennell’s Anatomy of Desire
Nov 14, 2023
Will the Government Put the Reins on Amazon?
Nov 10, 2023
From “On the Media”: David Remnick Talks with Brooke Gladstone About Reporting in Israel
Nov 08, 2023
Is a “Win-Win” Still Possible in Policing?
Nov 07, 2023
Sybrina Fulton: “Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Anybody’s Son”
Nov 03, 2023
From On the Media: We Don’t Talk About Leonard Leo
Oct 31, 2023
Is there a Path Forward for Gaza and Israel?
Oct 27, 2023
”Fellow Travelers”: A Showtime Series Explores a Forgotten Witch Hunt
Oct 24, 2023
Spike Lee on His “Dream Project,” a Joe Louis Bio-Pic
Oct 20, 2023
Rodrigo Duterte’s Deadly Promise
Oct 17, 2023
Werner Herzog Defends His “Ecstatic” Approach to the Truth
Oct 13, 2023
Rubén Blades Wasn’t Supposed to Be a Salsa Star
Oct 10, 2023
Al Gore on the Climate Crisis: “We Have a Switch We Can Flip”
Oct 06, 2023
Introducing Critics at Large: The Myth-Making of Elon Musk
Oct 04, 2023
Should Biden Push for Regime Change in Russia?
Oct 03, 2023
Olivia Rodrigo Talks with David Remnick
Sep 29, 2023
Hernan Diaz’s “Trust,” a Novel of High Finance
Sep 26, 2023
Kelly Clarkson on Writing About Divorce
Sep 22, 2023
Naomi Klein Speaks with Jia Tolentino about “Doppelganger”
Sep 19, 2023
A Solution For the Chronically Homeless, and Listening to Taylor Swift in Prison
Sep 15, 2023
Richard Brody Makes the Case for Keeping Your DVDs
Sep 12, 2023
A Master Class with David Grann
Sep 08, 2023
Alone and on Foot in Antarctica
Sep 05, 2023
No More Souters
Sep 01, 2023
How Does Extreme Heat Affect the Body?
Aug 29, 2023
The Origins of “Braiding Sweetgrass”
Aug 25, 2023
Tessa Hadley on What Decades of Failure Taught Her About Writing
Aug 22, 2023
Talking to Conservatives about Climate Change
Aug 18, 2023
The Novelist Esmeralda Santiago on Learning to Write After a Stroke
Aug 15, 2023
Will the End of Affirmative Action Lead to the End of Legacy Admissions?
Aug 11, 2023
James McBride on His New Novel, “The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store”
Aug 08, 2023
Emily Nussbaum on the Culture Wars in Country Music
Aug 04, 2023
A Trip to the Boundary Waters
Aug 01, 2023
Regina Spektor on “Home, Before and After”
Jul 28, 2023
Colson Whitehead on “Crook Manifesto”
Jul 25, 2023
Adapting Robert Oppenheimer’s Story to Film, Plus Greta Gerwig on Becoming a Director
Jul 21, 2023
Donovan Ramsey on “When Crack Was King”
Jul 18, 2023
A Mysterious Third Party Enters the Presidential Race
Jul 14, 2023
How to Buy Forgiveness from Medical Debt
Jul 11, 2023
The Conspiracies of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Jul 07, 2023
Beyoncé Takes the Stage
Jul 04, 2023
Russia’s No-Good, Very Failed Coup, and Jill Lepore on Amending the Constitution
Jun 30, 2023
Jonathan Mitchell, a Prominent Anti-Abortion Lawyer, on Restraining the Power of the Supreme Court
Jun 27, 2023
A Year of Change for a North Dakota Abortion Clinic, and the Composer John Williams
Jun 23, 2023
Singer-songwriter Joy Oladokun, Plus Bryan Washington
Jun 20, 2023
Dexter Filkins on the Dilemma at the Border
Jun 16, 2023
From “On the Media”: Seditious Conspiracy
Jun 13, 2023
The New York Times’ Publisher on the Future of Journalism, and the Poet Paul Tran
Jun 09, 2023
A Gay Russian, Exiled in Ireland
Jun 06, 2023
Should We, and Can We, Put the Brakes on Artificial Intelligence?
Jun 02, 2023
The Director Rob Marshall on Halle Bailey as “The Little Mermaid”
May 30, 2023
E. Jean Carroll and Roberta Kaplan on Defamatory Trump, and Dexter Filkins on Ron DeSantis
May 26, 2023
Jill Lepore on the Joy of Gardening
May 23, 2023
Behind the Scenes with Tom Hanks
May 19, 2023
How Climate Change Is Impacting Our Mental Health
May 16, 2023
Michael Schulman on the Writers’ Strike, and Samantha Irby with Doreen St. Félix
May 12, 2023
Germany’s Traumatized Kriegskinder Speak Out
May 09, 2023
Have State Legislatures Gone Rogue? And Joshua Yaffa on Evan Gershkovich
May 05, 2023
King Charles III Takes the Throne
May 02, 2023
Harry Belafonte, the Pioneering Artist-Activist
Apr 30, 2023
The Fall of Tucker Carlson, and the Making of Candace Owens
Apr 28, 2023
The Bipartisan Effort to Rein in Presidential Military Power
Apr 25, 2023
Jane Mayer on Justice Clarence Thomas, and the Music Critic Hanif Abdurraqib on Concert Merch
Apr 21, 2023
The Playwright Larissa FastHorse on “The Thanksgiving Play,” Broadway’s New Comedy of White Wokeness
Apr 18, 2023
What’s Behind the Bipartisan Attack on TikTok?
Apr 14, 2023
The Country Singer Margo Price Talks with Emily Nussbaum
Apr 11, 2023
Israel on the Brink: Understanding the Judicial Overhaul, and the Protests Against It
Apr 07, 2023
Brooke Shields on the Sexualization of Girls in Hollywood
Apr 04, 2023
Jon Meacham on How the Trump Fever Breaks
Mar 31, 2023
Who Was H. G. Carrillo? D. T. Max on a Novelist Whose Fictions Went Too Far
Mar 28, 2023
Jia Tolentino on the Ozempic Weight-Loss Craze
Mar 24, 2023
How the Culture Wars Came to the Catholic Church
Mar 21, 2023
What if the Supreme Court Ends Affirmative Action?
Mar 17, 2023
Trans Activist Janet Mock Finds Her Voice
Mar 14, 2023
Masha Gessen on the Battle Over Trans Rights
Mar 10, 2023
Introducing: “In The Dark”
Mar 09, 2023
Chloe Bailey on Working Solo; and the Lost New Jersey Photos of Cartier-Bresson
Mar 07, 2023
The Russian Activist Maria Pevchikh on the Fate of Alexey Navalny, and the Future of Russia
Mar 03, 2023