Bundyville

By Oregon Public Broadcasting

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 Dec 9, 2018

Laureny
 Oct 29, 2018
Fantastic, deep dive into a wild story. Good storytelling and sound engineering

Brian
 Oct 5, 2018
a well done story that shows both sides and the events leading up to the recent domestic terrorism incident. I now have sympathy for them, but still feel that they are wrong and their actions are unjustified.

Pascale
 Sep 12, 2018
Very well done and support interesting. Dis a lot deeper in a story we all saw in the news.

Jimmy AbdelNasser
 Sep 5, 2018
Absolutely stellar. It seems like one of the last mediums for quality investigative journalist is Podcasting.

Description

A never-before-heard chronicle of the rise, fall and resurgence of the Bundy family, the armed uprisings they inspired and the fight over the future of the American West.

Episode Date
Episode 7: The Future
1921
The Bundys walked free in January 2018, but the story is far from over. The family has drawn large crowds on a multi-state speaking tour. Ryan Bundy is running for governor of Nevada. The national debate over public lands has tilted decidedly to the right. And in other forgotten corners of the West, momentum is building for another armed standoff.
May 15, 2018
Episode 6: The Murders
1507
The Bundys want to talk about land rights and Constitutional law, but the fights they pick have real, tragic consequences. This episode assesses the damage done by the Bundys, a chronicle of pain that includes prehistoric artifacts trampled by cattle, politicians shrinking public lands and a pair of Bundy followers who hatched a plot to murder as many police officers as they could find.
May 15, 2018
Episode 5: The Followers
1530
Welcome to Bundyville, a ghost town high in the Arizona mountains that used to be home to 200 people, most of them named Bundy. Find out how this family history has helped attract anti-government activists from around the country to Cliven Bundy’s cause. The episode also discusses the white privilege and double standards that have allowed far-right extremists inspired by the Bundys to become more bold in their actions.
May 15, 2018
Episode 4: The Living Room
1786
Many journalists have written about the Bundys, and much of that writing has been done during the chaotic armed standoffs the family led in 2014 and 2016. But few people have talked to Cliven Bundy at length in his home in Bunkerville, Nevada. The man at the center of these events tells his side of the story in his own words.
May 15, 2018
Episode 3: The Prophecy
1449
To understand the Bundys, and their unwavering belief that they alone can save the U.S. Constitution, you must understand their faith. The Bundys are Mormon and deeply religious, but their beliefs are rooted in fundamentalist scripture disavowed by the modern Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
May 15, 2018
Episode 2: The Bomb
1510
Dig into Cliven Bundy’s past and find out where his determination to dismantle the federal government began. It’s a story that takes us back to the government’s nuclear test program in the 1950s — imagine bombs in the Nevada desert — and culminates with Timothy McVeigh blowing up a federal building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people. Along the way, the family patriarch becomes more emboldened to fight back against a government he believes is out to get him.
May 15, 2018
Episode 1: The Battle
2605
Our series begins in April 2014 in Bunkerville, Nevada, and chronicles the Bundys' leadership of two armed uprisings and their two victories over federal prosecutors. It also puts the Nevada and Oregon standoffs in a broader context of the growing far-right movement in America, which has grown steadily and substantially since two violent standoffs in the 1990s — Waco and Ruby Ridge — left dozens of people dead.
May 15, 2018
Bundyville Trailer
136
“Bundyville” is a deep dive into the politics and fringe religious beliefs that drive the Cliven Bundy family and their followers. From prophecies and nuclear testing to white supremacists and radical plans to shrink public lands, “Bundyville” explains how one family has beaten the federal government twice — and why this battle has just begun.
Apr 25, 2018