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  1. Luke Harding Explores The Ties Between Trump And Russia 2017/11/15
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  2. Daivd Miliband On How Citizens Can Help Refugees 2017/11/15

    David Miliband , President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), joins us to discuss his book Rescue: Refugees and the Political Crisis of Our Time. From 2007 to 2010, Miliband was Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom. He looks at what can be done about the refugee crisis, not just by governments but by concerned citizens.

  3. How One Woman Saved The Lost Children Of Kampala 2017/11/15
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  4. How Body Donation Became Big Business 2017/11/15
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  5. Luke Harding On Russia & Trump, The International Rescue Committee's David Miliband, The Lost Children Of Kampala, How Body Donation Became Big Business 2017/11/15

    Luke Harding explores Russia helped Donald Trump win. David Miliband on refugees and the political crisis of our time. Jessica Yu on how one ordinary woman saved countless children in Uganda. Reuters investigative reporters John Shiffman and Brian Grow explore the sale of body parts in the US.

  6. Comedy, Clowning & Slapstick In Theatre For A New Audience's Double-Bill 2017/11/14
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  7. David Hallberg On His Life With Ballet 2017/11/14
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  8. A Fresh Look At The Life & Politics Of Vladimir Lenin 2017/11/14
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  9. How Special Interests Took Over Our Economy 2017/11/14
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  10. How Special Interests Captured Our Economy; David Hallberg; A Double-Bill Of Comedy, Slapstick & Clowning; A New Look At Vladimir Lenin 2017/11/14

    Steven Teles explores how the powerful can slow down growth and increase inequality. ABT principal dancer David Hallberg on recovering from a devastating injury. Jos Houben and Marcello Magni with their double-bill of comic one-acts “Marcel” and “The Art of Laughter." Victor Sebestyen offers an intimate portrait of Vladimir Lenin.

  11. How 'Golden Boy' Can Shed Light On Dealing With Parkinson's 2017/11/13
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  12. Sebastian Junger On Syria & ISIS 2017/11/13
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  13. Tina Brown Takes Us Behind-The-Scenes At Vanity Fair 2017/11/13
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  14. John Hodgman On The Virtues Of Mustaches 2017/11/13
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  15. Tina Brown Takes Us Behind-The-Scenes At Vanity Fair, John Hodgman, Sebastian Junger On Syria & ISIS, Parkinson's & 'Golden Boy' 2017/11/13

    Tina Brown on life at Vanity Fair. John Hodgman discusses his new book Vacationland. Sebastian Junger explores how Syria's fall led to ISIS' rise. Ron Shetler , Alex Montaldo and Dr. Roberta Marongiu Montaldo on their production of "Golden Boy."

  16. The Invisible Forces That Shape our Behavior 2017/11/11
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  17. Leonard Lopate Weekend: Why Do We Spend Money?, Nikki Giovanni, How Bernard King Became An NBA Legend 2017/11/10

    Dan Ariely , the James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, explores how emotions influence the ways we spend money . Poet Nikki Giovanni shares stories about the people who shaped her life. Bernard King on his basketball career, and what it took to come back from a devastating knee injury.

  18. Why Vinegar Deserves More Credit As An Ingredient 2017/11/10
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  19. Deb Perelman's Guide To Every Day Cooking 2017/11/10
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  20. Baker Jim Lahey Shares His Secrets 2017/11/10
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  21. MacArthur Fellow Greg Asbed On Fighting For Worker Rights 2017/11/10
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  22. Make Bread Like The Sullivan Street Bakery, Fighting For Food Worker Rights, Deb Perelman, Why Vinegar Deserves Its Due WITH Jonathan Capehart! 2017/11/10

    Jim Lahey shares secrets for sourdoughs, pizzas, and other breads. MacArthur Fellow Greg Asbed explains how he fights to improve conditions for low-wage workers. Deb Perelman on recipes from Smitten Kitchen Everyday. Please Explain is all about vinegar with Michael Harlan Turkell.

    Note: Jonathan Capehart guest-hosted this episode of The Leonard Lopate Show.

  23. Nikki Giovanni On The People Who Shaped Her 2017/11/09
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  24. Leonard Slatkin On What It Takes To Be A Conductor 2017/11/09

    Conductor and composer Leonard Slatkin has conducted virtually all of the leading orchestras in the world and is currently music director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. In his new book Leading Tones: Reflections on Music, Musicians, and the Music Industry , he takes readers beyond performance night, and looks at the many aspects and challenges of making it in the musical world.

  25. Joe Berlinger And Eric Bogosian Open Up The Armenian Genocide 2017/11/09
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  26. Seven Things That Made The World Cheap 2017/11/09
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  27. What Happens When The World Becomes Cheap, How The Armenian Genocide Was Covered Up, Nikki Giovanni, Leonard Slatkin On What It Takes To Be A Conductor 2017/11/09

    Raj Patel on the seven things that have made our world and will shape its future. Joe Berlinger and Eric Bogosian discuss the new documentary "Intent to Destroy." Nikki Giovanni looks back at her personal history. Leonard Slatkin reflects on life as a conductor.

  28. Why Do We Spend Money? 2017/11/08
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  29. 'Kompromat,' 'Flipped' & The Language Of The Mueller Probe 2017/11/08
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  30. Isabel Allende Weaves Together Three Lives 'In The Midst of Winter' 2017/11/08
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  31. How Bernard King Became An NBA Legend 2017/11/08
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  32. Why Do We Spend Money?, NBA Hall Of Famer Bernard King, Isabel Allende, Ben Zimmer Breaks Down The Language Of The Mueller Probe 2017/11/08

    Dan Ariely explains how we misthink money. Bernard King on becoming an NBA legend. Isabel Allende with her latest novel, In the Midst of Winter. Ben Zimmer breaks down the language of the Russia probe.

  33. The Wooster Group Builds A Show With Songs From Texas Prisons 2017/11/07
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  34. Why We Can't Give Up On Public Education 2017/11/07
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  35. Lawrence O’Donnell On How The 1968 Election Changed American Politics 2017/11/07
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  36. Golda Meir's Legacy in Israel 2017/11/07

    Francine Klagsbrun discusses her new biography of Golda Meir, Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel . Based on interviews and newly available documents from the Israeli government archives, Klagsbrun details the rise of Israel's fourth prime minister and looks at her fascinating personal life and political career.

  37. Lawrence O'Donnell on the 1968 Presidential Election, Golda Meir's Life & Legacy, Why We Can't Give Up On Public Education 2017/11/07

    Lawrence O’Donnell reveals how the 1968 presidential election changed American politics. Francine Klagsbrun discusses her new biography, Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel . Eric Berryman and Kate Valk discuss the Wooster Group’s “The B-Side: ‘Negro Folklore From Texas State Prisons.'" Deborah Meier and Emily Gasoi explain why we can't give up on our public schools.

  38. Reza Aslan's History Of God 2017/11/06
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  39. Lee Ann Womack Performs Live from Her New Album 2017/11/06
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  40. Heartbreak, Migration & Betrayal In Daniel Alarcón's Short Stories 2017/11/06

    Award-winning author Daniel Alarcón joins us to discuss his new collection of short stories The King Is Always Above the People. The collection tells stories of Los Angeles gang members and Latin American families, and deals with themes of betrayal, love and broken dreams.

  41. Dan Rather Reflects on Patriotism & Journalism 2017/11/06
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  42. Dan Rather on What It Means To Be American, Lee Ann Womack Performs, Reza Aslan's History Of God 2017/11/06

    Dan Rather reflects on patriotism. Lee Ann Womack on her new album, “The Lonely, the Lonesome and the Gone." Daniel Alarcón discusses his new collection of short stories. Reza Aslan offers a human history of God.

  43. A Book Club Podcast: Ayad Akhtar, Junot Diaz, Gary Shteyngart 2017/11/04
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  44. Leonard Lopate Weekend: Voting Rights, Mika & Richard Stoltzman, Walter Isaacson 2017/11/03
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  45. The Secrets Behind Succulent Sauces 2017/11/03
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  46. The Six Americans Who Introduced Us To French Cooking 2017/11/03
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  47. How Hot Bread Kitchen Is Changing The Lives Of Immigrant Women 2017/11/03
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  48. Karen Page On How Chefs Come Up With New Dishes 2017/11/03
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  49. How Chefs Come Up With Dishes, A Baking Program That Gives Immigrant Women Jobs, The 6 Americans Who Introduced Us To French Cooking, Saucey Secrets! 2017/11/03

    Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg on how chefs unlock kitchen creativity. Jessamyn Rodriguez , Saba Arain and Nancy Rosa discuss Hot Bread Kitchen. Justin Spring tells the story of the six Americans who introduced the country to French cooking. Please Explain is all about sauces with James Peterson.

  50. Brian Friel's Last Play 'The Home Place' Finally Debuts In NYC 2017/11/02
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The Leonard Lopate Show
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Leonard Lopate hosts the conversation New Yorkers turn to each afternoon for insight into contemporary art, theater, and literature, plus expert tips about the ever-important lunchtime topic: food.

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