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  1. The Threat of Gentrification With Rezoning in East Harlem 2018/01/16

    Jennifer Levy , Supervising Attorney for the Civil Law Reform Unit of The Legal Aid Society and staff attorney Kat Meyers talk about the City’s new rezoning plans and how it could lead to gentrification.

  2. The Women Who Lead Black Lives Matter 2018/01/16
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  3. The Vulnerable Position of Female Janitors 2018/01/16

    Producer Daffodil Altan discusses the new Frontline documentary, “Rape on the Night Shift ” which airs January 16 on PBS at 10 PM. It looks at how immigrant women in the janitorial industry are particularly vulnerable to sexual violence, and how many don't report attackers for fear they’ll lose their jobs or be deported.

  4. Nick Harkaway's New Dystopian Novel 2018/01/16
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  5. The Threat to Female Janitors, Rezoning in East Harlem, A Black Lives Matter Memoir 2018/01/16
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  6. In Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Days, A Strike in Memphis 2018/01/15
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  7. A Chilean Love Story That Could Make Oscar History 2018/01/15
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  8. Spying on Reporters in the War on Terror 2018/01/15

    Journalist James Risen , The Intercept’s senior national security correspondent, talks about his latest story, “The Biggest Secret: My Life as a New York Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror ” about the increasingly high level of surveillance he and other reporters felt while covering the CIA under the Bush and Obama administrations.

  9. From James Baldwin To Ferguson 2018/01/15

    Hébert Peck discusses the Oscar-nominated documentary, I Am Not Your Negro , which he produced with his brother, director Raoul Peck. Based on the writings of James Baldwin, the film moves across time and space, sliding from the historical civil rights movement to more recent events, including Ferguson. I Am Not Your Negro Premieres on Independent Lens on Monday, January 15.

  10. 'I Am Not Your Negro,' Why MLK Went to Memphis, The Perils of Reporting on the CIA 2018/01/15
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  11. Love and Loss in Modern Day Russia 2018/01/12
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  12. How the Gang MS-13 is Being Used to Justify Immigration Policy 2018/01/12
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  13. Phil Rosenthal Takes You on a Global Culinary Tour 2018/01/12

    Phil Rosenthal , the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond , talks about his new Netflix series, Somebody Feed Phil , which follows him as he eats his way around the world. Rosenthal travels to Saigon, Lisbon, Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City, and New Orleans, visiting a mix of famous restaurants, family tables and roadside stands. The show premieres on Netflix January 12.

  14. How Do Our Senses Work? 2018/01/12
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  15. How MS-13 Could Affect Our Immigration Policy, Phil Rosenthal's New Series, Please Explain Our Senses 2018/01/12
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  16. Has the EPA Failed to Effectively Regulate Chemical Spills? 2018/01/11
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  17. Donald Sutherland: from Boston to Key West by RV 2018/01/11

    Golden Globe-winner Donald Sutherland discusses starring in the new film The Leisure Seeker directed by Paolo Virzì, winner of the 2017 David di Donatello Best Director Award. He stars alongside Academy Award-winner Helen Mirren as a runaway couple on an unforgettable journey in the faithful old RV they call the Leisure Seeker. In theaters March 9th.

  18. Iran's Information War 2018/01/11
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  19. The Case for Civility 2018/01/11
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  20. Social Media's Role in Iran, Chemical Spills & the EPA: Who's to Blame?, Donald Sutherland, Advice for our Volatile Times! 2018/01/11
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  21. Michael Wolff's Explosive Book From Inside the Trump White House 2018/01/10
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  22. Christopher Yates's New Novel 2018/01/10
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  23. 2017 Word of the Year 2018/01/10

    Wall Street Journal language columnist Ben Zimmer discusses the American Dialect Society's Word of the Year voting and the nominated words and phrases of 2017.

  24. Where Was Your Smartphone Made? 2018/01/10
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  25. Smartphone Sweatshops, What You Haven't Heard from Michael Wolff Yet, What's the Word of the Year? 2018/01/10
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  26. David Lebovitz's Secrets to Living in Paris 2018/01/09
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  27. The Untold Stories of a WWII French Resistance Fighter 2018/01/09
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  28. How Will Big Data Affect Policing? 2018/01/09
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  29. Dr. Ruth and Romantic Expectations 2018/01/09
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  30. A New Way of Policing, A French WWII Spy, David Lebovitz's Paris, Dr. Ruth's Love Guidelines 2018/01/09
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  31. An Industrial Hygienist's Perspective on the Trump Administration 2018/01/08
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  32. Local News's Decline 2018/01/08
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  33. The Falsity of the Term 'Post-Truth' 2018/01/08

    Slate columnist Dan Engber talks about his cover story for Slate called, “LOL Something Matters .” He debunks popular perceptions about people's resistance to facts and argues against the nihilistic idea that we're living in a post-truth era in which there is no point in calling out falsehoods and trying to change people's minds.

  34. Bob Garfield's One-Man Show 2018/01/08
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  35. The Fallout from Deregulating Hazardous Chemicals, Debunking 'Post-Truth,' The Death of Local News 2018/01/08
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  36. What Happened to Marcelo Gomes, Ballet's Rising Star 2018/01/05
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  37. A Health Crisis For Women in Saudi Arabia 2018/01/05
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  38. Why the Death Toll in Puerto Rico Is Rising 2018/01/05
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  39. Have You Broken Your New Year's Resolution Yet? 2018/01/05
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  40. Hurricane Maria's Rising Death Toll, Women's Fitness in Saudi Arabia, Please Explain: Resolutions 2018/01/05
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  41. 'Under the Radar Festival' 2018/01/04
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  42. Manhattan Theatre Club's 'The Children' 2018/01/04
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  43. Questioning Gardasil's Testing, Without Being Anti-Vaccine 2018/01/04
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  44. The Culture of Harassment at Ford 2018/01/04
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  45. The Importance of Transparency in Vaccine Safety, Investigating Harassment at Ford 2018/01/04
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  46. Do Germans Raise More Self-Reliant Children? 2018/01/03
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  47. Are You What You Eat? 2018/01/03
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  48. A History Through Store Fronts 2018/01/03
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  49. MoMA's 'The Long Run' 2018/01/03
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  50. The Science of Eating, NY Store Fronts, MoMA's Look at Lifetimes of Work, Raising Children the German Way 2018/01/03
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  51. Poetry for Your Commute 2018/01/02
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  52. Appalachian History 2018/01/02
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  53. 'The Most Important Year,' 25 Years of 'Poetry in Motion,' The Making of Appalachia 2018/01/02
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  54. WNYC Kids Introduces 'This Podcast Has Fleas' 2017/12/28
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  55. When Recy Taylor Fought Back In Jim Crow South 2017/12/28
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  56. What Part Of 2017 Has Been Most Stressful? 2017/12/28
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  57. What Is Happening To Our National Monuments? 2017/12/28
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  58. Our Shrinking Public Lands, 'This Podcast Has Fleas,' 2017 Stress 2017/12/28
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  59. Joan Silber's Novel, 'Improvement' 2017/12/27

    Joan Silber discusses her new novel, Improvement . It tells the story of a young single mother living in New York, her eccentric aunt and the decisions they make that have unexpected implications for the world around them.

    This is a rebroadcast of a segment guest hosted by Mary Harris.

  60. When A Religious Battle Over Sex Turned Political 2017/12/27
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  61. Where Life And Literature Meet 2017/12/27
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  62. The 'Cake Artist,' The Supreme Court, And The Impact on LGBTQ Rights 2017/12/27
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  63. Sex And Christian Politics, A Memoir In Novels, Crusading In The Name Of Cake 2017/12/27
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  64. The Gurus Of How-To Return 2017/12/26

    Al and Larry Ubell , our Gurus of How-To, return just in time for winter home repairs and projects!

    This is a rebroadcast of a segment guest hosted by Mary Harris.

  65. Jenna Coleman As Queen Victoria 2017/12/26
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  66. Andy Goldsworthy on His New Book 'Projects' 2017/12/26
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  67. Annette Bening & Peter Turner Discuss 'Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool' 2017/12/26
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  68. The Irish Repertory Theatre's Stage Adaption of James Joyce’s 'The Dead' 2017/12/22
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  69. Please Explain: How Our Brains Make Us Who We Are 2017/12/22

    This week's Please Explain takes a look at how our brains make us who we are and shape our understanding of the world. Keith Blanchard , CEO of Teamstream Productions, talks about his book, It's All in Your Head: Brain Storms, Gray Matter, and What Makes You You , in which he addresses perception, brain waves, and what makes us all tick!

  70. Are There Medical Benefits to Psychedelic Drugs? 2017/12/22
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  71. How the U.S. Has Made it a Crime to Be Poor 2017/12/22

    Georgetown law professor Peter Edelman discusses his new book Not a Crime to Be Poor: The Criminalization of Poverty in America . Edelman reveals how not having money has been criminalized and shines a light on the lawyers, activists and policymakers working for a more humane approach.

  72. Criminalizing Poverty, James Joyce for the Stage, Psychedelic Therapy, Please Explain 2017/12/22
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  73. Melissa Clark on Delicious Gifts to Make and Give 2017/12/21
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  74. Bill Charlap Helps Us Celebrate the Holidays 2017/12/21

    Jazz pianist Bill Charlap helps us celebrate the holidays and performs live in studio.

    Event: Bill Charlap will perform at the 2018 Disability Pride Parade Fundraiser on January 25.

    This segment is guest hosted by Jonathan Capehart.

  75. A Playful Adaptation of 'Pride and Prejudice' 2017/12/21
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  76. Mezzo Susan Graham & Tenor Paul Groves Star in 'The Merry Widow' 2017/12/21
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  77. Jazz Pianist Bill Charlap Performs Live, 'The Merry Widow,' Melissa Clark's Homemade Holiday Treats 2017/12/21
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