In Please Explain, we set aside time every Friday afternoon to get to the bottom of one complex issue. Ever wonder how New York City's water system works? Or how the US became so polarized politically? We'll back up and review the basic facts and principles of complicated issues across a broad...
Major news events throughout the world continue to be largely ignored until they reach tragic proportions. Underreported, a weekly feature on The Leonard Lopate Show, tackles these issues and gives an in-depth look into stories that are often relegated to the back pages.
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Duplicast is hosted by two women from another dimension who are clones. It is the only Orphan Black fan show about clones, by clones, for clones and other humans. Duplicast is not an Orphan Black recap podcast. It is a podcast that contains recaps but, also, very silly things. There may or may...
Conversations with key characters, hot takes from commentators, and everything essential from the social universe: The Empire Afterparty is the place to go after the show.
This year Leonard spoke with the stars, writers and directors of 14 Tony nominated Broadway productions! Check out all the conversations as the June 7th awards ceremony approaches!
WNYC is partnering with the Tribeca Film Festival for the second year in a row to bring exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews straight to your podcast feed. Hear conversations about the festival’s selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such...
Join New York Public Radio's Brian Lehrer for the farewell season of NBC's Parks and Recreation. Each week Brian is joined by NPR's Linda Holmes and special guests who will lend insider context to the bits of governmental bureaucracy and political gamesmanship seen on the show.
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Micropolis is an in-depth series that brings into view the unique cultures of New York’s ethnically diverse communities. WNYC reporter Arun Venugopal makes the big, anonymous city just a little bit more knowable.