Sometimes excellent, sometimes bias a-go-go
Terry Gross is a skilled interviewer. She's learned, and as I once heard her described "could interview a slug and make it interesting". After G.W. Bush took office she went, as NPR in general and shows such as Frontline on PBS did, on a liberal crusade. If you're a liberal it will be reassuring listening, but for Libertarians and middle of the roaders you will find many of the last 6 years of interviews to be quite biased whenever the guest is of a political bent. It's tiring, and doesn't suit her style. She's at her best when interviewing musicians, actors, writers, etc. Perhaps if a democrat is elected in 2008 she and NPR will relax and get back to what they do best. I hope so. My tax dollars are paying for it.Read full review »
Shmule Shekelberg III via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/19/07
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I hadn't paid much attention to the podcasts. But, at the urging of my son, I decided to listen to a few and subscribe to some in kind. I've always enjoyed Fresh Air. The show's variety of guests and topics is unlike anything else you'll find on radio, television or the...Read full review »
thescribe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/20/07
Terry Gross is the best in the world. Terry defines public radio and she also sets the bar of how an interview should be conducted. I am so happy to have a podcast access to her show.Read full review »
drtedave via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/31/07
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