Tagged with “new york” (56)

  1. #25 A Jon Hamm Sandwich - 2 Dope Queens - WNYC

    2 Dope Queens is back for season 3! Phoebe and Jessica are kicking it off with a pants-dropping interview with …


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  2. 2 Dope Queens | WNYC

    Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams are funny. They’re black. They’re BFFs. And they host a live comedy show in Brooklyn. Join the 2 Dope Queens, along with their favorite comedians, for stories about sex, romance, race, hair journeys, living in New York, and Billy Joel. Plus a whole bunch of other s**t.

    Booking inquiries: chenoae@avalon-usa.comPress Inquires: press@wnyc.org


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  3. Why Plea Bargains Rule Our Justice System - The Leonard Lopate Show - WNYC

    Emily Yoffee discusses how our justice system relies on plea bargains to function. 


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  4. Pulling Back the Curtain - On The Media - WNYC

    Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes here at OTM? (Hint: Not everybody speaks as cleanly as it might …


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  5. A Transgender Child Confronts Growing Up - WNYC

    Meet Q Daily, who’s on the cusp of adolescence and facing decisions about his changing body — amidst a national conversation …


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  6. We See Ourselves in Black Mirror - Note to Self - WNYC

    Black Mirror is a tweaked reflection of technology’s worst consequences - a “sarcastic version of the present.’ So of course …


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  7. This Professor Teaches About Drug Use, Including His Own - WNYC

    A professor at Columbia University wants to put a new face on the debate over recreational drug use. A sympathetic …


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  8. The Daily: The Climate Change Battle Through One Coal Miner’s Eyes

    As President Trump promises to revive the ailing coal industry, we’ve been talking a lot about the political and legal implications of mining. But for the 65,000 coal miners in the United States, this is just about daily life. We called one of them on today’s show.

    On today’s episode:

    • To Republicans, he’s a hero. To Democrats, he’s one of the biggest threats in the Trump administration. Scott Pruitt, the chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, is a man who confounds both sides. Coral Davenport gives us the real story.

    • How the federal battles over climate change feel to one coal miner. We talk to Mark Gray, who spent 38 years working in the mines of southern Kentucky.


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  9. Questlove Can’t Take a Compliment - Here’s The Thing - WNYC

    Music mastermind Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson talks to Alec Baldwin about Instagram obituaries, the magic of Jimmy Fallon, and how three …


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  10. Stripped of Their Dignity - WNYC

    For years, female visitors to city jails have been complaining about invasive strip-searches as they try to see their loved …


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