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"What would your last meal be?" On this James Beard Award nominee for best podcast, National Edward R. Murrow award-winning reporter Rachel Belle asks every guest this question - but that’s just the beginning! Each dish’s origins, preparation, and cultural influence are among the many stones upturned as Rachel consults chefs and culinary anthropologists, fishmongers and fry cooks on her quest to explore every facet of Your Last Meal. Episodes every two weeks. Original music by Prom Queen.
A nature writer living in Wellfleet, Robert Finch has written about Cape Cod for more than forty years. He is the author of nine books of essays. A Cape Cod Notebook airs weekly on WCAI, the NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. In both 2006 and 2013, the series won the New England Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Radio Writing.
Dave Ross, CBS commentator and winner of multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards for excellence in journalism, provides a daily, bite-sized commentary on the people and events making news in your world.
Heard Sunday – 7pm – 8pm on WLS(890AM). Bill Cameron is considered the "dean" of radio political reporters in Chicago. Bill's coverage of Chicago politics began with the first Mayor Daley, Richard J., and includes the "revolving-door administration" of Mayor Jane Byrne, the "Council Wars" of the city's first black mayor, Harold Washington, the second Mayor Daley, and now Rahm Emanuel. Bill is the winner of two Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio & Television News Directors Association, sh ...
A miniature radio show that tells stories with sounds instead of, well, stories. Sign up on our website to receive new episodes: Every ninety-second episode is about a different sound. You could hear Earth Whistlers, mudpots, or bridges; a dying language, a forgotten language, or a way to communicate without words; what it's like to have auditory hallucinations, hearing loss, or tinnitus; famous music made by accident, by a murderer, or by a computer; or the call of th ...
Join me as we revisit, re-examine, and reminisce about the life, times, films and death of Hollywood's most beloved star--Marilyn Monroe.
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Dave Ross on using facial recognition software to catch shoplifters.
I have often wondered how our year-round fauna and flora manage to withstand the extremes of weather that a Cape Cod year comprises: temperatures at or below freezing at one end and sweltering heat in the 90s at the other. I know some of the physiological adaptations involved, but, really, it is hard to imagine the experiences of our oaks and p ...…
Dave Ross would no longer like to be referred to as "white".
Dave Ross on the NZ shooter's plans for the U.S.
Dave Ross on the impending presidential debates.
Dave Ross on Israel criticizing Israel.
I tend to think of Nantucket as this place that is constantly shifting, and in many ways it is. People come and go, drift with the seasons and the tides. Our population ebbs and flows from some 17,000 in the off season to close to 50,000 in the summer. This time of year, school break arrives and the island clears out except for the few of us le ...…
Dave Ross composes an updated version of the classic song "It's not easy being green." After all, these days, it's not easy being green for the planet.
Dave Ross on being dazzled by celebrity.
Dave Ross on Trump payouts to Michael Cohen.
Dave Ross on doping in contract bridge.
The sun was low in the horizon when I arrived at Tashmoo Pond. The temperature was above average for a February day. Mid-forties I guessed. One week earlier, it had been in the teens.By (Liz Lerner).
Dave Ross regrets trying to understand why his taxes are going up.
Dave Ross has a job for the Billionaire Super Friends.
Samin Nosrat is the James Beard Award winning, New York Times bestselling author of the book Salt Fat Acid Heat and the charming host of the Netflix series by the same name. Samin laughs easily, is brimming with curiosity and brings new life and authenticity to the saturated world of food media. Get yourself a boyfriend who looks at you the way ...…
Dave Ross on whether or not to believe Michael Cohen.
Dave Ross ponders alternative firearm legislation.
A line of poetry passed through my mind yesterday, about a landscape so pure, so cold and quiet, that one could “feel the shadow of the hawk’s wing pass over the land.” I felt that same silence of a hawk at the moment when all the busy chatter, the comings and goings of the birds at my half dozen bird feeders came to an abrupt halt.…
Can Hollywood learn something from it's own messaging?
Dave Ross on Jussie Smollett and future claims of racist attacks.
Dave Ross on the responsibility of publishers, since social media has made everybody a publisher.
Dave Ross on eliminating the speed limit.
Dave Ross asks if there's a more extreme Republican presidential candidate out there.
The first thing you notice about Nantucket’s colony of grey seals is the smell. You smell them before you see them. And when they look at you, with a strange mammalian sort of recognition, you realize they must be able to smell you , too.By (Liz Lerner).
Dave Ross with two positive things from the Congressional compromise bill.
Phil Rosenthal is the creator and co-producer of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (yo, that show got 69 Emmy nominations!) but now his passion is introducing Americans to fantastic foreign food destinations as the host of his Netflix show "Somebody Feed Phil." Phil enthusiastically eats al pastor in Mexico City and pastéis de nata in Lisbon, but his l ...…
Dave Ross suggests some patriotic collusion on this border wall situation.
Dave Ross on what it takes for someone to storm off of their own show.
My friend Ken sent me a clipping from the Cape Cod Times a few weeks ago that really amused me and got me thinking. It’s a story about a man who discovered the jaw bone of a Right Whale in Yarmouth Port, collected it, and sold it a couple days later. The story was amusing because the man acts and sounds like a Damon Runyon character, but there ...…
Dave Ross on digging through yearbooks for past offenses.
Dave Ross on Elizabeth Warren's heritage.
My friends who still live in cities think I talk too much about the weather. In cities, weather talk is relegated to small talk--the cheapest of all talk. On an island, weather is big talk. On an island, tide charts are tacked to kitchen walls like religious icons, a different sort of devotional. On an island in winter, the talk is usually of w ...…
Dave Ross believes the NFL needs a new rule to keep the Super Bowl interesting.
Dave Ross asks which of life's risks require insurance.
Dave Ross on Howard Schult''s hurdles.
Nora McInerny is an author and host of one of Rachel's favorite podcasts: Terrible, Thanks for Asking, "a funny/sad/uncomfortable podcast about talking honestly about our pain, our awkwardness, and our humanness, which is not an actual word." For her last meal, Nora wants a magically delicious childhood favorite, so we talk to General Mills abo ...…
Dave Ross wants to harness the power of the Polar Vortex.
Dave Ross with a lesson on inner strength (and outer strength and road rage)
The chaos of the natural world is a wonder to be enjoyed, but there is also a strong human impulse to impose order. In an effort to understand, we measure, count, name, categorize, and catalogue. It’s like a parent entering an adolescent’s messy room: socks and underwear in one drawer, shoes and sneakers lined up, games and puzzles on the shelf.…
Dave Ross on the warning signs during the 2016 election.
Dave Ross on getting loans to pay for groceries.
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