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The Leonard Lopate Show
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Leonard Lopate hosts the conversation New Yorkers turn to each afternoon for insight into contemporary art, theater, and literature, plus expert tips about the ever-important lunchtime topic: food.
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
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Leonard Lopate hosts the conversation New Yorkers turn to each afternoon for insight into contemporary art, theater, and literature, plus expert tips about the ever-important lunchtime topic: food.
 
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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
 
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 range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
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Leonard Lopate hosts the conversation New Yorkers turn to each afternoon for insight into contemporary art, theater, and literature, plus expert tips about the ever-important lunchtime topic: food.
 
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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
 
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 range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.
 
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Underreported from WNYC's The Leonard Lopate Show
 
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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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
 
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 range of topics — history, politics, science, you name it.
 
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And the Winner Is…2015 Tony Nominees in Their Own Words (The Leonard Lopate 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!
 
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Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “M ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Director Michael Bonfiglio and Executive Producer Katherine Oliver join us to discuss their documentary, “From the Ashes." The film examines what's at stake as the country moves away from coal and toward other types of energy. It looks at the people on both sides of the fight over coal, and what this change will mean for the environment and the ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Journalist Mikhail Zygar, former editor-in-chief of the Russian independent television station TV Rain (Dozhd), joins us to discuss his book, All the Kremlin's Men: Inside the Court of Vladimir Putin. Zygar speaks with Kremlin insiders who paint a portrait of President Vladimir Putin that is far different from the strongman image he projects. I ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Journalist Mikhail Zygar, former editor-in-chief of the Russian independent television station TV Rain (Dozhd), joins us to discuss his book, All the Kremlin's Men: Inside the Court of Vladimir Putin. Zygar speaks with Kremlin insiders who paint a portrait of President Vladimir Putin that is far different from the strongman image he projects. I ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Journalist Mikhail Zygar, former editor-in-chief of the Russian independent television station TV Rain (Dozhd), joins us to discuss his book, All the Kremlin's Men: Inside the Court of Vladimir Putin. Zygar speaks with Kremlin insiders who paint a portrait of President Vladimir Putin that is far different from the strongman image he projects. I ...…
 
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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
 
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, joins us for our latest Please Explain on ticks and Lyme disease. As global temperatures rise, there is an increasing prevalence of ticks, and tick-borne diseases, across the country. Dr. Ostfeld is part of The Tick Project, a five-year study to determine wheth ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Director Michael Bonfiglio and Executive Producer Katherine Oliver join us to discuss their documentary, “From the Ashes." The film examines what's at stake as the country moves away from coal and toward other types of energy. It looks at the people on both sides of the fight over coal, and what this change will mean for the environment and the ...…
 
Eugene Limjoins us to discuss his novel Dear Cyborgs. The novel begins in a small Midwestern town, with two Asian American boys who become friends over their mutual love of comic books. Meanwhile, in an alternate/future universe, Lim tells the story of detective Frank Exit, who is trailing a cultural terrorist named Ms. Mistleto, and their chas ...…
 
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Please Explain (The Leonard Lopate Show)
 
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, joins us for our latest Please Explain on ticks and Lyme disease. As global temperatures rise, there is an increasing prevalence of ticks, and tick-borne diseases, across the country. Dr. Ostfeld is part of The Tick Project, a five-year study to determine wheth ...…
 
Eugene Limjoins us to discuss his novel Dear Cyborgs. The novel begins in a small Midwestern town, with two Asian American boys who become friends over their mutual love of comic books. Meanwhile, in an alternate/future universe, Lim tells the story of detective Frank Exit, who is trailing a cultural terrorist named Ms. Mistleto, and their chas ...…
 
Eugene Limjoins us to discuss his novel Dear Cyborgs. The novel begins in a small Midwestern town, with two Asian American boys who become friends over their mutual love of comic books. Meanwhile, in an alternate/future universe, Lim tells the story of detective Frank Exit, who is trailing a cultural terrorist named Ms. Mistleto, and their chas ...…
 
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, joins us for our latest Please Explain on ticks and Lyme disease. As global temperatures rise, there is an increasing prevalence of ticks, and tick-borne diseases, across the country. Dr. Ostfeld is part of The Tick Project, a five-year study to determine wheth ...…
 
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, joins us for our latest Please Explain on ticks and Lyme disease. As global temperatures rise, there is an increasing prevalence of ticks, and tick-borne diseases, across the country. Dr. Ostfeld is part of The Tick Project, a five-year study to determine wheth ...…
 
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld, Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, joins us for our latest Please Explain on ticks and Lyme disease. As global temperatures rise, there is an increasing prevalence of ticks, and tick-borne diseases, across the country. Dr. Ostfeld is part of The Tick Project, a five-year study to determine wheth ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Director Michael Bonfiglio and Executive Producer Katherine Oliver join us to discuss their documentary, “From the Ashes." The film examines what's at stake as the country moves away from coal and toward other types of energy. It looks at the people on both sides of the fight over coal, and what this change will mean for the environment and the ...…
 
Mary Dearborn joins us to discuss her biography Ernest Hemingway. Dearborn explores the life and work of the famed novelist. She draws on previously unpublished materials to examine his childhood, the beginning of his literary career in Paris and his later years. Mary Dearborn will appear in conversation with Victoria Wilson, her editor, at McN ...…
 
Mary Dearborn joins us to discuss her biography Ernest Hemingway. Dearborn explores the life and work of the famed novelist. She draws on previously unpublished materials to examine his childhood, the beginning of his literary career in Paris and his later years. Mary Dearborn will appear in conversation with Victoria Wilson, her editor, at McN ...…
 
Mary Dearborn joins us to discuss her biography Ernest Hemingway. Dearborn explores the life and work of the famed novelist. She draws on previously unpublished materials to examine his childhood, the beginning of his literary career in Paris and his later years. Mary Dearborn will appear in conversation with Victoria Wilson, her editor, at McN ...…
 
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “My Journey Through French Cinema.” Tavernier revisits the movies and directors who inspired him throughout his career. He also speaks with industry legends who shaped French cinema from the 1930s through the '70s. “My Journey Through French Cinema" opens June 23rd at the Quad Cinema (3 ...…
 
John Schoeffel, staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society's Special Litigation Unit, and Peter Mitchell, its director of training, join us to discuss New York State’s "blindfold law." The law allows prosecutors in criminal cases to withhold police reports or witness statements from the defense until the day of the trial. This means defendants of ...…
 
Elisabeth Rosenthal, Editor-in-Chief at Kaiser Health News and author of An American Sickness, joins us for the latest installment of our series on healthcare and the future of the Affordable Care Act. She’ll discuss the lack of transparency when it comes to hospital and drug costs, offer insight into the proposed GOP House healthcare bill and ...…
 
John Schoeffel, staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society's Special Litigation Unit, and Peter Mitchell, its director of training, join us to discuss New York State’s "blindfold law." The law allows prosecutors in criminal cases to withhold police reports or witness statements from the defense until the day of the trial. This means defendants of ...…
 
Elisabeth Rosenthal, Editor-in-Chief at Kaiser Health News and author of An American Sickness, joins us for the latest installment of our series on healthcare and the future of the Affordable Care Act. She’ll discuss the lack of transparency when it comes to hospital and drug costs, offer insight into the proposed GOP House healthcare bill and ...…
 
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “My Journey Through French Cinema.” Tavernier revisits the movies and directors who inspired him throughout his career. He also speaks with industry legends who shaped French cinema from the 1930s through the '70s. “My Journey Through French Cinema" opens June 23rd at the Quad Cinema (3 ...…
 
Elisabeth Rosenthal, Editor-in-Chief at Kaiser Health News and author of An American Sickness, joins us for the latest installment of our series on healthcare and the future of the Affordable Care Act. She’ll discuss the lack of transparency when it comes to hospital and drug costs, offer insight into the proposed GOP House healthcare bill and ...…
 
Filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier joins us to discuss his film, “My Journey Through French Cinema.” Tavernier revisits the movies and directors who inspired him throughout his career. He also speaks with industry legends who shaped French cinema from the 1930s through the '70s. “My Journey Through French Cinema" opens June 23rd at the Quad Cinema (3 ...…
 
John Schoeffel, staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society's Special Litigation Unit, and Peter Mitchell, its director of training, join us to discuss New York State’s "blindfold law." The law allows prosecutors in criminal cases to withhold police reports or witness statements from the defense until the day of the trial. This means defendants of ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Frank investigates how farmers and farmworkers in upstate New ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Frank investigates how farmers and farmworkers in upstate New ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
The New Yorker staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman discusses her story "Neighborhood Watched." She reports from Little Pakistan, in Brooklyn, where thousands of Pakistani immigrants have settled in the past several decades. Joining her is Mohammad Razvi, founder of the Council of People’s Organization, a community group serving South Asian and Musl ...…
 
Journalist Michael Frank joins us to discuss his latest story in The Atlantic, “Can America's Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?” He is joined by Michael Hurwitz, director of GrowNYC's Greenmarket, and Zaid, one of the organic farmers who supplies food to the NYC Greenmarkets. Frank investigates how farmers and farmworkers in upstate New ...…
 
Journalist and author Helene Stapinski joins us to discuss her new book Murder In Matera: A True Story of Passion, Family, and Forgiveness in Southern Italy. Stapinski grew up hearing stories about her great-great-grandmother, Vita. The story goes that Vita murdered someone in Southern Italy in the 1800s, and eventually immigrated to America wi ...…
 
Journalist and author Helene Stapinski joins us to discuss her new book Murder In Matera: A True Story of Passion, Family, and Forgiveness in Southern Italy. Stapinski grew up hearing stories about her great-great-grandmother, Vita. The story goes that Vita murdered someone in Southern Italy in the 1800s, and eventually immigrated to America wi ...…
 
Journalist and author Helene Stapinski joins us to discuss her new book Murder In Matera: A True Story of Passion, Family, and Forgiveness in Southern Italy. Stapinski grew up hearing stories about her great-great-grandmother, Vita. The story goes that Vita murdered someone in Southern Italy in the 1800s, and eventually immigrated to America wi ...…
 
Historian and novelist Elizabeth Cobbs joins us to discuss her latest book The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers. Cobbs tells the story of the women soldiers who operated the telephone switchboards in France for the U.S. Army during World War I. She reveals how their work helped give women the right to vote in 1920, and details their ...…
 
Historian and novelist Elizabeth Cobbs joins us to discuss her latest book The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers. Cobbs tells the story of the women soldiers who operated the telephone switchboards in France for the U.S. Army during World War I. She reveals how their work helped give women the right to vote in 1920, and details their ...…
 
Historian and novelist Elizabeth Cobbs joins us to discuss her latest book The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers. Cobbs tells the story of the women soldiers who operated the telephone switchboards in France for the U.S. Army during World War I. She reveals how their work helped give women the right to vote in 1920, and details their ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Filmmakers Zeva Oelbaum and Sabine Krayenbühl join us to discuss their film “Letters from Baghdad.” The film explores the life of Gertrude Bell, a British explorer and political officer who helped create the modern state of Iraq after World War I and established the Iraq Museum. The film uses letters, photographs and video footage from Bell and ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Filmmakers Zeva Oelbaum and Sabine Krayenbühl join us to discuss their film “Letters from Baghdad.” The film explores the life of Gertrude Bell, a British explorer and political officer who helped create the modern state of Iraq after World War I and established the Iraq Museum. The film uses letters, photographs and video footage from Bell and ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Filmmakers Zeva Oelbaum and Sabine Krayenbühl join us to discuss their film “Letters from Baghdad.” The film explores the life of Gertrude Bell, a British explorer and political officer who helped create the modern state of Iraq after World War I and established the Iraq Museum. The film uses letters, photographs and video footage from Bell and ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Matt Schaer, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, joins us to discuss his cover story, “The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning.” Schaer spent a week with Manning, learning the story behind her decision to leak classified documents in 2010. Manning received a 35-year sentence for the disclosures, but her sentence was commuted ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Matt Schaer, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, joins us to discuss his cover story, “The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning.” Schaer spent a week with Manning, learning the story behind her decision to leak classified documents in 2010. Manning received a 35-year sentence for the disclosures, but her sentence was commuted ...…
 
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The Leonard Lopate Show
 
Matt Schaer, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, joins us to discuss his cover story, “The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning.” Schaer spent a week with Manning, learning the story behind her decision to leak classified documents in 2010. Manning received a 35-year sentence for the disclosures, but her sentence was commuted ...…
 
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