Best pulitzer podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Pulitzer Center: Field Notes
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Field Notes takes you behind the scenes of international reporting. Award-winning journalists bring you stories from the field—a descent into a mine shaft in the Philippines, a journey aboard a 'deadly' crab-fishing boat in the Bering Sea, behind the gates of a military base in Afghanistan—to give you a glimpse at what it takes to bring a news story to life.
 
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Pulitzer Center: Field Notes
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Field Notes takes you behind the scenes of international reporting. Award-winning journalists bring you stories from the field—a descent into a mine shaft in the Philippines, a journey aboard a 'deadly' crab-fishing boat in the Bering Sea, behind the gates of a military base in Afghanistan—to give you a glimpse at what it takes to bring a news story to life.
 
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Presidential
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Leading up to Election Day 2016, The Washington Post's Presidential podcast explores how each former American president reached office, made decisions, handled crises and redefined the role of commander-in-chief, starting with George Washington in week one and ending on week 44 with the president-elect. Hosted by Lillian Cunningham, the series features Pulitzer Prize-winning biographers like David McCullough and Washington Post journalists like Bob Woodward. New episodes are released on Sundays.
 
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Journal Editorial Report Audio Podcast
 
Hosted by Paul Gigot, the Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial page editor of The Wall Street Journal, the weekly program features newsmakers and members of the Journal editorial page staff debating the major economic, political and cultural issues of the day.
 
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How Did We Get Here
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A WXXI Podcast
 
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Riverhead Books
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We’re a publisher dedicated to extraordinary, ground-breaking, unique fiction and non-fiction writers and their work. Founded in 1994, Riverhead Books is now well established as a publisher of bestselling literary fiction and quality nonfiction. Throughout its history, Riverhead has been dedicated to publishing extraordinary groundbreaking, unique writers. Riverhead’s books and authors have won or been finalists for Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Awards, National Book Critic Circle Awards, M ...
 
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Good Food
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Good Food explores current events, social phenomena, history and culture through the lens of food. From food politics to the science behind cooking, host Evan Kleiman highlights the diverse community of cooks, farmers, entrepreneurs, historians and journalists who have devoted their lives to food. Good Food is the only radio show where you can hear LA Times Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold each week. Get Jonathan Gold's weekly restaurant suggestion sent to your phone! Text "G ...
 
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Freak Out and Carry On
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Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
 
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Film Reviews
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern reviews films weekly in the paper and on KCRW; he airs his current musings on the film industry in a biweekly column for the paper as well. He has worked for The New York Times, the New York Herald Tribune, and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and his freelance writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Playboy, GQ and the Columbia Journalism Review. He has ...
 
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Good Food on the Road
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KCRW’s Good Food host Evan Kleiman talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold of The Los Angeles Times about places you may not have tried yet, but ought to. Get Jonathan Gold's weekly restaurant suggestion sent to your phone. Text the "Good Food" to 69866 and get a text with the name, address and phone number of this week's restaurant.
 
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Common Conversation
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A News & Lifestyle Podcast from a Woman's Point of View. For a full description, or to contact host Diana Aitchison, please visit CommonConversation.info
 
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KCRW's Good Food on the Road
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KCRW’s Good Food host Evan talks with LA Weekly’s Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold about places you may not have tried yet, but ought to.
 
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Freak Out and Carry On
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Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
 
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Producer's Pal Podcast
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Pulitzer prize winners, Major Film Studio CEO's, Film Festival Founders, and Indie Filmmaking Futurists discuss the art of independent film producing and the craft of filmmaking. Hosted by Joshua Brown, intro music by PodcastThemes.com
 
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Tom Shales Podcast
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The Tom Shales Podcast: the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and critic on entertainment and life.
 
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Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton
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Ethan Frome is a novel published in 1911 by the Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Edith Wharton. It is set in the fictitious town of Starkfield, Massachusetts, New England, where an unnamed narrator tells the story of his encounter with Ethan Frome, a man with dreams and desires that end in an ironic turn of events. (
 
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The Front Porch
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Welcome to “The Front Porch,” where we tackle the tough issues facing Appalachia the same way you talk with your friends on the porch. Hosts include WVPB Executive Director and recovering reporter Scott Finn; conservative lawyer, columnist and rabid "Sherlock" fan Laurie Lin; and liberal columnist and avid goat herder Rick Wilson, who works for the American Friends Service Committee. An edited version of “The Front Porch” airs Fridays at 4:50 p.m. on West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s radio ...
 
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Still Processing
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Welcome to the world according to Wesley and Jenna! They’re talking every week (to each other, to colleagues, to friends, to makers) about culture in the broadest sense. That means television, film, books, music — but also the culture of work, dating, the internet and how those all fit together. Wesley is The Times’s Pulitzer Prize winning critic at large, and Jenna is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. They're working it out, one week at a time.
 
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Journal Editorial Report Audio Podcast
 
Hosted by Paul Gigot, the Pulitzer-Prize winning editorial page editor of The Wall Street Journal, the weekly program features newsmakers and members of the Journal editorial page staff debating the major economic, political and cultural issues of the day.
 
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The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport
 
Ken Davenport's popular blog, TheProducersPerspective.com, is now a podcast! On each episode, Tony Award Winning Broadway Producer Ken Davenport interviews a Broadway industry professional to get their perspective on The Great White Way.Collectively, guests on The Producer's Perspective Podcast have won 76 Tony Awards, 12 Grammy Awards, 7 Academy Awards, 5 Emmy Awards, and 1 Pulitzer Prize.
 
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Selected Poems of Robert Frost by FROST, Robert
 
Robert Frost, who lived from March 26, 1874 to January 29, 1963, was a winner of 4 Pulitzer prizes and one of America’s best loved poets. This selection of his poems is a short walk through the variety of his simplistic natural themes and complex social understandings. (Summary by Becky Miller, Canal Winchester, Ohio)
 
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Freak Out and Carry On
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Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
 
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Selected Poems by Robert Frost
 
“Good fences make good neighbors...” If, as a reader, this is one line you do remember, then the poet Robert Frost would have fulfilled his purpose. The highest goal of a poet, he claimed, was to “lodge a few poems where they would be hard to get rid of...” Unforgettable lines and indelible memories are connected with our encounters with America's best-loved and most popular poet. His wonderful pictures of rural life and the deeply philosophical insights they offer remain with us long after ...
 
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Age of Innocence (version 2), The by WHARTON, Edith
 
Edith Wharton became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with this 1920 novel about Old New York society. Newland Archer is wealthy, well-bred, and engaged to the beautiful May Welland. But he finds himself drawn to May's cousin Ellen Olenska, who has been living in Europe and who has returned following a scandalous separation from her husband. (Introduction by Elizabeth Klett) Proof listened by Stav Nisser & Betty M.
 
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Short History of the United States, A by CHANNING, Edward
 
Channing's best known work, A History of the United States, is regarded as one of the most complete and accurate accounts of American history and received the 1926 Pulitzer Prize for History. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
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Program Podcast: The Michael Slate Show: Capitalism's War on Women and the Surprisingly Long Life of Slavery and the Black People in America
 
Podcast for Program: Capitalism's War on Women and the Surprisingly Long Life of Slavery and the Black People in AmericaIn series: The Michael Slate ShowVersion: In an excerpt from a recorded speech, Avakian describes a world of rape and sexual assault and who's to blame. Taylor digs into the current high octane war on women - from attacks on abortion and birth control to the tsunami of violent and degrading porn- and calls for launching a new movement against this war. Filmmaker Sam Pollard ...
 
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A Short History of the United States by Edward Channing
 
First published in 1908, A Short History of The United States by Edward Channing aims to provide a compact and concise account of the events that went into the making of the United States of America. Divided into 45 short chapters which are laid out point-wise, the book is designed as a school text book. Each chapter has a section at the end with a set of questions regarding the facts given in it. Beginning with theories about the first European who may have “discovered” the North American c ...
 
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Freak Out and Carry On
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Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
 
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Cornhuskers by SANDBURG, Carl
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Carl Sandburg's collection of 103 poems that earned a Pulitzer Prize Special Letters Award in 1919.
 
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Conversations
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Charlie Dyer interviews Author and Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times writer Timothy Egan. He talks about The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America.
 
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James Franco, Shruti Ganguly, Bruce Thierry Cheung, and Pamela Romanowsky: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Actor James Franco, directors Bruce Thierry Cheung and Pamela Romanowsky, and writer Shruti Ganguly talk about The Color of Time. The film—an ensemble piece by 12 different directors—is an inventive look at the life and work of Pulitzer Prize–winning poet C.K. Williams (Franco). The Color of Time is available on iTunes.
 
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Age of Innocence (version 2), The by WHARTON, Edith
 
Edith Wharton became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with this 1920 novel about Old New York society. Newland Archer is wealthy, well-bred, and engaged to the beautiful May Welland. But he finds himself drawn to May's cousin Ellen Olenska, who has been living in Europe and who has returned following a scandalous separation from her husband. (Introduction by Elizabeth Klett) Proof listened by Stav Nisser & Betty M.
 
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Chapters and Challenges
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​One woman's battle — challenging the world — changing the law. Jane Gagliardo was fired by her pharmaceutical powerhouse employer when her disability surfaced. Chapters and Challenges is a weekly podcast inspired by the Pulitzer-nominated book "Call To Witness." For those ​who feel powerless facing what seems like insurmountable challenges​, let this be a light​. Be inspired with Jane and her co-host author, Sherry Blackman, as they bring you true stories. http://CallToWitness.com
 
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WordSmitten
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WordSmitten produces the About the Books broadcast on Sunday afternoons at 5 PM. Our interviews for 2014 include Johnny Temple, book publisher (Akashic Books), and chair of the Brooklyn Literary Council. Recent segments include Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King (Devil in the Grove), literary legend Tom Robbins, Guy Kawasaki (Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur (APE): How to Publish a Book") and Sara Nelson, returning guest to talk about her legendary career as editor-in-chief of Publish ...
 
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Magnificent Ambersons (Growth Trilogy Vol 2) Version 2, The by TARKINGTON, Booth
 
The Magnificent Ambersons is a 1918 novel by Booth Tarkington which won the 1919 Pulitzer Prize. It was the second novel in the Growth trilogy, which included The Turmoil (1915) and The Midlander (1923, retitled National Avenue in 1927). In 1942 Orson Welles directed a film version, also titled The Magnificent Ambersons.The novel and trilogy traces the growth of the United States through the declining fortunes of three generations of the aristocratic Amberson family in a fictional Mid-Wester ...
 
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100%: The Story of a Patriot by SINCLAIR, Upton
 
"100%:The Story of a Patriot" dramatically recounts the adventures of a poor uneducated young man who lives by his wits and guile, as he becomes politicized during his involvement in the sometimes violent struggle between American “patriots” and “Reds”. The author wrote in the Appendix, which is not included in this recording: "Everything that has social significance is truth.... Practically all the characters in "100%" are real persons." This exciting, polemical novel was published in 1920. ...
 
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Business Matters » podcast
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Business Matters is a clear voice on the impact business has on all aspects of life. It’s our job to expose the truth as we best can to promote honest debate. Through an open dialog that is not thwarted by hidden agendas or deception, real change that benefits all can emerge.To help tell our stories, we talk with people who are putting themselves on the line day after day to make sure those in power can’t ignore the consequences of their actions. We mix this with conversations with people wh ...
 
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Freak Out and Carry On
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Freak Out and Carry On, WBUR's politics and history podcast, addresses the urgent issues of our time through the lens of history. Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Ron Suskind and noted Boston College historian Heather Cox Richardson, the podcast examines the national political landscape and dives into the historical context. New episodes available every Thursday.
 
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Prisoner of Morro, A by SINCLAIR, Upton
 
Upton Sinclair, born in 1878 was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author. He wrote over 90 books in many genres. Best known for his muckraking novel, The Jungle, Sinclair also wrote adventure fiction. Many of these works were written under the pseudonym, Ensign Clark Fitch, U.S.N. A Prisoner of Morrow, published in 1898 when Sinclair was but 20 years old, is one of these efforts. The period for this work is the ten-week Spanish–American War which occurred in 1898. Revolts against Spanish ru ...
 
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Beyond the Horizon by O'NEILL, Eugene
 
Beyond the Horizon is a 1920 play written by American playwright Eugene O'Neill. It was O'Neill's first full-length work, and the winner of the 1920 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play focuses on the portrait of a family, and particularly two brothers Andrew and Robert. In the first act of the play, Robert is about to go off to sea with their uncle Dick, a sea captain while Andrew looks forward to marrying his sweetheart Ruth and working on the family farm as he starts a family. (Summary by W ...
 
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KCRW's Film Reviews
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Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of The Wall Street Journal Joe Morgenstern reviews films weekly in the paper and on KCRW; he airs his current musings on the film industry in a biweekly column for the paper as well. Joe has worked for The New York Times the New York Herald Tribune and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and his freelance writing has appeared in The New Yorker The New York Times Magazine the Los Angeles Times Magazine Playboy GQ and the Columbia Journalism Review. He has also writte ...
 
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Ethan Frome (version 2) by WHARTON, Edith
 
Ethan Frome is a novel published in 1911 by the Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Edith Wharton. It is set in the fictitious town of Starkfield, Massachusetts, New England, where an unnamed narrator tells the story of his encounter with Ethan Frome, a man with dreams and desires that end in an ironic turn of events. (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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Tara Stiles and William J. Broad: Meet the Authors
 
Named "Yoga Rebel" by “The New York Times,” Tara Stiles has inspired a wide audience around the world with her healthy and relatable approaches to yoga, meditation, exercise, awareness, nutrition, and everyday well-being. She is the personal instructor to Deepak Chopra and founder and owner of Strala Yoga. William J. Broad, who has practiced yoga since 1970, is the author of seven books and has won every major award in print and television during more than thirty years as a science journalis ...
 
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KCRW's Film Reviews
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Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of The Wall Street Journal Joe Morgenstern reviews films weekly in the paper and on KCRW; he airs his current musings on the film industry in a biweekly column for the paper as well. Joe has worked for The New York Times the New York Herald Tribune and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and his freelance writing has appeared in The New Yorker The New York Times Magazine the Los Angeles Times Magazine Playboy GQ and the Columbia Journalism Review. He has also writte ...
 
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Killer Joe: Official Podcast
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WWhen 22-year-old Chris (Emile Hirsch) finds himself in debt to a drug lord, he hires a hit man to dispatch his mother, whose $50,000 life insurance policy benefits his sister Dottie (Juno Temple). Chris finds Joe Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), a creepy, crazy Dallas cop who moonlights as a contract killer. When Chris can't pay Joe upfront, Joe sets his sight on Dottie as collateral for the job. The contract killer and his hostage develop an unusual bond. Like from a modern-day, twisted fairy ...
 
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Conversations with Allan Wolper
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Hosted by Allan Wolper Audio biographies of people whose lives and ideas are on the cutting edge. Host Allan Wolper is a “journalist’s journalist.” A superb interviewer, radio and television producer, ethics columnist, magazine and newspaper writer, he has been honored by every journalism medium. Wolper has won more than 50 awards, including television’s Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award – the Pulitzer Prize of Broadcast news. Wolper is professor emeritus of Journalism from Rutgers ...
 
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Introducing Aspen’s first "Mind, Body, and Spirit" Podcast!
 
Introducing Aspen’s first "Mind, Body, and Spirit" Podcast! Listen to three times Pulitzer winner Thomas Friedman, Aspen’s Gina Murdock, and meditation expert Cynthia Bourgeault in a new podcast hosted by Aspen Chapel’s Nicholas Vesey. The first of a series of podcasts produced by Explore Booksellers and Aspen Chapel to give a ‘Mind, Body and Spirit perspective of life in Aspen. Listen as you hike, ski or lie in the bath. If you like it – share it, and tell us what you think. Feedback to: ni ...
 
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Petals by LOWELL, Amy
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of Petals by Amy Lowell. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 27, 2011. Amy Lawrence Lowell (February 9, 1874 – May 12, 1925) was an American poet of the imagist school from Brookline, Massachusetts who posthumously won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1926. Lowell was born into Brookline's prominent Lowell family, sister to astronomer Percival Lowell and Harvard president Abbott Lawrence Lowell. She never attended college because her fa ...
 
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Brian Smith: Meet the Author
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For 30 years, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith’s bold, iconic portraits of famous celebrities, athletes, and executives have appeared in advertising and graced the covers and pages of magazines like Sports Illustrated and Forbes. Brian visited the Apple Store, SoHo to talk about his book, Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, and pull back the curtain on the art of creating great images with extraordinary figures.
 
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Doubt: Meet the Filmmakers
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Amy Adams and John Patrick Shanley discuss their new film, Doubt, adapted from Shanley's Pulitzer Prize and Tony-award winning play. The film stars Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Adams, and tells the story of a nun who confronts a priest after suspecting him of paying too much attention to a student. Set in the Bronx in 1964, Doubt is a story about the quest for truth, the forces of change, and the devastating consequences of blind justice in an age defined by moral conviction. Mir ...
 
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matt Richtel wrote A Deadly Wandering , a nonfiction narrative that was selected as this year's Book in Common. It is a mystery and a landmark investigation that explores the science of attention in the digital age. This week join Nancy for a conversation with a reporter who is coming to Laxson Auditorium on the Ch ...…
 
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Actress Vella Lovellhttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/totaltutor/2017/10/12/crazy-ex-girlfriend-actress-vella-lovellThe Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Actress Vella Lovell.For two seasons of CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, Vella’s character Heather has been the fan favorite/standout comic relief alongside Golden G ...…
 
Vietnamese American writer Viet Thanh Nguyen describes himself as "numb and shocked" after winning a MacArthur "genius grant." The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Sympathizer," his debut novel, was cited by the MacArthur Foundation for "challenging popular depictions of the Vietnam War and exploring the myriad ways that war lives on for t ...…
 
Chefs Collaborative was founded in 1993 as a non-profit network focused on inspiring, educating and celebrating chefs and food professionals dedicated to working towards a better, more sustainable food system. For their 8th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit, Growing Community – Owning the Future, food professionals from across the country gathe ...…
 
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jennifer Egan, whose new novel is Manhattan Beach (Scribner). This week’s Write the Book Prompt was generously suggested by my guest, Jennifer Egan, who - as you’ve just heard - discovers her story as she writes it, knowing only the time and place when she begins. This prompt is very much in keeping with that appro ...…
 
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Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast
 
Pulitzer Prize winning historian Anne Applebaum discusses The Holomodor, which means literally 'the hunger death', which saw nearly four million people die of deliberate starvation between 1932 and 1933.
 
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Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
 
Bill Camp, the Emmy and Tony nominated actor, has had an illustrious career on stage and in film for over three decades. His most recent turn as "Dennis Box" in HBO's highly acclaimed limited series "The Night Of " earned him an Emmy nomination for his compelling portrayal of an NYPD Detective in pursuit of the truth. Camp brought tremendous pa ...…
 
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On TAP: A Theatre and Performance Studies Podcast
 
Sarah Bay-Cheng talks to Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Paula Vogel about Vogel's PhD, theatre critics, and teaching young playwrights.
 
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Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
 
Comprising only a few ancient verses, the story of Adam and Eve has served as a mirror in which we seem to glimpse the whole, long history of our fears and desires. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Stephen Greenblatt, a Harvard professor and general editor to The Norton Anthology of English Literature, explores its literary and cultural history in ...…
 
In the wake of high political tensions between President Donald Trump and the NFL, John Branch, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for the NY Times, joins the program to discuss his recent article titled “The Awakening of Colin Kaepernick.” The guys also talk Patriots football with MassLive.com beat writer Kevin Duffy (final half hour). Local topi ...…
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer John Branch, of the NY Times, joined the Seacoast Sports Weekly program Saturday morning to discuss his recent article titled: "The Awakening of Colin Kaepernick." Click for the full interview.
 
On this weeks episode of Whiskey Politics, we welcome back Michael Ramirez and discuss some of his latest provocative art. Michael is a two-time winner of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize and a three-time Sigma Delta Chi, Society of Professional Journalism Award winner. Michael is a former Senior Editor and the Editorial Cartoonist for Investor’s ...…
 
For many of us who care about the environment, the current political climate and federal-level actions can be particularly discouraging. As Junot Diaz, a Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, recently said, “There’s nothing about our impoverished political systems...that is going to be able to hold us together in the face of the coming storm of climat ...…
 
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Could Ted Cruz sink the latest republican attempt at Obamacare repeal? Yes. Will he? That’s now the question, we’ll explore. Also, what really happened that caused fires to break out at a chemical plant during Harvey. We’ll hear what environmental regulators are looking into one month later. Plus Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and native Houst ...…
 
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Remembering The Passed
 
Remembering Walter Becker, John Ashberry, Larry Elgart In the late 1960’s, Walter Becker, a precocious but desultory student from Manhattan, attended Bard College and met another student, Donald Fagen. The two of them went on to form the rock band Steely Dan, which combined jazz and rock rhythms with erudite lyrics. Steely Dan became one of the ...…
 
Dr. Rhone Fraser is an independent writer and journalist born of Jamaican immigrants in Brooklyn, New York, on October 12, 1979. He earned his Ph.D. in African American Studies from Temple as of August 31, 2012. His dissertation was a literary and historical analysis of Pauline Hopkins, A. Philip Randolph and Paul Robeson. His dissertation advi ...…
 
Monday on Lake Effect : A look at the Panama Papers - the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative report that led to global protests and the resignation of two world leaders. Later, what members of the Millennial generation are missing from skipping classic films like Casablanca or His Girl Friday . One of the actors in the play Domino Heart refle ...…
 
As Nebraska celebrates 150th years of statehood, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian says the state’s role in forming the nation into what it is today is sometimes forgotten, but shouldn’t be. T.J. Stiles argues that Nebraska and the Great Plains were actually at center stage for some of t...…
 
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Podcast – Investigative Post
 
After a hiatus, Investigative Post has resumed its podcast program with a Jim Heaney interview with Sarah Cohen, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and editor with The New York Times. http://www.investigativepost.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/170917_Postcast_mixdown-1.mp3 Cohen, a Buffalo native, will be the keynote speaker at Investigative P ...…
 
Michael Shannon has been a success on stage, screen and television and he has plenty of hardware to prove it. The Tony and Oscar-nominated actor is bringing his talents to McCarter Theatre in Princeton for the latest performance of Simpatico. Buried secrets, blackmail, and false identities race onto the stage in Simpatico , a tragicomedy about ...…
 
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Well Job!
 
(photo credit: Flickr/Tam Tam) 3:18 In a tweet, Nessa Diab, a radio host and Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend, compared Ray Lewis and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti to Samuel L. Jackson's character in "Django Unchained." Did it hurt Kaepernick? 7:20 Kaepernick in context: Ali, Brown, and other civil rights leaders whose skills made them impossible n ...…
 
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Freaky Franchise
 
Trilogies go back to the beginning, and that is certainly what this movie did. Join us as we learn how the movie magic of Hollywood and the origin of the Ghostface killer are somehow connected. We'll also talk about Gale's bangs, Pulitzer Prizes, not drying off after you shower, and why this movie might exist in the same universe as Grey's Anat ...…
 
“From the bottom will the genius come that makes our ability to live with each other possible. I believe that with all my heart.” These are the words of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dominican-American writer Junot Díaz. His hope is fiercely reality-based, a product of centuries lodged in his body of African-Caribbean suffering, survival, and genius.…
 
Along the campaign trail, candidate Donald Trump promised to donate money out of his own pocket to local charities. Washington Post reporter David A. Fahrenthold followed up on the pledges and learned a lot about the future president in the process. Fahrenthold talks to host Krys Boyd about his Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation, which is col ...…
 
Along the campaign trail, candidate Donald Trump promised to donate money out of his own pocket to local charities. Washington Post reporter David A. Fahrenthold followed up on the pledges and learned a lot about the future president in the process. Fahrenthold talks to host Krys Boyd about his Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation, which is col ...…
 
September 11, 2017 – his week, our time machine travels back to 1840 for a belt of hard cider courtesy of presidential candidate — William Henry Harrison. A hero in the War of 1812, “Old Tippecanoe” and served in a variety of public offices, before winning the Whig nomination and making a bid for the presidency with Virginia Democrat John Tyler ...…
 
In episode one I review "Digital Photography Basics" by Rick Burress, converse with professional photographer Leanna McDonald, share a quote from Eudora Welty, and suggest blurring your photos intentionally. That's the short version. Here's some more… Leanna and I went to high school together (Go Hawks!) where she was editor of the yearbook and ...…
 
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Seal It With A Smile™ | Teaching | Education | Emotions | Brain Building | Classroom | Psychology | Emotional Labor | Relationships
 
The Mission I remember the little school house in East Texas arboretum, a replica of an early Texas school house; chairs are all lined up perfectly, with old books that talk about agricultural measurements and calculations. There’s quite a bit of mathematical calculations that were needed back in rural communities and for many who continue to l ...…
 
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Freedom, Books, Flowers & the Moon
 
With Stig Abell and Thea Lenarduzzi – The meaning of the 15th-century Voynich manuscript – a strange compendium of undecipherable signs, astrological symbols and pictures of nude bathing women – has long eluded scholars. We're joined by bibliographical sleuth Nicholas Gibbs, who appears to have discovered the manuscript's secret; to mark the do ...…
 
Maureen Dowd, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist with the New York Times talks to Chris Dooley about the Trump presidency, which she says is "the craziest thing that's ever happened in American political history". She shares her unique insight into the pressures faced by occupants of the White House and the psychology of its current tenant, and t ...…
 
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