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The New Yorker: Politics and More
 
A weekly discussion about politics, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden.
 
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The failure of the Conservative Party to gain a parliamentary majority in the UK general election held earlier this month has been seen as a repudiation of Prime Minister Theresa May and her plan for the British withdrawal from the European Union. Sam Knight joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how England is coping with its strains of populism a ...…
 
Wicked Rhody podcast hosts Mary and Ben talk about Rhode Island events for the week of 6/16/17, including: Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher Download: (.mp3) | Mobile Play Social: Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram Culinary Herbs and Artisanal Cocktails Blooming Artisan Thursday, June 22 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM https:// ...…
 
What happens in the Trump era when art and politics collide? Rebecca Mead joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the controversy over a production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in New York, and two other works that have sparked heated debate on the right and the left: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” and Margaret Atwood’s “A Handmaid’s Tale.”…
 
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What happens in the Trump era when art and politics collide? Rebecca Mead joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the controversy over a production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in New York, and two other works that have sparked heated debate on the right and the left: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” and Margaret Atwood’s “A Handmaid’s Tale.”…
 
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This week, the former F.B.I. director James Comey testified before Congress about his private meetings with the President. David Grann joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the F.B.I.’s controversial political history, and how a man who prizes apolitical crime-fighting found himself all but accusing Trump of obstruction of justice…
 
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What do Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, his lecturing of NATO, and his embrace of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, have in common? Ryan Lizza joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what diplomacy looks like when it is premised on spite.
 
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Ryan Lizza talks to Dorothy Wickenden about his recent interview with the former acting attorney general, Sally Yates, who described her tumultuous days in the Trump Administration and the constitutional hazards the President now confronts.
 
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On Tuesday, the President dismissed FBI Director James Comey, who was leading an investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Evan Osnos joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Trump continues to damage his own presidency.
 
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Since the election of Donald Trump, the Democratic Party has struggled with ideological rifts between its moderate and progressive wings. John Cassidy and Benjamin Wallace-Wells join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what a coherent anti-Trump agenda for the Democratic Party might look like.
 
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Donald Trump is trying to regain the offensive on his major policy initiatives. Can he get Congress to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, pursue his tax-reform plan, and reach an agreement about the wall along the Mexican border? Ryan Lizza joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how much control Trump retains over his agenda, and what role the media i ...…
 
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This week, Fox News fired Bill O’Reilly after it was revealed that millions of dollars were paid to settle multiple sexual harassment claims against him. Rebecca Solnit joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the politics of misogyny in the media, the workplace, and the White House, and how women are fighting back.…
 
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This week, after President Trump radically changed course on Russia, Syria, and NATO, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Joshua Yaffa joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Putin is coping with the unpredictability of the Trump Administration.
 
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On Thursday night, President Trump ordered a military strike against an Assad government air base in Syria, after a nerve agent killed more then eighty Syrians. Evan Osnos joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss Syria, Russia, China, and an administration adrift.
 
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This week, President Trump signed an executive order that rolled back key environmental policies, including President Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Robert Stavins joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss why Trump’s plan won’t work.
 
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This week, in testimony before Congress, the director of the F.B.I., James Comey, confirmed that the agency has been investigating possible coördination between the Trump campaign and Russia. Ryan Lizza joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Presidencies can be crippled by scandal.
 
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This week, in The New Yorker, Adam Davidson wrote about Trump Tower Baku, a project in which the Trump Organization collaborated with corrupt Azerbaijani officials who had ties to Iran's Revolutionary Guard. Adam Davidson joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what the Baku deal reveals about how Trump does business abroad.…
 
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This week, the Trump Administration was again besieged by allegations of inappropriate contact with Russian officials during their Presidential campaign. Thomas Mallon, the author of the best-selling novel “Watergate,” joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what Trump could learn from Nixon’s attempted cover-up of the 1972 break-in at the offices o ...…
 
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Can the new National Security Adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, impose order to the President’s foreign policy endeavors? George Packer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what McMaster learned from the mistakes of Vietnam and the Iraq War, and how he is approaching his job in Trump’s inner circle.
 
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This week, Donald Trump devoted a White House press conference to accusing his perceived enemies of spreading falsehoods. Sissela Bok, the author of a seminal book on political lying, joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss Trump's continued assault on the truth.
 
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Teddy can't stop thinking about Ron's new gun. And all that thinking is driving Teddy mad.Ron's New Gun was written by David Wilcox and devised with Johanna Hyman and Brandt Sandeno. It was engineered by Tara Jane O'Neil and features the voices of Brandt Sandeno, Michael Bulington, Darrett Sanders, Armond Anderson-Bell, David Wilcox, Chris Jon ...…
 
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This week, after an appeals court upheld a stay on Trump’s executive action on immigration, the President resumed stoking fears about potential threats to national security. Ryan Lizza joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the politics of Trump’s obsession with Islamic extremism.
 
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Dr. Ali Fadhil, who worked as a translator for Americans during the Iraq War and is now an internist in Georgia, speaks to Dorothy Wickenden about Trump’s recent executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations. He talks about the unintended consequences of the ban on rural clinics and hospitals, which are heavily staffed b ...…
 
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One of Trump's favorite campaign slogans was: “Drain the Swamp,” yet his cabinet is full of bankers, industry insiders, and special-interest lobbyists. Jim Stewart joins Dorothy Wickenden to talk about Trump's shift from populist candidate to plutocratic President, and why he refuses to release his tax returns.…
 
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The Republicans’ determination to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act poses problems for the new President. John Cassidy joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Democrats intend to use the coming battle to weaken Trump’s support among voters.
 
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This week, the world got a preview of the new Administration, in Donald Trump’s bizarre first press conference and the testimony of several cabinet nominees. Evan Osnos joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the President-elect's alleged entanglements with Russia, and the policies on which he and his top advisers disagree.…
 
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Last month, after five years of civil war, the Assad regime defeated rebel forces in Aleppo. Jon Lee Anderson joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss a conflict that has resulted so far in the deaths of some four hundred thousand Syrians, and the displacement of nearly half the country’s population. Could the United States have made a difference, an ...…
 
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Donald Trump’s victory in November was followed by protests across the country. The opposition will continue in Washington during the Inauguration and into the new Administration. Jelani Cobb joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss those grassroots efforts and what effect they could have on the Trump Administration, and on the legacy of Barack Obama.…
 
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This week, while Senator John McCain was describing the Russian cyber attacks on the U.S. as a potential "act of war,” Russian-backed Syrian soldiers were accused of massacring civilians in Aleppo as the Assad regime took back the city. Joshua Yaffa joins Dorothy Wickenden from Moscow to discuss how these controversies are viewed inside Russia.…
 
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Is the Electoral College a better way to elect a president than by popular vote? Jeffrey Toobin joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss concerns about disenfranchised voters and Senator Jeff Sessions, Trump’s nominee for Attorney General.
 
CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is proud to be the distributor of the second part of Jason Drury’s epic tribute to James Horner. A few months ago Jason premiered the first episode of his radio documentary THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF JAMES HORNER, a brilliant program researched and produced by Jason featuring fascinating insight into one of the world’s great fi ...…
 
CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO is proud to be the distributor of the first part of Jason Drury’s epic tribute to James Horner. The first of Jason Drury’s 3-part story on one of the finest composers in movie history begins with an overview of James Horner’s music in the 1980s including musical selections from BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS, STAR TREK II: THE WR ...…
 
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This week, Donald Trump announced the first appointments of his Administration. Some, including his choice of the Breitbart editor Stephen Bannon for a senior adviser, are causing controversy both inside and outside the Republican Party. Matt Lewis and Kelefa Sanneh join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how the Party will govern under a Trump Admin ...…
 
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On January 20, 2017, Trump assumes the office of the President. Jill Lepore and Evan Osnos join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how populist movements in American history give rise to radical social upheavals, and how progressives will try to curtail the power of a Republican Congress and Commander-in-Chief.…
 
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With this year’s Presidential election, gender politics has entered a new dimension. Rebecca Solnit joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how women are taking their revenge on sexual harassers and predators, through social media and in the voting booth. Has Donald Trump sparked another feminist revolt, and if so, why are so many younger women relu ...…
 
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They used to embrace the Democratic Party. This year, those voters comprises the core of Donald Trump’s support. George Packer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss why the Bill and Hillary Clinton catalyze the anger of the white working class, and whether a Clinton administration could win them back.
 
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Thomas Mallon, the author of novels about American politicians ranging from Abraham Lincoln to Ronald Reagan, joins Dorothy Wickenden to explain why Hillary Clinton would make a compelling protagonist, but Donald Trump wouldn’t.
 
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This week, Donald Trump declared that “the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to.” With Trump’s path to the White House narrower than ever, Adam Davidson and Evan Osnos join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the wreckage caused by the Trump candidacy, and the uncertain future of the Republican Party.…
 
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Last week, The New York Times reported that in 1995, Donald Trump claimed a financial loss of almost a billion dollars, a write-off that might have entitled him not to pay federal income taxes for almost two decades. This week also brought new revelations in an unfolding scandal concerning malfeasance within Wells Fargo Bank. John Cassidy and S ...…
 
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In 1944, Roger Angell cast his first vote for president, a mail-in ballot for Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This year, Roger will vote in his nineteeth presidential election. It is, in his opinion, the most important of his life. He ll joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss why he believes the country to be facing a danger unmatched since the Second W ...…
 
Jill Lepore and John Cassidy join Dorothy Wickenden to talk about what’s wrong with Donald Trump’s dystopia and with the slick packaging of Hillary Clinton.http://www.newyorker.com/podcast/political-scene/who-speaks-for-americans
 
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The attacks last weekend reignited fears about how well guarded the country is against extremist violence at home. John Cassidy and Steve Coll join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what really fosters hate groups, and how Clinton and Trump are addressing the issue of homeland security.
 
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No one has been more surprised by this evolution of this presidential campaign than the press assigned to cover it. What role has the media played in shaping our perceptions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton? Three of the New Yorker’s writers--Evan Osnos, Margaret Talbot, and Ben Wallace-Wells--join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how we ended u ...…
 
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James K. Glassman, who served as George W. Bush’s under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs, joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how the GOP can save itself if Republicans vote for the Democratic presidential nominee .
 
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This week, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump gave starkly contrasting speeches about American greatness. Evan Osnos joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss how Trump’s bleak message about a country under siege by illegal immigrants and terrorists breaks all the political rules--and why it works.
 
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This week, Hillary Clinton came under attack by the conservative group Judicial Watch, the press, and Trump for giving special favors, as Secretary of State, to Clinton Foundation donors. John Cassidy joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the newest accusations of impropriety and how Hillary’s campaign is fighting back.…
 
Improv London - Episode 42 - Zara SwantonWeekly podcast documenting and developing the London improv scene.Zara Swanton@zara_swantonActor, Presenter, Fan of tea and biscuits.Londonhttps://www.facebook.com/zaraswantonactorhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm4748005/http://www.castingcallpro.com/uk/actor/profile/zara-swantonHoopla@hooplaimproImprov comedy ...…
 
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Although she leads in the polls, Hillary Clinton remains deeply unpopular by some measures. How will she win over an antagonistic electorate and fend off attacks from both the left and the right? Benjamin Wallace-Wells joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the next stage of the Clinton campaign.
 
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