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The New Yorker Radio Hour

Hillary Makes History, and Archery Makes a Comeback

In this episode, Patricia Marx gives her favorite summer-camp sport, archery, another try—in her New York City apartment. The New Yorker writers Jelani Cobb, John Cassidy, and Andy Borowitz give us their takeaways from the Democratic National Convention. And Jake Halpern travels to Poland to investigate a local legend about a Nazi train filled with looted treasure, hidden underground.

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