Our annual mini-stories extravaganza, volume 7
When air traffic controllers went on strike in 1981, Reagan gave them 48 hours to return. Labor would never be the same. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
On the Gist, the third impeachment in U.S. history.In the interview, Mike talks to reporter Dan Weissmann about the cost of healthcare, the horror stories of people navigating the complicated system, and what at all can be done to fix it. Dan’s healthcare podcast is An Arm and a Leg.In the spiel, Jesus and Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week’s episode was recorded LIVE in Durham, North Carolina at the Carolina Theatre in November of 2019. The first case is “Son of a Preacher Ban.” Then, the judge and bailiff rule on cases having to do with excessive planking routines, singing in…
Every Radiotopia podcast created a special episode for the 2019 Fundraiser. Many of these gems focus on the idea of a dream show as in what would your dream show be? well I am already making my dream show and that is thanks to you dear listener. Yes, sometimes there are sponsors but the majority of the support for this podcast comes from listeners who donate to the Radiotopia annual fundraiser. In fact it is thanks to you that I have the freedom to say no to particular brands and products who would like to connect with you. So for our special episode we dive into the rejected sponsor pile - hear the best of the worst! ** Make your mark. Go to radiotopia.fm to donate today.
Learn everything we know about obituaries in 12 minutes! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
AJA Louden is one of the leaders of Western Canada’s street art movement. The Edmonton-based artist joined Tom Power to talk about his new solo exhibit.
On this week’s q screen panel, film critics Jason Gorber and Kathleen Newman-Bremang share their (spoiler-free) reviews of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Strive Studios Music School teacher Brent Wirth shares how his student band became winners in this year’s Canadian Music Class Challenge. Artist AJA Louden talks about his new solo exhibit, his mural of Greta Thunberg, the power of street art, and what it can tell us about a city. Actor Joey King talks about her “nerve-racking” transformation into Gypsy Rose Blanchard in Hulu’s true crime series The Act.
We loved a lot of things in 2019. And now, as the year comes to a close, it’s time to give you just a taste of some of our favorite things of the year. We’ve got movies, music, television, and theater. (Support your local station at donate.npr.org/happy)
Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett on ‘SNL’ Casts vs. NBA Teams, ‘Uncut Gems’, the Iverson Era, and Breaking LeBron | The Bill Simmons Podcast
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett to discuss their new film, ‘Uncut Gems’; sneaky athletic actors; dynamic movie sets; stories from the NBA; ‘SNL’; and more!