Lin-Manuel Miranda is the star and creator of the biggest musical this century has seen: Hamilton. These days, he’s got another show on Broadway: Freestyle Love Supreme. It’s an improvised hip-hop performance where the performers get their prompts from the audience. He’s also starring in the new HBO show His Dark Materials. It’s a fantasy series based on the book by the same name. Lin-Manuel Miranda talks about how his career has changed since Hamilton. We’ll also talk about the time he turned down a part in a Marvel movie.
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A man is getting re-married. Is it shoddy to use the same officiant as his first wedding? Dan talks to a woman who had a blurry encounter with another woman as a very sexually repressed Christian school. Her lover called it rape the next day. It’s been ten years, and in this #MeToo era, the caller wonders if she should find the woman and apologize. On the Magnum, a biseuxal woman wonders how she can reconcile being shy and also explore her sexually dominant side. Dan brings the wonderful Midori, wholeads the ForteFemme Women’s Dominance Intensive. She knows her stuff, and will surely help churn out an army of joyfully dominant women. Also, Dan issues a tutorial on how to talk dirty without being vulgar. Ok Miss Manners…206-302-2064 This podcast is brought to you by Stamps.com. Click on the microphone and enter “Savage” for postage, a digital scale, and a 4 week trial. This episode of the Savage love cast is brought to you by Everlane: Luxury basic clothing and accessories, made at ethical factories without those retail markups. For free shipping, and to support the Lovecast, go to Everlane.com/Savage This episode is brought to you by Squarespace. They make it easy to build a website or blog. Give it a whirl at Squarespace.com/Savage and if you want to buy it, use the code Savage for a 10% off your first purchase.
Lena Waithe: How the writer and producer’s new film Queen & Slim is both a meditation on blackness and a universal
Emmy-winning writer and producer Lena Waithe joined Tom Power live in studio to talk about her latest film, Queen & Slim, about a clumsy first date that ends in a police shooting.
Powerhouse country trio Lady Antebellum perform in the q studio and open up about making Ocean, their most vulnerable record yet. Vancouver-based shoe designer John Fluevog shares the inside story of Canada’s outsider shoe brand. Emmy-winning writer and producer Lena Waithe explains how her new film Queen & Slim is both a meditation on blackness and a universal love story.
Vancouver-based shoe designer John Fluevog talks about walking stories, strange prophecies, and why you’re made correctly.
Powerhouse country group Lady Antebellum drop by the q studio to perform some new songs from their latest album, Ocean.
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On The Gist, Nikki Haley.In the interview, Mike talks to Senator Sherrod Brown about his new book Desk 88: Eight Progressive Senators Who Changed America. They talk about these forgotten figures, what people can learn from them, and the power and limits of bi-partisanship.In the Spiel, South Carolina.Slate Plus members get bonus segments and ad-free podcast feeds. Sign up now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy, OTM is using its podcast feed for a series of conversations about an alarming loss of trust, faith and devotion by Americans for American democracy — and what to do about it. Bob h