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Best Remnick podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Remnick podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.
 
Join former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara as he breaks down legal topics in the news and engages thought leaders in a podcast about power, policy, and justice.
 
Reliable Sources examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover in this weekly CNN program. Full video episodes available in the iTunes store.
 
A weekly discussion about politics, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden.
 
Listen to A Closer Look and more in the audio edition of Late Night with Seth Meyers, weeknights at 12:35/11:35c on NBC.
 
David Axelrod, the founder and director of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, brings you The Axe Files, a series of revealing interviews with key figures in the political world. Go beyond the soundbites and get to know some of the most interesting players in politics.
 
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David Remnick has appeared as the guest of Terry Gross on “Fresh Air” a number of times over the years, talking about Russia, Muhammad Ali, and other subjects. Hosting “Fresh Air” for nearly forty-five years, Gross is a defining voice of NPR, and is perhaps the most celebrated interviewer of our time. In October, 2019, the tables turned, and Gross …
 
Catherine Rampell, S.E. Cupp and Garry Kasparov discuss news overload, and how to cover the rival realities swirling around impeachment. Plus, inside the Washington Post with editor Marty Baron, and New Year's resolutions for the press... via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Michael Moore explains why he thinks there’s still a slim chance the senate could convict Trump and talks about his new podcast. Plus, he discusses the 2020 election, the New York Times’ endorsement of Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren, and Senator Bernie Sanders' fight against climate change. He also takes a few more questions backstage just for …
 
In this clip from the CAFE Insider podcast, "Mock Trial," co-hosts Preet Bharara and Anne Milgram discuss the trial rules proposed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, which Democrats argue give a helping hand to the White House and make it impossible to have fair proceedings. Listen to the full episode with a free 2-week trial of the CAFE In…
 
As he faces only the third Senate impeachment trial in history, the President is desperately trying to soothe his ego and pretend he doesn’t know the key players in the scandal. Then, actress June Diane Raphael talks about her penchant for physically picking up grown men and her children’s comedy chops. She also takes a few more questions from Late…
 
The United States has the largest prison population in the world. But, until the publication of Michelle Alexander’s book “The New Jim Crow,” in 2010, most people didn’t use the term mass incarceration, or consider the practice a social-justice issue. Alexander argued that the increasing imprisonment of black and brown men—through rising arrest rat…
 
Plus... What happens when a president can't handle the truth? Brian Stelter says the result is an impeachment trial. Also: Meet the man who tracks the Fox-Trump feedback loop. Jon Favreau, Dahlia Lithwick, Margaret Sullivan, Meridith McGraw, Sarah Wire, Joe Lockhart, Matt Gertz, and Peter Hamby join Brian Stelter. via Knit…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump as damning new evidence against Trump’s henchmen emerges. Then, Senator Amy Klobuchar talks about the last debate before the Iowa caucus, her history with Ambassador Yovanovitch and Trump’s impeachment trial.…
 
The U.S. has the highest rate of incarceration in the world; although the country makes up about five per cent of the global population, it holds nearly a quarter of the world’s prisoners. David Remnick is joined by WNYC’s Kai Wright, the host of the podcast “The United States of Anxiety,” to talk about mass incarceration and the beginning of a mov…
 
In her new memoir "Uncanny Valley," Anna Wiener reflects on the power of Big Tech through the years she spent at several startups in Silicon Valley. Wiener talks with Brian Stelter about how media coverage and "public sentiment" about Big Tech are changing, the resulting feeling "in tech that people are being unfairly picked upon," plus her favorit…
 
This week, Democratic Presidential candidates met for their final debate before the Iowa caucuses, a few weeks after Trump ordered the targeted killing of the Iranian military commander Qassam Suleimani. They talked about how America’s role in the world is threatened by the President’s erratic—and, in the case of Ukraine, likely criminal—approach t…
 
On this week’s episode of Stay Tuned, "Born to Poll," host Preet Bharara answers your questions about: -- Former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's move to withdraw his guilty plea -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement naming the House Impeachment Managers -- The documents provided to the House Intelligence Committee by Rudy Giu…
 
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin recaps what's happening in pop-culture news. Then, Amber Tamblyn talks about her book Era of Ignition, the effects of having women in power and being a parent in the Trump era. She also speaks to Late Night producer Sarah Jenks-Daly backstage at Studio 8G.
 
In this clip from the CAFE Insider podcast, "'Impeached For Life,'" co-hosts Preet Bharara and Anne Milgram discuss the The politics at play in the impeachment trial of President Trump, expected to begin next week, and the role of Chief Justice John Roberts, who will preside of the proceedings. Listen to the full episode with a free 2-week trial of…
 
Seth takes a closer look at a new poll saying a majority of Americans disapprove of President Trump’s handling of Iran, as the president’s own team struggles to defend his lies and borrows directly from George W. Bush’s playbook. M. Night Shyamalan talks about the eerie premise of Servant and pranking his mother-in-law with the very realistic baby …
 
The New Yorker’s Eric Lach is in Iowa for the month leading up to the Democratic caucuses. Next week’s debate, in Des Moines, was likely going to focus on health care and other domestic issues core to the Democratic platform, but the agenda may instead be dominated by a discussion of the Trump Administration’s killing of the Iranian general Qassem …
 
Plus, a thought experiment by James Fallows; Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on their new book "Tightrope;" and the biggest change about campaign coverage in 2020. James Fallows, John Kirby, Hadas Gold, Bill Weld, Nicholas Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn and Sally Buzbee join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Next week’s debate, in Des Moines, was likely going to focus on health care and other domestic issues, but the agenda will probably be dominated by the Trump Administration’s killing of Iran’s General Qassem Suleimani and America’s history of war in the Middle East. The New Yorker’s Eric Lach, who is in Iowa, describes how the candidates are honing…
 
Sally Buzbee, the top editor of the AP for the past three years, tells Brian Stelter about the news agency's top priorities and challenges, from covering the environment to combating misinformation. She tells how the news outlet is protecting journalists in Iran; fact-checking Donald Trump; and educating the public about polling ahead of the 2020 e…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to rein in President Trump’s war powers as it becomes increasingly clear his administration lied to justify an unconstitutional act of war. Then, Seth talks to Larry David about their shared grievances and the new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
 
Since taking office, President Trump has repeatedly praised Russian President Vladimir Putin, held two summits with Kim Jong Un, of North Korea, and hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago. Trump relies on his instincts when it comes to the conduct of foreign policy, and his sycophancy toward dictators has been a defining feature of his P…
 
On this week’s episode of Stay Tuned, "Targeted Killings: Suleimani & Hoffa," host Preet Bharara answers your questions about: -- John Bolton's statement that he's prepared to testify in the Senate impeachment trial if he's subpoenaed -- Whether the House can continue to call additional witnesses after the articles of impeachment are transmitted to…
 
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Then, he talks to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
 
In this clip from the CAFE Insider podcast, "What Quds Go Wrong?," co-hosts Preet Bharara and Anne Milgram discuss the targeted killing of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force. Listen to the full episode with a free 2-week trial of the CAFE Insider membership.…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump threatening war crimes against Iran after ordering the assassination of a top Iranian General. Then, he talks to presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
 
Plus, Sam Donaldson on "wag the dog" claims and David Frum on lessons learned from the Iraq war... Kim Ghattas, Jasmine El-Gamal, Jason Rezaian, Sam Donaldson, Katie Rogers, Bari Weiss, Paul Rieckhoff, Irin Carmon, Chloe Melas and David Frum join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
David Remnick has appeared as the guest of Terry Gross on “Fresh Air” a number of times over the years, talking about Russia, Muhammad Ali, and other subjects. Hosting “Fresh Air” for nearly forty-five years, Gross is a defining voice of NPR, and is perhaps the most celebrated interviewer of our time. In October, 2019, the tables turned, and Gross …
 
Qassem Suleimani was Iran’s most powerful military and intelligence leader, and his killing, in a U.S. air strike in Baghdad on Thursday night, will likely be taken as an act of war by Tehran. Dexter Filkins, who wrote the definitive profile of Suleimani, in 2013, spoke with David Remnick about the commander’s central role within the Iranian regime…
 
Robert De Niro talks about The Irishman, his history with Joe Pesci and playing a younger character in the film. He also talks about his character in The Irishman and shares the origin of his Robert Mueller impression on Saturday Night Live. Then, Quentin Tarantino talks about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the real people who inspired Brad Pitt an…
 
Should struggling print newspapers shift into nonprofit status? That's what the Salt Lake Tribune did. In late 2019 the Salt Lake Tribune became the first metropolitan daily in the country to go nonprofit, after receiving permission from the IRS to do so. Owner and publisher Paul Huntsman speaks with Brian Stelter about how Salt Lake's application …
 
On this week’s episode of Stay Tuned, "Playing God," host Preet Bharara answers your questions about loyalty, congressional hearing practices, and naturalization ceremonies. Eric Lander is the President and co-founder of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, a biomedical and genomic research lab that's played a central role in the development of …
 
Seth steps away from bleak and depressing news to share a news story about an 82-year-old female bodybuilder who beat up a burglar who tried to break into her home. Michelle Wolf talks about Joe Biden and who she wants to get a massage from. Plus, she reviews some jokes that she recently sent to Seth for his monologue.…
 
Media winners and losers from the past decade; how to combat "truth decay;" and what to expect in media and tech in the next 10 years. David Zurawik, Nicole Carroll, Marc Benioff, Paul Huntsman, Jennifer Kavanagh, Oliver Darcy, and Amy Webb join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Heather McGhee is the former president of Demos, a non-profit progressive think tank devoted to racial justice. She joins David to talk about her upbringing in the South Side of Chicago, the evolution of race relations in the United States, the weaponization of race in present-day politics, and the future of inequality in America.…
 
Late Night staffers Sal Gentile (supervising writer, A Closer Look) and Henry Melcher (supervising producer) look back at the best political segments from Late Night with Seth Meyers in 2019, including A Closer Look excerpts and political interviews that illustrate the strange and interesting year of national news.…
 
In December of 2015, a video appeared on the Internet that stunned surfers worldwide. Titled “Kelly’s Wave,” it showed Kelly Slater—arguably the best pro surfer in history—unveiling a secret project he had been working on for more than a decade. With the help of engineers and designers, Slater had perfected the first artificial wave, created by mac…
 
Patricia Marx is a staff writer at The New Yorker, and has contributed pieces for thirty years. Still, it might not be too late to try out a new career. “There are some jobs and endeavors that look impossibly hard,” she notes. “But conducting [an orchestra]—I just thought, How hard, really, can it be?” Prepared with a little coaching from the real-…
 
Late Night segment producer Sarah Jenks-Daly talks to members of the Late Night talent department about some of their favorite guest segments in 2019. They discuss the stories behind Seth's segments with Adam Sandler, Rihanna, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Robert Pattinson, Jeremy O. Harris and Dolly Parton.…
 
Bryan Stevenson is a civil rights attorney who represents prisoners on death row. Described as “America’s Nelson Mandela,” his Equal Justice Initiative, a non-profit law firm based in Alabama, is dedicated to challenging racial injustice and ending mass incarceration. Stevenson is also the author of the New York Times best-selling memoir Just Mercy…
 
Late Night writer Jenny Hagel pitches a series of lesbian holiday films perfect for the Hallmark Channel. Then, John Mulaney talks about The Sack Lunch Bunch, auditioning children for the show and explaining why he doesn’t want kids to be his young co-stars.
 
North Carolina is a relatively purple state, where voting between the two major parties tends to be close. That might suggest a place of common ground and compromise, but it’s quite the opposite. “A couple of years before the rest of the country got nasty, we started to get nasty,” a North Carolina political scientist tells Charles Bethea. Not long…
 
Sarah Hurwitz, former head speechwriter for First Lady Michelle Obama and senior speechwriter for President Barack Obama, joins David to discuss her early career in politics, the art of speechwriting, and the spiritual journey that culminated in her new book: Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life-- in Judais…
 
Seth steps away from his desk in Studio 8G to chat with Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang in this podcast exclusive conversation.
 
Oliver Darcy, Kerry Flynn, Frank Pallotta and Chloe Melas join Brian Stelter to reflect on the year's biggest media news, from the dawn of Disney+ to the failures of several digital media upstarts. Do you remember all these stories from 2019? Plus, Stelter asks the team to preview big changes happening on their beats in 2020. via Knit…
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump’s deranged rally after becoming the third president in history to be impeached and Republicans threatening to rig the Senate trial in his favor. Joe Pera shares a snowman cake with Seth and talks about acting with Seth’s cameraman, Gene Kelly and the new season of Joe Pera Talks with You. Joe also takes a few more …
 
In the classic play “Cyrano de Bergerac,” a romantic with an exceptionally large and ugly nose pines after an unattainable woman. “As a person who looks like me, whenever I would watch a version of ‘Cyrano,’ I would just think, ‘That’s an actor in a fake nose,’ ” says Peter Dinklage. Dinklage, who has dwarfism, plays the character in a New Group ad…
 
North Carolina is a relatively purple state, where voting between the two major parties tends to be close. That might suggest a place of common ground and compromise, but it’s quite the opposite. “A couple of years before the rest of the country got nasty, we started to get nasty,” a North Carolina political scientist tells Charles Bethea. Not long…
 
Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron discusses impeachment coverage, political headwinds, the Post's investigations unit, and the role of journalism. Brian Stelter also asks Baron about the health of the Post's business, the importance of subscription revenue, and Baron's future at the paper. via Knit…
 
Four months ago, Peter Schjeldahl, The New Yorker’s longtime art critic, was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. In this week’s issue of the magazine, Schjeldahl writes a personal history about New York’s downtown art scene in the sixties, how he overcame years of abusing drugs and alcohol, what led him to art criticism, and the trick of finding b…
 
On this week’s episode of Stay Tuned, "Impeaching 45," host Preet Bharara answers your questions about: -- President Trump’s six-page letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi -- Whether the House should delay sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate -- Chief Justice John Robert’s role and responsibilities in the Senate impeachment trial…
 
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