When Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick went to his long-time writing partner David Kohan with the idea of reuniting the cast for a one-off web video, Kohan humored him. Little did he know the reunion would end up going far beyond that one short video. Will, Grace, Karen and of course, just Jack -- are now coming back to NBC for two new seasons.
Daley Padley, also known as Hot Since 82, is a British DJ, house music producer and DJ Awards winner currently based in Leeds, UK. With massive hit after hit, Hot Since 82 is responsible for some of the best parties at the world’s most elite clubs and he's stopped by to create an exclusive mix for this week’s Metropolis.
Liza Richardson hosts a weekend evening jam session featuring cosmic rock, scenic techno soul, dub disco-punk and extra classic party explosives from around the world. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
We devote the bulk of this week’s show to food eaten on the ancient Silk Road. Caroline Eden starts us off in Samarkand, then Naomi Duguid and Yasmin Khan take us to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kurdistan and Iran. Back on our side of the pond, Harvest Public Media’s Kristofor Husted reports on the herbicide dicamba, Jonathan Gold eats at Delicious Food Corner and we shop for fresh kale at the market.
Former supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi, the elected leader of Myanmar, are demanding that she give up her Nobel Peace Prize. She's been silent about vicious atrocities committed by the military in her Buddhist-majority country. We get the background of a humanitarian crisis that's not as simple as it looks.
A couple of years ago, Karl Blau put out a lush album filled with Country-Soul-tinged covers. For his new recording, Blau sets out with original material spotlighting his multi-instrumental prowess and his gift for touching hearts.
This week Tom spotlights a dozen gems that he's loved over the years, including early music from Andalusian Spain, spiritual tracks from pianists Tigran Hamasyan and Ola Gjeilo, plus classics from the inimitable Slim Gaillard, sassy Sarah Vaughan, timbales king Tito Puente, and the revenge song master Bobby "Blues" Bland.
The Domestic Worker Bill of Rights was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last September. It ensures that home care workers get overtime pay and protections. But now, more and more of those workers are fighting to make sure the law is enforced.
A judge today sentenced the worst mass shooter, in recorded Orange County history, to life in prison, without the possibility of parole. Scott Dekraai admitted to killing eight people back in 2011 at a salon in Seal Beach. Orange County prosecutors wanted the death penalty. But the D.A.'s office got kicked off the case. Now that the sentencing is over, what's next for O.C. D.A Tony Rackauckas.
Grammy-nominated LA electronic producers Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy are the multi-talented gents who make up DJDS (formerly DJ Dodger Stadium). Known for their fully formed creative visions, these two not only produce feel-good crossover dance songs, but also collaborate on projects in fashion and visual arts with some of the world's most-watched creatives: Kanye West, The Dream, Khalid, and Open Ceremony, to name a few.
Prior to this year, Jimmy Kimmel was the last late night host you'd expect to take on a political issue. Then, he had a son who needed open heart surgery. Now, Kimmel is loudly speaking out against the newest healthcare bill.