Voter ID Laws, the Truth about Andy Kaufman and Rating the Ratings
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Texas law that requires an ID to vote. We talk about that, and Andy Kaufman, who died 30 years ago. His former writing partner unravels the mysteries of the comedian’s life and death.
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Oct 20, 2014
Is the Global Economy Still Stuck in Recession?
After three years of smooth sailing on Wall Street, investors were almost complacent, but then the New York Stock Exchange began to jump up and down. On October 8th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had its best day of the year. Last week, it suffered its worst loss. Is worldwide economic recovery being put on hold?
Chef Ludo’s Perfect Omelette, Salt Cod, Can You Fat Shame a Man?
Chef Ludo describes how to make the perfect omelette and we hear about Portuguese Salt Cod. Plus, can you fat shame a man?
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Oct 18, 2014
Lynn Shelton’s ‘Laggies’ and Unlikely On-Screen Friendships
Filmmaker Lynn Shelton shares the unique career path that took her from New York theater actor to Seattle indie director. Her new movie Laggies stars Keira Knightley.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern reviews films weekly in the paper and on KCRW.
Stories that use the tools of economics to explore hidden side of everything, telling you things you always thought you knew but didn't, and things you never thought you wanted to know, but do.
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Good Food on the Road
KCRW’s Good Food host Evan Kleiman talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold of The Los Angeles Times about places you may not have tried yet, but ought to.
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Joe Frank: Return Engagement
“Radio noir,” selected from 230-plus hours of Frank's original programs. Each hour can contain a philosophical exploration, an intimate confession, an absurd comedy, a dark tragedy; all of which he takes to the farthest edge while bringing the listener along for the alternately emotional and/or enlightening ride...
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The Economics of Ebola and the Untold Story of Trapped Chilean Miners
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Fear of Ebola Spreads Faster Than the Virus
50 MIN, 38 SEC
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New Approaches to Reducing Teen Pregnancy
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Mark Whitaker on ‘Cosby: His Life and Times’
28 MIN, 48 SEC
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Which Way, LA? Blog
Award-winning moderator Warren Olney leads lively, thoughtful and provocative discussion on the issues Southern Californians care about.