The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

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The New Yorker Radio Hour is the program you will look forward to curling up with every weekend. David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, is joined by the magazine's award-winning writers in a weekly hour of radio that will both delight and inform.

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Trevor Noah, Bassem Youssef, the founders of Reductress, and Andy Borowitz talk satire; a far-right blogger in the White House looks for a fight.

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This week on the New Yorker Radio Hour, we look at sexual misconduct in politics — with the defeat of Roy Moore, the resignation of Al Franken, and the Democratic Party's unfinished…

This week, we look at how new advances in robotics may cost millions of people their jobs. And the writer Susan Orlean revisits the story of figure skater Tonya Harding.

This week, we travel to Tangier Island, in the Chesapeake Bay, whose residents could become the first American refugees of climate change.

Bruce Springsteen talks with David Remnick about his expansive musical career and his personal struggles.

David Remnick talks with Ronan Farrow about his reporting on the Harvey Weinstein allegations, and their effect on how we think about sexual harassment in the workplace.

David Remnick talks with the legendary editor Tina Brown about her early encounters with Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein, and about sexism in the workplace.  [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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