U.S. Poet Laureate
Joy Harjo's “Living Nations, Living Words" features the work of contemporary Native American poets, plus an interactive map that places each poet in the place that they feel most…
May. 21, 2021
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A nuclear meltdown near the San Fernando and Simi Valleys was kept secret for 20 years.
from To the Point
Josh, Liz and Tim discuss the infrastructure bill-turned-law and booster shots. We bring on special guest Ali Wyne to talk about the future of U.S. – China relations.
from Left, Right & Center
The Native American activist’s attorney Kevin Sharp tells Robert Scheer why Peltier’s imprisonment is one of the worst miscarriages of justice this country has ever seen.
from Scheer Intelligence
Musician and actor, and author Steven Van Zandt on being in the right place at the right time.
from The Treatment
Idiosyncratic short story writer Diane Williams discusses her new book, “How High? – That High.”
Other states are obsessed with California and its policies, which is a way to show their love, according to Joe Mathews.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
It’s not RICO, but this is the final episode of All The Presidents’ Lawyers.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
Every bookstore is haunted, and Louise Erdrich’s new book, “The Sentence,” is about one.
Why does affordable housing take so long and cost so much to build? KCRW’s Anna Scott and KQED’s Saul Gonzalez team up to find answers.
from Greater LA