Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Producer

Myke Dodge Weiskopf is a radio producer and editor, field recordist, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. He has worked with This American Life, the BBC, 99% Invisible, TED Radio Hour (NPR), the New Yorker Radio Hour (WNYC), Note to Self (WNYC), PBS' Masterpiece Studio (WGBH), FiveThirtyEight, Slate.com, the Getty Museum, Studio 360 (WNYC), Latino USA, On the Media (WNYC), The Big Listen (WAMU) and many others.

Myke Dodge Weiskopf on KCRW

We’re constantly telling ourselves stories — who we are, where we’re going, what comes next. But what happens when the story you’re telling yourself turns out not to be true?

The Narrative Line

We’re constantly telling ourselves stories — who we are, where we’re going, what comes next. But what happens when the story you’re telling yourself turns out not to be true?

from The Organist

On this season of Lost Notes, the music journalist and author Jessica Hopper is looking at artist legacies. How do they hold up? How do they change over time?

Season 2 is Coming Soon

On this season of Lost Notes, the music journalist and author Jessica Hopper is looking at artist legacies. How do they hold up? How do they change over time?

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Twin Peaks was never just a TV show: it was an obsession and an apparition. In its 2017 incarnation, the real-life deaths of several cast members hang spectrally over the proceedings.

Death in Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks was never just a TV show: it was an obsession and an apparition. In its 2017 incarnation, the real-life deaths of several cast members hang spectrally over the proceedings.

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Actor Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine talks going from Connecticut to "The Chi".

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For years, Ryan O’Connell was in the closet: not because he’s gay, which he is, but because he was ashamed of having cerebral palsy.  His cover? He’d been hit by a car--which was true.

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