Trey Kay

Trey Kay

Host/KCRW Staff, Red State, Blue State

Trey Kay is creator of the Us & Them podcast. (West Virginia Public Broadcasting & PRX) In 2009, he and Deborah George produced the radio documentary “The Great Textbook War,” which was honored with Peabody, Murrow, and duPont-Columbia Awards. He’s produced for This American Life, The New Yorker Radio Hour, Studio 360, Marketplace, American RadioWorks, Morning Edition, Inside Appalachia and PBS Frontline.

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America feels more divided than ever. But the majority of the electorate is actually united on something: they are tuning out from political debates.

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America feels more divided than ever. But the majority of the electorate is actually united on something: they are tuning out from political debates.

from Red State, Blue State

72,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year. A lot of that was from opiates. What started small has become almost unimaginably large.

The Drug Wave Crests

72,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year. A lot of that was from opiates. What started small has become almost unimaginably large.

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Can your cousin with the Bernie Sanders bumper sticker and your uncle with the right-wing conspiracy theories get along during the holidays?

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Can your cousin with the Bernie Sanders bumper sticker and your uncle with the right-wing conspiracy theories get along during the holidays?

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