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.

Americans are Sick and Tired of Politics

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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