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NPR: Fresh Air Podcast by Terry Gross

NPR: Fresh Air Podcast

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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.


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Dwight Yoakam / Author Maria Semple

Author: NPR
Tue, Dec 06, 2016


Country music star Dwight Yoakam talks about his grandfather's work in the coal mines and plays songs from his latest album, 'Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars.' Also, producer Sam Briger speaks to author Maria Semple about her comic novel 'Today Will Be Different,' about a stressed-out wife and mother who starts every day with a mantra. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a recording of Dizzy Gillespie's 1980 "concert of the century" in Montreal.

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Transgender Activists Nicole Maines & Kylar Broadus

Author: NPR
Mon, Dec 05, 2016


Nicole Maines was born an identical twin, but unlike her twin brother, never identified as male. She became prominent in the trans community after winning a discrimination lawsuit. Kylar Broadus directed The Transgender Civil Rights Project and was the first openly transgender person to testify before the U.S. Senate. They're both featured in the HBO documentary, 'The Trans List.' Ken Tucker reviews Miranda Lambert's new album, 'The Weight of These Wings.'

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Best Of: Carrie Fisher / LGBTQ Activist Cleve Jones

Author: NPR
Fri, Dec 02, 2016


Carrie Fisher was an insecure 19-year-old when she appeared as Princess Leia in the first 'Star Wars' movie, a role that would come to define her career. She tells Terry Gross that despite becoming romantically involved with her older, married co-star, Harrison Ford, she often felt isolated on set. Fisher has a new memoir called 'The Princess Diarist.' Cleve Jones became an activist after Harvey Milk's assassination, and he lost countless friends to the AIDS epidemic. He conceived the AIDS Memorial Quilt in 1985. His memoir is 'When We Rise.'

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Photographer William Christenberry / Country Singer Charlie Rich

Author: NPR
Fri, Dec 02, 2016


Christenberry, who died on Monday, drew on his childhood experiences in the rural South. One of his pieces was inspired by an encounter he had with a Klansman. [Originally broadcast in 1997] Charlie Rich, who died in 1995, was known for "countrypolitan" music, which featured orchestral arrangements and backup singers. A new Rich tribute album has just been released. [Originally broadcast in 1992.] Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Jackie,' a biopic about Jacqueline Kennedy.

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Trump's Potential Conflicts Of Interest: 'They're Everywhere'

Author: NPR
Thu, Dec 01, 2016


'New York Times' reporter Eric Lipton warns that Donald Trump could take actions as president that would benefit his business holdings, and "it wouldn't be a formal ethics violation," Lipton says. Also jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews prolific guitarist Mary Halvorson's album 'Away with You.'

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'Manchester By The Sea' Director Kenneth Lonergan

Author: NPR
Wed, Nov 30, 2016


Kenneth Lonergan's new film is about a janitor (Casey Affleck), crippled by guilt and grief, who returns to his hometown after the death of his brother. Also, critic at large John Powers reviews two works that confront the refugee crisis.

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LGBTQ Activist Cleve Jones

Author: NPR
Tue, Nov 29, 2016


Jones became an activist after Harvey Milk's assassination, and he lost countless friends to the AIDS epidemic. He says, "There are some days when it is so painful that I really can barely function." He conceived the AIDS Memorial Quilt in 1985. His memoir is 'When We Rise.'

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Carrie Fisher

Author: NPR
Mon, Nov 28, 2016


Carrie Fisher was an insecure 19-year-old when she appeared as Princess Leia in the first Star Wars movie, a role that would come to define her career. She tells Terry Gross that despite becoming romantically involved with her older, married co-star, Harrison Ford, she often felt isolated on set. Fisher has a new memoir, called 'The Princess Diarist.' Also, classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews the national touring production of the Broadway musical "An American in Paris.'

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Best Of: Zadie Smith / Trevor Noah

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 25, 2016


Writer Zadie Smith talks about nostalgia and why she likes talking to people with whom she disagrees. Her new novel is 'Swing Time.' Also, 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah revisits his childhood in apartheid-era South Africa in his new memoir, 'Born a Crime.' Noah says writing the book helped him see that his mother was the real hero of his story.

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Remembering Leonard Cohen

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 25, 2016


Before he died earlier this month, Cohen released a new album with songs that wrestled with mortality, transcendence and the question of God — themes he touched on in this 2006 interview with Terry Gross.

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Johnny Cash / Ray Charles

Author: NPR
Thu, Nov 24, 2016


For Thanksgiving, two archival interviews with American music icons: Cash spoke to Terry Gross in 1997, Charles in 1998.

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Remembering Sharon Jones

Author: NPR
Wed, Nov 23, 2016


The powerhouse soul singer for The Dap-Kings spoke to 'Fresh Air' in '07 and again in '16, after she'd been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Jones died on Nov. 18. Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews Michael Chabon's new novel, 'Moonglow.'

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Trevor Noah

Author: NPR
Tue, Nov 22, 2016


The 'Daily Show' host revisits his childhood in apartheid-era South Africa in his new memoir, 'Born a Crime.' Noah says writing the book helped him see that his mother was the real hero of his story.

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Zadie Smith

Author: NPR
Mon, Nov 21, 2016


Writer Zadie Smith talks about the nature of talent, nostalgia, and why she likes talking to people with whom she disagrees. Her new novel is 'Swing Time.'

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Best Of: Francis Ford Coppola / Casey Affleck

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 18, 2016


Coppola was 29 when he signed on to direct 'The Godfather.' Coppola talks about his disagreements with the studio, casting Marlon Brando, and his own Italian-American family. Also, Casey Affleck talks about his new film 'Manchester by the Sea,' his childhood, and getting cast in 'Gone Baby Gone,' by his brother Ben.

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Novelist Colson Whitehead / Rep. John Lewis

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 18, 2016


As a child, Colson Whitehead imagined the Underground Railroad to be a subway beneath the earth that escaped slaves could ride to freedom. He returns to his childhood vision in his novel, 'Underground Railroad,' which won the National Book Award. Congressman John Lewis recalls marching for voting rights from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965, when he was beaten by police. He spoke to Terry Gross in 2009. Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Manchester by the Sea.'

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Steve Bannon's Rise / Casey Affleck

Author: NPR
Thu, Nov 17, 2016


'Bloomberg' journalist Joshua Green discusses Steve Bannon's work for the alt-right website Breitbart News. Trump's chief strategist, Green says, was "one of the major figures" in Clinton's defeat. Also, Casey Affleck talks about his new film 'Manchester by the Sea,' his childhood, and getting cast in 'Gone Baby Gone,' by his brother Ben.

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Francis Ford Coppola On 'The Godfather'

Author: NPR
Wed, Nov 16, 2016


Coppola was 29 when he signed on to direct a film based on Mario Puzo's novel about an Italian-American crime family. "I was always just trying to bluff the studio to let me do it my way," he says.

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How Trump Could 'Undermine' Obama's Presidency

Author: NPR
Tue, Nov 15, 2016


'New Yorker' writer Evan Osnos talks about the executive orders and other actions that Trump can use to undo existing agreements on climate change, immigration and foreign policy.

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Anna Kendrick

Author: NPR
Mon, Nov 14, 2016


The 'Pitch Perfect' star talks about being small with a powerful voice, her break-out role in 'Up in the Air,' and why church scared her as a kid. Her new book of personal essays is 'Scrappy Little Nobody.' Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the album 'Mid-Thirties Single Scene' from Scott and Charlene's Wedding.

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Veterans Share Stories Of War And Its Consequences

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 11, 2016


To mark Veterans' Day, we're replaying interviews with Iraq War veterans Brian Castner and Kayla Williams, and WWII veteran Robert Kotlowitz. Also, Brian Turner reads his poem 'Here, Bullet.' Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Arrival.'

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The Platinum Age Of TV

Author: NPR
Thu, Nov 10, 2016


"Television has really become where a lot of the action is right now," critic David Bianculli says. His new book revisits the best of the small screen — from 'I Love Lucy' to 'The Walking Dead.' Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Pieces of Soap,' a book of essays by Stanley Elkin.

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How Trump Broke Campaign Norms But Still Won

Author: NPR
Wed, Nov 09, 2016


We discuss the 2016 election with 'Atlantic Magazine' correspondent James Fallows, who spent three years flying his own plane to small towns across the U.S., reporting on the people he met.

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Issa Rae On 'Insecure'

Author: NPR
Tue, Nov 08, 2016


In the HBO series 'Insecure,' Issa Rae's character feels like she's "not black enough for the black people and not white enough for the white people." Rae talks about her comedy influences, growing up with a Senegalese father, and her web series 'The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.' John Powers reviews the film 'Certain Women.'

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'Doonesbury' Cartoonist Garry Trudeau / 'Westworld' Creators

Author: NPR
Mon, Nov 07, 2016


"Donald and I go all the way back to when his hair was dark brown," Garry Trudeau jokes. His new book, 'Yuge!,' is a collection of 30 years of comic strips featuring Trump as a character. Also, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy offer a pessimistic view of human nature in 'Westworld,' HBO's futuristic TV series about a theme park that allows tourists to act out their Wild West fantasies.

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Best Of: Stephen Colbert / Donald Glover

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 04, 2016


For the first time since hosting 'The Late Show,' Colbert talks to Terry Gross about shedding his 'Colbert Report' character and becoming comfortable playing himself. Ken Tucker reviews Leonard Cohen's new album. Donald Glover created and co-stars in the FX series 'Atlanta,' set on the fringes of the city's hip-hop scene. Outside of the show he does stand-up and has recorded music under the name Childish Gambino.

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Author Viet Thanh Nguyen: 'Vietnam Is A Country And Not A War'

Author: NPR
Fri, Nov 04, 2016


Viet Thanh Nguyen and his family fled their village in South Vietnam in 1975. He won the Pulitzer Prize this year for 'The Sympathizer,' a spy novel set during and just after the war in Vietnam. [Originally broadcast May 2016] Mat Johnson reviews the film 'Loving.'

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Trump And The White Working Class

Author: NPR
Thu, Nov 03, 2016


'New Yorker' writer George Packer says years of neglect from the Democrats enabled Trump to exploit the biases of the white working class and turn them into a "self-conscious identity group." Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Hacksaw Ridge,' directed by Mel Gibson.

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Stephen Colbert

Author: NPR
Wed, Nov 02, 2016


For the first time since hosting 'The Late Show,' Colbert talks to Terry Gross about shedding his 'Colbert Report' character and becoming comfortable playing himself.

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Donald Glover On 'Atlanta'

Author: NPR
Tue, Nov 01, 2016


Glover created and co-stars in the FX series 'Atlanta,' set on the fringes of the city's hip-hop scene. Outside of the show he does stand-up and has recorded music under the name Childish Gambino. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews a biography of Eleanor Roosevelt.

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A Hospice Chaplain On Life, Death, And The 'Strength Of The Human Soul'

Author: NPR
Mon, Oct 31, 2016


Kerry Egan's job is to help dying people accept their own mortality. It's profoundly sad, but it's also rewarding. "I'm constantly reminded of ... how much love people have for each other," she says. Her book is 'On Living.' Also, Ken Tucker reviews Leonard Cohen's album 'You Want It Darker.'

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Best Of: Comic Chris Gethard / Anthony Bourdain

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 28, 2016


Gethard tells stories of hitting rock bottom in his new one-man off-Broadway show, 'Career Suicide,' which is billed as a comedy about "suicide, depression, alcoholism and all the other funniest parts of life." The host of the CNN series 'Parts Unknown' talks about what food sends him into a "spiral of depression," the perils of cooking bacon naked, and how he fell in love with Vietnam. His new cookbook, 'Appetites,' features recipes he cooks at home for his daughter.

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Remembering 1960s Singer Bobby Vee

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 28, 2016


Bobby Vee was a teen idol whose hits included 'Run to Him,' 'Take Good Care of My Baby,' and 'Rubber Ball.' He died Monday at the age of 73. Terry Gross spoke to Vee in 1999. Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'The Handmaiden,' directed by Park Chan-wook.

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Anthony Bourdain

Author: NPR
Thu, Oct 27, 2016


The host of the CNN series 'Parts Unknown' talks about what food sends him into a "spiral of depression," the perils of cooking bacon naked, and how he fell in love with Vietnam. His new cookbook, 'Appetites,' features recipes he cooks at home for his daughter. 'Fresh Air' contributor Mat Johnson describes his mother's journey with multiple sclerosis.

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The Twitter Paradox

Author: NPR
Wed, Oct 26, 2016


How a platform designed for free speech enables Internet trolls. 'National Review' writer David French describes the hateful tweets he received after he criticized Donald Trump and the alt-right. 'BuzzFeed' reporter Charlie Warzel discusses what Twitter is and isn't doing about trolls.

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Rigging An Election? It's Not So Easy, Expert Says

Author: NPR
Tue, Oct 25, 2016


Rick Hasen, founder of 'The Election Blog' discusses Donald Trump's warning about potential voter fraud. "He's threatening the bedrock of democracy, and doing it to claim he's not a loser," Hasen says. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg talks about vulgar language in the 2016 election.

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Comic Chris Gethard On 'Career Suicide'

Author: NPR
Mon, Oct 24, 2016


Gethard tells stories of hitting rock bottom in his new one-man off-Broadway show, which is billed as a comedy about "suicide, depression, alcoholism and all the other funniest parts of life."

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Best Of: 'Moonlight' / Netflix Series 'Black Mirror'

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 21, 2016


Playwright Tarell McCraney and filmmaker Barry Jenkins drew on their own childhood experiences in making 'Moonlight,' a film about a boy growing up in a Miami housing project. Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Upstream,' a book of essays by Mary Oliver. The 3rd season of the dystopian series 'Black Mirror,' is soon available on Netflix. Terry spoke to creator Charlie Brooker about how he was inspired by shows like 'The Twilight Zone.' 'Black Mirror' explores the unintended consequences of the digital age.

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Leonard Cohen

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 21, 2016


At the age of 82 Leonard Cohen has a new album entitled 'You Want It Darker.' He spoke to Terry Gross in 2006. John Powers reviews the new Netflix documentary 'The 13th.'

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'Black Mirror' Creator Dramatizes Our Nightmares About Technology

Author: NPR
Thu, Oct 20, 2016


The 3rd season of the dystopian series created by Charlie Brooker is soon available on Netflix. Inspired by shows like 'The Twilight Zone,' it's about the unintended consequences of the digital age. Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews the 'Rocky Horror' remake starring Laverne Cox, and 'Black Mirror.'

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For Film's Creators, 'Moonlight' Gave Space To Explore A Painful Past

Author: NPR
Wed, Oct 19, 2016


Playwright Tarell McCraney and filmmaker Barry Jenkins drew on their own childhood experiences in making Moonlight, a film about a boy growing up in a Miami housing project.

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Kidnapped And Forced Into The Sideshow: The Muse Brothers' Story

Author: NPR
Tue, Oct 18, 2016


Journalist Beth Macy talks about George and Willie Muse, black albino brothers who were born in the Jim Crow South, kidnapped, and forced to become circus freaks. Her new book, 'Truevine,' tells their story. Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Upstream,' a book of essays by Mary Oliver. Milo Miles reviews a new album of gospel singer Mahalia Jackson's never-released tracks from the 1940s and '50s.

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How Free Web Content Traps Us In An Abyss Of Ads & Clickbait

Author: NPR
Mon, Oct 17, 2016


Author and law professor Tim Wu says much of the "free" content on the web comes at a price to users, who are subjected to ads that are targeted specifically at them and increasingly hard to ignore. His new book is 'The Attention Merchants.' Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Wadada Leo Smith's album 'America's National Parks.'

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Best Of: Gaby Hoffmann / Jonathan Safran Foer

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 14, 2016


Gaby Hoffmann grew up in the Chelsea Hotel with her mother, an actress in Andy Warhol's Factory. She appeared in 'Field of Dreams' and other films as child, but says she saw acting as "a means to an end." Hoffmann now stars in the Amazon series 'Transparent.' Ken Tucker reviews Lucy Dacus' debut album, 'No Burden.' Safran Foer's new novel, 'Here I Am,' is told from the points of view of different members of a Jewish family. He says it's about things falling apart — but also about "people trying to mend things." His previous book was 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.'

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Writer Jacqueline Woodson

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 14, 2016


Woodson won the National Book Award for young people's literature in 2014 for her memoir 'Brown Girl Dreaming,' and is finalist for a 2016 National Book Award with 'Another Brooklyn.' [Originally broadcast Dec. 2014] We remember 'Brown v. Board of Education' civil rights attorney Jack Greenberg who died this week. David Edelstein reviews the new animated documentary 'Tower,' about the first modern gun massacre.

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The Vegetable Whisperers: Vegan Chefs Take On Street Food

Author: NPR
Thu, Oct 13, 2016


'V Street,' the new cookbook by married chefs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby, features recipes inspired by global street food. Jacoby says the right techniques can coax "amazing flavor" out of vegetables. Rock historian Ed Ward revisits the '80s eccentric pop band The Chills.

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A Short History Of Marijuana

Author: NPR
Wed, Oct 12, 2016


Author John Hudak says federal law makes it hard to prove the medicinal value of marijuana. "As a Schedule 1 drug it is very difficult to do research on the plant," he explains. Ken Tucker reviews 'Blue Mountain,' a solo album from Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir.

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Jonathan Safran Foer

Author: NPR
Tue, Oct 11, 2016


Safran Foer's new novel, 'Here I am,' is told from the points of view of different members of a Jewish family. He says it's about things falling apart — but also about "people trying to mend things." His previous book was 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.' Maureen Corrigan reviews 'The Mothers,' a debut novel by Brit Bennett.

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Actress Gaby Hoffmann

Author: NPR
Mon, Oct 10, 2016


Hoffmann grew up in the Chelsea Hotel with her mother, an actress in Andy Warhol's Factory. Gaby appeared in 'Field of Dreams' and other films as child, but says she saw acting as "a means to an end." She now stars in the Amazon series 'Transparent.'

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Best Of: Bruce Springsteen / A Dog's Nose

Author: NPR
Fri, Oct 07, 2016


Recorded at his home studio, Springsteen speaks to Terry Gross about growing up in Jersey, songwriting, and wishing to be his stage persona. His new memoir is 'Born to Run.' Dogs can sniff out people, drugs, bombs, cancer, the time of day, oncoming storms and much more. In her new book, 'Being a Dog,' Alexandra Horowitz explores the mysteries and mechanics of canine noses.

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