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The New Yorker Radio Hour
The New Yorker Radio Hour
WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.

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Episodes

Love Is Blind, and Allegedly Toxic

Lawsuits and the labor movement come to reality TV, by way of the Netflix hit.

24 May 2024 · 27 minutes
Miranda July’s New Novel Takes on Marriage, Desire, and Perimenopause

While the filmmaker, writer, and artist was writing her new book, “All Fours,” the character she created was influencing her... more

21 May 2024 · 20 minutes
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Isn’t Going Away

David Remnick asks R.F.K., Jr., where his run for President and his beliefs are coming from.

17 May 2024 · 29 minutes
How a Tech Executive Lobbied Lawmakers for the TikTok Ban

In lobbying Congress to force the sale of TikTok, a Palantir executive called it a national-security threat—a digital Trojan horse... more

14 May 2024 · 17 minutes
Wired’s Katie Drummond: The TikTok Ban Is “Rooted in Hypocrisy”; Plus, Hannah Goldfield on Culinary TikTok

A tech journalist sees Silicon Valley making policy—and lawmakers refusing to regulate social media. Plus, salmon in the dishwasher, and... more

10 May 2024 · 33 minutes
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Could Swing the Election. Who Should Be More Worried—Biden or Trump?

For Democrats and Republicans, it’s time to pay attention to R.F.K., Jr. Three writers discuss his possible impact on the... more

07 May 2024 · 29 minutes
Israel, Gaza, and the Turmoil at One American University

Not since the Vietnam War has a protest movement reached college campuses with such fury. We look at the reverberations... more

03 May 2024 · 49 minutes
Georgia’s Brad Raffensperger, Who Refused to “Find” Votes for Donald Trump, Prepares for Another Election

Amid threats, Georgia’s secretary of state describes how he convinces Republican voters that elections are fair.

30 Apr 2024 · 15 minutes
Jerry Seinfeld on Making a Life in Comedy (and Also, Pop-Tarts)

The comedian could have retired decades ago, but he continues to hone his craft onstage, and at age seventy he’s... more

26 Apr 2024 · 35 minutes
Judi Dench on Bond and Shakespeare

The acclaimed actor talks with David Remnick about her new book, and a lifetime of performing Shakespeare.

23 Apr 2024 · 21 minutes
The New Yorker Radio Hour
Love Is Blind, and Allegedly Toxic
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