The Economist series and the Harper's Forum series, and has moderated or hosted major events for the American Museum of Natural History and Westinghouse Science Foundation, among others.Author and comedian Baratunde Thurston will share the stage with Anna as will a stellar cast of contributors to It's a Free Country, including WNYC's Brian Lehrer.During his tenure as host of NPR's On The Media, the national program was named "Best Weekly Show" by the Public Radio News Directors in 1999.
We all hope listeners will be moved, enlightened, and motivated.” To produce the series, Radio Rookies partnered with the organization Day One, a nonprofit that provides services and education about intimate partner violence and teenagers."Dating violence – like all domestic violence – thrives on silence, secrecy, and shame,” said Kaari Pitkin, Executive Producer, Radio Rookies.“And these stories courageously break all three in a significantly public way – including airing as part of one of the most listened to podcasts in the country.
All “CRUSHED” stories are available at wnyc.org/crushed and full descriptions are below.
The format is interviews with newsmakers, combined with listener phone calls.
Newsmakers are local, national and international, often authors on book tours, or metropolitan area politicians, including both of New York's senators, and most congress, state and city representatives from the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area.
Typisch für die Serie ist die teilweise bis ins Absurde getriebene Überzeichnung alltäglicher Probleme und ein vielschichtiger, oft sehr gewagter bis sarkastischer Humor.
Häufig werden die Gags in Form kurzer Zwischensequenzen oder Rückblenden eingespielt.
Once again, It's A Free Country invites you to watch the State of the Union address with your fellow politics junkies.
Beginning today, Radio Rookies, WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning youth media program, presents “CRUSHED: Teens and Dating Violence,” audio stories that give rare and intimate insight into this largely unknown phenomenon by three young women who have been profoundly affected by abusive relationships.
Lehrer also hosts a weekly tech- and web-oriented television show, Brian Lehrer. He holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and a master's degree in Journalism from Ohio State University.
Lehrer resides in Inwood, Manhattan with his two sons. Lehrer has been hosting his show, originally called On the Line, since its inception in 1989.
” a first-person audio diary spanning two years that documents Rainy's process of separating, reuniting, and separating again from her older, abusive boyfriend, will air nationally on the acclaimed public radio show and top I-tunes podcast “This American Life,” over the weekend of September 19 and 20.