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Heather Benno of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund on the recently obtained FOIA documents that show part of the FBI's…
Encore episode - first aired Mar 5, 2011. Laura Hillenbrand is a New York Times bestseller known for her famous freshman novel…
Today we are airing an encore presentation of out first Radio Dispatch Live! Our special guests are Rolling Stone and Buzzfeed…
Today's show is another best-of show. We've got an essay Molly wrote about balloon salespeople, an essay John wrote about working…
Adam Newman, Anthony Atamanuik, and Michelle Markowitz tell their "Best Presents" stories, with David Martin as host.
It's our Christmas Day show! Today's show is a best-of show, which includes Sam Osterhout reading from his book Memos to Ruby, and…
Painter Devon Clapp is interested in the bizarre, dark and more disturbing aspects of existence. His new show at et al Projects in…
Ryan Devereaux on the dangers of Zero Dark Thirty, and the National Review thinks men would have stopped the Sandy Hook shooting.
Timing is everything. And this week on Book Talk I have a conversation with a psychologist turned Young Adult author whose debut…
Time names Obama person of the year, the appalling lack of emotion for Muslims killed in the drone program, and the dangers of…
Megan McArdle bravely suggests that gun rampage victims to gang-rush the shooter, the media is engaged in a lot of mother-blaming,…
We spend the hour on the Newtown mass shooting, including Obama's history of failure on gun control and the way we talk about…
For more than 10 years German artist Bjoern Schulke has been making interactive kinetic sculptures. His works bring together…
Matt Lauer really jackasses it up while interviewing Anne Hathaway, a new Guantanamo Bay ruling further censors the courtroom, and…
We invite you into the heart of our homeland. Economic recession defines the landscape of Middle America and the hard-working…
More thoughts on the DSM and how it relates to trans people, major blow to unions in Michigan, and a so-called men's rights group…
Ten legal tactics cops can use to surveil you, and some thoughts on what you can do to avoid them. Plus, the sweet sweet listener…
Nick Kristof would like the poor in the US to stop being such leeches, visiting Ahmed Ferhani in Rikers, and some incredible…
This week on Art Uncovered I speak with artist Allison Sommers. Her new show, Ellipsis, includes videos, an installation and…
New DSM 5 still lists some trans people as "disordered", UN disability treaty gets voted down, and some amazing listener mail.
Books – Richardson vs. Fielding, Garcia Marquez vs. Llorsa, Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald, Eliot vs. Pound & Plath vs. Sexton.
Ahmed Ferhani takes a guilty plea, and Radio Dispatch was in the courtroom for the whole thing. Also, watching the New Jim Crow…
Mike Konczal on the poorly named Fiscal Cliff: what it is and where Obama stands on it, both positive and negative. Also, a new…
Nathan Fuller of the Bradley Manning Support Network on Manning's testimony at Fort Meade, his psychiatrist's attempts to better…
Photographer Edmund Clark's project Guantanamo: If The Light Goes Out looks at spaces and objects to tell the ongoing story of…
This is the recording of our first Radio Dispatch Live! We talk Petraeus, the kill list, and a decade of US foreign Policy from…
Whether it is singing, accounting or swimming you are good at, chances are there is a role for you somewhere. This week I look at…