It’s Best of Radio Dispatch 2019, featuring Ryan Devereaux and Neil Docherty.
Joe Virgillito talks with author & researcher John Cook about climate change communication. Also, we review new movie, ‘Ford v Ferrari.’ Plus a preview of Alpenglow’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
Jemila MacEwan is an interdisciplinary artist whose work seeks out an empathetic approach to humanities destructive impulses.
Ryan Devereaux joins us to discuss his long feature at The Intercept on the intersections of climate change, migration and militarization at the border. Also, Morning John on Bernie saying he’s not…
Sarmishta Govindhan joins the show to discuss the New York City Youth Climate Strike and what people can expect to see from strikes across the globe.
Charlotte Shane on factory farming and climate change, and Hannah Cohen joins us for a pop culture round up. Photo courtesy of Charlotte Shane
Israeli violence escalates towards Gaza and the Times coverage of it is typically orientalist, a new report on the devastating impact of human life on natural life, and Ross Douthat takes on work/life…
Jeffrey Epstein and Roger Stone both face the possibility of some actual consequences in court, rich people have the most boring ideas about poor people, Kamala Harris wants you to know she does not…