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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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M Carter

That was great!

Dec 12th
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Christopher Band

No thanks.

Dec 12th
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Denny C

excellent

Nov 24th
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Nestor Meddows

happy to hear this episode...

Nov 23rd
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Benjamin Craft-Rendon

McKay Coppins, like all those who long for a return to past bipartisanship, ignores the discrimination baked into that political detente. Dismissing the idea that politics in the US is a life-&-death struggle can only happen if you're not one of those having their personhood litigated.

Nov 11th
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Benjamin Craft-Rendon

Boo, the worst equivocation over Thomas Jefferson's exploitation of Sally Hemings. The essence of enslaving someone is stripping them of their ability to consent, and hence your 'relationship' is rape

Nov 9th
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JENNIFER WANG

This episode is great and interesting.

Oct 30th
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It's Time

really we just have to building returns for middle class

Oct 29th
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It's Time

fred trump

Oct 29th
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Rosemary Vozobule

ollp

Oct 20th
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Carson Volk

Derek Black is a case study of an idea I've believed in for a long time: higher education leads to (mainly) liberal ideals and at the very least an acceptance of globalism. He was raised and educated in a box; once he left that box and thought for himself, his social political philosophy moved left. I love this man and what he is doing: recognized a mistake and is going all-out to repair the damage caused. This man, no matter what you think of who he was or who he is, needs to be given more national platforms to spread his story and unique perspective from which he can educate on the facts of race and racial attitudes in America

Sep 26th
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Wendi Dennis

cannot download for offline listening

Sep 19th
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Laura Malis

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Sep 19th
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Laura Malis

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Sep 19th
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N Leibold

8

Sep 15th
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Mortimer Bustos

You were being shockingly insensitive in this interview. Why?

Sep 13th
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Michael Parker

Mortimer Bustos wambulamce

Sep 13th
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James R

what a great interview! I've been a fan of both Terry and Mr Sedaris. I felt his pain while talking about his sister and his family upbringing. I identified with certain of the family dynamics as well, whether you were positively regarded by a parent or not positively regarded and how its effects can linger. Both class acts.

Aug 17th
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Ebony Roots

vaguely I recall Lolita & Mrs. Robinson.

Aug 8th
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Wendi Dennis

where is July 12 episode?

Jul 13th
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Jasmine Rose

yass!

Jul 3rd
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