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Conversations with the world’s most fascinating people. Each week, hosts David Marchese and Lulu Garcia-Navarro talk to compelling, influential figures in culture, politics, business, sports and beyond — illuminating who they are, why they do what they do and how they impact the rest of us. New episodes every Saturday.
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The actress is taking on serious roles, trying to overcome self-doubt and sharing more about her personal life — but she’s not done being funny.
David Marchese talks to the acclaimed director about his new film “Hit Man” and life’s big questions.
Netflix won the streaming battle, but the war for your attention isn’t over.
The scientist talks to David Marchese about how to overcome the “soft” climate denial that keeps us buying junk.
The comedian talks to David Marchese on becoming a different person after unimaginable loss.
On the debut of ’The Interview,' the actress talks to David Marchese about learning to let go of other people’s opinions.
Frustrated at the growing protest movement, the opposition leader defends his country’s “existential” war.
“The Interview” is a new podcast from The New York Times, featuring in-depth conversations with fascinating people. Each week, David Marchese and Lulu Garcia-Navarro will chat with notable figures in the worlds of culture, politics, business, sports, wellness and beyond — illuminating who they are, why they do what they do and how they impact the rest of us. The first episodes of “The Interview” premiere on April 27, and new editions will be released weekly on Saturdays. The conversations will also appear online and in print. Follow this feed to stay connected with the show.
A Message from Lulu

A Message from Lulu

2024-04-1700:35

An update from Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her new show.
Whitney Bjerken has been a YouTuber for as long as she can remember. At 18, she’s taking stock of her viral childhood.A programming note: this is the last episode of First Person — thank you for listening. Lulu Garcia-Navarro is working on new projects at the Times, so please stay subscribed to this feed to be the first to hear about them.
The 2,500-year-old roots of Ron DeSantis’ education plan.
A psychiatrist’s dilemma when the most extreme option is legal.
The man behind the Pentagon Papers has a final warning for America.
Chief Gary Hill on how to get more Black officers on the force — and transform cop culture through training.
The Supreme Court’s decision crushed Dr. Elise Boos. So why is she working with anti-abortion politicians?
Things are not all right. And neither are the people we usually turn to in times of crisis. This episode originally aired in 2022.
I won awards covering Iraq but my Iraqi colleague lost everything.
When cognitive decline strikes, caregivers often resist the changes. Anne Basting says there’s another way.
Why scammers get believed and asylum seekers don't.
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ncooty

The point of classics is to stand on their shoulders, not grovel at their feet. Classics endure on their own; they don't need to be force-fed. The natural philosophies of the ancient Greeks were fine for their times, but we've learned a few things since then--well, some of us have, anyway. That said, I do hope the proponents of this form of education abide by it and visit physicians who adhere to the precepts and practices of 9th Century BC Western medicine.

May 30th
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ncooty

The GOP doesn't want schools to inculcate kids... unless they're doing the inculcation, which seems pretty straightforwardly Christian theocratic white-nationalist fascism. Seriously, these guys sound like North Korean and Chinese partisans with a few tweaked particulars. No wonder they like Putin.

May 30th
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ncooty

What an ignoramus, precisely the sort of dim-witted white-nationalist that comprises the modern Republican party. It's a mish-mash of lies, conspiracy theories, thinly veiled racism, poor education, flimsy reasoning, fascism, theocracy, and--above all--insecurity. It's an entire political party of backwards dangerous morons.

May 30th
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ncooty

Funny, given that Aristotle was indefatigably wrong.

May 30th
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squogg

Nooooooo!! I loved this show so much. Please don't go 😢😢

May 16th
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Sepideh Moshfeghi

as a woman it was really touchy :(

Apr 29th
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ncooty

@14:40: "Alums"? Really? I guess that fits with "Myself and my brother..." All this while touting her professed education.

Apr 10th
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squogg

This episode was heartbreaking.

Apr 7th
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ncooty

@20:35: The host provides a perfect example both of the obnoxious stupidity of identity-based politics and of the let's obliviousness toward it. If you're relying on your race, sex, heritage, etc. as some sort of political trump card, you're suggesting that different people's political views should be weighted by those characteristics. I strongly disagree with that fundamentally broken political theory. It is what it pretends to fight.

Feb 7th
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threeoten

Yes!! The right to repair is necessary on so many levels!

Feb 1st
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the beanstalker

lol she is faking like she was ignorant about all of this but is a full blown activist.

Jan 22nd
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Douglas Van Aartsen

Lulu's hm's sound like comments on what is being said. I'd like those edited out.

Nov 11th
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Brandon Moore

brooks

Aug 2nd
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Emily Becker

Thank you, Sharone, for sharing your perspective on this complex issue and for pushing for real solutions that will make our communities safer.

Jun 24th
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Douglas Van Aartsen

This was an excellent podcast. I loved the balance and I loved the erudite discussion. It helps us to see that among people on all sides of the issue there are those who are articulate and so far from being out of touch with reality that is laughable. thank you very much.

Jun 20th
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