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The New Yorker Radio Hour
Rose McGowan and Ronan Farrow on the Weinstein Verdict, and a Look at Candidate Bloomberg
An accuser of Harvey Weinstein responds to his conviction. And David Remnick assesses the political career of Michael Bloomberg with two people who have watched it up close.
Stephen Miller, the Immigration Extremist in the White House
How one adviser almost single-handedly engineered the Trump Administration’s nativist policies. Plus: a conversation with Pam Grier, the first action heroine of blaxploitation cinema.
The Ascendance of Bernie Sanders, and the Novelist Gish Jen
Democratic Party centrists have their hair on fire over the idea of Sanders as the Presidential front-runner. Is he the Party’s future or an electoral disaster? Plus, Gish Jen on baseball and artificial intelligence.
N. K. Jemisin on H. P. Lovecraft, and a Tumultuous Week in Impeachment
体育投注网平台The science-fiction author grapples with the racism at the foundation of the genre; and a Washington correspondent considers the impact of John Bolton.
Politics and More
Rebecca Solnit on Harvey Weinstein and the Lies that Powerful Men Tell
体育投注网平台The author joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the Weinstein verdict, and what it signals about the future of the fight against powerful abusers.
Stephen Miller, the Architect of Trump’s Immigration Plan
Jonathan Blitzer examines how one adviser turned Trump’s xenophobic rhetoric into a set of hard-line policies.
Does It Really Matter Who the Democratic Nominee Is?
体育投注网平台The political scientist Rachel Bitecofer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the best way for Democrats to win the Presidency, and Congress, in 2020.
A Teen-Age Trump Tries to Win His High School’s Election
A civics project goes off the rails when high-school students run a simulation of the 2020 primaries.
After Two Primary Contests, What’s Ahead for the Democratic Race?
Benjamin Wallace-Wells joins Eric Lach to discuss what the results in Iowa and New Hampshire do and don’t say about the future of the Democratic Presidential primary.
The Writer’s Voice
Anthony Veasna So Reads “Three Women of Chuck’s Donuts”
David Rabe Reads “Things We Worried About When I Was Ten”
A Decade of the <em>New Yorker</em> Fiction Podcast
The past decade’s episodes have offered an unrivalled opportunity to dive into the thinking both of the authors of the stories and of the writers who chose them.