Take Two

Take Two

From Southern California Public Radio

Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about. The show is hosted by Alex Cohen and A Mart??nez.More from Take Two »

Most Recent Episodes

The female Democratic split, environmental disasters in the spotlight, fine wine in Cuba

Female democrats torn between possible candidates, what makes an environmental disaster get more attention over others?, the new movement to bring fine wine to Cuba.

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Take Two Special: how SoCal transportation is transforming

Cars may dominate the roads in Southern California, but we look at how Angelenos are adapting to new forms of getting around.

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Guide to dropping out of the Presidential race, your brain on sports, Porter Ranch health effects

How and when to quit the presidential race, the world of sports through behavioral economics and psychology, Porter Ranch residents ask can the gas give them cancer?

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The Democratic fissure, Super Bowl media day, Zika virus and climate

What last night's close race reveals about the state of the Democratic party, a look this year's Super Bowl Media day, how the Zika virus may be tied to climate.

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Business and the Iowa caucus, changes at NFL media day, showers for the homeless

Shirt and button sales may give better insight than polls, a look at the changes to the NFL's annual tradition, how close is LA to their plan to help the homeless?

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California counts, diversity in media roundtable, better Watts initiative

SCPR is partnering with other stations to explore issues vital to residents, roundtable on the lack of diversity in the newsroom, the initiative to clean up Watts.

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Veterans Affairs Secretary McDonald, Barbie's new body, antique bananas

VA Secretary Robert McDonald visits L.A. to focus on the issue of homeless vets, Barbie's new bodies, a rare California banana is back after 18 years.

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Political endorsements, the Super Bowl's connection to rent, the allure behind gangster warlords

How often do endorsements translate into votes?, Bay Area residents prepare for the Super Bowl by renting out their properties, a look into the world of drug gangs.

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California Secretary of State, casting authentically in Hollywood, Bernie Sanders art

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla on his plan to up voter turn out, Hollywood's struggle to cast roles authentically, art in the Bernie Sanders campaign.

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Inequality in Southern California, Sundance buzz, masculinity in politics

What does inequality and poverty look like in Southern California?, the movies to watch at Sundance and look at the role of masculinity in presidential elections.

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