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Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane


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Erica Armstrong Dunbar's 'Never Caught'

GUEST: ERICA ARMSTRONG DUNBAR When America's founding father George Washington was elected president, he left his Mount Vernon home to live in Philadelphia. During the transition, he took nine slaves. However, Pennsylvania law required enslaved people be set free after six [...] The post Erica Armstrong Dunbar's 'Never Caught' appeared first on Radio Times.

Trump's immigration crackdown

Guests: Erika Almiron, Caitlin Barry, Erika Guadalupe Nunez, Steven Camarota The Trump administration laid out its plans for stricter immigration enforcement this week, which includes empowering state and local law enforcement to more aggressively pursue, detain and deport [...] The post Trump's immigration crackdown appeared first on Radio Times.

Higher ed in the age of Trump

Guests: Sara Goldrick-Rab, Aaron Schenk, Aminata Sy Betsy DeVos, the recently minted Secretary of Education has faced scrutiny and praise primarily based on her positions regarding K-12 schools. But amidst this, her advocacy for for-profit and career colleges [...] The post Higher ed in the age of Trump appeared first on Radio Times.

The EU on edge; what is populism?

Guest: Judy Dempsey, John Judis At the Munich Security Conference and at yesterday's meeting in Brussels, Vice-President Mike Pence tried to reassure European leaders of the United State's commitment to its transatlantic allies. Countering Trump's "America First" policy, [...] The post The EU on edge; what is populism? appeared first on Radio Times.

President's Day

Guests: Annette Gordon-Reed, John Dean, Robert Dallek We're going to celebrate President's day today by playing back three interviews about Presidents that we have done over the years. First, we'll learn about the early Presidency of John F. [...] The post President's Day appeared first on Radio Times.

Pastor father, humanist son

Guests: Tony Campolo, Bart Campolo At fifty years old, BART CAMPOLO told his prominent Evangelical pastor father, TONY CAMPOLO, that he no longer believed in God. The announcement, understandably, caused tension within the Campolo family, altering the relationships [...] The post Pastor father, humanist son appeared first on Radio Times.

"The Wait is Sexy"; then, the WH leaks

GUEST: YVONNE ORJI From the outside, it looks like Molly has it all—a secure job as a corporate attorney, a beautiful downtown apartment in LA and active love life. So what's the catch? In the HBO comedy series "Insecure," Molly, played by YVONNE [...]

Doing business under Trump

GUESTS: RANA FOROOHAR, SHANNON COULTER, KAREN KERRIGAN President Donald Trump has made good on a lot of this campaign promises. Within the first few weeks of his presidency, he has signed executive orders, reduced regulations, called out Nordstroms and [...]

Flynn's resignation and ethics questions in the White House

Guests: Tom Hamburger, Larry Noble President Trump rose to prominence, not as a politician, but as a reality TV star and a businessman. His potential conflicts of interest and unfamiliarity with the inner-workings of government have caused ethics [...]

Love: What's funny about it, how to find it and what it takes to fall into it

Guests: Sarah Pallalardo, Jeffrey Hall and Art Aron Love is in the air today, so we're dedicating this hour to talking about it. We'll start talking to Reductress co-founder SARAH PAPPALARDO about what makes love and romance ripe [...]

Love: What's funny about it, how to find it and what it takes to fall into it

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