Fresh Air Hosted by Terry Gross, Fresh Air from WHYY is the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues. One of public radio's most popular programs, Fresh Air features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.

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Fresh Air for June 13, 2014

Jenny Slate plays Donna, a standup comic who gets pregnant after sleeping with an earnest, Vermont-bred business student named Max (Jake Lacy). Courtesy of A24 Films hide caption

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'Obvious Child': A Momentous Film Of Small, Embarrassing Truths

'Obvious Child': A Momentous Film Of Small, Embarrassing Truths

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Fresh Air for June 12, 2014

Hillary Clinton's new memoir, Hard Choices, outlines her four years as secretary of state under President Obama. She talks about her vote for the Iraq War, women's rights and political "gamers." Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Hillary Clinton: The Fresh Air Interview

Hillary Clinton: The Fresh Air Interview

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Fresh Air for June 11, 2014

Fresh Air for June 10, 2014

"My early films look terrible!" says filmmaker John Waters. "I didn't know what I was doing. I learned when I was doing it. I never went to film school." Waters, who is known for films such as the outlandish Pink Flamingos and Hairspray, has written a new book, Carsick. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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John Waters Hitchhikes Across America, And Lives To Write About It

John Waters Hitchhikes Across America, And Lives To Write About It

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Fresh Air for June 9, 2014

In Supermensch, talent agent Shep Gordon recalls arriving in Los Angeles in 1968, dropping acid and getting slugged by a woman who later identified herself as Janis Joplin. Dogwoof Films hide caption

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Invisible 'Supermensch' Avoided The Spotlight While Making Others Famous

Invisible 'Supermensch' Avoided The Spotlight While Making Others Famous

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