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Fresh Air for March 18, 2017

Writer-director Jordan Peele says that making Get Out represents his "truest passion." Rich Fury/Invision/AP hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Jordan Peele; 'Monk Dreams'; Novelist Sebastian Barry

Fresh Air Weekend: Jordan Peele; 'Monk Dreams'; Novelist Sebastian Barry

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Fresh Air for March 17, 2017

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Julie Andrews Teams Up With Henson Puppets In Netflix's 'Greenroom'

Julie Andrews Teams Up With Henson Puppets In Netflix's 'Greenroom'

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Fresh Air for March 16, 2017

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Searching For Meaning After A Jewish Cemetery Is Desecrated

Searching For Meaning After A Jewish Cemetery Is Desecrated

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Fresh Air for March 15, 2017

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'Get Out' Sprang From An Effort To Master Fear, Says Director Jordan Peele

'Get Out' Sprang From An Effort To Master Fear, Says Director Jordan Peele

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