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Fresh Air for May 31, 2017

David Sedaris lives in West Sussex, England, where he's known for picking up trash along the side of the road. Ingrid Christie/Little, Brown and Company hide caption

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David Sedaris On The Life-Altering And Mundane Pages Of His Old Diaries

David Sedaris On The Life-Altering And Mundane Pages Of His Old Diaries

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Fresh Air for May 29, 2017

Twenty-four-year-old novelist Édouard Louis grew up in Hallencourt, France. John Foley/Opale/Leemage hide caption

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'The End Of Eddy' Tells Of Growing Up Poor And Gay In Working-Class France

'The End Of Eddy' Tells Of Growing Up Poor And Gay In Working-Class France

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Fresh Air for May 27, 2017

In the second season of the Netflix series Master of None, Aziz Ansari's character falls in love with his Italian friend Francesca, who is already engaged. Netflix hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Aziz Ansari; Harry Styles And Dan Auerbach Go Solo; Pamela Paul

Fresh Air Weekend: Aziz Ansari; Harry Styles And Dan Auerbach Go Solo; Pamela Paul

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Fresh Air for May 26, 2017

A tryst with Andi (Max Riemelt) makes a captive out of Clare (Teresa Palmer) in Berlin Syndrome. Entertainment One hide caption

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A One-Night Stand Takes A Disturbing Turn In 'Berlin Syndrome'

A One-Night Stand Takes A Disturbing Turn In 'Berlin Syndrome'

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