Full episode - January 10, 2019
Daydreaming Doug and his best bud Porkchop, the dog.
The quietly enduring impact of Nickelodeon’s “Doug,” plus artist Rina Banerjee and the migrant-camp play, “The Jungle.”
Full story - January 10, 2019
“Patti, you’re the Mayonnaise for me.”
How the quietest show on TV cut through all the noise.
Full story - January 10, 2019
Rina Banerjee works on her sculpture “Excessive Flower.”
Gourds and dolls heads, Chinese umbrellas and Kashmiri shawls, Victorian birdcages and African masks: That is what the artist’s sculptures are made of.
Full story - January 10, 2019
Ammar Haj Ahmad in “The Jungle.”
How a new play puts the audience inside a migrant camp.
Full episode - January 03, 2019
The best of 2018.
Some of our favorite stories from the last year: Daniela Vega, the drudgery of a movie and TV quality control technician, novelist Lauren Groff’s complicated relationship with Florida and an oral history of the hip-hop pirate radio station WBAD.
Full story - January 03, 2019
Daniela Vega as Marina
In the face of bigotry, Chilean actress Daniela Vega looks toward a more hopeful future.
Full story - January 03, 2019
Musician Casey Trela
Casey Trela watches movies for a living.
Full story - January 03, 2019
Lauren Groff and the cover of her new book, “Florida.”
“When I first came down here, I was astonished by how nature wanted to kill you at every turn.” Author Lauren Groff on writing and surviving in Florida.
Full story - January 03, 2019
Warning: Some bleeping good radio ahead.
In the 1990s, pirate radio station WBAD started playing hip-hop music without bleeping it like commercial radio. But even if it was playing church music, the FCC still would have come after them.
Full episode - December 27, 2018
Best of the year.
Some of our favorite stories from the last year: Library music, The Noid and Angélique Kidjo.

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