Audioburst Search
|

Coming up next

Will #MeToo Face the Music?

Slate's The Gist
|
1 year ago

The AIDS Epidemic

Conspiracy Theories
|
1 year ago

The AIDS Epidemic Pt. 2

Conspiracy Theories
|
1 year ago

1 | Make It Matter

People Like Us: Inside Philadelphia
|
1 year ago

Part One: Ronald and Nancy Reagan: The Bastards Behind the AIDS Crisis

Behind the Bastards
|
1 year ago

Part Two: Ronald and Nancy Reagan: The Bastards Behind the AIDS Crisis

Behind the Bastards
|
1 year ago

The HIV & AIDS Epidemic Pt. 2

Medical Mysteries
|
3 weeks ago

People Like Us: Inside Philadelphia, Part 1 | E3

Inside The Exorcist
|
1 year ago

People Like Us: Inside Philadelphia, Part 1

Inside Psycho
|
1 year ago

Joseph Lange's Campaign Against HIV

Science Talk
|
9 months ago

The fight against HIV: then and now Science Weekly podcast

The Guardian's Science Weekly
|
10 months ago

People Like Us: Inside Philadelphia, Part 1 | 9

Inside Jaws
|
1 year ago
Slate's The Gist

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

On The Gist, Joni Ernst’s divorce filing. <br><br>When Jessica Hopper started out writing about music, trolls and affronted fans didn’t tweet at you; they wrote you a letter. The world’s move to digital has changed that, and helped bring about the #MeToo movement (notice the hashtag?). But despite R. Kelly’s fall, Hopper says the rest of the music industry may prove resistant to change. Hopper is the author of a new memoir, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Night-Moves-Jessica-Hopper/dp/1477317880"><em>Night Moves</em></a>.&nbsp;<br><br>In the Spiel, the Covington Catholic teens aren't the disease, they’re a symptom.&nbsp;<br><br>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a>