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Aired 3 weeks ago 81:08
ZBT #154: Dakota Meyer
Round 1: Geardo militia type dudes are taking over the southern border. Without them, the American flag would be in SERIOUS dangerRound 2: An unreal interview with Dakota Meyer. We're throwing a MUST LISTEN on this oneRound 3: We got a user submitted question: what's the most disrespectful thing you've ever seen while you were in the service? Spoiler alert, a platoon leader got slapped in the mouth. Round 4: Bridezilla gets triggered when Marine shows up to a black tie wedding wearing dress blues. Who was wrong: the Marine or the Blushing Bride?
Zero Blog Thirty
Aired 6 months ago 41:30
October 24, 2018: Hour 1
The U.S. Secret Service said agents intercepted packages of "possible explosive devices" addressed to former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Also, reports Tuesday showed Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum receiving a free ticket to the Broadway show "Hamilton" as a gift from an FBI agent posing as a developer. The allegations could spark problems for Gillum, who is ahead of his Republican opponent in the polls. And Indonesia is the world's second-largest source of marine plastic waste. Some local cleanup groups and companies hope to solve the problem. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's Oct. 24, 2018 full broadcast.
Here & Now
Aired 7 months ago 42:25
Rachel Carson Dreams of the Sea
Before she published “Silent Spring,” one of the most influential books of the last century, Rachel Carson was a young aspiring poet and then a doctoral candidate in marine biology. Although she couldn’t swim and disliked boats, says historian Jill Lepore, Carson fell in love with the ocean. Gazing into tide pools, she pioneered a new kind of nature writing. Plus: David Attenborough, the reigning master of the nature documentary, shares lessons from a life spent observing life in every corner of the world; and the cartoonist Julia Wertz, who loves the obscure nooks, crannies, and histories of New York, takes us garbage picking on a neglected bit of shoreline where the trash of decades past keeps washing ashore.
The New Yorker Radio Hour