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Patt Morrison Asks

Los Angeles Times

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Patt Morrison Asks

Patt Morrison Asks

Los Angeles Times

6
Followers
27
Plays
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A new podcast version of LA Times columnist Patt Morrison's weekly, interview series "Patt Morrison Asks."

Latest Episodes

“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Patt Morrison talks with actor and author Max Brooks about the coronavirus and social distancing. Max Brooks has a new book "Devolution" to release next month.

20 MIN4 d ago
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“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Patt Morrison talks with Steve Holmer who has over 25 years of experience working to conserve endangered wildlife. Steve heads the American Bird Conservancy who's motto is "bring back the birds."

16 MIN2 w ago
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Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

Patt Morrison talks with Laura Spinney a British science journalist, novelist, and non-fiction writer. Her latest book is Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World.

17 MIN3 w ago
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Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Patt Morrison talks with Mindy Romero the founder and director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, in Sacramento.

13 MINFEB 26
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USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Patt Morrison talks with Author Andrea McDonnell. Andrea teaches communications and media studies at Emmanuel College in Boston and is co-author of the book Celebrity : A History of Fame.

14 MINFEB 21
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Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Patt Morrison talks with Daniel Zingale a top advisor to the last three governors and to Maria Shriver, and a veteran of the Jerry Brown 1.0 administration. Zingale has also been founding director of California’s managed health care department, executive director of AIDS Action, and a top official at the California Endowment.

18 MINFEB 12
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Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Gertman. Gertman has been recognized nationwide as a pioneer in the integrated waste management field.

16 MINFEB 5
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Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Elections guru Richard Hasen: Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy 2020

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Hasen an American legal scholar and expert in legislation, election law and campaign finance.

16 MINJAN 29
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Elections guru Richard Hasen: Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy 2020

Intelligence veteran Malcolm Nance’s grand slam: President Trump, the military, and Putin’s Russia

Patt Morrison talks with former United States Navy senior chief petty officer specializing in naval cryptology. Malcolm is an American author and media commentator on terrorism, intelligence, insurgency, and torture.

15 MINJAN 15
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Intelligence veteran Malcolm Nance’s grand slam: President Trump, the military, and Putin’s Russia

Scott Galloway: California’s gig economy, privacy laws will be the nation’s “heavyweight prizefight”

Patt Morrison talks with Scott Galloway best selling author and professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business.

17 MINJAN 8
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Scott Galloway: California’s gig economy, privacy laws will be the nation’s “heavyweight prizefight”

Latest Episodes

“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Patt Morrison talks with actor and author Max Brooks about the coronavirus and social distancing. Max Brooks has a new book "Devolution" to release next month.

20 MIN4 d ago
Comments
“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Patt Morrison talks with Steve Holmer who has over 25 years of experience working to conserve endangered wildlife. Steve heads the American Bird Conservancy who's motto is "bring back the birds."

16 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

Patt Morrison talks with Laura Spinney a British science journalist, novelist, and non-fiction writer. Her latest book is Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World.

17 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Patt Morrison talks with Mindy Romero the founder and director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, in Sacramento.

13 MINFEB 26
Comments
USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Patt Morrison talks with Author Andrea McDonnell. Andrea teaches communications and media studies at Emmanuel College in Boston and is co-author of the book Celebrity : A History of Fame.

14 MINFEB 21
Comments
Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Patt Morrison talks with Daniel Zingale a top advisor to the last three governors and to Maria Shriver, and a veteran of the Jerry Brown 1.0 administration. Zingale has also been founding director of California’s managed health care department, executive director of AIDS Action, and a top official at the California Endowment.

18 MINFEB 12
Comments
Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Gertman. Gertman has been recognized nationwide as a pioneer in the integrated waste management field.

16 MINFEB 5
Comments
Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Elections guru Richard Hasen: Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy 2020

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Hasen an American legal scholar and expert in legislation, election law and campaign finance.

16 MINJAN 29
Comments
Elections guru Richard Hasen: Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy 2020

Intelligence veteran Malcolm Nance’s grand slam: President Trump, the military, and Putin’s Russia

Patt Morrison talks with former United States Navy senior chief petty officer specializing in naval cryptology. Malcolm is an American author and media commentator on terrorism, intelligence, insurgency, and torture.

15 MINJAN 15
Comments
Intelligence veteran Malcolm Nance’s grand slam: President Trump, the military, and Putin’s Russia

Scott Galloway: California’s gig economy, privacy laws will be the nation’s “heavyweight prizefight”

Patt Morrison talks with Scott Galloway best selling author and professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business.

17 MINJAN 8
Comments
Scott Galloway: California’s gig economy, privacy laws will be the nation’s “heavyweight prizefight”
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