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Radiowaves is a show that takes you into the studios and behind the mics of the renowned voices of public radio and podcasting. Through long-form and intimate conversations, Radiowaves explores the minds of the likes of Ira Glass, Jad Abumrad, Amy Goodman, Peter Sagal, and many other radio greats. From their professional origins and the secrets of their craft to their views on politics and the media landscape: if you have ever been curious to learn more about the voices you listen to, this is the program that you won't want to miss. Hosted by Kevin Caners.

Latest Episodes

8 - Amy Goodman

Throughout her reporting career, Amy Goodman has distinguished herself as one of the most outspoken and principled journalists in the country. Not only that, as the host and driving force behind the daily current affairs programDemocracy Now! she helped create a worldwide movementin independent media, and a show that now airs on over 1300 stations across the United States and around the world. In this interview we speak with Amy about her earlychildhood foraysinto journalism, about a harrowing chapter she experienced reporting onthe brutaloccupation of East Timor, and discuss her philosophy of why having a healthy independent media is so crucial.

83 MIN2015 APR 10
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8 - Amy Goodman

7 - Alex Blumberg

For over 15 years Alex Blumberg was a producer at This American Life, where he gained acclaim for producing superb and timely investigative pieces like The Giant Pool of Money, and When Patents Attack. But since August he's found himself in a decidedly new role, as the CEO of a startup podcasting company called Gimlet media. And through a bit of luck and procrastination, we caught up with Alex Blumberg in both roles. So this episode we bring you a special interview in two parts - both pre and post setting off to found his own company - with radio producer extraordinaire, Alex Blumberg.

80 MIN2015 MAR 13
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7 - Alex Blumberg

6 - Peter Sagal

NPR isn't necessarily known for comedy, but one program in particular - Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! - definitely breaks that mould. This week we speak with Wait Wait's funny and charming host Peter Sagal about his unlikely beginnings in public radio, the role of comedy in politics, and about being a subversive overachiever from early on.

69 MIN2015 FEB 20
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6 - Peter Sagal

5 - Ira Glass (2/2)

Part two of our wide-ranging interview with Ira Glass. In this second half of the conversation, Kevin speaks with Ira about anxiety, climate change, the role of storytelling in the wider world, and how it feels to look back on almost 20 years of This American Life.

58 MIN2015 FEB 6
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5 - Ira Glass (2/2)

4 - Ira Glass (1/2)

The first in our two part wide-ranging interview with Ira Glass, the host and creator of This American Life. In this portion we discuss with Ira his beginnings in radio, disappointing his parents, the slow process it took to find his voice, and the philosophy he has towards storytelling.

54 MIN2015 JAN 29
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4 - Ira Glass (1/2)

3 - Robert Krulwich

Robert Krulwich is best known these days as the co-host of WNYC's Radiolab, but his career in journalism stretches back decades. From the heady early days of NPR to reporting for CBS and ABC News, Krulwich has broken ground and throughout his career proved a truly distinctive voice in the journalistic landscape. He's also picked up some rather incredible stories along the way... which makes this an interview you won't want to miss.

69 MIN2015 JAN 14
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3 - Robert Krulwich

2 - Jad Abumrad

Jad Abumrad is the creator and co-host of WNYC's Radiolab, which is consistently one of the most popular podcasts in the world. We speak to Jad about his upbringing in Tennessee, the story behind the birth of Radiolab, as well as the ups and many downs he experienced along the way.

74 MIN2014 DEC 13
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2 - Jad Abumrad

1 - Brooke Gladstone

Brooke Gladstone is the co-host of WNYC's award-winning program On The Media. We talk about her beginnings in journalism, the time she spent reporting overseas as a radio correspondent from Moscow, and her thoughts on the ever evolving media landscape.

65 MIN2014 DEC 4
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1 - Brooke Gladstone
the END

Latest Episodes

8 - Amy Goodman

Throughout her reporting career, Amy Goodman has distinguished herself as one of the most outspoken and principled journalists in the country. Not only that, as the host and driving force behind the daily current affairs programDemocracy Now! she helped create a worldwide movementin independent media, and a show that now airs on over 1300 stations across the United States and around the world. In this interview we speak with Amy about her earlychildhood foraysinto journalism, about a harrowing chapter she experienced reporting onthe brutaloccupation of East Timor, and discuss her philosophy of why having a healthy independent media is so crucial.

83 MIN2015 APR 10
Comments
8 - Amy Goodman

7 - Alex Blumberg

For over 15 years Alex Blumberg was a producer at This American Life, where he gained acclaim for producing superb and timely investigative pieces like The Giant Pool of Money, and When Patents Attack. But since August he's found himself in a decidedly new role, as the CEO of a startup podcasting company called Gimlet media. And through a bit of luck and procrastination, we caught up with Alex Blumberg in both roles. So this episode we bring you a special interview in two parts - both pre and post setting off to found his own company - with radio producer extraordinaire, Alex Blumberg.

80 MIN2015 MAR 13
Comments
7 - Alex Blumberg

6 - Peter Sagal

NPR isn't necessarily known for comedy, but one program in particular - Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! - definitely breaks that mould. This week we speak with Wait Wait's funny and charming host Peter Sagal about his unlikely beginnings in public radio, the role of comedy in politics, and about being a subversive overachiever from early on.

69 MIN2015 FEB 20
Comments
6 - Peter Sagal

5 - Ira Glass (2/2)

Part two of our wide-ranging interview with Ira Glass. In this second half of the conversation, Kevin speaks with Ira about anxiety, climate change, the role of storytelling in the wider world, and how it feels to look back on almost 20 years of This American Life.

58 MIN2015 FEB 6
Comments
5 - Ira Glass (2/2)

4 - Ira Glass (1/2)

The first in our two part wide-ranging interview with Ira Glass, the host and creator of This American Life. In this portion we discuss with Ira his beginnings in radio, disappointing his parents, the slow process it took to find his voice, and the philosophy he has towards storytelling.

54 MIN2015 JAN 29
Comments
4 - Ira Glass (1/2)

3 - Robert Krulwich

Robert Krulwich is best known these days as the co-host of WNYC's Radiolab, but his career in journalism stretches back decades. From the heady early days of NPR to reporting for CBS and ABC News, Krulwich has broken ground and throughout his career proved a truly distinctive voice in the journalistic landscape. He's also picked up some rather incredible stories along the way... which makes this an interview you won't want to miss.

69 MIN2015 JAN 14
Comments
3 - Robert Krulwich

2 - Jad Abumrad

Jad Abumrad is the creator and co-host of WNYC's Radiolab, which is consistently one of the most popular podcasts in the world. We speak to Jad about his upbringing in Tennessee, the story behind the birth of Radiolab, as well as the ups and many downs he experienced along the way.

74 MIN2014 DEC 13
Comments
2 - Jad Abumrad

1 - Brooke Gladstone

Brooke Gladstone is the co-host of WNYC's award-winning program On The Media. We talk about her beginnings in journalism, the time she spent reporting overseas as a radio correspondent from Moscow, and her thoughts on the ever evolving media landscape.

65 MIN2014 DEC 4
Comments
1 - Brooke Gladstone
the END
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