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September

Community Advisory Board Conversation

Be heard! Our town hall-style meetings are a rare chance to share feedback that gets funneled directly to the station.

We the Commuters: Homelessness in the Subways

We the Commuters

WNYC and Gothamist go live-in-studio with a look at the current crisis, featuring news-making discussion and live performance. Hosted by Shumita Basu.

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Ticket To…Colombia

Ticket To...Explore the World with the Alignist Book Club

Explore Colombia’s history and culture through Juan Gabriel Vásquez‘s The Sound of Things Falling. We’ll talk about the novel, the rise of drug smuggling and the violence that followed. Plus a performance by indie pop band Salt Cathedral.

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American Candy: The History of Sex, Part 2

New York City’s most culturally skewering, juicy sketch show returns to our stage for a hilarious and naughty wild ride. Featuring special guest comedian Dave Lester.

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How to Revive a Fading Language

Micropolis

Which of the 600 languages spoken in New York City are disappearing, and what happens when a language is down to its last speakers? Arun Venugopal hosts a night of performances, audience participation and conversation.

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October

Get Lit with All Of It: Laura Lippman

Get Lit with All Of It

Alison Stewart kicks off her book club with the bestselling author, discussing her latest, Lady in the Lake. Plus a peek at the season’s new novels with Books Are Magic’s Emma Straub and a performance by folk band Joseph.

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WQXR’s Midday Masterpieces: Pianist Kate Liu

WQXR's Midday Masterpieces

Settle in for an hour of musical serenity with rising stars from The Juilliard School in this free midday concert featuring selections from some of classical music’s most beloved composers. This month, pianist Kate Liu performs.

 

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The Art of Audio Storytelling

WNYC producers from The United States of Anxiety and Radiolab share how they tap into the emotions of their listeners and captivate audiences to create compelling theater of the mind.

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Using AI to Predict and Preempt Epidemics

Millions of lives are lost each year to illnesses that spread from wildlife and domesticated animals to people. What if we could forecast pathogen spillovers and diffuse them before they made people sick?

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Black Icons of Art: Thelma Golden and Rujeko Hockley

Black Icons

WNYC’s Rebecca Carroll sits down with the two luminaries, discussing their experiences growing a beloved Harlem institution, cultivating diversity at historically white institutions and what lies ahead for the art world.

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