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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
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lourdes nearon

Keri Blakinger should write a book!

Apr 17th
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Farmer John

that's it? Henry Louis Gates gets less than 1/2 the air time of your show? and you feel the rest of your show with some half-rate comic? simply deplorable

Apr 5th
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Daniel Barnes

I really wish NPR could find a way to eliminate mouth sounds. If you sufferer from misophonia, this program and this particular interview can be unbearable

Apr 3rd
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Michael Friggin Marquis

yeah what's up with her. ..she keeps stopping to swallow spit or something. the mouth sounds are unbearable which sucks because I really wanted to hear this

Apr 2nd
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Robert Koch

this guy fills in so many blanks, just keep on assuming what people think

Apr 2nd
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Ryan Scally

her lips smacking.its unbearable.....I had to turn it off

Apr 2nd
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John Reed

Awesome show!

Mar 18th
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Heather Boylen

this therapist has such a beautiful voice and a lovely way of expressing herself.

Feb 20th
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Jill Dykes

Wonderful reflections of my own story. Thank you

Jan 30th
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Cheryl

Follow

Jan 22nd
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David Mahoney

Aw

Jan 13th
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Joseph Scavone

it

Dec 20th
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M Carter

That was great!

Dec 12th
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Christopher Band

No thanks.

Dec 12th
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Denny C

excellent

Nov 24th
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Nestor Meddows

happy to hear this episode...

Nov 23rd
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Benjamin Craft-Rendon

McKay Coppins, like all those who long for a return to past bipartisanship, ignores the discrimination baked into that political detente. Dismissing the idea that politics in the US is a life-&-death struggle can only happen if you're not one of those having their personhood litigated.

Nov 11th
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Benjamin Craft-Rendon

Boo, the worst equivocation over Thomas Jefferson's exploitation of Sally Hemings. The essence of enslaving someone is stripping them of their ability to consent, and hence your 'relationship' is rape

Nov 9th
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JENNIFER WANG

This episode is great and interesting.

Oct 30th
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It's Time

really we just have to building returns for middle class

Oct 29th
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