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  • Options June 8, 2009: Music therapist and lay cantor Lisa Sokolov visits,followed by a chat with bassist Dmitri Kolesnik. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 1, 2009: Two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Jon Jeter visits to talk about the worldwide effect of globalization. Then we talk with Austin-based jazz singer Kat Edmonson. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 25, 2009: Writer Mike Edison author of "I Have Fun Everywhere I Go: Savage Tales of Pot, Porn, Punk Rock, Pro Wrestling, Talking Apes, Evil Bosses, Dirty Blues, American Heroes, and the Most Notorious Magazines in the World" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 18, 2009: Steve Massa, film historian and writer and Ben Model, film historian and accompanist, two of the organizers of the Museum of Modern Art's Cruel and Unusual (film) Comedy: Social Commentary in the American Slapstick Film. Bruce Bennett cohosts. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 11, 2009: | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 4, 2009: Duck Hunting with Dick | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 27, 2009: Artist/cartoonist R. Sikoryak and musician Dave Soldier | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options April 13, 2009: Jazz violinist Christian Howes on his unusual road to jazz and his latest CD, Heartfelt. Then, author Rachel Shteil talks about the great Gypsy Rose Lee. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 6, 2009: Art and architecture historian Kirsten Hoving and jazz pianist Antonio Ciacca. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 30, 2009: Duck Hunting with Dick | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options March 16, 2009: David Rothkopf, author of "Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making, and tenor saxophonist David Sanchez | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 9, 2009: Week 2 of the 2009 WFMU Marathon with co-host Bruce Bennett | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 2, 2009: Week 1 of the 2009 WFMU Marathon with co-host Tim and Ken Smith with a Duck Hunting update. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • February 25, 2009: Special Marathon Announcement
  • Options February 23, 2009: Pianist Jason Moran | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 16, 2009: Musician Marc Johnson, then our film correspondent Bruce Bennett | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 9, 2009: Pianist/arranger/composer/singer Elain Elias returns to the program. Then , legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb visits... | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 2, 2009: Mulgrew Miller | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 26, 2009: First, drummer/dynamo Francisco Mela, then filmmaker Emily Hubley is back! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 19, 2009: Duck Hunting with Dick - special AMF edition! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 12, 2009: | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 5, 2009: Filmmaker John Walter visits to talk about his new film, Theater of War. Then, jazz (and radio!) legend Marian McPartland. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 29, 2008: New York-based pianist Roy Meriwether | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 22, 2008: Carl Hart, Associate Professor of Psychology in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at Columbia University, and Director of the Methamphetamine Research Laboratory at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 15, 2008: Sarah Murray, author of Moveable Feasts, Then, Grammy Award-winning clarinetist/saxophonist Paquito D'Rivera. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 8, 2008: Author and critic Judith Thurman, then Vince Giordano, leader of the band The Nighthawks and collector of early era jazz. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 1, 2008: Jazz critic Ben Ratliff, author of "The Jazz Ear: Conversations over Music" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 24, 2008: Paul Motian, one of the most influential modern drummers , then our special film correspondent Bruce Bennett. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 17, 2008: Filmmaker Les Blank | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 10, 2008: Teacher, writer, editor Peter Ferry, then a visit from a living legend, jazz pianist Hank Jones. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 3, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick. Politics. Of course! With cohost Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 27, 2008: Legendary singer, songwriter Leslie Gore, then special film correspondent Bruce Bennett | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 20, 2008: Guest Amanda Petrusich, author of "It Still Moves", who hit the road and visited many of the iconic sites of America's musical heritage | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 13, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 6, 2008: Author Jen Lin-Liu, then , the Speakeasy's special film correspondent Bruce Bennett. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 29, 2008: Kent Jones on the 46th Annual New York Film Festival | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 22, 2008: Jazz Double - Stevie Holland and Francisco Mela | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 15, 2008: Our regular film expert and reviewer for the NY Sun, Bruce Bennett, then singer Patricia Barber talks about Cole Porter and more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 8, 2008: Maverick filmmaker Robert Downey, Sr. plus jazz guitarist/singer John Pizzarelli | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 1, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 25, 2008: Pianist Kenny Barron, then Drummer Chico Hamilton. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 18, 2008: Ammon Shea author of "Reading the OED" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 11, 2008: Essayist and former American Scholar Editor Anne Fadiman. Then singer Maureen McGovern. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 4, 2008: Julie Salamon on red tape, healthcare, and her new book, Hospital. Then Speakeasy regular Bruce Bennett gives the film update. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 28, 2008: Dominic Streatfield, author of Brainwash: The Secret History of Mind Control and then, pianist/composer Cedar Walton. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 21, 2008: Author Jim Holt talks about his latest, Stop Me If You've Heard This: A History and Philosophy of Jokes. Then, Jazz singer extraordinaire Carrie Jackson visits. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 14, 2008: The team of vocalist CAPATHIA JENKINS and songwriter/performer LOUIS ROSEN visit to talk about their acclaimed new PS CLASSICS CD, "One Ounce of Truth: The Nikki Giovanni Songs. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 7, 2008: Critic, author, and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Associate Director of Programming Kent Jones | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 30, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick: The latest on all the political news, with cohost Ken Smith! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 23, 2008: Art critic Arthur C. Danto and legendary jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 16, 2008: Filmmaker Guy Maddin and legendary jazz alto saxophonist/composer Lee Konitz | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 9, 2008: Film night with Bruce Bennet and Jed Rapfogel | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 2, 2008: Filmmaker Phil Leirness visits to talk about his latest, Karl Rove, I Love You , a documentary-style look at the unique relationship between Bush's "brain" and character actor Dan Butler. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 26, 2008: Author Brian Hayes and jazz pianist Lafayette Harris, Jr. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 19, 2008: Frequent cohost and film critic Bruce Bennett gives an update on what's worth - and not worth - seeing in the theaters then jazz singer Shea Breaux Wells. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 12, 2008: Neurologist and neuroscientist Marco Iacoboni and Jazz pianist Don Friedman | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 5, 2008: Poet August Kleinzahler whose new book, Sleeping It Off in RapidCity: Poems, New and Selected, has just been released; then Producer Yusef Ghandhi visits to talk about Miles from India, which recreates Miles Davis tunes fused with an Indian sensibility | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 28, 2008: Kevin Phillips talks about his latest book, Bad Money, and Lily Koppel talks about her book, The Red Leather Diary. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 21, 2008: Joseph S. Nye, Jr., former Dean of the The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the author of The Powers to Lead. And then, Arthur Penn, director of many seminal films, including Bonnie and Clyde & Little Big Man. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 14, 2008: Singer in the vocalese tradition Giacomo Gates visits. His new CD/DVD, Luminosity, has just been released and he'll be performing at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola this Tuesday and Wednesday,April 15 & 16. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 7, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick! The latest political shenanigans discussed with co-host Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 31, 2008: Comix artist Glenn Head returns to talk about Hotwire 2, his most recent compilation the works of many artists like Mary Fleener, Doug Allen, R. Sikoryak, and others. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 24, 2008: Filmmaker Emily Hubley returns to talk about her new film, The Toe Tactic Plus hear of Bruce Bennett's exploits as a victim of a White House aide's plagairism. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 17, 2008: Legendary pianist and radio personality Marian McPartland visits on the week of her 90th birthday! Then, Jesse Sheidlower, editor of the Oxford English Dictionary and author of The F-Word. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 10, 2008: Steve Kuhn, performing with his trio at Birdland 3/12 - 3/15, and then John McCallum & Googie Withers, stars of the classic Brit-Noir It Always Rains on Sunday | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 3, 2008: 2008 WFMU Marathon with co-host Robin Edgerton | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 25, 2008: 2008 Marathon with Co-host Rich | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 18, 2008: Steven Lankenau, Director of Programming at the Brooklyn Philharmonic, talks about their Music Off the Walls concerts and other programs. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 11, 2008: Singer Judy Collins, then, Alex Boese, creator and curator of The Museum of Hoaxes alks about his book Elephants on Acid and Other Bizarre Experiments. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 4, 2008: Duck Hunting with Dick, with co-host Ken Smith. Prepare for "super" Tuesday with jaded political banter | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 28, 2008: Film critic and Film Society of Lincoln Center programmer Kent Jones and author, critic, and Library of America's Editor in Chief Geoffrey O'Brien return to The Speakeasy with their picks for favorite and worst films of 2007. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 21, 2008: Pianist Eliane Elias discusses her new CD "Something for You, a tribute to Bill Evans". Then, artist/author Maira Kalman talks about her latest book, The Principles of Uncertainty. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 14, 2008: Clarinetist Bob DeAngelis talks about his Bennie Goodman tribute concert at Carnegie Hall on January 16th to be performed with his 50-piece big band. Then, Margaret Krug talks about art history, techniques, and more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 7, 2008: Otto Preminger biographer Foster Hirsch and actor Keir Dullea visit the Speakeasy to talk about this maverick fimmaker. Dullea starred in Preminger's Bunny Lake Is Missing, and Hirsh's book is OTTO PREMINGER: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • December 31, 2007: The Old Codger filled in.
  • Options December 24, 2007: Artist Chuck Close, the subject of the new film by Marion Cajori which features not only Close but also his friends and colleagues. And Edwin Frank, the Editorial Director of NYRB Classic. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 17, 2007: Onion editor, Chris Karwowski returns to the show to talk about Our Dumb World: The Atlas Of The Planet Earth. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 10, 2007: Kent Jones talks about his documentary, Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows , then Michael Feinstein discusses his life in music working with Ira Gershwin, and more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 3, 2007: Film critic at the New York Sun and frequent visitor to the Speakeasy Bruce Bennett is back to talk movies. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 26, 2007: Jim Dunbar, one of the producers of the soundtrack for Todd Haynes' fictional Bob Dylan bio film "I'm not There," (as well as many other films) stops by. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 19, 2007: Singer Stacey Kent talks about her new CD, Breakfast on the Morning Tram. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 12, 2007: Paul L. Mills, poet, performance artist, rock journalist, and civil rights lawyers whose new book is "The Poetry Dollars". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 5, 2007: A visit from Simone Dinnerstein, concert pianist and daughter of painter Simon Dinnerstein, who's new self-produced recordings of Bach's Goldberg Variations hit the Billboard Classical charts at #1 | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 29, 2007: Professor of civil engineering & author Henry Petroski on his latest book, "The Toothpick: Technology and Culture." plus Singer Marilyn Maye visits to talk about her tribute to Johnny Carson (she was on the Tonight Show 70+ times). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 22, 2007: Jazz pianist Jason Moran on the multi-media performance "IN MY MIND: Monk at Town Hall 1959" and Rodolphe Marconi, the director of "Lagerfeld Confidential", a profile of Karl Lagerfeld. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 15, 2007: Author Luc Sante talks about his work from 1990-2005, and his new collection of pieces from that time, Kill All Your Darlings. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 8, 2007: Daniel J. Levitin, record producer, musician, professor (McGill University), psycholgist, and author of This Is Your Brain On Music: The Science of a Human Obsession. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 1, 2007: New York Times jazz critic Ben Ratliff returns to the program to talk about his new book, Coltrane:The Story of a Sound. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 24, 2007: Kent Jones, editor-at-large of Film Comment magazine, and member of the Selection Committee for the NY Film Festival,on this year's NY Film Festival and his new book, Physical Evidence: Selected Film Criticism. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 17, 2007: Bruce Bennett joins Dorian and guests Craig Zobel and Pat Healy, director and star of the film Great World of Sound. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 10, 2007: Husband & wife performers/songwriting/production team Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, whose songs include "Aint No Mountain High Enough" & "You're All I Need To Get By". Then Garth Risk Hallberg, author of A Field Guide to the North American Family. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 3, 2007: Cultural and fashion writer Dana Thomas on the luxury goods market and how it lost its luster, as chronicled in her book, Deluxe. Then Richard Pena of the Film Society of Lincoln Center returns to talk about the upcoming LatinBeat film festival. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 27, 2007: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright (The Looming Tower) visits again to talk about Al Quaeda and more. Then, Ken Smith discusses new developments, including our Rove-less and Gonzales-free future. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 20, 2007: Charles D'Ambrosio, author most recently of the short story collection The Dead Fish Museum (a Pen/Fulkner finalist) as well as The Point and a collection of essays Orphans, visits the program to talk about his work. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 13, 2007: U of Chicago Prof in the Dept of Ecology & Evolution Jerry Coyne gives an update of evolution and anti-evolution in the political sphere and trumpeter Avishai Cohen visits to talk about his latest CD, "After the Big Rain". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 6, 2007: Frequent cohost and New York Sun film critic Bruce Bennett visits to talk about the cinematic scene. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 30, 2007: Orrin Keepnews, the legendary music producer who helped build the reputations of such giants as Thelonius Monk and Bill Evans spends an hour discussing his life and career. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 23, 2007: Victoria Gotti, wife of John Gotti Senior, talks about her art and life. Then, singer Annie Ross,of Lambert Hendricks and Ross. She is performing at the Metropolitan Room in midtown Manhattan every Tuesday night. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 16, 2007: Novelist Douglas A. Martin discusses his work, including Outline of my Lover. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 9, 2007: Innovative trumpeter and vocalist Matt Shulman visits to talk about his music and the unique system he developed. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 2, 2007: Lincoln Center Film Society Programmer/ film scholar Kent Jones returns to discuss the Cannes Film Festival, the 30 Years of Kino International festival up at the Walter Reade Theater, and the late director Edward yang and his legacy. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 25, 2007: Legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter and violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 18, 2007: Singer Mary Wilson of the Supremes and Jack Beatty, senior editor at The Atlantic Monthly and news analyst for NPR's On Point public affairs and news program. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 11, 2007: Let's Get Lost... Bruce Weber and Jeff Preiss, the director and Director of Photography of this epic documetary on the self destructive genius that was jazz trumpeter Chet Baker, visit. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 4, 2007: Duck Hunting with Dick - o-host Ken Smith joins Dorian to talk about what's been going on in the world of politics and, well, politics. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 28, 2007: Former Republican party strategist Kevin Phillips discusses his latest book, American Theocracy: The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21stCentury. Then, Alternadad Neal Pollack visits. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 21, 2007: Jazz pianist supreme Bill Charlap. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 14, 2007: Dori Hadar, who discovered a trove of hand-rendered album covers with cardboard records inside, along with homemade cardboard 45's and 8-tracks, all by "Mingering Mike." Then Dennis Geronimus, author of Piero di Cosimo, Visions Beautiful and Strange. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 7, 2007: Bruce Bennett cohosts another film fact & fun-filled hour as the Speakeasy celebrates screen legend Lee Marvin. Marvin's widow, Pamela Feeley Marvin, is a special guest. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 30, 2007: Vocalist Jessica Molaskey and jazz guitarist/vocalist John Pizzarelli have the most sophisticated husband and wife musical act around. They visit The Speakeasy this week. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 23, 2007: Author Jonathan Lethem discusses his newest novel, You Don't Love Me Yet. Then, philanthrpist and ambassador Swanee Hunt talk about her work and her book, Half-Life of a Zealot. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 16, 2007: Psychologist (and rock violinist) Katie Gentile talks about Creating Bodies: Eating Disorders as Self-Destructive Survival, in which she analyzes a lifelong diary of a woman with bulimia. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 9, 2007: WOMEN IN SCIENCE NIGHT. First, physicist Janna Levin (whose research areas include black holes, the finite universe and theories of everything) then, mathematician Cathleen Morawetz, Professor Emerita of Mathematical Sciences at NYU | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 2, 2007: Film distributer and historian Eric Spilker joins Bruce Bennett and Dorian as they discuss B musicals . The Film Forum in Manhattan will be featuring some of these in a program entitles, appropriately, B Musicals, which will run from March 30 -April 19. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 26, 2007: Michael Jacobs visits to discuss his feature documentary debut, Audience of One in which a San Francisco Pentecostal minister, having received a vision from God, leads his small flock to make a sci-fi biblical epic titled "Gravity: The Shadow of Joseph." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 19, 2007: Legendary jazz pianist Steve Kuhn returns to discuss his career, his trio with Al Foster and Ron Carter, and their new CD, Live at Birdland. Then, a repeat of Joseph Epstein on Friendship, in honor of all the friends of WFMU who pledged this year. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 12, 2007: Week Two of the 2007 Marathon With Marathon co-host Bruce Bennett | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • March 6, 2007: Special Marathon Podcast
  • Options March 5, 2007: 2007 Marathon with Co-host Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 26, 2007: Buzz Poole visits to talk about his investigations of facial sightings in taco shells, toast, rocks, and other unlikely places. He is the author of author of Madonna of the Toast. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 19, 2007: Singer songwriter Bobby Hebb, who was catapulted into fame in 1966 with his hit song and album, "Sunny" and Adam Kern (Harvard University Dept Japanese Literature) talks about the history of manga. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 12, 2007: Primatologist Frans de Waal. He will discuss his new book "Primates and Philosophers: How Morality Evolved" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 5, 2007: Editors and Writers of The Onion, America's Finest News Source | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 29, 2007: Bob Stein of The Institute for the Future of the Book. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 22, 2007: Critics Kent Jones and Geoffrey O'Brien join Dorian for the Best of 2006 film roundup. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 15, 2007: Biologist Richard Dawkins returns to The Speakeasy, this time to talk about The God Delusion. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 8, 2007: Novelist and memoirist Paula Fox, plus documentary filmmaker Ellen Bruno. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 1, 2007: Gaylord and Dorian give the airwaves over to the NPRI Radio Network's star on-air talent, Shoshanna Shaldhoury and Art Ott, for a unique and sophisticated hour of discussion on topics of concern to listeners like you. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 25, 2006: Artist Walton Ford, whose paintings of the not-always -so natural world are currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum, visits the program. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 18, 2006: Sabine Rewald, the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Jacques and Natasha Gelman Curator in the Department of 19th-Century, Modern, and Contemporary Art .She is the curator of the Met's current exhinition GLITTER AND DOOM: German Portraits from the 1920's. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 11, 2006: The Chicago Reader's film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum talks about Jacques Tati's classic film Playtime and also his time working with Tati, then director Marie Nyrerod on her film Bergman Island, a documentary on filmmaker Ingmar Bergman | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 4, 2006: Anne Elizabeth Moore from Punk Planet and Series Editor of Best American Comics 2006. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 27, 2006: Author Carl Hiaasen talks bout his latest novel, Nature Girl. Then Harry Shearer and Bob Balaban, two of the cast memeber of the new film For Your Consideration, talk about their craft and the experiences of being in Christopher Guest's films. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 20, 2006: It's John Ford night as Bruce Bennett, Kent Jones, Amy Taubin, and actor Dobe Carey (SEARCHERS, etc). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 13, 2006: The New Yorker's Adam Gopnik visits to talk about his chronicles of New York City since he returned in 2000, which are compiled in his new book Through the Children's Gate. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 6, 2006: Lee Silver visits the program to talk about chimera, biotechnology, clong, and more. (See playlist for full description.) | See the playlist | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 30, 2006: Joseph LeDoux of New York University's Center for the Neuroscience of Fear and Anxiety visits to program to talk about fear and the biological mechanisms of emotional memory. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 23, 2006: Jerry Coyne on Intelligent Design and comic artist/curator Ivan Brunetti, creator of Schizo, talks about the art of graphic fiction and comics. (See playlist for full description.) | See the playlist | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 16, 2006: Artist Richard Eagan, who will be part of the Annual Gowanus Artists Studio Tour talks about art, honey, karaoke, and much more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 9, 2006: Noted cultural critic Greil Marcus: "If you're looking to see the future of America you're better off looking to today's artists than the politicians". All this is in his latest book, The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 2, 2006: Ken Smith and Dorian bring you Duck Hunting with Dick with special guest: Sidney Blumenthal - journalist, assistant, and senior advisor to President Bill Clinton, and author of How Bush Rules: Chronicles of a Radical Regime. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 25, 2006: Just in time for the opening of the New York Film Festival (Sept. 29 - Oct. 15), critic Kent Jones of the programming committee revisits our airwaves to talk about this year's festival offerings and more in the world of film. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 18, 2006: Filmmaker Kelly Reichardt joins Dorian and cohost Bruce Bennett to talk about her new film, "Old Joy" which is opening at the Film Forum in Manhattan on Sept 20. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 11, 2006: What better way to celebrate New York than to speak with author Ian Frazier, who visits the studio for a full hour. His latest book, Gone to New York: Adventures in the City, is now out in paperback. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 4, 2006: What is the nature of friendship? Author Joseph Epstein explores this question.In fact, his latest book addresses the subject- Friendship: An Expose. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 28, 2006: New Yorker staff writer & fellow at the Center for Law & Security at NYU Lawrence Wright on the events that led to the attacks on the World Trade Center and about Al-Qaeda. His book is The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 21, 2006: Food, wine and travel writer Jinx Morgan, co-author of 1965 book, Saucepans & the Single Girl and Jason Bitner, creator and editor of Found Magazine. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 14, 2006: Ken Smith returns for a little Duck Hunting with Dick! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 7, 2006: Robert Marbury of MART (Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists) talks about rogue taxidermy and Michael Crewdson, who with Margaret Mittelbach wrote Carnivorous Nights: On the Trail of the Tasmanian Tiger returns with tales of the wild. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 31, 2006: Todd Pruzan, who has edited and put together the works of travelogue-ist and xenophobe Mrs. Favell Lee Mortimer and Summer book pics with Carol Lipnik! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 24, 2006: More film talk with writer/filmmaker/musican and all0around entertaining guy Bruce Bennett. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 17, 2006: From April 3, 2006: Peter Whybrow, author of "American Mania: When Too Much Is Not Enough." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 10, 2006: Executive Director of the Arms Control Association Daryl G. Kimball visits and Ken Smith cohosts another installment of Duck Hunting with Dick. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 3, 2006: Paul R. Pillar of Georgetown University who was a longtime National Intelligence Officer for the Central intelligence Agency and star chef Daniel Boulud ob his new television show, AFTER HOURS WITH DANIEL. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 26, 2006: Film critic Kent Jones , who has workes as an archivist for Martin Scorsese's Cappa Productions), programmer (for the Film Society of Lincoln Center) and critic and editor at large for Film Comment. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 19, 2006: Author Phillip Lopate, talking about "American Movie Critics: From the Silents Until Now". Also, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Richard Pena visits again. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 12, 2006: Bruce Bennett returns to talk film. Dorian and Bruce are joined by a special guest, filmmaker James Spooner (Afro-Punk), who is co-curator of the Afro-Punk weekend at BAM June 30 - July 4 . | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 5, 2006: Renowned comix artist Glenn Head visits the studios to talk about his latest project, HOTWIRE Comix and Capers, which he edited and features works by artists Tony Millionaire, Carol Swain, Danny Hellman, and many others. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 29, 2006: Artist, animator, commercial director and carpenter Mac Premo visits to talk about his work and the 2006 Atlantic Avenue Artwalk (Saturday & Sunday, June 3 & 4) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 22, 2006: Kate T. Williamson, the author of "A Year in Japan" stops by the Speakeasy with Dorian. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 15, 2006: Author John Haskell visits the studios to talk about his latest book, American Purgatorio. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 8, 2006: Duck Hunting with Dick, with Ken Smith and guest Gen. Wm. Odom | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 1, 2006: Food critic and Gourmet magazine editor Ruth Reichl about her latest book, Garlic and Sapphires. And Duke University Professor of Enginaeering and author Henry Petroski on Success Through Failure, the Paradox of Design. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 24, 2006: Producer, director, writer, and founder of the American Film Institute George Stevens, Jr. and foreign policy advisor Charles A. Stevenson talks about the unique challenges of the office of Secretary of Defense and the people who have served in the office | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 17, 2006: NYU Professor of American Studies Andrew Ross discusses corporate flight and the lessons of free trade as explained in his latest book, Fast Boat to China: Lessons from Shanghai. And April is Poetry Month, Lawyer/poet Lawrence Joseph helps celebrate. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 10, 2006: Artist Tricia McLaughlin talks about her latest body of work, Aquatecture, and historian of science and technology Bettyann Kevles of talks about her latest book, Almost Heaven: The Story of Women in Space. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 3, 2006: Peter Whybrow, author of "American Mania: When Too Much Is Not Enough," and wiretap/surveilance/countermeasure expert Martin Kaiser, author of "Odyssey of an Eavesdropper." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 27, 2006: The return of author and historian of technology Edward Tenner, this time tp talk about Google, science education, and the erging plagiosphere.Then photographer Simen Johan dioscusses his latest work, Until the Kingdom Comes. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 20, 2006: Bruce Bennett returns to talk about the last of the indepents, Don Siegel, director of the original Ivasionof the Bosy Snatchers, Dirty Harry, Charlei Varrick, and many other notable films. Plus other film talk! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 13, 2006: Author of the novel The Seas, Samantha Hunt, visits the studios to talk writing, music, and mermaids. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 6, 2006: Week two of the 2006 Marathon with co-host Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 27, 2006: Week one of the 2006 Marathon with co-host Maria Levitsky | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 20, 2006: Duck Hunting with Dick. You knew it was coming! What's going on down on the ranch. Ken Smith cohosts. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 13, 2006: Author (Sonate for Jukebox, Hardboiled America, and others) and Editor-in-Chief of the Library of America Geoffrey O'Brien returns, this time to talk about the classic Carol Reed film, The Fallen Idol. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 6, 2006: Peter Rosen, James Rosenquist and Bernard Henri-Levi | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 30, 2006: Poet August Kleinzahler talks life, poetry, and his latest book, Cutty, One Rock. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 23, 2006: Andy Lampert talks Unessential Cinema with Bruce Bennett and Dorian. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 16, 2006: Dorian and cohost Ken Smith go Duck Hunting with Dick and bring you the lastest in Cheney shenanigans. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 9, 2006: Author Ian Frazier talks about his adventures in the city and his book 'Gone to New York'. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 2, 2006: Animator Emily Hubley talks about her work in film and an upcoming evening of her works at MOMA in NYC on Jan 4, then listen in to author/historian of technology Edward Tenner on eyeglasses and more! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 26, 2005: Art Critic Arthur Danto (rebroadcast) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 19, 2005: Bruce Bennett visits to talk film, and philosopher Colin McGinn talks about films & dream. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 12, 2005: Noam Chomsky, the MIT Professor of linguistics and philisophy and political writer talks about the post 9-11 world and his book,'Imperial Ambitions'. Also appearing will be New Yorker Editor David Remnick. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 5, 2005: Longtime chronicler of the modern pharmaceutical industry and the politics of medicine Greg Critser visits. And Graeme Gibson, author of The Bedside Book of Birds : An Avian Miscellany. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 28, 2005: USCD sociologist Andrew Scull discusses Henry Cotton, director of a New Jersey mental hospital who was unfortunately obsessed with the idea that mental disorders were caused by infections. And 5 minutes with Stanley Kubrick (OK, 4 minutes and 52 seconds) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 21, 2005: Musician, film critic and all-around renaissance guy Bruce Bennett (also known for his stints on WFMU's The Hound show) visits to talk about the best films around. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 14, 2005: Author Salman Rushdie whose latest novel is "Shalimar the Clown". Afterwards, the amazing Charles Burns talks about Black Holes. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 7, 2005: Painter Joan Snyder. A Survey of her work will open at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA, and a new monograph of her work has just been published by Harry N. Abrams. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 31, 2005: Science writer Brian Hayes talks about Infrastructure and the industrial landscape, then jazz harmonica master Hendrik Meurkens checks in. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 24, 2005: Time for DUCK HUNTING WITH DICK, with Dorian and cohost Ken Smith. This week, JOE CONASON, author of The Raw Deal. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 17, 2005: An exploration of the bizarre life of Dare Wright, author of extremely strange children's book "The Lonely Doll" with author Jean Nathan, whose new book is called (aptly enough) "The Secret Life of the Lonely Doll." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 10, 2005: Is the American Dream in reality a Pipe Dream? Author Barbara Ehrenreich visits the show to talk about this, and her new book, Bait and Switch. Jerry Johnson, one of the striking miners in Barbara Kopple's epic film, Harlan County, U.S.A. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 3, 2005: Film Commentator Amy Taubin returns to the program to dicuss David Cronenburg's "A History of Violence" and Premire magazine film critic and blogger Aaron Hillis. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 26, 2005: Filmmaker Bill Morrison and musician Alan Licht. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 19, 2005: JANE SMILEY on her explorations in reading and Thirteen Ways of Looking at the Novel and RICHARD PENA of the Film Society of Lincoln Center on the upcoming 43rd New York Film Festival. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 12, 2005: Jon Elliston, news editor for the Asheville, NC Mountain Xpress, and author of Disaster in the Making, an investigative report on FEMA, joins Dorian & Ken Smith for Duck Hunting with Dick. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 5, 2005: Photographer Danny Lyon on "The Destruction of Lower Manhattan". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 5, 2005: Ken Smith and Dorian step in for Glen with an hour's worth of strange and obscure 45's. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 29, 2005: The New York Times' chief art critic, Michael Kimmelman, on the art of life and vice versa, and his new book, "The Accidental Masterpiece". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 22, 2005: Journalist Chris Mooney on The Republican War on Science and author and producer Alain Silver on samurai films. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 15, 2005: Indie film kingmaker John Pierson and filmmaker Steve James (Stevie, Hoop Dreams) visit the show to talk about James' latest film, Reel Paradise. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 8, 2005: McSweeney's editor at large and general literary guy Sean Wilsey visits the show to talk about his book "Oh the Glory of It All". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 1, 2005: Peter Whybrow on his book "American Mania: When More Is Not Enough;" and Amy Taubin, writer for Film Comment, on director Wong Kar-Wai's new film, 2046. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 25, 2005: Photographers David Godlis and Roberta Bayley talk about CBGB's, then filmmaker Les Blank on "Burden of Dreams," his documentary on Werner Herzog's epic struggles in making the film "Fitzcarraldo". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 18, 2005: Duck Hunting with Dick, with cohost Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 11, 2005: Abbott Gleason, Professor of History at Brown University, talk about "On Nineteen Eighty-Four: Orwell and our future and author T.C. Boyle on Kinsey. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 4, 2005: Historian Diana Preston, author of "Before The Fallout: From Marie Curie to Hiroshima." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 27, 2005: Annette Insdorf, Professor of Film in the School of the Arts at Columbia University, discusses Francois Truffaut's classic 1962 film Jules and Jim (Jules et Jim). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 20, 2005: Poet James Tate visits the show. His latest book is Return to the City of White Donkeys : Poems | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 13, 2005: Ken Smith joins Dorian as they speak with Gore Vidal on the Conyers report and more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 6, 2005: Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden on shooting in the streets of New York and elsewhere, followed by Graham Dorrington, British aeropspace engineer who is the subject of the Werner Herzog documentary WHITE DIAMOND, now playing at Film Forum and elsewhere. | See the playlist | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 30, 2005: Library of America Editor Geoffrey O'Brien visits the studios to talk about his book "Sonta for Jukebox: An Autobiography of My Ears." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 23, 2005: "The Men Who Stare at Goats." Journalist Jon Ronson takes on the wacky world of the military's psychological operations & Director Mark Wexler talks about his latest film, TELL THEM WHO YOU ARE, a documentary on his father, cinematographer Haskell Wexler | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 16, 2005: The creators of "Carnivourous Nights: On the Trail of the Tasmanian Tiger" Authors Margaret Mittelbach and Michael Crewdson and illustrator Alexis Rockman talk about their new book. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 9, 2005: Mark Achbar, director of the film "The Corporation" and Kim Hendrickson of the Criterion Collection on Michelangelo Antonioni's L'ECLISSE. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 2, 2005: NATION art critic and Columbia University Emeritus Professor of Philosophy *Arthur Danto* talks about his latest book, Unnatural Wonders: Essays from the Gap Between Art and Life. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 25, 2005: Duck Hunting With Dick, with Ken Smith as cohost. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 18, 2005: Artist Chuck Close (rebroadcast). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 11, 2005: Joe Flaherty: You may know him as Guy Caballero or or Sammy Maudlin. That's right - it's SCTV's Joe Flaherty!! | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 4, 2005: Duck Hunting With Dick, with Ken Smith as cohost. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 28, 2005: Kevin Guilfoile, authoer of the cloning thriller Cast of Shadows and Geoffrey O'Brien talks about the classic samurai film "The Sword of Doom," which was just released on DVD. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 21, 2005: Duck Hunting with Dick. Ken Smith and Dorian discuss the latest congressional and Bushian hijinks, the IMAX scandal, and more! Special visit by Dr. Richard Lutz, the Rutgers oceanographer who was the Science Director on VOLCANOES. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 14, 2005: 2005 WFMU Marathon with co-host Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 7, 2005: 2005 WFMU Marathon with co-host Gaylord Fields | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 28, 2005: Psychiatrist Peter Whybrow talks about his book "American Mania: When More is Not Enough". Also, Oliver Hirschbiegel, director of "Downfall", an Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Film which documents Hitler's final days in the bunker. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 21, 2005: Two-time Booker Prize winner Peter Carey on his newest book, the nonfiction "Wrong About Japan : A Father's Journey with His Son." Plus: Who the Hell's In It? Filmmaker/author Peter Bogdanovich talks about his favorite actors and actresses. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 14, 2005: Dolores Hayden, prof of architecture and American Studies at Yale, on the phemonenon of urban sprawl & Sarah Greenough, curator & head of the Dept of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, on their exhibition of the photography of Andre Kertesz. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 7, 2005: David Thompson: The author and film critic returns to The Speakeasy to talk about The Whole Equation: A History of Hollywood. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 31, 2005: Ken Smith returns for the roundup on Condi's confirmation, Cheney's reemergence, the Coronation, and other things political on Duck Hunting with Dick. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 24, 2005: Jason Moran, called "the most provacative thinker in modern jazz," (Rolling Stone) visits the Speakeasy to talk about the piano, jazz, and his sixth and latest album, Same Mother. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 17, 2005: Sam Lipsyte, the author of The Subject Steve , Venus Drive , and his latest book, Home Land, visits the studios live. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 10, 2005: Former Green Room regular John Dowling, Gund Professor of Neuroscience and Harvard College Professor at Harvard University, returns to talk about The Great Brain Debate: Nature or Nurture? | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 3, 2005: Ken Smith Co-Hosts on "Duck Hunting with Dick" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 27, 2004: Dorian and Gaylord's annual holiday hijinks | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 20, 2004: Richard Dawkins talks about creationism, the state of science, and his book, "The Ancestor's Tale: A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution." And Michael Hirsh, author of "At War With Ourselves:Why America Is Squandering Its Chance to Build a Better World." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 13, 2004: New Yorker staff writer and bestselling author Susan Orlean visits The Speakeasy to talk about "My Kind of Place - Travel Stories from a Woman Who's Been Everywhere." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 6, 2004: Michael Scheuer, one of the Central Intelligence Agency's foremost experts on Osama bin Laden and the (formerly anonymous) author of "Imperial Hubris." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 29, 2004: Ken Smith on his new book, "Junk English 2" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 22, 2004: Jazz critic and author of "Weather Bird" Gary Giddins and former Marine HN Andrew Schmidt, who was abused and harrassed during his time in the military, discusses a horrible situation which is more widespread than the high-profile Tailhook incident. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 15, 2004: Catherine O'Hara discusses her work on SCTV and on the films "A Mighty Wind", "Best in Show", etc. Filmmaker Mike Leigh discusses his latest, "Vera Drake". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 8, 2004: Ken Smith joins Dorian for post-election elegies. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 1, 2004: Duck Hunting With Dick, with Ken Smith as cohost. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 25, 2004: The Daily Show's correspondent Ed Helms joins Dorian & Ken to discuss democracy inaction and America (The Book). Also appearing, Peter Davis, director of the Academy Award winning film "Hearts and Minds." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 18, 2004: Mark Crispin Miller, author of "Cruel and Unusual" joins Dorian and co-host Ken Smith. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 11, 2004: Duck Hunting With Dick, with Ken Smith as cohost. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 4, 2004: Richard Pena from the NY Film Festival; later, Ken Smith joins Dorian for listener calls on the presidential debate. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 27, 2004: Who better to go duck hunting with than John Nichols, author of "DICK: The Man Who Is President"? Ken Smith cohosts. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 20, 2004: Chocolatier Jacques Torres and regular Paul Slansky are guests. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 13, 2004: Three-time Academy Award-winning editor/sound editor Walter Murch, who worked on such films as Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, and the newly re-released THX 1138. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 6, 2004: Paul Slansky joins Dorian and Ken for another week of Duck Hunting with Dick. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 30, 2004: The return of Paul Krugman of the New York Times OpEd pages. And Ken Smith. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 23, 2004: Congressman Jim McDermott (D- Washington) joins Dorian and co-host Ken Smith for a Duck Hunting with Dick extravaganza. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 16, 2004: Legendary Magnum photographer Rene Burri and author Carl Hiaasen. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 9, 2004: Prepare to go Duck Hunting with Dick as radio personality and author Jim Hightower ("Let's Stop Beating Around the Bush") joins Dorian and co-host Ken Smith. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 2, 2004: Joe Garden, Mike Loew, and Randy Ostrow, aka The Better Citizenship Bureau, on "Citizen You! -- Helping Your Government Help Itself." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 26, 2004: Author Peter Cowie on his book "Revolution: The Explosion of World Cinema in the Sixties." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 19, 2004: Steven Heller, Senior Art Director at the New York Times Book Review and cochair of the MFA design dept at the School of Visual Arts returns to talk about design and the election, politics, symbols, icons, and related topics. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 12, 2004: Duck Hunting With Dick. Dorian and cohost Ken Smith welcome Dr. Gerald Keusch, Boston U's Asst Provost for Global Health and Assoc. Dean for Global Health, who discusses the Bush Administration's hampering scientific board appointees. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 5, 2004: Director Mark Achbar and writer Joel Bakan on the film and book THE CORPORATION; also, Mark Haddon, author of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 28, 2004: Kim Hendrickson of The Criterion Collection on Pier Paolo Pasolini's classic film MAMMA ROMA and others. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 21, 2004: Ken Smith joins Dorian for another Duck Hunting with Dick , the Speakeasy's politiacal hour. This week's guest Thomas Frank, foounding editor of THE BAFFLER and author, most recently, of "What's the Matter with Kansas?". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 14, 2004: Artist/photographers Mike and Doug Starn talk about their work and new book, ATTRACTED TO LIGHT. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 7, 2004: Author Susan Jacoby on the ever-vanishing secular tradition in our society, as documented in her book, "Freethinkers.". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 31, 2004: Photographer Philip Jones-Griffiths, whose book "Vietnam Inc." was instrumental in showing the American public what was going on during that war, talks about his new series of prints and book "Agent Orange." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 24, 2004: Dorian and cohost Ken Smith go DUCK HUNTING WITH DICK, the Speakeasy's political hour! This week featuring Paul Slansky of The George W. Bush Quiz Book. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 17, 2004: NJ Congressman Rush Holt (12th district NJ) discusses verifiable voting and missile defense, and Magnum photographer Martin Parr on his work. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 10, 2004: Columbia University's Herbert J. Gans on DEMOCRACY AND THE NEWS, his book, and a repeat of chef Daniel Boulud. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 3, 2004: Author and humorist Ken Smith, of "Junk English" fame, cohosts our new political segment, "Duck Hunting with Dick." Guests are Stanford computer scientist and verifiedvoting.org founder David Dill and Paul Slansky, author of The George W. Bush Quiz Book. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 26, 2004: Fresh from completing a specially commissioned mural at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, artist Alexis Rockman visits the show. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 19, 2004: Kathleen Cleaver of Yale University's African American Studies department and Co-director of the Human Rights Research Fund talks about her upcoming forum, "Freedom in America: Human Rights vs. USA Patriot Act" on April 24, at Yale Law School Auditorium. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 12, 2004: Photograper Mitch Epstein talks about his latest work (and book), FAMILY BUSINESS, which documents the demise of his father's business and his hometown. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 5, 2004: War photographer Ron Haviv of the VII photo agency and author S.T. Joshi on H.L. Mencken and MENCKEN"S AMERICA. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 29, 2004: Author Nicholson Baker on his latest book, A BOX OF MATCHES, and David R. Cutler, Harvard Professor of Economics talks about improving (or saving) the country's health care system as explained in his book, YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFE. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 22, 2004: Photojournalist Eugene Richards on his new book, Fat Baby | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 15, 2004: Week 2 of the 2004 Marathon with Co-Host Kelly Jones and guest Marc Joseph | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 8, 2004: SPECIAL MARATHON SHOW with cohost Robin, live interview with Mel Stuart, director of WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, WATTSTAX, and others, as well as clips from former shows. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 1, 2004: Underwater photog David Doubilet on his book "Fish Face", & Chairman of the Union of Concerned Scientists Kurt Gottfried on the Bush admin's withholding or misrepresentation of vital scientific information, & Restoring Scientific Integrity in Policymaking | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 23, 2004: Magnum Photographer Susan Meiselas on her work documenting the Dani ,an indigenous people of the West Papuan highlands, carnival strippers, and others. Her work will be featured in the "Magnum's New Yorkers" exhibition at the Museum of the City of NY. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options February 9, 2004: Phil Stern talks about "A Life's Work" (his exhibition at the Staley Wise Gallery in SoHo, and also the title of his book published by PowerHouse) documenting his photojournalism during WWII and candid photos of jazz greats and Hollywood legends. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 2, 2004: Artist Chuck Close talks about process and collaboration, both conceptually and the as the title of his show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which highlights his printmaking work. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 26, 2004: Filmmaker/ artist Bill Morrison and composer Michael Gordon, who collaborated on the film DECASIA and the upcoming projects LIGHT IS CALLING and GOTHAM. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 19, 2004: Author Richard Price (repeat) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 12, 2004: Steve McCurry talks about Tibet and his latest book of photography, "The Path to Buddha." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 5, 2004: Photographer Elliott Erwitt talks about his work, the Magnum Agency, and photography in general and Geoff Dyer, author of "Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered to Do It". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 29, 2003: Guest Ken Smith | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 28, 2003: Fill-in for Gaylord | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 22, 2003: Legendary chef Daniel Boulud, owner of the restaurants Daniel, Cafe Boulud, and DB, and author of many cookbooks as well as "Letters to a Young Chef", talks about his life and work. Plus Bay area photographer Michael Light on his latest book, "100 Suns" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 15, 2003: Economist, Princeton Prof & columnist Paul Krugman on current affairs and his new book, "The Great Unraveling: Losing Our Way in the New Century". And Oxford U's evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins on about his latest book, "A Devil's Chaplain". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options December 1, 2003: Peter Koechley and Joe Garden of The Onion | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 24, 2003: Enter the wild world of writer/artist Bruce McCall, who will be in the WFMU studios to talk about his new book "All Meat Looks Like South America: The World of Bruce McCall". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options November 10, 2003: Military historian John Keegan discusses Intelligence in War: Knowledge of the Enemy from Napoleon to Al-Qaeda. Photographer Simen Yohan, whose new pictorial narrative series "Breeding Ground" is showing in Manhattan. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 3, 2003: Painter and illustrator Marshall Arisman, chair of the master of fine arts illustration program at the School of Visual Arts and winner of their 2003 Masters Series Award, on his work. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 27, 2003: Photographer Mary Ellen Mark on her book TWINS, published by Aperture Press, on view at Kennedy Boesky Photographs until Nov. 8. Jeff Nagel, twin of Steve Nagel, on the yearly Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, and being in Mary Ellen Mark's project. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 20, 2003: Artist James Rosenquist, whose work can be seen in a retospective at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 13, 2003: Engineer and author Henry Petroski on design & his latest book, "Small Things Considered: Why Design | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 6, 2003: It's Us Again with Dorian & Gaylord. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 29, 2003: Photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia talks about the work in his exhibition & book, "A Storybook Life". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 22, 2003: Malcolm Daniel, Curator of photographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, talks about the Met's new show on French daguerrotypes, and NEW YORKER film critic Anthony Lane on the movies and his book, "Nobody'd Perfect". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 15, 2003: Dr. Edward Teller from 1999. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 8, 2003: Otto Penzler, editor of "Best American Crime Writing" and Joseph Epstein, author of a new collection of short stories, "Fabulous Small Jews", as well as the nonfiction "Snobbery". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 1, 2003: Peter Galison, Harvard University Professor of Physics and History of Science talks about his latest book, "Einstein's Clocks, Poincare's Maps", which details the real world background which influenced the theory of relativity. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 25, 2003: Comic artist Peter Kuper ( www.peterkuper.com ) talks about his latest book, a graphic novel adaptation of Kafka' METAMORPHOSIS (Crown), and also about World War 3 Illustrated, a political comix magazine he co-founded, and more. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 18, 2003: Phortographer Jeff Meremelstein talks about the art of street photography and his new book, "No Title Here" (powerHouse Books). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 11, 2003: Magician and debunker extrordinaire James Randi visits The Speakeasy via tele(phone)kinesis to talk about the latest in paranormal claims. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 4, 2003: rerun: Novelist Richard Price | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 28, 2003: Steven Heller, Art Director of the New York Times Book Review and author of over 70 books on graphic design, talks about his newest , MERZ TO EMIGRE AND BEYOND: Avant-Garde Magazine Design of the Twentieth Century (Phaidon Press). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 21, 2003: Editor of The Nation, Victor Navasky visits to discuss the Hollywood blacklist and his book, "Naming Names." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 14, 2003: Joe Garden and others from The Onion (www.theonion.com) will be live in the studio to shock and awe. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 7, 2003: | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 30, 2003: Scholar/author Edward Tenner on the past and future of body technology and his new book, "Our Own Devices." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 23, 2003: Benjamin Cavell on his debut short story collection, RUMBLE, YOUNG MAN,RUMBLE and Richard Pena, Programming Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, discusses the HEROIC GRACE: CHINESE MARTIAL ARTS film series. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 16, 2003: Susan J. Napier, professor of Japanese Literature and Culture at the U of Texas at Austin, discusses the art and culture of Anime. Mel Stuart, director of WATTSTAX, WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY and others. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 9, 2003: Peter Howe, photojournalist, NYTimes Magazine picture editor, Life magazine Director of Photography, and VP of photography and creative service at Corbis talks about combat photography and the personalities involved, and his book, "Shooting Under Fire". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 2, 2003: Diane Ravitch talks about textbook censorship and her new book, "The Language Police: How Pressure Groups Restrict What Students Learn". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 26, 2003: Author Richard Ford on his latest, A Multitude of Sins". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 19, 2003: Photographer Jonathan Torgovnik talks about Bollywood, photojournalism, India, and his book, Bollywood Dreams. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 12, 2003: Robert Lanham, author of "The Hipster Handbook" and filmmaker Guy Maddin (Dracula:Pages from a Virgin's Diary). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options May 5, 2003: Sir Martin Rees, UK Astronomer Royal on his latest book "Our Final Hour"; and Jay Cantor, author of "Great Neck" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options April 14, 2003: Edward Rothstein, the New York Times Cultural Critic at Large and author of Visions of Utopia | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 7, 2003: Legendary for his advertising and political campaigns, and provocative Esquire covers of the 60's, George Lois talks about his work and his new book, $ellebrity. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 31, 2003: photographer David Levinthal joins Dorian live in the studio. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 24, 2003: Steve James, the director of the highly acclaimed HOOP DREAMS discusses his new film, "STEVIE" Also, Director Kevin McMahon, whose feature-length documentary MCLUHAN's WAKE will air on the Sundance Channel. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 17, 2003: Multimedia artist Matthew Barney, whose Cremaster Cycle films and works are being exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in a giant retrospective, talks about his work and influences. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 10, 2003: Excerpts from past guests and some upcomings, with cohost Glen Jones | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 3, 2003: Marathon show with co-host the Cosmic Cowboy | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 24, 2003: Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy, author of Interracial Intimacies: Sex, Marriage, Identity, and Adoption | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 17, 2003: Geoff Dyer author of "Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered to Do It" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 10, 2003: Writer Richard Price | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 3, 2003: "The Tenacity of the Cochroach" author Stephen Thompson of The Onion's AV Club and filmmaker Frederick Wiseman on his latest, "the Last Letter". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 27, 2003: Guest Dr Richard L. Garwin | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 20, 2003: Reairing of interview with Lawrence K Altman, author of "Who Goes First? The Story of Self-Experimentation in Medicine" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 13, 2003: Physicist Charles Falco on working with artist David Hockney and film director George Romero. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 6, 2003: Photographer Gregory Crewdson on his recently published book "Twilight" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 30, 2002: Film critic David Thompson | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 23, 2002: Special FUN holiday edition of the Speakeasy with filmmaker Bill Morrison and Gretchen Warden, director of the Mutter Museum | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 16, 2002: Former Marine, Pentagon and Rand Corp analyst, and the person responsible for releasing the Pentagon Papers DANIEL ELLSBERG talks about politics, Iraq, and his new book, "Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 9, 2002: CHRISTA LANG FULLER and JEROME RUDES talk about filmmaker Samuel Fuller, and DANIEL JONAH GOLDHAGEN on his new book, "A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 2, 2002: Historian of technology Jonathan Spira discussing the history and future of technology, including photography and info imaging. | See the playlist | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 25, 2002: New York Times Jazz Critic Ben Ratliff | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 18, 2002: Glenn Kenny: a contributer to the book "A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Writers and Artists on Twenty-Five Years of Star Wars." Costumes NOT neccesary. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 11, 2002: KATHLEEN CLEAVER, Black Panther Party 1967 to 1971, talks about her times with the Panthers and the new book of photos from these times "Black Panther 1968", published recently by the Greybull Press. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options November 4, 2002: Underground comics star Kim Deitch, discussing his new book "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams." | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 28, 2002: The writers of THE ONION drop by the studio for some laughs and talk about The Onion Ad Nauseum (seriously). | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 21, 2002: Francine Prose author of "The Lives of the Muses: Nine Women &the Artists They Inspired"; Directors Kirby & Amy Ziering Kofman on their new film, "Derrida"; plus David Malin, scientific advisor on the book "Heaven and Earth" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 14, 2002: William Grimes, author of "Straight Up or On the Rocks: The Story of the American Cocktail" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 7, 2002: Jonathan Safran Foer, author of "Everything Is Illuminated". | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 30, 2002: Shabana Azmi: Indian actress, activist, and member of Parliament | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 23, 2002: Photographer Bruce Davidson | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 16, 2002: Author Ted Conover author of "Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 9, 2002: Photographer Steve McCurry | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options September 2, 2002: NYU Media Studies Professor Mark Crispin Miller discusses "The Bush Dyslexicon" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 26, 2002: Northwestern University's Joseph Epstein on "Snobbery: The American Version" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 19, 2002: Max Kozloff, curator of "New York: Capital of Photography" exhibition at the Jewish Museum NYC | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 12, 2002: The New York Times' Ethicist, Randy Cohen | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options August 5, 2002: Bob McCoy of the Museum of Questionable Medical Devices | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 29, 2002: Filmmaker Paul Morrisey and David Schwartz, curator of Film at the American Museum of the Moving Image | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 22, 2002: Funnyman Steve Mirsky of Scientific American | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 15, 2002: Author / boxer Robert Anasi | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 8, 2002: Cartoon voices! June Foray (Rocky the Squirrel, Natasha) and Don Messick (Scooby Doo) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options July 1, 2002: Ken Smith talks Junk English | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 24, 2002: Alan Lightman on his novel, "The Diagnosis" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 17, 2002: Documentary Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman and Thelma Schoonmaker, film editor | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 10, 2002: Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Russo on "Empire Falls" | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options June 3, 2002: Memorial rebroadcast of interview with paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 29, 2002: Author of Mental Hygiene, and Junk English, Ken Smith, B.A. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 22, 2002: Author Of The Fletch Crime Novel Series, Gregory Mcdonald | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 15, 2002: Todd Gitlin, Professor Of Culture, Journalism & Sociology at New York University, and author of Media Unlimited: How the Torrent of Images and Sounds Overwhelms Our Lives. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 8, 2002: Author and Enginneer Henry Petroski | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options April 1, 2002: Michael Hardt, Associate Professor of Literature at Duke University & Co-Author of Empire discusses new interpretations of globalization | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 25, 2002: Bruce Jay Friedman author of several novels (Stern, About Harry Townes, Violencia! A Musical Novel, others), screewriter (including Oscar-nominated screenplay for Splash), and playwrite (Steambath) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 18, 2002: NY Times restaurant critic William Grimes on his latest book My Fine Feathered Friend | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 11, 2002: Marathon show with co-host Brian and guests Bruce McCall, Theodore Postol, and Richard Ford | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options March 4, 2002: Marathon show with guest James D. Watson and cohost Rob Weisberg | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 25, 2002: Author Richard Ford on his new short story collection, A Multitude of Sins | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 18, 2002: Famed sociobiologist E.O. Wilson talks about the future of life. | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 11, 2002: Peter Carey on his latest fiction, True History of the Kelly Gang | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options February 4, 2002: Pianist and author Stuart Isacoff on his book Temperament: The Idea that Solved Music's Greatest Riddle | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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  • Options January 21, 2002: Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy discusses the ultimate racial epithet and his latest book | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 14, 2002: Claudia Dreifus on her new book Scientific Conversations: Interviews on Science from the New York Times | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options January 7, 2002: Author Ted Conover on the hobo lifestyle and his books | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 31, 2001: Dorian & Gaylord relive fun on the air from years past | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 24, 2001: Author Joseph Heller (repeat) and holiday music | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 17, 2001: Art Spiegelman & Francoise Mouly on Little Lit for kids | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 10, 2001: Producer/writer Mike Wilkins on the making of The Independent | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options December 3, 2001: Ken Smith (humor & language) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 29, 2001: Rush Holt (anthrax update) and Jim Crace (appetite) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 22, 2001: Clare Fox and Tony Gilland (science in society) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 15, 2001: William Vollman (new historical fiction) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 8, 2001: Ray Carney (John Cassavetes) and Richard Pena (NY Film Festival) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
  • Options October 1, 2001: T.C Boyle (new short story collection) | Listen:  Pop‑up player!
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