I listen to the NY Times and your broadcast opens windows on the world that were formerly shut to me.
- Sunday 2-3am
- Saturday 8-9am
- Saturday 2-3pm
- Saturday 8-9pm
Serious and in-depth. Readings from:
The American Prospect—a magazine of policy and culture. Writing from a progressive perspective on everything from health care to Head Start, from movies to the Middle East, from class to classic books, and labor movements to labor pains, The American Prospect aims to influence the debate in the corridors of Washington, the boardrooms of corporate America, and the living rooms of private citizens across the nation.
The Nation—America’s oldest weekly magazine, the flagship of the Left, and now the country’s most widely read journal of opinion. Published to inform the national debate on critical issues of the day, The Nation seeks to enlighten and empower a community of concerned citizens and influential readers.
The Weekly Standard—Serves as a forum for the exchange of conservative ideas. Also contains investigative reports, late-breaking news, opinions, and commentary.
Foreign Affairs—The preeminent journal of foreign policy and international affairs has provided government and business leaders, students, and the general public with insightful, thought-provoking analysis on world events for over 80 years.
Harpers—edited to cover current social, political, cultural, scientific and economic issues. It also includes reporting, essays, fiction and memoirs by distinguished writers and promising new voices. It regularly features a statistical index, short cuts from various international texts and close analysis of current pieces of media.
Mother Jones—A non-profit magazine that does investigative reporting.