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Voted “Favorite Political Podcast” by Apple Podcasts listeners. Stephen Colbert says "Everybody should listen to the Slate Political Gabfest." The Gabfest, featuring Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz, is the kind of informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over drinks.
 
New York Times critic Dwight Garner says “The Slate Culture Gabfest is one of the highlights of my week.” The award-winning Culturefest features critics Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner debating the week in culture, from highbrow to pop. For more of Slate’s culture podcasts, check out the Slate Culture feed.
 
The Gospel Gabfest is a social commentary on culture from a Gospel-centered worldview. The aim of the Gospel Gabfest is to provide an alternative analysis of current events and entertainment that distinguishes itself from the sensational and polarizing options that are so widely available.
 
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Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss Biden’s first year, SCOTUS's block of OSHA’s vax-or-test rule, and Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin’s busy start. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: John Dickerson for CBS Sunday Morning: “President Joe Biden: The First Year” Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel Statio…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Listening Limbo and then we move on to our three topics: COVID CANCELLATIONS SFS Cancels Matinee, Lisiecki Plays Chopin Recital (SFChronicle) How Omicron is Wreaking Havoc on the Arts (DC Metro Arts) MUSIC LIBRARIANSHIP Video from the Lyric Opera Chicago JAN SWAFFORD’S “MOZART: THE REIGN OF LOVE” Buy …
 
This week, the panel begins by pondering Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut, The Lost Daughter. Then, the panel gushes about the fresh workplace comedy Abbott Elementary. Finally, the panel discusses everyone's latest obsession: the word game Wordle. In Slate Plus, the panel enters spoiler territory as they continue to puzzle out The Lost Daught…
 
Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss voting rights, Russia's recent moves, with guest Nina Jankowicz; and the increasing politicization of cable news. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute: Electoral Count Act of 1887 David Becker on Face the Nation: “Elections Ex…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Match the Interpreter and then we move on to our three topics: A IS FOR OBOE Penguin House Site FRANKFURT RADIO SYMPHONY CONCERT Wagner, Prelude to Lohengrin Note: we mistakenly referred to the Parsifal prelude Gubaidulina, Dialog: ich und du (violin concerto No. 3) Westhoff, Sonata No. 3 Mahler, Symp…
 
This week, author and co-host of Slate’s Working podcast, Isaac Butler fills in for Steve (pre-order Isaac's book!). First, the panel debates the merits of Adam McKay’s star-studded cautionary tale Don’t Look Up. Then, the panel is joined by film historian and journalist Mark Harris to outline the debt we owe to the late Sidney Poitier—a legend who…
 
Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss Jan. 6, with guest Jamelle Bouie and what to make of omicron's impact on schools, and the Theranos case. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Matt Levine for Bloomberg: “Slaying the Blood Unicorn” Wall Street Journal: Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes: History of the WSJ Investi…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Classical Chronology and then we move on to our three topics: NEWS! Isarphilharmonie opens in Munich (NYT) Luthier & daughter tortured and killed over 4 Strads (Daily Beast) Venezuela sets record for largest concert (Le Monde) Turkish donkeys love Beethoven (Al Jazeera) Conductor quits over lack of Co…
 
This week, the panel begins by breaking down just what makes HBO’s pandemic series Station Eleven so successful with Slate’s senior managing producer of podcasts and co-host of Slate’s Working podcast, June Thomas. Next, the panel appreciates the legacy that writer Joan Didion left behind. Finally, the panel rehashes the 2021 edition of Slate’s Mov…
 
This week, we’ve got four musical challenges to start off your new year! Happy 2022! CLASSICAL MIXTAPE The full playlist Will CPE Bach, L’Aly Rupalich Sunny Per Nørgård, Voyage into the Golden Screen Tiffany Dvorak, Violin Concerto, mvmt. 3. Rondo Kensho Giovanni Bottesini, Gran Duo Concertante THINK YOU CAN STUMP US? GO AHEAD AND TRY! Google Form …
 
Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz wrap up 2021 considering life’s many conundrums—with special guest Dwayne Betts! Questions this year include: if you could eliminate one word from the English language what would it be? If you could transport the characters of one book into the time and place of another, which would you choose? If you …
 
This week, Steve, Dana, and Julia tackle some listener questions in our annual call-in show. Topics include: favorite pieces of art, culture their children introduced them to, and previous years’ endorsements that have become staples in the panel’s lives. In Slate Plus, the panel continues to field some stellar listener questions. Email us at cultu…
 
Happy Holidays! This week, we start by looking at Classic FM’s list of classical Christmas gifts, then we turn to our three (er... several) subjects: UNFINISHED French stagehand found guilty Kids play recorders with rubber chickens Guitar Center files an IPO Steven Shipps pleads guilty Stutzmann takes Atlanta Morlot takes Barcelona Kaufmann release…
 
Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson and David Plotz discuss the future of the Democratic party's agenda, Omicron's spread across the United States and they're joined by investigative journalist Azmat Khan to talk about the deaths of civilians overseas and the lack of accuracy from the U.S. military. Give the gift of Plus to a fellow Slate fan and they’ll…
 
This week, the panel discusses Aaron Sorkin’s Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz biopic, Being the Ricardos. Next, the panel is joined by contributing writer for the New York Times, Jody Rosen, to make sense of Bruce Springsteen’s latest deal and the confusing world of music rights today. Finally, the panel is joined by Slate’s book critic Laura Miller to…
 
Emily, John and David discuss January 6th revelations, Build Back Better and voting rights and they are joined by Slow Burn host Joel Anderson to talk about Season 6: The L.A. Riots. Give the gift of Plus to a fellow Slate fan and they’ll receive all the benefits of membership: unlimited reading, ad-free listening, bonus content, and so much more. …
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Listening Limbo and then we move on to our three topics: Join us for our Book Club of Madeleine Thien’s Do Not Say We Have Nothing (Amazon) FAKE VIOLIN BUSKING SWEEPS THE NATION NBC 4 News Story Professional violinist reacts to fake busking (YouTube) Reddit Thread Violinist.com article THE VOICE BREAK…
 
Dana Stevens and Stephen Metcalf are joined by Isaac Butler to discuss Steven Spielberg’s new adaptation of West Side Story. Then Slate staff writer Heather Schwedel stops by to talk about And Just Like That, the “next chapter” in the lives of the characters from Sex and the City. And finally, they debate Vulture’s list of the “101 Best New York Mo…
 
Emily and David are joined by guest host David Leonhardt to discuss the pandemic economy; a diplomatic boycott of the Olympics, and the Ghislaine Maxwell trial. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: John J. Mearsheimer for Foreign Affairs: “The Inevitable Rivalry: America, China, and the Tragedy of Great-Power Politics” Corey Ro…
 
In today's special episode, William White presents an audio documentary about Stephen Sondheim's work as a composer, a less-discussed aspect of his career than his lyric-writing. Special thanks to Drs. Nathan Beary Blustein, Ashley Pribyl, and Steve Swayne for lending their expertise! Dr. Steve Swayne’s How Sondheim Found His Sound Reich and Sondhe…
 
This week, Julia is back! First, the panel discusses Jane Campion’s big comeback, The Power of the Dog. Next, the panel wades through Peter Jackson’s eight hour-long Beatles docuseries Get Back. Finally, the panel discusses the rise of the gift guide and gift giving. In Slate Plus, Steve and Dana catch up with Julia and chat about how relationships…
 
Emily, John and David discuss the Supreme Court's consideration of Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization with guest Ross Douthat. The Political Gabfest hosts also talk about how best to approach the news of the Omicron variant, and why the Cuomo brothers’ scandals matter. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Diana Greene …
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Name That Tune AKA Stump The Hosts and then we move on to our three topics: THE [UNCERTAIN] FOUR SEASONS Global map site YouTube channel of participating ensembles 2021 CLASSICAL GRAMMY NOMS https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/2022-grammys-complete-winners-nominees-nominations-list TODAY IN MUSIC ACAD…
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by senior managing producer of Slate podcasts and co-host of Slate’s Working podcast, June Thomas. First, the panel discusses the Princess Diana biopic Spencer. Dana tracked Kristen Stewart’s career up to this Oscar vehicle film. Next, the panel gets a taste of the new "meet stew" of a show, Yellowjackets. Final…
 
This week, we are joined by guest host Gabriel Lefkowitz, concertmaster of the Louisville Orchestra. We start out with a rousing round of Listening Limbo and then we move on to our three topics: BOSTON LYRIC OPERA’S “BUTTERFLY PROCESS” https://blo.org/butterfly-process/ https://operawire.com/boston-lyric-opera-announces-the-butterfly-process/ https…
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by New York Times columnist and Slate graduate Jamelle Bouie. First, the panel discusses the Richard Williams—father of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams—biopic, starring Will Smith, King Richard. Next, the panel is joined by Slate music critic Carl Wilson as they break down Adele’s latest emotional rolle…
 
Emily, John and David talk about whether President Biden ought to run in 2024, the Rittenhouse verdict and former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joins the Gabfest to talk about international relations with China. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Edward-Isaac Dovere and Jasmine Wright for CNN: “Exasperation and Dysfunction:…
 
John, Emily and David discuss Biden’s approval numbers, authoritarianism on the rise, and they are joined by author Jay Caspian Kang to talk about his new book, The Loneliest Americans. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: FiveThirtyEight, Latest Polls Isaac Chotiner for the New Yorker: “Can Biden’s Agenda Survive Inflation?” J…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Game of Pairs and then we move on to our three topics: SPHINX AWARDS GRANT TO ‘COMPOSING INSPIRATION’ ACF, Juilliard, NYP Receive Sphinx Venture Fund (iciyl) DANIIL TRIFONOV’S CONTRAPUNCTUS XIV COMPLETION On YouTube CLASSICAL MUSIC AS A WEAPON Portland Local News Is Classical Music Actually Effective …
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by writer extraordinaire Karen Han. First, the panel discusses Rebecca Hall’s adaptation of Nella Larsen’s novel, Passing. Next, the panel dives into The Shrink Next Door. Finally, the panel talks about People’s 2021 Sexiest Man Alive, Paul Rudd. In Slate Plus, the panel answers a classic time travel question. E…
 
John and David are joined by guest host Ruth Marcus to discuss Biden’s infrastructure win, Trump’s January 6 obstruction, and the Rittenhouse trial. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Adie Tomer, Joseph W. Kane, Caroline George, and Andrew Bourne, for The Brookings Institution: “America Has An Infrastructure Bill. What Happen…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Viola Hero and then we move on to our three topics: LISTENER FEEDBACK Breaking Down the Innovative Deep Learning Behind Google Translate (Medium) Kevin Puts, Symphony No. 2 Video (YouTube) ARE CONDUCTORS NECESSARY? Performing Without a Conductor: Liberation or Illusion? “THE ORATORIO” DOCUMENTARY Watc…
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by New York Times columnist and Slate graduate Jamelle Bouie. First, the panel discusses Marvel’s most recent big picture, Eternals—which Dana reviewed for Slate. Next, the panel gives an update on their feelings about HBO’s hit TV show Succession, which is currently in its third season. Finally, the panel explo…
 
John Dickerson talks with Kirsten Powers about her new book Saving Grace: speak your truth, stay centered and learn to coexist with people who drive you nuts. Powers offers advice about on how to navigate the toxic divisions within our culture without compromising personal convictions and emotional well-being. Kirsten Powers is a New York Times bes…
 
NYTimes columnist Ross Douthat joins the show to help untangle the implications of the off-year elections and John, Emily and David discuss the Supreme Court arguments on abortion in Texas and guns in New York. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: The Deep Places: A Memoir of Illness and Discovery, by Ross Douthat Emily Bazelon…
 
This week, we start out with a rousing round of Name That Tune AKA Stump The Hosts and then we move on to our three topics: BEETHOVEN’S AI-COMPLETED 10TH Article in The Conversation Watch the concert on German Telecom Spotify album OPERALIA 2021 Watch the final round concert (YouTube) ELITISM IN CLASSICAL MUSIC The Tweet CLASSICAL MIXTAPE The full …
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by Slate’s music critic Carl Wilson. First, the panel reviews Edgar Wright’s newest psychological horror film Last Night in Soho—which Dana reviewed for Slate. Next, the panel discusses the newest album in over 40 years from the legendary Swedish music group ABBA, titled Voyage. Finally, the panel is joined by h…
 
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