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Join Larry Mantle weekdays for lively and in-depth discussions of Los Angeles and Southern California news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts and more. More AirTalk at www.kpcc.org.
||Experts analyze Chicago police shooting video, Paris climate talks, Turkey 411 and TGI-Filmweek!||Use-of-force experts give their analysis of the Chicago police shooting video and weigh in on the events leading up to its release; We discuss Monday's upcoming Paris climate talks and its economic benefits; L.A. Times Test Kitchen Director Noelle Carter drops by our studio to give listeners last-minute Thanksgiving dinner tips and TGI-Filmweek comes early!||11/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Downed Russian jet, secrets of aging well & the Sony hack 1-year later||We discuss the Russian warplane shot down by Turkey and its effect on the White House's IS meeting; Brian Grazer weighs in on producing his upcoming episode on aging in National Geographic's series "Breakthrough" & we look back at changes that erupted from the 2014 Sony hack.||11/24/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Refugee bill headed to Senate, an in-depth look at IS propaganda and ACA proves costly for providers||The Syrian and Iraqi refugee bill is en route to the Senate, the Washington Post exposes IS propaganda and the Affordable Care Act struggles to maintain health care provider membership.||11/23/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Al-Qaeda in West Africa, GMO salmon, takeaways from 'Officer Involved' & TGI-Filmweek!||A look at Al-Mourabitoun, the terrorist network claiming responsibility for the Mali attack; the deal with GMO salmon; takeaways from KPCC's "Officer Involved" investigative project and TGI-FilmWeek||11/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Paris update, frozen embryo fight & #AT30: the future of DTLA||How Abaaoud escaped detection for so long; analyzing the San Francisco case of a divorced couple's frozen embryos & the latest stop on our 30th anniversary tour, from the new Broad museum - what the future of DTLA holds as rapid development runs up against a growing homeless population||11/19/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Paris updates, new plan says tolls will ease traffic congestion and LAPD Chief Beck on police shootings||We discuss the raids in search of the alleged mastermind behind the Paris terrorist attacks, Chief Beck talks police shootings and National Geographic's new film describes the very first Thanksgiving.||11/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Vetting Syrian refugees, Latinos opt for immersion programs and the challenge behind prosecuting officers||House Speaker Paul Ryan is reluctant to accept Syrian refugees into the U.S.; dual-language programs prove effective in passing on Spanish language and KPCC'S Officer-Involved series looks at the factors that influence whether or not a police officer is prosecuted.||11/17/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Containing IS, SCOTUS takes up abortion & Muslims face pressure following Paris attacks||Guest host Patt Morrison discusses military options to counter terrorism, the Muslim community deals with the public's reaction following Beirut and Paris attacks & an award-winning film director unveils his conclusion about Jack the Ripper||11/16/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Claremont McKenna outrage, the polling industrial complex and portrayals of the news biz in film||Claremont McKenna College is the latest of numerous schools where students are protesting what they say is an unpleasant environment for non-whites; do polls hinder or help our understanding of politics? discussing the rising popularity of food delivery apps and the future of home cooking and a look at how Hollywood portrays journalists and the business of news.||11/13/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Candidates' truthiness, Riverside's wiretapping, & rethinking cops' use of force||Inside the most wiretapped place in the US; a look at whether it's time to rethink the Supreme Court case governing cops' use of force; and the casting of MLK Jr. adds a new, controversial twist to nontraditional casting||11/12/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Bob Iger joins L.A. NFL bid, what to say to vets & why blacks are shot more by L.A. County police||Can Disney CEO Bob Iger lure an NFL team to LA? What to say - and not to say - to vets today, and a in-depth look at the role race plays in officer-involved shootings, in our latest installment of KPCC's 'Officer-Involved' investigation||11/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||KPCC's 'Officer Involved' investigation, SeaWorld's killer whale show ends & Kelly Thomas civil trial||KPCC provides the most complete picture to date of how often and under what circumstances cops in L.A. County use deadly force and hurt or kill people; SeaWorld San Diego has announced that it’ll end its signature killer whales show by 2017; We get the latest from our KPCC reporter covering the Kelly Thomas civil trial, as well as some legal analysis.||11/10/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||'Not the way change should come about,' & lessons from the '84 Olympics||In his parting words as president of the U of Missouri, Timothy Wolfe said "this is not the way change should come about," referring to protests following months of racial tension that gripped the flagship Columbia campus; with speculation that IS planted a bomb on the ill-fated Russian jet plane, what changes may be made to travel security for the U.S.? And Larry Mantle hosts a live discussion on what L.A. can do to ensure another successful Olympic games, should the opportunity arise in 2024||11/9/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Obama rejects Keystone Pipeline, Exxon Mobil under fire & TGI-Filmweek!||Inside the political fallout from the Keystone XL pipeline; NY's Attorney General investigates whether Exxon Mobil misled the public about the risks of climate change; a new study challenges conventional wisdom that happiness comes with age & TGI-Filmweek!||11/6/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||TPP deal details, CDC gun data & an AP investigation of Gov. Brown||Debating what we now know - the long-awaited text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has been released; Democrats push the CDC to resume gun studies blocked by Congress in the '90s; & the AP investigates Gov. Brown's use of state workers to research oil on his family ranch||11/5/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Info about each hours interview
Just have to say Larry I love your show, and now the podcasts! Just a suggestion though. It would be nice if you included a little info about each hour's interview. That way I don't have to guess at which show I want to hear over, or just listen to period. It does take some time to download an hour's interview, and I feel this will save folks some time. Thanks
The show itself is wonderful. I am sad, though, at the limited selection of podcasts available. I am particularly interested in religion-related conversations and was hoping to download the discussion with Bart Ehrman on 12/28/05 and the panel on Evangelicals and Politics on 1/20/06, but they are not available. I am sure that there are financial concerns for the station, but I personally would have benefitted more from the service if there were more episodes with intelligent discussion on religion. Thanks anyway!
You couldn't ask for a more even-handed host than Larry Mantle. He makes every show a delightful, informative journey. Make sure you contribute to KPCC during their fund raising drive (I don't work for them, BTW). Thanks!