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PRI: Arts and Entertainment

By Public Radio International

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Description

Public Radio International is pleased to offer this podcast as a great way to get your daily public radio arts fix. The podcast features pieces on music, books, film, television, and other arts. Topics will vary, but the quality will remain top-notch. This podcast will take you to all corners of the world, and to the undiscovered corners of your own community, highlighting all of the arts along the way.

Customer Reviews

Like the Daily Show. But on the radio. With women.

After stumbling onto Fair Game on iTunes, I can safely say that this is the funniest podcast I've listened to since The McLaughlin Group began their Internet presence. (And that's saying quite a bit given Pat Buchanan's razor sharp wit.) Full of topical references and the driest of dry humor, listening to Fair Game makes the effort of jogging on a treadmill as enjoyable as laying on my couch.

this is a great show!

Just what I needed to hear. Smartly written, clever ideas, beautiful production, great musical guests. It's still a little rough around the edges (especially with the news "analysis"), but once this show finds its stride, this will be one amazing podcast. For a brand new show, this is far exceeding my expectations. It's trying something new, and doing it with gusto!

hipsters need a voice, too

Clearly, it's not for everyone. It may be a generational thing. If you hate snarky thirty-somethings hipster humor and indie music, there is nothing for you here. I think they put on a great show and the music segments are always interesting. Sooooo....it's probably just you.

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