It’s a part of New York we have all seen, but few have ever been allowed to enter… until tonight. Photographer, Christopher Payne, has got your ticket to North Brother Island. Aired December 18, 2017.
It was a year where social activism, hate groups, sexual harassment, and hyper-partisanship dominated headlines. We’re taking a look back at 2017 with WNYC Reporter, Arun Venugopal. Aired on December 18, 2017.
An investigation into sites containing deadly, hazardous waste reveals hot spots all over Long Island and the New York area. A shocking report tonight from Pro Publica’s Senior Environmental Reporter, Abrahm Lustgarten. Aired on December 18, 2017.
The battle for DACA protections rages on. Bronx Assembly Member Luis Sepúlveda is driving to keep dreamers moving forward. He’s here with his plan. A neighborhood divided by ethnicity and gentrification is brought together by a parish priest in the Bronx. We’re headed uptown to Arthur Avenue with Father Jonathan Morris. The Concordia Summit is bringing creative minds with the loftiest ideas to Manhattan. […]
The Concordia Summit is bringing creative minds with the loftiest ideas to Manhattan. We get the details straight from Concordia co-founder, Matthew Swift. Aired on December 15, 2017.
A look at the legendary chef, author and television personality Julia Child. Her culinary travels and adventures were decades in the making and responsible for bringing French Cuisine to American television sets. Alex Prud’homme, author of “France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child” joins us to discuss the legend. Aired on December 15, 2017.
The battle for DACA protections rages on. Bronx Assembly Member Luis Sepúlveda is driving to keep dreamers moving forward. He’s here with his plan. Aired on December 15, 2017.
It’s been five years since a gunman opened fire inside the Sandy Hook Elementary School, killing 20 first-graders and six faculty members. The loss of innocent lives on December 14, 2012 left lawmakers across the country looking for answers and solutions to prevent it from happening again. But, five years later, it continues to happen. Tonight, we return to Newtown, Connecticut for […]
We have a peek into the production of a big screen adaptation of “Downton Abbey.” Huff Post’s Entertainment Editorial Director, Lauren Moraski, joins us with the details. Aired on December 14, 2017.