Weekly Podcast Digest: June 12, 2020

This week's essential listening.

Here are the episodes of shows I’ve really enjoyed this week.

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On the Media
It’s Going Down.

Here’s the Thing
On a Zoom Call with Woody Allen.

The New Yorker Radio Hour
Getting White People to Talk About Racism.

The Business of Fashion Podcast
Graydon Carter Says, ‘There Is More Good Journalism Being Produced Now Than There Was 25 Years Ago’.

Amazon suspends facial recognition technology, Starbuck’s closes 400 stores and a prediction on Apple and search.

Katie Couric: How the media and the country are changing after George Floyd’s killing.

The New Abnormal
Will Bill Barr Go to Jail When This Is All Done?

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
Civil rights icon John Lewis is ‘deeply moved’ by today’s demonstrations.

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