Episode 18 Chai of The Monkey Cage live from the Palm Restaurant NYC with literal and figurative political voices: BeeWizz mourns BWorrell proscribing the platform plank absent from the D & C ‘n’ TPP embearyassin’ fast trackin backing frackin prayin’ for unconfused Canova sharkin, Brexit via actual investigative journalist Robert Hennelly’s political resistance elucidates physics and contagion from the basement of NYC’s City Hall, Cynthia’s casa seconda Italiana currency destabilization report, Marvin Gaye Hollers, Greek debt austerity, refugee displacement eats diverse and local,
live from The Peace Cafe (vegan) on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with self-obsessed Scrabble frustrations, fluffy quinoa, the drifting Anna Ziss-Patton On Broadway, Les Miz, Hamilton, 1776, Stanford and Harvard collude at Columbia, Cynthia's aroma, Jacob eats just dessert before his entree, the Reverend Marc Time counts on CA counting the uncounted, Kraftwerk's Numbers, birthday boy David Lynch's ballyhoos the right wing closet, Reginald in Harlem crushes on Wayne LaPierre's shooting position, Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys Machine Gun, FBI's facial recognition software, Eddie Barbi
Episode 16 of The Monkey Cage live from Roberto's II with John Coltrane, BWiz on Orlando, Full Mental Jacket, Manuel the waiter, Jacob's man bun training, Gary Horn on global/self transformation, Gnawa kindness, spinach with white beans, the nature of communication and judgment, New Mexican Brenda Barista serves the Love prescription, profits before people, Susan from NJ remembers the fear of southern segregation and how tolerating LGBT means underlying hatred, Cynthia remembers her High School of Performing Arts lunchtime dance-a-thons, the Reverend Marc Time smells that smell, the D
Monkey Cage Episode 15 live from NYC's Central Park's Summerstage VIP bar section: BeeWizz on Muhammed Ali's legacy of courage, Simon and Garfunkel's Sound of Silence, Fearless Uncle Freddie endorses Bernie from Cousin Tom's El Cerrito drum circle, Lynn Roth punts on idealism from inside the Hollywood bubble, The Who's Underture, the Reverend Marc Time fears an end to his Bernie obsession, Animotion, Michelle from CA brings realpolitik to the busted souls of Bernie feelers, No Time Left for the Guess Who, Betsy cousin Susan Milrod Cries Mingus Blues for Allard Lowenstein, the Supreme
Episode 14 of The Monkey Cage: Memorial (Decoration?) Day Barbecue Live from Riverbank State Park, Harlem NY.
Episode 13 The Monkey Cage broadcast live from Carmine's on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, NYC including Eddie Barbieri watching our back, Frank Cipolla on Hillary's disconnect, the Reverend Marc Time hungover at Willie Nelson's party, The Return of Aiens for Cruz, the Old Philosopher never gives up the ship, Anna Ziss Patton fighting deadhead, the Alpine boat basin political spectrum, Ashy Ashley, confused teenage altruist, Gary Horn on our dinner's suffering, Sherman Boim on the failings of Obamacare, a heartfelt plea from Susan in New Jersey, with Betty Harris, Howlin' Wolf, t
Episode 11 of The Monkey Cage live from the food court at Costco with Robert Mitchum, Dr Larry Mudhead, sergiomessina.com, Dr Robert, Dudie K, slut shaming, Count Basie in Hoss's Flat, Jane Brill's godfather Sonny Payne, Frank Cipolla on Big Oil, Millie Glocken's Ostrich Effect, Steely Dan, aspiring Bodhisatva Gary Horn, Trump 'n' Rudy, Sherman Boim from Brooklyn, Ornette Coleman's jazz freedom, treasonous differential equations, unacceptable aerial hairstyles, Russian manicurist Ivinka Kordiko
Episode 10 of The Monkey Cage live from Katz's Delicatessen on Loisaida, NY: Frank on Fiorina, Alan from Akron, Sergio from Amsterdam, Mad from the Underground, Ary from Tel Aviv, Erdogan from Hamburg, Djem Turer from the knubblewurst line, Annelise Payton from San Francisco, 6.5 year old Lally from the Upper East Side, Howlin' Wolf from the South Side of Chicago, Herbie Hancock from Brooklyn, matzoh ball soup from hunger, and Jim Morrison from the great beyond!
The Monkey Cage Episode 9 featuring NY election fraud "investigation", aliens for Cruz, Soffry Soffry Catch Monkey, "Just Stop It" Hillary Bullaries, Anna Ziss-Patton, Haitian Fight Song, 126,000 Brooklynites can't be rong, RI closes 60% of the state's polling places, Taylor for Bernie in CT, Lally and The Ideals for LBTG, Talking Donge Heads in Jim Thorpe, PA, Frank stars in the movie of Prince's life, Fela's Army Arrangement, and the oligarchic tyranny of prior restraint in The Big Lebowski.
Episode Eight of the Monkey Cage with Magilla Gorilla, Aliens for Cruz, Hillary and Remington, Helen Winstral for president, Frank's maiden voyage, Lally's after school Trump debate, Mad Schwarzman underground, Aria McKenna versus the fossil fuel legacy, Millie Glocken on Julian Castro, Kat Whatley on Tokyo protests, Strawberry Finkel on Occupy Low, Jimmy Yancey, Toots and the Maytals, Ray Davies' Apeman, all Jagger and Richards' friends are junkies, sergiomessina.com, Dave Bartholomew, Jacob's home remedy, and Ronee Blakley for Bernie!
Episode 7 of The Monkey Cage ranges from persistent malingering, the Sandinistas, superdelegates underground, the fight over the soul of the Democratic Party in the Empire State, the Inner Circle, to the Pope, the international monkey cabal, Mike Nesmith, the Rolling Stones, Smokey Robinson, Soffy Soffy, the Panama Papers, CaymanIslands, Podesta Blumenthal Inc., and Cynthia's groin pull.
Episode 6 of The Monkey Cage with Major Lance, Frank's thrown gauntlet groin pull, food poisoning brain fog, flying scriptless, mainstream lemmings, ten manifestoes, Mad's Poems from the Underground, Buckeye Redeye, M E Spike Allen, Fresh Meadows Glockenspiel, Debbie Wasserman Putz, $Hillary, EU Messinissimo, J J Cale, 6.5 year old balls, Camp Silver Lake, Anna Ziss Patton's crush line, Lotte Lenye, and Dave Bartholomew
Episode Five of The Monkey Cage takes on apemen, climate change, voter registration and suppression, Ted Cruz celebrities, Trump foreign policy, underground poetry, and Wisconsin ennui. With NYC broadcast veterans Andy Caploe, Cynthia Adler, and Frank Cipolla
Chaim Lazaros interviews Peobody award winning journalist Brian Lehrer about RadioLoveFest event where Lehrer will interview Academy Award winning filmmaker and journalist Laura Poitras and former intelligence worker Edward Snowden about Snowden's infamous NSA document leaks and the Oscar winning film, Citzenfour.
WKCR programmer Danielle Fox speaks with Ellen Jovin about the upcoming New York City Polyglot Conference.
The following is an interview with Dr. Noelle Leonard, a Research
Scientist at NYU College of Nursing and an Adjunct Professor at the
Teachers College at Columbia University. In this interview, Dr.
Leonard talks with WKCR programmer Danielle Smith about her recent
publication concerning stress and coping among private high school
students entitled, "A multi-method exploratory study of stress coping, and substance use among high school youth in private schools."
The following interview is from Conversations on the Leading Edge, a collaboration between the Earth Institute's Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity and WKCR's Late City Edition. In this conversation, Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida interviews Robert Jervis, Adlai E.
The following interview is from Conversations on the Leading Edge, a collaboration between the Earth Institute's Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity and WKCR's Late City Edition. In this conversation, Dr. Peter Coleman interviews his colleagues Nick Redding & Christianna Gozzi about the formation of AC4 and the development of the AC4 Link initiative.
WKCR programmer Danielle Smith interviews Christopher Collins PhD, Professor of Radiology at NYU School of Medicine & Principal Investigator at NYU's Center for Advanced Imaging and Research, and NYU Polytech School of Engineering doctoral student Ting Wu about their research on mmwaves. Dr. Collins and Wu talk with Smith about the effects of different wavelengths, if wireless technology is in fact safe, and the relationship between wireless technology and health.
The following interview is with Professor Mark Olfson, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center. Professor Olfson conducted a study entitled, "Treatment of young people with antipsychotic medications in the United States," which found that though antipsychotic prescriptions had decreased in children and young children, there had been an increase in prescriptions among teenagers and young adults.
WKCR programmer Danielle Smith sits down with Professor Rafael Yuste, a professor of the biological sciences and neuroscience at Columbia University, to explore the current state of neurotechnology. Professor Yuste is the director of the newly founded Neurotechnology Center at Columbia University, a coalition of interdisciplinary labs dedicated to innovating advances in neurotechnology and leads research there concerning neuroimaging.
WKCR programmer Danielle Smith sits down with Professor Deborah Hasin, a professor of epidemiology at Columbia University Medical Center to discuss two studies: "Epidemiology of DSM-5 Alcohol Use Disorder" and "Medical Marijuana Laws and Adolescent Marijuana Use in the USA from 1991 to 2014." Professor Hasin and Smith discuss the results of the two studies, the concerns of alcohol and marijuana use, and the need for education concerning the two issues.
WKCR programmer Danielle Smith interviews Dr. Stephen Tsang, Lazlo Z. Bito Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Pathology and Cell Biology, concerning his research in his opthalmology lab. Dr. Tsang and his associates were able to identify a mutation in the gene ATF6 that causes achromatopsia – a severe form of color blindness. Dr. Tsang speaks with Danielle about his research, gene therapy, and precision medicine.