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The business of culture | The culture of business. Policy, media & tech, entrepreneurs, authors and more. Full Disclosure airs on NPR member station VPM.

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The business of culture | The culture of business. Policy, media & tech, entrepreneurs, authors and more. Full Disclosure airs on NPR member station VPM.

    How the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Died

    How the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Died

    What is the business backstory behind the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project? We hear from Virginia Mercury environment and energy reporter Sarah Vogelsong and Richard Walker, a member of the historically Black Union Hill community.

    • 51 min
    The Mina Kimes Journey

    The Mina Kimes Journey

    Mina Kimes on making a name for herself as an investigative writer amid the magazine industry's decline -- and then the candor and risk-taking that landed her big-time at ESPN.

    • 53 min
    Richard Haass, Around the Globe

    Richard Haass, Around the Globe

    Veteran diplomat and President of the Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass joins the show to talk about global challenges, what’s needed to meet those challenges, and his book The World: A Brief Introduction. Plus: a sneak peek at VPM's new podcast Resettled.

    • 51 min
    Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on 2020's Epidemics

    Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on 2020's Epidemics

    Before Covid-19, the U.S. was already facing a number of public health crises. Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy joins the show to talk about the pandemic, the U.S. response, and the root cause of other American epidemics: loneliness.

    • 50 min
    Meanwhile, Election 2020...

    Meanwhile, Election 2020...

    A year that started with Pres. Trump riding a 50-year low in unemployment has devolved into a summer of pandemic, protests and the worst economy in a generation. The White House and Senate are up for grabs in November. Washington Week's Robert Costa and VOX's Jane Coaston discuss the many the moving parts.

    • 47 min
    Mythology and the Monuments

    Mythology and the Monuments

    For as long as Richmond’s Jim Crow-era Confederate monuments existed, there have been calls for their removal. The Atlantic's Adam Serwer and historian Dr. Julian Hayter join the show to talk about how the myths behind the monuments and the movement to bring them down.

    • 52 min

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