Every Friday, Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about the biggest stories of the week in The Natural State. Since 2011, "The Week in Review Podcast" has been the place to go for the straight dirt on politics and culture. With more than 40 years as a journalist in Arkansas, Brantley is unrivalled when it comes to providing the broad context you need to stay in the know.
The Attack of the Clones Edition
Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about a range of stories related to election season, including campaign contributions, vote suppression and other odds and ends.
The Church Ladies’ Revenge Edition
Max Brantley and Austin Bailey commiserate on the end of reproductive freedom. Also this week, a gut punch at Henderson State and a shakeup at the LRPD.
The Asa's Cloak of Geniality Tour Edition
Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about Asa Hutchinson pre-presidential race appearance in New Hampshire, the latest on the mystery of the missing Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts sculpture and the Little Rock School District's new superintendent.
The Asa Wants To Be President Edition
Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about Arkansas refusing rental aid, the state's massive surplus, and Gov. Hutchinson flirting with a presidential run. They also talk about delta-8 and Warren Stephens getting whatever he wants in Little Rock.
The How Rich Get Richer Edition
Arkansas Times talk editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about how the rich in Arkansas get richer, racist remarks from the Prairie County sheriff, a lawsuit targeting the Little Rock School District and a sweetheart deal for a former city of Little Rock insider to put on a new, city sponsored Little Rock festival.
The Justice Jackson Edition
Arkansas Times editors Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk talk about the confirmation of new Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and Tom Cotton's poor showing, the latest in several federal court hearings, the departure of Health Secretary Jose Romero and more.
Winner of their own award!!!!
The WINNER of the 2021 Arkansas Times Best Podcast in Arkansas! Congratulations on winning your own contest, guys! Well done.
When you’re listening, you’ll never believe hours of preparation and production goes into each episode. You’ll hardly even believe these two are using microphones to record rather than recording straight into and an original Edison wax cylinder! And don’t let the graphics fool you. Even though the eyes might want to say those are two gents on the artwork, your ears are going to tell you one of hosts is a lady.
Whether you’re homesick from living out of state, or you’d just like to hear tiny ramblings on the subject of bits of Arkansas goings-on that often trail off and go unresolved, you e got yourself a favorite new podcast.
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Sick of listening to snorting dog during broadcast
Best Arkansas news show but I’m sick of listening to Max’s slurping snorting dog. Apparently being professional means letting your dog run the house. I’m guessing he barks all night too so the neighbors can enjoy how untrained he is. I own 3 dogs and don’t feel I have to take them to work. Unfollowing show and will find something more professional . Sheesh
I'm in Oregon and listen every week. My dad lived in Arkansas and died in January from Covid. So nice to feel connected to his world but from a perspective that I can appreciate.