132 episodes

A weekly dive into the big questions about this city of ours, hosted by Christina Greer, Azi Paybarah and Harry Siegel, and produced by Alex Brook Lynn.

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    • 4.8 • 85 Ratings

A weekly dive into the big questions about this city of ours, hosted by Christina Greer, Azi Paybarah and Harry Siegel, and produced by Alex Brook Lynn.

    Episode 126: The Gotham Book Prize and the State of Gotham

    Episode 126: The Gotham Book Prize and the State of Gotham

    Bradley Tusk and Howard Wolfson talk about the new award they've created (and which Chrissy is one of the jurors for) and about what the city is going to need going forward.

    • 42 min
    Episode 125: Ray McGuire Will Be Your Huckleberry

    Episode 125: Ray McGuire Will Be Your Huckleberry

    • 59 min
    Episode 124: City on the Verge

    Episode 124: City on the Verge

    • 54 min
    Episode 123: Dianne Morales Doesn't Have a Poker Face

    Episode 123: Dianne Morales Doesn't Have a Poker Face

    • 38 min
    Episode 122: Kathryn Garcia's Not About the Razzle Dazzle

    Episode 122: Kathryn Garcia's Not About the Razzle Dazzle

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 121: Disaster Follows Shaun Donovan

    Episode 121: Disaster Follows Shaun Donovan

    The former housing commissioner under Mayor Bloomberg and HUD secretary and then OMB director under President Obama explains why he's running for mayor now, and what the city needs at this moment of crises.

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

Cheyrman ,

I love this show.

Thank you for focusing on the intricacies of NYC with such tenacity and pluck. The recent show with the JBs was fantastic. I wish you’d do more shows with more than one legislators.

Sully99 ,

The Best

This is the best local New York City news podcast of all time. They really care about their city.

David D.NYC ,

Great show but please reconsider the sound FX

I love this show and I think it earns the 5 stars. But I would ask you to reconsider the sound effects that interrupt interviews and make things sound like morning commercial radio. Your knowledgeable and passionate hosts bring all the energy the show needs. And those drop-ins, sometimes put in the middle of an interviewees thought, can make things hard to follow. (And given that the interviews are often done in a non traditional setting, the levels of the conversation ends up being softer than the loud sound effect that drops in). I think you have an excellent show, please don’t make it difficult to follow the intelligent and needed conversations you are having.

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