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Emmy Award—winning producer, actor, and comedian Larry Wilmore is back on the air, hosting a podcast where he weighs in on the issues of the week and interviews guests in the worlds of politics, entertainment, culture, sports, and beyond.

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air The Ringer

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 2.5K Ratings

Emmy Award—winning producer, actor, and comedian Larry Wilmore is back on the air, hosting a podcast where he weighs in on the issues of the week and interviews guests in the worlds of politics, entertainment, culture, sports, and beyond.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

Rajley ,

Wow what good conversation he creates

Just listened to the conversation with Ken Burns about country music. Ken is a dynamo a treasure just let him go and he will but Larry is so gently in there making this a real conversation that I felt part of. Thank you very much

LRMH2 ,

Oh my, you and Ken Burns. Swoon!

Only your insight, brain power and communication skills could let Ken speak fully and throughout authentically provide the connecting threads and questions that made this interactive really unique.

Thanks so much.

leona b. ,

Loving Larry

Larry Wilmore is one of the premiere thought leaders of our time. Covering people and topics that are timely, important and mind expanding. As a novelist and writer I learn so much about how to think about my craft and voice. When the new episode comes out I listen as soon as possible because beyond the exciting guess, I really appreciate hearing Larry views on what happening in the world. But what appreciate most about Larry and Black on the Air is he and the show don’t pretend to prefect and even if I don’t completely agree, ( though even as a queer black girl from the south I usually do) I know his voice is vital in the conversation about the world, this country and culture. As long as you’re black on the air I will be listening. Thank you!
PS he is funny as hell!!

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