13 episodes

Get behind-the-scenes happenings at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as you hear how some of our stories came together. Hear from our reporters and editors on various topics such as politics, features, what's coming online, in print and more.
Current series are Net Front Presence, Political Fix, Making Babies, 2 Bens and Commish's Classics.

Inside the Post-Dispatch St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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Get behind-the-scenes happenings at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as you hear how some of our stories came together. Hear from our reporters and editors on various topics such as politics, features, what's coming online, in print and more.
Current series are Net Front Presence, Political Fix, Making Babies, 2 Bens and Commish's Classics.

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: What to expect in the March 10 Democratic presidential primary in Missouri

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: What to expect in the March 10 Democratic presidential primary in Missouri

    Jefferson City reporter Jack Suntrup, St. Louis City Hall reporter Mark Schlinkmann and editorial writer Kevin McDermott sit down to discuss the March 10 Democratic presidential primary in Missouri, as well as the state of play of politics in Missouri this election cycle.

    • 22 min
    Inside the Post-Dispatch: A conversation with Sen. Amy Klobuchar

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: A conversation with Sen. Amy Klobuchar

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board members Tod Robberson and Kevin McDermott interviewed Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar by phone on Wednesday morning, Feb. 26, only hours after Democratic presidential contenders squared off for their latest televised debate. This Inside the Post-Dispatch episode is a slightly edited version of that interview.

    • 24 min
    Inside the Post-Dispatch: Stéphane Denève and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: Stéphane Denève and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Post-Dispatch reporter Bryce Gray and classical music critic Sarah Bryan Miller talk with new St. Louis Symphony Orchestra music director Stéphane Denève about the differences between the job in Europe and the United States, about Denève's first season wi

    • 31 min
    Inside the Post-Dispatch: Pamela Hupp pleads guilty to murder

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: Pamela Hupp pleads guilty to murder

    This week's host, Bryce Gray, discusses the murder investigation saga surrounding Pamela Hupp with reporter Robert Patrick, and Beth O’Malley, who helped with coverage and has been intrigued by the case, as many have. After pleading guilty last week, Hupp

    • 28 min
    Inside the Post-Dispatch: A breakthrough in the 1993 Angie Housman investigation

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: A breakthrough in the 1993 Angie Housman investigation

    This week's host, Bryce Gray, speaks with reporters Kim Bell and Christine Byers about charges emerging in the abduction and murder of 9-year-old Angie Housman, who disappeared from the suburb of St. Ann in November 1993.

    • 28 min
    Inside the Post-Dispatch: The indictment of Steve Stenger

    Inside the Post-Dispatch: The indictment of Steve Stenger

    Talking with this week's host, David Hunn, reporters Jeremy Kohler and Jacob Barker discuss the indictment of former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger and the fallout after.

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

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Mary Jeffco ,

Please make these regular podcasts.

Your podcasts are always interesting. We’ve missed them. We particularly appreciate hearing from the reporters about their experiences gathering info for an article. It adds to our understanding of current events.

DEllington77 ,

Aisha Sultan is a bad journalist

Fighting back tears because her candidate lost, on the podcast wrapping up the election, Aisha Sultan calls a majority of the people in Missouri racists simply because they voted for republican candidates. She claims to have called the election for Trump although she never mentioned that once before today. Instead of producing facts, she relies on her "columnist" role and does not feel she needs to back her opinions up with truths. This goes all the way back to her days as education reporter when she repeatedly dealt in half-truths in regards to Lindenwood University and what they were accomplishing. It seems a shame to give someone without integrity a chance to preach at a subscriber base that doesn't agree with her and to allow her to call them names and present herself as better than everyone else. It would be good if she got out of her bubble and had real conversations with actual people instead of just parroting responses she reads on facebook.

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