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Full Episode: Monday, April 19, 2021
Minneapolis, still rocked by George Floyd’s death, waits for verdict in Chauvin case. How the low-budget indie film ‘Minari’ became a stand-out Oscars contender.
'Inside the Oscars': Fashion Statements
Presenting the fourth episode of a new six-part ABC News podcast, "Inside the Oscars." Continue listening on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/3vzuBIX), Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3tW9xuf), or wherever you get your podcasts: https://bit.ly/3sufL4j
Hollywood is synonymous with glamour, but it’s not all frivolous and superficial. What the stars choose to wear on Oscar Sunday can send a powerful message. Janai Norman talks to stylist Joe Zee about the groundbreaking fashion statements we’ve seen on red carpet, and how the pandemic could impact how the nominees dress this year. Plus, Ginger lands her biggest “get” for this series. Academy Production and Logistics Manager Lauren Selman pulls back the curtain on Hollywood’s biggest night and shares a glimpse behind the scenes.
Full Episode: Friday, April 16, 2021
8 killed in mass shooting at Indianapolis FedEx facility, suspect was former employee; Prince Harry returns to UK for Prince Philip’s funeral amid royal family rift.
Full Episode: Thursday April 15, 2021
Body camera video of Adam Toledo fatal police shooting fuels more demands for justice; How learning to control fear in high-stress situations could help police reform
Full Episode: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Police hoping to end fatal encounters push for change, building trust. Colton Underwood comes out as gay: ‘It caught up to me and, honestly, I’m glad.'
Full Episode: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Daunte Wright case follows history of fatal police incidents in Minnesota Twin Cities. What does the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause mean in the fight against COVID-19?
I agree with the last review. Only problem is episodes are formatted for television. But I’m happy, I let my imagination fill in the gaps.
Too much name calling and awful hateful language.
Great story on women!
Enjoy your show, As a former NBC producer I know this business after 37 years in the business, Good luck with this show and much success in 2021,