Leonard Lopate - Leonard Looks Back (CD)

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  • The Leonard Lopate Show, hosted by Leonard Lopate for over three decades, featured conversations that New Yorkers turned to each afternoon for insight into a wide variety of topics; including.
  • Leonard Lopate at Large will continue to do live shows on WBAI FM New York weekdays from pm EST, with Leonard broadcasting from home to protect himself and his staff from the coronavirus.. We have a lot of exciting shows coming up, so please tune in!
  • Mar 20,  · Join us for a look back at this epic struggle for the hearts and minds of New York City newspaper readers in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI. Guests: Mike Jaccarino - Playlist: "Sort Of" "Clog Dance" - Charlie Morrow.
  • Major news events throughout the world continue to be largely ignored until they reach tragic proportions. Underreported, a weekly feature on The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC, New York public radio, tackles tough issues and give an in-depth look into the stories that are often relegated to the back pages.
  • Leonard Lopate - Back Story podcast on demand - Ever feel like you missed the beginning of an important news story? Leonard will catch you up during Backstory. Sebastian Walker, a correspondent for Fault Lines, on Al Jazeera English, looks at the situation in Iraq since the United States withdrawal. Backstory: Understanding Libor.
  • Leonard Lopate, the Peabody and James Beard Award-winning broadcaster, is back on WBAI where he began his radio career. Tune in weekdays from pm at .
  • Nov 09,  · Leonard Lopate, 74, the host of “The Leonard Lopate Show,” heard weekday afternoons on the public radio station WNYC, lives with his wife, Melanie Baker, in a rowhouse in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
  • Dec 22,  · Leonard Lopate’s age is 77, as he was born on September 23rd, His first broadcast was at WKCR Radio, which was also the college radio station of Columbia University. His brother, Philip Lopate was also a student at the university, who was a writer by profession.

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