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The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism is a graduate professional school on the campus of University of California, Berkeley. It is among the top graduate journalism schools in the United States. "On Mic" presents events of interest recorded live at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. From authors and photographers to scientists and visionaries, the Podcast brings thought leaders from around the globe to your ear buds.
 
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Daniel and Patricia Ellsberg discuss the civic courage and compassion it takes to be a whistleblower with Berkeley Journalism Dean Geeta Anand on the 50th anniversary of the release of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. They are joined by Robert Rosenthal, who was a clerk for The New York Times when it published these secret documents. Their dynamic disc…
 
OnMic Ep22: Fighting the Disinformation Machine Fighting the Disinformation Machine was presented by Cal Performances in partnership with the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Dean Geeta Anand and Tristan Harris host a conversation  on the subject of “fact versus fiction,” in particular the growing movement to fight back against the perils…
 
Carole Cadwalladr is the investigative journalist who broke the Cambridge Analytica story for the UK Guardian, the Observer and the NY Times. A 2019 Pulitzer Prize finalist and a prominent voice of caution to big tech as we head into a 2020 election season. Carole was the 2020 Esther Wojcicki Visiting Lecturer, her spring lecture focused on the abu…
 
Two time Pulitzer Prize nominee Jason Deparle discusses his new book "A Good Provider is One Who Leaves". Looking at global migration via a long relationship with a Filipino family and how their story reflects millions of others in similar scenarios. In conversation with UC Berkeley Journalism professor Deirdre English.…
 
Best selling author Naomi Klein in discussion with professor of environmental journalism Mark Schapiro at UC Berkeley. Naomi argues the case for the Green New Deal which looks for fundamental transformation of our economy and politics as climate disruptions accelerate. Klein is an award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author. She …
 
Welcome back to the Tales of Two Cities podcast! This episode is all about endings.This week, we tag along with a family in North Richmond that visits several cities just to get groceries. We check in with Warriors fans about how they feel about their team heading (back) to San Francisco. We'll take a quick trip across the bay to visit the last day…
 
Welcome back to the Tales of Two Cities podcast! This episode is about being locked up.This week we’ll meet formerly incarcerated people who share their experiences behind bars and also learn about the ways they’re getting their lives back on track after their release. We’ll also look at a different kind of lock up as we hear about animals who are …
 
Dean Baquet is Editorial Chief of The New York Times, and a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist. He sits down with Edward Wasserman to discuss the 2016 elections and the future of fact based journalism.Check out prior episodes of On Mic for more fascinating conversations with some of the world's best writers, journalists and documentarians. This podc…
 
Welcome back to the Tales of Two Cities podcast! This episode is all about our guilty pleasures.This week we’ll take you to Zoonie’s candy shop in Oakland to relive your childhood, learn about how people who have shopped too much are managing all the stuff they have, and hang out with a group of friends trying to solve a murder mystery--and who wan…
 
Tales of Two Cities reporters explore all things repurposed -- from buildings and bridges to names, Lyft rides, school meals, and cannabis.This episode was produced by Amy Mostafa, hosted by Ashley Omoma and Nina Sparling, and reported by Sarah Trent, James Tensuan, Meg Shutzer, Alyson Stamos, Ali DeFazio, and Wyatt Kroopf. Music is by Kevin MacLeo…
 
Everything's on a spectrum! In the latest episode of "Tales of Two Cities," we'll hear from people finding their own place on spectrums of language, hookup culture, neurodiversity, and politics. Hosted by Luis Hernandez and Ashvini Malshe. Reported by Maria Sestito, Edward Booth, Brian Perlman, Carla Williams, and Annie Berman. Produced by Mickey C…
 
Michael Barbaro is best known as the host of ‘The Daily’ podcast at the New York Times. But long before that, he fell in love with the news as a paperboy delivering the New Haven Register with his sister. He details his winding path into audio with veteran producer and J-school audio instructor Ben Manilla in a live discussion about the The Daily’s…
 
David Corn is the Polk Award-winning Washington Bureau Chief of Mother Jones. He appears frequently on Fox News, MSNBC and NPR. Michael Isikoff is chief investigative correspondent at Yahoo News. He reported previously at Newsweek, NBC and the Washington Post.Together, they wrote the best-selling book Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s W…
 
Jodi Kantor is a New York Times investigative reporter and a recipient of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for her reporting on the #MeToo Movement. Her work has exposed abuses of power, from Harvey Weinstein to Amazon.Kantor also joined this year’s graduation celebrations as the commencement speaker for journalism students. Afterwards, s…
 
Mark Danner has covered political affairs and wars around the world for over thirty years. Most recently, he covered the Trump campaign in 2016. He now serves as a Chancellor's Professor of journalism and English at UC Berkeley. In part two of his interview with former Mother Jones editor Deirdre English, Danner discussed his latest book, Spiral: T…
 
Mark Danner has covered political affairs and wars around the world for over thirty years. He now serves as a Chancellor's Professor of journalism and English at UC Berkeley. He sat down with former Mother Jones editor Deirdre English discuss his latest book, Spiral: Trapped in the Forever War. Check out prior episodes of On Mic for more fascinatin…
 
Michael Pollan is the Knight Professor of Science and Environmental Journalism at UC Berkeley and author of a multitude of best-sellers, including “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.” He sat down with former Mother Jones editor Deirdre English discuss his new book, “How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us about Consciousness, …
 
Kara Swisher is the executive editor of Recode and the recipient of the inaugural Esther Wojcicki Lectureship. She’s joined by Farhad Manjoo of the New York Times for a debate on the growth of the top tech companies, and whether or not they can be reeled in before it’s too late.Check out prior episodes of On Mic for more fascinating conversations w…
 
Professor Michael Pollan is a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine and former editor at Harpers, but is best known for his blockbuster books about food and agriculture: The Omnivore’s Dilemma, The Botany of Desire, and In Defense of Food. He sat down with former Mother Jones editor Deirdre English to talk about how he started on the f…
 
Be aware: This podcast contains language some may find offensive. Bobby Seale stopped by the J-school right before the fiftieth anniversary of the day he and co-founder Huey P. Newton started the Black Panther Party for Self Defense. Mr. Seale shared stories of his experiences as a social justice leader during that tumultuous time, and some of the …
 
In this week's episode, we’re proud to welcome acclaimed author Adam Hochschild. His recent book, Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War is a best-selling history told through the eyes of a dozen unexpected characters. Adam is a master of narrative, and his new book is an absorbing and brilliantly researched account of a time when …
 
Peggy Orenstein is a New York Times best-selling author who has carved out a niche writing about girlhood and womanhood in a changing world. Her newest book is Girls and Sex: Navigating a Complicated New Landscape. The book draws on dozens of interviews with young women to render a portrait of the new realities girls face in our modern technologica…
 
Photo courtesy of Creative Commons/Ruths138 https://podcal.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/20161203_meetcute2_rose_final.mp3 Romantic comedy fans like us know a meet-cute when we see one. It’s when two strangers meet in a charming, unexpected way that in retrospect looks fated. A man and a woman trip and fall into each other on the street. Or sit next …
 
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