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Pacific Time - Los Angeles Times

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Pacific Time - Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles Times

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Pacific Time is a weekly podcast that checks in with Los Angeles Times reporters and editors on a selection of the week's stories, coverage, columns and ongoing conversations.

Latest Episodes

Episode 31: Getting inside 'The Social Network' (10/1)

Entertainment reporter Amy Kaufman takes us inside the upcoming movie about the first friends of Facebook, "The Social Network." She spent time with Jesse Eisenberg, who portrays Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg.

7 MIN2010 OCT 1
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Episode 31: Getting inside 'The Social Network' (10/1)

Episode 30: Steve Lopez on Bell wringing and a preview of Crime L.A. (9/24)

Columnist Steve Lopez ponders how likely charges are to stick in the scandal in the city of Bell. And data team editor Megan Garvey gives listeners an audio preview to a feature coming to Latimes.com on Sept. 29

10 MIN2010 SEP 24
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Episode 30: Steve Lopez on Bell wringing and a preview of Crime L.A. (9/24)

Episode 29: The story behind the story of Laura Bradbury (9/20)

Every so often, the Los Angeles Times revisits stories that have faded like the newsprint that once heralded urgent national headlines. One such story is that of the 1984 disappearance of Laura Bradbury. Reporter Kurt Streeter connects with the Bradbury family and recaptures the heartbreaking emotion and journey the family has undergone over the last 26 years.

6 MIN2010 SEP 20
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Episode 29: The story behind the story of Laura Bradbury (9/20)

Episode 28: Update on the California gubernatorial race (9/17)

This edition of the Pacific Time podcast checks in with state politics editor and writer Cathleen Decker for an update on California's gubernatorial race. She gives a round-up and preview of what's to come before the November election.

5 MIN2010 SEP 17
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Episode 28: Update on the California gubernatorial race (9/17)

Episode 27: Making plans for books and bells (9/10)

As the sunny summer days give way to evenings that stretch ever longer, autumn brings a number of new titles to real and virtual bookshelves to fill them. Times Book Critic David Ulin highlights a few titles he's looking forward to leafing through. Alison Kornberg, assistant editor at LA Los Angeles Times Magazine, is planning a wedding. Actually, you're planning her wedding, from the date to the dress and everything in between. It's "nuptials by committee."

11 MIN2010 SEP 10
Comments
Episode 27: Making plans for books and bells (9/10)

Episode 26: Assessment: Doyle McManus on Obama Speech (9/8)

Shortly after President Obama wrapped up his speech Wednesday assailing GOP leaders and outlining the administration's economic proposals to prop up the ailing economy, Doyle McManus, The Times' Washington-based Op-Ed columnist, delivered a quick assessment of the president's remarks, focusing primarily on politics.

2 MIN2010 SEP 8
Comments
Episode 26: Assessment: Doyle McManus on Obama Speech (9/8)

Episode 25: America Out of Work (9/3)

As the nation prepares to honor its working population on Monday, the unemployment rate continues to edge upward. Reporter Alana Semuels explores in Sunday's paper the who, why and how to make ends meet and the what next among several people who have been out of work long-term.

8 MIN2010 SEP 3
Comments
Episode 25: America Out of Work (9/3)

Episode 24: 'Grading the Teachers' and the Sacramento dash (8/27)

We hear from reporters Jason Felch and Jason Song on what data from the LAUSD revealed about teaching success and failure in Los Angeles, why they embarked on the project and how parents can use the database, which will be made public early next week. In Sacramento, there's a flurry of activity as the legislative session comes to a close early next week. Bureau chief Evan Halper talks us through some of what's going on in our state Capitol.

11 MIN2010 AUG 27
Comments
Episode 24: 'Grading the Teachers' and the Sacramento dash (8/27)

Episode 23: Developments in Bell saga, the story behind Project 50, a look behind the lens (8/6)

Sacramento bureau chief Evan Halper talks about questions being raised about CalPERS in light of its inaction on exorbitant Bell salaries when the pension system found out about them four years ago. Christopher Goffard offers his account of covering, over the last two years, a Los Angeles County program aimed at helping the 50 most vulnerable people on downtown L.A.'s skid row. And senior photo editor Alan Hagman talks about the role of photojournalism at The Times.

16 MIN2010 AUG 6
Comments
Episode 23: Developments in Bell saga, the story behind Project 50, a look behind the lens (8/6)

Episode 22: Perspective on a decade of peril in South L.A. (8/4)

Times staff writer Scott Gold, who spent all of 2009 reporting on the progress, promise and peril in South Los Angeles, talks about the South L.A. of the mid-1980s, an environment so infused with economic distress, virulent drugs, rampant violence and pervasive cultural mistrust that serial killers could operate in obscurity and with impunity for about a decade.

4 MIN2010 AUG 4
Comments
Episode 22: Perspective on a decade of peril in South L.A. (8/4)

Latest Episodes

Episode 31: Getting inside 'The Social Network' (10/1)

Entertainment reporter Amy Kaufman takes us inside the upcoming movie about the first friends of Facebook, "The Social Network." She spent time with Jesse Eisenberg, who portrays Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg.

7 MIN2010 OCT 1
Comments
Episode 31: Getting inside 'The Social Network' (10/1)

Episode 30: Steve Lopez on Bell wringing and a preview of Crime L.A. (9/24)

Columnist Steve Lopez ponders how likely charges are to stick in the scandal in the city of Bell. And data team editor Megan Garvey gives listeners an audio preview to a feature coming to Latimes.com on Sept. 29

10 MIN2010 SEP 24
Comments
Episode 30: Steve Lopez on Bell wringing and a preview of Crime L.A. (9/24)

Episode 29: The story behind the story of Laura Bradbury (9/20)

Every so often, the Los Angeles Times revisits stories that have faded like the newsprint that once heralded urgent national headlines. One such story is that of the 1984 disappearance of Laura Bradbury. Reporter Kurt Streeter connects with the Bradbury family and recaptures the heartbreaking emotion and journey the family has undergone over the last 26 years.

6 MIN2010 SEP 20
Comments
Episode 29: The story behind the story of Laura Bradbury (9/20)

Episode 28: Update on the California gubernatorial race (9/17)

This edition of the Pacific Time podcast checks in with state politics editor and writer Cathleen Decker for an update on California's gubernatorial race. She gives a round-up and preview of what's to come before the November election.

5 MIN2010 SEP 17
Comments
Episode 28: Update on the California gubernatorial race (9/17)

Episode 27: Making plans for books and bells (9/10)

As the sunny summer days give way to evenings that stretch ever longer, autumn brings a number of new titles to real and virtual bookshelves to fill them. Times Book Critic David Ulin highlights a few titles he's looking forward to leafing through. Alison Kornberg, assistant editor at LA Los Angeles Times Magazine, is planning a wedding. Actually, you're planning her wedding, from the date to the dress and everything in between. It's "nuptials by committee."

11 MIN2010 SEP 10
Comments
Episode 27: Making plans for books and bells (9/10)

Episode 26: Assessment: Doyle McManus on Obama Speech (9/8)

Shortly after President Obama wrapped up his speech Wednesday assailing GOP leaders and outlining the administration's economic proposals to prop up the ailing economy, Doyle McManus, The Times' Washington-based Op-Ed columnist, delivered a quick assessment of the president's remarks, focusing primarily on politics.

2 MIN2010 SEP 8
Comments
Episode 26: Assessment: Doyle McManus on Obama Speech (9/8)

Episode 25: America Out of Work (9/3)

As the nation prepares to honor its working population on Monday, the unemployment rate continues to edge upward. Reporter Alana Semuels explores in Sunday's paper the who, why and how to make ends meet and the what next among several people who have been out of work long-term.

8 MIN2010 SEP 3
Comments
Episode 25: America Out of Work (9/3)

Episode 24: 'Grading the Teachers' and the Sacramento dash (8/27)

We hear from reporters Jason Felch and Jason Song on what data from the LAUSD revealed about teaching success and failure in Los Angeles, why they embarked on the project and how parents can use the database, which will be made public early next week. In Sacramento, there's a flurry of activity as the legislative session comes to a close early next week. Bureau chief Evan Halper talks us through some of what's going on in our state Capitol.

11 MIN2010 AUG 27
Comments
Episode 24: 'Grading the Teachers' and the Sacramento dash (8/27)

Episode 23: Developments in Bell saga, the story behind Project 50, a look behind the lens (8/6)

Sacramento bureau chief Evan Halper talks about questions being raised about CalPERS in light of its inaction on exorbitant Bell salaries when the pension system found out about them four years ago. Christopher Goffard offers his account of covering, over the last two years, a Los Angeles County program aimed at helping the 50 most vulnerable people on downtown L.A.'s skid row. And senior photo editor Alan Hagman talks about the role of photojournalism at The Times.

16 MIN2010 AUG 6
Comments
Episode 23: Developments in Bell saga, the story behind Project 50, a look behind the lens (8/6)

Episode 22: Perspective on a decade of peril in South L.A. (8/4)

Times staff writer Scott Gold, who spent all of 2009 reporting on the progress, promise and peril in South Los Angeles, talks about the South L.A. of the mid-1980s, an environment so infused with economic distress, virulent drugs, rampant violence and pervasive cultural mistrust that serial killers could operate in obscurity and with impunity for about a decade.

4 MIN2010 AUG 4
Comments
Episode 22: Perspective on a decade of peril in South L.A. (8/4)
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