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Patt Morrison Asks

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Patt Morrison Asks

Patt Morrison Asks

Los Angeles Times

6
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A companion podcast to L.A. Times columnist Patt Morrison's weekly interview series "Patt Morrison Asks."

Patt Morrison is a longtime Los Angeles Times writer and columnist who has a share of two Pulitzer Prizes. Her broadcasting work has won six Emmys and 11 Golden Mikes. Her book about the Los Angeles River was a bestseller, and she was the first woman in nearly 25 years to be honored with the L.A. Press Club’s lifetime achievement award. Pink’s, the legendary Hollywood hot dog stand, named its veggie dog after her.

Latest Episodes

Introducing Patt Morrison's new podcast "It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders"

From Los Angeles Times writer and columnist Patt Morrison comes “It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders.” This fascinating new true-crime podcast follows the case of Betty Broderick, who thought she had a perfect life. Until her husband left. Five years later, Betty killed him and his new wife. Thirty years later, we still can’t look away. From the LA Times team behind Dirty John, Man In The Window and Chasing Cosby, this is “It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders.” As you listen to this special preview, subscribe now::https://link.chtbl.com/Gu_cpU2d

4 MIN3 d ago
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Introducing Patt Morrison's new podcast "It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders"

L.A. Times presents Coronavirus in California

From the Los Angeles Times, comes Coronavirus in California: Stories from the Front Lines, an essential new podcast hosted by L.A. Times reporter Gustavo Arellano. Every weekday, the podcast gives listeners dispatches from Californians who are in the thick of this pandemic. We hear from medical workers struggling to care for people who’ve fallen ill. We talk to renters and teachers, farmworkers and athletes, from Crescent City to Chula Vista. And we reach out to LA Times staffers to get reports from the field. Coronavirus in California tackles tough questions: What’s actually going on in our hospitals and neighborhoods right now? How is life changing because of COVID-19? What can we do to help? Subscribe today: http://link.chtbl.com/CoronavirusInCA.

1 MIN2 w ago
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L.A. Times presents Coronavirus in California

Pop Sci editor Corinne Iozzio: a 19th-century magazine goes all 21st century on COVID-19 and more

Patt Morrison talks with Pop Science editor Corrine Iozzio.

13 MINAPR 15
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Pop Sci editor Corinne Iozzio: a 19th-century magazine goes all 21st century on COVID-19 and more

“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Patt Morrison talks with actor and author Max Brooks about the coronavirus and social distancing. Max Brooks has a new book "Devolution" to release next month.

20 MINAPR 1
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“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Patt Morrison talks with Steve Holmer who has over 25 years of experience working to conserve endangered wildlife. Steve heads the American Bird Conservancy who's motto is "bring back the birds."

16 MINMAR 18
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Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

Patt Morrison talks with Laura Spinney a British science journalist, novelist, and non-fiction writer. Her latest book is Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World.

17 MINMAR 11
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Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Patt Morrison talks with Mindy Romero the founder and director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, in Sacramento.

13 MINFEB 26
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USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Patt Morrison talks with Author Andrea McDonnell. Andrea teaches communications and media studies at Emmanuel College in Boston and is co-author of the book Celebrity : A History of Fame.

14 MINFEB 21
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Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Patt Morrison talks with Daniel Zingale a top advisor to the last three governors and to Maria Shriver, and a veteran of the Jerry Brown 1.0 administration. Zingale has also been founding director of California’s managed health care department, executive director of AIDS Action, and a top official at the California Endowment.

18 MINFEB 12
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Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Gertman. Gertman has been recognized nationwide as a pioneer in the integrated waste management field.

16 MINFEB 5
Comments
Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Latest Episodes

Introducing Patt Morrison's new podcast "It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders"

From Los Angeles Times writer and columnist Patt Morrison comes “It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders.” This fascinating new true-crime podcast follows the case of Betty Broderick, who thought she had a perfect life. Until her husband left. Five years later, Betty killed him and his new wife. Thirty years later, we still can’t look away. From the LA Times team behind Dirty John, Man In The Window and Chasing Cosby, this is “It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders.” As you listen to this special preview, subscribe now::https://link.chtbl.com/Gu_cpU2d

4 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Introducing Patt Morrison's new podcast "It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders"

L.A. Times presents Coronavirus in California

From the Los Angeles Times, comes Coronavirus in California: Stories from the Front Lines, an essential new podcast hosted by L.A. Times reporter Gustavo Arellano. Every weekday, the podcast gives listeners dispatches from Californians who are in the thick of this pandemic. We hear from medical workers struggling to care for people who’ve fallen ill. We talk to renters and teachers, farmworkers and athletes, from Crescent City to Chula Vista. And we reach out to LA Times staffers to get reports from the field. Coronavirus in California tackles tough questions: What’s actually going on in our hospitals and neighborhoods right now? How is life changing because of COVID-19? What can we do to help? Subscribe today: http://link.chtbl.com/CoronavirusInCA.

1 MIN2 w ago
Comments
L.A. Times presents Coronavirus in California

Pop Sci editor Corinne Iozzio: a 19th-century magazine goes all 21st century on COVID-19 and more

Patt Morrison talks with Pop Science editor Corrine Iozzio.

13 MINAPR 15
Comments
Pop Sci editor Corinne Iozzio: a 19th-century magazine goes all 21st century on COVID-19 and more

“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Patt Morrison talks with actor and author Max Brooks about the coronavirus and social distancing. Max Brooks has a new book "Devolution" to release next month.

20 MINAPR 1
Comments
“World War Z” ‘s Max Brooks: For years, we’ve made plans for this crisis. Why haven’t we used them?

Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Patt Morrison talks with Steve Holmer who has over 25 years of experience working to conserve endangered wildlife. Steve heads the American Bird Conservancy who's motto is "bring back the birds."

16 MINMAR 18
Comments
Birdman Steve Holmer: with 3 billion birds vanishing from North American skies in 50 years, how do we keep them flying?

Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

Patt Morrison talks with Laura Spinney a British science journalist, novelist, and non-fiction writer. Her latest book is Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World.

17 MINMAR 11
Comments
Science writer Laura Spinney: how the 1918 flu epidemic gives us clues to our coronavirus reaction

USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Patt Morrison talks with Mindy Romero the founder and director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, in Sacramento.

13 MINFEB 26
Comments
USC’s Mindy Romero: can Super Tuesday see super turnouts of young, Latino and Asian-American voters?

Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Patt Morrison talks with Author Andrea McDonnell. Andrea teaches communications and media studies at Emmanuel College in Boston and is co-author of the book Celebrity : A History of Fame.

14 MINFEB 21
Comments
Author Andrea McDonnell: Kobe Bryant and the fickle nature of fame

Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Patt Morrison talks with Daniel Zingale a top advisor to the last three governors and to Maria Shriver, and a veteran of the Jerry Brown 1.0 administration. Zingale has also been founding director of California’s managed health care department, executive director of AIDS Action, and a top official at the California Endowment.

18 MINFEB 12
Comments
Sacramento’s Daniel Zingale: the retiring adviser to governors leaves behind one last to-do list

Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits

Patt Morrison talks with Richard Gertman. Gertman has been recognized nationwide as a pioneer in the integrated waste management field.

16 MINFEB 5
Comments
Recycling guru Richard Gertman: let’s come clean about recycling, and rethink our consumer habits
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