The first day on the job inevitably means mistakes, mishaps, and sometimes, fiascos. A true story, told by a former rookie cop.
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People want to do the right thing, but it’s not always possible.
Host Ira Glass gives an update on his health status after going into quarantine last week, and David Kestenbaum interviews a 71 year old trying to avoid the virus.
Ira calls up his mother Shirley Glass after unexpectedly finding her quoted as a “sexpert” in Marie Claire magazine, back in 1996. One of the first stories we did on our show.
Ira talks to his dad about a job he had before Ira was born.
Host Ira Glass talks to people as they prepare for the coronavirus but don’t know exactly what to expect yet.
Host Ira Glass talks with writer Michael Schulman about a book he wrote.
Three weeks ago, Abdi Nor became a U.S. citizen, in a ceremony in Maine. We go to the ceremony, and then head back in time to 2013, when he won a visa under the Diversity Visa Lottery.
Ira Glass talks to Bim Adewunmi about her understanding of delight through American pop culture and the summer she spent in the US as a 19-year-old.
Host Ira Glass talks with David Kestenbaum about a phone app that can create alternate universes with the press of a button.