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Washington Post Live
Washington Post Live

Washington Post Live

The Washington Post

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A podcast from Washington Post Live, the newsroom’s live journalism platform, where top-level government officials, business leaders, cultural influencers and emerging voices discuss the most pressing issues driving the news cycle nationally and across the globe. From one-on-one, newsmaker interviews to in-depth multi-segment programs, Washington Post Live brings The Post’s newsroom to life on stage.

Latest Episodes

Redefining Corporate Purpose: The Road Ahead

Companies must weigh a number of competing obligations, from profit margin to employee satisfaction to civic duty. We explore the strategies CEOs deploy to be successful with a panel of experts.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Redefining Corporate Purpose: The Road Ahead

Profits & Purpose: One-on-One with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan

What does corporate responsibility mean in 2019? A significant CEO on the frontlines discusses the Business Roundtable’s new pledge that a corporation is no longer solely beholden to profits and shareholders, but must have a wider purview.

25 MIN2 w ago
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Profits & Purpose: One-on-One with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan

Oceans in Crisis: Turning The Tides

With rising temperatures, plastic pollution and carbon emissions in dangerous numbers, environmental experts examine the impact of climate change on our oceans, the consequences for humanity, and solutions that could turn the tide before it’s too late.

24 MIN2 w ago
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Oceans in Crisis: Turning The Tides

On The Front Lines: Protesting Climate Change

Jane Fonda and Diane Lane are adding their voices and star power protesting to force politicians to address climate change. They are calling attention to the world’s oceans crisis with their plans for ongoing demonstrations in the nation’s capital.

51 MIN2 w ago
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On The Front Lines: Protesting Climate Change

Dark Waters: A Conversation with Mark Ruffalo, Rob Bilott & Emily Donovan

Award-winning actor and producer Mark Ruffalo, attorney Rob Bilott and community organizer Emily Donovan joined The Washington Post Live on Nov. 19 for a conversation about the forthcoming film,"Dark Waters."

41 MIN3 w ago
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Dark Waters: A Conversation with Mark Ruffalo, Rob Bilott & Emily Donovan

A New Line with Robin Givhan and Prabal Gurung

On Nov. 15, fashion designer Prabal Gurung sat down with Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion Critic Robin Givhan to talk about his design philosophy and why he uses the runway as a platform for advocacy.

47 MIN3 w ago
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A New Line with Robin Givhan and Prabal Gurung

CEO Series Special Edition: Bret Baier and David Rubenstein

David M. Rubenstein, co-founder and co-executive chairman of The Carlyle Group, and Bret Baier, an award-winning Fox News anchor, sat down with Washington Post Live on Nov. 14 for a discussion about their new books.

51 MIN3 w ago
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CEO Series Special Edition: Bret Baier and David Rubenstein

Medal of Honor: A Hero’s Story

Retired Staff Sergeant David Bellavia’s story is one of valor and uncommon heroism. This past June, Bellavia became the first living American to receive the Medal of Honor for actions in the Iraq War.

29 MINNOV 9
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Medal of Honor: A Hero’s Story

Veterans in America: Bridging the Gap

The transition from military to civilian life poses many challenges. Some are social, some are cultural. Two veterans talk about their experiences, in conversation with a Washington Post reporter who is also a veteran.

26 MINNOV 9
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Veterans in America: Bridging the Gap

Veterans in America: Leading the Charge for Veterans

Two of Capitol Hill’s most prominent advocates for veterans’ health care discuss their new plan to improve veterans' access to mental health care.

29 MINNOV 9
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Veterans in America: Leading the Charge for Veterans

Latest Episodes

Redefining Corporate Purpose: The Road Ahead

Companies must weigh a number of competing obligations, from profit margin to employee satisfaction to civic duty. We explore the strategies CEOs deploy to be successful with a panel of experts.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Redefining Corporate Purpose: The Road Ahead

Profits & Purpose: One-on-One with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan

What does corporate responsibility mean in 2019? A significant CEO on the frontlines discusses the Business Roundtable’s new pledge that a corporation is no longer solely beholden to profits and shareholders, but must have a wider purview.

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Profits & Purpose: One-on-One with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan

Oceans in Crisis: Turning The Tides

With rising temperatures, plastic pollution and carbon emissions in dangerous numbers, environmental experts examine the impact of climate change on our oceans, the consequences for humanity, and solutions that could turn the tide before it’s too late.

24 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Oceans in Crisis: Turning The Tides

On The Front Lines: Protesting Climate Change

Jane Fonda and Diane Lane are adding their voices and star power protesting to force politicians to address climate change. They are calling attention to the world’s oceans crisis with their plans for ongoing demonstrations in the nation’s capital.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
On The Front Lines: Protesting Climate Change

Dark Waters: A Conversation with Mark Ruffalo, Rob Bilott & Emily Donovan

Award-winning actor and producer Mark Ruffalo, attorney Rob Bilott and community organizer Emily Donovan joined The Washington Post Live on Nov. 19 for a conversation about the forthcoming film,"Dark Waters."

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Dark Waters: A Conversation with Mark Ruffalo, Rob Bilott & Emily Donovan

A New Line with Robin Givhan and Prabal Gurung

On Nov. 15, fashion designer Prabal Gurung sat down with Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion Critic Robin Givhan to talk about his design philosophy and why he uses the runway as a platform for advocacy.

47 MIN3 w ago
Comments
A New Line with Robin Givhan and Prabal Gurung

CEO Series Special Edition: Bret Baier and David Rubenstein

David M. Rubenstein, co-founder and co-executive chairman of The Carlyle Group, and Bret Baier, an award-winning Fox News anchor, sat down with Washington Post Live on Nov. 14 for a discussion about their new books.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
CEO Series Special Edition: Bret Baier and David Rubenstein

Medal of Honor: A Hero’s Story

Retired Staff Sergeant David Bellavia’s story is one of valor and uncommon heroism. This past June, Bellavia became the first living American to receive the Medal of Honor for actions in the Iraq War.

29 MINNOV 9
Comments
Medal of Honor: A Hero’s Story

Veterans in America: Bridging the Gap

The transition from military to civilian life poses many challenges. Some are social, some are cultural. Two veterans talk about their experiences, in conversation with a Washington Post reporter who is also a veteran.

26 MINNOV 9
Comments
Veterans in America: Bridging the Gap

Veterans in America: Leading the Charge for Veterans

Two of Capitol Hill’s most prominent advocates for veterans’ health care discuss their new plan to improve veterans' access to mental health care.

29 MINNOV 9
Comments
Veterans in America: Leading the Charge for Veterans
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