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Fresh Air for Oct. 30, 2021: Oscar Isaac; Katie Couric

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Fresh Air Weekend: Oscar Isaac; Katie Couric

Fresh Air Weekend: Oscar Isaac; Katie Couric

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Fresh Air for Oct. 29, 2021: Magician Ricky Jay; Actor Peter Scolari

Fresh Air for Oct. 28, 2021: Trump's strategy to overturn the election

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Trump's strategy to overturn the 2020 election didn't work. Next time it might

Trump's strategy to overturn the 2020 election didn't work. Next time it might

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Fresh Air for Oct. 27, 2021: Inside the Attica prison uprising

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How the Attica prison uprising started — and why it still resonates today

How the Attica prison uprising started — and why it still resonates today

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Fresh Air for Oct. 26, 2021: Katie Couric

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After years of trying to be likable, Katie Couric is letting that go

After years of trying to be likable, Katie Couric is letting that go

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