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Fresh Air For April 24, 2020: Remembering Actor Brian Dennehy; Catherine Russell In Concert

Fresh Air For April 23, 2020: Mitch McConnell's As Trump's 'Enabler-in Chief'

Fresh Air For April 22, 2022: Author Tours The 'End Of The World'

While researching his book, Mark O'Connell visited Pripyat, Ukraine, a town that was evacuated the day after the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986. "I wanted to see what the end of the world looked like," he says. Efrem Lukatsky/AP hide caption

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Author's 'End Of The World' Tour Goes Inside Prairie Bunkers And Apocalypse Mansions

Author's 'End Of The World' Tour Goes Inside Prairie Bunkers And Apocalypse Mansions

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Fresh Air For April 21, 2020: Transgender Activist Jennifer Finney Boylan

Jennifer Finney Boylan has written extensively about being a trans woman, including in the memoir, She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders. She co-chaired the board of directors of the LGBTQ rights group GLAAD from 2013 until 2017. Dan Haar/Celadon Books/Macmillan hide caption

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'I'm Living In The World With No Secrets,' Says Trans Activist Jennifer Finney Boylan

'I'm Living In The World With No Secrets,' Says Trans Activist Jennifer Finney Boylan

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Fresh Air For April 20, 2020: Actor Zoe Kazan

In the HBO series The Plot Against America, Zoe Kazan plays Bess, a Jewish mother whose family faces antisemitic discrimination. Michele K. Short/HBO hide caption

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For Zoe Kazan, 'Plot Against America' Is 'Scarily Prescient' And Personal

For Zoe Kazan, 'Plot Against America' Is 'Scarily Prescient' And Personal

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