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Song Sequels: What Happened After The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia?

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

In Hollywood, even the worst movie merits a sequel. But in pop music, great songwriters rarely add a new chapter to a brilliant hit. So, here at Soundcheck, we’re going to do it for them, with comedian Mo Rocca and radio host Mario Correa of Sirius XM’s Entertainment Weekly channel.

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Song Sequels; The Baseball Project Plays Live

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

In this episode: In Hollywood, even the worst movie merits a sequel. But in pop music, great songwriters rarely add a new chapter to a brilliant hit. So, here at Soundcheck, we’re going to do it for them, with comedian Mo Rocca and radio host Mario Correa of Sirius XM’s Entertainment Weekly channel.

Then: We're nearly a month into baseball season, which, for many of us means taking in a game on a Sunday afternoon, stuffing yourself with hot dogs and overpriced beer, and, of course a new batch of songs from The Baseball Project. Hear the National-pastime-themed rock band -- built around Steve Wynn, Scott McCaughey and Linda Pitmon -- play songs from its latest album, 3rd. 

They also take time to geek out on all things baseball with Soundcheck producer Joel Meyer, and give their World Series predictions for this current season.

 

AMA: Ask Mo Anything

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Mo Rocca, host of the Cooking Channel's "My Grandmother's Ravioli", panelist on "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" (and lots more) discusses the new season of his show and takes listener calls.

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Mo Rocca Cooking with Grandmothers

Friday, September 27, 2013

Mo Rocca, comedian and "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent, talks about the second season of his Cooking Channel show “My Grandmother's Ravioli” and what he's learning in and out of kitchens from grandmothers and grandfathers.

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Mo Rocca Learns How to Cook

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Satirist and writer Mo Rocca introduces his new series "My Grandmother's Ravioli" in which other people's grandmother's teach him how to cook. Grandmother Ruth Teig, also joins the show to describe how she taught Mr. Rocca to cook traditional jewish foods.

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Satire Slam! Finals

Monday, May 25, 2009

The ultimate winner will be decided from the four remaining contestants in our Satire Slam! Finale. Judges Mo Rocca, comedian, and Faith Salie, actress/comedian and former host of Fair Game for PRI, provide commentary on the contestants' work.

Finalists: Quinn Raymond, Gerry Segal, Erin Slattery, and Charles Esser

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Greene Again

Monday, May 25, 2009

This is a full rebroadcast of our inaugural show from the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space on May 5th, 2009.

Nobel Prize winning economist and New York Times columnist, Paul Krugman, discusses the state of the economy. Plus, the Satire Slam! finales with commentary from comedians Mo Rocca and ...

Satire Slam! Finals

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

The ultimate winner will be decided from the four remaining contestants in our Satire Slam! Finale. Judges Mo Rocca, comedian, and Faith Salie, actress/comedian and former host of Fair Game for PRI, provide commentary on the contestants' work.

Finalists: Quinn Raymond, Gerry Segal, Erin Slattery, and Charles Esser

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Live from the Greene Space

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

It’s the inaugural Brian Lehrer Show broadcast from WNYC’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. Nobel Prize winning economist and New York Times columnist, Paul Krugman, discusses the state of the economy. Plus, the Satire Slam! finales with commentary from comedians Mo Rocca and Faith Sailie; Mexican American life in New ...

DNC Coverage: Hour 2

Friday, August 29, 2008

Ross Douthat, senior editor and columnist for The Atlantic Monthly, and Collin Levy, Wall Street Journal senior editorial page writer, react to Obama's speech and preview the Republican National Convention.

Ross Douthat’s Blog

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Dr. Paul ...

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DNC Coverage: Hour 2

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Susan Faludi, author of The Terror Dream: Myth and Misogyny in an Insecure America, talks about why she thinks Barack Obama versus John McCain has the makings of an epic American gender showdown.

Read Susan Faludi's New York Times op-ed piece, Second-Place Citizens.

Then

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Live from the Democratic National Convention: Day 3

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Live coverage continues from the Democratic National Convention in Denver. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Susan Faludi talks about why this election has all the makings of an epic gender showdown. Plus: Tonight Show correspondent Mo Rocca returns with more commentary on the convention.

See WNYC's Flickr page ...

Mo in CO

Monday, August 25, 2008

Humorist and blogger Mo Rocca talks about his experiences at the Democratic National Convention--and shares his appreciation for Joe Biden's sense of humor.

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Live from the Democratic National Convention

Monday, August 25, 2008

Broadcasting live from the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Denver! Deputy manager of the Obama campaign, Steve Hildebrand, previews the big event. Also: reaction from Democrats on the selection of Joe Biden as Vice Presidential nominee, and blogger/cultural commentator Mo Rocca is on the scene ...

Mo, Rock, Politics

Saturday, July 24, 2004

Kurt Andersen and the comedian Mo Rocca explore the often strange relationship between show business and American politics.

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Special Guest: Mo Rocca

Saturday, July 24, 2004

Mo Rocca is a comedian, news commentator, and the host of Bravo’s Things I Hate About You. He’ll be a correspondent for Larry King during CNN’s coverage of the Democratic Convention in Boston. His book, All the President’s Pets — about the pivotal role that presidential pets play in politics ...

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