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ICYMI: The Week's Most Popular Stories

Every Friday, we update our Weekend Playlist with the best stories you might have missed. Push the play button to hear them all, or click the link below to pick and choose.

Friday, September 05, 2014

WNYC
Pedestrians walk under blooming tree branches in SOHO. Pedestrians walk under blooming tree branches in SOHO. (Natalie Fertig/WNYC)

Click here for the pop-up playlist.

They are, in order of appearance:

  • "Don't Blame Celebrities for Nude Photo Leaks" (TLDR) 
  • "Adam Gopnik on the Perils and Pleasures of Bipedalism" (New Yorker: Out Loud)
  • "The Rise and Rise of Tavi Gevinson" (Studio 360)
  • "Should GMOs Help Feed a Hot and Hungry World" (The Takeaway
  • "Ask John Schaefer Anything (About Music)" (Soundcheck)
  • "The Creepy World of 'Welcome to Night Vale'" (The Leonard Lopate Show)

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Comments [2]

Veronica from Florida

As I download WNYC since I live in Florida-this would be very helpful. Please highlight this each week on your home page. THANKS!!!

Sep. 07 2014 01:31 PM
A Non from "Da Bronx"

Hi. Just a thought, it'd be nice if we could save our own playlists as listeners. I see that I don't have to listen to 1hr:20min straight through once I noticed the pop-up playlist. It's cool that you've compiled the most popular shows, but it would be nice if we could save/queue up shows we see on your front page (or anywhere else on the site) and wish to listen to later.

The Discover app is nice and everything, but I can't rely on it (be it wi-fi connection, my phone's memory storage, etc.) - it's not for me. It would be nice, however, if we had the option to simply make our own playlist on WNYC.org.

just a thought.

Sep. 05 2014 04:34 PM

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