Latif Nasser appears in the following:
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Latif travels to Morocco to trace his namesake's possible onramp into extremism and is surprised by what he finds.
Tuesday, February 04, 2020
Radiolab’s Latif Nasser is stunned to find he shares his name with detainee 244 at Guantanamo Bay. This man was cleared to leave Gitmo in 2016, so why is he still stuck there?
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
One of the worst players in the NHL gets voted into the All-Star Game.
Friday, December 28, 2018
The question we get more than any other is “Where do all those stories come from?” Today, for the first time ever, we spill our story-finding secrets.
Thursday, December 27, 2018
Today, a king, a clockmaker, and a monk come together to forge a manmade miracle. We tell a five-hundred-year-old legend about robots, death, and a divine deal.
Monday, November 05, 2018
On the eve of the midterm elections, we look at one tweak to voting that could help bring democracy back from the brink …
Friday, September 28, 2018
We decided to shake things up at the show...bear with us.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Part Three of our Border Trilogy, in which we hear the story of a woman from Ecuador who died in the Arizona desert. And we ask, what could stop migrants from risking so much?
Friday, April 06, 2018
Part Two of our Border Trilogy, in which one Border Patrol agent changes the entire agency’s enforcement strategy, and one anthropologist tries to measure its deadly consequences.
Wednesday, April 04, 2018
A three-part Radiolab series examines the evolution of America's border policy, known as Prevention Through Deterrence.
Friday, March 23, 2018
Part One of our Border Trilogy, in which we chronicle an unlikely legal showdown between high schoolers in one of the poorest neighborhoods in the country and the US Border Patrol.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Radiolab reporters Latif Nasser and Tracie Hunte and Dr. Robin Reineke explain why new border patrol tactics lead to an upsurge in migrant deaths along the Arizona-Mexico border.
Friday, December 22, 2017
Today, we're back with Part 2 of our questions episodes. This time, we're chasing down answers to some bigger, little questions.
Tuesday, October 03, 2017
On Sept. 22, 1975, Oliver Sipple went for a walk. The rest is history.
Monday, September 25, 2017
Our recent episode about Oliver Sipple got us thinking about what his story meant to others.
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
About six and a half billion people use the metric system every single day. That's more than the citizens of any single nation, the followers of any single religion or the speakers of any single language. Sociologist Hector Vera has called the metric system “more popular than Jesus.”
Friday, June 13, 2014
In this short, we meet a very special cylinder. It's the gold standard (or, in this case, the platinum-iridium standard) for measuring mass.
Monday, December 17, 2012
You know those stunningly symmetrical, glittery snowflakes you see everywhere at a certain time of year -- hanging from streetlights, stitched on sweaters, and sprinkled all over tv? Those perfectly-etched pictures are all a big lie. Latif Nasser explains how it all began in a cold, snowy ...
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
A seemingly cuddly caterpillar becomes the Terminator in Latif Nasser's story about a not-so-distant epidemic in America's bluegrass country...