Patrick Jarenwattananon appears in the following:
Is Nike past its peak? A look at the company's current slump
Friday, June 02, 2023
NPR's Juana Summers speaks with Chris Burns, footwear analyst and founder of ARCH (Art & Research, Culture-Hype) about Nike's shoe sale slump, inventory excess and colorway reliance.
Sen. Jeff Merkley from Oregon opposes the debt ceiling bill heading to the Senate
Thursday, June 01, 2023
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley, a member of the Democratic Party, about provisions in the debt ceiling bill approaching a Senate vote.
Uganda's LGBTQ community faces harsh legislation — including the death penalty
Monday, May 29, 2023
Uganda's president has approved some of the harshest anti LGBTQ legislation in the world, including life imprisonment and even the death penalty. What will this mean for Uganda's queer community now?
Astronaut Peggy Whitson unretires for a fourth trip to space
Monday, May 22, 2023
A crew of four astronauts, on a private Axiom Space trip run by SpaceX, has reached the International Space Station. Among them: mission commander Peggy Whitson, 63, and no stranger to orbit.
TV writer David Simon weighs in on the Writers Guild of America strike
Friday, May 19, 2023
David Simon talks about how being a TV writer has changed over the years — and so have writer's wages.
A new report says the climate may breach 1.5 degrees of warming in 5 years
Wednesday, May 17, 2023
Executive director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Center, Colin Young, talks about a new report warning that the climate may breach 1.5 degrees of warming in 5 years.
The 'More Perfect' podcast examines the Supreme Court
Friday, May 12, 2023
Julia Longoria, host of the Supreme Court podcast "More Perfect," talks about the launch of their new season.
The new Zelda game, 'Tears of the Kingdom,' lives up to the hype
Friday, May 12, 2023
Keza MacDonald, video game editor for The Guardian, talks about the new game The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
CNN was 'right to try' a town hall with Trump even if it failed, argues moderator
Thursday, May 11, 2023
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jon Ralston, CEO of The Nevada Independent, about why he strongly supported the CNN's town hall with Trump — and then changed his mind minutes into the broadcast.
Ft. Hood is now Ft. Cavazos, honoring a Latino general instead of a Confederate one
Tuesday, May 09, 2023
Army Colonel Chad R. Foster, commander of the newly-named Ft. Cavazos military base in Texas, and Brian Dosa, Ft. Cavazos' public works director, talk about changing the base's name from Ft. Hood.
In a Baltimore basement, a jazz detective strikes gold
Monday, May 08, 2023
New recordings of old jazz performances at Baltimore's now-closed Famous Ballroom are being released for the first time.
4 horses die at Churchill Downs ahead of the Kentucky Derby
Friday, May 05, 2023
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Joe Drape of The New York Times about the recent racehorse deaths that have occurred at Churchill Downs in the week ahead of the Kentucky Derby.
What's next, now that the IRS has a new commissioner and a new budget
Thursday, May 04, 2023
Danny Werfel is in place as the new IRS commissioner with a new budget courtesy of the Inflation Reduction Act. How's he going to spend it?
8th-graders' history and civics scores drop on a national test
Wednesday, May 03, 2023
Jonathan Collins, a professor of political science, public policy and education at Brown University, talks about the so-called "Nation's Report Card" on civics and U.S. history.
What's a duchy anyway? King Charles' private estates, explained
Tuesday, May 02, 2023
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with investigative reporter Jane Bradley about King Charles III billion-dollar real estate portfolio as Britain faces a cost-of-living crisis.
NHL Playoffs 1st round: A curse lifted, defending champions ousted and 14 overtimes
Monday, May 01, 2023
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with NHL senior writer Dan Rosen about the buzz surrounding the first round of playoffs, growing parity in the NHL, and matchups to watch as the next round starts Tuesday.
Lonely pet parrots find friendship through video chats, a new study finds
Saturday, April 29, 2023
Parrots are known to be chatty, social animals. But when they're kept as pets, they can get lonely. A group of scientists found that video chatting with other parrots helps them feel less so.
A few Republicans spoke up and stopped abortion bans in their states
Friday, April 28, 2023
NPR's Melissa Block talks with South Carolina Sen. Sandy Senn, who was one of six Republican state senators who helped block a near-total abortion ban from advancing.
For this poet, working on her garden is exploring history, race and sustainability
Friday, April 28, 2023
Poet Camille Dungy made her lawn into an eco-friendly pollinator's paradise of native plants. Her memoir links diversifying the landscape and diversifying the voices who write about the natural world.
51 years later, Germany has a panel to review the Munich Olympics hostage massacre
Thursday, April 27, 2023
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Michael Brenner, professor at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, about the review the 1972 Munich Olympics terrorist attack that killed 11 Israeli athletes.