All Of It With Alison Stewart

All Of It With Alison Stewart A fresh take on culture, the arts & the news of the day, hosted by Alison Stewart. Airs weekdays at noon at WNYC.org or in NYC on 93.9 FM | AM 820.

🚨Posted @withregram • @kateelizabethrussell 🚨Very excited to share this news!! My Dark Vanessa is the @allofitwnyc Book ...
05/04/2020

🚨Posted @withregram • @kateelizabethrussell 🚨
Very excited to share this news!! My Dark Vanessa is the @allofitwnyc Book Club pick for May 🖤🦋👩🏻‍🦰🥀🍁 @wnyc has partnered with the @nypl to make MDV available to New Yorkers thru the library's e-reader app which is absolutely incredible and I've put a link in my bio for more info on that and some details about the live event I'll be doing with Alison Stewart on May 26. I'm so so so excited about this!!! Check out download the NYPL app, tell a friend, put the live event in yr calendar, it's gonna be so good 💖💖💖 #mydarkvanessa #getlitwithallofit

04/30/2020

All Of It With Alison Stewart takes its monthly book club series virtual with National Book Award-winning author James McBride. They’ll discuss his book, "Deacon King Kong." In partnership with the NYPL The New York Public Library. Featuring a performance by Butterscotch.

04/29/2020

All Of It With Alison Stewart takes its monthly book club series virtual with National Book Award-winning author James McBride. They’ll discuss his book, "Deacon King Kong." In partnership with the NYPL The New York Public Library. Featuring a performance by Butterscotch.

04/27/2020

*of yourself and others.
#mondaymotivation

💔 Posted @withregram • @wnyc We are devastated to share the news that our beloved colleague Richard Hake has died. "Rich...
04/25/2020

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Posted @withregram • @wnyc We are devastated to share the news that our beloved colleague Richard Hake has died. "Richard worked at WNYC for nearly 30 years as a host, reporter, and producer. He was an extraordinary broadcaster and journalist who had a passion for excellence and who took great pride in serving our audience. We will remember him very warmly," New York Public Radio President and CEO Goli Sheikholeslami said in the statement.

Richard was a host of WNYC's Morning Edition, and his work was broadcast on nationally syndicated shows like Weekend Edition and All Things Considered. He will be deeply missed. We will be remembering Richard on WNYC.

More on @gothamist through our link in bio.
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Photo: Richard Hake in 2019 by Matthew Septimus.

We spent Earth Day 2020 with award winning writer Mark Kurlanksy.  He’s made us think about COD,SALT & OYSTERS in a new ...
04/22/2020

We spent Earth Day 2020 with award winning writer Mark Kurlanksy. He’s made us think about COD,SALT & OYSTERS in a new way. In his book SALMON he shows is how the fate of salmon is line with the fate of the planet.#markkurlansky #earthday #salmon #climatechange #allofitwnyc #allofit #wnyc #nyc

Thanks to Mike Birbiglia for joining us to explain the fundraising project called TIPYOURWAITSTAFF.  You can watch as Bi...
04/21/2020

Thanks to Mike Birbiglia for joining us to explain the fundraising project called TIPYOURWAITSTAFF. You can watch as Birbigs & his comic pals work through jokes in real-time on Instagram. The goal is to help out the staff at comedy clubs around the country.
🎧 Click on our link to hear the conversation & why those little hearts on the side have taken on a new meaning.
https://www.wnyc.org/story/mike-birbiglia-says-tip-your-waitstaff/

#ICYMI If you (and/or your kids) need a little inspiration check out our conversation with Astronaut Mike Massimino.  We...
04/20/2020

#ICYMI If you (and/or your kids) need a little inspiration check out our conversation with Astronaut Mike Massimino. We talked about the power of failure, fear & lessons to be learned in isolation. Click on the link to listen.
https://www.wnyc.org/story/astronaut-mike-massimino/

#ICYMI Brain food & bingeable.  We spoke with Innocence Project co-founder Barry Scheck & director Roger Ross Williams a...
04/17/2020

#ICYMI Brain food & bingeable. We spoke with Innocence Project co-founder Barry Scheck & director Roger Ross Williams about the new Netflix docuseries, with episodes directed by Ross, Liz Garbus & Alex Gibney. The series follows the cases of wrongfully incarcerated people who were the victims of junk science, faulty eyewitnesses & overzealous prosecutors.
🎧Click below to hear how the series came about & hopes for the impact it may have.
https://www.wnyc.org/story/innocence-files

#ICYMI:  Jose Ralat has the awesome title of Taco Editor at Texas Monthly Magazine.  His love of & knowledge about tacos...
04/16/2020

#ICYMI: Jose Ralat has the awesome title of Taco Editor at Texas Monthly Magazine. His love of & knowledge about tacos is fully displayed in his new book “American Tacos:A History and A Guide”. He delves into original tacos, modern tacos and mixed-ish tacos. The book is full of great suggestions & information. 🌮 #tacos #americantacos #texasmonthly

The first few episodes of the series “Mrs. America” drop today on HULU with Cate Blanchett in the role of Phyllis Schlaf...
04/15/2020

The first few episodes of the series “Mrs. America” drop today on HULU with Cate Blanchett in the role of Phyllis Schlafly, who famously (infamously?) led a movement to stop the ERA.

Click below to hear our conversation with Cate, showrunner/writer Dahvi Waller and Executive producer Stacey Sher about the making of the film, what feminsim meant then (amd now) & how Cate really felt about the opening shot of Schlafly in a bathing suit.

https://www.wnyc.org/story/mrs-america/

#ICYMI: Ethically sourced & delightfully delicious spices! Ethan Frisch joined us to explain how he works directly with ...
04/14/2020

#ICYMI: Ethically sourced & delightfully delicious spices! Ethan Frisch joined us to explain how he works directly with small farmers around the world. His company Burlap & Barrel will make you think differently about black pepper!
🎧Click on our biolink to listen. #burlapandbarrel #spice #spices #homecooking #cinnamon #pepper #blackpepper #kelp #allofitwnyc #allofit #wnyc #publicradio #nyc @ New York, New York

📚Looking for a good read? Then listen to a few of our recent interviews. There’s something for everyone. #bookstagram #b...
04/13/2020

📚Looking for a good read? Then listen to a few of our recent interviews. There’s something for everyone.
#bookstagram #books #read

04/10/2020

#weekend

Big news....
04/05/2020

Big news....

Posted @withregram • @alextimbers This may win April Fool’s day! And while in the subject, we are discussing the “can’t ...
04/01/2020

Posted @withregram • @alextimbers
This may win April Fool’s day! And while in the subject, we are discussing the “can’t take my eyes off it” story of Joe Exotic today at 1:30est with journalist Robert Moor who has been following this story for FIVE years. ##

♦️New Project Alert♦️ Grateful to Netflix for their continued trust in me and to my “dream team” of collaborators — Excited to be in development on this new show and share it with the world when it’s ready 🙏 @stevepasquale @kerrybutler1 @tomkittmusic @besswohl @sonyatayeh @razrclam #tigerking #musical #theater #adayearly

#ICYMI: This week we welcomed authors Hilary Leichter, Sarah Abrevaya Stein, comic/memoirist Cameron Esposito, Helen Ros...
03/28/2020

#ICYMI: This week we welcomed authors Hilary Leichter, Sarah Abrevaya Stein, comic/memoirist Cameron Esposito, Helen Rosner who shouted out how to help the NYC food industry & we wrappped our SXSOHO series featuring filmmakers who would have been at SXSW.

You can hear all of it and more by heading to our show page or subscribing to our podcast. #allofitwnyc #allofit #publicradio #podcast #nyc #stayhome #staysafe

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Why are you subjecting us to more Churchill propaganda? The starting and ending point of this author is that Churchill is great and we need more leaders like him. This is factually not true. His ideology of white supremacy drove his actions throughout his life. His views on race were barely distinguishable from the Nazis. He said that "the Aryan stock is bound to triumph." In public, he also said that all of the wars of conquest throughout the British Empire against native peoples were justified based on white supremacy: "I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place." Early in his career in South Africa, he supported the early development of concentration camps where 28,000 white Boers died, and 14,000 black Africans died, commenting only that he thought black people had no right to shoot back at white soldiers coming to take their land. He was in favor of using poison gas to kill non-white people, "I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes," Most damning is that he saved Britain from German conquest with colonial policies that directly led to the deaths of 3 million Indians in 1943. This was no mistake, it was driven by his ideology of white supremacy. He said of Indians, "I hate Indians. They are a beastly people with a beastly religion.” As he exported massive amounts of food produced by Indians to supply Britain during the war and millions began to die of starvation and diseases of malnutrition, he said only "They must learn to look after themselves as we have done." We must stop idolizing this man.
Jesus!!! How about a spoiler alert?!!!
I'm listening to your segment on boredom at the moment. I have been doing a lot of cooking and cleaning, and I've been creative every day with it. I am in the process of making gnocchi from scratch for lunch as I type this; I have a sourdough starter bubbling away in my pantry, and my stovetop and fridge have never been this clean! Zoom has been a huge help. I'mon a learning curve with teaching my students through video conferencing. They are 4 and 5 years old! My family is organizing a virtual seder that will be bigger than the one we could ever manage at our house. I am even holding a virtual Girl Scout meeting with my 5th graders this week. I think these activities are definitely helping me work through this difficult time.
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We were devastated by the cancellation of our film at SXSW as one of the Festival Favorites. 5 years in the making. If you could include us in your series we would be incredibly grateful for the support. It was a huge finical blow as well to the filmmakers and crew.
Hello friends... I just heard about your series SXSofHouston. I am associated with a documentary entitled, I'm Gonna Make You Love Me, which was going to be screened at SXSW in Austin. Perhaps you would be interested in featuring this film in your series. The movie is about the life of Brian Belovitch, who lived for 15 years as Tish Gervais, a downtown party girl in the 80s club scene. It touches on the trans experience and retransitioning, 80s New York, childhood development and addictions. I am an associate producer. The film was made by Karen Bernstein and Nevie Owens. We can send you a link to the film. The subject of the film, Brian Belovitch, would be available for an interview. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Thank you.
When I become Famous, I want Alison Stewart to interview me. You're my favorite Journalist! Still working for PBS?
Loving this segment right now! A lot of what your describing anyone who went to private school on a scholarship can relate to. Thank you for this segment!
Carter Sherman’s observations are accurate and so important to continue sharing to educate survivors.
In the segment a short while ago (1/16 1:10PM) where the recent list of top 10 books borrowed from the NYPL was discussed, the pioneering Anne Carroll Moore was dismissed by Allison Stewart and her guests as a “cranky librarian”. Please do some research before dismissing her out of hand. She was highly instrumental in instituting children-oriented materials and programs in public libraries in the first place. Just because she did not like the one beloved book does not make her cranky!
Does anyone know the name of the song or artist that is the opening theme music for "all of it"? It has saxiphone with wah wah and heavy Bass going on! Thanks!!
Great guest to explain anti-semitism: