Indivisible is public radio’s national show about America in a time of change. For the first 100 days of the new presidential administration, stations around the country are joining to bring you four nights a week of live, participatory conversation.
Each night has its own host. Each night has its own theme. The common thread is your participation.
Join the conversation and keep it going 24/7 with #IndivisibleRadio on Twitter. Add your voice to the live call-in broadcast at 844-745-TALK (8255), or record a voicemail on the show’s website at indivisibleradio.com.
WNYC’s Kai Wright along with co-hosts John Prideaux and Anne McElvoy of The Economist take a global view, gauging how the world reacts to change in America.
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WNYC’s Brian Lehrer looks at new normals and new abnormals for politicians, the media, Americans who support the new president, and those who don’t.
Charlie Sykes, longtime conservative talk host, joins WNYC to talk with players and policy makers and engage listeners in cutting across ideological divides.
Minnesota Public Radio’s Kerri Miller examines American identity. Who is a part of the national narrative, who feels left out, and how might our long-term sense of ourselves change?