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America: Changed Forever
A weekly look at the biggest stories making news and their impact on the nation and our daily lives.
It gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
In 2016, Donald Trump conspired with a foreign government to become President. On July 25, 2019, with the 2020 election around the corner, he decided to do it again.
The Soul Of The Nation
The Soul of the Nation with Jim Wallis is a podcast about how our faith should inform our politics, and not the other way around. Each episode, Wallis, a prominent Christian ethicist and social justice advocate, hosts conversations about faith and justice with activists, authors, scholars, spiritual leaders and prominent politicians.
Add Passion And Stir
Add Passion and Stir: Big Chefs, Big Ideas is a weekly podcast about inspirational people who are changing the world.
Root of the Issue
Conversations with Health Equity Champions
The Root of the Issue shares the personal and professional journeys of nationally recognized health equity advocates and their work to end disparities in access to healthcare and basic needs in America.
Most Likely To Change The World
Produced in partnership with the Barr Center, Most Likely to Change the World is an exciting inspirational series that proves positive change in our school systems is possible.
In Season 2 of Unconventional Threat, we document the efforts of those who seek to gain control of our government through illegal and unconstitutional methods...by any means necessary.
Following forty years of laissez-faire antitrust enforcement and industry consolidation, the White House is considering a fundamental rethink of how to interpret, enforce, and rewrite antitrust law, and many questions remain unanswered for the antitrust community.
Transition Lab is a behind-the-scenes look at presidential transitions. Join David Marchick, director of the Partnership for Public Service’s Center for Presidential Transition for candid discussions with former presidential chiefs of staff, transition team leads and other presidential transition experts.
Profiles In Public Service
Profiles in Public Service tells the compelling stories about the unsung public servant leaders who have driven government’s most important accomplishments.
Grid contributor Matthew Yglesias and his longtime editor, Laura McGann, Grid’s executive editor, discuss a take each week that’s gotten under their skin. They peel back the layers of the "bad take” to figure out what it tells us about American politics and policy.
When it comes to producing engaging, “must listen” podcasts, nothing compares to the one-stop shopping, full service capabilities of District Productive. From conceiving ideas to the technical excellence to put them on the air, Paul Woodhull and his team are unparalleled in creativity, commitment, and customer service. District Productive is where good ideas find the excited listeners who can bring them to life.
It’s our favorite studio for sessions in DC. Great location on The Hill, Woody and his team are so professional, and our talent and guests feel right at home there!
I am so grateful for the work that Woody and his team at District Productive do, and how much I enjoy working with them. We produce two of our podcasts there, Jim Wallis: In Conversation for Audible and my weekly commentary now available. They are so good at what they do, and I always enjoy being over there with such great people. The Jim Wallis Show
Paul Woodhull and District Productive have been fantastic partners for the production of our podcast ,Transition Lab. District Productive combines an unusual combination of skills - superior technical capabilities, strong marketing expertise and exceptional coordination with high level and busy guests. Plus, Paul is both very nice and funny and he throws those attributes in at no extra charge.