The New Yorker Festival12 seasons, 220 episodes
Conversations on culture and politics.
CultureThe writer and director talks with Jelani Cobb about growing up in South Central L.A., and how she got into an industry that was not made for her.
Science & TechJony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer, speaks with David Remnick about the art of focus and working with Steve Jobs.
HumorThe comedian Jerry Seinfeld sits down with David Remnick to discuss his creative process, working with Larry David, and revealing his talents to his parents.
CultureJon Hamm talks with Susan Morrison about why “Mad Men” was so successful, and his No. 1 rule regarding comedy: Always listen to Tina Fey.
HumorThe actor talks with Emma Allen about moving from Pakistan to Iowa at eighteen, “Silicon Valley,” and how he deals with racist hecklers.
HumorThe New Yorker contributor discusses Nazis, Donald Trump and impeachment, and starting his own movement, élitism.
BooksThe writer talks with David Remnick about the black experience in America, and how the left often cannibalizes itself.