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The Interview

The New York Times

Conversations with the world’s most fascinating people. Each week, hosts David Marchese and Lulu Garcia-Navarro talk to compelling, influential figures in culture, politics, business, sports and beyond — illuminating who they are, why they do what they do and how they impact the rest of us. New episodes every Saturday.

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The N.B.A. star talks Philly cheesesteaks, Twitter trolling and playing for Team U.S.A. over France in the Olympics.

35 hours ago

The author of “Bowling Alone” warned us about social isolation and its effect on democracy a quarter century ago. Things have only gotten worse.

8 days ago

David Marchese talks to the comedy legend about navigating the minefield of fame, “Family Feud” and changing Hollywood forever.

22 days ago

The governor of Michigan isn’t saying it should be her, but she’s not saying it shouldn’t be, either.

a month ago


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4.3 out of 5 stars from 1.7k ratings
  • No point in following

    This is a solid podcast, but I feel the need to unfollow it. Any time a new episode comes out, the 3 other NYT podcasts in my rotation always air it in leu of putting out their own show and I find myself listening to it 2-3 times in a row.. more

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    MC Bizquik
    United States16 days ago
  • Wanted to love but…

    Many of the guests seem bored by the interviews, esp Serena Williams. It sounded like she didn’t want to be there. I like the idea of calling a guest back for a follow up but that hasn’t really panned out in any super interesting way on this show, except perhaps for the Ted Sarandon intv. I like Lulu’s interviews better than David’s.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States19 days ago
  • Terrible

    David Marchese is a horrible interviewer. I am baffled by how bad his interviews are. He seems like he doesn’t do any research on his subjects, and he asks totally uninteresting questions. The Anne Hathaway interview is physically painful to listen to (because of him NOT her). Eddie Murphy seems understandably bored in his episode. Just shockingly bad.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States21 days ago
  • The host is surprisingly bad at interviewing

    You’d think he’d be better. But no. It’s hard to listen to because he’s so arrogant and self centered that he thinks he’s such a good interviewer- listening is painful as he biffs over and over. Quite frankly it’s embarrassing for the host who seems to believe he’s a singular talent and master at his craft. I feel like the guests are also thrown by how snotty, arrogant, and nerdy this guy is.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States22 days ago
  • Brilliant!

    All the interesting questions that lead to important considerations. Really get authenticity with the call backs. So enjoy the reporting that gets outside of dusty boxes. Keep them coming! Bravi 👏

    Apple Podcasts
    United States23 days ago

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