The VICE Podcast Show
This week on the VICE Podcast, Wilbert L. Cooper sits down with Adam Minter, an expert in the global economy of scrap, to discuss the ways scrap impacts our lives from the devices we use to the air we breathe.
Mark Kleiman is one of America's leading experts on the regulation of cannabis and other controlled substances, and an advocate of criminal-justice reforms aimed at reducing incarceration levels and violent crime.
Jonathan Lethem's most recent novel, Dissident Gardens, is an intimate story about American radicals that spans from McCarthyism to today's Occupy movement.
Reihan Salam speaks with Jason Osder, the director and producer of Let the Fire Burn, a documentary that takes aim at the 1985 standoff between the Philadelphia Police and MOVE, a black radical anarcho-primitivist organization.
This week on the podcast, John R. MacArthur, the publisher of Harper's, talks about his October manifesto arguing against the flood of free content on the web and the dilution of reporting and writing in the media.
This week on the podcast, Reihan Salam speaks with Hamid Dabashi, author of The Arab Spring: The End of Postcolonialism, about the shifting power tectonics in the Middle East and its reverberations in the West.
This week on the podcast, Eddy Moretti speaks with Frank Rich, editor-at-large for New York magazine and executive producer of Veep, about the platinum age of television and the changing landscape of news media.
This week on the podcast, Reihan Salam speaks with Wong Kar-wai about how his kung fu epic, The Grandmaster, is linked with the past, present, and future of film.
This week on the podcast, Reihan Salam gets comedian Reggie Watts to reveal his agenda of world domination and creative disruption.
This week on the podcast, Reihan Salam speaks with Michael Wahid Hanna, a senior fellow at the Century Foundation and leading expert on affairs in Egypt and the Middle East. Following the ousting of Morsi, Hanna traces the history and mission of Egypt...
A few years ago, FBI agents busted through Chris Soghoian's front door, ransacked his house, and confiscated his computers. Why would this happen to a mild-mannered techie guy with no history of criminal activity? Because Chris had made an ingenious...