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I feel like you guys soft-balled Bernie Sanders and hammered Elizabeth Warren. Why did you give him a heroes arc and down play her incredible accomplishments? As a woman, I challenge you to reexamine the way you portray women and men. It has been consistently disappointing and disheartening.
I prefer the non political episodes but overall very interesting.
Ellen Barry is a wonderful storyteller in reporting this captivating tale about a royal family in India whose lives were devastated due to the heinous Partitions which lead to their demise and self- isolation. The recorded interviews w/ the prince and other characters along w/ real background jungle and city sounds transports the listener to feeling as if you are right there in the moment as it is unfolding. I found this to be a fascinating and heartbreaking story, and although I never met Cyrus I became endeared to him listening to his banter w/ Ellen as their relationship develops. I learned about an important part of India’s history I never knew about and will always remember. Each chapter had a new twist to the plot and added to the intrigue of the story. Ellen please continue to make more podcasts as you are a gifted storyteller and reporter, also loved the choice of music. Thank you for this tribute to Cyrus and his family, may they Rest In Peace.
After subscribing, I couldn’t stop listening. Every morning before school, when painting and even on a walk from my dorm to my classes, I listen to the daily. These podcasts are immensely interesting and allow high school students like me who are studying abroad to stay up to date with social affairs back home in North America and to also learn more about social affairs outside the west. I only wish there were more. The jungle price was exceptional, an unknown tale brought to life.
I wish the Daily was less reactionary to Trump’s daily melodrama and spent more time on what’s transpiring outside the Washington spotlight, given the New York Times’ broad-reaching resources. That said, the interview today with Bernie Sanders is a major mind-changing must-listen. 4 stars because as one of the best news programmes in existence, they’re working to a higher standard - keep striving.
I’m always searching to understand people’s stories. The Jungle Prince was a story some Canadians can relate to; displaced hereditary chiefs dismissed as nobody; millennium of nobility, stripped of dignity by colonialism when cultural norms become illegal. Recreating worlds in another’s image. Some call it survival of the fittest. Others; the cruelties of the Takers. This story can be told over and over again, in many societies.
I was so moved by this piece that was so beautifully reported. At the end of chapter 3, I noticed that the beautiful original music finally caused my tears to spill. This beautiful retelling of someone’s personal story has enriched my life. Thank you.
Just another example of Michael and the New York Times demonstrating bias against non Neo Luberal Democratic candidates. Michael, why not just be honest and say you’re in the tank for Buttegeig, Biden, Klobuchar, and Bloomberg?
I loved the Jungle Prince story! I’d like more of stuff like that. Sometimes the Trump/Ukraine/Impeachment political stuff gets so tiresome because it’s just a hamster wheel. I like the episodes that have some new topics.
Get your job done
Devastating story! I pray he gets justice before time runs out!
Really enjoy the podcast. Do find the excessive pausing in the journalists delivery annoying but can work past it.
We get it. You don’t like Bernie.
Interview with Bernie sanders 🤩 Thank you for taking time to speak to a real human in politics. The stark contrast between someone full of love and drive to do well for people and the putrid greedy scumbags that is the majority of politicians. The world needs more people that live in reality in politics. Any politician with a charitable foundation will never understand real human issues.
A wonderful story that has been fantastically presented and produced. I Loved it and please do more..
Muammar Gaddafi's troops started to defect when Libyan state television began their Chuck Norris-month.
I’m a regular listener and fan but the pod I just listened to was a really innovative way of sharing information on a saturated news story through the eyes of a curious child. Bravo for finding him and talking to him so well. It was a joyful listen today.
Favourite daily news podcast and one of my four regular week day news podcasts (Guardian; Post; What Next) - happy new subscriber to NYT after great experience here. Great format and relevant for all - even from here in New Zealand ... for the record, am a fan of Michael’s ‘hmmm’
Love receiving the top issues of the day and being presented with both sides of the argument. Wouldn’t start my day without it, keep up the amazing work guys
Really good backgrounders & explainers. Very good insight into the stories of the day. Tip: perhaps ease up on narrating the SOT. Eg “... and then Trump said “I don’t think so” ... (cue: Trump sot: I don’t think so”) It’s a waste of time. Also patronizing the audience.
Listening from down under
The Daily is my go-to news podcast for an in-depth discussion of the key issues in American politics and news. Michael asks satisfyingly pertinent questions (just count how often his respondents reply with ‘good question’) and helps move his interviewees to the heart of an issue without dominating the discussion. I continue to be enthralled by the breadth and depth of reporting. Keep it up.
Thank you Michael
Ruth G UK
What a wonderful 3 part series. Sensitively narrated with a beautifully rich story which was carefully crafted. Thank you for a great listening experience. Really well done. GB
Can I give ten stars on a five star review? That’s how I feel about The Daily. I religiously listen to it. The quality of journalism is fantastic. I’ve learnt so much from it and love the way it weaves current events alongside deeper investigative pieces, over longer historical events. I’ve also learnt so much about the US political system, and as a Brit based in the UK that’s important given we live in such a globalised world. I read and watch the news daily but The Daily is my favourite go to podcast / news. And that’s saying something as we have good quality journalism in the UK but I rate this higher. Only one problem: it’s not seven days a week. GB
As a big fan of the Daily it came as a surprise that during the impeachment hearings it just didn’t turn up. Instead of the reporting and analysis we’ve come to expect on these big occasions all we got were short compilations of clips. Where were you guys ? Fortunately you’ve now got back on top form with your analysis of the Ukraine 2016 conspiracy theories. GB
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