Roughly Speaking podcast: Baseball, politics, movies and a reggae adventure (episode 171)

In this podcast:


  • 3:04: Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik talks about baseball and the World Series and the final week of the presidential campaign.

  • 24:51: Film critics Linda DeLibero and Christopher Llewellyn Reed review two news films, "Moonlight," and "Certain Women," and then, with Election Day approaching, offer a short list of our favorite films about American politics.

  • 1:11:42: Ahead of his Friday night birthday bash at Baltimore Sound Stage, reggae vocalist Scott Paynter, known on stage as Scotty P, recounts his Ugandan adventure with one of his musical idols, British reggae and pop singer Maxi Priest.


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