On today's show:
Searching For An Elusive Truth
(Starts at 6:45)
The five-part HBO miniseries, "Chernobyl," tells the story of the 1986 meltdown of a Soviet nuclear reactor, but to creator Craig Mazin it's also a warning about the human tendency we have to believe narrative over what's true. He talks with John Horn about how he stumbled upon untold pieces to this story that led him to make the show. In addition he explains why he made a podcast to accompany this series, in which he explains why he's fictionalized certain storylines so that he's transparent with the viewer about his own use of truth and lies.
Enough Music Money To Go Around?
(Starts at :45)
With streaming poised to infuse billions of dollars into the music business, artists are once again hoping to get their fair share. Marc Hogan of Pitchfork.com talks with John Rabe about how the industry has rebounded and whether musicians will benefit.
The Monster That Won't Die
Maybe you've noticed the giant inflatable monster head jutting from the room of the Cinerama Dome? John Rabe talks with Haley Mancini, co-host of "Godzilla Versus Podcast Zero" about the latest entry in the 55-year old franchise, "Godzilla: King of the Monsters."