ALL OF IT with Alison Stewart is a live daily conversation about culture and the culture in and around New York City.
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danimal303
Aug 8 '19
Rating:   8
This show has really improved!

Some segments leave me cold but this program is relly superb at times. Definitely worth checking out.

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Mezadourian
Apr 12 '19
Rating:   10
Exuberant Host

The combination of Alison’s enthusiasm and curiosity stand out in the blur of diverse topics covered by this show. I love Andy and the Archives. Thank you for doing such a great job.

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danimal303
Feb 19 '19
Rating:   6
Good once in a while

All of it belongs on MTV. Endless perorations of musicians and theater people lack connection with real life. Some is fine, too much makes me tune away. Leonard Lopate kept this time slot alive and relevant.

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bermudajune
Jan 9 '19
Rating:   10
The best

Brilliant interviews; quick, witty, and sympathetic host. Wide variety of current cultural topics. Always deeply informative.

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nancycola
Dec 16 '18
Rating:   10
A step forward

Alison Stewart is smart, snappy and engaged. And I love seeing more ladies and “others” represented through this program. One note: can you please release the podcast in segments like BL’s show and not in single 2-hour chunks? Thanks.

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Fitzq
Dec 8 '18
Rating:   10
Wonderful!

Alison Stewart is fantastic!

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MGruffalo
Dec 6 '18
Rating:   10
One of my favorite podcasts

This has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. Interesting topics, solid interviews. Keep them coming!

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MP10006
Nov 26 '18
Rating:   10
Alison Stewart is terrific- and I need this daily dose of culture.

Thanks for taking time to find the right person to take over the main NYC culture spot. This is how I decide how to pick the performances, films, concerts, series, podcasts, books etc than come flying towards me as an ever growing deluge. Necessary, interesting, well done.

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Isadora Fox
Oct 11 '18
Rating:   10
Great new show, welcome addition to the lineup

Really enjoying this new show and I particularly appreciate the heavy emphasis on books and authors. Stewart is warm, well-prepared interviewer who asks questions with genuine curiosity to know the answers.

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CLiFF G.
Aug 15 '18
Rating:   4
Truly an American National Treasure

Since the departure of Leonard Lopate, this show is a rudderless ship with no real personality and no direction with a hodgepodge of guest hosts. WNYC has had long enough to find a permanent host. Below is my original review which was wonderful:I am smarter, more informed, moved, and dare I say enlightened at times by listening to The Leonard Lopate Show. Every week I am amazed and thrilled by the variety of guests. I’ve listen to this show for years while drawing in my studio each and every day. I’ve been exposed to books, plays, films, artists, comedians, graphic novels, world affairs, and the plights of other people at home and abroad. I can’t a single show, in all of media, that is so informative on such a wide variety of subjects. Bravo!

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C in Brklyn
Jun 23 '18
Rating:   2
Terrible hosts

Lack of education experience even correct grammar. You can do better

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vitess
Jun 16 '18
Rating:   2
From best to worst

When it was the Leonard Lopate show it was the best. They unjustifiably removed him and turned the best two hours on radio to amateur hour. Occasionally there is a good host, but basically the show is terrible. Do yourself a favor and listen to Leonard Lopate @ Large on iTunes.

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A sad goodbye to WNYC
Feb 24 '18
Rating:   2
Unsubscribe!!

To say that this chit chat has become a shadow of the Leonard Lopate show would be a compliment. I enjoyed LL’s smart in depth program for many years. The way WNYC dismissed him is just one of the examples of a deteriorating standards of the station. His replacement hosts are lacking in skill, knowledge and values that made LL a great host. I and many of my friends have decided to terminate our membership and stop our financial contribution. RIP WNYC.

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