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This edition: Highs and Lows

Episode Details

Original tape date: November 9, 2017.

First aired: November 10, 2017.

Sam Roberts of the New York Times talks with Kathryn Wylde, President and chief executive of the Partnership for New York City about the future New Yorkers face given the planned tax code revisions. It is not a pretty picture for most of us.

The Times’ “This Land” columnist Dan Barry tells us about the lost children of the small village of Tuam. The essay in last week’s New York Times captured our hearts. We’ll also see an excerpt from The Times’ videojournalist Kassie Bracken’s accompanying documentary from nytimes.com

New York Times colleagues Clyde Haberman, Eleanor Randolph and William Neuman discuss the week’s most interesting events on “The Back Story.”

And Sam Roberts offers us some food for thought on “Coda.”

Guest List

Dan Barry “This Land” Columnist, The New York Times

Clyde Haberman Contributing Writer, The New York Times

William Neuman City Hall Bureau Reporter, The New York Times

Eleanor Randolph Contributing Writer, The New York Times

Sam Roberts The New York Times columnist and Host, The New York Times Close Up with Sam Roberts

Kathryn S. Wylde President & CEO, Partnership for New York City

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