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How Lulu Miller and Latif Nasser Keep Radiolab Current

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Radiolab has covered in its 20 years on the air, and its eye-opening stories, mixed with music and sometimes a bit of silence, make working on it a labor of love for cohosts Lulu Miller and Latif Nasser.“This is the show I fell in love with.

This is where I learned how to do radio,” Miller says.“It asks big questions but in an intimate way,” Nasser adds. “You can feel all kinds of different feelings.

You can think all kinds of different thoughts.”With the retirement of Radiolab creator Jad Abumrad in February, Miller, a queer white woman, and Nasser, a straight man of South Asian descent, are the sole hosts of the show. (Robert Krulwich hosted with Abumrad from 2005 to 2020.) They’re excited about continuing Abumrad’s vision but also bringing their own spin to it.In 2020, both became cohosts of the award-winning show, produced at WNYC Studios in New York City, airing weekly on more than 575 public radio stations, and carried on a variety of podcast platforms.

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