Al Letson is the host of Reveal's Peabody Award-winning public radio program and podcast showcasing investigative stories. Letson is a playwright, performance poet and actor. He also is the host and executive producer of “State of the Re:Union,” a public radio program airing on more than 200 stations. In each episode, “State of the Re:Union” travels to an American city or town to tell stories about the people and explore how communities are being created. The program won a 2013 Edward R. Murrow Award in the news documentary category. Letson divides his time between Jacksonville, Florida, and Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
In this podcast special, Al Letson talks to former top NATO commander Richard Shirreff, who spells out these fears – which are very real for him – in his new novel.
In this episode of Reveal, we go deeper into three shocking stories, including the Louisiana cotton farm business of white nationalist Richard Spencer.
Reveal host Al Letson speaks to Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Donald Trump. Usually, Gorka is sent out by the White House to discuss threats outside the U.S. In this special podcast, he and Al discuss domestic issues.
Many people have strong feelings about President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is among the most outspoken. In this podcast special, host Al Letson digs into whether Fox doesn’t like the wall – or the new U.S. president.
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