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Rough Transition

Gregory Warner

Stories from a changing world, from the host and creator of the NPR podcast Rough Translation.

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Latest Issues

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The Art of Letting Go

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The Crypt Opens...

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  • Gregory Warner

    Host of NPR's Rough Translation, a podcast with stories from far off places. Peabody award winner, Yale Poynter Fellow in Journalism. Has taken his accordion to unlikely places, like Afghanistan.

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