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Podcast - Mike Garcia
Audio Length: 45:09

Mike Garcia

This week we bring you our third virtual program since the Reagan Museum closed due to COVID19, which was held on June 12, 2020, when we had the honor of hosting U.S. Representative Mike Garcia, who was sworn in as a Member of the United States House of Representatives on May 19, 2020.  Congressman Garcia represents California’s 25th Congressional District, which includes the Reagan Library. During our virtual discussion with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s executive director, Congressman Garcia discussed the special election, his plans as our new Congressman, and his thoughts on reopening California post COVID. Let’s listen:

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Podcast - Chris Wallace
Audio Length: 45:06

Chris Wallace

This month we have brought you two of our virtual programs since the Reagan Museum closed due to COVID19.  This week we’ll bring you our third program, which was held on June 18, 2020, with Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday. During our virtual discussion with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s executive director, Mr. Wallace discussed his brand new book, Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days that Changed the World. Let's Listen. 

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Podcast - Gretchen  Carlson
Audio Length: 51:55

Gretchen Carlson

Gretchen Carlson is an award-winning journalist and author who helped pave the way for #MeToo with her historic 2016 sexual harassment complaint against the chairman of Fox News Roger Ailes. She had previously hosted “The Real Story” on Fox News, and co-hosted the number-one rated cable morning news show, “Fox and Friends," for more than seven years. On June 26, 2015, Ms. Carlson came to the Reagan Library to discuss her latest book, Getting Real, a candid memoir which shares her inspiring story and offers important takeaways about what it means to strive for and find success in the real world.

 

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Podcast - Jonathan Karl
Audio Length: 01:01:57

Jonathan Karl

Last week we brought you our first virtual program since the Reagan Museum closed due to COVID19.  This week we’ll bring you our second program, which was held on May 26, 2020, with ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent Jonathan Karl. During our virtual discussion with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s executive director, Mr. Karl discussed the responsibility of the news media during the Coronavirus, as well as his brand new bestselling book, Front Row at the Trump Show.

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Podcast - Virtual Event with Steve Forbes
Audio Length: 52:12

Virtual Event with Steve Forbes

Like most of the businesses across our country, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum closed to the public at 5:00 p.m. on Friday March 13, 2020 as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic. This included all employees of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute to begin to work from home.  To ensure we continued our mission of bringing thought-provoking content, even while our doors are closed, we began to offer virtual programming. Our first online virtual event was on May 4, 2020 with Forbes Inc CEO Steve Forbes. Let’s listen:

 

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Podcast - Reagan Retrospective Season 4
Audio Length: 21:15

Reagan Retrospective Season 4

We are spending the month of May bringing you some of our favorite Reagan Retrospective podcasts. These podcasts are stories shared by people who knew President and Mrs. Reagan best – people who worked with them, were friends with them, and knew them throughout their life. Each podcast brings you new behind the scenes stories from the Reagan years.  They’re funny, poignant, and rich in history.  We hope you enjoy. Today we are going back to 2019 for our fourth and current season of Reagan Retrospective podcasts. Let's listen. 

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Podcast - Reagan Retrospective Season 3
Audio Length: 23:16

Reagan Retrospective Season 3

We are spending the month of May bringing you some of our favorite Reagan Retrospective podcasts.  These podcasts are stories shared by people who knew President and Mrs. Reagan best – people who worked with them, were friends with them, and knew them throughout their life.  Each podcast brings you new behind the scenes stories from the Reagan years.  They’re funny, poignant, and rich in history.  We hope you enjoy. So far we’ve brought you 6 episodes from season one and 6 more from season two.  Today we are going back to 2018 for the third season of Reagan Retrospective podcasts. Let's listen.

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Podcast - Reagan Retrospective Season 2
Audio Length: 19:36

Reagan Retrospective Season 2

We are spending the month of May bringing you some of our favorite Reagan Retrospective podcasts.  These podcasts are stories shared by people who knew President and Mrs. Reagan best – people who worked with them, were friends with them, and knew them throughout their life.  Each podcast brings you new behind the scenes stories from the Reagan years.  They’re funny, poignant, and rich in history.  We hope you enjoy. This Thursday we are going back to 2017 for the second season of Reagan Retrospective podcasts. Let’s Listen.

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Podcast - Regan Retrospective Season 1
Audio Length: 24:22

Regan Retrospective Season 1

We are going to spend the month of May by bringing you some of our favorite Reagan Retrospective podcasts.  These podcasts are stories shared by people who knew President and Mrs. Reagan best – people who worked with them, were friends with them, and knew them throughout their life.  Each podcast brings you new behind the scenes stories from the Reagan years.  They’re funny, poignant, and rich in history.  We hope you enjoy.

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Podcast - Ted Kennedy
Audio Length: 54:46

Ted Kennedy

President Reagan felt very strongly about reaching across the aisle and working in a bipartisan manner.  He used to joke that he and Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill could argue all day long, but at 5 pm they could enjoy each other’s company over a friendly glass of beer. Another friend from across the aisle was Senator Ted Kennedy. The two men knew how to be political adversaries, not political enemies. In 2002 when Senator Kennedy presented President Reagan with the Congressional Gold Medal, he described the president as “a good friend and a generous foe.” And that the President “sought to defeat his opponents, not destroy them.” On April 28, 2007, Senator Ted Kennedy spoke at the Reagan Library to a sold-out audience which included Mrs. Nancy Reagan and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Let's listen.

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Podcast - Steve Case
Audio Length: 55:18

Steve Case

On April 29, 2016, America Online co-founder Steve Case came to the Reagan Library to speak about his new book, “The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future.” In the 1990s, Steve Case built and grew AOL into the top-performing company in the United States.  At its peak, more than half of all consumer internet traffic in the US ran through the AOL service that Steve created.  Then, later on when Steve engineered AOL’s merger with Time Warner, he became for a while the Chairman of the biggest media and communications empire in the world. Let’s listen:

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Podcast - Tom Brokaw
Audio Length: 57:48

Tom Brokaw

Tom Brokaw came to the Reagan Library on April 14, 2012 to discuss his sixth best-selling book, “The Times of our Lives.” The book, much like countless Ronald Reagan speeches, quite admirably takes on the challenge of inspiring Americans to make a positive difference in their families, their communities, and their country as we work together to revitalize the American dream. During his time at the Reagan Library, Tom Brokaw sat down in conversation with Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute executive director John Heubusch to discuss the book, his memories of Ronald Reagan, and the importance of civility. Let’s listen:

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