In She Said, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey—awarded the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting of the Weinstein case—share the untold story of their investigation and its consequences for the #MeToo movement. In conversation with Bob Woodward, journalist, bestselling author, and associate editor at The Washington Post. This program was in partnership with Politics and Prose on October 2, 2019. Warning: This conversation centers on cases of sexual harassment and assault and may be disturbing or triggering to some listeners.
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 Bob Woodward's reporting, both in the pages of The Washington Post and his many best-sellers, has influenced modern journalism, beginning with his legendary coverage of Watergate. Mike Collins sat down with Woodward to discuss President Trump, journalism and more.
Iconic investigative journalist, Bob Woodward is the winner of nearly every American journalism award, including two Pulitzers, and he will be at The State on December 10 with Governor Christine Todd Whitman. He joins us to discuss his latest award-winning book and what went into writing it compared to his previous books.
Woodward has written books on every U.S. president since Richard Nixon — nine in total. But in all his years covering politics, he says he's never encountered a president like President Trump. Woodward's sources describe situations that reveal the president as uninformed and unaware of the possible consequences of his actions. "We are at a pivot point in history," Woodward says. His new book is 'Fear: Trump in the White House.'
We’re taking a break from our reported podcasts this week to bring you audio from a conversation between legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward and former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie, Jr.
During a session at the 2009 IRE Conference in Baltimore, the two covered media failures, the editor-reporter relationship, and what dinner with Al Gore is like.