Rick Karr

Correspondent
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Audio: Clandestine cuisine

A look at “pop-up” restaurants, supper clubs, and other unusual ways of dining out in London.

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Audio: Denied!

A followup on the World Cup’s lousy officiating — and what could be done about it.

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Audio: Faster, higher, richer?

Will the 2012 Olympic Games improve life in London’s down-at-heel East End — or will the International Olympic Committee pocket the profits after Britain pays the bills?

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Audio: Connection crash

Is our political system going the way of the record industry? Culture correspondent Rick Karr talks to John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and former Grateful Dead lyricist, about the political consequences of our increasingly fragmented and data-rich culture.

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Audio: Big media, big pharma and ‘female Viagra’

How has the media handled the coverage of the “little pink pill”? Rick Karr and guest Jeffrey Dvorkin discuss.

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Audio: The World What?

The world’s most popular sport owes something to the U.S. — and Americans could stand to learn a thing or two about soccer

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Audio: Looking for the ‘little pink pill’

Pharmaceutical firms are hoping for a “female Viagra,” while critics say the proposed cures may be snake-oil.

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Audio: A misogynist, a bully and the most popular guy on TV

In this week’s Karr on Culture podcast, meet Marshall Lancaster, whose wildly popular U.K. TV series just ended to proportionately larger audiences than those for “Lost” and “24.”