Capehart

Opinion writer Jonathan Capehart talks with newsmakers who challenge your ideas on politics, and explore how race, religion, age, gender and cultural identity are redrawing the lines that both divide and unite America. "Cape Up" is a podcast from Washington Post Opinions, with conversations adapted from Washington Post Live events.
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Maya Moore Irons and Jonathan Irons on ‘Love & Justice’ 31 January 2023 00:31:34
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Jan. 19, Maya Moore Irons and Jonathan Irons discuss their new book, “Love & Justice: A Story of Triumph on Two Different Courts,” their journey to get him released from prison after a wrongful conviction and their view on reforms t...
Maya Moore Irons and Jonathan Irons on ‘Love & Justice’
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Jan. 19, Maya Moore Irons and Jonathan Irons discuss their new book, “Love & Justice: A Story of Triumph on Two Different Courts,” their journey to get him released from prison after a wrongful conviction and their view on reforms t...
Best of: Wes Moore on becoming Maryland’s first African American governor 24 January 2023 00:28:06
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, then-Gov.-elect Wes Moore of Maryland discusses his victory and plans for the first 100 days, the state of national politics, and how being the first African American governor of Maryland (and only the third in U.S. history) we...
Best of: Wes Moore on becoming Maryland’s first African American governor
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, then-Gov.-elect Wes Moore of Maryland discusses his victory and plans for the first 100 days, the state of national politics, and how being the first African American governor of Maryland (and only the third in U.S. history) we...
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins on ‘Kindred’ and reexamining American slavery through science fiction 18 January 2023 00:30:14
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on Nov. 12, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins discusses his TV adaptation of Octavia Butler’s novel “Kindred,” why he thinks TV and movies have “damaged our ability” to understand history, and what he is ultimately trying to show about slavery.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins on ‘Kindred’ and reexamining American slavery through science fiction
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on Nov. 12, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins discusses his TV adaptation of Octavia Butler’s novel “Kindred,” why he thinks TV and movies have “damaged our ability” to understand history, and what he is ultimately trying to show about slavery.
Bill Nighy on ‘Living,’ mortality and ‘Love Actually’ 10 January 2023 00:27:46
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on Jan. 6, actor Bill Nighy discusses his new film “Living,” its universal themes of mortality and procrastination, and the enduring legacy of the film that put him on the map, “Love Actually.”
Bill Nighy on ‘Living,’ mortality and ‘Love Actually’
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on Jan. 6, actor Bill Nighy discusses his new film “Living,” its universal themes of mortality and procrastination, and the enduring legacy of the film that put him on the map, “Love Actually.”
Best of: Michael R. Jackson’s ‘big, Black and queer’ musical, ‘A Strange Loop’ 03 January 2023 00:28:27
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on June 9, writer Michael R. Jackson discusses his now-Tony Award-winning musical “A Strange Loop” and its decades-long journey to the stage.
Best of: Michael R. Jackson’s ‘big, Black and queer’ musical, ‘A Strange Loop’
In this Washington Post Live conversation recorded on June 9, writer Michael R. Jackson discusses his now-Tony Award-winning musical “A Strange Loop” and its decades-long journey to the stage.
Best of: Inside the personal and political life of Democratic strategist Lis Smith 27 December 2022 00:51:10
In this Washington Post Live conversation from July 20, veteran Democratic political strategist Lis Smith discusses her memoir, “Any Given Tuesday,” a behind-the-scenes look at the fine line between personal and professional life while working at the top of Democratic politics.
Best of: Inside the personal and political life of Democratic strategist Lis Smith
In this Washington Post Live conversation from July 20, veteran Democratic political strategist Lis Smith discusses her memoir, “Any Given Tuesday,” a behind-the-scenes look at the fine line between personal and professional life while working at the top of Democratic politics.
Elegance Bratton on the masculinity of forgiveness 20 December 2022 00:30:44
In this conversation recorded for Washington Post Live on Dec. 15, Elegance Bratton discusses his feature film debut, “The Inspection,” the gay protagonist’s emotionally complex relationships with his mother and fellow Marines, and why film was the right medium to tell this autobiographical story.
Elegance Bratton on the masculinity of forgiveness
In this conversation recorded for Washington Post Live on Dec. 15, Elegance Bratton discusses his feature film debut, “The Inspection,” the gay protagonist’s emotionally complex relationships with his mother and fellow Marines, and why film was the right medium to tell this autobiographical story.
Cherry Jones and Vera Farmiga on ‘Five Days at Memorial’ 13 December 2022 00:31:09
In this conversation recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, Cherry Jones and Vera Farmiga discuss their new miniseries “Five Days at Memorial,” which chronicles the events at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the unimaginable decisions the characters t...
Cherry Jones and Vera Farmiga on ‘Five Days at Memorial’
In this conversation recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, Cherry Jones and Vera Farmiga discuss their new miniseries “Five Days at Memorial,” which chronicles the events at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the unimaginable decisions the characters t...
Wes Moore on becoming Maryland’s first African American governor 06 December 2022 00:28:13
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore discusses his victory over Republican Dan Cox, his plan for his first 100 days, the state of national politics and whether the Washington Commanders should keep playing football in Maryland.
Wes Moore on becoming Maryland’s first African American governor
In this conversation first recorded for Washington Post Live on Nov. 30, Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore discusses his victory over Republican Dan Cox, his plan for his first 100 days, the state of national politics and whether the Washington Commanders should keep playing football in Maryland.
Best of: Michael Fanone’s battle for accountability for Jan. 6 29 November 2022 00:30:36
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 18, former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone discusses his new book, “Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop’s Battle for America’s Soul,” recounts his firsthand experience defending the U.S. Capitol and explains why it’s so important to hold...
Best of: Michael Fanone’s battle for accountability for Jan. 6
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 18, former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone discusses his new book, “Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop’s Battle for America’s Soul,” recounts his firsthand experience defending the U.S. Capitol and explains why it’s so important to hold...
Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s journey from the segregated South to the United Nations 22 November 2022 00:18:06
In this conversation first recorded at the Global Women’s Summit on Nov. 15, Thomas-Greenfield discusses how her upbringing in the segregated South has affected her work as a diplomat and what it’s like being a Black women in a world dominated by White men.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s journey from the segregated South to the United Nations
In this conversation first recorded at the Global Women’s Summit on Nov. 15, Thomas-Greenfield discusses how her upbringing in the segregated South has affected her work as a diplomat and what it’s like being a Black women in a world dominated by White men.
Matthew F. Delmont on Black Americans fighting for ‘double victory’ in WWII 15 November 2022 00:29:42
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Nov. 3, professor Matthew F. Delmont discusses his new book, “Half American: The Epic Story of African Americans Fighting World War II at Home and Abroad,” the important roles Black Americans played in every branch of the military, and the disrespect an...
Matthew F. Delmont on Black Americans fighting for ‘double victory’ in WWII
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Nov. 3, professor Matthew F. Delmont discusses his new book, “Half American: The Epic Story of African Americans Fighting World War II at Home and Abroad,” the important roles Black Americans played in every branch of the military, and the disrespect an...
Wendell Pierce puts ‘Death of A Salesman’ in a whole new light 08 November 2022 00:28:31
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 24, veteran actor Wendell Pierce discusses his starring role in the latest rendition of Arthur Miller’s “Death of A Salesman,” and how having a Black family at the play’s center shines a whole new light on the classic drama.
Wendell Pierce puts ‘Death of A Salesman’ in a whole new light
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 24, veteran actor Wendell Pierce discusses his starring role in the latest rendition of Arthur Miller’s “Death of A Salesman,” and how having a Black family at the play’s center shines a whole new light on the classic drama.
Rahul Gupta on fentanyl and the nightmare of synthetic drugs 01 November 2022 00:29:33
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 26, Rahul Gupta, the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, discusses harm-reduction programs and treatment for people addicted to substances, the evolution of overdoses in the United States and the nightmare synthetic ...
Rahul Gupta on fentanyl and the nightmare of synthetic drugs
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 26, Rahul Gupta, the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, discusses harm-reduction programs and treatment for people addicted to substances, the evolution of overdoses in the United States and the nightmare synthetic ...
Michael Fanone’s battle for accountability for Jan. 6 25 October 2022 00:30:54
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 18, former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone discusses his new book, “Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop’s Battle for America’s Soul,” recounts his firsthand experience defending the U.S. Capitol and explains why it’s so important to hold...
Michael Fanone’s battle for accountability for Jan. 6
In this Washington Post Live conversation from Oct. 18, former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone discusses his new book, “Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop’s Battle for America’s Soul,” recounts his firsthand experience defending the U.S. Capitol and explains why it’s so important to hold...

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