Did you miss one of New-York Historical's recent public programs? Recordings of select programs are available here as streaming audio.

Podcasts of select programs are also available on New-York Historical’s iTunes U library. These files can easily be downloaded and played on any Mac, PC or portable device and even burned to a CD.

November 2009
Audio
The Future of New York
November 9th, 2009
1 Hour and 19 minutes
Michael Goodwin
George Pataki
Richard Ravitch
James Tisch
Fred Siegel

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The financial crisis is having a disproportionate impact on New York, not only because we've lost major Wall Street firms and damaged our employment base, but also because of the possible longer-term effect on real-estate values and...

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October 2009
Audio
The Future of the Stock Market and the World Economy
October 28th, 2009
1 hour and 28 minutes
Byron R. Wien
James Chanos
Leon Cooperman
James Grant
Lewis Sanders

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The potential meltdown of the global financial system is like nothing we've seen for 80 years. Is long-term investing possible any more? How long until the economy starts growing again?

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April 2009
Audio
Mrs. Lincoln
April 22nd, 2009
1 hour and 2 minutes
Catherine Clinton
Eric Foner

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Catherine Clinton, interviewed by Eric Foner, crafts a richly detailed portrait of one of our most complicated, controversial, and often misunderstood first ladies: Mary Todd Lincoln.

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April 2009
Audio
The Global Financial Crisis, A Great Depression?
April 14th, 2009
1 hour and 26 seconds
James D. Wolfensohn
Niall Ferguson
Richard Sylla

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An in-depth discussion about the current global financial crisis and its parallels to past financial crises. Does it threaten another Great Depression? Three economic experts will shed light on the impact of the turmoil here and abroad.

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March 2009
Audio
Robert E. Lee: New Yorker
March 3rd, 2009
1 hour and 8 minutes
David W. Blight
Elizabeth Brown Pryor

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Prior to the Civil War, Robert E. Lee spent more of his adult life in New York than in any other state. He left us wonderful descriptions of West Point tattoos and cadet antics; of sleigh riding down Broadway; and of the tall ships...

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