This week, the always entertaining John Lithgow stops by, along with Air Mail columnist Douglas McGrath, to talk about the terrific new Off Broadway show that Lithgow has directed and McGrath wrote and stars in. As expected, it’s a lively, fun conversation. In addition, George Pendle looks at the Sisterhood of the Traveling Brownshirts: how European women are the new face of the far right. And then Hooman Majd brings his insights to the protests in Iran, and what they portend for the men who toppled the Shah. All this and more make this week’s show one you won’t want to miss. Listen by clicking Play below. But be sure to subscribe at Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you don’t miss an episode.

Episode 107: John Lithgow and Douglas McGrath

Plus: Why are women the new face of Fascism in Europe? And what the protests in Iran portend for the men who toppled the Shah