“Bob’s Burgers” Hits the Big Screen

Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Wherever You ListenSign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts.The animator Loren Bouchard resisted the idea of making a “Bob’s Burgers” movie—until he made “The Bob’s Burgers Movie.” He speaks with The New Yorker’s Sarah Larson about the show’s surprising strain…

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The animator Loren Bouchard resisted the idea of making a “Bob’s Burgers” movie—until he made “The Bob’s Burgers Movie.” He speaks with The New Yorker’s Sarah Larson about the show’s surprising strain of optimism in dark times. Plus, Masha Gessen talks with David Remnick about the state of the war in Ukraine, both in Kyiv—where life looks normal and people refer to the war in the past tense—and just outside the capital, where devastation reigns. The historian Eric Cervini talks about “The Book of Queer” and bringing L.G.B.T.Q. history to life onscreen. And the head of the largest flight attendants’ union talks about the drive to unionize Delta Air Lines.

Masha Gessen on the Quiet in Kyiv

The staff writer talks with David Remnick about the state of the war in the Ukrainian capital—where people refer to the war in the past tense—and outside the city, where devastation reigns.


The Historian Eric Cervini on “The Book of Queer”

Cervini calls his new offering a “queer-history variety show.” He talks with The New Yorker’s Michael Schulman about bringing L.G.B.T.Q. history to life onscreen.


Sara Nelson on the Drive to Unionize Delta Flight Attendants

The head of the largest flight attendants’ union is leading her members through turbulent times. Nelson speaks with The New Yorker’s Jennifer Gonnerman.


“Bob’s Burgers” Hits the Big Screen

Loren Bouchard resisted making a movie of his cult-favorite TV show—until now. He talks with The New Yorker’s Sarah Larson about the show’s surprising strain of optimism.


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