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At the 2016 New Yorker Festival, a panel of experts from across the political spectrum discusses the hypothetical first term of President Trump. And Atul Gawande, a surgeon and self-avowed music nut, talks with Andrew Bird, whose music Gawande plays in the operating room. Bird discusses “Puma,” a song about the radiation therapy his wife was given after she had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and performs two numbers live.

©2016 Condé Nast (P)2016 Condé Nast

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I bought it one day while I was at work. Tried to download it the next day and I was told I had just continued the subscription. I never did anything with it except add it to my library. Very disappointed I wanted to hear this.

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I bought it one day while I was at work. Tried to download it the next day and I was told I had just continued the subscription. I never did anything with it except add it to my library. Very disappointed I wanted to hear this.

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Of coarse I did not get to hear it so I can’t read it.

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Of coarse I did not get to hear it so I can’t read it.This is very disappointing and I hope it’s not political that I didn’t get to listen.

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This is very disappointing and I hope it’s not political that I didn’t get to listen.