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Ira WoodIra Wood is the producer/host of The Lowdown, a talk show on Pacifica Radio Network affiliate WOMR-FM, Provincetown, focusing on books, science, politics, and social trends. From nationally known authors, politicians, and entertainers to local activists, artists, and eccentrics, The Lowdown reaches listeners throughout Cape Cod and the Boston suburbs with informed and lively conversation.

The Lowdown

Intelligent conversation, one interview at a time.

 

“Wood is an exceptional conversationalist and writer. Relaxed, upbeat, and totally unflappable, he creates such an invigorating atmosphere that his guests don’t want to leave when their time is up.”
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Well-loved and well-hated, everyone has an opinion about Elizabeth Warren but few know why she's a fierce defender of people getting screwed by the big money elite. Pro or con, you owe it to yourself to know who she is and where she came from.

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Matters of Opinion

5-minute radio essays with a touch of chutzpah and cheek.

 

“Fearless, gregarious, frequently humble and hysterical…Ira Wood is on the same pedestal we’ve placed Dave Barry and David Sedaris. Yes, he’s that good.”
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Although about 50% of us make New Year’s Resolutions every year, psychologists tell us only about 8% of those people are actually successful. Frankly, even that number seems high to me. So here are my suggestions for getting it done.

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