Mom and Dad Are Fighting: rising rents and relatives with different values.

Bible Movies and Rising Rents, on Slate’s Parenting Podcast

Bible Movies and Rising Rents, on Slate’s Parenting Podcast

Slate's parenting podcast.
April 27 2017 7:45 AM

Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The “Bible Movies” Edition

Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast about keeping up with rising rents and relatives who send your kids unwholesome media.


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On this week’s episode, Gabriel Roth and Carvell Wallace talk about Carvell’s family’s struggle with Bay Area gentrification, then answer listener questions about relatives who send the kids unpleasant Christian movies and siblings who like to play husband and wife.

This week on Slate Plus, Dan Kois gives an update at the end of the first leg of his family’s round-the-world trip.


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Podcast produced by Zack Dinerstein.

Gabriel Roth is a Slate senior editor and the editorial director of Slate Plus.

Carvell Wallace is a father, writer, and podcaster in Oakland, California. He is a co-host of Slate’s Mom and Dad Are Fighting and has bylines in the New Yorker, GQ, New York Times Magazine, and others. The complete first season of his podcast on race in America, Closer Than They Appear, is available now.