Full episode 717: Audience of One Act Two Late Registration Share a clip ByBen Calhoun Political documentaries aren’t for everyone. Especially when they’re over five hours long. But producer Ben Calhoun discovers one he can’t stop watching. (16 minutes) More in PoliticsView all 720: The Moment After This Moment Oct. 16, 2020 Act One: School of Hard Knocks Broward County is one of the bluest counties in Florida, and some of the Democrats who live and vote there are worried their party isn’t doing enough to keep it that way. 696: Low Hum of Menace Mar. 13, 2020 Act Two: Reality Show FBI agents question NSA contractor Reality Winner, who was later charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in U.S. elections. Even the most casual small talk takes on an air of menace. 691: Gardens of Branching Paths Jan. 10, 2020 Act Two: Sorry/Not Sorry David Kestenbaum finds out about a speech that, in another world, President Clinton gave on August 17, 1998. More by Ben CalhounView all 709: The Reprieve June 26, 2020 Act One: Pod Bless America When it comes to caring for Covid-19 patients, it’s the nurses who are carrying the heaviest burden. 698: The Test Mar. 27, 2020 Act One: The Inside Game What it’s like inside a small New York apartment with a toddler and two parents who are very sick with COVID-19. 683: Beer Summit Sept. 20, 2019 Act Two: Lagerheads A Democratic club at a bar in South Bend, Indiana, melts down over President Trump, and producer Ben Calhoun is there to see who’s still left in the club at the end of the night.