Leisure & Lifestyle

Joshua Foer: "Moonwalking with Einstein"

Joshua Foer: "Moonwalking with Einstein"

March 15, 2011

An in-depth investigation of memory and the art of remembering everything.

Edward Albee & Molly Smith

Edward Albee & Molly Smith

March 14, 2011

Edward Albee is one of the most influential living American playwrights today. In his over fifty years of works, he's received numerous awards and the honors keep coming. A new festival of Albee's plays at Washington, DC's Arena Stage...

Mark Richard:  "House of Prayer No. 2"

Mark Richard: "House of Prayer No. 2"

February 9, 2011

A short-story writer reflects on his childhood in a small, racially divided Southern town in the 1960s. How he overcame physical deformity and poverty to become a journalist, author and Hollywood screenwriter.

International Issues Outlook

International Issues Outlook

January 3, 2011

Foreign policy challenges in 2011. A look ahead at the U.S. role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, global economic trends and America’s influence in the world.

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics (Rebroadcast)

DNA Sequencing & Personal Genomics (Rebroadcast)

December 31, 2010

Growing access to personal genome sequencing.

Grace Pundyk: "The Honey Trail" (Rebroadcast)

Grace Pundyk: "The Honey Trail" (Rebroadcast)

December 29, 2010

Honey is a global food -- part of tradition, culture and trade. But it's not all sweet: The story also involves smuggling, deforestation and climate change. One woman explains what she found out when she went around the world in pursuit of...

E.O. Wilson: "Anthill" (Rebroadcast)

E.O. Wilson: "Anthill" (Rebroadcast)

December 27, 2010

"Anthill" is first novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning biologist E. O. Wilson. It's the story of a boy transformed by an improbable love of ants. He risks everything, even his life, to save their pristine habitat in the wetlands of Alabama.

Hank Williams: The Man Who Transformed Country Music (Rebroadcast)

December 24, 2010

In 1951, Hank Williams hosted a morning radio show in Nashville. Those recordings have just been released, shining new light on the late musician. Hank Williams, the man who transformed country music.

Readers Review: "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" by Dr. Seuss

December 22, 2010

The Grinch is the classic Dr. Seuss tale of a bitter, cave-dwelling, green, creature with a heart "two sizes too small." He lives with his faithful dog, Max, on snowy Mount Crumpit just north of Whoville, home of the Whos. Every year...

2010 Census and Redistricting

December 21, 2010

Results of the 2010 Census point to good news for Republicans. Join us to discuss how and why population shifts in Texas, Ohio, Florida and many other states could reshape the political landscape.

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