Political Money Men '12, A Voice-Over Prodigy And The Lumineers In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the outside money steering the presidential race and reflections from veterans on fallen comrades. Also, the teen web sensation with a surprising voice. Plus, a Korean rapper who's faced an internet backlash and music from The Lumineers.
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Political Money Men '12, A Voice-over Prodigy And The Lumineers

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Political Money Men '12, A Voice-Over Prodigy And The Lumineers

Political Money Men '12, A Voice-Over Prodigy And The Lumineers

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the outside money steering the presidential race and reflections from veterans on fallen comrades. Also, the teen web sensation with a surprising voice. Plus, a Korean rapper who's faced an internet backlash and music from The Lumineers.