The Arab Press' Portrayal Of ISIS, David Cronenberg's Debut Novel, And Oktoberfest In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, a look into how the Arab press portrays ISIS, Director David Cronenberg on his debut novel Consumed, and a trip to Munich for Oktoberfest.
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The Arab Press' Portrayal Of ISIS, David Cronenberg's Debut Novel, And Oktoberfest In Munich

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The Arab Press' Portrayal Of ISIS, David Cronenberg's Debut Novel, And Oktoberfest

The Arab Press' Portrayal Of ISIS, David Cronenberg's Debut Novel, And Oktoberfest

The Arab Press' Portrayal Of ISIS, David Cronenberg's Debut Novel, And Oktoberfest In Munich

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Munich's Mayor Dieter Reiter uses a wooden hammer to pound a tap into the first Oktoberfest beer barrel. "It is not most important mayoral job, but it is the most watched," says Christoph Deumling. Hannes Magerstaedt/Getty Images hide caption

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Munich's Mayor Dieter Reiter uses a wooden hammer to pound a tap into the first Oktoberfest beer barrel. "It is not most important mayoral job, but it is the most watched," says Christoph Deumling.

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, a look into how the Arab press portrays ISIS, Director David Cronenberg on his debut novel Consumed, and a trip to Munich for Oktoberfest.