NPR Host Steve Inskeep moderates a panel discussion on Governing in a Borderless World: Meeting the Challenge of Instability at The Wilson Center as part of The National Conversation. Live streaming begins at 12:30pm ET.
We've got some holiday shopping ideas for you! We'll post some of our favorite NPR Shop products to the @NPR Twitter account and This is NPR Facebook page. While we won't try to claim this as a one-stop-shop, we can promise that these gift ideas aren't just for the hard-core public radio junkie.
From chess to tumblr, NPR listeners like to play, and listen to stories about, games.
Usually it's a coincidence when people dress alike around the office. We rounded up a few NPR T-Shirts for a bureau-to-bureau fashion spread. See what kind of style our journalists have from LA to New York to Washington, D.C.
All month, NPR and Member Stations have been looking back at major events that shaped America's cultural landscape. Those historic moments were also shaping NPR coverage. The Playback: November 1988 podcast takes a trip back 25 years in the NPR archives to what was happening on and off air at NPR.
Since 2008, StoryCorps has celebrated the Friday after Thanksgiving with the National Day of Listening. For some tips on how to have have a personal interview with a loved ones this Friday, we went to "The Sunday Conversation" founder, Weekend Edition Host Rachel Martin.
Here's to a sound Thanksgiving Day for all! Love, your friends in public radio
For our first holiday season in the new headquarters, we're building a new tradition: All Crafts Considered. The arts and crafts expo brings together local artists at NPR HQ on Wednesday, December 11 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. There's shopping with NPR journalists and extended hours too! Happy Holidays.
Tune in to All Things Considered on Thanksgiving Day to hear a special performance and interview with Grammy award-winning musician John Mayer.
It's certainly not unreasonable for listeners to hope that NPR might avoid revealing key plot points or endings when reviewing books and movies. But can we expect spoiler alerts before book or movie reviews based on real life events? And what if those events have already been reported in the news?