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Michael Eric Dyson on his new book: "The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics o...

In this hour of Radio Times, MICHAEL ERIC DYSON will join us to discuss his new book "The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America."

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Auto update: electric, self-driving, and VW

Automakers had a great year in 2015. Strong sales were fueled by low gas prices and low interest rates. But how will 2016 be for the industry? So far this year SUVs and pickup trucks are driving sales.

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Radio Times in Review: Actress Kathleen Turner, performance artist Karen Finley, the histo...

On this week's edition of Radio Times in Review: we'll listen to Marty's interview with actress KATHLEEN TURNER, who's coming to town as part of the Philadelphia Theater Company's 2016 Theatre Master's Series.

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Ballot talks: Faith and Politics

In this week's edition of Ballot Talks: we'll talk about religion and politics. How important is religion to the candidates and to the voters, and is there a difference between the political parties when it comes to the importance of faith?

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Anti-violence strategies that work

Recent gun violence had prompted a national debate about new gun laws but there are already anti-violence solutions in action that work. On-the-street interventions don't require passing new laws, but many in the crime fighting community believe they can still be quite effective.

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Wharton professor Adam Grant on 'Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World'

We'll sit down with ADAM GRANT, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, to discuss his new book Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World.

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The legacy of the Amtrak derailment: new documents, a survivor speaks

Earlier this week, the National Transportation Safety Board released a trove of material related to the fatal May Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia that left eight people dead and more than 200 injured.

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What happened in Iowa?

The Iowa caucuses were last night, giving the nation our first glimpse of who might end up being a contender in the general election. Today, we'll discuss the results, what led up to the votes going the way that they did, and what are the implications for the remainder of the campaign.

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The "Cold Mountain" opera

On Friday, Opera Philadelphia will stage the east-coast premiere of 'Cold Mountain', based on the National Book Award-winning novel. In this hour of Radio Times, we'll speak with the author of the novel.

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The Zika virus outbreak

The Zika virus is spreading "explosively" the WHO said last week, announcing they would convene an emergency meeting to figure out how to slow transmission. Thirty-one cases of the mosquito-borne infection have turned up in the United States.

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