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Minorities, Climate Change, and the Environmental Movement

Guests: Aaron Mair, Jacqui Patterson, and Adrianna Quintero When you think of an environmentalist, what comes to mind? The image of a young, white person? Since the emergence of the environmental movement in the 1970s, green groups have [...]

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"How Music Got Free"

Guest: Stephen Witt When was the last time you bought a CD? If you're like most music consumers, the days of paying for a physical copy of music are long over. And it makes sense – CDs and [...]

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The Supreme Court: Lethal injections and same-sex marriage

Guests: Megan McCracken, Lenore Carpenter and Tobias Barrington Wolff Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that it is legal to use the controversial drug midazolam in executions. The drug was part of the protocol in last year's botched lethal [...]

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Kate Bolick on "Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own"

Guest: Kate Bolick KATE BOLICK is single by choice. She always assumed she'd marry one day, but now she's in her 40's, living alone and happy with her life. She proudly calls herself a "spinster." In fact, that's [...]

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Dominic Tierney's "The Right Way to Lose a War"

Guest: Dominic Tierney [From the Radio Times archive] We haven't won a war in seventy years. Since the end of World War II, America has been plagued by military defeats or stalemates across the globe. In his new [...]

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The Monopolists: the story behind the popular board game

Guest: Mary Pilon [From the Radio Times archive] What's your favorite Monopoly game piece – the dog, the top hat, the race car, the shoe? Most of us have spent hours playing the popular board game, amassing properties [...]

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Love the second (or third) time around

Guests: Helen Fisher and Pepper Schwartz [REBROADCAST] Americans are living longer and increasingly, after the loss of a loved one either by death or through divorce, older folks are looking for love again. But the decision to enter [...]

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Ballot Talks: "The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind"

While media outlets, polls, and dinner table discussions might lead one to believe that voting and political alignment are based on ideology and abstract ideas about justice, our guests this hour have a different take.

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Is college worth it?

Guest: Peter Cappelli Hospital financing, casino management, international tourism – these trendy college degrees are being sold to students as a surefire way to land a good job after graduation. But Wharton School management professor PETER CAPPELLI says [...]

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The future of space exploration

Guest: Chris Impey [REBROADCAST] Astronomer CHRIS IMPEY believes we are entering a new era of space exploration. Advances in technology will make human space travel to distant planets a reality. Impey believes innovations like moon elevators, solar sails [...]

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