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Fresh Air for April 16, 2010

The incognito British street artist Banksy offers few clues on whether the movie about his street art is real or a hoax. Courtesy Paranoid Pictures hide caption

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A Rich Satire About Street Art, Or Is It A Hoax?

A Rich Satire About Street Art, Or Is It A Hoax?

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Fresh Air for April 15, 2010

Sam Newsome fine-tunes his pitches by swinging the bell of his horn past the microphone to exploit the Doppler effect. Andrew Lepley/Redferns hide caption

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Sam Newsome: A Soprano Sax 'Soliloquy'

Sam Newsome: A Soprano Sax 'Soliloquy'

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Fresh Air for April 14, 2010

Fresh Air for April 13, 2010

On March 4, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt took the oath of office administered by Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes. Four years later, Roosevelt would attempt to stack the Supreme Court with liberal justices. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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FDR's Losing Battle To Pack The Supreme Court

FDR's Losing Battle To Pack The Supreme Court

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