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Fresh Air for August 20, 2013

The self-proclaimed sovereign principality of Sealand, aboard a World War II artillery platform, began hosting the Internet haven HavenCo in 2000. AP hide caption

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Wild, Wild Web: Policing An Early, Lawless Internet

Wild, Wild Web: Policing An Early, Lawless Internet

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John Surman, Mike Osborne and Alan Skidmore were all saxophonists and teamed up in 1973 to form the short-lived trio S.O.S. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Looking For The Next One' Reveals Underappreciated Sax Trio

'Looking For The Next One' Reveals An Underappreciated Sax Trio

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Fresh Air for August 19, 2013

T.E. Lawrence, shown here on Oct. 3, 1928, wore Arab clothing in an effort to be seen as trustworthy. AP hide caption

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'Lawrence' Of Arabia: From Archaeologist To War Hero

'Lawrence' Of Arabia: From Archaeologist To War Hero

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Fresh Air for August 17, 2013

Janae Watson (Vicky Jeudy), Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) and Dayanara Diaz (Dascha Polanco) arrive in prison in the first episode of Orange Is the New Black. Barbara Nitke/Netflix hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'Orange Is The New Black,' Valerie June, Sherpas

Fresh Air Weekend: 'Orange Is The New Black,' Valerie June, Sherpas

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Fresh Air for August 16, 2013

Mario Savio, shown here at a victory rally in UC Berkeley's Sproul Plaza on Dec. 9, 1964, was the face of the free speech movement. AP hide caption

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Student 'Subversives' And The FBI's 'Dirty Tricks'

Student 'Subversives' And The FBI's 'Dirty Tricks'

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Bobby Cannavale (right) starred in Glengarry Glen Ross on Broadway. Cannavale has also starred in television shows such as HBO's Boardwalk Empire and in films such as The Station Agent. Scott Landis/JRA Broadway hide caption

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Bobby Cannavale, At Home On Broadway

Bobby Cannavale, At Home On Broadway

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Fresh Air for August 15, 2013

A new collection of Brahms and Mozart recordings by the Stuyvesant Quartet from 1947 conveys a kind of inward grace. Jay Shulman /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Forgotten Quartet, Reissued And Reevaluated

A Forgotten Quartet, Reissued And Reevaluated

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