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Fresh Air for May 20, 2014

Edward St. Aubyn's 2006 novel Mother's Milk was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Timothy Allen/Courtesy of Farrar, Straus and Giroux hide caption

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In Life And Fiction, Edward St. Aubyn Sheds The Weight Of His Past

In Life And Fiction, Edward St. Aubyn Sheds The Weight Of His Past

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The Maya Rudolph Show premiered Monday night with guest appearances from Sean Hayes, Fred Armisen and Andy Samberg. Paul Drinkwater/NBC hide caption

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'The Maya Rudolph Show' And What It'll Take To Bring Back Variety

'The Maya Rudolph Show' And What It'll Take To Bring Back Variety

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Fresh Air for May 19, 2014

In Louie, Louis C.K. plays a comic who finds comedy in uncomfortable, touchy topics. K.C. Bailey/FX hide caption

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Louis C.K. On His 'Louie' Hiatus: 'I Wanted The Show To Feel New Again'

Louis C.K. On His 'Louie' Hiatus: 'I Wanted The Show To Feel New Again'

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Fresh Air for May 17, 2014

Reporter Glenn Greenwald speaks to reporters in Hong Kong on June 10, 2013, just days after publishing a series of reports about the NSA's mass surveillance programs. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Glenn Greenwald, 'Godzilla' And Todd Barry

Fresh Air Weekend: Glenn Greenwald, 'Godzilla' And Todd Barry

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Fresh Air for May 16, 2014

Retired Major League Baseball player Mike Piazza's new autobiography, Long Shot, addresses the steroid controversy and recalls the first game after the Sept. 11 attacks. Simon and Schuster hide caption

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Making It In The Big Leagues Was A 'Long Shot' For Catcher Mike Piazza

Making It In The Big Leagues Was A 'Long Shot' For Catcher Mike Piazza

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Fresh Air for May 15, 2014

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, speaks with U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul during a walk in Moscow's Red Square in May 2013. Mladen Antonov/AP hide caption

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Former Ambassador To Russia: Putin Has No Master Plan For Ukraine

Former Ambassador To Russia: Putin Has No Master Plan For Ukraine

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