The Year in Review: 2004

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The Martha Stewart trial, hurricanes in Florida, the Boston Red Sox reverse the curse. NPR's Neal Conan and guests revisit some of the big — and not so big — stories of 2004.

Guests:

Laura Womack, reporter, currently covering the aftermath of the deadly tsunami in southern Asia.

*Reporter

John Micklethwait, U.S. editor for The Economist. Co-author of The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America (The Penguin Press, 2004).

Rolleiv Solholm, chief editor of the Norway Post.

Murray Horwitz, director and chief operating officer of American Film Institute's Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, Md. Former vice president of cultural programming at NPR.

Chuck Cantasano, postal worker in Punta Gorda, Fla.

Peter Sagal, host of NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me!.

Joe Queenan, author of Queenan Country: A Reluctant Anglophile's Pilgrimage to the Mother Country.

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