Duke of York — Setting the Record Straight

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NPR's Scott Simon and senior news analyst Daniel Schorr set the record straight on the difference between Humpty Dumpty and The Noble Duke of York. On the Jan. 4 show, Dan Schorr's reference to a dance-hall song from the 1930s left many listeners perplexed. This week, Dan clarifies — and carries a tune.



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