Worldview "Worldview" is WBEZ's global affairs program, featuring in-depth conversations about international issues and their local impact. Hosted by Jerome McDonnell.
Worldview

Worldview

From WBEZ Chicago

"Worldview" is WBEZ's global affairs program, featuring in-depth conversations about international issues and their local impact. Hosted by Jerome McDonnell.

Most Recent Episodes

Peru ex-President, Alan Garcia, dies by suicide, Chicago women prisoners curate global fil...

On today's show: Peru ex-President, Alan Garcia, dies by suicide Women prisoners in Cook County Jail curate global film fest Director Mike Leigh talks about his film 'Peterloo' Jazz artist Sen Morimoto plays Chicago's Lincoln Hall

Peru ex-President, Alan Garcia, dies by suicide, Chicago women prisoners curate global fil...

Violence Claims Nearly 5,000 In The Sahel Over Past Five Months; Global Notes: The Notre D...

On today's show: A spike of violence in the Sahel region Music from Paris Looking to Algeria's future

Violence Claims Nearly 5,000 In The Sahel Over Past Five Months; Global Notes: The Notre D...

Secularists And Catholics Figure Out What To Do With Notre Dame; Freshman Congresswoman Il...

On today's show: Exploring the intersection of secularism and religion in France Looking at the criticism of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar The role of tech in bringing peace to the Middle East

Secularists And Catholics Figure Out What To Do With Notre Dame; Freshman Congresswoman Il...

Food Mondays: Are Grass-Fed Burgers Worth It?; The Legacy of Tiananmen Square, 30 Years On

On today's show: Looking at the Tiananmen Square protests 30 years later Grass-fed beef in Chicago

Food Mondays: Are Grass-Fed Burgers Worth It?; The Legacy of Tiananmen Square, 30 Years On

India Votes 2019: A Chicago Council On Global Affairs Panel Discussion

On today's show: A panel discussion about the Indian elections

Sudanese Protests Succeed In Deposing President, But Military Now Has Power; Wikileaks Co-...

On today's show: Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was ousted by a military coup following months of protests against his rule. Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested in London after the Ecuadorian embassy withdrew his asylee status there. Film contributor Milos Stehlik chats with French filmmaker Claire Denis about her new film, 'High Life.'

Sudanese Protests Succeed In Deposing President, But Military Now Has Power; Wikileaks Co-...

25 Years After The Rwandan Genocide, How Is The Country Healing?; Israeli Prime Minster Vo...

On today's show: Rwanda marks 25 years since its 1994 genocide with a 100-day period of mourning. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to annex territory in the West Bank occupied by Israeli settlers if his coalition wins the national elections this coming Thursday. Applegate Farms' New Food Collective is making a more sustainable sausage.

25 Years After The Rwandan Genocide, How Is The Country Healing?; Israeli Prime Minster Vo...

Proposed Bill Could Grant Amnesty for War Crimes in Guatemala; Milos Stehlik Interviews Ji...

On today's show: Guatemala's Congress is considering a bill that would grant amnesty for war crimes committed during its 36-year civil war. Milos Stehlik talks to Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke about his new film, Ash is Purest White. Lao-American filmmaker Kulap Vilaysack joins us to talk about her personal documentary, Origin Story.

Proposed Bill Could Grant Amnesty for War Crimes in Guatemala; Milos Stehlik Interviews Ji...

Chicago-Area Activists Engage In Citizen Diplomacy with Iran; Has Islam Lost Its Science?;...

On today's show: U.S. peace activists tour Iran to prevent future conflict An anthropologist and a journalist on Islam's role in shaping science An Afro-Cuban funk-infused musician arrives in Chicago

Chicago-Area Activists Engage In Citizen Diplomacy with Iran; Has Islam Lost Its Science?;...

How to Save A Constitutional Democracy; What Do Computer Science, Board Games And The Elec...

On today's show: Two constitutional scholars on how to protect democracy How a National Popular Vote Interstate Compact could invalidate the Electoral College Non-partisan alternatives to drawing legislative districts

How to Save A Constitutional Democracy; What Do Computer Science, Board Games And The Elec...

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