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Fresh Air for Jan. 31, 2019: Could Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei Puts U.S. Cyber-Security At Risk?

Fresh Air for Jan. 30, 2019: 'Beale Street' Composer Nicholas Britell

Composer Nicholas Britell says cellos were central to the score he wrote for If Beale Street Could Talk (starring Stephan James and KiKi Layne, above): "The cellos really became for us this symbol of love, because the movie is about love and injustice." Tatum Mangus /Annapurna Pictures hide caption

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'Beale Street' And 'Vice' Composer Isn't Afraid To Play The 'Wrong' Notes

'Beale Street' And 'Vice' Composer Isn't Afraid To Play The 'Wrong' Notes

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Fresh Air for Jan. 29, 2019: In 'Maid,' A Single Mother Finds 'No Way' To Make It On Minimum Wage

Stephanie Land says that cleaning houses gave her an intimate knowledge of the homeowners: "I knew them by the imprints they left in their bed. I knew them by the ring of coffee from their coffee mug that was always in the same place." Nicol Biesek/Hachette hide caption

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In 'Maid,' A Single Mother Finds 'No Way' To Make It On Minimum Wage

In 'Maid,' A Single Mother Finds 'No Way' To Make It On Minimum Wage

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Fresh Air for Jan. 28, 2019: 'Underground' Digs Up The Secrets Of The World's Hidden Communities

"There's just so much beneath the streets of New York City that people walking around on the surface don't ever think about," journalist Will Hunt says. His new book is Underground. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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'Underground' Digs Up The Secrets Of Hidden Communities Around The World

'Underground' Digs Up The Secrets Of Hidden Communities Around The World

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