Mar 2, 2014 | 52:41Writers and Company Rabih Alameddine Interview Audio
Writers and Company Rabih Alameddine Interview Mar 2, 2014 | 52:41Lebanese-American writer Rabih Alameddine's new book, "An Unnecessary Woman" is about a reclusive woman living in Beirut. The thirty-seven books she has translated into Arabic have been stowed away, and never read - by anyone.
Mar 3, 2014 | 27:29The Current Share Economy: Good or Bad? - March 3, 2014 Audio
The Current Share Economy: Good or Bad? - March 3, 2014 Mar 3, 2014 | 27:29From Air BNB ... to Zip Car .. to the Tool Library ... we are increasingly bartering, lending, selling nd borrowing items, services and skills. Some say it is creating new community. Others see desperate people needing money and being exploited.
Feb 27, 2014 | 53:59Ideas Paul Robeson Audio
Ideas Paul Robeson Feb 27, 2014 | 53:59Paul Kennedy pays tribute to his life and times of Paul Robeson. He was one of the greatest voices of the 20th century, and also a powerful actor. His fame won him many friends, as well as powerful enemies.
Feb 28, 2014 | 54:00Tapestry Lights, Camera, Religion! Audio
Tapestry Lights, Camera, Religion! Feb 28, 2014 | 54:00Can Saturday night at the movies remind you of Sunday morning at church or Friday night at temple? Sure thing, if you see Martin Scorcese's Raging Bull a passion play and the goofy comedy Groundhog Day as a deeply religious film.
Feb 28, 2014 | 9:38Day 6 Day 6 Presents: An Alternative Academy Awards Audio
Day 6 Day 6 Presents: An Alternative Academy Awards Feb 28, 2014 | 9:38Let's face it. The Academy Awards will only acknowledge about a fraction of the year's cinematic output. So Day 6 has decided to host our own alternative Oscars. We've invited two professional film critics, Alonso Duralde and Amy Nicholson, to help us rei
Feb 28, 2014 | 31:30Sunday Edition Antibiotic Disaster - Maryn McKenna Audio
Sunday Edition Antibiotic Disaster - Maryn McKenna Feb 28, 2014 | 31:30The Post-Antibiotic Age: Antibiotics have given us longer, healthier lives, cheap food and far less life-threatening infections. But author Maryn McKenna warns that we're on the precipice of a post-antibiotic age - one in which antibiotics will be usele