Tuesday October 06, 2015
Veteran broadcaster Kevin Newman spent years getting to know audiences but during that time, he and his son Alex were growing further apart. When a teenage Alex finally came out to his dad as gay, it kick started a bigger discussion that was long overdue. They've put it into a book, "All Out."
Thursday October 08, 2015
Harvard University is known for its debating prowess. But its revered debating team got a little more than it bargained for when it faced the team from Eastern New York Correctional Facility two weeks ago.
Wednesday September 23, 2015
There's lifelong education, and then there's the story of Ingeborg Rapoport... a woman denied of a medical degree by the Nazis but obtained it 77 years later. At the age of 102, Dr. Inge Rapoport has made history as the oldest person in Europe ever to be granted a medical degree.audioListen 17:37
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Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve takes us inside the stick-handling of the Wall Street meltdown that nearly led to another depression. And he shares his concerns that top bank executives were not criminally investigated. More
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Electric brain stimulators hit the consumer market in the U.S this past summer. But though they seem promising and no more potent than a coffee or glass of wine, some scientists are wary ...warning we have no idea of the long-term effects. MoreListen 24:12
Environmental lawyer David Boyd whose legal battles once left him with little hope for the planet's future has had a conversion... and now he's preaching hope for the earth with his message of "environmental optimism". But Ronald Wright warns too much optimism can lead people to slack off. MoreListen 24:03