News/Talk Highlights for Friday, April 1 presents:

News/Talk Highlights for Friday, April 1

The Rainbow Minute
(Locally produced for WRIR)
Supreme court rejects
DC appeal
Studio 360
China’s new museum
— and much more…
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The State We’re In
The Mob and I
Hidden Histories
(Locally produced for WRIR)

Wordy Birds with Liz Humes
(Locally produced for WRIR)

Zero Hour with Tim Bowring
(Locally produced for WRIR)
artist, Ann Chenoweth
Sound Opinions
A Bob Dylan retrospective
Talk of the Nation
Future of cancer treatment;  
Mixing science and comedy
— and much more…
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The Rainbow Minute (8:59, 12:29, 4:29)
Today:  "Supreme Court Rejects DC Appeal" — read by Amy Locket
Studio 360 (9:00)
– Listener answers to:  Where/How do you buy books?
– World’s biggest museum opens in China
– Singer Marsha Ambrosius challenges R&B
– Jerry Weintraub knows Hollywood
– Design for the real world:  The periodic table
– Author and architect Christopher Alexander
The State We’re In (10:00)
Today:  “The Mob and I”  
How an anti-Mafia journalist names mob names on his TV station in the heart of Mafia country, and gets away with it… so far. How land once owned by the mob is now used to make wine. And an ex-Mafia princess explains her struggle to go straight.
Hidden Histories (10:01)
Wordy Birds with Liz Humes (12:00)
Zero Hour with Tim Bowring (12:30)
 Today:  Ann Chenoweth, artist
Sound Opinions (1:00)
Today:  As Bob Dylan approaches his 70th year, hosts Jim and Greg go back to the beginning. Tune in as they look at Dylan's folk years — from protest singer to the the voice of a generation.
Talk of the Nation, Science Friday (2:00)
– The basics of radiation termination
– Preparing for a warmer planet
– The future of cancer treatment
– Do science and comedy go together?
The Progressive Radio Show (4:30)
Today:   Jay Walljasper, editor of an important new book called All that We Share: A Field Guide to the Commons.

Dennis J


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    April 1st, 2011

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