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Another delightful and sharply pointed excursion into the topics of the day, and of this day as well, with Gilbert Keith Chesterton. These reprinted magazine articles are filled with his good natured wit, his masterful use of paradox, and devastating ability to use reductio ad absurdum to destroy the popular myths that drive a society driving full-speed into secular humanism. You will come away with a whole new collection of wonderful quotes. (Ray Clare)
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kathleen Belew, an assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago, on the threat of white supremacist movements in the U.S.Bởi NPR
The singer-songwriter talks about her new album Dance Fever, her creative process and her influences.Bởi Michel Martin
Is it possible to be believe in both science and in God? Rosa Hunt discusses the issue with a panel of guests which include Nick Spencer of the Theos Institute, mathematician and physicist Rev Dr Emma Whittick, and former science teacher Rev James Tout, together with members Year 6 of Llanilltud Faerdre Primary School.…
A weekday evening wrap-up of both national and local news stories.Bởi WBUR
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NPR's Michel Martin talks with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about the debate over changes to the Supreme Court, which he advocates for in his book Our Unfinished March.Bởi NPR
The singer-songwriter talks about her new album Dance Fever, her creative process and her influences.Bởi NPR
NPR's Michel Martin talks with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about the debate over changes to the Supreme Court, which he advocates for in his book Our Unfinished March.Bởi KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz about how the city of Buffalo, New York, is responding to Saturday's shooting.Bởi KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kathleen Belew, an assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago, on the threat of white supremacist movements in the U.S.Bởi KUOW Staff
Investigators say the 18-year-old man accused in a mass shooting Saturday in Buffalo, New York, scouted the location in advance.Bởi Emyle Watkins
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz about how the city of Buffalo, New York, is responding to Saturday's shooting.Bởi NPR
Ukrainian feminists say their country came a long way, legally and culturally, in the past decade. Now advocates are trying to address sexual assault, economic hardship and other effects of the war.Bởi NPR
A Czech hobbyist who returned a Colorado veteran's bracelet he found at a former World War II prisoner of war camp finally got to meet the veteran, traveling halfway around the world to do so.Bởi Stina Sieg
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mayor Byron Brown as the investigation gets underway into Saturday's mass shooting. At least 10 people were killed.Bởi KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with two women participating in the Bans Off Our Bodies rallies today: Abigail Sweinhart and Heidi Gordon.Bởi KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Saladin K. Patterson about the coming-of-age comedy that gives its own compelling storyline.Bởi KUOW Staff
Ukrainian forces have driven Russian attackers out of the city of Kharkiv. Ukraine's second-largest city had been under heavy bombardment for weeks.Bởi Jason Beaubien
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data this week showing drug overdoses killed more than 107,000 people last year.Bởi Brian Mann
Spring comes late to western Alaska and brings a mix of anxiety and anticipation. Citizen scientists use traditional knowledge to predict river breakup and flooding for dozens of remote communities.Bởi Emily Schwing
NPR's Adrian Florido talks with journalist Sulochana Ramiah about Sri Lanka's protests, which have turned violent. The country is in crisis, with power blackouts and food shortages.Bởi Adrian Florido
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, has been testing the limits of how much his state can do to curb unauthorized migration. But Abbott's sweeping crackdown hasn't always gone as planned.Bởi Joel Rose