Most Americans now say global warming is real and a problem, and government should act. But most potential Republican presidential candidates are less convinced. We assess the climate views of the 2016 GOP field – and get down to the roots of some invasive plants.
RadioLab; Saturday @ 6:00 PM
Desperately Seeking Symmetry: This hour of Radiolab, Jad and Robert set out in search of order and balance in the world around us, and ask how symmetry shapes our very existence -- from the origins of the universe, to what we see when we look in the mirror. Along the way, they look for love in ancient Greece , head to modern-day Princeton to peer inside our brains, and turn up an unlikely headline from the Oval Office circa 1979.
Invisibilia; Saturday @ 7:00 PM
eTown is on hiatus while we bring you a new 6 part series called Invisibilia which interweaves narrative storytelling with scientific research. In this episode, Entanglement, you’ll meet a woman with Mirror Touch Synesthesia who can physically feel what she sees others feeling. And an exploration of the ways in which all of us are connected -- more literally than you might realize. The hour will start with physics and end with a conversation with comedian Maria Bamford and her mother. They discuss what it’s like to be entangled through impersonation. This American Life; Sunday @ 11:00 AM
This week, stories of people who are in put into positions they’re completely unqualified to handle … but who try to make it work anyway. Including one story of a tough group of soldiers who attempt to save lives through the power of show tunes
Youth Speaks Out; Sunday @ 3:00 PM
This Sunday, YouthSpeaksOut! presents an archival programming discussing getting high- beyond drugs. What activities make us high? What releases dopamine in your brain? What are the advantages of getting high without substances?
Shortwave Report; Sunday @ 4:00 PM
This week's show has a feature from Spain on Citizenfour, France sends jets and an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf and Russia offers Iran a weapons upgrade, an amazing story on the fortune Tony Blair has made since he stopped being Prime Minister, Ecuadorian government officials take a pay cut to hire more medical personnel and education, and Japan is pushing for acceptance of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
Left Right & Center; Sunday @ 4:30 PM
Conservatives get fiery, Turmoil over Netanyahu's Visit, Funding Homeland Security, and Legalizing Marijuana in DC.
On the Media; Sunday @ 6:00 PM
This week, after years of debate, the FCC voted to treat the internet like a public utility. On the Media examines what the decision means for the data flowing through our devices. Also, as the situation in Libya continues to deteriorate, a look back at the people who helped end Muammar Qaddafi's rule in 2011.
Jazz Night In America; Sunday @ 9:00 PM
Introducing Marcus Roberts and The Modern Jazz Generation. Marcus’ new 11-piece ensemble - featuring many of his younger protégés - perform original material by Marcus and the music of Jelly Roll Morton, Chick Corea, and Horace Silver. Marcus and the members of the ensemble talk about the formation of the band in Tallahassee, Florida and explore what it means to teach jazz through mentorship.
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