Program Showcase

Music Without Borders with Joel Cohen 07/31/2017

Jul 31, 2017

10:02AM-10:35AM (33:14) Atsushi Sakaï, Christophe Rousset & Marion Martineau “Première Suite for Bass Viola da Gamba: I Allemande: La Laborde; II La Forqueray; III La Cottin; IV La Bellemont; V La Portugaise; VI La Couperin” composed by Antoine Forqueray from Forqueray (2015) on Aparte

Music Without Borders with Joel Cohen 07/17/2017

Jul 17, 2017

10:06AM-10:10AM (4:31) Ralph Towner “Pilgrim” composed by Ralph Towner from My Foolish Heart (2017) on ecm New

10:12AM-10:15AM (3:00) Judith Farmer & Nic Gerpe “Flurry” composed by Gernot Wolfgang from Gernot Wolfgang: Passing Through on Albany Records

Friday July 14th at 9 a.m. Pacific daylight time on Politics: A Love Story, Bob Bushansky interviews Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office and current president of the American Action Forum policy institute, a conservative think tank. They discuss a study that Holtz-Eakin oversaw during his CBO tenure from 2003 to 2005 that concluded that tax cuts to stimulate the economy usually do not pay for themselves and actually lose the economy 50-70 cents for each dollar cut.

What’s the fastest, most efficient route from farm to table?