Takes on the World's Jeff Blankfort will speak with Jamal Abdi, Policy Director of the National Iranian American Council, about the implications of President Obama's surprising decision not to veto legislation allowing Congress to review any agreement made between the US and its fellow Security Council members with Iran over curtailment of Tehran's nuclear enrichment program.
Reveal; Wednesday@ 1:00 PM
A look at law and disorder: Reveal and Center for Public Integrity investigate why more minorities and kids with special needs are ending up with felony charges for acting out in school. With The Seattle Times, Reveal uncovers a toxic aspect of being a police officer. We trace how people are piecing together semi-automatic weapons from gun parts they buy on eBay.
Invisibilia; Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
In "How to Become Batman," Alix and Lulu examine the surprising effect that our expectations can have on the people around us. You’ll hear how people’s expectations can influence how well a rat runs a maze. Plus, the story of a man who is blind and says expectations have helped him see. Yes. See. This journey is not without skeptics.
TUC Radio; Thursday @ 1:00 PM
The Beginning of the Nuclear Age Part 2: Enrico Fermi and Henry Moore.
Enrico Fermi's experiment, setting off the first nuclear chain reaction, provided the blueprint for the plutonium bomb. In his commemoration of this little known event that changed the world, the historian Iain Boal, describes the mindset of the early nuclear scientists and sketches the beginning of resistance to nuclear weapons.
Pride Radio Mendocino; Thursday @ 7:00 PM This Thursday Pride Radio Mendocino is "all mixed up". Tune in to hear what Corporal Cin has in store for you.
Consider This; Friday @ 9:00 AM
Join Stuart Campbell and his guest UCLA Distinguished Professor of Psychology Patricia Greenfield. Her research interest is in the relationship between culture and human development and they’ll be talking about her classic work, Mind and Media: The Effects of Television, Video Games, and Computers.
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