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    Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse

    • Program: All Things Considered
    Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse probed the death of Eric Morse, a five-year-old boy thrown from the 14th-floor window of a Chicago housing project in October 1994.
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    Habeas Schmabeas

    • Program: This American Life
    Habeas Schmabeas was a radio program episode presented by This American Life.
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    Sisters in Pain

    Sisters in Pain is a radio documentary about three battered women sharing their riveting, intimate and honest stories of abuse, arrest, imprisonment, and, finally, freedom. It won a Peabody award in 2003.
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    Bebop

    Bebop

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    Bebop is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
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    Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions

    • Subjects: Gospel music
    Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions is a series of 26 programs that demonstrates the sacred traditions of 19th and 20th-century African-American music. This distinguished radio series carefully traces the origins of spiritual music to bring a clear understanding of how different styles of African-American song have blended together to create new sounds and new traditions.
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    The Battle of Lexington

    • Subjects: Battles of Lexington and Concord
    • Program: Two Hundred Years Ago Tonight
    The Battle of Lexington was an episode of television series "Two Hundred Years Ago Tonight."
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    Communism in the 70s

    • Subjects: Communism
    • Program: Second Sunday
    Communism in the 70s was an episode of the radio news documentary show, Second Sunday.
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    The Giant Pool of Money

    • Subjects: Global financial crisis of 2008–2009
    • Program: This American Life
    "The Giant Pool of Money" is an episode of the radio show This American Life which originally aired on May 9, 2008. The episode described to a general audience the causes and factors which led to the subprime mortgage crisis. Specifically, the show aimed to show the chain of people who were "participants up and down the subprime food chain". The show featured Adam Davidson, a business correspondent for National Public Radio and Alex Blumberg, a producer for the show, interviewing and reporting on the financial crisis. Blumberg described it as trying to answer the question “why are they lending money to people who can’t afford to pay it back?” The episode's name "The Giant Pool of Money" is derived from the description used in the show of fixed-income securities; it was identified in passing with the global saving glut. Davidson described it as follows: The show begins at a black tie gala, where an award is being presented for CDO of the year. The show does not lay blame on the financiers directly, going so far as to say "Let me just say, they’re aware that there’s a certain irony, giving awards to the instrument that almost destroyed the world’s economy. They did consider canceling
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    Fresh Air: May 21, 2002

    • Program: Fresh Air
    • Segments: We remember Paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould
    An episode of the radio program Fresh Air aired on May 21, 2002.
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    Peniel

    Peniel

    • Program: Peniel
    Peniel is a radio episode that aired on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of the Hornby Collection  series.
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    Fusion

    Fusion

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    Fusion is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
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    Missing White House Tapes

    • Program: The National Lampoon Radio Hour
    National Lampoon The Missing White House Tapes was a sketch comedy voice recording which was a satiric commentary on the Watergate scandal. It was a spin-off from National Lampoon magazine. The recording was produced by Irving Kirsch and Vic Dinnerstein. It was released as a single on Blue Thumb Records in 1973. In 1974 it was expanded into an album, which was subsequently nominated for a Grammy Award as Best Comedy Recording of the year. The single consisted of a doctored speech, in which Richard Nixon confesses culpability in the Watergate break-in. Side One of the album contains additional doctored recordings of Nixon's speeches and press conferences. Side Two contains sketches performed by John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Rhonda Coullet, and Tony Scheuten. SIDE ONE SIDE TWO
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    Halloween

    • Program: The Land of Poetry
    Halloween is an episode of the radio program The Land of Poetry.
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    Banks on the Brink

    • Subjects: Economics
    • Program: Second Sunday
    Banks on the Brink is an episode of the NBC Radio program Second Sunday.
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    What is Jazz?

    What is Jazz?

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    What is Jazz? is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History.
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    Lost & Found Sound

    • Program: All Things Considered
    Lost & Found Sound is a radio series heard over NPR's All Things Considered over the past three years. It won a Peabody award in 2002.
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    Millennium Anxiety

    • Subjects: Stephen Jay Gould
    • Program: Cambridge Forum
    Millennium Anxiety is an episode of the radio program Cambridge Forum.
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    Stravinsky '75

    • Subjects: Igor Stravinsky
    • Program: Music in Chicago
    Stravinsky '75 is an episode of the radio show, Music in Chicago.
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    Joe Frank: Work in Progress

    • Subjects: Religion
    Joe Frank: Work in Progress is a radio drama for the nineties and its subjects span contemporary concerns with humor, insight and irony and are matched by a mastery of modern production techniques.
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    Kevin's Sentence

    Kevin's Sentence is a radio documentary about the story of Kevin Hollinsky who, in 1994, was convicted of dangerous driving in an accident which resulted in the deaths of his two best friends.
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    The Missing Number 10 Downing Street

    • Program: The Goon Show
    The Missing Number 10 Downing Street is the title of an episode of The Goon Show. The episode opens with Neddie talking to the man in black (who is actually Guinness, the man in the white suit who fell down a coal hole) and his secretary (Ray Ellington). The proper story begins on Christmas Eve, 1953. Inspector Seagoon is checking with a police officer on the beat - Will "Mate" Cobblers. He reveals that 10 Downing Street has been stolen so Seagoon, Eccles, Bloodnok and Bluebottle head to France to find the missing building. The episode ends with Wallace Greenslade announcing the end. Neddie interjects with, "Whoa, you can't leave the British cabinet in the middle of a forest in France!" Wallace replies by saying, "Can you think of a better place to leave them?"
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    Tobacco Stories

    Tobacco Stories is an investigative report on tobacco manufacturing and use in the United States. National Public Radio's investigation prompted the tobacco industry to release the full list of chemical additives used in cigarette production. Congressional hearings and investigations by the Food and Drug Administration followed.
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    Questioning the Millenium

    • Subjects: Stephen Jay Gould
    • Program: All Things Considered
    • Segments: Robert talks with noted author and paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould
    Questioning the Millenium is an episode of the the radio program All Things Considered, and was aired on September 29, 1997.
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    Manicu's Story: The War in Mozambique

    Manicu's Story: The War in Mozambique is the story of one small boy, Manicu, as he travels from an orphanage in a dangerous part of the country to a refugee camp, hoping to be reunited with his family.
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    Stories of Home

    Stories of Home is a collection of personal stories on the different meanings of "home." It won a Peabody award in 2002.
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    Swing

    Swing

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    Swing is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History.
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    Schizophrenia: Voices of an Illness

    • Subjects: Schizophrenia
    • Program: Voices of an Illness
    Schizophrenia: Voices of an Illness chronicles the realities of this serious psychiatric illness, Schizophrenia, through the voices of its sufferers and makes important information accessible.
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    Prebop

    Prebop

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    Prebop is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History.
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    Mental Anguish and the Military

    • Subjects: Post-traumatic stress disorder
    • Program: All Things Considered
    Mental Anguish and the Military was a radio program episode presented by NPR's All Thing Considered.
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    • Program: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge
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    Carl Sandburg at Connemara

    • Subjects: Carl Sandburg
    • Program: Signature
    Carl Sandburg at Connemara is an episode from the Signature  television series from the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
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    Export Controls

    • Program: File on 4
    File On 4 is a long-running current affairs documentary strand broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Their report, Export Controls is an investigation which revealed how other rogue nations, including Iran, had illicitly procured sensitive equipment from British companies for use in their nuclear arms programs. It won a Peabody in 2002.
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    Harlem-Stride

    Harlem-Stride

    • Program: Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History
    Harlem-Stride is an episode of Taylor Made Piano: a Jazz History.
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    On Trial: The Man in the Middle

    • Program: Second Sunday
    On Trial: The Man in the Middle was an episode of the radio show, Second Sunday.  The episode featured a court trail with the person on trial being the symbol for the generation in America of the 1960s-the Silent Majority.  His three college-age children are the plaintiffs. The jury, which is the radio audience, listens both to the prosecution and to the defense and, at the end of the program, they record their verdict
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