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January 01, 1990 - December 06, 2012 + Politics of Culture

Both Sides of The Passion listen

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Mel Gibson has produced a controversial film about the last 12 hours of Christ's life. It's creating a stir with its graphic depiction of his...

The National Endowment for the Arts listen

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Perennially threatened with extinction under Republican administrations, The National Endowment for the Arts' budget has been increased by $10 million. How'd that happen? Meet the...

The BBC under Fire listen

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In England and around the world, the BBC has a towering reputation as a beacon of broadcast journalism. But the beam may be dimming as...

The Way We Web Now listen

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Whether or not all its futuristic promises have been delivered, the current state of the Internet has had a profound effect on our lives today....

FCC Deregulation listen

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The Federal Communications Commission has lifted the cap on the number of radio and TV stations that can be owned in a single market. A...

The Neo-Cons and the Republican Right listen

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Who are the neo-conservatives, and how unified is the Republican right? General Manager Ruth Seymour finds out, in a conversation with conservative David Frum and...

Achilles Rizzoli listen

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A documentary special on a reclusive and enigmatic artist, whose story is stranger than fiction....The intricate, mystical, soaring drawings of Achilles Rizzoli, who thought of...

Anti-Semitism in France listen

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Marie Brenner has written an expose of a subject kept in the closet by the government, journalists and citizens of France. KCRW General Manager Ruth...

Laugh Tracks listen

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A delightful take on that survival kit called a sense of humor. Helen Borten tours New York's ethnic borscht belt and gets a taste of...

Humanitarian Relief and the Politics of NGO's listen

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Non-governmental organizations have been struggling with the idea of accepting money for relief assistance in Iraq from the US government with the Pentagon at the...

Reporting the News from Brutal Dictatorships listen

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Recently, CNN's chief news executive wrote in the New York Times about 13 trips he'd made to Iraq over the last decade to lobby the...

Covering the Iraq War listen

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Since it began on March 19, the US-led war in Iraq has been broadcast 24/7 on media outlets throughout the world, the sort of war...

Love and War listen

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Four married couples share their insights and feelings in a candid and intimate portrait of professional soldiers trying to reconcile the disparate worlds of love...

Arianna Huffington on Corporate Corruption listen

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She's migrated from the right to somewhere beyond on the political spectrum. Now witness the full fury of her righteous anger -- at corporate greed...

The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush listen

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From David Frum, the man who helped coin the controversial phrase "axis of evil," comes the New York Times bestselling book, The Right Man: The...