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Episode Days before Oscar nominations, the race is still murky
Oscar nominations will be announced on January 23, and normally at this point in the awards season there's a clear frontrunner or two for best picture, but this year, the indicators all are over the place.
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Episode What being American meant to Martin Luther King
This was the week the nation observed the birthday and celebrated the achievements of Martin Luther King. But, despite what he accomplished, King himself felt unfulfilled up to the time he was murdered. His goals had not been yet been met as told by David Garrow, King’s Pulitzer Prize winning biographer. Garrow’s anecdotes and insights include what was likely King’s greatest disappointment.
Episode Isabel Allende: In the Midst of Winter
Storytelling queen Isabel Allende wrote a time-crossing, culture-hopping chamber piecethat gives faces to immigration during these dark times for literature, In the Midst of Winter.
Episode Justice for Farmworkers
Conditions for agricultural laborers in the US have been described by the UN as “appalling." But tomato workers in Florida have won their freedom from virtual slave labor.
Episode A story of abuse and neglect raises questions about homeschooling
The house in the Inland Empire where 13 kids and adults were being imprisoned and abused was licensed as a home school. Almost anyone can operate a home school in California. We look at why these schools are so loosely regulated.
Episode Santa Ana River's homeless population faces eviction
People living in hundreds of makeshift shelters and tents along the Santa Ana River are getting ready to be moved.
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Episode Love and Science
The world's top student scientists converge at the Olympics of science fairs.
Episode ECMAScript program HBM090: Two Small Creatures with Human Eyes
Natural history museums are art galleries. Scientifically focussed art galleries, but art galleries nonetheless.
Episode A White House filled with 'gobsmacking dysfunction'
What does author Michael Wolff make of the president’s reaction to his book “Fire and Fury?” We talk to him about his time inside the White House, and what Steve Bannon might say to Robert Mueller’s investigators.
Episode application/x-troff-me The Art of Crime
Edward talks headline news and a current exhibition examining crime and art.
Episode Playing politics with the Census
The 2020 Census may include a question that hasn't been there in more than half a century: your citizenship. That's not jiving with a number of cities and counties, including in Los Angeles.
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Episode Dee Rees: “Mudbound”
Director Dee Rees discusses her unintentionally autobiographical film “Mudbound”.
Episode Catherine Opie's "The Modernist," Mike Kelley’s “Kandors”
LA photographer Cathy Opie has made a short film about an arsonist who loves mid-century-modern LA houses so much, he’s driven to destroy them. And the late LA artist Mike Kelley was obsessed with Kandor, Superman's hometown on the planet Krypton. Both artists address the utopian ideals of modernist architecture, and what happens when those ideals fail to materialize.
Episode Remembering radio legend Joe Frank
Radio great Joe Frank has died. He had a long radio career, including decades at KCRW. Frank’s storytelling influenced many young radio journalists, who had never heard anything quite like him before. This includes ‘This American Life’ host, Ira Glass, who shares what it was like to be a young production assistant for Frank.
Episode OC to Move Homeless Away from Santa Ana River
County announces riverbanks shut down for months for construction—but some cry foul
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Episode Troff document Lebanese director Ziad Doueiri on Oscar-shortlisted 'The Insult'
In 2012, director Ziad Doueiri broke Lebanese law by shooting a movie in Israel. His latest film,‘The Insult,’ has nothing to do with Israel, but Doueiri still has enemies in the Middle East who tried to stop the release of this movie. They failed, and now 'The Insult' is shortlisted for Oscar in the foreign language category and a box-office hit in Lebanon.
Episode Influenza: 2018
We certainly could do much better with our approach to the flu.
Episode The Farm Show
Farmers serve as the backbone of our society. As policy, the climate, and the country’s needs change, we are shining a spotlight on some of the greatest challenges facing the agricultural community: new legislation, modern farm life, escalating suicide rates amongst farmers, and more. Join us.
Episode Paddington 2
When the little guy with the floppy red hat and a fondness for orange marmalade first appeared on the feature screen three years ago this month, he seemed like a gift from the movie gods in a traditionally lean season. Now he and his creators have outdone themselves. One lovely sequence finds Paddington inside the London of an antique pop-up book, but lovely sequences keep popping up with remarkable frequency.
Episode object code Trapped by mud in Montecito
A tragic mudslide in the coastal Santa Barbara community of Montecito has left over a dozen people dead and missing. The destruction is only beginning to be measured. As search and rescue teams continue to comb through debris looking for survivors and recovering bodies, we speak to those affected and seek answers about evacuation orders and emergency alerts from county officials.
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Episode D source code Left, Right & Uncensored
A certain word allegedly uttered by the president dominates the headlines as the DACA deal derails.
Episode Rep. Karen Bass on Trump's profane immigration remarks
Lawmakers on Thursday talked about protecting immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and African countries. That’s when President Trump reportedly asked why the US accepts people from “shithole countries.” Rep. Karen Bass shares her reaction. She’s going to Africa next week and will have to manage angry reactions from leaders there.
Episode object code Peter Edelman: Not a Crime to be Poor (part two)
The Georgetown Law professor and director of the Georgetown Center for Poverty and Inequality talks about his most recent book.
Episode Reporting from a mudslide
KCRW's Steve Chiotakis speaks with KCRW's Kathryn Barnes and Santa Barbara Independent's Keith Hamm about how a rain storm escalated into a deadly disaster in Montecito.
Episode The premature death of a dream
Poor Dog Group’s show “Group Therapy” is a quiet, incomplete window into what happens when an artistic dream confronts the difficulty of time.

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