New Orleans: 'The Big Uneasy'

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Five years after Katrina, there's still dispute about how big the storm was, what caused the flooding and what should be done to protect New Orleans in the future.  We hear how the arguments are laid out in the new film The Big Uneasy, by humorist-turned-investigative reporter Harry Shearer and others. Also Ben Bernanke says the Federal Reserve can do more for the economy, and two of Frank Lloyd Wright's experimental textile-block houses are on sale in Los Angeles for about half their original asking prices. But there are conditions…

Banner image: A resident uses a board to paddle through flood waters in New Orleans 30 August 2005 following Hurricane Katrina. Photo: James Nielsen/AFP/Getty Images

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Sonya Geis