Charlotte Duren

Producer, To the Point/Which Way LA?

Producer/KCRW Staff

Producer for To the Point and Which Way LA?; former producer at Jefferson Public Radio and KPCW in Salt Lake City

Charlotte Duren on KCRW

The Right to Life movement has changed its focus from overturning Roe v. Wade to regulating abortion clinics.

The Abortion Wars, Clinic by Clinic

The Right to Life movement has changed its focus from overturning Roe v. Wade to regulating abortion clinics.

from To the Point

In the latest installment of KCRW's Below the Ten series, the story of two families that migrated to the Antelope Valley — where housing costs less, but commuting back to the old…

The Long Commute

In the latest installment of KCRW's Below the Ten series, the story of two families that migrated to the Antelope Valley — where housing costs less, but commuting back to the old…

from Which Way, L.A.?

One major concern after the deadly attacks on Paris is that Western governments are losing the war against ISIS online.

Paris Attacks Reignite Surveillance Debate

One major concern after the deadly attacks on Paris is that Western governments are losing the war against ISIS online.

from To the Point

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