Sonata Lee Narcisse

Associate Producer, 'To the Point' and 'Which Way, LA?'

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Sonata Lee Narcisse on KCRW

Guest host Madeleine Brand looks at the frosty relations between the US and Russia. Why are gay activists clamoring for a boycott of the Russian Winter Olympics?

Beyond Stoli and Snowden: The Rift between Russia and the US

Guest host Madeleine Brand looks at the frosty relations between the US and Russia. Why are gay activists clamoring for a boycott of the Russian Winter Olympics?

from To the Point

California continues to battle a federal order to reduce its prison population, while dealing with a hunger strike among prisoners over the use of solitary confinement.

California Prisons, Hunger Strikes and Overcrowding

California continues to battle a federal order to reduce its prison population, while dealing with a hunger strike among prisoners over the use of solitary confinement.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Is al Qaeda becoming more powerful? Two years after Osama bin Laden was killed, there are fears the terrorist group is planning attacks from Yemen and other countries.

Is al Qaeda a Real Threat?

Is al Qaeda becoming more powerful? Two years after Osama bin Laden was killed, there are fears the terrorist group is planning attacks from Yemen and other countries.

from To the Point

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