PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – Host Deborah Amos visits Iraq to examine whether the country is ready to stand on its own, a look at one of the thorniest and potentially destabilizing issues in the country-the status of the city of Kirkuk, Plus, interviews with Iraqi exiles here in the US about their new lives and if they plan to return home. Listen Friday at 8:00 on Public Radio HD1.
PUBLIC RADIO 89.5 HD1 – On the next Intelligence Squared, the Oxford style debate will examine the motion: Obama's Foreign Policy Spells America's Demise. Speakers for the motion are former Bush Administration Middle East policy advisor Dan Senor, and Mort Zuckerman, editor-in-chief of U.S. News and World Report. Speaking against the motion is: French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, and former NATO Supreme Commander Wesley Clark. Listen this Friday at 8:00 pm on Public Radio 89.5 HD1.
Public Radio Tulsa – This week's Documentary of the Week - Friday evening at 8:00 on Public Radio 89.5 HD1: the Oxford style debate will examine the motion "Organic Food Is Marketing Hype." Speakers for the motion are Hudson Institute's Dennis Avery, Missouri farmer Blake Hurst, and Chairman of the UK's Food Standards Agency John Krebs. Speaking against the motion is: Vogue food critic Jeffrey Steingarten, Urvashi Rangan, Director of Technical Policy for Consumers Union, and Charles Benbrook, the chief scientist at The Organic Center.
Public Radio Tulsa – The BBC is leveraging its presence around the globe to take the pulse of the planet and publish the results in The World Speaks, a new global poll that reveals what people think are the biggest issues facing the world today. What are other global citizens thinking?
Who knew there was so much music for morning? We start in the darkest moment of night as the sky starts to grow lighter - from jet black to inky blue/black - through dark indigo blue and right through to sunrise. This is a great theme with great music!
Daybreak for Marimba Ensemble: Jack Stamp Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp
Lauds Praise High Day, Ron Nelson Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin
Morning Music: Richard Rodney Bennett Philharmonia a Vent, John Boyd
Public Radio Tulsa – This Friday at 8:00 pm on Public Radio 89.5 HD1, The Really Big Questions will explore the latest thinking about consciousness, by looking at what the minds of nonhuman animals can tell us about human minds.
Public Radio Tulsa – A new Pew Research Center survey finds that nearly 80 percent of respondents say they can't trust Washington, and have little faith that the federal bureaucracy can solve the nation's ills. Director Andrew Kohut tells Steve Inskeep that only 22 percent said they can trust the federal government "almost always or most of the time."
Public Radio Tulsa – Yemen's on the brink. It's the poorest Arab nation, with a bulging youth population and a sagging economy. Making matters worse, al Qaeda's deeply woven into the national fabric, threatening Yemen, its neighbors, and the US. In this edition of America Abroad from PRI, we explore conditions on the ground, and ask how Yemen became such a fragile state.
Don't miss the Documentary of the Week this Friday at 8:00 pm.