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Sunday, July 13
Jo-Anne McArthur

  An interview with photographer Jo-Anne McArthur, who has been documenting the plight of animals on all seven continents for over ten years. Her documentary project, We Animals, is internationally celebrated and over one hundred animal organizations, among them Igualdad Animal, Sea Shepherd and the Jane Goodall Institute, have benefited from her photography. Many organizations continue to work closely…

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Thursday, July 10
“Business Talk with Jim Campbell” – The Inside Story of the Rise and Fall of Merrill Lynch

The former CEO of Merrill Lynch International – and the son & namesake of one of the founding families of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith – Win Smith tells the inside story of the rise and fall of the iconic Wall Street institution – Merrill Lynch.

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Monday, June 30
“Business Talk with Jim Campbell” – 48 Hours That Ended the Cold War – with Reagan’s Arms Control Director

Looking back at Reagan and Gorbachev at Reykjavik – with Ken Adelman – Reagan’s Arms Control Director. A meeting that was first considered a failure then morphed into a critical component of ending the Cold War. This interview bookends last week’s show on the current tense state of US-Russian Affairs – and whether with Putin’s…

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Monday, June 23
“Business Talk with Jim Campbell” – Putin Invades Crimea. Is the Cold War Back on?

Former State Department and National Intelligence Officer and Russian expert at Georgetown, Angela Stent, on the limits of the US-Russian Partnership.

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fsck

demystifying technology and revealing greater truths about computing culture with Akshay, Tara and Teshika


Sunday, June 22
fsck 76: Metal Fever

Originally aired on March 30, 2014. We interviewed Renee Wu, author of a story in the Yale Scientific Journal titled “Metal Fever,” in which she explores the possibility that a scarcity of rare earth metals could curb technological progress. Read the full article here after you listen the the interview, which begins at 9:50 of this…

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