Station News & Events

1:27pm

Fri January 17, 2014
Station News & Events

Today on "Q" for 1-17-14

--  Author and Wellesley College economics professor PHILLIP LEVINE talks about his recent study showing that the MTV show "16 and Pregnant" lowered the birthrate among teen moms, and Slate journalist JESSICA GROSE provides a bigger picture cultural view of the program's impact.

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1:25pm

Fri January 17, 2014
Station News & Events

Pri's The World for 1-17-14

PRI's The World - with Host Marco Werman  

Like many, we're anticipating the President's speech this morning. In it, he'll detail new curbs on NSA surveillance.

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8:11am

Fri January 17, 2014
Station News & Events

MTSU On the Record Analyzes Impact of Youth on NAACP Progress

Bynum Thomas

The contributions of young people to the NAACP’s civil rights activism is the topic of the next “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

Host Gina Logue’s interview with Dr. Thomas Bynum, assistant professor of history, will air from 5:30 to 6 p.m. on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, Jan. 20, and from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 26.

Bynum is the author of “NAACP Youth and the Fight for Black Freedom: 1936-1965,” which chronicles how the country’s oldest civil rights group organized young adults into a force for social change.

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2:19pm

Thu January 16, 2014
Station News & Events

Q for 1-16-14

TODAY on "Q" 

--  New York Time reporter ALAN SCHWARTZ believes the overdiagnosis of ADHD is fuelled by the advertising and marketing practises of BIG PHARMA. And Canadian ADHD expert Dr. GABOR MATE  on how the phenomenon is an indication of a much bigger cultural problem.

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2:16pm

Thu January 16, 2014
Station News & Events

PRI's the World for 1-16-14

PRI's The World - with Host Marco Werman  

How does Homer Simpson say "D'oh!" in Spanish?

It's an excellent question, and we'll get the answer today when we feature some Mexican voice-over artists who dub cartoons and movies into Spanish. It turns out that Mexicans, who have long held pride of place as the go-to voice over folks in Latin America, are increasingly being replaced by other actors throughout the region.

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