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WBUR-FM: Here & Now Podcast: Episodes

On today's podcast — Congress postpones recess to debate budget cuts; researcher rethinks anti-biotics; MA family spends year traveling abroad; a 9th-grade history class follows news in Egypt; and film critic Ty Burr on this year's Grammy-nominated short films.
On today's podcast — Bahrain military cracks down on protesters; a primer on Middle East countires in the news; MA Senator Scott Brown a childhood victim of sex abuse; GOP legislators say sell University of Iowa's Jackson Pollack 'Mural;' GOP governors attack labor unions; and author John Bemelmans ...
On today's podcast — President Obama's budget scrutinized; shooting of Pakistanis mar U.S. - Pakistan relations; inmate beating death at Riker's Island; and cooking with Alaska's fisherwomen.
On today's podcast — budget and foreign policy top President Obama's press conference; aid to states and cities and the budget; Great Lakes Restoration initiative faces propsed 25% funding cut; memer of anti-immigrant Minutemen convicted of murder in AZ; baseball great Stan Musial to receive Presidential ...
On today's podcast — human rights activists search for Egypt's missing; Egypt's youth movement; President Obama proposes budget cuts; Belgian marathon runner Stefaan Engels; and Valentine's Day music for the lovelorn.
On today's podcast — Egyptians celebrate as Mubarak resigns; Al Jazeera pitches English programming to U.S. cable outlets.
On today's podcast — updates from Egypt; India's ubiquitous gooseberry; GOP divided as CPAC begins; and composer Nico Muhly.
On today's podcast — the latest on protests in Egypt; new study shows that U.S. homegrown terrorism is rare; the beleaguered Cleveland Cavaliers; thousands of Post Offices to close; and Thomas Mallon, author of "Yours Ever: People and Their Letters."
On today's podcast — Protests continue in Egypt; lifetime annuities, reverse mortgages and retirement planning; Spiderman, the musical; southern Sudanese independence spark breakaway movements in Africa; and poet Elizabeth Bishop's centennial.
On today's podcast — the latest from Egypt; American far right spins conspiracy theories about protests in Egypt; Egypt and domestic U.S. politics; Julian Assange's extradition hearing; and the new CD, "Waylon: The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings."
On today's podcast — Egypt, day 10; buildings collapse beneath weight of snow and ice; author Evgeny Morozov on his new book, "The Net Delusion;" and commercially sponsored pre-game Superbowl shows.
On today's podcast — protests in Egypt intensify; post-Colonial order in Arab world begins to unravel; preview of this year's Superbowl; and climate change and unusual winter weather.
On today's podcast — pro- and anti-government protesters clash in Egypt; an update on this week's blizzard; and filmmaker Danny Boyle.
On today's podcast — Jordan and Israel track mounting protest in Egypt; this week's blizzard; NJ town clears snowy roads with pickle juice; and the science of hibernation.
On today's podcast — a former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and an Egyptian human rights activist discuss continuing protest in Egypt; a U.S.-based internet activists help Egyptian protesters elude government spying; and the screenwriter for the film, "The King's Speech."
Clashes Between Police And Protesters in Egypt
Australian Open
Revolt In Egypt
Afghanistan War Documentary Restrepo
Is College Worth It
Gay Rights Activists Killed
Boeings Future
Facebook and Egypt Firewall
Super Bowl Ads
Financial Commission Blames Watchdogs And Wall Street
Wisconsin Company Finds Business With China
Clawing Back State Aid
Healthcare Tax Credit
Turmoil Erupts in Egypt
Philosopher Love Advice
President Obamas State Of The Union; Letters; MTVs new show Skins; Oscar Nominations
Suicide Bombing In Moscow
China Healthcare
State Of Union
Rehab After Traumatic Brain Injury
Winters Bone
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