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WBUR-FM: Here & Now Podcast: Episodes

Pentagon warns of stalemate in Libya; Time magazine report on cutting $1 trillion in defense spending; the NYT's Anthony Shadid live from Lebanon; alarm fatigue in hospitals; British singing sensation Eliza Doolittle.
Two photojournalists killed yesterday in Libya; taunting as part of political rhetoric; BBC update from Pakistan; peanut allergies; a life memoir in six words.
France and Italy to send military advisors to Libyan rebels; preserving your online life after death; cotton becoming scarce and expensive; drilling, spills and capping 1 year after the BP oil disaster; and the new HBO documentary, "Pelican 895."
HBO spotlights the rehabilitation of a brown penguin injured in the BP oil disaster.
France and Italy to send military advisors to Libyan rebels; preserving your online life after death; cotton becoming scarce and expensive; drilling, spills and capping 1 year after the BP oil disaster; and the new HBO documentary, "Pelican 895."
The BP oil spill one year later; deposed dictators on the run; author and philanthropist Greg Mortensen accused of fraud, fabrication; gospel music family, The Oladipo Sisters.
Tornados ravage Southern towns; the Mau Mau case from the 1950's heads to court; parents of reporter missing in Libya await news; the 115th Boston Marathon; and Dave Ghrol of The Foo Fighters remembers Kurt Cobain and the band, Nirvana.
Gulf businesses still struggling one year after the BP oil spill; new drilling in Gulf to begin amid concerns; the Bay of Pigs 50 years later; the rise of the new global elite; new interpretation of Brian Eno's "Music for Airports" and other modernist music at MIT.
Obama Deficit Speech Revs Up Budget Battles, Jump Starts 2012 Campaigns; Factory Jobs Come Back To US; Cost Benefit Analysis Of The Royal Wedding; In Afghanistan, Journalism Grows Along With Challenges; Billie Jean King And Women Sports
President Obama outlines proposal for defecit reduction; Rolling Stone reports on U.S. soldiers charged with murder of Afghan civilians; Libya TV, independent news from Libyan opposition; India pushes ahead with plans for nuclear energy; HBO's "The Wire" part of college race curricula.
NATO under fire over Libya; Google looks ahead to smart cars and more; banks and regulators reach new deal on foreclosures; Pakistani journalist Wajahat Khan; and concerts for the deaf.
Historian Adam Goodheart, author of the book, "1861: The Civil War Awakening," discusses the start of the Civil War on April 12, 1961.
Debt ceiling next battle in budget war; Tea Party targets school boards; refugees in Libya; Japan one month later; Linda Hoagland on her film, "ANPO: Art X War;" and historian Adam Goodheart on the Civil War at 150 years.
Federal government shutdown looms; 2012 campaign spending to break records; Recaptcha helps digitize old books; listener letters; Tiger mom's daughter admitted to Harvard; the band Buffalo Tom.
New earthquake hits Japan; psychoanalysis of Qaddafi; Libyan rebels seek more help from NATO; Fort Sumter to fall again if government shuts down; manufacturing supply chain fractured after earthquakes in Japan; and James Tabor, author of "Blind Descent: The Quest To Discover the Deepest Cave on Earth."
Federal government faces shutdown this Friday; clergy sex abuse crimes rooted in Ireland; GOP proposes radically smaller government in long-term budget; and keyboardist Nicky Hopkins.
Government shutdown looms; the Monitor Group defends its work in Libya; new Japanese nuclear scare; and Helping Hands, a program that provides monkeys for the disabled.
Southwest Airlines jets grounded amid fears of subsurface cracks in aircraft; Boston's Irish-Punk band, The Dropkick Murphys; Gallup poll reveals public support of government-sector unions; NH seeks to curb public unions; and a Gold Star father memorializes son with quilts.
Diplomacy and shifting front lines in Libya; New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks; lessons on post-disaster rebuilding from Greensburg, KS; Irish banking crisis deepens; brackets and the NCAA Final Four; public radio station turns over airwaves to Twitter; and Berklee College of Music students create ...
CIA teams on the ground in Libya; online K-12 classrooms; maple syrup season begins; the anti-nuclear movement in Japan; and an independent logger from New Hampshire.
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