WBUR-FM: Here & Now Podcast: Episodes

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
Supreme Court Conflict Of Interest
Treating Alzheimers
Super Bowl XLV
Professional Photographers
American Idol Chatter
The Other Welfare SSI
House GOP Shifts Focus
China President Continues US Visit
Slow Jobs Recovery Puzzles Experts
Boston Based Band Zili Misik
Lawyer Publishes List Of Accused Catholic Church Sex Abusers
Baby Boomers and Retirement
Deadly Toll On Marines in Fathomless Afghanistan
Bomb At Martin Luther King Jr Parade
A Peek Behind White House State Dinners
Fishing The Back 9
House Leaders and Healthcare Law, Jobs Favor Highly Educated, Hallucinogenic Herb Salvia, Pollster Frank Luntz, Muslim Mystic Rumi
GOP Controlled House; Electric Cars; Sudan; Remembering Martin Luther King
On today's podcast -- MIT professor discusses interactions between humans and technology; Arizona gun sales spike; a preview of this weekend's NFL playoffs; green energy jobs remain scarce; a primer on electronic etiquette; and artists revive steam power with a punk twis
On today's podcast -- recovering alcoholic calls on Alcoholics Anonymous to rethink 12-step program; college documents focus on personality of AZ shooter; controversy over Sarah Palin's 'blood libel' statement; Hezbollah topples Lebanese government; and food writer Diana Kennedy.
On today's podcast -- Haiti marks 1-year anniversary of earthquake; experts struggle to determine profile of AZ shooter; lame-duck IL lawmakers raise taxes; the environmental impact of a parking space; and "True Grit" plus other books adapted for film.
On today's podcast -- gun ownership and mental health; Guantanamo Bay detention center remains open; Haitian orphans find a home; Verizon lands the iPhone; and the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Families Mourn For Those Killed In Arizona;
Colleague of Congresswoman Giffords on Massacre in AZ;
Congress Suspends Debate After Arizona Rampage;
VP Faces Challenges On Trip To Pakistan;
How Heated Rhetoric Affects The Mentally Ill
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