• Seth Horowitz

    How Hearing Shapes the Mind

    How do the sounds we hear affect our lives and why do we automatically focus on some sounds – like spoken words or music – and ignore others?

  • Ethan Chorin

    The Hidden History of the Libyan Revolution

    What led to the Libyan revolution, the ultimate collapse of the Gaddafi regime, and the events of September 11, 2012 which resulted in the death of four Americans including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens?

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    KERA’s “CEO” FEATURES SATISH GUPTA OF SB INTERNATIONAL

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 25, 2012 DALLAS/FORT WORTH – DALLAS/FORT WORTH – On the October episode of CEO, Satish Gupta, Founder and CEO of SB International, Inc., discusses the global reach of the steel company and the growing demand for SB products in the oil and gas industry. Gupta details the U.S. policy changes he says […]

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    “SCIENCE FRIDAY” ADDED TO KERA FM LINEUP

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 25, 2012 DALLAS/FORT WORTH – KERA 90.1 FM, the public radio affiliate for NPR in North Texas, is pleased to announce the addition of NPR’s Science Friday to the radio station’s Friday broadcasting lineup. The weekly call-in show will begin airing on KERA 90.1 FM on Friday, October 26 at 1:00 p.m. […]

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    Seeing As Artists See

    How does a great museum come to be and how is an incredible collection of art established, maintained, and cared for?

  • Constance Hale

    The Power of Verbs

    What’s so great about verbs and how did they enter the English language in the first place?

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