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    Tiananmen Revisited

    We’ll talk this hour with NPR correspondent Louisa Lim about the People’s Liberation Army’s massacre in Tiananmen Square 25 years ago.

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    The Ryan Express

    Nolan Ryan is one of the all-time greatest athletes to play in North Texas, and this hour Rob Goldman joins us to talk about how the Alvin, Texas, native built his Hall of Fame career.

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    Science Behind The Bar

    This hour, we’ll talk to Adam Rogers about the biology, chemistry and physics behind alcohol, which he writes about in his book, “Proof: The Science of Booze.”

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    What’s So Funny About That?

    Peter McGraw, director of the University of Colorado’s Humor Research Lab, joins us this hour to talk about what makes us laugh and his book “The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny.”

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    Sizing Up Our Seismic Activity

    We’ll talk this hour about the recent increase in North Texas earthquakes with SMU seismologist Brian Stump and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Lisa Song of Inside Climate News.

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    A Grand History

    This hour, we’ll speak to Kathy Goolsby and Jorja Gomez about Grand Prairie’s past and present.

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    Local Bookmarks

    With the convenience of ordering books online, how do local bookstores build a client base? This hour we’ll, speak with a few local store representatives about thriving among giants.

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    Spies Like Us

    This hour, we’ll speak with spy novelist Alan Furst about his latest tale of WWII espionage, Midnight in Europe.

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    A Conviction Corrected

    We’ll talk this hour about how the DPD became a model for how law enforcement handles eye witnesses with Joe Berlinger. He documents the story in the June 8 episode of The System with Joe Berlinger.

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    Boys To Men

    We’ll talk this hour with Judy Chu from the Program in Human Biology at Stanford University. She explores a recent two-year study in the new book When Boys Become Boys: Development, Relationships, and Masculinity.

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