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The Genographic Project  February 27, 2007

Where do you really come from? And how did you get where you are today? Our guest this hour, Dr. Spencer Wells and the National Geographic’s Genographic Project are tracing the pathways of human migration through DNA. According to recent …

The Art of Living  February 27, 2007

Can how a person lives strengthen society and lead to positive change in the world? The Art of Living Foundation is dedicated to serving society by strengthening the individual through programs that eliminate stress, create a sense of belonging, restore …

Beyond Dead Man Walking  February 26, 2007

The death penalty is and probably always will be controversial. One person who’s more familiar with the process than most is Sister Helen Prejean. Sister Prejean, whose work on Angola Prison’s death row was featured in the 1995 film “Dead …

Memory and History in Texas  February 26, 2007

Texas History is big. And there are many interpretations, but whose version is true? We’ll discuss the divergent views of our state’s history this hour with TCU Professor Gregg Cantrell and UNT Professor Elizabeth Hayes Turner – co-editors of “Lone …

The Current Wine Scene  February 22, 2007

How is the world of wine changing and what are the new wines on the horizon for 2007? We’ll cover the wine scene this hour with Paul Botamer, Wine and Beverage Director at The Mansion on Turtle Creek and Rebecca …

A Great American Secret  February 22, 2007

What do America’s foundations do with your money, and why won’t they tell you? Dr. Joel Fleishman, Professor of Law and Public Policy at Duke University, has spent almost 50 years working with, within, and around foundations and knows the …

The Resurgence of Roller Derby  February 21, 2007

Strap on your skates and pads and don’t forget your helmet or your nickname. Roller Derby is back and faster than ever. We’ll spend this hour with Melissa “Melicious” Joulwan, founding member of the Texas Rollergirls and author of the …

How spontaneous, imaginative activities lead to happier, healthier children  February 21, 2007

Remember when kids used to have time to play – time to actually go outside, make up games and really play? According to our guest this hour, Dr. David Elkind, play has a “central role in [the] healthy intellectual, social, …

Behind the Scenes at Cirque du Soleil  February 20, 2007

Have you seen Cirque du Soleil? Have you wondered what it’s like behind the scenes? How do the athletes, musicians and technicians make it work night after night? Our guests this hour are all participants in Corteo, the latest Cirque …

The Democratic Party – Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow  February 20, 2007

The 2008 Presidential Campaign is already underway and the field is already thick with candidates who want your vote and your donation. We’ll spend this hour with someone who knows all about the national political scene, former chairman of the …

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