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Saturday 11/1
1:00 am – 4:00 am On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

R.L. Stine | Wes Craven More than 20 years ago, Scholastic introduced young readers to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Often called the "Stephen King of children's literature," author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced us to Freddy Kruger in "A Nightmare on Elm Street." Craven is also the creator of the "Scream" movies which pokes fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary itself. He talks about those films - the remake of his 1977 classic The Hills Have Eyes – and about making a career of frightening people.

5:00 am – 6:00 am Interfaith Voices
Interfaith Voices

Interfaith Voices with host Maureen Feidler

6:00 am – 7:00 am Boston University: World of Ideas
Boston University: World of Ideas

Boston University: World of Ideas

7:00 am – 8:00 am Only a Game
Only a Game

An award-winning weekly sports magazine hosted by veteran NPR commentator Bill Littlefield, Only A Game is radio for the serious sports fan and the steadfast sports avoider. Produced by WBUR in Boston, Only A Game puts sports in perspective with intelligent analysis, insightful interviews, and a keen sense humor.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Bob Edwards Weekend
Bob Edwards Weekend

HOUR 1: Writer and editor Mitch Horowitz is a scholar and expert on the occult. His latest book Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation explains how the esoteric movement spread throughout America and what its impact is on our nation today. Then, in his memoir, Open: An Autobiography, Andre Agassi goes well beyond his on-court wins and losses to reveal some big secrets, like how much he hated tennis during the early years of his career. Agassi won eight Grand Slam singles titles before retiring in 2006. HOUR 2: In 1992, young readers were introduced to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced Freddy Kruger in A Nightmare on Elm Street. Craven is also the creator of the Scream movies which poked fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary themselves. Craven talks about those films and his career of frightening audiences.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 am – 1:00 pm Whad'Ya Know
Whad'Ya Know

Test your knowledge on a bevy of topics that straddle the line of insignificant and important. Host and quiz master Michael Feldman opens the show with All the News That Isn't, a brief monologue that showcases his signature political and social satire. He and his crew then move on to offbeat interviews, quick-witted banter and a hilarious "Whad'Ya Know?" quiz every hour.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Live Wire!
Live Wire!

Hosted by Luke Burbank, Live Wire is radio variety for the attention span challenged. It's music from up-and-coming bands, original comedy, performance and scintillating interviews with writers, filmmakers, comedians and people who think cool thoughts.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Studio 360
Studio 360

Delve deep into the ever-changing cultural landscape with novelist and co-founder of legendary "Spy" magazine, Kurt Andersen. Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC is public radio's smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Andersen introduces you to the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy - so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand or the song that will change your life.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm 51%
51%

Whether it's the environment, health, our children, politics or the arts, there's a women's perspective, and 51% is a show dedicated to that viewpoint. Susan Barnett talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of the issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Only a Game
Only a Game

An award-winning weekly sports magazine hosted by veteran NPR commentator Bill Littlefield, Only A Game is radio for the serious sports fan and the steadfast sports avoider. Produced by WBUR in Boston, Only A Game puts sports in perspective with intelligent analysis, insightful interviews, and a keen sense humor.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Living on Earth
Living on Earth

Living on Earth examines all sides of today's most important environmental concerns. Leading environmental experts and journalists join the discussion each week with compelling features and commentary on how culture, economics and technology shape the world around us.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Boston University: World of Ideas
Boston University: World of Ideas

Boston University: World of Ideas

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Studio 360
Studio 360

Delve deep into the ever-changing cultural landscape with novelist and co-founder of legendary "Spy" magazine, Kurt Andersen. Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC is public radio's smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Andersen introduces you to the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy - so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand or the song that will change your life.

9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Science Friday
Science Friday

Panels of expert guests join Science Friday's host, Ira Flatow, a veteran science journalist, to discuss science - and to take questions from listeners during the call-in portion of the program.

11:00 pm – Saturday Midnight Selected Shorts
Selected Shorts

"Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story" presents some of the finest artists in American theater and screen reading short fiction by classic, contemporary and bold new writers. Each program is recorded live at Peter Norton Symphony Space in Manhattan. Distributed by PRI, Public Radio International.

Sunday 11/2
12:00 am – 1:00 am This Just In!
This Just In!

The story of News and the people behind the headlines. Presented by the Newseum in Washington DC and The GW Global Media Institute. Hosted by Sam Litzinger.

1:00 am – 1:00 am National Geographic Weekend
National Geographic Weekend

Join host Boyd Matson and some of the greatest explorers on the planet for the adventure of a lifetime as National Geographic takes you to the far corners of the planet and the hidden corners of your own backyard. Spend your weekend exploring with National Geographic.

1:00 am – 2:00 am National Geographic Weekend
National Geographic Weekend

Join host Boyd Matson and some of the greatest explorers on the planet for the adventure of a lifetime as National Geographic takes you to the far corners of the planet and the hidden corners of your own backyard. Spend your weekend exploring with National Geographic.

2:00 am – 2:30 am Living on Earth Extra
Living on Earth Extra

Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program distributed by Public Radio International featuring interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues

2:30 am – 3:00 am Planetary Radio
Planetary Radio

Planetary Radio

3:00 am – 4:00 am Studio 360
Studio 360

Delve deep into the ever-changing cultural landscape with novelist and co-founder of legendary "Spy" magazine, Kurt Andersen. Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC is public radio's smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Andersen introduces you to the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy - so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand or the song that will change your life.

4:00 am – 5:00 am Interfaith Voices
Interfaith Voices

Interfaith Voices with host Maureen Feidler

5:00 am – 7:00 am Bob Edwards Weekend
Bob Edwards Weekend

HOUR 1: Writer and editor Mitch Horowitz is a scholar and expert on the occult. His latest book Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation explains how the esoteric movement spread throughout America and what its impact is on our nation today. Then, in his memoir, Open: An Autobiography, Andre Agassi goes well beyond his on-court wins and losses to reveal some big secrets, like how much he hated tennis during the early years of his career. Agassi won eight Grand Slam singles titles before retiring in 2006. HOUR 2: In 1992, young readers were introduced to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced Freddy Kruger in A Nightmare on Elm Street. Craven is also the creator of the Scream movies which poked fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary themselves. Craven talks about those films and his career of frightening audiences.

7:00 am – 9:00 am To the Best of Our Knowledge
To the Best of Our Knowledge

To the Best of our Knowledge is an audio magazine of ideas - two hours of smart, entertaining radio for people with curious minds. Produced by Wisconsin Public Radio and distributed by PRI, Public Radio International.

9:00 am – 11:00 am Whad'Ya Know
Whad'Ya Know

Test your knowledge on a bevy of topics that straddle the line of insignificant and important. Host and quiz master Michael Feldman opens the show with All the News That Isn't, a brief monologue that showcases his signature political and social satire. He and his crew then move on to offbeat interviews, quick-witted banter and a hilarious "Whad'Ya Know?" quiz every hour.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm This Just In!
This Just In!

The story of News and the people behind the headlines. Presented by the Newseum in Washington DC and The GW Global Media Institute. Hosted by Sam Litzinger.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm National Geographic Weekend
National Geographic Weekend

Join host Boyd Matson and some of the greatest explorers on the planet for the adventure of a lifetime as National Geographic takes you to the far corners of the planet and the hidden corners of your own backyard. Spend your weekend exploring with National Geographic.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Innovation Hub
Innovation Hub

Innovation Hub features today's most creative thinkers - from authors to researchers to business leaders. It explores new avenues in education, science, medicine, transportation, and more.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Mimi Geerges Show
The Mimi Geerges Show

A weekly one-hour interview series featuring the country's leading experts, authors, scientists and entertainers. Each show is designed to present a diversity of views on a wide array of topics. Join Mimi as she strives to provide listeners with the information and insight to form their own views and their own opinions.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm The Tavis Smiley Show
The Tavis Smiley Show

Hear from all sides of the issues each week on "The Tavis Smiley Show," from PRI, Public Radio International. Smiley brings you a unique blend of news and newsmakers in an expanded conversation on the subjects that matter to you: politics, health, finance, sports, technology and pop culture. Regular commentators help explore these issues from diverse points of view in a high-energy give-and-take format that keeps you engaged.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Live Wire!
Live Wire!

Hosted by Luke Burbank, Live Wire is radio variety for the attention span challenged. It's music from up-and-coming bands, original comedy, performance and scintillating interviews with writers, filmmakers, comedians and people who think cool thoughts.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm 51%
51%

Whether it's the environment, health, our children, politics or the arts, there's a women's perspective, and 51% is a show dedicated to that viewpoint. Susan Barnett talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of the issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm Let's Consider The Source
Let's Consider The Source

Let's Consider the Source is a weekly talk show focusing on the nation's most important and interesting media issues. Each week, Caldwell College Communication Arts Professor Bob Mann interviews writers, academic, and industry newsmakers who comment on topics ranging from political coverage to controversial new films.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Living on Earth
Living on Earth

Living on Earth examines all sides of today's most important environmental concerns. Leading environmental experts and journalists join the discussion each week with compelling features and commentary on how culture, economics and technology shape the world around us.

9:00 pm – 9:30 pm Living on Earth Extra
Living on Earth Extra

Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program distributed by Public Radio International featuring interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues

9:30 pm – 10:00 pm Planetary Radio
Planetary Radio

Planetary Radio

10:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Bob Edwards Weekend
Bob Edwards Weekend

HOUR 1: Writer and editor Mitch Horowitz is a scholar and expert on the occult. His latest book Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation explains how the esoteric movement spread throughout America and what its impact is on our nation today. Then, in his memoir, Open: An Autobiography, Andre Agassi goes well beyond his on-court wins and losses to reveal some big secrets, like how much he hated tennis during the early years of his career. Agassi won eight Grand Slam singles titles before retiring in 2006. HOUR 2: In 1992, young readers were introduced to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced Freddy Kruger in A Nightmare on Elm Street. Craven is also the creator of the Scream movies which poked fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary themselves. Craven talks about those films and his career of frightening audiences.

Monday 11/3
12:00 am – 1:00 am Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

1:00 am – 2:00 am Selected Shorts
Selected Shorts

"Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story" presents some of the finest artists in American theater and screen reading short fiction by classic, contemporary and bold new writers. Each program is recorded live at Peter Norton Symphony Space in Manhattan. Distributed by PRI, Public Radio International.

2:00 am – 3:00 am Studio 360
Studio 360

Delve deep into the ever-changing cultural landscape with novelist and co-founder of legendary "Spy" magazine, Kurt Andersen. Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC is public radio's smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Andersen introduces you to the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy - so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand or the song that will change your life.

3:00 am – 5:00 am Bob Edwards Weekend
Bob Edwards Weekend

HOUR 1: Writer and editor Mitch Horowitz is a scholar and expert on the occult. His latest book Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation explains how the esoteric movement spread throughout America and what its impact is on our nation today. Then, in his memoir, Open: An Autobiography, Andre Agassi goes well beyond his on-court wins and losses to reveal some big secrets, like how much he hated tennis during the early years of his career. Agassi won eight Grand Slam singles titles before retiring in 2006. HOUR 2: In 1992, young readers were introduced to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced Freddy Kruger in A Nightmare on Elm Street. Craven is also the creator of the Scream movies which poked fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary themselves. Craven talks about those films and his career of frightening audiences.

5:00 am – 6:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

R.L. Stine | Wes Craven More than 20 years ago, Scholastic introduced young readers to a new series called Goosebumps. These creepy stories soon became one of the best-selling children’s series of all times, with over 300 million books sold. Often called the "Stephen King of children's literature," author R.L. Stine talks with Bob about the trick of scaring kids and getting them hooked on the treat of reading. Then, Bob speaks with director Wes Craven, the man who introduced us to Freddy Kruger in "A Nightmare on Elm Street." Craven is also the creator of the "Scream" movies which pokes fun at the horror genre while managing to be plenty scary itself. He talks about those films - the remake of his 1977 classic The Hills Have Eyes – and about making a career of frightening people.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

8:00 am – 9:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

10:00 am – 11:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Here and Now
Here and Now

Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Takeaway
The Takeaway

The Takeaway is a new morning news service from PRI, Public Radio International and WNYC Radio New York. The program draws upon the resources of a talented staff of journalists, as well as the authoritative national and international resources of two of the world's most trusted news sources: The BBC and The New York Times.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PRI's The World
PRI's The World

PRI's "The World" is a one-hour, weekday radio news magazine offering a mix of news, features, interviews, and music from around the globe. Hosted by Lisa Mullins in Boston, it is the first global radio news program developed specifically for an American audience. The program presents listeners with a different perspective of the world's people, events and trends. Drawing on its unique global network of international correspondents, PRI's "The World" paints a broader picture of international events by reporting on a range of topics, including science, business, technology, sports, art, culture and music.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm Let's Consider The Source
Let's Consider The Source

Let's Consider the Source is a weekly talk show focusing on the nation's most important and interesting media issues. Each week, Caldwell College Communication Arts Professor Bob Mann interviews writers, academic, and industry newsmakers who comment on topics ranging from political coverage to controversial new films.

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm The Business
The Business

The Business is public radio's show about the business of show business, hosted by Kim Masters, Editor at Large of The Hollywood Reporter.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 pm – Monday Midnight Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

Tuesday 11/4
12:00 am – 1:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

1:00 am – 4:00 am On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

5:00 am – 6:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Bob speaks with classical pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost the use of his right hand to a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. We begin with their 2004 conversation, recorded just a few weeks after the release of Two Hands, Fleisher’s first solo piano recording in decades. An experimental treatment involving injections of Botox relieved his condition enough to allow Fleisher to perform with both hands once again. Then - an encore interview with the maestro, from 2006 about his follow up release titled The Journey.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

8:00 am – 9:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

10:00 am – 11:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Here and Now
Here and Now

Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Takeaway
The Takeaway

The Takeaway is a new morning news service from PRI, Public Radio International and WNYC Radio New York. The program draws upon the resources of a talented staff of journalists, as well as the authoritative national and international resources of two of the world's most trusted news sources: The BBC and The New York Times.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PRI's The World
PRI's The World

PRI's "The World" is a one-hour, weekday radio news magazine offering a mix of news, features, interviews, and music from around the globe. Hosted by Lisa Mullins in Boston, it is the first global radio news program developed specifically for an American audience. The program presents listeners with a different perspective of the world's people, events and trends. Drawing on its unique global network of international correspondents, PRI's "The World" paints a broader picture of international events by reporting on a range of topics, including science, business, technology, sports, art, culture and music.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm 51%
51%

Whether it's the environment, health, our children, politics or the arts, there's a women's perspective, and 51% is a show dedicated to that viewpoint. Susan Barnett talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of the issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm Unfictional
Unfictional

Unfictional is a program of storytellers and documentaries that cover the ground between the sophisticated and the profane. The show features both captivating stories of real life told by talented writers and performers, along with documentaries from the most talented producers in the nation.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

Wednesday 11/5
12:00 am – 1:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

1:00 am – 4:00 am On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

5:00 am – 6:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

We begin with a listener request. One simple question, "why does my foot hurt?" sent journalist and running enthusiast Christopher McDougall around the globe. In his quest, McDougall ran endurance races across America, visited science labs at Harvard, and spent time with a tribe in Mexico’s Copper Canyons, whose speed and health could match any Olympic marathoner. McDougall’s book is titled Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Then, born Edward Kennedy Ellington in 1899, the young man who would become the greatest jazz composer of the 20th Century acquired the name “Duke” because he had a “princely” manner of dress and attitude. Terry Teachout, drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, traces Ellington’s complex life story and his music in the richly-drawn biography titled Duke. It comes out in paperback today.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

8:00 am – 9:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

10:00 am – 11:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Here and Now
Here and Now

Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Takeaway
The Takeaway

The Takeaway is a new morning news service from PRI, Public Radio International and WNYC Radio New York. The program draws upon the resources of a talented staff of journalists, as well as the authoritative national and international resources of two of the world's most trusted news sources: The BBC and The New York Times.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PRI's The World
PRI's The World

PRI's "The World" is a one-hour, weekday radio news magazine offering a mix of news, features, interviews, and music from around the globe. Hosted by Lisa Mullins in Boston, it is the first global radio news program developed specifically for an American audience. The program presents listeners with a different perspective of the world's people, events and trends. Drawing on its unique global network of international correspondents, PRI's "The World" paints a broader picture of international events by reporting on a range of topics, including science, business, technology, sports, art, culture and music.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm Planetary Radio
Planetary Radio

Planetary Radio

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm The Treatment
The Treatment

A "treatment," in Hollywood parlance, is a concise overview of a screenplay. On The Treatment, film critic Elvis Mitchell turns the tables and gives the "treatment" to some of the most influential and innovative forces creating movies and popular art and entertainment.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

Thursday 11/6
12:00 am – 1:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

1:00 am – 4:00 am On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

5:00 am – 6:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist with the American Museum of Natural History, where he is director of the Hayden Planetarium. But these days he is best known as the host of the first season of Cosmos on Fox. Bob spoke with Tyson back in 2007 about his collection of essays titled, Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

8:00 am – 9:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

10:00 am – 11:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Here and Now
Here and Now

Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Takeaway
The Takeaway

The Takeaway is a new morning news service from PRI, Public Radio International and WNYC Radio New York. The program draws upon the resources of a talented staff of journalists, as well as the authoritative national and international resources of two of the world's most trusted news sources: The BBC and The New York Times.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PRI's The World
PRI's The World

PRI's "The World" is a one-hour, weekday radio news magazine offering a mix of news, features, interviews, and music from around the globe. Hosted by Lisa Mullins in Boston, it is the first global radio news program developed specifically for an American audience. The program presents listeners with a different perspective of the world's people, events and trends. Drawing on its unique global network of international correspondents, PRI's "The World" paints a broader picture of international events by reporting on a range of topics, including science, business, technology, sports, art, culture and music.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm Living on Earth Extra
Living on Earth Extra

Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program distributed by Public Radio International featuring interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm Bookworm
Bookworm

A must for the serious reader, Bookworm showcases writers of fiction and poetry - the established, new or emerging - all interviewed with insight and precision by the show's host and guiding spirit, Michael Silverblatt.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 pm – Thursday Midnight Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

Friday 11/7
12:00 am – 1:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

1:00 am – 4:00 am On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

5:00 am – 6:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

Academy Award-winning actress Sally Field joins Bob to discuss her career and her 2012 starring role as the First Lady in the feature film, Lincoln. Today Field celebrates her 68th birthday. Then, another listener request. In 2010, Bob spoke with singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson about her album The Living Side. One song on the album is called Gatekeeper about Sergeant Kevin Briggs of the California Highway Patrol. For years, Briggs worked on the Golden Gate Bridge, talking hundreds of people out of jumping to their deaths. Bob talks with both Meg and Kevin about the song and Kevin’s work.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

8:00 am – 9:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

10:00 am – 11:00 am The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm On Point
On Point

On Point with host Tom Ashbrook covers everything from breaking news to ancient poetry, with newsmakers, thinkers, journalists, artists, scientists and ordinary citizens from around the world.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Here and Now
Here and Now

Here & Now combines the best in news journalism with intelligent, broad-ranging conversation to form a fast-paced program that updates the news from the morning and adds important conversations on public policy and foreign affairs, science and technology, and the arts: film, theater, music, food, and more.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Takeaway
The Takeaway

The Takeaway is a new morning news service from PRI, Public Radio International and WNYC Radio New York. The program draws upon the resources of a talented staff of journalists, as well as the authoritative national and international resources of two of the world's most trusted news sources: The BBC and The New York Times.

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm PRI's The World
PRI's The World

PRI's "The World" is a one-hour, weekday radio news magazine offering a mix of news, features, interviews, and music from around the globe. Hosted by Lisa Mullins in Boston, it is the first global radio news program developed specifically for an American audience. The program presents listeners with a different perspective of the world's people, events and trends. Drawing on its unique global network of international correspondents, PRI's "The World" paints a broader picture of international events by reporting on a range of topics, including science, business, technology, sports, art, culture and music.

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm The Business
The Business

The Business is public radio's show about the business of show business, hosted by Kim Masters, Editor at Large of The Hollywood Reporter.

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm Left, Right & Center
Left, Right & Center

Provocative, up-to-the-minute, alive and witty, "Left, Right & Center" is a weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture; proving that those with impeccable credentials needn't lack personality. This weekly "love-hate relationship of the air" features four of the most insightful news analysts anywhere: Arianna Huffington, Tony Blankley, Bob Scheer, and Matt Miller.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Bob Edwards Show
The Bob Edwards Show

As you pack lunches for the kids this morning and begin to think about your Thanksgiving menu, think about this. New York Times reporter Michael Moss won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 investigation into the dangers of contaminated meat. Then last year, Moss examined how multi-national corporations use food science and technology to create nearly perfect food-like substances. He wrote about the laboratories where scientists calculate the “bliss point” of sugary drinks and the “mouthfeel” of fat in his book titled, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.

11:00 pm – Friday Midnight Car Talk
Car Talk

Imagine the Marx Brothers answering questions about automobiles and you get a good idea what NPR's Peabody Award-winning radio program is about. Hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi freely dispense expert car advice to callers in the broad accent of their native East Cambridge, MA neighborhood.



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