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Internet Radio Show: Here and Now

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Streaming on internet radio, this noon news magazine show originating daily from WBUR in Boston. The show offers an eclectic mix of current events, cultural stories, interviews, and more.


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September 21, 2018: Hour 2
As Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faces accusations of sexual assault from Christine Blasey Ford, women are sending messages of support to her through social media. Also, from which toothpaste brand to buy to which political candidate to vote for, people make up their minds — and change them — all the time. But how? And Rashida Jones' first feature-length directorial effort is a documentary about her father, music industry legend Quincy Jones. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans joins us with his take on "Quincy." That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's Sept. 21, 2018 full broadcast.
September 21, 2018: Hour 1
Our week in politics roundtable discusses how the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is scrambling politics. Also, chef-turned-TV star Anthony Bourdain used his CNN documentary series "Parts Unknown" to bring attention not only to food, but also to the social, political and economic challenges that people around the world face. We speak with longtime "Parts Unknown" executive producer Sandra Zweig, who says she can't imagine there will be another show like it again. And the prep schools that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford attended in the '80s are elite, exclusive and expensive. Adam Howard, a professor of education at Colby College, explains the "incredible amount of privilege, and a sense of entitlement" he's found researching these kinds of prep schools. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's Sept. 21, 2018 full broadcast.
September 20, 2018: Hour 2
Uncertainty continues around Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, amid an allegation that he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford when the two were in high school. Some Republicans are pushing for a confirmation vote next week despite calls for an FBI investigation. Also, NASA's newest Earth-orbiting satellite ICESat-2, or Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite, will use laser technology to measure tiny changes in the planet's solar ice sheets. And five years ago, rivers and creeks along the Front Range flooded in Colorado and more than 1,800 homes were destroyed in the state's costliest natural disaster. Some people are still trying to return home. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's Sept. 20, 2018 full broadcast.

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