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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, September 23rd

Environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke at the University of Kansas on April 11, 2007. Hear his speech, "Crimes Against Nature," sponsored by KU's Student Union Activities. This KPR Presents was originally broadcast on April 22, 2007. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, September 16th

Ethologist and evolutionary theorist Richard Dawkins challenges the very premise of religion in the first stop of a national tour to promote his latest book, The God Delusion. Dawkins' lecture was co-sponsored by KU's Hall Center for the Humanities and the Biodiversity Institute, as is part of the Difficult Dialogues at the Commons Series. Recorded at the Lied Center at the University of Kansas on October 16, 2006. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith & Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, September 9th

Frank is the author of the best-selling book"What's the Matter with Kansas," in which he looks at why citizens vote against their economic interests. Frank spoke at Kansas State University on September 18, 2006, as part of the Lou Douglas Lecture Series. Frank's talk is entitled "How Conservatives Won the Heart of America." Engineer(s): Kent Nelson, Kansas State University

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, September 2nd

President George W. Bush spoke at the 108th convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Kansas City on August 22nd, 2007. This program also features interviews with Fort Carson soldiers who recently returned from a year in Iraq, produced by Western Skies Radio. Engineer(s): Peter Hancock

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 26th

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts spoke on the war on terror and civil liberties on October 5, 2006, at the Lied Center at the University of Kansas. His sold-out appearance was co-sponsored by the KU School of English, the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and the Dole Institute of Politics. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 19th

Madeleine Albright served as Secretary of State during the Clinton Administration, the first woman to ever hold that post. Her most recent book, The Mighty and the Almignty, examines Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and their role in international politics. Albright spoke at KU's Lied Center with Steven Jacques of the Dole Institute of Politics. Their conversation was originally broadcast on KPR on October 8th, 2006. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 12th

Alan Mulally is President and CEO of Ford Motor Company, having previously served as President of Boeing Commercial Airplane. Mulally is a Lawrence native and two-time graduate of the University of Kansas. Mulally spoke April 16, 2007 at the Lied Center as the 2007 Anderson Chandler Lecture, sponsored by the KU School of Business, in conjunction with the Engineering Distinguished Lectureship, sponsored by the KU School of Engineering. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 5th

Join us for an hour of poetry this week, featuring the poems of Ted Kooser, former U.S. Poet Laureate, from a reading at Washburn University. We'll also hear five high school students compete in the Kansas Poetry Out Loud competition, held in Topeka. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith/Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 29th

Dr. Eugenie Scott is the Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education, a pro-evolution organization based in Oakland, California. Her talk, "Faith, Reason, and Assumption in Understanding the Natural World," was part of the Difficult Dialogues series, co-sponsored by KU's Hall Center for the Humanities and the Biodiversity Institute. Engineer(s): KU Media Services

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 1st

Martin Goldsmith is the author of "The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Love and Music in Nazi Germany." The book tells the story of his parents and their time with the Jewish Kulturbund, an all-Jewish performing arts ensemble. Goldsmith is the director of classical music for XM Satellite Radio, and the former host of National Public Radio's "Performance Today." Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

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