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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, April 29th

Essayist, detective novelist, and philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah speaks on "Making Sense of Moral Conflict." Appiah looks at how culture affects our ideas about right and wrong, and how people from different cultures can bridge misunderstanding. Appiah's lecture was sponsored by KU's Hall Center for the Humanities. Engineer(s): KU Media Services

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, April 15th

Ted Kooser was poet laureate of the United States from 2004-2006. This week's program was recorded at a reading Kooser gave at Washburn University. Also, the Kansas finalists in the "Poetry Out Loud" recitation contest. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, April 8th

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 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, April 1st

Larry Schweiger is president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation. His talk, "Global Warming: Good Planets are Hard to Find," was given February 8, 2007 at Kansas State University as part of the Lou Douglas Lecture Series. Engineer(s): Kent Nelson, Kansas State University

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 25th

Few events are more profound or more delightful than bringing new life into the world. "Birth" is an audio journey that traces childbirth perception and practices in America. It includes interviews with doctors, doulas, historians, parents, and children. Engineer(s): Thin Air Media, Public Radio International

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 18th

Former President Bill Clinton spoke March 2nd at Kansas State University as part of the Landon Lecture Series on Public Issues. Clinton makes the seventh U.S. president to speak as a Landon Lecturer. Engineer(s): Larry Jackson, Kansas State Radio Network

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 4th

David Mindich is the author of "Why American's Under 40 Tune Out the News," in which he examines the growing apathy about news among young people. Mindich's talk, recorded October 24, 2006 at Kansas State University, was part of the Lou Douglas lecture series on public issues, co-sponsored by the UFM Community Learning Center and Kansas State's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Engineer(s): Kent Nelson

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 18th

Prince Turki Al-Faisal is the Saudi ambassador to the United States. He spoke January 26, 2007 at Kansas State University as part of the Landon Lecture Series on Public Affairs. Engineer(s): Larry Jackson, Kansas State Radio Network

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 11th

Join us for this look at one of America's most celebrated writers. Zora Neale Hurston was known as a folklorist, novelist, and playwright that presented a raw depiction of rural southern African-Americans, often at odds with her contemporaries of the Harlem Renaissance. This documentary was produced by PRI.Engineer(s): Public Radio International

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 4th

Judge John E. Jones III was the presiding judge in Kitzmiller v. Dover Area Board of Education, a landmark case concerning the teaching of evolution and intelligent design in public schools. His talk on judicial independence was part of the "Knowledge: Faith and Reason" series co-sponsored by KU's Hall Center for the Humanities and the Biodiversity Institute.Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

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