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May 17, 2019 In the latest chapter of our Degrees of Change series, saltwater intrusion and sea level rise are the new normal for two communities along the east coast. Plus, why do we all scream?

May 10, 2019 A new UN report says human interventions are the cause of a global biodiversity crisis. Plus, a new book looks at the data supporting your parenting practices—or not.

May 3, 2019 What happens if you hook up a real brain to artificial intelligence? Plus, how AT&T teamed up with scientists at Argonne National Laboratory to build a climate map of the U.S.

April 26, 2019 The first episode of the new SciFri series Degrees of Change takes a look at how cities around the world are taming floodwaters, and turning them into freshwater resources. Plus, why scientists have long been drawn to creative takes on science—and why creativity is central to scientific thought.

April 19, 2019 The next generation of wireless is on its way. Experts explain the science behind the new tech, and why some are cautioning a slower rollout. Plus, researchers have discovered a new species of ancient human—but its placement on the human family tree is still up for debate.

April 12, 2019 Event Horizon Telescope scientists break down the first image of supermassive black hole and explore what lies beyond in black hole science. Plus, how astronaut Scott Kelly’s gene expression changed after a year in space.

April 5, 2019 Scientists tap into how trees move gallons of fluids from the ground to the atmosphere every day. Plus, a conversation with climate-focussed presidential candidate Jay Inslee.

March 29, 2019 Astronomers are trying to figure out how fast the universe is expanding. But two approaches are giving different answers. And for National Poetry Month, we examine science that waxes poetic.

March 22, 2019 The new face of the U.S. House Science Committee is putting her foot down over partisan bickering over science. And physician Eric Topol talks about how AI can allow your more quality time with your doctor.

March 15, 2019 Students across the world join together in the Youth Climate Strike to protest government inaction against climate change Plus, primatologist Frans de Waal catalogues the vast spectrum of emotional behaviors in animals.

March 8, 2019 NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine talks about agency ambitions beyond planet Earth. Plus, the story of how our skeletons evolved to look they way they do. And why gene therapy—not bone marrow transplants—could be one piece in the puzzle of neutralizing HIV worldwide.

March 1, 2019 Scientists are creating unnatural base pairs to better understand DNA—and create new medicines and fuels. Plus, a new book tells the story of the engineering missteps that led to the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl.

February 22, 2019 Four telescope projects have been nominated to be NASA’s next great observatory. But which will take home the coveted award? Plus, why do grapes spark in the microwave?

February 15, 2019 In the final installment of the winter Book Club, we wrap up exploring N.K. Jemisin’s “The Fifth Season.” Plus, materials scientist Mark Miodownik takes a look at the science behind many of the liquids we encounter every day.

February 08, 2019 We talk the history of buttons and how they’ve changed our relationship with technology. Plus, a project aims to collect and organize maps of the Grand Canyon to help tell its geologic and cultural stories.

February 01, 2019 We reflect on the history and future of coding and technology in art. Plus, scientists study the viscosity and flow of searing-hot lava…from a parking lot.

January 25, 2019 How has the field of weather prediction improved over the past 100 years, and what challenges do forecasters still face? Plus, dozens of doctors have failed to disclose their industry ties to journals.

January 18, 2019 The SciFri Book Club tackles earthquakes and human disaster response with N.K. Jemisin’s apocalyptic ‘The Fifth Season.’ And a new play introduces us to the enslaved women whose bodies paved the way for modern gynecology.

January 11, 2019 Did you know a marathon runner’s heart is built differently from a weightlifter’s? We look at how exercise shapes and conditions your heart. Plus, a look at the effect of the partial government shutdown on scientists.

January 4, 2019 We celebrate winter birds and the people who love them. Plus, how does the movement of crowds change when they behave predictably, and when they don’t?

December 28, 2018 We recap the year in science news, from wildfires to space probes to CRISPR. Plus the story of a revolutionary physician, and the next target of the New Horizons space probe.

December 21, 2018 Does double-dipping a chip really infect the dip? Is the five-second rule real? Plus, what the Trump administration’s crack down on fetal cell research means for the field.

December 14, 2018 The James Webb Space Telescope is a decade late and billions of dollars over budget. But astronomers are already setting their sights on its successors. Plus, second-grader Nina Del Bosque wants to know about stinging caterpillars and their role in the ecosystem.

December 7, 2018 Ira and a panel of guests round up their favorite science books from 2018. Plus, with Congress poised to legalize growing hemp, how does a ‘new’ plant become a thriving agricultural product?


The Interfaith

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Photo by Melissa Feito
Beyond Borders: Redefining Sanctuary in the American Southwest
May 17, 2019
Countless migrants pass through Tucson every day. What happens when people start thinking beyond the walls of physical sanctuary, and aid migrants in new ways?
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Stories and Stereotypes: Muslims in America, 2019
May 10, 2019
What are American Muslims thinking about their country? What are other Americans thinking about them? And remembering Rachel Held Evans.
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Image by manhhai via Flickr
April Religion Journalists' Roundtable
May 02, 2019
Our panel delves into the string of attacks against houses of worship, the fire at Notre Dame and more. Then, a review of the newly-released film on Mary Magdalene.
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Opera BU

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The Touchstone | WETA (5/12 1PM). La Pietra del Paragone: Title Page - Opera Libretti . Romeo & Juliette / Ромео и Джульетта (2001) . images of Romeo & Juliette arias. Charles Gounod - Topic - YouTube. Roméo et Juliette - Wkpd. Charles Gounod - Wkpd

Roméo et Juliette - Metropolitan Opera (5/5 1PM). Roméo et Juliette libretto (French/English) . Romeo & Juliette / Ромео и Джульетта (2001) . images of Romeo & Juliette arias. Charles Gounod - Topic - YouTube. Roméo et Juliette - Wkpd. Charles Gounod - Wkpd

The Exterminating Angel - Metropolitan Opera (4/21 1PM)

Luisa Miller - Metropolitan Opera (4/14 12:30PM). OPERA-GUIDE: Luisa Miller. VERDI LUISA MILLER Ricciarelli Domingo Bruson Connell Maazel . Images of LUISA MILLER arias .   The Best Of Verdi - YouTube. The Best of Verdi -150 minutes of Classical Music . HQ Recording - YouTube. Luisa Miller - Wkpd. Giuseppe Verdi - Wkpd

Lucia di Lammermoor - Metropolitan Opera (4/7 12:30PM). Lucia di Lammermoor libretto (English/Italian). Così Fan Tutte - complete (English Subtitles) . Images for Elektra arias .   Richard Strauss - Topic - YouTube. Elektra (opera) - Wkpd. Richard Strauss - Wkpd

Così fan tutte - Metropolitan Opera (3/31 1PM). Così fan tutte - Libretto. Così Fan Tutte - complete (English Subtitles) . Images for Elektra arias .   Richard Strauss - Topic - YouTube. Elektra (opera) - Wkpd. Richard Strauss - Wkpd

Elektra - Metropolitan Opera (3/17 1PM). Full text of "Elektra : tragedy in one act". Elektra (Music By Richard Strauss) English Subtitles . Images for Elektra arias .   Richard Strauss - Topic - YouTube. Elektra (opera) - Wkpd. Richard Strauss - Wkpd


The Interfaith -2

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Trans in the Eyes of God: Part 2
March 08, 2019
In the Church of England, you can only be baptized once. But some transgender people are seeking a new liturgy to reintroduce themselves to God, and their community.
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State of the Union, 2019
February Journalists' Roundtable
February 28, 2019
Our panel of experts delves into some of the most newsworthy religion stories of the past month. Then, how did religion fare at the Oscars?
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Journeying through Loss
February 19, 2019
We revisit stories of people of choosing to embrace the pain of loss: through faith, through creativity, through honesty, and through emotional vulnerability.
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The Faith of the Presidents
February 15, 2019
From George Washington to Donald Trump, we explore the often surprising religious history of the presidency, and the Constitution's promise of religious freedom.
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Flickr | Wolfgang Staudt
America’s Most Segregated Hour
February 08, 2019
Our neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces are often more integrated than our places of worship. What are people of faith doing to change that?
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Flickr | Mobilus In Mobili
January Religion News Roundup
February 01, 2019
We discuss the most important religion news stories of the past month, including controversy within the Women's March, the Catholic sex abuse scandal, and more.
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Flickr | Nicholas Raymond
God and Government: Pakistan at a crossroads
January 24, 2019
Blasphemy laws in this young country allow for the persecution of non-Muslim religious minorities. But now, after a landmark case, Pakistan is at a crossroads. Originally aired on Dec. 27, 2018.
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Racism & Religion
January 18, 2019
As we commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we learn about the role American religion has played in both reinforcing and combating racism.
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byronv2 | Flickr
Journeying through Loss
January 11, 2019
We hear the stories people of choosing to embrace the pain of loss: through religion, through creativity, through honesty, and through emotional vulnerability.
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Photo by Melissa Feito
An Inspired Story Slam: One Family, Many Beliefs
January 04, 2019
In our first ever live show, we explore the beauty and chaos that comes with having a diverse family.
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2018: A Year in Review
December 20, 2018
We discuss the biggest religion news stories of the year, including the stories we might of missed. Plus, we learn about how humanists celebrate Christmas.
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Koshin Paley Ellison is a chaplain in a hospice. (Photo by Loris Guzzetta)
Chaplains: Resilience and Retreat
December 14, 2018
During this stressful time of year, we revisit our chaplains series to learn resiliency from a Zen Buddhist monk and how mindfulness nourishes patients and doctors.
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Religion, Remixed
December 06, 2018
Forget the old labels. We explore some of the new ways researchers are categorizing American religiosity.
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The Interfaith - February, January of 2018

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Quilt squares created at a conference on black Mormon pioneers
Finding a spiritual home...when you're in the minority
February 28, 2018
Five African Americans share the challenges they face – and the purpose they find – in smaller, predominantly white spiritual communities.
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Flickr | Florida Memory
America's Pastor?: Exploring the legacy of the late Rev. Billy Graham
February 23, 2018
The Rev. Billy Graham, who evangelized to millions around the world, has died at 99. For many, he was "America's pastor." For others, his legacy is not spotless.
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Flickr | Sean
Interfaith 2.0? How multi-faith work is changing
February 16, 2018
What do we mean when we say "interfaith"? We'll explore where the word came from, how it's evolved, and, whatever you call it, where such work is going.
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Passing the Mic, Part 2
February 06, 2018
In Part 2 of Maureen's farewell show, Amber and Maureen will look back at some of the show's most memorable interviews. Plus, Maureen reflects on her 16 years as host.
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Stephanie Lecci
Passing the Mic, Part 1
February 02, 2018
Today, we mark the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. After 16 years on the air, Maureen is passing the mic to the next host.
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Wikipedia | Marie Lan Nguyen
Let the Games Begin!
January 22, 2018
As the 2018 Winter Olympics rev up in Pyeongchang, we trace the religious history of the Games, hear from a surfing priest, and learn about the spirituality of basketball.
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Courtesy Ekemini Uwan
Women Who Choose Rules
January 17, 2018
We meet young Jews, Christians and Muslims who are bucking the 'spiritual but not religious trend' and deciding they want deeper observance in their lives.
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The Spiritual Legacy of MLK
January 12, 2018
On his birthday, we find out why Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. placed spiritual values at the very center of his effort to transform society.
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Mid-Faith Crisis
January 03, 2018
We've all heard about the mid-life crisis. But what about a mid-faith crisis? That feeling that somewhere along your spiritual journey, God just disappeared...
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