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Weekdays 1:00 - 2:00pm on KCLU FM, 10:00 am - 11:00 am on AM 1340


For one energetic hour each weekday, 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.

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Testing The Range On The West Coast Electric Highway; Brandi Carlile Channels Many Styles To Make Her Music; A Tragic Tradition On This Day In History; Employers Relax Dress Codes, Offer Overseas Travel To Retain Millennials; Reporter's Notebook: Veteran Baltimore Journalist Jayne Miller; What Is Cinco De Mayo?; The End Of An Era: Looking Back On Letterman's Legacy

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Report Alleges Atrocities On Both Sides In Syria; Methane Leaks At Gas Wells Contribute To Climate Change; Royal Caribbean President Sees A Future In Asia; Obama Selects A New Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs; Puerto Rico On The Brink Of Running Out Of Money; Remembering David Goldberg, Silicon Valley's 'Heart'

Monday, May 4th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: McDonald's Announces New Turnaround Plan; Diary Of An Oil Worker Fighting To Keep His Job; Baltimore Photographer Captures Zeitgeist; So You Think You Had A Bad Day?; Comcast Sees Rising Revenue, Even After Failed Merger; Damaged Art Memorializes Violent Vietnam Era; As U.S. Takes Reins Of Arctic Council, Climate Change Will Top Agenda

Monday, May 4th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: 3 More Republicans Jump Into 2016 Race; In Lincoln's Hometown, Race Riots Of 1908 Have Lasting Effect; Ana Sortun: How To Avoid The Biggest Mistakes In The Kitchen; Is The Group Behind The Muhammad Cartoon Contest A Hate Group?; Rhinos And Other Large Herbivores At Risk Of Extinction; A Pen-Pal Friendship Changes Two Lives; Study: How Where You Live Impacts Upward Mobility

Friday, May 1st, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Prosecutor Charges 6 Baltimore Officers In Gray's Death; When Inflation Is Low, Where Should You Put Your Money?; From Dominance To Obscurity: Black Jockeys At The Kentucky Derby; 'Penny Dreadful' Does Horror Well; Grooveshark Shuts Down After Battle With Music Industry; Lincoln History Told Through Tree Rings; Former Chris Christie Ally Pleads Guilty In 'Bridgegate' Case

Friday, May 1st, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: 6 Officers Charged In Connection With Freddie Gray's Death; No Food, Homes Destroyed, Nepal's Rural Region Is Still Waiting For Aid; Baltimore Unrest Shakes Up 2016 Politics; 'Mom Of The Year' Dominates Social Media; Chigozie Obioma Makes A Splash With Debut Novel; Unusual Alliance Forming In Congress To Overhaul Patriot Act

Thursday, April 30th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Fewer Migrant Children Reach U.S. Border, As Mexico Steps Up Deportations; A Baltimore Principal Helps Her Students Make Sense Of It All; Economist Says There's Plenty Of Reason To Be Optimistic About Baltimore; Teen Rescued From Nepal Rubble After 5 Days; Lincoln's Legacy Inspires Greek Family Business In Decatur; Archaeologists Dig Deep At George Washington's Boyhood Home; Aid Worker In Nepal Says Drones Might Help Survey Remote Areas

Thursday, April 30th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Cleveland Wants To Avoid Being The Next City With Riots; This Is Your Brain On Taser; Remembering The End Of The Vietnam War, 40 Years Ago; Seattle's Hmong Immigrants Remember Their Homeland; Mayweather Vs. Pacquiao: A Fight For The Ages; What's Behind The Baltimore Riots; Consumers Push Food Producers On Antibiotic Use

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Bernie Sanders Expected To Announce Run For President; After Riots, Baltimore Orioles To Play In Empty Stadium; A Story Of Bipolar And A Daughter's Search For Answers; Japanese Prime Minister Calls For Stronger U.S.-Japan Trade Pact; Placebo Effect: It Might Not Be In Your Head After All; A Short History Of The Public Radio Tote Bag

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: In Kathmandu, Survivors Struggle To Put The City Back Together; A Look At Media Coverage Of The Riots In Baltimore; Lessons And Art Gleaned From Tambora Volcano; Pacquiao Beats Mayweather In Fight For Marketing Dollars; 40 Years After The Fall Of Saigon, A Journalist Who Was There Reflects

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Baltimore City Councilman Responds To Unrest; Have Mass Shootings Led To More Gun Control?; Historians Look Back At The Midwest, America's 'Forgotten' Region; David Breashears Describes Devastation At Everest Base Camp; Indianapolis: Tensions Stir As Murder Rate Surges; Recipes: Healthy Salads With Spring Produce

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Baltimore Braces For More Violence; Police Chief Calls Cameras 'Sign Of The Times'; Obergefell V. Hodges May Go Down In History As Landmark Civil Rights Case; Remote Villages In Nepal Wait For Aid; At Long Last, It's The Peepers Big Night; O, Miami Celebrates Poetry for All; How American Tech Giants Are Stepping In To Help Nepal

Monday, April 27th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Loretta Lynch Sworn In As New U.S. Attorney General; New Rules Make It Harder To Apply For Reverse Mortgages; Kountry Kitchen, Soul Food At The Doorstep Of Indianapolis History; 'Tension Rising' In Nepal, Says Aid Worker; Business School Dean Says Profit Isn't Everything; Transgender Scholar Reacts To Bruce Jenner Interview

Monday, April 27th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Death Toll After Earthquake Passes 4,000 As Aid Arrives; Thousands Attend Funeral For Baltimore's Freddie Gray; Refugee Or Recruit: Will Fewer Cuban Players Join The MLB As Politics Change?; Storm Capsizes Boats During Regatta In Alabama; Fight Over Same-Sex Marriage To Be Heard By Supreme Court; What Corinthian Closures Tell Us About For-Profit Colleges

Friday, April 24th, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Comcast Ends $45.2 Billion Bid To Acquire Time Warner Cable; Aurora Shooter Trial Begins Monday In Colorado; Japanese Train Breaks Speed Record, Again; Legendary Rock Climber Lynn Hill; Drone Strike Deaths Raise Questions; James Brown Documentary Wins A Peabody Award; An Audio Postcard From A Columbus Barbershop

Friday, April 24th, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Amid Listeria Outbreak, FDA Official Points To Underfunded Law; Should The Ban On U.S. Oil Exports Be Lifted?; Week In 2016 Politics Focuses On Bush, Clinton Money Issues; Young Armenian Composer Looks To Past, Future; Russell Crowe Taps History To Make 'The Water Diviner'; 25 Years Later, What's Next For Hubble?

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Police Shooting Of Tamir Rice Still An Open Wound In Cleveland; Iconic Images From Rock And Roll Photographer Henry Diltz; Texas House Committee Passes Bill Opposing Same-Sex Marriage; Proposal To Close Loophole Looks At Who Is A Farmer; Social Media Buzz: From Senate Cook To Jamaican Dance Halls; 'Full House' Is Latest Old TV Hit To Be Revived

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Obama Expresses 'Profound Regret' For Hostages Killed In Drone Strike; Chicago's Art Institute Receives $500 Million Art Donation; Water Management Lessons From Australia's 17-Year Drought; More Questions Than Answers After Emergency Landing; DJ Sessions: New Sounds From Canada To Sweden; Judge Approves NFL Concussion Settlement

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 - Hour 2

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Stories from this broadcast: Democrats Battle Over Obama's Trade Initiatives; 'Stop-And-Frisk' Likely To Change Under Next Philly Mayor; Migrant Deaths In The Mediterranean: Why It's Gotten Worse; Who Are The Mediterranean Migrant Smugglers?; Financial Stories In Court: Flash Trader And AIG; Judy Clarke: Marathon Bomber's High-Profile Lawyer; India's Tiny Community Of Wild Asian Lions

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 - Hour 1

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Stories from this broadcast: Geologists Link Oklahoma Earthquakes To Fracking Waste Disposal; To Beat Traffic, San Francisco's I-80 Is Getting 'Smarter,' Not Bigger; Saving Food Scraps From The Trash To Make Better Meals; Uber CPO: Don't Just Talk to Strangers, Split An Uber; '60 Minutes' Footage Of Sarin Gas Attack Prompts Questions About Graphic Images; American Woman Hopes To Summit Everest Without Oxygen Canisters