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02/23/2017 Sonia Sly talks with psychologist Gwenda Willis about what drives our fears when confronted with the idea of living next door to a sex offender.
02/23/2017 Glaciers around the world are melting and shrinking, but glaciologists have been finding out why some New Zealand glaciers bucked the trend and advanced between 1983 and 2005.
02/22/2017HARDtalk’s Sarah Montague speaks to Tzipi Livni, the joint leader of the Zionist Union opposition in Israel's parliament and a former Foreign Minister. For decades many have assumed that the only way there will be peace in the Middle East is when the Palestinians have their own state. But President Trump has made it clear that America is no longer wedded to the idea, whilst Tzipi Livni has in the past stated her support for “two states for two peoples". Could one state where Jews, Muslims and Christians are all treated equally, have a greater chance of delivering peace?
02/21/2017 Nick Bollinger talks to Ryan Adams about Americana, 70s rock anthems and how to categrosie his music.
02/21/2017 On Worlds of Music this week hosts Trevor features music from Belgium, Brazil, Senegal, a classic Kiwi single from 1994. He also talks to New York based film director Jeff Lieberman about his film that traces the tumultuous life of Eunice Waymon, later known as Nina Simone, one of the most remarkable musical artists of the 20th century who was born on February 21, 1933.
02/21/2017A little bit extra, every weekday morning, from LBC's longest-serving presenter.
02/21/2017This was a great one. After 15 minutes of some opening thoughts on the accusations of media suppression, we have a Blue Screen of Death and have to restart the system. You'll know it when it happens; but when it does we are joined by Tim Pool. Earlier in the day, Tim received a pledge by Paul Joseph Watson to investigate whether or not Middle Eastern/North African refugees are connected to the rise in violent crime and sexual assault. Be sure to hear Tim's appearance on tomorrow's InfoWars broadcast, and subscribe to his Youtube channel as he will be posting a video a day—he arrives in Sweden on Wednesday. Watch the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zzt4HWx4c8
02/21/2017 The New York Times is reporting that President Trump is struggling to fill top jobs in his administration.  They say that Trump's demand for loyalty is the problem.  Many qualified candidates are being disqualified because of bad things that they said about Trump during the campaign.