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St. Louis On The Air

April 14, 2014

What Makes A Neighborhood?- Segment A
A discussion about building a sense of community within neighborhoods. What works? What doesn't?

April 15, 2014

Climate Change- Segment A
A discussion about climate change and the personal stories of St. Louisans' interaction with it.

April 16, 2014

Ukraine- Segment A
A discussion about the ongoing volatile situation in Ukraine.

April 17, 2014

Ed Asner- Segment A
A discussion with actor Ed Asner about his career and his one-man show exploring the life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt to benefit the New Jewish Theatre.

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Cityscape

April 18, 2014

Stages St. Louis' 'Always Patsy Kline'- Segment A
A discussion about Stages St. Louis' production of "Always Patsy Cline" which recounts the friendship of country music star Patsy Cline and Texas housewife Louise Senger.

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Jazz Unlimited

Jazz Unlimited host Dennis Owsley wrote the book, City of Gabriels: The History of Jazz in St. Louis, 1845-1973. Hear him talk about the book in his appearance on St. Louis on the Air.

Dennis Owsley hosts three hours of jazz each Sunday night from 9 to midnight. Get the playlist and listen to the show, and find out what's coming up next week on our Jazz Unlimited page.

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National Program Highlights

Fresh Air
Edward Snowden: From 'Geeky' Dropout To NSA Leaker
What motivated the former NSA contractor to divulge carefully guarded NSA secrets? A new Vanity Fair article takes a look back at the "kid from the Maryland suburbs."

Exploring Life's Incurable Soiledness With The Father Of Italian Noir
A crackling new translation of Giorgio Scerbanenco's crime novel Private Venus has just been released. Critic John Powers read it in a single sitting.

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