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St. Louis On The Air

September 01, 2015

Happiness and Well-Being Research- Segment A
A discussion about happiness and well-being as well as local research on the issues.

September 02, 2015

Mother Jones and Labor History- Segment A
A discussion about labor history, the activism of Mary Harris (Mother) Jones and the remembrances of her in Mount Olive, Ill.

'Right to Work' Explained- Segment B
A discussion about Right to Work: the history of the issue in Missouri, its current status and an explanation as to who and why people support or oppose the measure.

September 03, 2015

Teaching Media Literacy- Segment A
A discussion with Julie Smith about her new book on the importance of teaching media literacy in order to get the most out of the proliferation of information that today's technology provides.

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September 04, 2015

LouFest- Segment A

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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
Fresh Air Weekend: Alison Bechdel's 'Fun Home'; 'Blackout' Drunkenness
Lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel talks about how her dad's closeted homosexuality affected her. Sarah Hepola examines how alcohol fit in with — and distorted — her idea of being an empowered woman.

Jazz Vocalist Issues A Convincing Calling Card With 'Nothing But Soul'
In her debut album, Tiffany Austin puts her own improvisational, jazzy spin on songs by the late composer Hoagy Carmichael. Critic Kevin Whitehead calls Austin "a singer to keep an ear on."