Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon
De Christopher Lydon
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An American conversation with global attitude, on the arts, humanities and global affairs, hosted by Christopher Lydon.
||What Do We Make of The Big Bang?||In the beginning was the Bang. We’ve got visible proof of it now, thanks to blockbuster discoveries made at Harvard and predicted at MIT. But are our heads too cluttered with creation myths to come to grips with the beginning of everything?||15/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Richard Rhodes: Is the Knowledge of Nukes Enough?||Richard Rhodes is the go-to analyst of nuclear weapons for most of thirty years now ever since the publication of his acclaimed history of the Manhattan project and the mostly men and the science and the political emergency behind it.||11/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Eric Schlosser: Nuclear Nightmares||Eric Schlosser, the investigative reporter of Fast Food Nation fame, has assembled what reads like a Letterman list of hair-raising nuclear bungles and close calls with catastrophe. Command and Control is smelling salts for historical amnesia if lived ...||10/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Are We Numb to Nukes?||We’re thinking our way through a plausible nuclear emergency with Elaine Scarry who reminds you – we’ve got a weapons monarchy in this democracy. How can we call it a democracy, the rule of the people, when there’s one man’s finger on the trigge||10/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Cold Wars, and How to Survive Them||Ahead of our show with Elaine Scarry this week, we're reminding ourselves of how we got into the nuclear standoff called the Cold War, and how Ronald Reagan dreamed we would get out of it. With a nuclear cold war taking rhetorical shape between Israel ...||8/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Iraq: What’s Known, What’s Unknown, What We Don’t Want to Know||The best question about the Iraq war perhaps isn't for the architects, but for us: what does it say about our system, our media, our country, and our age that we haven't held anyone responsible for the catastrophe in Iraq apart from Chelsea Manning and...||3/4/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|