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November Programs

 

November 26, 2016

2016 Re:sound Specials, from the Third Coast Audio Festival
The Imposter Show -
This hour on Re:Sound, what do we really know about other people’s lives? Double lives, double binds, double trouble.
 

November 19, 2016

Intelligence Squared U.S.
Is "Big Pharma" to blame for rising health care costs?

Health care costs in the U.S. are nearly double what other rich countries spend. We read of drug therapies that cost $100,000 a year or more, and of large drug price increases. Is this a major driver of excessive health care costs? Or is it a by-product of the huge costs of getting new drugs approved? Has big pharma delivered drugs that reduce the need for costly surgeries, which extend life and improve its quality? Or do they deserve the blame that has been leveled against them? The Debaters are Ezekiel Emanuel, Lori Reilly, Neera Tanden, and Paul Howard.

 

 

November 12, 2016

NPR Politics Podcast Radio Special
After the big election tune in for a wrap up the week’s events and where things go from here. To put it simply, "What just happened?” and “Now what?” Political Reporter Sam Sanders will be joined by Senior Editor and Correspondent Ron Elving, Political Editor Domenico Montenaro, White House Correspondents Scott Horsley and Tamara Keith, along with Political Reporters Sarah McCammon, Scott Detrow, Danielle Kurtzleben and Asma Khalid, as well as Congressional Correspondent Susan Davis.

November 5, 2016

Political Junkie 2016 Presidential Election Special
After a year-and-a-half of heated primary battles, fierce debates and explosive rhetoric, the historic presidential election of 2016 is finally coming to a close. Join Political Junkie Ken Rudin and an all-star panel of political reporters, analysts and special guests for a full hour of analysis of the final days of the presidential campaign. Plus, Ken and his guests cover the key Senate and gubernatorial races of interest from across the country.

 

 

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