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  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson

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    Gary Polland and David Jones sit down with author and political correspondent, Scott Anderson to discuss his book, Lawrence In Arabia - The Making of the Modern Middle East

  • Before the Revolution

    Before the Revolution

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    Using exclusive 8mm footage and archival television clips, an Israeli filmmaker explores his family's dramatic experiences in Iran in the late '70s, when thousands of Israelis lived in Tehran and found themselves in the middle of the Islamist revolution. <i>Before the Revolution</i> tracks one of the first modern popular uprisings in the Middle East through the people who experienced it firsthand.

  • Global Perspectives: Howard Diamond

    Global Perspectives: Howard Diamond

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    Many people are eager to write the obituary for the Middle East peace process. But one man who knows where they are coming from says it is important to keep striving for peace.

  • Coming to Global Voices: Before the Revolution

    Coming to Global Voices: Before the Revolution

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    Using exclusive 8mm footage and rare television archival clips, an Israeli filmmaker explores his family's dramatic experiences in Iran in the late '70s. Before the Revolution tracks one of the first great modern first popular uprisings in the Middle East through the people who experienced it firsthand without realizing its historic import or its ongoing consequences.

  • Caucus Up Close: Marie Gamble; Merced Solis; Jim Jacob

    Caucus Up Close: Marie Gamble; Merced Solis; Jim Jacob

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    Marie Gamble, Business Development Specialist, Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union; Merced Solis, Spanish Teacher, Eisenhower Middle School; Jim Jacob, President and CEO, New Jersey Shares

  • Wilderness Lake

    Wilderness Lake

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    Set against the stunning backdrop of Laguna Gloria, R. Murray Schafer's Music for Wilderness Lake is a contemplative experience that combines a natural soundscape with haunting music. Organized by Director Steve Parker, twelve trombonists position themselves around the lagoon to play the experimental piece at dawn and at dusk, while a conductor sits in a canoe in the middle of the lagoon.

  • Focus On The Environment

    Focus On The Environment

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    This episode, hosted by HIKI NO graduate Shisa Kahaunaele, looks back at past HIKI NO stories concerned with taking care of the fragile eco-system we call Earth. Included are: a story from H.P. Baldwin High School on Maui about how Valley Isle businesses are adjusting to their county's ban on plastic bags and other stories.

  • Are U.S. efforts spread too thin to succeed in Afghanistan?

    Are U.S. efforts spread too thin to succeed in Afghanistan?

    video.pbs.org/video/2365306874

    James Dobbins has just ended his second stint as the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. He joins chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner for a conversation about the consequences of the deadlocked election in Afghanistan, the looming drawdown of American troops and lessons from the Iraq war and other conflicts in the Middle East.

  • Are U.S. efforts spread too thin to succeed in Afghanistan?

    Are U.S. efforts spread too thin to succeed in Afghanistan?

    video.pbs.org/video/2365306860

    James Dobbins has just ended his second stint as the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. He joins chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner for a conversation about the consequences of the deadlocked election in Afghanistan, the looming drawdown of American troops and lessons from the Iraq war and other conflicts in the Middle East.

  • Aging Matters: Caregiving

    Aging Matters: Caregiving

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    The existence and impact of informal caregiving is often overlooked in the United States, but it will become more important, relevant and necessary as people live longer and Baby Boomers grow old.

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