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KGNU and the Conference on World Affairs
 
In conjunction with the 64th Annual Conference on World Affairs, KGNU will air the these panel discussions during the week of the conference. Archived recordings will be available after the broadcast.

Cinema Interruptus: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, a discussion on this year's Interruptus pick, hosted by Sam Fuqua with film critic Jim Emerson
Monday 4/9, 8:35 AM
Click here to stream or download this program

The Peace Corps Past and Present, on Metro with host Mahlia Lindquist and guest Carrie Hessler-Radelet
Monday 4/9, 3:00 PM
Click here to stream or download this program

Artistic and Interactive Applications of Robotic Technology
with Jeff Lieberman, hosted by Breanna Draxler
How on Earth, Tuesday 4/10, 8:35 AM
Click here to stream or download this program

What's Next for the Arab Spring
with Gigi Ibrahim, Phillip James Walker and G. Willow Wilson , hosted by Jim Banks
Hemispheres, Tuesday 4/10, 6-7 PM
Click here to stream or download this program

The Occupy Movement: Where It Is Going?
with Jay Harris, Matt Howard, John Nichols and Scott Olsen , hosted by Maeve Conran
Wednesday 4/11, 8:35-9:30 AM
This is a rebroadcast of a panel that happens on campus on Tuesday 4/10 at 3:00 PM
Click here to stream or download entire panel discussion (77 minutes)

Presidential Politics 2012
with Chip Berlet, Lou Dubose and Robert A. George , hosted by Liz Lane
Thursday 4/12, 8:35-9:30 AM
Click here to stream or download this program

Eurocrisis or Eurorecovery
with Patrick Boel, Jurek Martin and Reza Ramazani, hosted by Kathy Partridge on It's the Economy.
Thursday 4/12, 6-7 PM

The Ancient and Modern Art of Storytelling: Connections with host Duncan Campbell and panelist Clare Muireann Murphy
Friday 4/13, 8.30-9.30 AM



 

 

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