1:22pm

Tue April 10, 2012
-Tuned To Yesterday

Tuned To Yesterday

#544 - Adventure: Escape "The Man Who Would Be King" 7/25/48, Quiet, Please "Wahine Tahiti"

Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.

1:19pm

Tue April 10, 2012
-Tuned To Yesterday

Tuned To Yesterday

#543 - True History: Only Yesterday "Jimmy Dorante" 3/14/43, Cavalcade Of America "Circus Day" 4/8/46

1:17pm

Tue April 10, 2012
-Tuned To Yesterday

Tuned To Yesterday

#542 - Crime: I Was A Communist For The FBI "Against The Middle" 1/18/53, Man Called X 8/15/48

Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.

1:11pm

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

Doctors Declare Norway's Confessed Killer Sane; Trial To Begin Monday

Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian man who confessed to killing 77 people last July, was not criminally insane when he bombed a government building and gunned unarmed people down at a youth conference, according to two psychiatrists appointed by a court in Norway.

The new development comes days before Behring Breivik's trial is set to begin, on April 16.

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1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Sports

Marlins Suspend Guillen After Castro Comments

Transcript

NEAL CONAN, HOST:

Ozzie Guillen's interview with Time magazine begins with the quote, "I love Fidel Castro" - controversial for any Major League Baseball manager, a flash point for the new manager of a team that just opened a new stadium in Miami's Little Havana. Earlier today, the Miami Marlins suspended Guillen for five games, and he appeared at a news conference to repeat apologies for what he called the biggest mistake I've made so far in my life.

(SOUNDBITE OF PRESS CONFERENCE)

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1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Education

Should Teachers Be Disciplined For Online Lives?

Transcript

NEAL CONAN, HOST:

This is TALK OF THE NATION. I'm Neal Conan in Washington. Over the past few years, several teachers have been disciplined and even fired for comments or photos posted online. A Philadelphia high school teacher was suspended in February after posting on her blog that students acted like rude, disengaged, lazy whiners. A Georgia teacher was forced to resign in 2009 after a complaint over a Facebook photo that showed her drinking alcohol.

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1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
History

Ballard: 100 Years Later, Titanic Still Captivates

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The bow railing of RMS Titanic, illuminated by the Mir 1 submersible. Read more about the wreck in a National Geographic report.
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On April 10, 1912, the Titanic set sail for New York City from Southampton in England. Four days later, the ship struck an iceberg and sank in the frigid waters of the Atlantic.

The rest of the story has been the subject of countless books, shows and films about the thousands of people who traveled on the ship's maiden voyage, the dramatic events of the final few hours, and the legend of the "unsinkable" Titanic.

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1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Middle East

Six-Point Syria Plan On The Brink Of Failure

The White House announced Tuesday that there are "no signs yet" that President Assad has pulled back troops and stopped attacks on civilians. Monday, the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said violence spilled across the border when Syrian forces fired shots into a refugee camp in Turkey.

1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Education

'Savage U' Takes Frank Sex Talk To Campus

Dan Savage has made a career offering advice on relationships and sex in his nationally-syndicated column, "Savage Love." Now he's taking his act on the road for his new show, Savage U, in which he travels to college campuses across the country giving students advice on sex and relationships.

1:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
The Two-Way

George W. Bush Says He Doesn't Miss Being President

Originally published on Sun October 21, 2012 12:50 am

Former President George W. Bush in Washington, D.C., last September.
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