Meryl Streep won a Golden Globe for her performance as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. She talks about preparing for that role and how her perceptions of herself have changed over the years.
12/20/2014 at 09:21 AM
Simmons was a regular on the HBO drama, which depicts the brutality of life in a maximum security prison. He spoke to Terry Gross in 1998.
12/20/2014 at 09:03 AM
The biopic of landscape painter J. M. W. Turner depicts a man whose mind is barely engaged by anything other than his work. He's a mystery, and his art is magically indefinite — just like the movie.
12/20/2014 at 08:46 AM
Jim and Greg look back at 20 years of the groundbreaking alt-country label Bloodshot Records. Plus a review of the long-awaited new album by soul artist D'Angelo.
12/20/2014 at 08:16 AM
In December 1944, American bandleader Glenn Miller went missing over the English Channel.
12/20/2014 at 07:49 AM
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12/20/2014 at 07:48 AM
Amy Bernstein, editor of HBR, offers executive summaries of the major features.
12/20/2014 at 07:02 AM
Journalist Heather Abel was diagnosed with Celiac disease almost fifteen years ago. She chronicles her struggle to obtain a diagnosis and her frustration with the current gluten free backlash. Plus, We talk to Paul Greenberg about sustainable options for kosher fish and Alice Medrich examines flavorful gluten-free flours like chestnut and buckwheat.
12/20/2014 at 06:19 AM
At a recent meeting ESOs main governing body, the Council, gave the green light for the construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) in two phases. Spending of around one billion euros has been authorised for the first phase, whi...(La construcción del E-ELT, el ojo más grande del mundo para mirar el cielo se inició ya en Chile, tras la aprobación de una partida millonaria por parte de los países miembros del Observatorio Europeo Austral (ESO).
Será un aparato óptico infrarrojo con una apertura de 39 metros y s...
12/20/2014 at 05:51 AM
free speech radio; gaza strip; israeli military; DVD; israeli soldier; corporate sponsor; max blumenthal; human rights; international law; radio station; free speech; radio network; community radio; human rights radio; greater israel; ethnic cleansing; blumenthal package; fund drive; united nations; west bank; black friday; nationality laws; corporate media; bay area; human shield; corporate press; palestinian side; peace process; censored story; cutting edge; israeli side; middle east; dollar contribution; dennis bernstein; spoke hebrew; ...
12/20/2014 at 05:00 AM
Australia's birth rate has continued to fall, reaching its lowest point since 2006. But the trend among older mothers - those aged between 40 and 44 years - was reversed, and their fertility rate has continued to increase since its lowest point in...(La tasa de nacimientos en Australia sigue en descenso y ha alcanzado su punto más bajo desde el 2006. De igual manera, en los últimos 30 años la tasa de fertilidad en mujeres de avanzada edad para concebir, se ha triplicado en Australia y la tendencia es a mantenerse en aumento.
12/20/2014 at 04:43 AM
After the death of Mrs. Claus, Santa finds himself back in the dating game. Trouble is, there aren't too many eligible bachelorettes in the North Pole... other than Glinda, the good witch of the North, that is. But will they hit it off?
12/20/2014 at 04:20 AM
Previously on The Todd Glass Show we had the first part of an epic two-parter with hilarious comic, Brandon Wardell, which then got interupted by another amazing episode with Paul F. Tompkins. And now... The 2nd half of Brandon Wardell's episode!!
12/20/2014 at 04:10 AM
President Obama is reversing a US policy established before he was born, beginning to normalize ties with Communist Cuba. We hear what it might ? or might not ? mean in Cuba itself, and in the western hemisphere.
12/20/2014 at 03:51 AM
The ethics of publicly exposing private emails, the demise of Cat Fancy magazine, and a farewell to the Colbert Report.
12/20/2014 at 03:21 AM
We have some things we could learn?
12/20/2014 at 02:53 AM
Philip DeFranco is a popular YouTube and internet personality. He hosts "The Philip DeFranco Show" where news stories are discussed every Monday-Thursday at youtube.com/sxephil
12/20/2014 at 02:51 AM
Chris Harris is an automotive enthusiast. He "writes and does low-rent videos about cars" that are available on YouTube at http://bit.ly/1yXoiuh
12/20/2014 at 02:45 AM
oakland police department; bay area; civil rights movement; black lives; bay area solidarity; area solidarity action; solidarity action team; mainstream media; wanted people; donate online; civil rights; PFA; FAA; long time; black community; police officer; faa org; black people; anita johnson; monday night; special broadcast; police department; pfa org; john powell; front door; structural racism; police brutality; DVD
12/20/2014 at 02:34 AM
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 509. Next gen A9 chip production. Apple about faces on App rejections. New 'Made for i’ guidelines. 2015 the year of HomeKit? Apple wins iPod anti-trust case. Apple Pay gears for Expansion. TouchID and 5th Amendment. Mac network service order. Does turning off iCloud have to be frightening? Changing Mail swipe gestures. Fixing a Safari pop-up DOS.
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