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Today at 10:00am
L.A. Times reporter Diana Marcum and photographer Robert Gauthier join us to discuss their Pulitzer Prize-winning series "Scenes From California's Dust Bowl."
City Arts & Lectures
Tonight at 8:00pm
The show listens back to a conversation with actor and comic Stephen Colbert. It was January, 2006, during the early, heady days of "The Colbert Report" on Comedy Central.
Today at 1:00pm
Dolphins can understand human syntax, count, grieve and sometimes rescue humans at sea. Susan Casey talks about dolphins, threats to their existence, some unusual research and her new book, "Voices in the Ocean."
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