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Today at 10:00am
Evolutionary biologist Richards Dawkins joins us to discuss his latest book, "Brief Candle In The Dark: My Life in Science."
So Well Spoken
Today at 11:00am
Today, KQED launches "So Well Spoken," a series of one-hour specials tackling issues of race, culture and diversity. Everyone wants to know where they fit, few things make us feel as nomadic as the faultlines of race and culture.
Today at 2:00pm
In multi-lingual Beirut, people may speak Arabic, French and English in the same sentence. Some Lebanese call the mix of languages their mother tongue.
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