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Tonight at 9:00pm
Airfare Watchdog's George Hobica talks about how to get in on the best airfare deals, from advertised rates, to secret sales, to blooper fares.
To the Best of Our Knowledge
Tonight at 8:00pm
Do you love books? Not just reading, but the physical book -- the book as an object. Maybe that's why we line them on shelves like totems. Perhaps it's why we pile them next to our beds in some hope that their magic will enter our dreams.
On the Media
Today at 2:00pm
While bystander cellphone videos can shed light on police misconduct, the right to film the cops is not always guaranteed. The show speaks with Jeff Hermes, lawyer and deputy director of the Media Law Resource Center, about the legal grey areas of our right to record.
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