KQED Public Radio Highlights
Today at 10:00am
Recent news events such as this week's brutal killing of a British soldier in London or the Boston Marathon bombings have renewed a debate that has simmered since 9-11: What qualifies as terrorism?
The Commonwealth Club
Tonight at 8:00pm
Repeats at 2am
Congressman Barney Frank speaks with Scott Shafer about his decades of political life, ideas about current economic realities, and ambitions for the future.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 7pm
Look back on an interview with The Doors co-founder and keyboardist Ray Manzarek, who died on Monday.
Today at 8:33am
Suzie Racho and David Wiegand scout the Bay Area for things to do this weekend, and come up with a superhero turning 75 and a sideman stepping into the spotlight.
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NPR Hourly News
- USGS Seeking New Homes for Earthquake Sensors in East Bay Hills
- San Jose District, Teachers Agree to Contract: New Teacher Rating System
- News Pix: Bay Bridge Gets a White Coat, Ocean Beach Makeover and 50 Years of Maurice Sendak
- BART Votes to End Rush-Hour Ban on Bikes
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