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This American Life
Today at 12:00pm
Gladiators in the Colosseum. Sideshow performers. Reality television. We've always loved to gawk at the misery or majesty of others. What's it like when the tables are turned and all eyes are on you?
Today at 2:00pm
It's All Relative: Einstein's Theory Turns 100 -- As Einstein's groundbreaking theory of relativity turns 100, Innovation Hub takes a look at the preeminent genius of the 20th Century.
Living on Earth
Today at 4:00pm
Pesticides and herbicides control pests and weeds, but new analysis suggests they also pose a significant threat to the health of young children.
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The California Report
- California Republicans Bemoan Kevin McCarthy's Withdrawal From Speaker Race
- How California Industries Could Fare Under New Pacific Trade Deal
- Central Valley High School Stands by 'Redskins' Mascot, Ban Still on Brown's Desk
- Why One Town Missed its Water-Saving Goal: It's the Chicken