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This American Life
Today at 12:00pm
Repeats at 9:00pm
Home movies are often all the same—kids on the beach, people getting married, birthday parties—so why do we make and watch so many of them? Maybe it's because the story they show and the story they tell are different.
Today at 3:00pm
Repeats at 1:00am
Handwriting: Is it an essential part of who we are and how we think — or a technology that served its purpose until something better came along? Plus, hear about a famous economics essay written in the voice of a pencil.
Today at 4:00pm
For the past two years, Reveal reporter Trey Bundy has been uncovering how the Jehovah’s Witnesses hide sexual abuse in their congregations – in fact, it’s official policy. The religion's leaders have been going to extreme lengths to keep the details from public view.
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