KQED Public Radio Highlights
Today at 1:00pm
We all laugh, but why? If you look closely, you'll find that humor has very little to do with it. Radiolab asks what makes us laugh, and how it affects us.
PBS NewsHour Weekend
Today at 3:30pm
Although recreational use of marijuana has been legal in the state of Colorado for nine months, some people are still choosing to buy it on the black market.
The Commonwealth Club: LGBT Journeys
Today at 2:00pm
James Hormel joins the show to discuss U.S. social history since 1945 to see how LGBTQ Americans have progressed from exclusion to inclusion.
Moyers & Company
Today at 3:00pm
As world leaders converge for the UN's global summit on climate and thousands gather in New York for the People's Climate March, Bill Moyers talks to 18-year-old Oregonian Kelsey Juliana. She's walking across America to draw attention to global warming.
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