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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. July 10, 1-2 p.m.
9:41 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Alex's Wake

Martin Goldsmith retraces the steps of his grandfather and uncle from their native Germany to their fateful trip aboard a ship full of Jewish refugees trying to escape Hitler's onslaught. Goldsmith is well known to NPR listeners as the host for many years of the classical music program Performance Today. He is now host of Sirius XM’s Symphony Hall. Original air date 4/28/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. July 10, 12-1 p.m
9:35 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Raising Children Godless

We take a look at the unique challenges that parents face when trying to raise ethical and moral children in a non-religious household. Our guests: Deborah Mitchell, a North Texas mother of two, whose first book, "Growing Up Godless: A Parenting Guide to Raising Kids Without Religion," talks about what it's like raising children as an atheist, and Dale McGowan, a writer and atheist who was named the 2008 Harvard Humanist of the Year for his work in nonreligious parenting. Original air date 6/3/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Wed. July 9, 1-2 p.m.
9:32 am
Tue July 8, 2014

A Farm Dies Once a Year

At 31, and unsure of what to do with his career, Arlo Crawford moved back to his childhood home on a vegetable farm in rural Pennsylvania. In "A Farm Dies Once a Year," Crawford beautifully chronicles the story of his family's farm, its many ups and downs, and his complicated relationship with farm life. Original air date 5/8/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Wed. July 9, 12-1 p.m.
9:29 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Inside the Teenage Brain

Psychiatrist and author Daniel Siegel talks about the teenage brain, how it develops, how it works -- and how parents and their children can make the most of an important period of growth, change and experimentation. Siegel is the best-selling author of "Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain." Original air date 5/28/14

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Headlines
9:06 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Election Results, APG Team Destroys Syria’s Chemical Weapons, & MD Senators Talk Water Projects

Credit crazysanman history via flickr

It’s been two weeks since Maryland’s primary election, and yesterday, local election officials formally finished counting all the absentee, provisional, and military ballots. A team from Aberdeen Proving Ground has begun destroying Syria’s chemical weapons. Maryland’s two US Senators were in Baltimore yesterday, to talk about water infrastructure projects. Plus: the corruption investigation at the Baltimore City Detention Center, casino revenues, dog parks, the “Battle of the Beltways,” and more.

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Radio Kitchen #1241
5:30 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Baltimore Chef's Table

  July 8, 2014 - Radio Kitchen - Baltimore Chef's Table    

In case you might not have noticed, Baltimore is developing quite a reputation as a town with some mighty good chefs.  And to prove the point a number of books have appeared lately featuring our talented cooks.  And we are very proud to see that you have made it into one of the newest books featuring the local team.
 

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The Morning Economic Report
5:30 am
Tue July 8, 2014

Student Debt and the Housing Market - 7/8/14

Yesterday, we focused on data indicating that America’s student debt crisis is overblown.  Today, we look at trends that suggest the opposite.  Nowhere does the student debt issue in American appear to have as much impact as in the housing market.  Homeownership among Americans under age 35 hit its lowest level on record earlier this year just as indebtedness among college graduates attained a new high according to the Wall Street Journal.  College students who took out loans will graduate this year with an average of $33,000 in student debt, up 32 percent since 2007 in real terms.  Debt among graduate students is also up sharply. 

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A Blue View
11:44 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

More Than Meets the Eye - 7/8/14

Take a walk on your local shoreline and you might be lucky enough to spot a blue heron fishing for its next meal or sand crabs disappearing back into the sand after being exposed by a crashing wave.  But while these creatures might be the ones to catch your attention, many of our watershed’s more overlooked inhabitants are playing an equally critical role in maintaining this complex ecosystem.

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The Nature of Things
11:35 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

Chesapeake Bay Fishing

Fish ranging from small minnows to striped bass several feet long can be found in our listening area. 

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ClearPath - Your Roadmap To Health & Wealth
11:25 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

Gen X Retirement

The Challenges of Retirement for Generation X.

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