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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Music From The Show

Arms of Tripoli, “Dream in Tongues”
David Gray, “Gulls”
Bonobo, “Recurring”
David Gray, “You’re The World To Me”
Tortoise, “Restless Water”
The Watermark High, “Maybe Tomorrow Everything Will Be Ok”
David Gray, “Alibi”

Ben Jordan, “Leaving Earth”
Animal Collective, “The New Town Burnout”
The Mermen, “With No Definitive Future and No Purpose”
Folk Implosion, “Insinuation”
The Real Tuesday, “Last Words”
Fugazi, “The Argument”
Pacific Air, “Move”
The XX, “Intro”
Atlas Sound, “Te Amo”
Debruit, “Nigeria What?”


Robin and Jeremy

Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.

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After Malaysia Airlines Crash, A Closer Look At Planning Flight Paths

Retired pilot John Ransom discusses how to factor in war zones, and how the decision is made to close an airspace.

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Boxing Attracts More Than Would-Be Fighters

At the Ring Boxing Club, boxers range in age, are both men and women, and include an award-winning author.

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Why Hot Cars Are So Deadly

An average of 38 kids die in a hot car every year in the U.S. We look at the science of why cars get so hot so fast, and why children are more vulnerable.