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6:00pm

Thu April 16, 2015
Health Matters

Health Matters: Parkinson’s Disease - Repeat Broadcast

Repeat Broadcast - Aired Thursday, April 16 p.m. Dr. Randall Brewer hosted a conversation on Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders. His guests were Dr. Meghan Harris, neurologist with the Highland Clinic, and Dr. Jessica Wilden, Assistant Professor and Director of Stereotactic & Functional Neurosurgery LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport.

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9:00pm

Mon April 13, 2015
Jazz Fest 2014 Live

Jazz Fest 2014 Live! Highlights from the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Airs Monday, April 13, at 9 pm. Joins us for the first of four programs celebrating Jazz from the New Orleans Jazz fest 2014 with a program titled "Sing it for me, Baby," dedicated to Song. Some of the featured artists and works are:

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12:00pm

Mon April 13, 2015
Cultural, Community, Information

San Francisco Symphony

Below are past concert performance by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

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11:00am

Mon April 13, 2015
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 2014-15

Airs Monday, April 13, at 11 a.m. This week we conclude the 2014-15 season of concerts from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts “Don Juan” and the Suite from Der Rosenkavalier.  Plus, you’ll hear the Elektra Symphonic Rhapsody – music conceived by Manfred Honeck and arranged by Czech Composer Thomas Ille. It’s the final concert from Pittsburgh Symphony Radio hosted by Jim Cunningham.

6:00pm

Sun April 12, 2015
Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates: The U.S. Should Adopt the Right to be Forgotten Online?

Airs Sunday, April 12, at 6 p.m. In 2014, the European Union’s Court of Justice determined that individuals have a right to be forgotten, “the right—under certain conditions—to ask search engines to remove links with personal information about them.” Largely seen as a victory in Europe, in the U.S., the reaction has been overwhelmingly negative. Was this ruling a blow to free speech and public information, or a win for privacy and human dignity? The debaters are Paul Nemitz, Andrew McLaughlin, Eric Posner, and Jonathan Zittrain.

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