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12:00 amPRX Remix
Roman Mars is your guide for this compilation of the best from the Public Radio Exchange, unique. Remix sounds like the best of public radio on shuffle with smart, creative spoken-word programs, amazing podcasts, cool ideas, fascinating interviews, found tape, and intriguing sounds.
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6:00 amHumankind
hosted by David Freudberg
Stories of remarkable people whose dedication helps to humanize our society, hosted by David Freudberg.
6:30 amTUC Radio
hosted by Maria Gilardin
"Shut Down Nuclear Power Plants" Highlights from the Coalition Rally against Nuclear Power held in Washington, DC, Spring 1979, and featuring Bella Abzug, John Gofman, Helen Caldicott, Ralph Nader - and more. (part 1 of 2)
7:00 amNew Dimensions
"True Transformation Is An Inside Job" with Isha Judd.
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8:00 amTo The Best of Our Knowledge
8am: "The Voice" - An exploration of the history of the vocoder, from World War Two to hip hop; plus, the distinctive voice of legendary talk show host, Dick Cavett; 9am: "Novel Novels"
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10:00 amPhilosophy Talk
hosted by Ken Taylor & John Perry
"Hypocrisy" - John and Ken try to practice what they preach with Lawrence Quill from San Jose State University, author of "Secrecy and Democracy."
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11:00 amWork with Marty Nemko
Marty offers three-minute Workovers on callers interspersed with his favorite new career tips: 415 841-4134.
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12:00 pmHarry Shearer's Le Show
A comedic and sardonic look at today's headlines.
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1:00 pmThis American Life
"Long Shot" - Stories of people betting on something with very bad odds, mostly because they have no other choice.
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2:00 pmSound Opinions
hosted by Jim DeRogatis & Greg Kot
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot review new releases for their Summer Record Review Roundup.
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3:00 pmSnap Judgment
Glynn Washington
Host Glynn Washington explores decisions that define lives, taking listeners on an addictive narrative that walks a mile in someone else's shoes.
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4:00 pmBullseye
Jesse Thorn
With a keen editorial eye, Bullseye sifts the wheat from the chaff, and brings you hot culture picks, in-depth interviews with the most revered and revolutionary creative people, as well as irreverent original comedy.

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5:00 pmSelected Shorts
"Neighbors" by Julyia Alvarez, read by Joanna Gleason; "Flight Patterns" by Sherman Alexie, read by B.D. Wong.
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6:00 pmNew Letters on the Air
hosted by Angela Elam
Acclaimed fiction writer Jim Shepard, known for his well-researched and historically grounded fiction about obscure topics.
6:30 pmBook Talk
Alan Farley
Host Alan Farley talks with Christopher Buckley about his new satirical novel, "They Eat Puppies, Don't They?".
7:00 pmMinds Over Matter
Match wits with host Dana Rodriguez and panelists on the Bay Area's favorite radio quiz show. Call in to 415 841-4134 with your answers and questions.
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8:00 pmRevolutions Per Minute
hosted by Sarah Cahill
Classical & contemporary music with in-studio guests, commentary, live performances, and occasional sharing of classical vinyl.
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10:00 pmMusic from the Hearts of Space
hosted by Steven Hill
The timeless world of contemplative and ambient music from around the world.
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