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Singer-songwriter Carole King is the talent behind some of the most popular songs ever written including "You've Got a Friend" and "Natural Woman." Now she has written a memoir.
Local Anchor: Christina Shockley
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The Diane Rehm Show
10a-Ben Bernanke weighs in on March employment numbers: how rising corporate profits and smaller-than-expected domestic job growth affect the overall economic outlook.
11a-World renowned pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy talks about life as an artist in the former Soviet Union and how he made his way to the West.
The only knuckle-ball pitcher in the major leagues joins today's show. He talks about his rare trade.
Here and Now
Tensions between the US and Iran are at a high point, but mountaineers from both countries are scaling heights together peaceably.
Local Anchor: Mike Perini
Talk of the Nation
2p-The peace plan for Syria all but collapsed. What's next?
3p-This hour looks at the public and private lives of school teachers and where the line should be drawn.
All Things Considered
Robert Siegel, Audie Cornish, Melissa Block
The latest news, including analysis and commentary.
Local Anchor: Jenn White
Marketplace View Playlist
Doctors and the secret language of insurance companies are the focus of today's show, as well as today's business news.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is running for re-election and even though his health is in question, he's leading in the presidential polls. Today's show looks at his opponents.
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When two French photographers trekked to the northeast corner of Afghanistan last year, they found a part of the country that isn't mentioned in the news. They recount what they found.
Do North, Central and South America still hold together? Today's show reviews this weekend's big summit of the Americas in Colombia.
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