|6:00 am||On Being|
Hosted by: Krista Tippett
Krista Tippett talks with social researcher Bren Brown.
Her work on vulnerability and courage shook the perfectionistic ground beneath her feet. Now what she's learned is persuading millions to reconsider the way
they succeed and fail, parent, and navigate relations with the opposite sex. It might have that effect on you, too.
|7:00 am||Living on Earth|
Hosted by: Steve Curwood
Methane's over 20 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. New research shows that undersea methane's now escaping twice as fast from the arctic as scientists thought, threatening runaway warming. Also, as the coal industry pushes to build an export terminal on the Pacific coast, the rights and heritage of Native Americans stand in the way.
|8:00 am||Weekend Edition (Sunday)|
|10:00 am||In Tune Sunday Morning with Sara Willis|
Hosted by: Sara Willis
|12:00 pm||A Prairie Home Companion|
Hosted by: Garrison Keillor
LISTEN TO THE SKIES
Garrison Keillor heads to Gotham and The Town Hall
|2:00 pm||Vinyl Cafe|
Hosted by: Stuart McLean
"Dinner at Tommy's"
This year Stuart McLean and The Vinyl Cafe are spending Christmas with the neighbors: this week's Christmas concert is being broadcast from the USA--Seattle, Washington. Dave and the family are also spending Christmas away and will spend Christmas dinner at Stephanie's boyfriend's house. And, as it turns out, Tommy's father is just as inexperienced at cooking a turkey as Dave.
|3:00 pm||Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me|
Hosted by: Peter Sagal
|4:00 pm||Marketplace Money|
Hosted by: Tess Vigeland
|5:00 pm||All Things Considered|
|6:00 pm||This American Life|
Hosted by: Ira Glass
"Unconditional Love" Ben was 12 years old, and severely autistic. His parents, Karen and Dave, could no longer control him. He'd throw himself against glass doors; he'd go to the bathroom in the car. His parents were covered with bruises from his attacks. They loved their son, and they'd do anything to help him. But what if that meant not living with him anymore? The perils of unconditional love...
|7:00 pm||The Moth Radio Hour|
"Hand Transplant, DNA and a Backwards Heart"
A special live edition of The Moth's collaboration with The World Science Festival. An astrophysicist discovers wild parallels in her research and romantic life; a surgeon details his involvement in one of the world's first-ever hand transplants; and a geneticist is called to testify in a murder case and lays the groundwork for DNA fingerprinting as forensic evidence.
|8:00 pm||Snap Judgment|
Hosted by: Glynn Washington
"Snap Judgment LIVE! in LA." People have been calling me crying saying "how could they have missed snap Judgment Live? Well, not to worry… because on the next snap judgment we save you the very best seat in the house.
|9:00 pm||Jazz Tonight with Rich Tozier|
Hosted by: Rich Tozier
Earlier On MPBC
|12:00 am||Music From the Hearts of Space|
Hosted by: Stephen Hill
Ambient chamber music for the season of light.
|1:00 am||BBC World Service|