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Friday June 26, 2015

12:00 pm: Here and Now

1:00 pm: City Arts and Lectures
Gary Snyder, poet
Poet Gary Synder has been a Zen monk, a homesteader in the Sierra Nevada foothills, a translator of Chinese poetry, a logger, a painter, and a teacher at the UC Davis. One of the few remaining members of the illustrious Beat Generation, Snyder has written twenty books of poems. Now, at age 85, Snyder reflects on life and old age, with a new poetry collection, “This Present Moment.”

Monday June 29, 2015

12:00 pm: Maine Calling
Augusta Update
The latest news out of Augusta and the current legislative session.

1:00 pm: World Affairs
Elisa Massimino
Human Rights First President and CEO Elisa Massimino discusses how the rise of extremism is making it more difficult for Europe to address the growing migration crisis.


Tuesday June 30, 2015

12:00 pm: Maine Calling
Jamie & John Talk Cars
The latest news out of Detroit, Japan, Germany, Korea, and wherever else cars are made.

1:00pm: Commonwealth Club of California
Charles Murray
Social scientist and author Charles Murray says we can no longer hope to roll back the power of the federal government through the normal political process. In his view the Constitution is broken, and the legislative process has become systemically corrupt no matter which party is in control. Murray feels that rebuilding can be done by the American people, using America’s unique civil society to put government back in its box.

Wednesday July 1, 2015

12:00 pm: Maine Calling
NASA
The latest news on NASA missions.

1:00 pm: World Affairs
Dr. Jim Yong Kim
Dr. Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank Group, discusses global poverty.

Thursday July 2, 2015

12:00 pm: Maine Calling
Storytelling in Maine
Our annual show on storytelling in Maine. Just what does it take to tell a good yarn?

1:00 pm: TBD


Friday July 3, 2015

12:00 pm: Here and Now

1:00 pm: TBD

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