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Programming where the "divinity of doubt" and the necessary logic of reason is the measure toward finding truth.
Lectures, music and readings of classical literature designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas that dominate America's Sunday media.
Harpsichord; Rossignolo by Poglietti played by Joyce Har Lindorff.
Poems by Emily Dickinson, Edgar Lee Masters and Bret Harte provided by Libris Vox volunteer readers.
Dr. Kenneth Dowst reads a book review from New World Notes, he is "well into the 3rd decade of exile in central Connecticut."
Today's New Book Network featured author interview: John Lockenour talks with military historian Frank Ellis' "The Damned and the Dead: The Eastern Front through the Eyes of Soviet and Russian Novelists" (University of Kansas Press, 2011)
Lapham's Quarterly Podcast, Historian H. W. Brands talks to LQ editor Aidan Flax-Clark about his new look into the life and career of President Ulysses Grant, the subject of his essay for LQ's Politics issue and of his new book, "The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace."
Parts 14 of 16 of the Libris Vox reading of Sir Winston Churchill's "The River Wars."
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