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April 19, 2014
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Radiolab


Dive into deep thoughts and conversation over those difficult topics, which everyone thinks about, but no one dares to share. Radiolab gets down to the point and real as co-hosts Jad Abmrad & Robert Krulwich discuss touchy topics such as "life" and "mortality."



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Visit a simpler time as Garrison Keillor and friends take listeners on a weekly journey to Lake Wobegon, Minnesota with music, comedy, and the host's beloved monologue.

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Classical Music with Sylvia Docking

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Classical Music
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Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 (Boston Baroque)


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Niccolo Paganini: 24th Caprice (Nicola Hall, guitar)


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Alfredo Catalani: Scherzo (Roma Symphonic Orchestra)


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Antonio Soler: Keyboard Sonata No. 14 (Martina Filjak, piano)


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Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 "Italian" (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)



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Diana Keough
WKSU News Commentator

Diana Keough Diana Keough is a journalist and writer living in Northeast Ohio. She is a regular contributor to the Plain Dealer and WKSU, and a contributing editor to Living Without, a national healthcare magazine. Her work has also appeared in Christian Science Monitor, Reader’s Digest, Welcome Home, and Northern Ohio LIVE. She is also a popular conference speaker.


9-11

With the second anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania, Commentator Diana Keough says she saw no need to commemorate the day, until she came across an old e-mail.

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Christmas Decorations

The Christmas holidays involve many family traditions, some shared by many people, and some that are peculiar to our own families. These traditions are meant to continue—a lesson commentator Diana Keough almost forgot this year.

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Death and Dying

A public TV special on death and dying reminds Diana Keough of her own experience with end-of-life issues.

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Death Penalty

Commentator Diana Keough used to be a staunch supporter of the death penalty, until she met her first death row inmate...and the issue went from being political to personal...

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Differential Treatment

Commentator Diana Keough learns that blacks are treated differently in her town.

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Episcopal Schism

The election of an openly homosexual bishop in the Episcopal Church has created a split.

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Healing At Thanksgiving

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, commentator Diana Keough wonders why so many people seem to look past it already, towards Christmas...

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Heart Surgery

Heart surgery on children is one of the most difficult medical procedures to perform, and a recent book by Cleveland author Micheal Ruhlman suggests the abilities of doctors can vary widely—but parents rarely know.

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Landis

A recent study of Cleveland teenagers suggests parents who are willing to negotiate rules and curfews with their teens are inviting trouble.

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Mother’s Day

For those who have lost their mothers, Mother’s Day can be a time of sorrow...but it can also be a time of discovery.

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Pregnancy

Commentator Diana Keough on a friend who is forced to make a difficult decision during her pregnancy.

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Racial Reconciliation: Part One

Commentator Diana Keough describes a church in Hudson working towards racial reconciliation.

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Racial Reconciliation: Part Two

Commentator Diana Keough has discovered that reconciliation of the races takes more than just “being polite.”

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Roe V. Wade

Today marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. Amid all the news coverage, a significant group has been forgotten.

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Stopping Teen Sex: Part One

Sexual activity among teenagers is starting at a younger age, and many parents want to ignore the situation (report deals with adult material).

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Stopping Teen Sex: Part Two

The Bush administration has poured 73 million into special projects to support abstinence programs. Experts are watching one NE Ohio program, to see if teaching abstinence to teens has any effect.

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Terry Schiavo

A brain-damaged woman at the center of a right-to-die dispute was put back in a hospice on a feeding tube, after Florida Governor Jeb Bush signed a new law ordering her to be fed again.

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Thanksgiving Day Feast

Preparing for the Thanksgiving Day feast can be as much an adventure as the feast itself—especially if it involves a family trip to the grocer.

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Wellness Program Cutbacks

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health established wellness programs to fight teen pregnancy in 1997, but recent cutbacks in government funding are threatening the future of these programs.

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Your Kids Use Drugs

Drug and alcohol abuse among teenagers is increasing in affluent communities, but commentator Diana Keough says parents are refusing to admit there is a problem, and in some cases are facilitating the abuse.

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