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September 21, 2014
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Car Talk®


NPR's hilarious, fast-paced call-in program with Boston brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi takes the fear out of car repair and finds the fun in engine failure.



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Classical Music with Mindy Ratner



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Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!®



2:00
The Splendid Table



3:00
TED Radio Hour



4:00
Snap Judgment



What’s On Now?

Car Talk®


NPR's hilarious, fast-paced call-in program with Boston brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi takes the fear out of car repair and finds the fun in engine failure.



Also Playing Now:

 WKSU On Air:
Car Talk
 WKSU Classical:
Classical Music with Mindy Ratner



Later Today On WKSU's News Channel

1:00
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!®



2:00
The Splendid Table



3:00
TED Radio Hour



4:00
Snap Judgment



What’s Playing Now?

Classical Music
With Mindy Ratner

12:01
: Top Score


12:12
Antonio Vivaldi: Flute Concerto No. 3 "Il gardellino" ("Goldfinch") (La Grande Ecurie/Chambre du Roy)


12:23
Johannes Brahms: Double Concerto (Vienna Philharmonic)



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Car Talk
 WKSU News:
Car Talk



Later Today On WKSU's Classical Channel

1:00
Classical Music with Lynne Warfel



7:00
Classical Music with Valerie Kahler



8:00
In Performance

The best in live classical music performances from around Northeast Ohio, produced by WKSU.

10:00
Classical Music with Sylvia Docking

Enjoy the best classical music with host Sylvia Docking.

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WKSU News Series
National history, personal narratives Reconciling past and present Town and gown tension Inspiration flows from traedgy KSU holds nearly two dozen May 4th memorial events Questions remain A legacy of peace New evidence in Kent State cold case Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation comes to Kent College Of Nursing DOJ refuses to re-open 1970 Kent State shooting investigation Dean Kahler: visitors' Center helps him move past May  4, 1970


Questions remain
1970: A year when America was polarized on many levels
Kent State shootings illustrate the animosity of the time
Forty years ago this week, the nation was shocked when Ohio National Guard troops opened fire on students at Kent State University. It was called "the day the war came home" and it marked a turning point in the nation's history. WKSU's Mark Urycki reports the shootings illustrated that the country was at war with itself




Senior Reporter
Mark Urycki

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