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May 20, 2013
Missouri Legislature- Segment A
A discussion about what was and wasn't accomplished in the 2013 session of the Missouri Legislature.
May 21, 2013
Hereditary Cancer- Segment A
A discussion about using genetic counseling to guide the decision to take surgical measures to prevent cancer.
Dangers in Youth Sports- Segment B
A discussion about dangers facing participants in youth sporting activities and how they can be prevented.
May 22, 2013
Corporate Responsibility- Segment A
A discussion about corporate responsibility including representatives of local companies.
Summer Jobs For At-Risk Youth- Segment B
A discussion about a new pilot program which seeks to provide summer jobs to at-risk youth in St. Louis.
May 23, 2013
Legal Roundtable- Segment A
A discussion about current issues pertaining to the law with a panel of legal experts.
May 24, 2013
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis- Segment A
A discussion about Shakespeare Festival St. Louis' 2013 production of "Twelfth Night."
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis- Segment B
A discussion about the opening productions in Opera Theatre of Saint Louis' 2013 season.
The Wiz at The Black Rep- Segment C
A discussion about the Black Rep's production of "The Wiz."
Jazz Unlimited host Dennis Owsley wrote the book, City of Gabriels: The History of Jazz in St. Louis, 1845-1973. Hear him talk about the book in his appearance on St. Louis on the Air.
Dennis Owsley hosts three hours of jazz each Sunday night from 9 to midnight. Get the playlist and listen to the show, and find out what's coming up next week on our Jazz Unlimited page.
National Program Highlights
The acclaimed director examines the five-year relationship between Liberace and his young lover. A new box set of Vaughan's music shows her range. In What Maisie Knew, Moore plays a troubled rock star who might initially seem like a rotten person, but Moore's performance humanizes the character.
Two New Stories With A New-Wave Vibe
The Truffaut borrowings are explicit in Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha, while Richard Linklater's Before Midnight takes its cues from Eric Rohmer's gentle but expansive talkfests. In both films, conversation is a centerpiece as characters navigate relationships.